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COMMERCIAL A ND MA RK E T N E WS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
TRADE DROPS OFF
IN STOCK MARKET
Heavy Deciine in Proportion of
United States Steel Is
Feature of Day
Holiday in Foreign Markets
Adds to Dullness and Neg
lect In Wall Stree t; :;
\>w York Stock Ivlst •
r V Hut- on fc Co.. 49fr California street,
1 irember* cf The New York stock- exchange, fur \u25a0
•nish iho folltnrtnt list of bond asil ctork s-a.es
yesrerday: ' \u25a0-. \u25a0
: s*>s I . STOCKS Jlipt 1.0-w: ] Kid j Ask
K»>Al!is Cnaltaem— »!4| »%l ?%| J. 0 .\u25a0
;\u25a0/"\u25a0 !C»n' Do P M ... 33 I 33 I-.31 J .»'
"3400 Am Can C0.....:j lO%h 9% l<v-4 10%
• 2.200, Do pfd i 76%; 75 76%. ».;
'\u25a0' . i.Ooft' An Car &Fy o*. S4%\ &W KK|"«*?*
......' Do pfd .......U-... ]U3 til* ..
70r«*ATT;er Cortnn Oil. 66% 65*4 *>* \u25a0].**
i TV. nfd 1 1- -- - - 105 . ill.»
:;;::;^li^efi^rirUi W : hm\%z
: )Am Linseed \u0084.!...>. U^j 12%.
.! Do pf<l ....... .....iv «Z»] °*
kUn Lo^nraotir*... 40 \ 3!>%! 39 4O
..! Di p« -! 105- IC^.%
Umer.W . . . . -|- -- \u25a0 -!,- -- \u25a0 *]*\*.
I Do T>f<l • ...{.-\u25a0•..•\u25a0••• 34%|"V» \u25a0
100' Do r M 10S |1« -J10«%j1«54.
...... I Aoer War J,: -.. -V- \u25a0 \u25a0 \\\* »2
lor.iAci St! Foundries-! 4*% 4.ft%i WJ4j-*J;:
-, 000 An Te! &T.l C0j141% 140% U«U U«%
• ,JAm« Tob j.fd.,.i..... ...'^ [^ MH V
. 1 Tfifl i^pr Woolen ... \u25a0 S" % •»!% "sblvi,".
: 400 Do pfd ....... i 97 i » r -%l -""*' ?S?
.•.OAAraco^a -.'42 ! 41%j «£M?4
....... .'AtlMitic Co«st LT. *..f-t 1 5T?» i J \, I?
soo : BaltimWe & Ohio 109 .^l'^^j.l^ I ?*; l^'*
\u25a0; '\u25a0'4oV; : BeVh3eilm \u25a0?Verf;i"32'Tni-'|.Sl% : « - :
roo do pfd :.: «i%; «». \u25a0;. 51 ... i=j_;:
.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0ii."SS-C«SflTan ' ' Pirinc! ! 2'«2V ! 2^i [*& % 12^ *
= • \u25a0;•\u25a0\u25a0- "iVio : c o w:::::::::;rsi\4! -ssm &% 24 \u25a0
.. ' -Da pfd --- !--..^.-...1 47% 49.;
\u25a0C&r N W .;!...:. :....i14.5%!.149 \u25a0
: i: V '3^»C m & st"p.-..ii25 »ftj»»[^
: J T>o pfd !:.... ......149 j.149%
' : ; riOOCectrßl Lestner.fS-V \ M\\ 34%r -V.
: , iw' do pf<i .......!kmv i<» \u25a0JJ*%]W5:
:':....... Ontral <>f N J. .{...-- --.--> -,-<}
\u0084. . : ..'Chicago Terai nal A :.,.. ...-•( - \u25a0 *
( c «- c A St i..:.;i..* --;' gS •:} 7- .
:. :::::::t dopm L... .....i^vno ..
....... 'Colo Fu"l & Iron.,' ! \u25a0•( 33% \u0084U -
r./-i:.: Vio'ojo Soutv.*rn...:i "9'- 4 -; ?.'.»%• 59^4 :«« -.
.:"... ..1..J- Do Ist pfd r..:. 4*5 .T« \u25a0
: I Ito 5d pM 1.....]. i <4. .-.'% I
700'Con*olMat«l 0a*.i130%13»i . .il?6-'-t;l3fiu. 1
...... Corn Product*.,".!,'.-;*;- .\u25a0-..--] '6%J 17V,
! no r-fd t :..!.7a%! B»%
: \u25a0\u25a0•' '-."^ i:el & Kt:dson.-...-il7o- 17rt \u25a0 i-169 .. Jl7O .
... .. D I. f. \u25a0 W ! .!497% ; 6rv»
........ Diamond M«tch..j \.....\ £? "l:**^
..; Po i.fd :.'... \u25a0-.".; vj 24%} 25".
.'\u25a0 ;;fv, Ere \.?»%iS»% 2S>V!3O%'
. • : . r.n-v t>o Ht pfd... '.'.\u25a0' "4» 1-4*?% \u25a0 "4sH|.'49iJS
-;v.:". ->yi: Do 2d pfd......' "K%l t»% «TKi\-S»
,::\u25a0,'\u25a0 : :»vi r,»3*nl E>otri'-..",1.".%'155 .154%.155..
4 :i-n (iftiOteM C0n5.. ..! B^l S%l S | " S»4
: 300jGre*t North Ore:-.! .-r>» ' \u25a0'• 1 -55. \ f.9 .1-60.
7«"ift I Grr-at North pf<i,< 12»>%US> :' tl2' : ;i4;i-' fl %
:' \u25a0 , initaots rprrral. .!,..'.\u25a0.]...., :]l33# U». V
\u25a0 '\u25a0:.- 4«v»'lnte.rh«ro Meiro-.i 22i^: 21% 22: J 22% :
::\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0: w Do pfd J r.7%| r,6'.!. 57.%] r,« ;\u25a0)
:•-..\u25a0 ;irt*r Mr-r Merino' .._•; Ji ;.:•.\u25a0.] >. ; 5V.j • "\u2666>" .
:•\u25a0: :y. . . ...ilnrer Psper : \. ...V.|^- ':|: 12% 1"2%/
.; \u25a0....,...! Dr. pfd ...... .1:-., ::,-Uv,v-^"f" ; 56. .
• •\u25a0\u25a0: • . . ;Wr .Pump. ; . ..\. .-..:". !.«:::-'.t "42.%' 43 -.
..;\u25a0-...: . '..I Do pfd .....;-.:L',..:Ct.:: :.^1,52%-. S3,- •
•• ••\u25a0-••\u25a0 ooo'lowa Cectral. . .,. "-19U!- '3tf»: \u25a0"' K-l» '-. -W\
-v-... .."..' Do pfd . ..:..::!;. ... :!-.>..;> -m \u25a0£\u25a0,
. ; : v ..:. ::.!K C v>2^,.32%
".:.•' V;. ....\u25a0: Do r rt ........1.v.,:.K,v.. :«6 v,i;6i ..;
:.•:,..\u25a0 v'Lake Erie & W, .liV.jvj^vy ; : 17%-;/ 1»%;
•' •"' 'L & N:. :,-:-. ---i^:^-^--- 345\V146%.'
\u25a0--- "- ..I Do r*<l '\u25a0 \u25a0-.:.-.'. -T.-V:.-v>!v:v:.-:f--75%1-74;-
:'-V: . WOManhsttan ...... \W .A;»2^|l«gi Hf^i
:' ; •\u25a0: : \u25a0 200 Mexirsa CeTSTmI.-t \u25a0 33"%: : v?3%i'RS^ :"?>\u25a0
;«;;\u25a0; -v.-iiJHna &St L..^.^' ; v.;..!.vv.:1;29% :3rt \u25a0
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0••"-'•\u25a0\u25a0- . I \u25a0 Do pfd ...-.' .v.1.-. :-.,-. : i:-.-.;..r"45-. 54.
; W,M StP&SS 3J.. ? 14J%-'lSii%'ir-» > 9% 142 ..
' •\u25a0 f Do pfd......1.-h"--.-..k0'..]14? \u25a0• ll» : -.
v:> "vv::.'m'» K*n& T»>Kas'::.wa:Vv.:i-fi4%! 54%
'\u25a0\u25a0'.\u25a0. \u25a0'\u25a0-\u25a0'..\u25a0 D^ pfd .:.\u25a0.!. -.-.:. 1. >.:., |«H '67%
- V' Missouri Psrffic...'! M:\ (.'s3^! 54 ! r>}i f
.-Natioaal 1,e6d.. :..4:'.v, .ivV- -^ mi i'
: :-;..ri- :•:"/ do ***...... ...i. :,•:. ;],;\u25a0-.: JlO5 .rio-
.' v . . . . Kationsl \u25a0 Biscuit:: ! V..-. : : 112", \u25a0
i",:-:t.:'Mt Do pfd .!;-^:;:^:.}..>.'. Ie?
V S '.fflfl'Xwii!* :Oris: Oris '\u25a0 201.4: -DO-i,! 2'lis! 2»U
: K^;N V Air. Brake. \u25a0;\u25a0;•• ttSV '<**i\ f* j'^ I*.1 *.
'\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0: :<-2'"^'N*»w York<:e"tral,'Jl«^ ! ljS*i l .lis«i!li'fi .
:.. '-; -\u25a0. TOON V C-& St L.,-:i fiS%^.«7 "\ 6SS <?• ;
-: \u25a0:,\u25a0\u25a0'. : \u25a0'• d.> Ist pfd, .:..;;. ....M/.-lji^nnv
.- : : : '/.. . vy s H /& H:.::}<::.::u...,n?a. ! n4%
iC'V'l-JN V Ont &\u25a0 W; :;';;> \u25a0:\u25a0,<,;: .-'.M 42% 43
/\u25a0': "ioo&wtott & WestV-,1 99... 1 95%! W i 99iJ
\u25a0;:'\u25a0\u25a0.:.. . .."North Araer can.-j. . . -V ....\u25a0.;.! '•*• ; "\u25a0•>•
-.\u25a0"j \u25a0' :ftr,r. Northern Pariflc .>1.19 \u25a0 \u25a0 11R\4 ;11S"*-,T19 .
\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0S. . \u25a0-. . : .. "Orea-ha ..,:... .\u25a0•.i.v:;-.,.-:'. -.1140
: : . -.>.....! \u25a0 \u25a0Do-. P fd,\ < ...".-.-.r v> v..-i:,.:".,:i52 i.f» -
\u25a0 V "v.-: . . ! :ipari&c Mail ,. : . . .I .'.-. I- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 --' *2% 3S
\u25a0\u25a0:z\.)::J Dopfd . .... ; :::.iV..v,H::-.1 -SS H«? •
-.•'•. "".. - : Perm R R Co.-- . - !131%"-:i31'«4-!131 1 %i13-l ! si
',"'.\u25a0\u25a0 i?/WipponV»"s Ga«r";vjW» liO^4Jl<«%tlO9 .
\ \u25a0''.:. 4^'PiTr*burg C&iUz<.\.3o%\ 20%J 20.%! 21
•-• \u25a0.•..'.;,.! Do pM....-.:...,vC;.-,li. \u25a0--\u0084: 70- ! 71%
• ' ;.-.:..:.;1P CC &st L.\:!..-;.--l::.-.i !*» »f^
:. : :-:\u25a0:.-..{ do p m.. ;\u25a0.:.:,.\u25a0:<\u25a0.,:.. a-.,.<... 1112 . n«
- .-'-,, " . /Prw-sed Steel Car, * . ; . .. -A .- . : ... . ! "* : 3-> -
\u25a0\u25a0.:.).,..[ do pfd:..,:Vu::-i.w-^s-.--] »" : i £?>
-. V.;....-Rv St«>j fspripss:|i: : : ;? .v.. 1:35%] 5514
\u25a0•'; :• M'.f/io: Reading ..... . ..; \u25a0\u25a0.'l?s3V.]iSlwJg?ms2s'
\u25a0 \u25a0:\.:....] Do in -pfd.'. :\,i- -;.-.i.!.;-," PT, R9 .
•-v^....1 Do 2d pfd.. \, :':.;. •-I-- .:.1 »5' 88
:' ; --"^v; ...ißepublK S & 1. 1...... :\u25a0:)':.. yJ 33%
•.Vj.".-.:.'. Do r M:.......^..,....),..:.i:&7%! 9«%
•".•\u25a0\u25a0' 3 200' R^"k Island Co..| 33%! ?,2%!:«at 33i,
;-- \u25a0 3OO! Ho pfd ;-i f4%: «4%! 64%}-fi5V»
:.: J 2Of> Sl^ss SS & I Co.! :^l%! 50%1 Sl%l 52
-.'--.;..-.. | Do pfd .!,."--..!! :jX«S JIW
•:"\u25a0\u25a0.. ..StT. iSF Ist -pfdi. '.".-. \l. ...'.-• 60 ].R4
:;-••". : : : 100! Do 2.1 pM:.. ..! ,42 !42 ! 41%r 42
.'-\u25a0:- .! St L '& S W;....!. 1...:.! 2«>. 129%
:: \u25a0:\u25a0;,....;! D«» pfd ...1.....! ] BS- i 09 ;
•' •'\u25a0\u25a0- 2.300 Southern Pacific. .'llS<* ai7*iillß%!n<%
-\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0'•'"': '.-. .". .".iSont hern Railwayi .! > 2:.%' 2r.%
•.-\u25a0 ; :•: :iooi !">o pfd — :.. 1 53" ' 59 \u25a0 1 r,ox 4 ! j-.n-*
•' '\u25a0•\u25a0 -I.SOOTenn Copper ...L37%i 37%!. 27%! -""%
'. • \u25a0 : 3.f«>oT«xas Parino ...I 27%! 27% l 26%i27%
•-',-. Tbir<l Are 1...,.^ ! 13% 13%
'.V.. iTol St . L & W..!. :...{..,-.-! 26% -2S
i\u25a0 : • ROOi Do pfd - 1 59 is3• iSS 5»
V -I-.... .Twin City R T..},. .;."!;... -UO9 . !U1 \u25a0
\u25a0 :...1.:...!Un Bap & Paper!. ..,.;.%... *\u25a0 *
••"•\u25a0.-......! Do pM •! 1.--..-! PS I <W
- 4*s£oMCMoii Pncific ...!173^1172%!173%!17354
.\u25a0; 100! Do pfd ...-..-I BSgjJgftHD* «W
'; >L....Jrn Rds of S F.. 1. ;..-..... SO 32
\u25a0 ".-: ' Do pf<l ...-•. :..!'.. ..".-. .....-.' .50 1"55%
•\u25a0" I "iwr S Cast I Pipe.! 19 119 Jl6 :» =
"•• I Do pfd .......1., ...i ! .M.-.I 60
1; . " ' ' "aOO'U S Rubber. ... -I 36 i 35r»t,J ?!6 | 36%
. \ - ; do ist p m:. ...],-:.!-:•.\u25a0.. i.no%!nii.4
:" •= -I" Do 2<i pfd. .. ..(... ..<:- ...1 71%] 73
;^4*n«>m S steel Cor!.-! 78W 77%i'7«:?fc -78%
. " • i'ww; Do pfd \u0084..:..!117-ni117%1117. [117%
; --. i:2ot> TTUh Copper . .. ". 49%j 4R«4i 4JJ4 49%
.- ::':.2.i00:v«-car Ch<»m Cdl 66% 1 64 6r.% C 5%
.. Wells Farsrv Ex I -U^ \W
, •.- IV.0 -w-fstPrn Union... .71% 71%! 72 t 72%
1. 3or, Vl-estinchonse ... 73*1 72«*1 73 73%
.;•,- :w & L E [ ...:. -5% 6%
"*\u25a0 /};....• Do Ist pM L... :-..- 16; 16%
. ;-......1 Do 2d pfd. ...4:.... ....-j .7% S%
,-. \u25a0 T.r/HVWis Central ....| 62%-! 5S%iC2%| €3
\u25a0 292.21X*— toral shares fold. ; . %i\
:.•'.. »w ' York Bond* '
V 8 ref 2s rep.-i^^i'lnt Met 4%« ...'.. Km
'"-• ."\u25a0.•"no coupon . . . .ifO-^'lrit Mer. Mar 4%». 65%
'"• \u25a0 Po ?.t> fs I'Ol-^i! Japan 4* .-.• R9%
" • " Uo ' r>.u;>on \u0084 . .101%! Do 4%* ". 94%
.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 f>> j; r^r. 135 iKan Cify So Ist -3s 73%
\u25a0' " ' ftn rvMipoh ....13 T >%!r> Shor deb 45. 1931 95%
•"'\u25a0• A'lls-Cbal Ist ss. 7S IL A "N united 4s. 1>7%
'\u25a0 -Ainrr- Anrlcnl -Gn.VXt ]M. X" i- Ter Ist 4* 07*4
"-\u25a0->Wr T&T -rv .48.1051*!. Do pen.4%s ... S3
•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Anie'r- Tobacfo 4s. Ro%;Mc> Pacific .!?. .... 77%
•"•\u25a0' !>• 06 lf^ I *^ DO ct 5s ctfis..-^
•\u25a0 : ' Armour 4U« .... «2 "IN E.of Mex-4%5. 94%
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0Mrh jren 4a ...."7&%iN f C gen 3%5.. R9 \u25a0
i -.-" Do cr 4R : -lf>6 .I Do deb 4s .-..•.. 94%
t '••'•Do ' cr'3* ...---. 10S%!NY;KH& He»H e» 65.134%
•Atlau C -i; Ist 4S. 93%! Nor & W" Ist ,con4s 99V4
: ••£\u25a0« &' Ohio 4s'. . !>si*l Do ct 4s ; lOOV4
-.;.'\u25a0'\u25a0 3Vs ;•• 92% Xftr Pacific. 45.-. ..100
- " J>o S*W 3%p. . "' »0 I Do 3s 71
; Brf«oklynTr ot 4s_. 53%10S .Line rfdp 4e.'93%
=\u25a0 ;\u25a0 ffflWl Of G« •ssTlO6%rPa rr 3% 6 ," 1915 fIST»
\u25a0"\u25a0=>*iif leather ss-- «9% ! Pa • eon 4s 103%
"CRR of NJ fn ss. 1228il Reading gen. 45... 9SJ4
\u25a0."\u25a0 .-Gb«-f & Obi« 4U.5.101% St L A S F fg 4s. gltf
. • LKj^f 5s ..... 03% IVJ cen.os ?fi%
'\u25a0\u25a0 rhi & T Alton 3V.R- 70%! St L S W con 4*. 76
' C B& Q Join.t*4s"-96i* Do Ist gold ft-. 91
'•\u25a0Do cen 4f.?...- irrVSeeboard A L 4s: 72M
" - C.M&StP gn S%« »2 ISO Pacific col 45.. 91 J«
• "rRL&:-Piic col 4s 7414 Do" ct 4s. flS^.
" Do rr^dz 4s "•*»% Do Ist ref 4e..94%i
• Colo todnf-5* J- 77 ISO Railway 55....10S
Col So riext 4%« »7% UtUon rarlflc 4*. l<«]h
' nel- & Had CT 4s. »«.% •Door 4s . . ia.V*
••Kn & Ri* G 45.-94H Do.Jst * «•! '4. .07
• m-: xcl 3« ..... 32lirf -S Rubber C 5...103
MONEY ON CALL
AT HIGH RATE
NTEW YORK. Nov. I.— The stock
market reflected ah almost total
abandonment of operations which
have kept up an appearance or
animation for some time, and
which have been attributed com
monly to powerful private bank
ing interests. There was a strik
ing shrinkage in the volume of.
transactions, but what was most
remarkable was the heavy decline
in the proportion of the dealing's
in Upited States Steel.
Compared with a share equal
to a third of the total yesterday
and for several days last week.
United 1 States Steel accounted, tor
barely a sixth of the dealings to
day. . \u0084
' A factor in the intense dullness
and neglect of the dealings was
the holiday" in foreign markets,
.the London and Paris stock ex
changes ' being -closed on- account
of All Saints' day. according to
custom. . '
• Cleveland. Cincinnati, Chicago. &
St. Louis stock was made the ob
ject of an umpleasant demonstra
tion of the thinness .of the market
a.nd of the indifference of the deal
ings An order" to sell a single
1-00 -share lot of this stock found
the- market bare of bids above
61. although sales were made yes
terday at 71 and the bid. at the
closing last night was 69. The
l<f*o shares were sold, therefore,
at 61. Within half an hour an
other 100 shares were bought at 63
and there were sales later at 70.
Carelessness in the execution of an
order was alleged to be the cause
for the erratic course of the stock
rather than any development bear
ing on value. New York Central
also was heavy during the morn
ins:. -
A. rise In the price of copper in
London, an increase in October
exports of the metal and a de
crease in the European visible
supply in the two weeks to No
vember 1 were, instrumental in
raising, the. price of the copper in
dustrials.
There was a rise in the call
money rate to 4 1 ! per fent, the
highest for the fall season. The
Bubtreasury withdrew cash from
the ban.ks" again. Foreign ex
change rates declined. Rates for
-time loans were very firm.
-The aggressive advance in Cana
dian Pacific to a record price at
2f»2U. was a sustaining influence
on the general list.
Bonds were steady. Total sales,
par value. $1,994,000.
United. States bonds were un
changed on call.
. NEW YORK. Xov. I.— E. F. Hut
ton & Co.'s wire says: "The .stock
market today continued to be a
'purely professional affair as re
. jrards the leading" issues. These
stocks were sold early- in the ses
sion by. bear traders, "with the re
sult that a covering: movement re-
EJulted in the afternnn upder the
leadership .of specialties in which
Canadian Pacific and it«? sub
sidiaries xrere the leaders. Im
portant bankers seemed to be do
inpr little or . noth.msr. the market
"not requiring support in lieu of
there being no selling pressure
other than from a small nrofes
• siohal rontinsront. The fact of
. money . not poing over the 4 per
cent" figure over, the first of the
month was a favorable feature in
the immediate outlook."
Dlrtlllerß "s 74%.iU S Steel 2d r.f>.l<VS"v i
trie prior ilni '45.-K."i-i ! V. < i Car Chorii ss. .100 j
Do c"n 4s .. " IWabasb l?t 5s 10S% 1
\u25a0 D.v<-t 4s. s«»r A 76 I D« Ist & ext 4s. 66% |
. Do ,t 4s. sor B 70 .'Western M 4 45... .««% I
f;»D Qwt ot sft.vl'47«*lWert!ne ni ct ss. of*. !
11l -CfU. Ist ref "4s. .97iji!Wls Central 45... 93%:]
\u25a0/ • • .Scy»- York ""liniiic: Stock* I
Alice" ...... .'.:.... 2.so:Llttle Chief 10.
Com T-unnel- Stock . 21 i Mexican 1.15 1
«'om Tiinnel .Bonds W.Ontarlo ..." 2.25 I
Cori A'a Mm ;<-••\u25a0>.. l.OOlOphlr 1 .25 j
Horn Silver .."..'. • S7| Standard ..» 45!
Iron :: -SUrer 1 .-10" Yellow Jacket ... 50 j
Leadtiile.Ton io| • \u25a0
/ . ' >«>\u25a0»" y*>*" k Curb Stork* j
. :'-" : rt!d. Ask".' • Bid. Ask. j
ArafrT<* -. -429 4SO I.Ahio 1% \~k\
Bra den : -41* 4%!Rav Central. . 2 0-I6 2N, j
Brit Coluhr. . 6% 7 I Rjiy Con ... 20% 20U
r.r? -CoaliHon 19 "" 20 San Tor 2O 2.T
Chi "Sabwar. '4% 5" !Sran<i-.iTd Mill 16 1« :
Chin* ...:..". ZV* 22 1 Do ofd ... 50 55 j
C<-ns Ariz ..115-16 2 i.'Standarl 0i1. 611 612 |
aimElj" ... '5' IO \u25a0 IStiper & Pitts 13% 13%
Dolores ; 4-% s'^. Tri Bullion... 7-16 9-16
Daris Daiy..l"* 1 l-lCTUnlon Cop . . 514 6
Fi R.-yo ...• S% 3V,| Do pfd ... 10 2o
FJr C^nt ... 21 •• 2T! l.nn:Rico 3 5
First Natnl.. 3% • 3% i Yukon 3% 4
Glronx ...... T% 7%'Frae:ior? 3O 33 !
Daisy ..-,.-• 3 R JJombo Ex .. 30 32 j
Florence ..-.,. 1% 2 iNev- Utah . . .1% 1.3-10 1
Oreenp Can.. 7% 7%"!>Tason Val. .9 IS-16 10i s |
flug Expross.l9o ins. .iF-ly Cotj 25 30
Inspiration .-. 9 9 l-16:BeImont 4% 4%
Inter Rub ". ." 27% 27%lNev Hi!!s ...2% 2 7-16
Kerr Lake -..6 7-16 6%jMays ....... 70 75
La Rfi-e ... 4Ti 5 I June 15' 2O
Mlsmf ...... ifi'y 20t4!PaIr.io r 1 5-lfi 1 7-lfi
Mines, of "Am 4S 55 JKeystone 2% 2%
Mont? Sho... 10' 15 'So. Utah 1% 1~,
Xipifsinc ... 11 11% IV;
' "' Boston Stock* and Bonaln il'.t'.T
BOSTON. Not. 1. — F.." F, HuTton & Co's wlr«
eayp. The morning session of the Boston com>er
mirket was' exceedingly quiet, but the under
tone conticned North Butte was the
prominent . feature." adranclnc to 34%. Other
departments o-f the- market ».-ere iaaotiTe. with
tor tone irregular.
The Hast Butte minins company has . just
finished orosscut'iins a vefn of remarkable rlch
•ness on the ROO foot level at the point of in
tprseetion. Tbe <ire body is fully 40 feet wide
and .aTPrspes better -than 10 per cent copper.
There. »re rich streaks running as high as 30
per cent.
The rAHorring " Ft ' !s famished by E. F. Hllt
ton'&.Co.. 490 California street.' San Francisco:
, .•; Bid. Ask.! Bid. Ask.
Adventure . . ' S% 8% 1 North I>«ke... S% R%
AH«uex 143 43%11)1d- Dominion 40% 41V'.
Arcadian ...'4% 5 !Oseeoi a 132%133
Ariz Com ... 1R lß%'Ojibwav S S%
Atlantic RVi- »%IParrot :. 14 —
A.'P ."•" •*% 5 iQuiney 76 7R
Do Dfd •\u25a0- I s 15%! Shannon • 13% 13%
Halaklala ... 5 ' s%lSanta Fe ... 1% 2
Ft« "Coalition 19U 20 I United Shoe. 54% 55t;
Cal &'Ari«.. rA 54% IDo pfd ... 25> 29%
Cal &.nerla.sss — ISuper & Bost 7% £
Centennial ..20 22 ISuptT & Pitts 13\fc 13%
\u25a0Coppi: Range 71 U 72 !Snpe r Copper. 51 % ."2%
Daly Wett.. 3% 4%|T»maraek ... — 00*
F.ast Butte.. K T i|-TTsnlty 5 G
Franiilin lUi ll%jU S Mining. 40 40%
Orajiby 35*4 36 I Do pfd ... 45% 49
Hancock 2*% 2S%'Utah Apex .. 3% 3%
Helvetia 1% 2 (Utah Cons .. 23% 24%
Isl" Rbya!e.. 22U 23 iVictoria ..... 2% 3
Indiana 1394 16 I Wolverine ...125 132
Kerr Lake .. r,% 6%tW/Vndotte .. 1% 1%
Keweenaw .. 3% 4 iWinona "9% 9%
Lake Copper. 39' i 39%!Greene Can... 7% 7%
f.a Salle. ... 10% 11 IGSroux 7% 7% I
M*ss Coa .. fl% 10 !Ray Con ;.. 20V4 20%
Mexico Con.. 7 15 lAlgomah 11% 11%
Mich Mln".. 4% Siilßoi & Albany.22o 224
j Mohawk 50 — |Bost & Maine.l3l 132
Newhouse .... 1% 1% United Fruit.. 181 %IS2
North. Butte. 35% ?,.>%lßost EHevator.l27%l2S
Nev" Cons .. 2Q\ H 20%!
Boston Curb Stocks j
Bid. Ask.: Bid. Ask.
Ariz & Mich. 10 15 !Eagle &88. 75 70
Ahmeek ...J95 200 [Ely Witch.... 10 14
Bohemia .... 4% 5 (inspiration .. 9 9 1-16
Boston Ely.. 1 l%\Uxf Oak 27 25
Calaveras ... 7% S iMajestic 50 51
Cactus 20 21 IMason" Val .. 9% OTt
Chief. Cons.. 1% I%'Nev Douglas. 2 2%
Corbln 4% 4%:0hi0 1% 1%
Chino 21 21%'Oneoo 2 2>»
Davis Daly.. 2 2 I-I6SOIIUI Lake... 7% fe
London Closing Si«»<-ks
Holiday. .
Bar silver— Dull 25 13-lGd per ounce.
Money — K54% per cent.
The rate of discount in 'the open market for
j»hort l>illF is 4% per cent and for three months'
bills 4U per cent.
Treasury Statement
• WASHINGTON. Nov. I.— The condition of the
.treasury at the beginning of business today was ;
as follows:
Trust funds — Gold coin. . $599.559.669: silver
dollar*. 5459.065.000: silver dollars of IS9O,
53.518.000; silver certificates outstanding, $459,-
OGS',OOO.
General fund — Standard silver dollars In gen
eral fund. $633,229: current liabilities, $114.
j 960.900:- working, balance in treasury offices.
! $32,170,564; \u25a0 in bankß to credit of treasurer of
the United States, $35,659,999; subsidiary silver
c»in. $16,935,517: mtnor coin. ?652,155; total
balance In general fund. $55.655,932.
Pennsylvania Declares Dividend
PHILADELPHIA.- Not. 1. — The directors of
the Pennsylvania railroad company declared the
regularly quarterly dividends of 1% per- cent
Chicag-o Discount Rnte
CHICAGO, Nov. 1. — Exchange on New York,
2<K; discount. . .
»-»r York Money .Market
NEW YORK. Nov. 1. — Money on call strong
nt 3 s irt4% «>er i-ent ; rulics rate. ; 3% pcr -cent;
closing bid. .»% p*"r cent, offered at 4 per cent.
• Time loans very <1 nil br.t linn: 60 nnd 00 ilays.
t 1'.1Q.0 per ecu t; six mouths', i r ji4t4%. Ocr ceut.
• .- \u25a0"--''.
THE SAN FRANCISCO;' GALL, WEDNESDAY, rNOVEMBER 2; 1910. %
Local Securities More Active
Comstock Shares Siiffo a Decline
Prlme.mercantile paper. 5i4(g6 per cent. •
Sterling exchange steady at a decline, with
actual business in bankers' bills at $4.5205(g
4.8215 for 60 day bills and at $4.86 for demand.
Commercial bills, $-}.81%<g4.51?&.
Bar silver. 56c.
Mexican dollars. 46c. .
Government and railroad bonds steady.
Northern Business)
PORTLAND. Nor. I.— Clearings. $2,142,303;
balances, $297,449.
TACOMA. Nov. I.— Clearings, $706,555 ; bal
ances. $49,490. . "
SEATTLE. Nov. I.— Clearings, $1,531,055; bal :
snees. $130,593.
SPOKANE. Nov. I.— Clearings, $"$1,041; bal
ances. $110,050.
Loans, Exchange and SHYer \u25a0
The Tenyo Mara took out a treasure list of
' $504*500 in silver bullion, of which the Hong
kong and Shanghai bank shipped for Hongkong
$193,000. the Anglo and London Paris bank $170.
000 to Hongkong and the International banking
corporation 5141,500 to Calcutta.
Prime, mercantile paper ...5 <R6 per cent
j Loans on real 'estate s%<§S per cent
Sterling exchange, 60 days — <Jj4.S2>,£
Sterling exchange, sight..'. -". — fii4.R6V'2 v \u25a0 .
Sterling exchange, cables —laA.S'*,?
New York exchange, sight — @ -02>i
New York exchange, telegraphic. — ® .05' .
Hongkong exchange, eight.....!. — @ .4534
Hongkong exchange, telegraphic. — @ .45%
Silver, per ounce — w -f>6
Mexican dollars, nominal... — <S -50 .
CONTINENTAL
New York »on Paris 520 .
New York on Mexico 201^
Paris on London '.
Berlin on London 20.47 M:
STOCK MARKET
Business in local stocks and bonds yesterday
was far • above the recent average, the sales
of bonds alone totaling $107,000, of which
$62,000 were in Spring Valley water general
mortgage . 4 per cents and $20,000 in telephone
5 per cent*. The United Railroads bonds were
lower at $67.12%. The feeling in stocks was
firm, higher stocks being- California wine at
$37. Associated oil at $44.25 and telephone pre
ferred stock at $f>4. Ast-oolated oil bonds were
also higher at ?»4.57%. \u25a0
The following bonds were ex coupon: United
States 4s. $1; United States 3s, 75c; Honolulu
R. T and L. 6s. $3; Sacramento electric, gas
and railway ss. $2.50; Southern Pacific railroad
first consolidated guaranteed ss, $2.50; Valley
Counties power ss, $2.50.
The following stocks were ex dividend: Alaska
packers' association, $1.50; .Palmer oil com
pany, lc. •
The Pacific ?sr and electric company has de
clared a quarterly dividend of $1.50 per share
on the preferred stock, payable November 15, to
share holders of record October 31.
The Alaska packers* association has declared
a dividend of $1.50 per share, payable Novem
ber 10.
Bond and Stock Sales
Sales on the stock and bond exchange in Octo
ber were an follows:
~~~ ~ Price.
SECURITIES
I Sales Low jHigh
BONDS I I I
Associated Oil Co 20,000 04% 05^
Bay Counties Power Co . 3.0f«0 10134 102U
Cal G & E Gen M & G T... 15,000 97i« PO
California Wine Association.. 1.000 S7Vj
City Electric Co 10.000 SS 80%
: Ferries & Cliff House Ry .... 2.0001 101 H
Hawaiian Cotcm"l & Sugnr Co 13.0C«"»i 101 ».«•
L«s Angeles Railway Co . 18.0ftO| -" - - . ." 105 > 4
! Ijos Angeles Lighting Co. Gtd 1.000 OS.
L A-Pncific R R Ist Con Mtg R.OOO 101 1*5
! L A-PaciSo R R of Ca1. ..... 5.000 W%
Market Street Cable Co 1,000 103
.Market St Ry Ist Cons Mtge. 14,000 OS fWi;
Northern Ry'Co (of Cal) J 3,000,1101,4 110^
i Northern Cal Power Co * : 3.000| 1101*4
1 Northern Cal Power Co Con . 2,0001 04*4
! Oakland Transit Co 10.000 108%
I Oakland Transit 2.000 104 -
Oakland Traction Cons ...... 10.000 07 OS'i
I Oakland Traction Co ....... 4,000 02 93
i Oakland Water Co. guaranteed 1.000 fm»;
I Omnibus Cable Railway 15.000 .:... 106 ».*
P.iHfi> Electric Ry Co 9,000 104 IW7
Pacific Tel & Tel Co." 55.000 »S^ JSn.4
I P^plp-;; Water Co - - 105.000 64% tVUi
'; Sacrair.pnto Elec Gas & Ry.. . 0.000 102 10214
! S P R R of Cal (19121 1.100 102
iS F Oakland & San Jo?e Ry.. 6.000 10«
I Do 2d mortgage 10.000! 04^
8 P Branch Ry of Cal . . 5.000 12414 125
S P R R Co Ist refunding.. 41.f«".0 95% ftSVi
I Spring Valley W Co gen mtge 147.000 fHHi OOVi
! T'nlted Railroads of S F. 47.000 67 f®
iValley Counties Power C 0... 11,000 J>tS2 100^
: stocks
j Water — I
I Marin County 18 SSVi
1 Spring Valley Water Co 365 4S 4!>
: Gas and Electric —
City Electric Company ; 60 51 Vi 521 i
Northern Cal Power Co Con . . 350 60 «2
Oro Water L & P Co 265 61 62Vi
Pacific Lighting -Corp pfd... 135 7fii*.
B inks —
Bank of California. N A..... 57 20334 204%
I Central Trust Co of Cal. 20 123
i Street Railroads — , I
(California 3S 125
j Powder — \u25a0 " > i
I E. I. dv Pont de Nemours pfd 105 S3 5314
Giant Consolidated Co.. 45 S6
Sugar— \u25a0 •
Hawaiian Comm'l & Sugar Co 4.770 "?>% ?,Z
Honokaa Sugar Co r.r.O 12^ 1415
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation. S6O 16 16*4
Makaweli Sugar Co *\u25a0".\u25a0""> 32* i 34^
Onomes Sugar Co S4O 40% 45
Paaubau Sugar Plantation... 505 22V(> 25
Union Sugar Co 40.j 05Vj 6514
Oil-
Associated Oil Co 2.410 4314 45
Palmer Oil Co 200 1.35
Miscellaneous —
Alaska Packers' Association. 430 86 SSI4
Cal Fruit Canners' Association * 80 101 103
California Wine Association. 530 31 ofiiA
Pacific Tel & Tel Co pfd 290 92 9314
Do common 1.350 40% 45V 4
STOCK AXD BOXD EXCHANGE
TUESDAY. Nov. 2—10:30 a. m.
T.'NITED STATES BONDS
Bid. Ask. I Bid. Art.
4s or cp new — — J3s qr coup... — • —
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS
Ala A W ss. — 100 !O G.L&H os.loo —
Am R El ss. 93% — |Oak Tran 65.10814 —
Asso Oil ss. f»4% — fOak Tran 55.104 —
Ray CPC 55.101 M! — IO Tran Cn 5s — 104i£
Cai C G -3s.lO«Vi — O Trac Cn 5s OS/i 99
Cal G& E g "•-. O Trac Co 5s —94
m& ct ss. — 9!>V!i O W gtd ss. 90 9«»
Cal st C 55. 101U — Onj Cable 6s. — 10()Vi
Cal Wine r>s. 87 PS |Pac Glm 4*. S2 —
City El 55..— 90 IP E Ry 55..— —
C C.Wat ss. — 90 I Pac L&P ss.' 99
Do p mgss — 94%| Do gtd ss. 100 U, — '
Ed El LA ss. 9514100 IPac T&T ss. v9n% 99ij
Ed L&P 65. 107 — IP & C H 65.100
DnPt P 414s S4li SS jP i- O R 6s. 100 _
First F TrSs.lOlit. — " I People's Wss 6S • —
F&• C H 65. 101 — Powell st fis.. 99 . —
H C & S ss. — ' — Sac EG&RSs. — 101 \
Hon R T 65.100 — S Diego R sb. — .—
L Tahoc Rss — 105 . S J L&P ss. 97*4 — •
1. A Elec ss. 9S — SPBIRt Cb — —
LAG &Elss 98 — 15F.0.& SJss.lo6^lO6^
Do Oor ss. 56% — | Do 2d mgss — ftflJ^
iLA Ry 55.. 105 — i Do Con ss. — 96 \u25a0
LALgtd 08. — 100 ISJ& SCR 4MiB — S5
LAP Icm 58.10114102 ISierra R 6».. 106
LAP Cal ss. 99% — IS P of C 6s
Marin W 58.100% — | (1912) .... — 102V4
Mki st C 6?.1fi2% — ISPC leg sff.Ho
Dv lem-ss. 99 IXK> S P B R 6s. — 127« i
MV& MtTss. — 102V4 SPRR Ist r4s 96 96Vi
N -R of C 55.110%" — Stkn G&E 65.100 — :
i N C Ry 55.. — 10.% SV W g mg4s 90% —
N C P Co 5s — 102 WU G & E ss. — 100
NCP Cn r»9 — 04% UR of.SF 4s. 67 67VJ
X El Co ss. — J»2H VarCo^P-Ss. 98
WATEh STOCKS / •
Marin Co . . — — |S- V Wat Co. 48% 49%
GAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS
I City El Co.. 5114 — I Pac L pfd... 76 —
! V Cal Power 61% 63 I Do com ... 67% —
oro W. L&P 61% 63 ]
i INSURANCE STOCKS
Cal Ins Co.. 7Z> SO IPac C Cas C0.155V4170
1 Firetnn's Fd.245 I \u25a0 - -
1 BANK STOCKS
Am Nil 8k.129 135 lFirst Natn1. .220 250
Auglo &L0n.1.".0 155 iMer Nat Bk. — —
Bank of Ca1.204 207 |Union T Co.. — —
Cent Trust.. l 23 126 I \u0084 • *
SAVINGS BANKS • .
Ger S &-L.2550-2flOo |Mut Say Bk. — —
Hum. S Bk.. — 140 (Sec Say Bk.. — 330
\u25a0STREET,. RAILROAD -STOCKS
California .. — — [Presidio ..... 25 32%
POWDER STOCKS
Dv Pont pfd 52% 53% I Giant Con * :.'-S3: .'-S3 —
Do com ..142% 150 i • -:'v l 't : .,k
SUGAR STOCKS
i Hawaiian C. 33% 34\i|Makawell S C 33% —
Honokaa S C 1214 — jOnomea S C. '41% —
I Hutch SPC 16 — iPaauhan'S •(!."— 23:
Kilauca.S C 12 — ll'nion S Co. . 67U 70
OIL STOCKS
Amal Oil Co. — 60' (Union Prov '..lo3 —
Asso Oil Co. 44H 44%[Unlted Pet. .104 106
Palmer Oil.. 1.35 i4r!W Coast -O-pf — 101
Sterling 0i1... 2 ' 2%T •Do com : . .. — —
Union Oil ..ia> "\u25a0— \u25a0\- •. . :. ...
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
Alaska P A. S6 — tPac Aux FA— 5:
, Cal F C A.. 104 I(X> |Pae C 80rax.155 —
Cal Wine A. 37 • 37V4H'ae T&T pfd OSTi-WtJ'
JIV& MtTm. — — I Do com • .V. 40 •- 42
N Alas S Co. — 115 IPhllip T &.T 23% —
Sales • .
: ', ' Morning Session .
. j Hoard — \u25a0\u25a0.•'•"\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0•-' *
25 Associated Oil Co. .. 44.00
."0 A><*nHated~Oli Co.. .....;....'..\u25a0 44:12%
,'^...T,0 California Wine A*5n.. '......:. 37.00-"
50 Makaweli Sugar C 0 ,... .,....". .'.':W.25 '
\u25a0 20 X Cal Power. Co C0n ..:....... 62 . 00
40 Ononffa Sugar C 0 . ..' .....? ..... 42.00 •
• 1.T.0 Pa rifle Tel &- .Tel (nfd). ....... i»4.<>o" j
53.000 Associated Oil- Co us. . ."•.'. . . . . . 05.00 '•;
\u25a0 -'\u25a0-\u25a0/. ' ' \u25a0 ' ' ' - : ; :
$1,000 City Electric Co 5s £°-'?
\u25a0$1,000 Market st Ry Ist con 55... :. • 9»-2o
$3,000 Pacific Tel- & Tel 55.: '. : -'"'55-55'
$5,000 People's Water Co 55..' 65.25
$2,000 S P R R Ist refdg 45. ....?.; >>.S'tt
$2,000 United R R of S F 4s .<6...5
Street— „ '
$1,000 Associated Oil Co 5s 05.00
\u25a0 '\u25a0 Afternoon Session . ,
Board — „,,
75 Associated Oil Co 44.12ij
10 Associated Oil Co. "*l -^
205 California Wine Assn 37. <£
30 Giant Powder 85.00
' 20 Hawaiian Coml & Sugar..; . 33.75
10 Makaweli Sugar C 0... 33.75.
60 Onoraea Sugar Co. 42.00
500 Palmer Oil Co. ••• J -35
52.000. Associated OH, Co ss: .-• 94.R7U
$l,Ono Oakland Traction Con 5s 05. 50
$3,000 People's Water Co 55.. ... 65.25
$1,000 United R R of S F 45. ....... 67. 12 Vi
$62,000 Spring Val Wat gen mtge 45.. 90.50
Street—, .
.$20,000 Pacific Tel & Tel 55...... 09.25;
UM.ISTED SECURITIES I
Bid. Ask.! " Bid. 'AVl.
Cal Wine pfd 77^ — Pac G&E ss. 88% —
Noble Xl Stl. — 30 |Peop:W com. 2*4 2"i
Ocean S Ryos 24 25 IS Cruz P Cem 32»4 ,42J^
0 Trac com 20 31 '\u25a0 \ Western Pss 95 - — >
Pac G&E pfd SS SSVjlMechan S Bk — -"5
Do com 6!)»4 6941 •
SALES
78 California Win? Aesn (pfdK.. . .78.00 \u25a0
150 Pacific Gas & Electric (com).. 69. 00
25 Pacific Gas & Electric (com).. 69. 3~Vi
55 Pacific Gas &. Electric (com);. 69.50,
10 People's" Water -Co' (pfdjl . . . .. 40:00'
$2,000 Western Pacific Ry 55. ....:.'.-. &5. 25
$25,000 Pacific Gas . & Electric • ">5: . ... : 95.50.i
MINING STOCKS
\u25a0 There was renewed' activity '•; in • the leading
Comstocks yesterday, with prices ' lower. Con
solidated Virginia sold down to 9Sc, j against
Monday's closing price of $1.02%. Mexican down
to $1.07%.. against $1.17%. and Ophir dowß'to
; $1.15. against $1.25. . The other : Comstocks were
quiet.
. The only change of note. 'In • the southern
Nevadas was a decline in Belmont from $4.70
to $4.60. . •
The mines of Tonopah district shipped a total
of 7.596 tons of ore of an estimated value of
$1S!).900 to the mills last week. The Tonopah
mining company sent 3.250 ,tons. the Belmont
1.750 tons, Montana 1.051- tons. \u25a0 Tonopah Exten
sion 945 tons. West End 3-V) tons. MaeXamara
1 200 tons and Midway 5O tons.
The report of the treasurer of the Tonopah
Extension mining company for the ' month of
August has just been made public' and it shows
that the receipts from the operation of the mine
and mill during that period amounted to
$53,907, while the current expenses for the same
period totaled $25.464. The total receipts from
operations of the mine and mill from March
31 to September 1 amounted to $205.51S and
the current expenses for the same period
amounted to $132,587. leaving a net savin? of
$75,930. The bonded indebtedness of the. com
pany, exclusive of accrued interest, amounts to
5157.500.
SAX FRANCISCO,"? -STOCK EXCHAXfiE
Following were the sales on the San Fran-
Clseo stock exchange yesterdiy:
COMSTOCKS
Regular Mornine Session
300 Con Va M..1.02%! . 50 Ophlr 1.17%
100 Gould & Cur. 09i 100 Sierra Nev ... 2"
200 Mexican .....1.151 300 Union Con ... 2S
500 Ophir 1.20! 100 Yellow Jacket. 50
Afternoon Session
800 Belmont 4.7011000 Gld Ke.wanas.. n~>
500 Belmont 4.65| 750 Gld Kewanas.. O.T
ICO Belmont .. .4.62%!-s<X> MacNamara- .. 29
500 Booth OR! 900 Nev Hills 2.4't
1000 Man Dexter.... 05|2000 Red Top Ex.. O4
200 Jim Butler .. 29! 2000 Tramp Con .. 02
Informal Session
500 Atlanta ...... 13: 1C^ Jim Butler... 29
100 Belmont '.. .4.62U|7000 Jim Butler .. 30
200 Florence .....1.95 100 Pitts S Peak.. 60
50 Gld C M.s-5.5.07% 500 Red Top Ex.. 04
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
Bid. Ask. l Bld.Ask.
Alpha — 04iJulia Con — <>7
Alta — lOj.Justioe 05 10
Andes "—"" — " OOlKentuck Con.. — 10
Keleher 60 65|Lady W«sli ..05 —
I Besf &- Belch. 30 3"-!MexWn 1.07 1.10
Bruns Ghollar. 23" — JNGould &C. — 15
Bruns Potosi. 21 •— lOocldental .... 42 v —
Bullion OS lOJOphir .'...1.20 1.2 C
Caledonia -..'..\u25a0 15 \u25a0 -20 Overman ..... SO 35
Challenge. — 20!Potosi — 4'»
Chollar ...... 09 lllSavage 13 15
Confidenoe ... — 7.">|Seg Belener .. — o.y
Con Va M 1.00 I.o2|Scorplon .:.... — 05
Con Imperial. 02 03! Sierra Nev ... 19 20
Crown Point.. 53 OOjSilver 04. 05
Exchequer ... 1" HjUnlon Con ... 26 2S
Gould & Cur. 09 lllUtoh 04 05
Hale i-Norc. 19- 211 Yellow Jacket. 46 4?
TOXOPAH AND GOLDFIELD STOCKS S
Rpg'ilar Mornine Session
900 Florence 2.00',20<V» Nev;Hllln ..2.42%
100 Do. b 10. -.2.00' .50 Nev Hills ....2.40
200 Do. b 30.:. 2. 00! 500 Rescue Eula .. 11
200 Gld Con M.8.17%'12000 Round Mt 34
500 Montana ..... Oir
Afternoon Session
1000 Brans'. Chollar. 23! 200 Mexican 1.12%
1.100 Bruns Potosl. 21 1 1000 Mexican- ..l.lf»
1100 Con Va M 1.0011000 Mexican ... .1.07%
IROO Con Va M 99 1 1000 Ophir .1:15
2f«"> Con Va M 9SUIOO Sierra Nev ... 19
400 Hale & Xor'o- 19! 200 Union Con ... 26
Informal' Session
200 Belener 601 100 Overman 30
100 Con Va M 1.00! 100 Overman ..... 2h
200 Mexican 1. 101 100 Yellow Jscket. . 4*>
100 Mexican ...1.07%| 100 Y"ellow Jacket. 4S
400 Occidental.... 431 ' 100 Yellow .lacket. 47
300 Ophir ...... . .1.20| . 100 Yellow Jacket. 46
200 Ophlr : 1.17%
CLOSING QUOTATIONS .
. CALIFORNIA
Bid.Ask.l Bid. Ask.
Argonaut .. . .1.00 2.oo|Cent Etireka...l .47 1.50
Bunker Hill.. — S.OOISo Eureka M. —6.00
NEVADA
Tonopah District
Bld.Ask.! Bld.Ask.
Belmont .... .4.60 4.65] North Star ... 06 07
Jim Butler .. 29 SOlßescue Eula .. 10 11
MacNamara .. 2S 29] Ton Exten ..1.00 1.05
Midway \u0084...19 ,20! Ton of Nev] ...5.25 S.r.O
Mizpah Ex ..30 — I West End J.. — 56
Montana 90 95[ .
GoldneM District
Adams 01 02 Gld KewanaJ}.. 06 07
Atlanta 12 13 Gld Merger M. 05 10
Blue Bell ... 02 03 Grandma ..I .'OB 03
Blue Bull ... 04 OSjGreat Bend -. . 02 "03
Booth OS 10 Grt.Bend Anx. — 01
O O D 13 — Grt Bend Ex. — 01
Columbia Mr.. fr2 04 Jumbo Ex . . . 2-S 2»
Com Fraction. -30 31 Lone Star 03 —
Conqueror 01 02 Oro : 05 07
Cracker Jack . 01 ' 02 Red Hills 03 04
Dmdfld Trngl. — 01 Red Top Ex.. 03 04
Florence 1.92 1.97 Silver Pick . .' 07 09
Frances Mhk. 01 — St Ives •:...:. — .'ls
\u2666 fold Bar. Gld — N lO Wonder — 01
Gld Co n M...5. 10 5. 15 Yellow Tiger.. — 06
Gld Portland, or 02|
; . . Bullfroß District .
Amethyst — OllMont -Bullfrog.: — 01
Bonnie Clare.. 04 — tMontgomy Mt. 01
Blfrg Nat .Bk 01 Q2lTramp Con . .02 04
Mayflower Con 04 05| Valley View... — 02
Homestake K. — Olj \u25a0 \u25a0 •
, -Manhattan District. \u25a0 ..
Man Big Four. 03 — IMustan? Man.. 01 '02
Man Con ... .. 02 03|Pine.Nut — 01
Man Dexter... 04 . 05! Stra y" Dog r ... 02 0?,
Mineral Hill.. — OliThnnksgiving.. 02 . 04
Other Districts . .•
Eagle's Nest.. 04 05!Pitts S Peak.. 60 —
Fairvw G Bid 02 03lRamsey .. .—. — o\
Fairvw Eagle. 36 — Raw Coalition. 05 Ofl
Fairvw Hailst 03 04 Round Mt S4 37
Jack Pot ...... 02 OS Tecopa Con ..• 30.. —
Nev Hills ....2.40 2.42J
.lsM-Miiient Directory . Comatoek Mines
\u25a0 Company — No. Del. Board. Sale Day. Amt.
Crown Point.. 7 Oct. 4 Not. 4 ' .10
Overman ..... 34 Oct. 13 Not. 4 .10
Central Eureka 26 Oct. 23 Nov. 26 • -.04
OIL STOCKS
Tlje ; oil stocks were quieter yesterday and
there were few chances and' those narrow. New
-Pennsylvania was higher at 60c and ' Associated
also" higher at $44. ' Palmer was steady at'
$1.3714.. - -. , \u25a0 .'. " . \u25a0; '..-•_ .
SAX FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
1 Bid. Ask.) Bid. Ask:
Alma ..-....- — l.OOlMcKlttrick.. " Hi 20
Apollo OR lOl.Monte Cristo 2.50 —
Asso Oil \u25a0.•\u25a0\u25a0..43.50 44. 001 Nev County.- ir> * —
Blue Moon.. OS — |Nev Midway 17 IS
Brookshlre.; 1:12 — (New -Pa Pet (» —
\u25a0 Cal Midway. \u25a0"• — (VTI Pac S Pet . . 30 \u25a0 35
Cal'Seabrd. — • 30'perafflne ... — :',"\fto
Carilwu ..».- -—-*" 1.50 Palmer ...... 1.37, 1.40
Claremont:. 1..10 \u25a0 1.00 Final ...... .5.00 6.2->
Coalinja C. , — • 40 Premier .... '65 —
Coal Mohwk 1.30 1.40 Record '.....,5.00 —
Coal Natnl. — . 14 Republic ..." * ,VS —
i Con Midway 21 "22 Sacramento.. . 1.00 \u25a0 -';" —
Dabney -....;' — 10 S F &-McK.15.00" —
Pel Rey ... •"— ', 20, Saner -Uough" — :2.00
Ile'Luxe ». * 1:05' I.2oJSoction 25 ;.22.<)0 • \u25a0 -—
Empire .....' — .T.OOlSesnon ':...". 8.00 ."-;~
Enos ....... 1.00 1.07 Silver Tip:... 1.ft0;:i;7.1
Four ...... ' — *12 S W&tß...' '35, "40
Fulton ..'.... — I.sO:Sterl!ng .... 2.00 ; 2.25
: Graelosa : . . -• — 50 Suuset • Mon. . — 4. 75
111; . Crude::.' 42 - J - — Turner "..;.. '1.25- —
Junction.:.. SO 40 Wolverine; .'."• .40^ —
Maricopa N. 25 -2S W\u25a0 K Oil .Co 2.40 . 2.5f>
Marlcopa 36 2.25 3.00 Storage ctfs. 36 45
SALES \u25a0':\u25a0'.- -
1 -. 11:30 a. m. -
10, Associated Oil ......:......: 44.00 \u25a0
SQO Clareraont ..'...... . ..'...... 1.50. '
2000 Con -Midway, s 10. . . .. .V".... .. . . . *• .22
• 500 Illinois Crude .1. -.'.:•... . . ::..'..... .44
200 Maricopa 38-. ....;...".:.... - 2.12^
100 Mariot>pa 36. ..•.."...;............. 2.25 -
100 Palmor •.'...........'.... ..."... ". 1.37,4"
\u25a0 400 Con" ••\u25a0Mfdwa'y, » '10.': .' ::/...". V. .... ".23
' ICO. Cou Midway .'. ... .". . : /. .'.... .:....' .23- \u25a0
SUMMARY OF
THEMARKETS
\ew York stocks about the name.
Cotton i " futures lofrer. , Copper
..: mtocks". firm, . :. .: . ' . .
Shipment of ftpecle to the orient.
Local securities, moch more nc-<
i : 'tive.- ,-; -; •/\u25a0-."\u25a0. • ;\u25a0- ..; \u25a0
Another seneral decline in -wheat.
Barley and oatn show more tone.
Oregon and - "Washington flour
lower.
Bean market still unsettled. •
Hops quoted ' hlorher. - "
%Vool and liidcM . unchanged.
Hams weak. - Other, cured - meats •
; firm. •--.- \u25a0 - -
Hog market quiet and weak.
Eggs very firm and advancing:.
Butter slightly higher. . Cheese
' -weak. . . \u25a0 .
Good Burbank . potatoes selling
irell.
Fresh frnlt market "devoid of
\u25a0 : feature. •• - .
\Vestern poultry coming in freely.
r.OO Maricopa 36 , \u25a0. . . ; '.-.'.'.. 2.25
100 New* pa Petroleum ............ .60
200 Republic .53
Assessment Directory, OH Stocks
'."Company— ' No. " Del.' Board. Sale Day. "Amt."
Amy 2' Oct. 21 /Not. 17 .10
Blue M00n.... 8- Oct.. IS - Nov. 14 \u0084f>7
De Luxe 1 Oct.- 27 Nov. 22 ,_,.10
Four Oil 2 Nov. 18 . • Dec. 7 .02
LOS ANGELES OIL EXCHANGE
[Special D'upalch.io The Call}'- \u25a0
LOS ANGELES; Not. I.— The oil stock mar
ket experienced' a 'slump today and prices ' went
down. - "Most of the trading centered around
California Midway and Consolidated Midway.
The latter was down two points. Associated
was' stronger and" Union was actlTe. Mexican
petroleum was .weaker. _ The call:
Producers — - Bi-d. Ask.
Amalgamated Oil C 0... — 40.00
American Crude Oil Co \u25a0 — 60
American Pet Co fpfdt .... — 95.00
American Pet Co (corn!.. 60.00 65.00
Associated Oil C 0..:..:....... 43.50 44. CT .
California Midway Oil C 0...... 64 —
Central Oil C 0 ................. 1.55 1.90
Cleveland Oil Co 02% 02%
Coallnga Central Oil Co *.... — 75
Columbia \u25a0 Oil Co 1.08% 1.30
Consolidated Midway Oil C 0... 22% 22»»
Continental Oil Co : 28 40
Enos Oil- C 0...:..... 1.02 —
Euclid Oil Co t. — 65
Fullerton Oil '. - — 5.00
Globe 011 Co. — , 14
Jade Oil C 0........ 32 33
Mexican Pet Ltd (pfd) 71.50 ' 72.00
Mexican Pet Ltd (com) 36.25 36.75
Mascot Oil Co.. — 2.50
New Pennsylvania Pet Co. • .60 "—
Ollnda^l^and & Oil Co. — 62%
Palmer Oir Co. "..; 1.30 r—
Perseus Oil Co. — 25
Plnal Oil C 0.... — 10.00
Pirn Oil & Land Co 20 . —
Rice Ranch, Oil Co — 90
Union Oil Co 102.62% 103.00
Union Provident Co.^.. 101.25 ' —
United Petroleum 102.37% 103.00
United Oil Co 66 75
Western Union — JIO.OO
Nonproducers —
Oleum ; Development Co 03% 03»i
SALES
Morning Session . \u25a0 •
10 Associated Oil Co 43.57%
\u25a0 10 Associated Oil Co 44.00
1.000 California Midway.. .64!*
1.000 California Midway 65
1.000 California Midway .64%
1.000" California -Midway. • -6.4U
1.000 California Midway 63%
I.ofx» California Midway, b 30 64%
l.Oofi California Midway, b 30.... 63
2.000 California .Midway 61%
2.000 California Midway 62
1.000 California Midway «3
3.000 California Midway . :..83%
1.000 Consolidated Midway 2Si*
1.000 Consolidated Midway, b 30 .23y t
2,000 Consolidated Midway 22S^
1.000 Consolidated Midway 22%
2.000 Consolidated Midway . .- .21**
,".000 Consolidated Midway .215 x
1.000 Consolldnted Midway, b 30 .22%
2.000 Consotida ted Midway, s 30 -22»i
0..500 Consolidated Midway 22> +
4.000 ConsolldHKHl Midway : 22%
35 Mexican Pet Ltd (com) 36.75
SO Union Oil Co 102.25
10 Union Oil Co :...102.75 «
Afternoon Session
3.000 Cnlifomia Midway .64>-i
«,000 California Midway .64%
1.000 California Midway-... 64*^
2/<OO California Midway .64
1,000 CBlifornia Midway, s 30 63%
" S.OOO Coasolidatp.l Midway .22U
, 4.r.(ti) Consolidated Midway ;.. .22%
2.000 Consolidated Midway .22H
1.000 Consolidatea Midway., b 30 22%
5 Mexican; Pet lAA (com) 36.75
10 Mexican pet Ltd (com) 36.50
s<V> United Oir Co. • 70
CO Union Oil C 0... 102.75
1.000 Oleum Development Co 03%
2.000 Oleum Development Co.. 03};
2.000 Oleum Development Co 03%
GRAIN MARKET
"Wheat and Other Grain*
Wheat — The decline continues unchecked and
prices are lower acnin all around, with a dull
and weak market. The depression Is due to de
clining foreign markets. Foreisrn crop summary:
United Kingdom. France, Italy — Outlook, for
the wheat just seeded is favorable. Supplies of
native wheat are rather light, but stocks of for
eign very liberal. • > .
Spain and north Africa — Drought still pre
vail*. . \u25a0•'\u25a0•." ' \u25a0
Germany — Wheat seeded is making pood prog
ress under faTorable ' weather conditions. Sup
plies of natlf<» wheat are larger.
\u25a0- Hungary — Further rain? have fallen, which are'
of benefit for the wheat already seeded. Official
report confirms delay to seeding'as a result of
much vermin. -. • .
- Roumania — The ontlook for the corn crop Js
excellent, with quality pood but condition vari
able- .
Australia — Partial rains have fallen, which are
beneficial.
Russia — According to the consensus of opinion
it is expressed that the stocks of grain at ports
of the sea of Azoff will be carried through the
winter until the 'reopening of navigation.
. CASH WHEAT
California club. $1.45<51.50: Sonora. $1.65<§!
1.70;' white Australian. $1.52%@1.60: northern
club. ?1.4oU?1.50: Russian red, $i:45<51.47»f1:
bluestem. ?1.52&@1.60 per ctl.
FUTURES
10 a. m. Session
No transactions.
Barley — Freights are quiet and weak at 23s 9d.
usual -European options. The chartered tonnage
in port is 34,745. against ! 14.000 tons on the
same, date" last year: disengaged,- 70,052 tona
ngnlnst 26.453: on the. way to this port, 241.460
tons against. 160.100. ' " •
There was a better tone to the feed market
and -1.835 sarks of choice sold at $1. Otherwise
there was nothing -new.
j The stock on band November 1 appears else
where. \u25a0 .
\u25a0 CASH BARLEY
No. 1 feed. !)7Vj<g9Sß;c; extra choice bright.
$1 :- off . grades. 92 1 /i<JlS?>e. per -ctl; brewing and
shipping grades, ,sl<?t 1-05. .. \u25a0 • \u25a0 \u25a0 .
lO'a.'m. Session
;'.'"; v. "\u25a0 . .'\u25a0-..' Open .. High Low Close
May :.'...... 51.07 $1.07 $1.07 $1.07
December ... 1.01 1.01 1.00T& l.Ol'
» - 2' p. m. Session
\u25a0 Open High Low Close
May V .$1.07 : $1.07 $1.0f1% $1.06%
December ... 1.01 1.01 1.01 1.01 '
Oar* — A rather better feeling in feed oats is
reported, without any change in prices. Offer
ings, are. still free. • -..-»..
The stock, on hand . November 1 appears else
where. ' ' \u25a0 j *
Red for feed. $1.10(5:1.1714 for ordinary and
S>[email protected] for choice; \u25a0 red •\u25a0 for. seed. $1.27% <?
1.35; black. [email protected] 10 for feed and $1.25r?5
1.40 for seed;- gray, nominal; white. [email protected]
Corn I—Western1 — Western :. states > yellow, in bulk, San
Francisco track. $1.35; white. $1.37Va : .mixed,
$1.34; sacked prices 71,4 c7 1 ,4 c higher;' white Egyptian,
$1.45*31.47 V,; brown do, $1.35^1.40 per ctl.
Rye-fDull at .$.1,[email protected] per ctl. ".. . , ..
Foreign .. Futures
. ... -\u25a0[' \u25a0..".\u25a0 LIVERPOOL -
.Wheat— • Dec. May
Opening ' ....... .6 11*4" 7 00%
Closing • • 6 lOTjs 6 113,
. ..\u25a0\u25a0'•\u25a0 PARIS
•Wheat— Jan.-April
Opening \u25a0\u25a0-. . .". . . '. .'." • • \u25a0 Holiday
Closing ....r. Holiday
'Flour — \u25a0\u25a0 . -'. >v . .-*' "-'5; " \u25a0
Opening' :..." Holiday*;
Closing ;'. ... . .". ... -• • ••- •• -v • ' Holiday
CHICAGO '.BOARD OF, : TRADE
'\u25a0'-.?..:*, Future Grain; and' Provisions
CHICAGO,"-* Xov. l.r-Rains ; in* the dry . sections
<if Australia .and Argentine today were •; reported
at ; about the same time. as a big Increase in the
European visible supply of wheat. . In" conse.
quence' the market., developed decided? weakness
and .closed- with a. net ..loss of- [email protected] Vie. .-.Corn
finished . a shade jup to %<@ Uc off, , oats %si'.Vic
higher to* He lower, and provisions unchanged
to an advance of ZVt @5c..- • =. *<•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-.;.;. - .-
The: only t consolation on - ; the: bull' side of 'the
wheat' pit /affany,' times during- the day came
from light. primary, arrivals. and from .the strength
of »• corn-; and < oats.i : Supplies -in E and ? afloat ! for
Europe were shown to have been enlarged nearly
3.000.000 bushels : this 'week,~ against adecrease
of about-, the same amount a year ago." Unofficial
estimates :<if • the .worlds s available supply, . too.
indicated' an : increase of 8.000.000 bnshels. -, Cash
wheat * demand I here . was poor. v What ; proved to
be , in - the inature:ofia ;; last /straw." was -a . report
tbat*mllls in the northwest were shutting down.
The ".December option ranged from Sf)&e;to f»O^e
nml closed 'lionvy!. a t-'SOJ-i®^ ?»•?,. a net loss of
\u25a0ii%<'. " "\u25a0 - '\u25a0 ' :•:/\u25a0'.•\u25a0.-,• .;•\u25a0\u25a0 : -. \u25a0 '\u25a0;.' \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 ( , ;%v
'" Strength V ln corn -.was. based,. on, light oess; of
sales by ' farmers, unsatisfactory, husking \u25a0 returns
and -theifaet -that th«-'lncal- contract stock^ was
down;to ; nnl.v.l9l.ooo bushels* ln. public elevators.
.Oecember: fluctuated /between" 4t>Vsc : and 47Vic.
dosing ' steady ' at " 46?i<\*; a', net \u25a0 gain ' of a ' shade.
Another General Decline in Wheat
Eggs Rise to 53 Cents per Dozen
The cash martet was firm, with No. 2 yellow
at [email protected]<v .
| There were more hedges coming off than going
on in the oats pit. December Taried from ol*ic
to 31% c and finished **c off at 31^@31%c.
Provisions were firm on light offerings. Last
sales were unchanged to 5c higher than last
night. ;
Chicago Grain and Provision Futures)
Furnished by E. F. Huttoa & Co.. 490 California street
Threading futures rangedas follow^: Tear Aco.
ilfilllii s i i •«\u25a0\u25a0.
July ." 94% !WN .^' ' • "..V- : .
\u25a0^ CORN— 4fil - 4ft% 4«%- 35%
itilflfitl II 1 1 1 B - r:
5^"::::::::::::::::: g| | | | -1 .";S
July 34Vi •*-»>» . * „.
PORK (per bbl)— ww - 17.0.^ IT.OO 1» -«J»
\u25a0 . * LARD (per 100 lbs)— Jrt 2n 10 . 23 10.22S "'^
* SHORT RIBS .per 100 lbs »- .-. 9 n7t= !>.%
J» nuar y ••• ;•; s.ftp aiw **^ »•« IQA'H ,_\u25a0
Cash Grain and Provisions
CHICAGO. .Nov. I.— Cash quotations were as
follows: Flour, easy. No. 2 rye. 77c. Feef, or
mixing barley. [email protected]: fair to choice malting.
6f>ig73%c. No. 1 southwestern flaxseed. *--^
do^No. "l northwestern. $2.63: timothy seed. 5 «
09.25.- Clover. $14.30. Mess pork per -bbl.
.?170 17.25. Lard, per 100 lbs. $11.*.%. Short
rlbsr sides MooseK [email protected]%: short clear
sides (boxed), [email protected]
GRAIN STATISTICS •
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 569.000 bushel*. Primary receipts were
754.000 bushels, compared with 1.651.000 bushels
the corresponding day a year ago. Estimated re
ceipts for tomorrow: Wheat. 34 cars; corn. -«"*
cars; oats, 132 cars; hogs. 28.000.
DAILY MOVEMENT OF PRODUCE
Articles- Re ri& 8 Sblp K?™
Flour, barrels 32.600 I^SOO
Wheat, bushels 367 -££ oo, l^
Corn, bushels 4 ™-™? ItV^oo
Oats, bu5he15........ 313.200 413.200
&y bu b^e.s--"::::::n^> g§£
.CHICAGO. Nov. I.— E. F. Hut ton & Co. *
i wire says: . . ,
Wheat— Rallied to yesterday's closing^ level
following a weak and lower opening, then niade
the lowest prices elnce harvest to date. Ine
number of shorts who covered on the rather
feeble rally was sufficient to relieve whatever |
congestion there was on the short side. Mean
while the number waiting to sell wheat on a
rally was large enough to supply all wants and
a little more. Export clearances today have
been liberal at 569.000- bushels, mostly Canadian ;
wheat, but this the light primary arrivals ana j
the small Dorthwestern receipts have toge.ner 1
made about the only consolation that the twiT" 1
has ha-t apart from strictly technical pit condi
tions There has. however, been a large num
ber of depressing Influences to help along the
declines in wheat. Rains have fallen in the dry ,
sections of , Australia. Buenos Aires has weak- j
ened further because of recent fine general rains
there and the snpplr of wheat in ami afloat for
Europe has increased nearly 3.000.000 bushels
this week. The total available in and afloat for
Europe is now 104.000.000 bushels, against SO.
000.000 bushels a year ago. Bradstreefs report
of the world's available supply 1» delayed, in
official estimate* are that It would show R. 000
.-000 bushels increase, against an increase of
153.000 bushels a year aeo. The cash wheat de- j
mand here was poor. Sales were 45.0i>0 bushel.*.
Consi<lerabl«» wheat bought by local traders yes
terday has been unloaded on the late dips today.
Corn — Corn has shown considerable strength
today, but finally sold off a littl* with wheat.
The early strength was based on continued hsht
sales by farmers, a better shipping call, unsatis
factory husking returns from a number of lo- <
ralities and the fact that the local contract
stock was down to only 191.000 bushels in sev
eral elevators. There- were private reports here
I of wet snow in psrts of lowa, although the of.
ficial forecast is for fair weather generally OTer
most of the corn belt tonight and tomorrow.
Oats— Oats displayed considerable strength
most of the day. although they were dull, but
they weakened finally with 'other grains. Th»re !
were more bfflges coming off than .going on "In I
the pit. Country sales were lighter and shorts I
ran prices up. On the advance there was consid
erable fairly strong and influential selling.
. Northern AVheat Market
WASHINGTON .
TACOMA. Nov. 1. — Wheat, milling — Bluestem.
SOc: club. 76077 c: red Russian. 75c. Export
wheat — Bluestem. Sic: forty-fold. 79c: clnb. 77c:
red Russian. 75c. Receipts — Wh»at. 117 cars:
barley. 2 cars: oats. 2 cars: hay. 10 cars.
SEATTLE. Nov. 1. — Milling quotations — Blue
stem. S4c: forty- fold. 82c; club. Sic; flfs. Sic;!
red RuoMan. 79c. Export wheat— Bluestem. sic: |
forty- fold. 79c: club. 7Sc: fife. 7Sc: red Rnssian. 1
76c. Yesterday's receipts — Wheat. 50 cars; oats, I
9 cars: barley. 2 cars: hay." 2o cars.
OREGON
PORTLAND. Nov. 1. — Wheat, track prices —
Club. 77c: bluestem. fO'BSlc; r*d Russian. 75c:
valley. 79c: forty-fold. 7Sc. Receipt*— Wheat.
59 cars; barley. 25 cars.
Xevr York Grain 3larket
NEW YORK. Nov. 1. — Flour — Dull and nomi
nally lower. Receipts, 41.567 barrels: shipments.
10.563.
. Wheat — Spot. weak. No. 2 red. 95 He. elevator
and 96c f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 northern Duloth,
$1.12 f. o. b. afloat. The futures market de
clined early on the weak cables and report* of
large stocks abroad and favorable foreign crop
• advices, rallied on covering, but again eased off
on reports of larger country offerings, closing
Kglifcc net higher. Export eales amounted to
17 loads. December closed at 97c. May closed
at $1.02%. July closed at $1.01%. Receipts.
158.900 bushels; snipments. 87,406.
Grain . Statement Tomorrow
NEW TORK, Nov. 1. — Bradstreet's weekly
grain statement will be Issued tomorrow.
Visible Grain Supply
NEW TORK. Nov. 1. — The vlslbls supply of
wheat In Canada Saturday. October 29, was 11.
021,000 bushels, an Increase of 616.000.
Minneapolis^ and Duluth Grain and Flax
. MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 1. — Wheat— December.
09%<aft0%e; May. $1.04»-i: No. 1 hard. $1.02\;
No. 1 northern. $1.01<g!1.02; No. 2 northern.
97^a$l: No. 3. 92i;@«"%«- v ;r
Cnrn — No. 3 yeilow, 49c. •>""-• :;-V;V:
Oats— No. 3 white. 30%(g31c.
Rye— No. 2. 74«J75c.
Flax— Closed at ?2.60%. .
DULUTH. Nov. 1. — Flax — On track and to ar
rive $2.61%: November, $2.61%: bid; Decem
ber, ?2.55% bid; May. $2.54% asked.
Stocks of Grain ,
H./ C. Bunker, chief grain Inspector of the
Merchants' exchange, reports stocks of grain
and beans on hand in regular warehouse and
on wharves November 1 as follows, the grain in
tons and the beans in sacks:
Wheat — . Oct. 1 Nov. 1
Port Costa..... 3.824 6.056
k^..::::::::::::::::::::::3:^- $!£
Barley— \u25a0
Port Costa ..73.914 73.MH)
Stekton • 19.152 21.893
ntv 4.975 3.677
Oafs/.: • 4.394 4 776
§S. -:::::::::::::::::\u25a0::::::::\u25a0: £ • %
Beans (sacks* 44.781 135.391
The receipts in October were 17,577 tons .
wheat. 49,443 tons barley. 5.065 tons oats. 373
tons corn. 1.471 tons bran, 300,4*3 sacks beans
and -20.251 tons hay.^ '. . .
LOCAL MARKETS
Receipts of . Produce Xovember 1
Flonr.- qr sks. ... 6.510- Crushed oat*, sks. 150
Wheat, ctls ...: 6Oo; leather, rolls ... ."»
Barley, ctls 74,014 Tallow, ctls $(Ht
Oats, ctls 550 Hides. No .':SoO
Beansi sks • 5,021 I>lme. bbls ,">CO
Corn, ctls * oGo;Sugar, ctls 5.530
Bran, sks 3701 Wine; zals . .38, 5C0
Middlings, sks ... . 60; Lumber. M ft.... 4<>
Potatoes, sks ... s,2Hslßai«lns, bss B.SOO j
Onions, .sks 900 Apples, bx* 2.4701
Hay, tons I, lCO! Almonds. \u25a0 sks . 100
Straw, tons .... ojOrances. bxs .... '\u25a0• So<>
Wool, sks r.l4|Llvestock. No ... 210
Alfalfa meal, sks fISS; Paper. . bdls 23
\u25a0 \u25a0 ORF/GON • \u25a0-.- ,? \u25a0•\u25a0» >;
Flour, V sks.... 6.42o|Feed. sks 1.134
Wheat, ctls".... fUM-M Shorts, sks I.SIS
Bran, sks 4.930 i
. WESTERN STATES ;
Flour, qr sks....' l.2oo|Corn, sks .600
j \ ' . Provlnlonii
I* -Hams are reported weak, bat all other deserip- j
! tlons in; toe' list are steady to firm, with a fair
demand.*. Quotations'are nnchanged. -" -
Cottolene— l half bbl,l2Uc: 3 half bbls. 12He;
i; tierce,* 12c;. 2 tierces, llTJc;, s. tierces. ll>4c ;
per 1b..» ,-, : '-• \u25a0 „. •. . .. „ \u0084 -. . .
Hams and Bacon — The Western meat 'company |
quotes as follows: Hams. .10^4 @20c; ' plcnk ;
hams. . 14*^c;- California hams.. lßc: fancy bacon,
6 to 8' pounds 30% c. 8 to 10 lbs 27c. 10 to 12 lbsJ
26c:' sugar cured, £7c; light dry salt bacon, 8 to i
10 lbs 24c. \lO to 12 lbs 22c; medium bacon. 19c;
lightmedium bacon,. 19c. - . . .
Lard— Tierces l."> He. 50s IS%«V 10s 1«H<?. 5a
lR5»c. 3s lfi^c: compound lard, -tierces ll»;c.
50s 12c. .JOs !l2V4c. r.s-12%c. 3s/12%c; yellow
cooking oil. \u25a0 76c per gal: > white cooking oil, \u25a0 7«c
per.gal; salad oil. 03c per. gal. "•.-*'...." •. -*' . ...
\u25a0 'Beef^ — Local prices -are quotetl. Export lots * In- ;
spected; by 'the 'government, are $1 per bbl high
er. "Extra family 'beef. $18 per.bbl: family beef.'
$18% per. bbl: extra mess • beef. * $19 -p^r bbl:
smokedbeef. lb- J ."" " ' \u0084' - " V " '
rPork-^Extrn' prime,'. ln barrels. $32:' clear. $.T4:
mess. \u25a0 $32; • pig pork; $30; pijjs* • feet, . J5.75 for i
hair bbbls. 12.40 for 35 lb keg* SI- 35 iol
kits.
Meat Market -
Hogs are slo^r and there are plenty of them
Slaughterer' r^te- *~ .l~l*r» and batcher* are
per lb for steers' Wf^^
cows nnd heifers. ,-. -.-.A. #Uu '
Veal— S%'&9% c for large and ft%@lor : for .
'"Mutton- Wethers. 9^lo^: ewes. SS9c pet tW^
br^'v^ l^^-^ for.n^:.^!?:;
4 12% c for beavy.^^ -^^ .'^^
The following quotations are for good, sfniml
livestock. delivered in San Francisco, gross
W< No bt j fat steers. oT»r 900 lbs. ally«. sH'as%c- i
per lb: under 900 lbs. 5««£5%c: second, quality.
all weights. 4\<gT<c: thin, undesirable steer*.
No. i cows and heifers; 4>i'a4%c': te<" rt "«l
quality. 4^4itc: common, thin. üßdeslrahle cow*.
° Des'irabie bulls and stas?.. 2%'g3\c: half fat
or thin bulls. 2QS^4r. • \u25a0 • \u25a0 . ••'• . ;
ralves— Liehtwpighr. per lb. s%'3'V: .median*. .
si.s|s%c: heaTy. 4^4%.-. . «
"Jheep— Desirable wethers. 4^4^4%e: ewes... 4 ;
(per Ibt— Unshorn lambs. dttf>V y e: \u25a0 \u25a0
Hogs (per ISt — Hard grain fed weighing H©
to 250 lb?. &%*IJ33Q to 330 lbs. Sni^3oc.S n i^3oc. ;
Horses and Mule* '
The following q'jotations for horses ami mule*.
are furnished by the Butchers* and Stock Grow
ers' Journal: • \u25a0 • ' - : • '
HORSES • • ". •
Desirable drafters. 1.700 lbs. and orer. .$275rt7.,00
Light draftees. 1.550 to 1.650 1b5...... 225fi?275
Chunks. IJSSO to 1..W) lbs \u25a0.*?.'- SfW&ZSO
Wagon horses. 1.2.V* to 1.350 1b5...... 175/R2i > ft
Delivery wagon horses. 1.050 to 1.230."..125<R15iTi
Desirable farm msres -. . . l.>s'f?t-"(»
F3rtn workers \u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0 ".Vr? 1"O
MII.FS. MEDIUM TO EXTRA
OftO lb«. 4 to 7 years .sl2s'ff tO
l.OOf> lbs. 4 to 7 years t.V>/*i-17.S\
1.1"° lhs. 4 to 7 years SUM? 22."
1,200 llis. 4 to 7 years 250*9.300
Over 7 year* old rang? from $15 to .«£"< tower.
y^tf. — Shippers to this market must have hor*e»
j close to type, witu age. h<r.i#> conformation aad
style, to command extreme quotations.
Flutter. Cheese and Eggs
Prices for fresh ess« continued to tnov» n;>
yesfrdar ami the market remained very Crn>
I with the supply barely sufnHont to satisfy the
<*«nian<]. The upward tr°n'l wis nor confln^f! ro
extra*, firsts b»ins in urgfnt (ieraari'l at rUtn^
prices. The advance was 8c iir^xtras and ?•<• in
firsts, which. w«re quoted at 33e and Oef ••*
dozen \u25a0respe<*tiT«ly. Ves^prd.iy'? 1 rise in the j>rir»
of firsts mad" a tatftPatrSOVC if 7c a d/yjei.Vi.
less thsn a w«»ek. The huft»r mark»r t-is
steady with extra* noting off w.e'.l. "A little -bur?,
j ing by a f»w small rtwltgq on change sent ex
[ tras np %o to a quotation of 33%<- a pffuvt.
Chee<=e tva.« In amplf supply and weak at the.
previously qnotM rates.
Sales on the pxrhange w»re a» follows:
Butter — 20 cases ot fre?h extras at SSifxC a
pound.
Eggs — IS cases of fresh extra* at 52%<- and t-"
lat 53c a dozen. On the informal call 10 cases
I wont at 33$£c a dozen;.
j Receipts were 17.000 pound* of butter. 15.W9
pounds of rboev 'and 800 oases, of egsts.
The following are tho o'fit-isi quotations estah
llshed on the fl™r of the diiry »xchange. Pric»-*
In the street., while governed br the exchanff"
quotations. g«nerally rnhg« from t%<- to . 2<r
higher, owine to the v»r'ou<i charges to be adde*V.
BUTTER. PER POISD "
Grade? — • Oct. 2* Oct. 21) Oor. 31 NN r >v. t.
j Fresh extras.. 32U,c SV \u25a0 33c Xli~r
j Firsts 3<v ?.Oo . 30,r \ ?.Of
I Seconds 29r • 29c . • 29<" . 29"
I Extra storage. SO%c 30-% c 30%f 30% c;
; Cheese — California fancy fints. I«%> per 1!\
weak: do first*. ir>%c. weak: do seconds. l"?e.
weak; fancy Young Americss. 16% c. weak: do;
j firsts, 15% c. weak: Oregon flats. 16% c. era; .
California storage flats. 15c. steady: Wisconsin,
daisies. ISc. steady. " " -. .. • ' '. \u25a0'\u25a0 '. \u25a0
Eggs — California fresh, per dozen. ' cases . in
cluded: \u25a0 • '\u25a0
Grades — Oct. 2S Oct. 29 Oct. 31 Nor. 1
Extras 51c sOr Me 53c
Firsts ... . 42c . 4<V 4«c : -Op. :
Seconds 30,? 3Or 30** • 3<V» : .
Storage extras. 30% c 30% c 30%jc . 30%<*
Portland Butter Market
PORTL.\ND. Not. 1. — Butter — City creamery
cubes. 35<g36c; prints. 575537% c; store. ZMazie.;
Cleln Batter
ELGIN. 111.. Not. 1. — Through an error. the
quotation on butter was given yesterday at 31 %r\
The correct quotation Is 30%e. Th» market \u25a0i»
firm. \u25a0".\u25a0- •-...\u25a0 -. r
Ebk Market In Searhy ; Conntles
[se«uj/ Distctch to The Call] '.. : ... ,
PETALUMA. Nov. I.— The price of >«\u2666
Showed a s.teady upward tendency . ajid- fort-iy.
after the receipt of quotations "from- rh«-..5in
Francisco dairy exchange, the Petatoraa *zs' ex
change paid 51 cents for first grade. Ther* W
a brisk demacd. Independent dealers and.syec'i
lators paid 50 cents to 45 cents.'- arroniins to
gTade. Pullets* eggs put on the market' -sncl
have been sought for commercial purposes. -First
grade eggs of best quality brought better "thaJ
market prices for hafbln.c: purposes .and wer»
eagerly sought. Hatching a-tivltie* have-, bejf.in.
aed the production of poultry promises to be
hea-ry this season-. .• \u25a0" " ". " •;
SANTA CRUZ. Not. 1. — Pnoltrymea stood" firm
for the highest quotations on eggs today. jM
merchants showed no hesitancy in meeting them
more than half way. Eggs brousht 45c per.
dozen in the open market and sold, frotn 4Hr. to.
50c per dozen, according to grade. Shippers "net.
bound by contracts showed a preference for »up : '
plying the local market.
SANTA ROSA. Not. I.— HaTlny droppejl- it-
Monday, the ejt^ market came back today tj-ifh:
an advance of 2c per dozen on receipt of atdvure*'
of the morning transactions on the San Fran '
Cisco dairy produce exchange. Dealers quoted
51c per dozen spot cash for cholea aad 45c for"
seconds. This was thf» highest price of the iea
son. CoM storage eggs are moTlng rapidly "a;t
present. • .
The production of fresh eggs Is at the' mtni>
mum. while the demand remains firm.
Butter also advanced today, making a raise of
%c per pound. Choice creamery is quoted st
33%e per pound.
Potatoes, OnioD.H and A'ecetables *
Receipts* of miscellaneous Tesetables are de
creasing as the- season wanes, but the demand,
too. is failing: off and Tallies are consequently
slow to improTe. It is only when therv j». n
sedden scarcity of anything that prices ?r> np.
Yesterday string bean»t were scarce acrt hizh.
while eeTrythlns else was In ample supply. Hi'zh
grade Bnrbank potatoes are meetinst with iwidr
?ale at w»ll maintained prif?s. while Inferior
tjnallty rlTer stock drags. Onions are easy witn
stocks moTloj olowly. •
Potatoes-^-RiTer white*. 75<39<>; per ctl: Sail
nas Burbank'n. $1.50<§;1.6.7 per ctl: Oregon Bur
banks. J1.40<51.45 per ctl; sweet potatoes. $1.9u
&2.10 per ctl. -\u25a0\u25a0:.' •
Onions — New yellow. Sse<3sl. _
•Vegetables — Tomatoeß.-35'&50(« per box; St^ti
peas, 4<g«c per 1b; strin? beans. [email protected] pec 1b:
lima. bean*. ' [email protected] per lb: summer sqnasli. 3t(ii
1.50 per bos; eggplant. SO-aOCc bo\; jreen
Pepper?, 25^50c per N>x; garlic. S%^4c per
i cabbage. [email protected] per ctl; cucr.mbers. 60i}fi7.V
[ p*r box; cauliflower. SO^noc per dozen: turnip*.
i 6545 75 c per sack; carrots, 65<375e • per »ack
j_green okra. 50<g:750 per box.
Deciduous and Cltrun Fruits
Practically alt of- the grapes bronght f>)m ••'
Mactinez.nn' the. first river boat yesterday wer»» '•
transferred dlre<. > t to . a steamer leaving for t!)i»
north, and as early arrivals from other sections •
were light, receivers were. In a posltloß* V> clean* •'
the market ' np .. and . to obtain better pricey for
desirable lots. Figs sold at a wide range, rtoer
lots selin; up to fCTS a box. while $1.23 tr«» »"'
top fenre . .*sr Sonoma stock. Other orchard *
fruits wfH dull. • There was hardly any deaa'aml'^
for nutmeg ni?l.ins and prices were largely comi-"'
nal. Two cases of navel oranges came la *rejn"
Exeter. Tulare connty. The" frnit was «fill \u25a0
quoted np.to $3 a box. though $2.75 was'tatop'
price with. most sellers. * •
Strawberries — $4St5 per chest. .*..' '.'
Raspberriesi — $4.54VR6 per chest. -'•'\u25a0 " -~ • \u25a0
" Hurklebexr*es — 7®loc per lf>. ; \u25a0•
Cranberrfe* — Coos bay, \u25a0$3®4 per -box- Cane •
Cod/ S7.SO(§;S P « hbl for. early black and $9® •
0.50 for. late Howes. ' •" **.
Apples «per box>— Fancy 4 tier red. OOciatl "»V "
do 4*i tier. 65<§toc: Newtowa pipplaC 9O?« " •
$1.10: Belleflower. 7r»e<ssl; irhoicct fruit 3.Vd««V .
Pears— Winter Nellis. $1.30<§:2 pep box; cooklni •
varieties. Z>Oc<cts\ per box. A "^V 1 *
Quinces— ?lftsl.2."> per' box. "
• Ploms — Late red." S."c«?sl per box -
Figs— sl:2s(g 1.75 per Ixvs.
• Persimmons — $1"fr1.25 per box "
- Pomegranates— [email protected] for small aad [email protected] SO
for largo boxes." :*~V .
"Melonit— Nutmeg melons. 'StV^ji p<» r {,„-
Crapes-Crates, 73ctt$l for liabeUi. 602 Tie

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