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: There ' was . a further pronounced - decline In
Silver -and -Sterling' Exchange yesterday.. Do.
mestic. Exchange remained the same: ¦-¦* -;
* - The "America Mura' took ' out ' for 5 Hongkong '~'&
treasure list ' of $10,211.': consisting; of $4546 : In
Mexican* dollars,', $5015 in gold coin, and $050 In
gold^dust.^ ;, ; , ¦'"'-¦..'_¦:"¦ ¦'...*..,'. "¦ ". ' :;v/.
Sterling! Exchange, 60 ' .'days I. .*... — - $4 ! 80H
Sterling Exchange,- sight... ....... ( -_^ 4 si'.j.
Exchange and Bullion.
COFFEE— Spot Rio, steady ; i No. 7 invoice
6Hc: mild," firm.' The ; market for coffee'fu
tures closed • weak at a net decline of , 6®15
¦ WHEAT— Receipts.- 38,025: bushels. Snot'
weak; No. 2 red, 84%c elevator; No 2 red'
85%c f. o. b. afloat; Northern Dulutb!
S7^c f o. b afloat; 1 : No. 1 ha r d Manitoba
nominal, f. o. b. afloat. Options developed furl
ther. severe weakness under the liquidation af
ter.-: a : heavy Northwest movement,- a : big In
crease in the , world's stock of receipts for ' the
i^. C i6c. JU c^sed C1^ 78%C: nt^i^M
• • HOPS— Steady. . -;
HIDES— Steady.
WOOL— Firm.".-
PETROLEUM— Firm. ¦
NEW YORK, NOV. . 10— FLOUR— Receipts
36.100 barrels. Easier and lower.
New York Grain and Produce.
¦ There were large receipts of Butter again
yesterday,'; but the ; best ", creameries 'ruled ; firm
and brought full figures without difficulty. 1 The
medium J arid ¦> lower, grades 1 continued • to ¦ drag
more ¦ or less. ¦ The general ; demand i was .good
and i the j market ¦ continued . to absorb :- ¦ the - ar
rivals 3 very •: well. ' ¦ The ¦ retailers - continue s to
take 1 fine ! cubes out of cold storage- In prefer
ence "to, second 'creamery. ¦> '; ' ¦* . *'¦„''
' Prices 'for Cheese 'remain as. before, but-; the
market- is: weak,'? with ;the Shelves ¦ well ; loaded
withstock which dealers, find hard- to work oft.
s Eggs ; are • doing.-. better 3 again ¦ and : fine . ranch
have moved 7 up • a .-• cent. , The demand - shows
considerable i improvement and ; the "dally re
ceipts .which are '• not heavy, are readily ¦ »b
*°Recelpts were 44.100, lbs Butter,. 657 cases
Eggs and 4700 lbs Cheese.^ ' - ':' '
-, BUTTER— Creamery. ":31®32c for ; extras and
26@'29o. for; seconds;' dairy. ,21®25c; ; store "But
ter. J -17%iai9c:.cold:Storage,\,24@26c; ' Eastern,
23{i2oc per.lb. *°- ' r^r '.' ' •¦"¦• ' ¦ ; :
¦i-y CHEESE— 12®12%c for. the * general >¦ market.
[email protected] select mild new and ll®ll#ct for
lower grades : • Young Americas. ¦ 13 V6@14c : . East
ern. 1 15%®16%c; ¦ Western,', 14@15c < per lb. T > < --A
1 KGGS — Ranch.' ' HS-ilc ; for .: choice • aad - 3ia
Butter, Cheese and' Eggs.
New York Stock Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 10.— Railroad stocks
were more affected to-day in sympathy with
the recent weakness of United States Steel
than at any time during the heavy liquidation
of that stuck. The sharp rebound in prices at
the end of the day gave room for supposition
that much of the selling of railroad stocks was
for short account, and room traders found. the
supply scanty when they attempted to cover
their shorts. The demonstrative way in which
the break In railroad stocks was heralded and
tipped from professional quarters furthered the
suspicion of the professional character «f the
celling. ¦ United States Steel ended to-day un
changed from last night, although it sold at
one time at 49-%. The relaxation of the severe
pressure against this stock seemed to deprive
the bears of some of their war material and
further their disposition to cover. It was gen
erally expected that some further cut in the
prices of eteel would be announced to-day as a
result of meetings among authorities in the
trade and the failure of these announcements
was a relief to. the United States Steel securi
tis. The number of chares of Pennsylvania
dealt in rofce considerably over the number of
United States Steel preferred, but Pennsyl
vania stock is In $50 or half shares. The acute
weakness of this stock, which sold down to
$114 12%. had much to do with the general
weakness developed In the other railroad
stocks. It was reported that a large loan by
a. trust company, in which Pennsylvania stock
figure* to an important extent as collateral
was closed out. The argument waa used with
*ffect that the depression In the Iron and coal
trades would be bound to affect the traffic of
the trunk lines unfavorably and most of all
Pennsylvania.
. The heavy bond and stock issues by eub
sldlary companies recently made, having reached
an aggregate of considerably over $50,000.0<X»
were a factor in the depression of stocks, which
was aggravated by rumors of still further is.
sues. The fact that these issues are pushed
at this time has caused an Impression that ths
authorities making them hold an unhopeful
view of the future of the money market,- be
ing so ready to issue them under the present
by no means very favorable condition ¦ of the
money market. But in this connection it is to
be considered ' that numerous other • require
ments for railroad bond issues still overhang
the market, which it may be good policy to
forestall. • •-:.,
¦ Transfers of currency to the interior to-day
again rose to $500,000. and call money again
loaned in some abundance at 6 per cent. Ster.
ling exchange, however. <• made another • down
ward plunge to a point where foreign bankers
estimated that it will be profitable to Import
British' sovereigns., There were rumors ' cur
lent of Impending imports of several million
dollar; worth, but.no definite announcements
were made. The obvious likelihood of the ru
mors helped the late recovery in the market.
In the late dealings Amalgamated Copper took
th« lead in the advance and closed with a gain
of 2% points. Rumors of strikes In tho Rio
Tintos mines, which - depressed ] that • stock I in
London, ¦ probably . prompted ,. the ¦ advance . in
Amalgamated here in ¦ the same : way that; the
decline in Amalgamated on ' the closing down
of < the ' II ont ana works caused an ' advance ' in
Rio Tintos in ' London. ::¦ The • market closed
dull and barely steady. » V " i^igW'imMMfcaitai
" The bond market was dull and heavy.'.; Total
St. Louis Wool 'Market.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 10. — WOOL— Steady/ Me
dlum.'gradee, 15«m%c; heavy fine, 12@14%c;
tub washed, 20Si:t0c. ¦¦¦=^SSUB£^f£Sii
Northern ¦ Busin ess.
SEATTLE, Nov. ,10.— Clearings, $824,634;
balances. -,$138,723: -
' PORTLAND. Nov. 10.— Clearings, $769,047;
balances, $50,782. V . • . . .
TACOMA. Nov.: lO.-^learinga, $660,061; bal
ances, $5«. 825. - _ ¦
-¦¦ SPOKANE. Nov. 10.— Clearings.
balances, $78,150., , :
Northern] Wheat .; Market.
• OREGON.
PORTLAND. Nov." 10.— Wheat— Walla Wal
la.'. 73c;iBluestem.^77c;' Valley. 7Sc.:: .
. : WASHINGTON.
• TACOMA- NovJ" ; 10.— Wheat— l@2c lower.
Bluestem, •¦ 79®S0c;' Club. [email protected] .. . ; .=-i* v __'¦
• BOSTON, Nov. '.10. -'-The . demand' for wool
continued ¦ quiet this week. • Purchasers con
fined their dealings to such lots as manufac
turers are forced to have to keep their machin
ery employed. Values " aa ", a whole have held
about . steady. Quotations: Territory — Idaho
fine, 14@15c; fine medium, 16igl7c; -medium,
18019c; Wyoming fine, 14@15c; fine medium.
]6@17c; : medium, 17^4@10c;. Utah and Nevada
fine, 15@16c; fine medium. :17@17%c; medium,
13«J20c; Montana fine : choice, 19®20o;. fine me
dium choice,' 19@20c; : staple, 2O@21c; medium
choice, 21c. • ," ; ' .
Boston Wool Market.
— Live Turkeys,' 17@19c per lb for
"young. and,'14@10c .• for. old; .„¦ Geese, per pair
$1 ,75^2; Goslings, $2@2 25; Ducks. $4@5 per
dozen for old and.$5@6 for young; Hens, $4 50
@5 50: for: small and $5 5086 50 for large;
young Roosters, $5 50<S6: old Roosters, $i 50
i^5;; Fryers, $4 50<g5 50;- Broilers,- $3 60@4 for
large and , $303 50 ¦¦ < for . ' small : . -- Pigeons, $l@
1.25 per dozen for old 'and* $202 25 for^ Squabs.
GAME- Mallard Ducks," $t 50®6 per dozen;
Canvasback, $407; Sprig,; $404 50; Teal, $1^50
tff2; WldBeon. $1 50@2; small . Dueke. : $1- 50;
Gray Geese, $3^3 50; White Geese, $102;
Brant. $1 ', 60 f or small and :.; $2 50' for large;
Kngllsh ¦*' Snipe.' '-$3; ¦; common *• .Snipe; $1,75;
Wild Doves, $1 25; Rabbits. $1 ,75 fo» Cotton
tails and $1 25 for Brush ;, Hare, '$125@1 50.
Two more cars of Western Poultry -were on
pale, : ; making four for the week.;.- Offerings of
Western 'Were rather uoor. and-- there- was a
better . demand ' for fancy local stock.- Young
Roosters and Fryers were • quoted ' higher, and
occasional -- sales . of ' large' fat stock ' were re
ported • above the quotations. aaSBWiflBggl^SS^
. . : Live Turkeys . were plentiful and easier. '¦ : A
few ; cases ¦ at dressed , came in and met with
prompt sale at 24c ; per- lb. * .: ..¦"-* -- : .-•¦-• .
Receipts of Game were unusually heavy and.
with the exception of Sprig, ¦ all descriptions of
Wild' Ducks ¦ were quoted lower. ' The demand,
however.'.was.steady at the reduced prices and
everything cleaned, up ..well..;
Poultry and Garnc.
NEW YORK. Nov. 10.— The cotton market
closed firm, 10 points higher.
New York Cotton Market.
.- MISCELLANEOUS BONDS. . '-"sL-U
Ala AW 5«: — — - Do 5s .... — lOBiJ
Bay CPC58. — 103% Do con 5s. — 104.
Cal CG 68.-104% — O W C g 5*. — . 10O
Cal C & E g ' Oceanic 8 Ss. 73 79
m & ct 5s. — 1O2T5 Ora C R 6s. .120 —
Cal-st 5s ...,— — Pac B Im 4a — 07
C C Wat 6s. — 100% P E Ry* 5s. 106*4108
E L& P 69.120 — P &C H 6a. — . —
F & C H 6*. -— 117 P fc O R 68.116X4120
Geary-st 5s.. 45 90 Powell-st 6s.ll3U —
H C&S 5%».1O1 — S E GAR 5s. — 101
H C & SS 5s. OS 100 SF & SJV'.s.lltiUUT
Hon R T 6s.lO4%10« S R of V 6a.U2H —
L A Elec 5s.l01VilO5% S P of A 6s
L A Ry 68.112^114 (19O9),....107%10SH
LA L Co 6«. — ;.—. '<l»10> 108% —
Do gtd 6s. — — - S P of C 6s
Do gtd 5S.102V410&H <Ifl*i5>Sr A.102UKO
LAP'lcm 5s. — 103 «1905)Sr B.lorsvJitWS
Mkt-st C 6».117% — U»0tS> .....I04m08
Do lem 5s. •— 11» I <1912> 114H —
NRR of CBs-107 1U*H SPC leg 5s.. —
. Do 5s ..\.lUVill5 Do stmpd.106% —
N P CR 5s. — 1U9 S P B R 6a.'— —
NCR5e...-100 — 3 V W «s..l(B!i -
N C P C 5«. — " — • Do 4s 2dm. B.S 80
N S R R 5«. — 98 Do 4* 34m, SO — . ¦ -
O G L H 5s. 107 — Stkn G&E 6s 95 102J4
O T Co 6s... 117 HSVi'U G & E 5s. — 105
WATER STOCKS.
Contra Coeta — ¦ 42 (Port Costa. . — —
MarinCo.... 61,: — . Jt-p V W Co.. 3SH 39U
V UNITED STATES BONDS.
Bid.Ask.f Bid.Ask.
Is qr coup. '..Ill 112 Us qr new ..134%i:»U
4s qr reg ..111. 112 tos qr coup.. 108 100
TUESDAY, Not. 10—2 p. m.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
The Overman Mining Company has levied an
assessment of 10 cents per nhare. delinquent
December 15.
Ex-dlvldend yesterday: Giant Consolidated
Powder Company, regular monthly, 50c per
share." amounting to $10,000; California Wtne
Association, regular monthly. 60c per share,
amounting to $21,023 20; Reed Crude OH Com
pany, 20c per share on the capital stock of
$2,000,000, amounting to $400,0)0. payable No
vember 10. Those who hold the old stock will
have to send - It to the secretary tn order tn
secure .the dividend. On the new baahi of
stock Issue the dividend will be $4 per share.
Sunset OH Company of Tulare has levied an
assessment of 5 cents per share to become de
linquent December 5.
The ell stocks were dull all day.
There was rather more trading on the morn
ing session of the Bond Exchange, though the
market could not be called active. The sugar
and ga* stocks ruled firm. Makaweli Sugar
selling at $22 50®23 and Hawaiian Commercial
at $45 60® 46. Gas and Electric sold up to $«9>.
with the certificates touching the same figure.
Spring Valley Water was weaker at $38 50 and
Giant Powder sold at $65 50.
The afternoon was quiet at practically th«
morning prices, though the advance tn the
sugar stocks seemed to be checked for the mo
ment. \
STOCK MARKET.
Iron closed at 48s Od in Glasgow and at 42s
10^4d In Mlddlesboro. Locally Iron was quiet:
No. 1 foundry Northern, $15(816: No. , 2 foun
dry, $14 25@15; No. 1 foundry Southern and
No. 1 foundry Southern soft, $14@14 25.
NEW YORK. Nov. 10.— Spot tin was 7a 6d
higher in London at £116 2s 6d and futures ad
vanced. 10s to £117 6s. Locally, however, tin
was unchanged and quiet at $23 "M/ 25 50.
Copper was. firm at about Cl higher in Lon
don, where spot cloEed at £59 2s Cd and fu
tures at £58 2s 6d. Locally copper was quiet.
Lake is , quoted at $13 75, electrolytic at
$13 02Vi and casting at $13 50.
• Lead was steady at $4 50 in tho local mar
ket, but declined Is 3d In London to £11 Is 3d.
¦ Spelter declining 5 to 10 points to (5 90 at
New York, remained unchanged at £21 in
London. • • "
Nezv York Metal Market
Flour, qr sks... 7.752 |Feed. sks 24
Wheat, ctls .... 9S0 1 Flaxseed. sks .. K>
Barley ctls ...23,141 j Sugar, ctls 090
Beans 'ska 3.570iH!des. No 1.145
Potatoes, sks ..- 2,240 Pelts. No MS
Onions, sks 6S1 Leather, rolls .. «>
Hay tons 506! Tallow, ctl» ... 211>
Btraw. tons .... K'WIne, ctl 40.33O
Hops, bales .... S Lime, bbls ..... 4<W
Wool, ¦ bales .... 25tf 'Quicksilver, flsks 75
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10.
Receipts of Produce.
POTATOES — Burbanks from the river, 60@
75c per ctl; Salinas Burbanks, $1@1 35 per ctl;
Oregon Burbanks. 75c@$l per ctl; River Reds,
504? W>c p«r ctl ; Sweet Potatoes, $1 25 per ctl:
I ONIONS — H0@ft2%c per ctl for choice and '50
@75c for lower grades. •• ' •
VEGETABLES— Green Peas,:2M@4c per lb;
String Beans. 2@3e per lb: Wax/ 2%<flZc; Lima
Beans. '3%@4%o per lb; Tomatoes, 25<S50o per
box; Summer Squash, 75c per box; Cabbage 60c
per ctl; Carrots, 7. r >c per sack; Cucumbers, 60@
75c per "box; Garlic, 4<g5c per lb; Green Pep
pers, 35<8':>0c per box for. Chile and 50@65c for
Bell: Green Okra, 60®S5c per box; Egg Plant
r>0<800c per box; Marrowfat Squash,' $10@15 per
ton; Hubbard. $15@20. •
The ¦ recent rains and frosts have cut down
the receipts - of nearly all - kinds of - vegetables
and several descriptions are bringing higher
prices. Fresh arrivals of Tomatoes came to
hand too late for the. regular trade and thera
was quite a quantity carried over.: Fancy stock
would have brought- higher prices : during : the
early trade had there been any available. , . Poor
quality offerings of Peas and Beans from Los
Angeles that arrived on the preceding day were
Btlll offering at 75c@$l 25 per sack, but found
few buyers. ' Choice offerings from other sec
tions were in good request at steady rates."
Stocks of fancy Salinas and Oregon Burbanks
were well cleaned up and the market for such
stock vwas steady. Low grade offerings of all
kinds were in free - supply . and ruled .weak at
unsteady, prices. There were no fresh Sweets
received, but carried-over stock was abundant
and sold fairly at the previous quotation. The
market was overloaded with poor Onions, which
were hard to \dlspose of at any price.. Fancy
stock. was in small supply and firm at a sharp
advance. ' . . , ¦ .
Potatoes, Onions and Vegetables.
Dry plowing and seeding begun; no rain, al
though threatening Saturday. Crop* are prac
tically out of the way and rain would be wel
i«me. Ftrft trort Monday morning; - - light
aad caused no damage. - -
Raln» were of inestimable value to growing
crops and gras». F&ll plowing and seeding are
jV-ogTe«sing rapidly; an unusually • large acre
<i£t being »«fn to grain. Condition of stock
If much imr>ro%'ed.
LOS ANGELE8 PUMMARY.
The we*th*T was cool and partly cloudy dur
ing the we*k. R%!n fell in nearly all nectionj.
Ind.ia some places the precipitation was euf
v} ierit to start eras* and .often the .oil for
blowing- crops were not damaged, everything
«£pt Ute grspes »nd apple» being under
|<o£r tWw a lisrht frost in some.sec
tion* this (Monday) rooming/ Farmers are en
caged In plowing and seeding in many places,
f wf more Vs-ln is ne«S*>d before the work be
<^meT^£n?ral Fe*d J. *carce. but will un-
SSSMedfrbSimr plentiful very won. Stock
are in fair condition. •
PAN jOAQUnC VALLEY.
rar"v cloudy weather prevailed during the
tally ovrr. Som* late grape* .are *f ln S «Mp
p«d. but most of them are going to tbeflWT
»«u Ollm are beginning to color and the
rrofpoct* are good for a fair crop. Orange
picking and shipping continue. Summer crop,
are being harvested with good results. Plow
ing and eeeilnp are progrwing. -P""!*?*., 1 ."
*c«r«> but nock ar«> healthy and doing well.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA-
Warm and generally clear weather prevailed
during the week, with heavy fogs In the coast
districts. RaiFln making is nearly completed
tn d moft of the crop is under shelter. >\ Jth
the exception of prun« and apples the decid
uous trult ctcd If all gathered - ' and under
<x>ver. Wine making Is rearing completion.
Walnut harvest continues; tn« yield U reported
good in Ventura County and light In other eec
tions, but the nuU are of excellent quality.
Oranges are in excellent condition, but; ar»
folorlng rather flo\i!y in some districts; • a;
Urge crop l» probabU. Plowing Is progressing
In a. fw place*. Ctlery is ripening, and tne
first full carload for this season from Southern
California started East November 2. 6hip
rnenU' of walnuts are belns made to Eastern
market* in carload lots.
EUREKA SUMMARY.
Cool weather prevailed during the week-
Rain Ml In all sections on the 4th and 7thjin
fome flacks amounting to over one inch. The
rain damaged raielns and late grapes to some
rxtent but was otherwise very beneficial In
starting erase and softening the soil. There
w-aa a light hailstorm at Rosewood on the
4th Oranpe harvest has commenced In the
Oroville district and shipments are in progrew:
the crop ie reported good. Late grapes are still
l*lng fh'.ppea from Eacrcroer-to. The deciduous
Trult crcp is all gathered and under cover.
Manv farmers have commenced plowing and
iw<ll'ng since the rain. Cattle are in fair con
dIU ° n COAST AND BAY SECTIONS.
The temperature Curing the week was nearly
normal, but. cooler weather prevailed at the
close and light {rosts occurred In some sec
tions. Rain fell in nearly all parU of the
State except BouthTti California, and heavy
log« were frequent in the coa*t district.
The rain in tome sections was sufficient to
nart grass and tofu-n the soil for plowing, but
ua* generally too light to be of material bene
fit in the. central end «outhern dietricw. Late
grapes and unprotected raisins were slightly
tl&ma£ed. Grape shipments continue and
wineries are nnif-hinc up the seasons run.
rUifciae and dried fruits are practically all
shelttre-d. Canneries are still in operation in
.-..:?i<- «ectipns. Walnut harvest continues and
a good crcj? is reported in Ventura County;
the nuts are of excellent quality in all districts.
Olive* are in Rood condition. Orange ship
ment* are in progress In the Oroville and Por
lervttle districts, where the yield i* reported
excellent: Southern California oranges are
i-olorlng and prospect* «re good for u. heavy
• mp. Table errepef of superior quality are
jtbundar.t in local markets.
Com ricking and potato digging continue and
fair crops are being harvested. All other
crops are' under cover. Flowing has been re
turned in many places sine* the rain and some
farmers are *ee<llng. but more rain is needed
to make work Krofltable. Feed is scarce, but
cattle are in fair condition.
SACRAMENTO VALLEY. .
The weekly report of A. G. McAdle, section
director of the climate and crop service of the
Weather Bureau, Is as follows:
OENERAL EUMMARY.
The Weather and Crops.
ST. JOSEPH.
ST. JOSEPH. Nov. 10.— CATTLE— Receipts.
2000. Steady. Cows and heifers, $1 50@4 60;
Btockers and feeders, $2 40® 3 80.
HOGS— Receipts. 1 8400. 10@30c lower. Light,
$4 65<g5; medium and heavy, $4 50<85.
SHEEP — Receipts, 1600. Lambs, 2%@5o
higher than last week's close; top, $5 25.
CHICAGO, Nov. 10. — CATTLE — Receipts,
4000, Including 1200 Texans; Western, steady;
good to prime . steers, , $5 25@5 65; poor to me
dium, $3 25®4 75; ntockers and feeders, $1 75
@4 25; cows, $1 25®4 25; heifere, $2@4 50;
canners, $1 25^2 25; bulls, $1 75©4 25; calves,
?2@7 50; Texas fed steers, $2 75@3 50; West
ern steers, *3@4 25.
. HOGS — Receipts to-day. 28,000; to-morrow,
30,000: 15@25c lower: mixed and butchers,
$4 5O@5 05; good to choice heavy, $4 60@4 90;
rough heavy, $4 1CN&4 50; light, $4 50®4 90;
bulk of sales, $4 60<£4 75.
SHEEP— Receipts. 18,000; sheep and lambs,
6tror.g to 15c higher; good to choice wethers,
$3 25@4 25; fair to choice mixed, $2 50@3 25;
Western sheep, $304 15: native lambs, $4@
5 75; Western lambs, $4 25© 5 10.
Chicago Livestock Market.
¦ Numerous narrow changes in Beans appear,
though the market as a whole stands about as
for a week or two past, the demand being light
and the feeling weak. Receipts continue am
ple, but are no longer excessive. -~-~-%
There is nothing new in Seeds.
BEANS— Bayos, $2 15@2 40; Pea, $3@3 25;
Butters. $3; small White. ¦ $2 9003 10; \ large
White, $2 20f 2 50; Pink, $2 15@2 35; Red. $2 90
@3; Lima. $2 7502 95; Red Kidneys. $4 25;
Blackeye, $2'15@2 35 per ctl; Horse Beans,
$1 50©2.
SEEDS— Brown Mustard. $3; Yellow- Mus
tard. $2 75@2 80; Flax. $l'70@l SO; Canary.
[email protected] for Eastern; Alfalfa, . 12@13c; i Rape,
1%<8*2V.c; Timothy. C(g6%c; Hemp, 3&@3%c
per lb; Millet. 3@3%c; Broom Corn Seed, $20®
23 per ton.
DRIED PEAS — Green, $1 80®2 per ctl.
Beans and Seeds.
NEW YOR1C, Nov. 10. — Special cable and
telegraphic rei>orts to Bradstreet's show the
following changes In available supplies as com
pared with last account : ¦ ""-" - .
Wheat — United States and Canada, east of
Rockies, Increased 6,S0«,00O bushels: afloat for
and in Europe, luc«.as«>tl l.eoO, 000 bushels.
Total supply increased 7.048,000 bushels.
Corn— United States and Canada, ' east of
Rockies, increased 607,000 bushels.
Oats — United States and Canada, east of
Rockies, increased 30S.00O bushels.
Available Grain Supply.
Weather Report.
rtSOth Meridian— Pacific Time.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 10, 6 p. tn.
Th» following are the eeasonal rainfall* to
date as compared with those of same date last
season, and rainfall In last 24 houra;
~~ Last This Last
Stations— 24 hour*. Reason. reason.
Eureka Trace 6.08 8.40
Red Bluff CK> 1.84 ».<H
Facramento «« .70 3.31
fs&n Francisco VO -72 3.28
Fresno O0 .08 2.43
Independence 00 Trace .3»
San Luis Obispo 00 .00 3.20
>Lcs Angles 00 .43 2.34
Baa Diego 00 .OS l.&t
THE COAST RECORD.
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STATIONS. | 1 1 || g§ |- |
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Baker 50.04 34 IS S\V Cloudy ?00
Carsor. 30 00 50 14 W Cloudy Tr.
Eureka 30.14 50 40 S Cloudy Tr.
FaraUon 50.20 56 52 NW Clear .00
Fresno SO. 02 «0 34 N*W Clear .00
Flagstaff 23.78 62 34 Nff Clear .00
Inder< ndence .29.92 «2 34 SE Cloudy .00
l>s Angeles... TJ.iXi 70 50 S\V Clear .00
Mt. TamalpaisSO.iO 48 38 NW It Cldy .00
North Head...^9.S«J 42 38 SE Kain .30
Phoenix 2y.53 74 46 AY Cloar .0i)
Pocatello 30.10 30 20 SW Cloudy .02
Portland 2».06 44 38 8E Rain .26
Point Reye5. ..30.14 54 48 NW Cloudy .00
Red Bluff 30.14 56 38 N Cloudy .00
Roseburgr 29.96 44 34 EE Rain .10
Eacramento ..30.16 60 52 NE Pt Cldy .00
Salt Lake 30.10 34 26 BE Clear .42
6an Francisco.3o.22 «0 50 W Pt CTdy .00
fi. L. Obispo... W. 12 6S 54 N Clear .00
Fan Diego 20.91 C 6 54 SW Clear .00
Seattle 29.94 40 34 BE Rain .34
Spokane 29.96 38 30 8 Cloudy .00
Tatoosb 2H.SO 40 34 SE Rain .14
Walla Wa11a.. 30.«»0 44 34 8 Cloudy Tr.
Winnemucca .30.06 40 24 W Cloudy Tr.
Yuma 30.b4 80 44 W Clear .00
WEATHER CONDITIONS AITO GENERAL
FORECAST.
Another storm ha« made Its appearance on
the Washington coast and may move south
ward racidly. Southeast storm •warnings are
displayed at Eureka.
There ha* been a decided fall la temperature
over the lntermountain region. At Salt Lake
tnero has been a fall of 22 decrees. Light
snow has fallen in the Rocky Mountain re
gion.
The following high -winds are reported: Point
Reyee, CO miies per hour, from the northwest;
Mount Tamalpais, 50 miles, northweet; South
east Farallon, 48 miles, northwest; Pocatello,
26 miles, southwest.
Forecast made at San Francisco for 30 hours
endim? midnight November 11:
Northern California — Cloudy. unsettled
weather Wednesday, with rain in northern por
tion; fresh southeast winds, high off shore.
Southern California — Cloudy Wednesday;
fresh Koutheact winds.
Nevada — Cloudy; warmer Wednesday.
San Francisco and vicinity — Cloudy Wednes
day, with rain; light north winds, changing to
brisk southeasterly.
A. G. McADIE. District Forecaster.
Wheat Dec - March. May;
Opening 6 5 6 4% 6 3%
Closing 6 4% «4% 6 3-)4
Wheat— Nov - Mar. -June.
Opening ....20 85 20 95
S .:::::: 20 *o ,2095
in our——
Opening 29 95- 28 60
Closing ....,30 00 23 60
LIVERPOOL.
Foreign Futures.
Bran is quoted extremely weak, . the heavy
receipts from the North on Monday having hit
the market a hard blow. Middlings rule steady,
receipts being moderate. -
-Hay continues steady under moderate arriv
als and a fair demand.
BRAN— $20®21 50 per ton.
MIDDLINGS— $2U©28 per ton.
SHORTS— $20<§21 50 per ton. .
FEEDSTUFFS — Rolled Barley, $24 50#25 per
ton; Oilcake Meal at the mill, $26@-2G 50; job
bing, $27027 60; Cocoanut Cake. $21@22; Corn
Meal, $30@31; Cracked Corn, $30 50@31 50;
Mixed Feed, $22 50<g23 50; Horse Beans. $30®
40 per ton.
HAT— Wheat. $14@16 50; Wheat and Oat,
$13 50@16 50; Oat, $12 60@14 50; Wild Oat,
$11 50«ai3 60; Barley, $11(313; Stock, $10@ll;
Alfalfa'. $10@12 60 per ton.
STRAW — 10@ 65o per bale. -'
Hay and Feedstuff s.
On the Produce Exchange to-day the butter
market was firm; creamery, 18@21c; dairy.
14(g'18 1 Ac; eggs, 21623c; cheese steady, 10®llc.
Articles Receipts. Shipments.
Flour barrels 22,200 21.200
Wheat, bushels 121.000 10.\6uO
Corn bushels 302.000 133,100
Oat".' bushels 2SS.B0O 364.200
Rye bushels 6,600 2,400
Barley, bushels ¦ 284.500 26,500
cf hops purchased up the Ftate for export to
lincland vu about SOf"U bales; these hops, it
wae etated. -were purchased largely In Scho
harie County, and SOfgSlc were the prices paid.
The loce.1 market was firm, but quiet. No new
developments »'f« reported from England or
Gcrrcany."
Mail advir^c from New York say of Hops:
*Te3»?praphic a£vlcf > s received from the
«¦•:'..*? r«-t»one<l more active and flrmar mar
kets. Exp.jrteni, It was plated, were giving a.
fair ar.ount of attention to the market as
buyers, and according to reports current fair
t>urcfc£.!=<»5 were made in Oregon for choice
grades, the price* paid ranging from 23c to 24c.
Advicee from Sonoma rejx>rted Fales of 400
bale* choice hops for export at 2m«f23c. Ac
«-ordlng to latent estln-.ate* It ie figured that
about 7S i^r rent of the California crop ha*
j«esed out of prowere' han<?«. and some figure
:hat one-half of the Or»eon crop has been mar
keted by grower*-; others, however, consider
tl Is* estimate ea rxeseive. The advices rf
c^ived from uo the Ptate reported -firm mar
kets. According to latest reports the quantity
The Hop Market.
Retail Meat Prices.
Th« folloming retail prices for meats ar#
quoted br the Retail Butchers' Protective As
sociation :
HEEF — Prime Roa*t. KMJI!*-; Porterhouse
Steak. ISS522Vijc: Tenderloin Steak. 15Slbc; Sir
toln Steak. 12**@15c; Top Round Steak. 12'» c;
lieef Stew, 10c; Corned Beef. 81? 10c; Soup
Bone>. 4c; Sonp Meat. s<?-10r.
VFAL l>oln Roa« lWir2<V; Shoulder Roa6t.
12>itf15«-; Chop* and Cutlets, 15@20c; Stew.
12S©I5e. • „_
MUTTON — Lck. I2H's'lf'<-: Fcrequarter, Q&
.Oc; .<:.«. s ©~10c;' Prime Chops. 12H# 3Sc -
LAMB — LeX, 20c; Forequarter. 12 L iS'ir>c;
Hindquartrr. INgiOc; Shoulder Roast. 10G12%c;
Chor*. ISiilhc
PORK— K.jast. 12«-ieiS.-; Chop*. 15©l*c.
These price* do not cover the cheaper grades.
af it Is imr>osi-:ble to quote regular prices on
them. ""
The millers continue to report a fair inquiry
for both Flour and Millstuffs at previous prices.
FLOUR— California Family Extras, $4 600
4 85, usual terms: Bakers' Extras, $4 50@4 60;
Oregon and Washington, $3 90@4 20 per bbl for
Family and $3 90@4 40 for Bakers'. - 1
MILLSTUFFS — Prices in packages are as fol
lows: Graham Flour, $3 25 per 100 lbs; Rye
Flour, $3 25; Rye Meal. $3; Rice Flour, $7;
Corn Meal, $3 25; extra cream do, $4; Oat
Groats, $4 50; Hominy. $4@4 25; Buckwheat
Flour. $4 50@4 75; Cracked Wheat. $3 75; Fa
rina. $4 60; Whole Wheat Flour. $3 60; Rolled
Oats, bbls, $7 25@8 60; in sacks. $6 75@3 10;
Pearl Barley, $0; Split -Peas, boxes. $7; Green
Peas, $5 50 per 100 lbs.
Flour and Millstuffs.
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour easy;
No. 3 spring wheat. 70@5Oc; No. 2 red. i.%@
7S%c; No. 2 corn. 43%c; No. 2 yeljow. 43%c;
No? 2 oats, 34^@35c: No. 3 white, 84%; No. 2
rj-e. 68%c good feeding barley, 3C@4Sc; fair
td choice malting. 49®56c; No. 1 flaxseed, 00c;
No 1 Northwestern, 94c; prime timothy need,
$2 85; mess pork, per bbl. $11 37%@11 50; lard,
per 100 lbs, $6 87%<7iO 00; ehort ribs sides
<looRe), $7 25@7 73; short clear sldee (boxed).
$6 75@7; whisky, basis of high wines, $1 25;
clover, contract grade, $10 60. t ¦ ' ¦ ¦ .
Dried FruitsjNuts, Raisins, Honey
With the exception of Walnuts, which are
firm, the whole line of Fruits, Nuts, Raisins
and Honey. rules easy, with trade merely fair.
Prices show no change of any consequence.
FRUIT — Apricots, 7®8%c for Royals and 9®
lOo for Moorparks; Evaporated Apples. 48<5%c;
sun-dried, 3%@4c; Peaohes. 4%®fi%c; Pears,
6®10c; Nectarines, 4(^5 VrC; Figs, white. 404% c
in boxes; black, 4%c; Plums, pitted. 638c per
pound.
PRUNES— 1903 crop, 2%83c : for- th«- four
sizes. . •
RAISINS— F. o* b. prices. Fresno, for 1903
crop: 60-lb boxes — Loose Muscatel. 2-crown.
6%c per lb; 3-crown. 5%c: 4-crown, 6%c; Seed
less Muscatels. 4%e;-. do floated. 4%c: un
bleached Sultanas. 4%c; Thompson's Seedless,
5%c. London Layers — 2-crown, $1 25; 3-crown,
$1 35; 4-crown clusters, $2: 5-crewn- Dehesaa,
$2 50; 6-crewn Imperials. $3; Malaga Ix>ose. 2
crown, 6c per lb: do 3-erown. 5%c; Valencia
Cured, 4%c; Pacific do, 3%c; Oriental do, 2%c.
Seeded Raisins — 16-oz packages, fancy. \Sc per
lb; choice. 7"«c: 12-oz packages, fancy. 6%c:
choice. 6%c; In bulk, fancy, 7%c; choice. 7%c
NUTS— Walnuts, No. 1 softshell. 13%@14c:
No. 2,.ll%012c; No. 1 hardshell. 13-81»Hc;
No. 2, ll@ll%c; Almonds, lie for Nonpareils.
10%c for I X U 10%o for Ne Plus Ultras and
8%c for Languedoc; Peanuts. 6®7c for Kast
ern; Pecans. H^13c: CocoanuU". $4 60@5; Cali
fornia Chestnuts, 10$?15c per lb. i
HONEY — Comb, new. 12®14c for white and
Pfrlle for amber: new water white extracted,
5%@<te; light amber extracted, 4%®<5%c; dark,
f BEESWAX— 27©29c per lb.
'Provisions.
Chicago ,wa» lower again, the receipts of
Hogs being larger than expected. The.West
ern packers are not supporting the market,
and in fact, are charged with assisting the
decline in order to force down the price of
Hogs. . -
Further fluctuations are noted In this mar
ket, especially In barreled Beef and Pork,
both ¦¦ of which are lower. Hams and Lard
are also very weak, with quotations tending
downward, as will be seen. Trade Is nothing
extra, and in fact most houses quote it dull.
1 CURED MEATS — Bacon. 12c per lb for
heavy. ;12%c for light medium. 14 %o for light.
15%o for extra light, 18%c. for sugar-cured
and - 19%c for extra sugar- cured; Eastern
sugar-cured Hams. 14%c; California Hams.
13%c; Mess Beef. $11 50 per bbl; extra Mess.
$12@12 50; Family. $13; prime M«m Pork. $1S;
extra clear, $24; Mess,. $19; Dry. Salted Pork.
12c; PiK Pork. $28; Pigs' Feet, $5 25; Smoked
Beef. 16c per lb.
LARD — Tierces quoted . at ¦ 7% c per lb for
compound and 9c for pure; half barrel? pure,
9%c; 10-lb tins. 9%c; 6-lb tins. 9%c; 3-lb tins.
10c.
COTTOLENE^ — One half barrel, 9%c; three
half barrels. 9%c: one tierce. 9%c; two tierces,
9c; five tierces, 8%e per lb. ¦>
Hides, Tallozv, Wool and Hops.
"".Wool is reported. in poor shape by the local
.trade, as buyers are doing nothing and allow
ing receipts to accumulate. The feeling la
weak, but prices are no lower.
Hops are reported firm and in very fair
demand ¦ everywhere. The condition of , the
New York market ia stated in the first column.
Hides continue more or less weak. - both here
and in the East, though quotations show no
further' change.
HIDES AND SKINS— Culls and brands sell
about l%c under quotations. - Heavy salted
Steers. 9c; medium. 8c; light. 7 %c; Cow Hides.
7%c for heavy and 7%c for light: Stags 5c;
Salted Kip, 9c; Salted Veal, 10c: Salted Calf,
10%@llc; dry Hides. 15t; dry Kip. 13c; dry
Calf. 18c; Sheepskins, shearlings, . 25@30c each;
short Wool. 40@60c each; medium. 70@90c;
long Wool, $1@1 50 each: Horse Hides, salt.
$2 75 for large and $2@2 50 for medium $1 25
it I 75 for small and 50c for Colts; Horse Hides,
dry. $1 75 for large and $1 60 for medium $1@
1 25 for small and 50c for Colts. Buck Skins
— Dry Mexican. 32c; dry. salted Mexican, 23c;
dry Central American, 32c. Goat Skins — Prime
Angoras. 75c; large and smooth, 50c; medium,
35c; small 20c. ttRMJMnpMVIM&MM
TALLOW— No. 1 rendered. 4%c per lb; No.
2, 4c; grease. 2%@3c
WOOL— Fall clip — San Jbaquln Lambs' 9®
lie; Middle County, ll@12c; Northern Free.
ll@12c; Northern Defective. lO^lle: Humboldt
and Mendoclno.' 12f$14c; Nevada, 13015c; Ore
gon, fine, 18@19c; Oregon medium, 17c per lb.
HOPS— 2O@23c per lb. .
Meat Market.
Hogs continue to decline, partly owing to
the light demand and partly to the decline at
Chicago, where receipts are increasing again.
Mutton- shows an advancing tendency, as the
supply is falling off again. Live Lambs am
now generally quoted 'by. the. pound. Instead
of by the head.^ Veal is steady, with fractional
variations. There- Is no change in Beef, which
Is in ample supply.
gfSSJGESi^ DRESSED MEATS.
Wholesale rates from slaughterers t« dealers
are as follows: • ¦-¦;:•
BEEF — 6@7o for Steers and 51?6c per lb for
Cowb. - ¦•...¦¦- .... .-.
• VEAL— Large. 7®8%e: email. 8«9%c per lb.
MUTTON— Wethers. 7%@8%c; i Kwes. 8®$hc
per lb. - ¦ ' - **
• LAMB T -9%@10c per lb.
PORK-^Dressed Hogs, : 7%@9c per lb.
"V .*;. MARKET.
The following. quotations are for good, sound
Livestock, delivered "In . San Francisco. less 60
per cent shrinkage for 'Cattle:
CATTLE — 8teers.8®9c: Cows and Heifers,
7@8c; • thin Cows." 4Q -5c : per pound. .--.-•¦
CALVES- ; —4@4%c. per pound- (gross weight).
.'SHEEP— Wethers. 3%@4c; Ewes, 3%&3%c
per, pound (gross weight). '.
. : LAMBS — 4%®5o per lb/ .v •'
HOGS— Live Hogs. 150. to 250 Ibn. 5%©5%c;
tinder 150-lbs. 6@5%c; Sows/ 20 per cent off;
Boars. 60 per cent off. and Stags,- 40 per cent
off ; from ' above quotations. '
General Merchandise.
BAGS — Grain Bags. 6@3%c; San Quentln.
5.55c; Wool -Bags. 32@35c; Fleece Twine 7%
©8c; Cotton Fruit Bags. 6% c, 6%c and 7%"c for
the three grades; Brown Jute, 6%@7%c - '
-'CANNED FRUITS — The California Fruit
Canners' Association- quotes the following: price
list for 1903 stock:
"¦ . . ¦ • -w ' ¦ w ai oo
FRUITS.' 'w §" ; £ •
' : ¦ . : »{ •[.¦; r 1 ...
Apple* . . ....... ..... $1- 55 $1 30 $1; 20 $1 10
Apricota*T:"r.;:.7rr;;v. ; r.... 135 l 25 ....
Blackberries f'r.TTr^TTrr. 1 60 1 40 1 30 1 20
Cherries. R. A...*.....".: 2 15 1 IWi 1 70 1 40
Cherries,: white ....... ••"" 1 75 1 60 1 35
Cherries, -black .:.....". 2 00 1 75 1 60 1 35
Grapes .: ......:.... 1-38 1 20 1 10 1,CO
Yellow Free Peaches:.;: ...V. 140'.^:. ....
Lemon Cling Peaches... 180 1 60 1 30 1 20
Pears -.*:.'.. .rrtTrr.TrrT: 2 oo a 73 ij.:. %-.;-
Plums -¦'.'. ...TiTtT.rr.r;; 1 35 a 15 1 or. 95
Raspberries TVZ . : . . ..'.—-. 2 50 2 25 2 10! 1 90
Strawberries .;.....-...: "2 00 :L75 1-60J 1 40
V: CANNED VEGETABLES— Tomatoes. 2%-lb
standard. . 85c:~ Green* Peas— Baby, petlts pols.
$l'50;jpetits;pois.* $1 35;. extra. utaed, $1 15;
standard : sifted,' $1; 'standards,' S3e: marrow
fats.- s 82 %c: ' gallon, «, sifted, .$4 25; gallon,
standard/ $3 75. . " • • ,
¦-'¦'¦¦> COAL— Wellington - $8 per * ton ; ¦ New Wel
lingtons $8: SeattIe.-$6 50; Bryant.- $6 .W; Bea
ver Hill. $5 00; Stanford. $7; Rosljn. $7; Cot*
Wheat No. 2— ' ' ¦ .. _
Article* Open. High. . Low. Close,
July ¦......;.... 74% 74V4 73% 73%
De^embw 0 :. 1 !". 43% 43% 42% 42%
Mav ....:...... 43 43 42% 42%
July........... 42% 42% 42%' 42%
De°tmber O :, 2 ~. 34% 34% 84% 34%
May 36 36. 35% 35%
Janua 8 J Ork ' P !!u b 8T 11 87% 11 75 1175,
May .7..:::... .11 02% 12«. U 82% 11 85
v£^™.f%* eg-: JW^JM-'
January ....... 6M « g^ .6 .5^ 6 77%
Ja nu°arV HIbS : P . er 6 1 M% b8 6" 2 2% 6 17% 6 17%
MTy !7.. '.'....:. «30 6S2% 6 27% 6 27%
LEATHER — Sole, heavy. 20<a32c: exrr»
heavy, 30<84Oc per lb; medium 27®29c: light.
24(g26c; Rough Leather. 26^28c; Harness
Leather, heavy r..Vu.TJe for No. 1 and 3Oi8:;5c
for No. 2; medium. 30#37c: light 29ft35c:
Skirting. No. 1. 40®42e; No. 2. S6<g3Se; Collar
Leather. 15@16c per foot; Trace Leather. 4ftfp
44c; Kip. unfinished. 40<550c per lb; Veal,
finished. 50@60c per lb: Calf, finished <S5cn$l
per lb; Wax sides, ie.-rf.l7e per foot; Beit
Knife Splits. HSlUc; Rough Splits. 8@10o
per lb.
TANBARK— Ground, $20@2S per ton; stick,
$15@18 per cord.
OIL— Fish Oil Is higher. Linseed. 43c for
boiled and 47c for raw in barrels ; cases. 5c
more; Castor Oil. in cases. No. 1. 70c; Bakers'
A A. $1 10@l 12; Lucol. 44c for boiled and 42c
for raw in barrels; Lard Oil. extra winter
strained, barrels. 85c; cases. 90c; China Nut.
55@70c per gallon; pure Neatsfoot. in barrels.
75c; cases. 80c; Sperm, pure, 75c; Whale Oil.
natural white. SO^Kc per gallon; Fish Oil.
In barrels. 60c; cases. 55c; Cocoanut Oil. In
barrels 68c for Ceylon and 5oc for Australian.
- COAL OIL— Water White Coal Oil in bulk.
15%c; Pearl Oil- In cases. 22c; Astral. 22c:
Star. 22e; Extra Star. 2Kc; Elaine. 28c; Eocene.
25c; - deodorlxed Stove Gasoline. In bulk, 17c;
In caaes. 23 %c; Benzine. In bulk, 13c; In cases.
l!)«.jc; Sft-degree Gasoline, in bulk. 21c; ia
cases. 27%c.
TURPENTINE— 80c per gallon In cases and
74c In drums and iron barrels.
RED AND WHITE LEAD— Red Lead. «%©
7c per lb; White Lead, 6%@7c. according to
quantity.
QUICKSILVER— $43 50®43 for local use and
$42 60^43 50 per flask for export.
SALT— The Amalgamated Salt Company
quotes as follows: Genuine Liverpool. $l4trHi;
Bales common. $1 63: Dairy, per ton. $12 ."><">:
Half "Ground. 99 75@10 25; Rock Salt. $S 5O«J
9 75; Imitation Liverpool. $12 50@13 25; Gran
ulated $12 50@13 25 per ton.
SUGAR — The Western Sugar Refining Com
pa. y quotes as follows, per lb. in 10O-lb bags:
Cubes. A Crushed and Fine Crushed. 5.83c;
Powdered 5.70c: Candy Granulated. 5.70c; Dry
Granulated fine. 5.«0c; Dry Granulated, coarse.
5.6Oc; Fruit Granulated. 5.6Oc; Beet Granu
lated <10O-lb bags only). 5.40c: Confectioners*
A 5.60c; Magnolia A. 5.20c; Extra C. 5.10c;
Golden C 5c; "D." 4.00c; barrels. 10c more;
half barrels. 23c more; boxes, 50c more; 50-lb
bags' 10c more for all kinds. Tablets — Half
barrels 6.10c: boxes. 6.35c; H. A E. Crystal
Dominos. 8.50c per lb. No ordera taken for
less than seventy-five barrels or Its equivalent.
LUMBER — Pine, ordinary sUes. S1S4I19: ex
tra sizes higher: Redwood. $l9@C:t; Latn. »
feet $3 90#4; Pickets. $IO<$26: Shingles. $2
for No 1 and $1 50 for No. 2: Shakes. $13 for
split and $14 for sawn: Rustic. $23©31.
Bay $5 50: Greta. *7: Waftsend. $7; Rich
mond. $7 60: Cumberland. $13 In bulk and
Jli 25 in sacks; Pennsylvania Anthracite Egg,
$14; Welsh Anthracite Egg. $13; Welsh Lump.
$11 50; Cannel, $s 50 per ton: CoTs.e, $11 50®
13 per ton in bulk and $15 in «acks: Rocky
Mountain descriptions. $11 45 per 2000 lbs and
$12 80 per long ton. according to brand.
PACIFIC CODFISH— Bundles, per lb 3Ue;
caaes. regular. 4c: cases extra larg<\ 4V*p;
Eastern style. 6%c: boneleso 4%e: "Norway.*'
4%c; "Narrow Gauge." 5c; "Silver King."
6%c: blocks. "Oriental," 5c; blocks "Spa
bright," 6%c; tablets. 6c; middles. eii#7>-ic:
fancy boneless. 8gs%c : pickled Cod. bbls.
$7 50; rlckl.-d Cod half bbls $4 5O.
CORDAGE— Manila ia lowe'r. The locul
company quotes as follows. 60 days or % p«»r
cent discount for cash, no sales under 10.000
lbs: Manila. 14%c; SI.«al. lie; Duplex 10c;
Bale Rope. lOigllc per lb.
COFFEE— Costa Rica— 12%©15e f&r strietir
prime to fancy washed; 11%@12%c for prim*
washed; 10%<§ll%c for good washed; 10>©lUo
Tor good to prims washed p»a berry; RVa<»10n
for good to prime peaberry; 9"910*,c for gorui
to prime; 7%©8%c for fair; 4%fi7c for com
mon to ordinary. Salvadoi- — 11 'q 12c nominal
for strictly prime washed; 9<i?llc for good tr»
prim© washed: ,«m»c for fair washed; 9i a t*10Uc
for, fair to primo washed peaberry;.- 8'4<gs*i(?
for good to prime semi-washed; 7 T *<F|8%c for
superior unwashed; 7%®7%c for good green
unwashed: 7%©8%e for good to superior un
washed peaberry; 4%®6%c for inferior to or
dinary. Nicaragua— 11 %@13c nominal for
prime to fancy washed; SfJlOc nominal for
fair to strictly good washed; 7®7%c for good
to superior unwashed; 7%©8c for good to prime*
unwashed peabe-rry. Guatemala and Mexican —
13%@15c nominal for fancy washed: 11%®1Sc
for prime to strictly primo washed; 104$ 10% o
for strictly good washed; 9V»®9%c for good
washed: 7%©8%c for fair washed: 6V4t(7%o
for medium; 4%tJ6c for inferior to ordinary;
S%'fflO%c" for fair to prime washed peaberry;
7%©8%c nominal for good to superior un
washed; 5 l 4^7%c for ash-damaged.
CHICAGO, Nov. 10.— With lower cables,
evidently reflecting free i offerings of Russia
and - Argentine stocks, heavy receipts in the
Northwest and excellent • weather for a ; con
tinuance of the movement to market, wheat
opened weak, December a shade to %@%c low
er at 77%@77%o. This option, during a flurry
by buying by shorts to take profits, touched
77%c. Selling w« resumed with renewed
vigor later under the influence of the ; corn
weakness and Bradstreet's - report of an in
crease of 7.406.000 bushels- in . the world's visi
ble eupply and December touched -the bottom
at 76 7-8c. Indications of an unfavorable turn
of the weather In the Northwest checked the
selling movement, but the closing tone was
barely steady, December being ,%@%o down
at 77%c .' _
Elevator Interests sold December corn on
a liberal scale, and the price underwent a
sheer descent of lc, during which a number of
stop loss orders were executed. The finish
was weak, December %@lo unSer yesterday at
Oats were dull and weak in sympathy with
corn. December closed %@>%o depressed at
Provisions dacllned in sympathy with corn
and closed auiet. Pork closed 22%o lower at
$U 75: lard? 10@12%c down at $6 75@6 77%.
and ribs 7%c under yesterday at $8 17%.
The leading futures ranged as follows; .
Chicago Grain Market.
Fair local demand for Flour and Millstuffs.
Fran very weak and heavily offered. Middlings steady.
Hay selling very well, with moderate receipts.
Beans still weak and quiet. Seeds inactive.
Butter market absorbing, the heavy receipts. Cheese weak.
Eggs in improved demand and advancing again.
Dried Fruits, Nuts and Raisins generally quiet.
Provisions zveak, with Hams, Lard and barreled goods lower,
Wool still dull, with buyers holding <ftf.
Hops quoted very steady, with a good demand.
Further decline in Hogs here and in the West.
Mutton advancing slightly under decreasing supplies:
Beef in sufficient supply and unchanged.
Hides and Leather quiet and weak here and elsewhere.
Fish Oil marked up 5c per gallon. Other Oils unchanged.
Good Potatoes firm. Choice Onions higher.
Rains and frosts cut down receipts of Summer Vegetables.
Poultry firmer. Game weak, with Ducks lower.
Cool weather checks trading in fresh Fruits.
Manila Cordage marked dozen.
Silver and Sterling Exchange still lower.
Shipment of $10,211 in specie to Hongkong.
Wall-street Stocks unsettled and irregular.
Rather more trading in local Securities.
Wheat Freights still low, with plenty of idle tonnage.
Wheat and Barley quiet at about prrjious prices.
Oats steady. Corn and Rye continue dull.
•alM, $2,345,000. United States bonds were
unchanged on the last call.
NEW YORK STOCK LIST.
Stocks — Hales. High. Low. Close.
Atchison » 18,200 64*4 64 61%
Atrhlson pfd 100 89% 89% 89%
Baltimore & Ohio.. 27,100 759fc 74% 74ft
Bait & Ohio pfd.... 200 87% 87% 87V*
Canadian Pacific... 4,200 118 117% 117%
Outral of N J 156
Chesapeake & Ohio. 900 29% 28% 28%
Chicago & Alton... 400 28 27% 28
Chi & Alton pfd , .• .. .. «3%
Chi Great Western 000 15 14% 14%
Chi O W B pfd ;..', 2«%
Chicago & N W 1«3%
Chi Term & Trans. 100 8 8 8
Chicago T & T pfd. 200 17 17 .17
C. C. C & St Louis 71
Colorado Southern. 200 12 12 12
Colo South 1st pfd. 200 82% . 52% 52%
Colo South 2d pfd. 600 20% 20 2OVi
Delaware & Hudson 200 153 153 153%
Del. Lack A West. 200 230% 230% 230
Denver & Rio G... 100 19W 19^4 19
Den & Rio G pfd. 100 65% 65% 65%
Erie 10.900 ¦ 26% 26% 26%
Erie .let pfd 800 66% 68 66
Erie 2d pfd 1,800 48% 43 48%
Great Northern pfd . ... ¦ 160 ¦ •
Hocking Valley 70
Hocking Val pfd.. 100 80 80 ' 60.
Illinois Central 1,800 130% 129% 130%
Iowa Central .... 19
Iowa Central pfd .... .... 82
K C Southern 100 16% 16% 16%
K C Southern pfd 20%
Louis & Nash 2.500 100% ©9% 100
Manhattan L 10,900 139% 138U 138%
Metropolitan St Ry. 7,100 112 110% 111%
Minn & St Louis.. 200 45 44 44
Missouri Pacific 20,300 89% 88% 89*4
Mis. Kan & Tex... 200 17 .17 16%
M. K&Tpfd. . 600 35 34% 35
Ntl RR of Mex pfd 37
New York Central. 10,000 11T% 115% II614
Norfolk & Western. 11.500 - 66% 65% 65%
Nor & West pfd .. .... ..86-
Ontario & Western. 3,600 20% 19% 19%
Pennsylvania 241,200 116% 114% 114%
p. c. c &st louIb.- ..... .....:.. r.5
Reading 15,200 44% 42% 43%
Reading let pfd 200 77 77 76
Heading 2d pfd 100 69% 69% 60
Rock Island Co 5,900 24 23% 23%
Rock Island Co pfd. 1,000 69 57% 59%
St L & S F 63
StL & SF 1st pfd.. ..... .... 60,
StL & SF 2d pfd.. 400 45U 45 44%
St Louis S W 200 12% 12% 12%
St Louis SW pfd.. 200 30 .80 30
St Paul 11,900 138% 137% 137%
Et Paul pfd. .... 172
Southern Pacific... 4.600 41% 41% 41*4
Southern Railway.. 6.800 17% 17 17%
Southern Ry pfd... 1.000 74 73%' 73
Texas & Pacific 1,800 22% 22% 22%
T. St Jj & W 100 17U 14Vi 17ii
T. St L & W pfd 28 Vi
Union Pacific...... 77,300 71% . 70% 70%
Union Pacific pfd.. 400 86 85^4 85%
Wabash 8IK> 19 ¦ 18% 18%
Wabash pfd 4.700 32% 31% 82%
Wheeling & L E 14%
Wisconsin Central.. 600 15W 15 15
Wisconsin Cent pfd. 500 34% 33% 33?i
Express Companies —
Adams • .... .... 223
American I8R
United States 100
Wells Fargo 100 200 200 195
Miscellaneous —
Amal Copper 63.100 38% 36 38%
Amer Car & Found. 1,300 19% 18% 10
Amer C & F pfd.. 100 65V4 -65V4 6«
Amer Lin CM1 9
Amer Lin Oil pfd 26
Amer Loco 200 12% 12% 12%
Amer Loco pfd .... 200 73% 73% 74 "-i
Amer Smelt & Ref. 2,100 42% 42% 42%
Amer S & R pfd 86%
Amer Sugar Ref-..' 2,60ft 115% 114V4 115%
Anaconda Mln Co.. 200 66 «5 fiO
Brooklyn Rap Tran. 24,500 07% 36 37
Colo Fuel & Iron.. 600 28% 26 28%
Columbus & H Coal .: 9%
Consolidated Gaa .. COO ITS 177 < 177
General Electric .. 200 149 . \V>< 148
International Paper 100 10%,^'l0% 10%
Inter Paper pfd .. 100 61% 61% fil
Inter Pump 30
Inter Pump pfd r,S
National Biscuit 34%
National Lead 100 12 12 11%
North American .. 100 71% 71% 70%
I Pacific Mall l.fiOO 27% 27 27%
People's Gas 300 03% »3V4 93%
Pressed Steel Car.. $00 25% 25% 25%
Pressed Steel C pfd 66%
Pullman Pal Car 215
Republic Steel 100 7 7 6%
Republic Steel pfd. 3,200 49% 4S% 48%
Rubber. Goods ' 13%
Rubber Goods pfd. .'. , <59
Tenn Coal & Iron.. 2.200 27 25% 2C%
U S Leather 2,000 7>-l 7% -7%
V S Leather pfd. 100 75%' 75% 75%
U S Rubber 8
U S Rubber pfd 35%
US Steel 65.200 10% 10 1OU,
U S Steel pfd ....220,000 51 % 40% SOTi,
Western Union .. 700 S3 82% 82%
Northern Securities 87
Total shares sold.813,600
NEW YORK STOCK LIST. •
U S ref 2s reg...lO6% L & N Unl 4s... 9S%
IT S ref 2s coup..l0«% Man con gold 4s..lO2"4
U S 3s reg 108 Mexican Cent 4s.. 71 Vj
U S 3s coup 108 Mex Cent let Inc. 14%
U S new 4s rep.. 134% Minn & St L 4s.. 97
TJ 8 new 4a coup. 134% Mo.Kans & T 4s. 07%
U S old 4s reg...lll Mo. K & T 2ds... 75%
US old 4s coup. .111 N RR Mem con4s. 74
U S 5s reg 101^4 NYC gen 8y.s.. M»%
U S 5s coup 101 !4 N J C gen 5e....l29%
Atchison gen 4s.. 100 Nor Pacific 4s.. .101 *£
Atchison adj 4s.. 86% Nor Pacific 3s... 70
Atlantic C L 4s.. 92 Nor & W con 4s.. 97
Bait & Ohio 4s.. .100% Or S L 4s&partlc. 91%
Bait & Ohio 3%s. 05 Pa. ronv 3%s 95'4
Cent of Ga 5n 104 Reading gen 4s.. 90%
Cent Oa 1st Inc.. 66 S L & I M con5s.H0 T i
Ches & Ohio 4%S.1O1 S L. & S F fg 4s. 81%
Chgo & Alt 3%s.. 72% S L, Soweatn lsta. 92
C. B & Q new 4s. 93% Seaboard A L 4s. 67%
C, M & S Pgen4s.llO Southern Pac 4s.. 86%
C & NW con 7a. .130% Southern Ry 5s.. 112%
C, R I & P 4s... 72 Tex & Pac lsts.,117
C. R I & P col5s. 72% T, St L & W 4s.. C9%
CCC & S L gen4s. 46% Union Pac 4s 102%
Chgo T>rm 4s 75% Union P coriv 4s.. !¦:};»
Cons Tobacco 4s.. 54% U S Steel 2ds 5s.. 66
Colo & So 4s...... 85 Wabash lsts 113%
D & R G 4s 99% Wabash deb B....55K
Erie Drior lien 4s.. 98% W & L E 4s..... f>7%
Erie gen 4s 83% Wla Central 4s... SO
F W & D C l«s.l0fl% C F & I con 5s.. 06%
Hocking Val 4%s.lO5%
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams 10 Uttle Chief 07
Alice 14 Ontario .....4 60
Breece : 10 Ophlr ....130
Brunswick Con.... 04 Phoenix 07
Comstock Tunnel.. 05 Potosi ......... r.. 10
Con Cal & Va.... 95 Savage :. 1G
Horn Silver 1 <tt Sierra Nevada.... 34
Iron Silver ... 1 SO Small Hlpes 15
Leadville Con 02 Standard ........ .2 00
BOSTON STOCKS AND BONDS.
Money — | Westing Com ..¦. 66
Tall loans 4%@5 Mining—
Time loans .....6%@C Adventure 4
Bonds— Allouez ....;..... 4%
Atchison 4s ..... 09% Amal Copper ... 38%
Mex Central 4s... 68 Daly West .•}«*;
Railroads — Bingham .:.....; 21%
Atchison 64% Calumet A Hecla.440
Do pfd /....... 89% Centennial 16%
Boston & Albany.248 Copper Range ... 45'
Boston & Malne.171 Dom Coal....... 74
Boston Elev 140 Franklin ........ 7%
N Y,'N II AH.. 195 Isle Royale .;;.- 5
Fitchburg pfd ..135 Mohawk ..."...... 36%
Union Pacific... 71 Old Dom" ...10%
M«>x Central .'.... 8% Osceola 66
Miscellaneous — Parrot ;.. .17
Amer Sugaj* .....115% |Qulncy - 85%
Do pfd 11R% Santa-Fe Copper. 1%
Araer Tel A Tel..l2«%lTamarack 90
Dom Iron A Steel. 8 Trinity ........„• rw
Gen Electric ....146 United States .... 17%
Mass Electric ... 18% Utah ............ 27%
Do Dfd ........ 76 . Victoria ......... 2%
United Fruit .... 90 Wlnona ......... 8%
U S Steel ... 10 Wolverine ....... 65
Do pfd .... 60%
LONDON CLOSING STOCKS.
Cons for moneyR7 13-16 N Y Central ....121%
Cons for ace t.. 87 15-1«5 Nor A West...... 58
Anaconda ......u 3% Do pfd ........ SO <
Atchison 68% Ont A West. . . . . . . 20%
Do pfd 92% Pennsylvania :..¦. 61%
Bal A Ohio V 77% Rand Mines ..... 9%
Can Pacific .... .121% Reading ..../.... 22%
Ches A Ohio... .. 30% Do 1st pfd.:.'.. 40
Chi Great West.". 15% Do 2d pfd...... .'{1%
Chi, Mil A St P. .142% So Railway ...... 18%
De Beers ....... 20% Do pfd 76'-
Den A Rio G.... 19% So Pacific ....... 42%
Do pfd ........ 69 Union Pacific,....' 73%
Erie 27% Do pfd ...:.... 87
Do 1st pfd.'..:.' 68 U 8 Steel ...-....: 10%
Do 2d pfd...... 50 Do pfd 61%
111 Central 135% Wabash ......... 19%
Louis A Nash. ..103% Do prd .:..... . ; 3$V,
Mo. Kans AT... 16Ti . •_ * : \
. Bar silver — Quiet. 27d per ounce. '
Money — 3%@4 ' per cent.
The rate of discount in the open market' for
short bills is 4% per cent and for three months'
bills 4% per cent. . '- ¦'..• .¦#;•;:•¦¦ ¦'."- -7
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS.
PLUMS— Coe's late red. 60c per box.
GRAPES — 35®50e for small boxes, 50-g73a
for crates and 75c@$l 50 for large open boxes.
NUTMEG MELONS— 50@S5o per box.
' CITRUS FRUITS— Valencia Oranges. $2©
8 50 per box: Lemons.' $192 5O per box; Grape
Fruit. • $1 50<52 50; Mexican Limes, $4©4 60:
Bananas. $1 60@2 per bunch for Hawaiian and
$2 50<?3 25 for Central American; Pineapples,
$2®2 50 per dozen. '
RASPBERRIES— $5@7 per chest.
HUCKLEBERRD3S — Nominal.
CRANBERRIES— Cape Cod. $11911 60; Jer
seys, $10-310 75 per bbl; Ctoos Bay, $2 50^3 per
box.
APPLES— 90c©$l 25 per box for fancy. 500
85c for good to choice and 25<340c for common.
PEARS — $1©1 25 per box for fancy Winter
Nellis and 50@75c for other varieties.
QUINCES — 10@60c per. box. .
FIGS — 50c®$l per box.
POMEGRANATES— 75®85e for small boxes
and $1 50®2 60 for large.
PERSIMMONS— «0c©$l per box.
STRAWBERRIES— Longworths. $6*813 per
chest; large Berries. |2©4 for Maltndaa and
$5®6 for the ether. varieties.
¦ The cold weather had a depressing. effect on
the; fruit market and checked trade in several
descriptions, particularly In Grapes • and Ber
ries. Receipts of Raspberries and large Straw,
berries, * while more liberal . than .on the ' pre
ceding day, were not very heavr and prices
ranged lower. Longworth Strawberries formed
a -very small percentage of the receipts and
prices were firmer. 'Grapes in large boxes were
easy, receipts being liberal and the carry-over
from. the preceding day large. The top quota
tion was an extreme figure for fancy Muscat
and Black and was obtained only for small
parcels. Crates and small boxes were In mod
erate receipt and . steady. . The Apple market
was quite active "and fancy offerings' of the
red varieties, such as Spltzenbergs and Bald
wins, which were in small supply, met with a
good demand. An assorted carload of fancy
Oregon stock was marketed. The car con
tained quite a few Spltzenbergs. which were
offering at $2 25 per box. Christmas Apples
appeared from Coloma and were offering at $3
per box. but were not sold, having arrived too
late for the regular trade. Figs were offering
in small quantities and sold slowly at unsteady
prices. Prices of all other deciduous fruits
stood as previously quoted.
A carload of new Jaffa Oranges from Paler
mo was marketed and offered at $2 50®3 per
box, but . moved slowly owing to the cold
weather. Otherwise there was nothing new
to report in Citrus fruits. . '
Deciduous and Citrus Fruit*.
2 p.m. Session.
May— $1 13. _
Dec— 11 13%.: > .
OATS — There ia the usual seeding and feed
ing, demand observable at this time of the year,
and as receipts are not too ' heavy : the market
keeps steady, without excitement.
White. $1 20®l 32%; Black. $1 40@l 62%:
Red, SI 20@l 25 for feed and $1 25^1 35 for
seed; Gray. $1 22%@1 27% per ctl. ."....
CORN — The market is again quoted dull, with
buyers doing no more purchasing than necessary
to keep up their stocks. " Prices are rather easy
than otherwise. *
Western sacked, $1 S0@l 82% for Yellow.
$1 30#l 32% for White and $1 80 for mixed;
California large Yellow, ¦ $1 S5@l 40; small
round do, 51 50i3<1 60; White. $1 35@1 40 per
cental.
RYE— ?1 25®1 80 per ctl. There is very lit
tle demand.
BUCKWHEAT— $2 25@2 50 per ctl.
Feed, $1 13%@1 16% ; Shipping and Brewing,
$1 20@l 23; Chevalier, $1 20-3-1 45 for fair, to
choice. ' ¦¦ .
:
Session 9 to 11:30 a. m. '¦..¦
Open. High. ¦ Low. . Close.
December ...$1 13% $1 18J4 $1 13% $1, 13 T /»
May 1 13% 1 13% 113%, 113%
CASH BARLEY.
. • - "2 p. ml Session.
sales. .
' BARLEY— The feeling is steady, but the cash
demand Is nothing extra at the i moment and
quotations remain unchanged.
. Open. High. IjOW. Close.
December ;..$1 88%" $1 88% $1 38% $1 38%
May .:...... 1 87^ 1 37V* 1 37H 187%
FUTURES.
Session 8 to 11 :30 a. m.
California Club. $1 40<3>l 45: California White
Australian, $1 50@l 55; Northern Club, $1 400
1 42%; Northern Bluestem, $1 50@l 55; Oregon
Valley, $1 40@l 45 per ctl. -
CASH WHEAT.
WHEAT . FREIGHTS— The market continues
very low.'wlth not much business on the spot,
end that ; mainly ; for- Barley, at an average
rate of- 12s 6d, - usual 'European options. - The
chartered Wheat fleet ; in port has a registered
tonnage of 22.240, against 46,400 tons on the
same date last year; disengaged, 128.950 tone,
against 50,200; on the way to this port; 212,288
tons, against 187,800. • . . - ¦¦•--¦
) WHEAT— Foreign cables still report indiffer
ent European markets. BradstreefS; gives the
world's supply an increase for the week of .7,
500.000 bushels. > • ¦
-There was no particular news from Chicago,
which was lower on the day. A Board of Trade
operator, in a Btatement to the press, said:
Vlf there is no mishap in the Argentine we will
have a new competitor in selling .Wheat by Jan
uary 1.' It looks as if there would be a crop
there'of over • 100.000,000 bushels, and the only
thing that can now overcome it is wet weather.
It does not look like a bullish situation, with
this country almost 40,000,000 bushels behind
last year In its exports." -
This market stands about • the same. There
Is no pressure either to sell or buy, and a. fair
movement is : in ' progress. Prices show no ap
preciable change from day. to day.
Wheat and Other Grains.
Sterling Exchange, cables..... ...- — 4 85W
New. York Exchange, sight.. V . — 02$i
New York : Exchange, ; telegraphic . . — . . . .' 05
Silver, per ounce. ¦ . — ¦ . ¦ "68^»
Mexican dollars. .-. . ~. . . . V '. . • ' — ; • . : 44Va
40c for small and mixed colors : store, nom
inal; cold storage. 27^®32^c; Eastern. 27%©
30c for fresh and 25226c. for. cold storage.. ¦
EVAPORATED APPLES— The market con
tinues quiet, ¦ with demand moderate, but as
supplies are . light' there is little pressure to
sell. Common are quoted at '4@5%c; prime.
f>y»@Gc; choice.' <i'/»#0%c; fancy. 7c. ..
PKUNES — Remain quiet. .Stocks are fairly
literal and the demand ¦ JobbinK ' in .character.
Quotations range from 2>4c to 7c- for all grades.
APRICOTS — Are without . special feature at
the moment. Choice are quoted at 9@i*&c; ex
tra choice. lOWGll&c; fancy. ll@12^c..
PEACHES— Ruled generally quiet. Choice
are hard at 7V4©7\c; extra • choice, 7%@8%c;
fancy. Ol4©l(H4c. -' . . . i .
points. Kales, were 55,000 bags, includins: De
cember 5.75c; January, ." 5. 80@5. 85c;- March,
5.*[email protected]>c; April, 0.10c; May, [email protected]; July,
H.10@(l.30c; September. ••[email protected];--; October,
e.45c. '• ----. ¦."¦ ' \
BUGAR — Raw, nominal; refined; quiet;
DRIED FRUITS.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL;' WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1?Q3.
| EASTERN MARKETS.
LOCAL -MARKETS: t j
Continued on Page Thirteen.
COMMERCIAL FINANCIAL
11
AUCTION SALES
RED RIBBON SPEED SALE
TROTTING STOCK,
Consisting of half sisters of Directum 2;0&«i.
John A. McKerron 2:06»-i, Ray Rum 2:25t«.
Algrefor 2:11. etc.. and the finest looking
TROTTERS and PACERS ever offered, by
such «ires aa MeKinney 2:ini. Rey Direct
2:10. Direct 2:05*^. Chas. Derby 2:20. Diablo
2:<>»i;. Silver 'Bow 2:1», Owyhee 2:11. Stein-
way 2:23»i. Hart Boawell. Geo. Washington
2:lb«i. Monterey 2:00«.i. Dexter Prince. Guy
MeKinney. Prince Nutwood 2:11U, Almoni-
tlon 2:24%. etc.. consigned by Messrs. H. C.
Sanders, Jas. H. Gray. p. Foley. O^o. A.
Davis, P. J. Williams, thes. Smith. C. Becker.
.E. C. Archer. K M. La Selle and other well-
known horsemen.
NINE OF THE FINEST BROKE SHETLAND
PONIES. SURREY AND FOUR-IN-
HAND HARNESS.
A Span of Spotted Plntos, Saddle Horses. Well-
Matched Teams. Fine Roadsters. Mares
With Records. Young Stallions, etc. ¦
TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17, 1903,
Commencing at 7:30.
Occidental Horse Exchange
246 1 hire! St. Near f olsom
, r WM. G. LAYNG. Livestock Auctioneer.
Horses at yard Saturday. Nov. 14, until
evening of sale.
<rv_ . REGULAR WEEKLY AUCTION SALB
j*-** at ARCADE HORSE MARKET 327
SIXTH ST.. WEDNESDAY. November 11 at
11 a. m. 33 head of ALL PURPOSE HORSES
1 and MARES. Horses must be as represented
or money refunded. JOHN J. DOYLE, Auc-
tloneer. *

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