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COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
PROFIT TAKING
LOWERS PRICES
Stock Market Demand Fails to
Materialize After the
Elections
Final Declines Reach From 3 to
3 ! /2 Points for Leading
Securities
»w York Mock I»!«t
K. I". Hutton & Co.. 430 California street,
members of the New York stock exchange, fur-
Tiish <h<» following list of bond and stock sales
vpst<"rday: *•*<?:
Se'.** i STOCKS IHighj Lou- ! Hid j Ask
1"<"i Allis rhalmrrs ..! !>V> 9%j s 'sf 19
I>n pf<i > .11 34
"b'n'vVi Amalc Capper ...j 7<"* CSlk «S\i ««*«
litOOlAzner IWt Sugar.' 35% "7%\ .•{. l il •>.*«
i>o pM . .....: i i s» I P-t
\u25a0\u25a0'wWc 8n 0>....:!"i.i !>*« s^l » s i
.W, W. V f,i ' 7r.K\ 7.". 74 7..
S.2W'Adht Car & F<!v 55*4 r.3Vs Ml 5 2*>
Do pfd j I lis'i in;
I.7«*>Anw Cotton Oil.i »Wsi *4% 64 \ M\
Do pfd ! ! |1«« IWU
• ;w Amer Ico S>cur..j 2O«ii SOW I R^s' I«T*
1<« Amor Unseed ...I ll^tl H%| n^i 12
i Do pfd «. ! ; 8 ' I™ ,
r>nn Amir Locomotive! 4<i%! 39 a" •\u25a0"\u25a0»
i T.o pf« I lOSMrJIOT
AnwrMalt I ! 4 •>
: Do r f<i :! ! I-M -.
:.W Am-»r Smlt &'Rfg| R2 ! 70 V 7»tj ,9V
soo jv, pfa 106HJ106 rtwi lorn*
I.2<«> Am*>r ?i:csr '11!> l i;il« T i'HT pl7i-i
t i> o P f<t i ; iiifi 117
SflftJAraW Steel Fdys: 4«U- 47U: 4n'i, 47
l>ri(i Amer Trt & Tel. .|142> 2!l4l'.iji4i2 !141'.iji4i !14lti
Amcr Tfthscc-* pfd I \ ! n"' 1 * I M
l.innAm-r Ww>a ...! 34\ 33 I ."i. l *! K»«4
: no pfd | I MM 05
Am Hi<!p A: 1..-' ! I \u25a0» JVS
4o<v n« pfd t22%f22 I 21 »i I 22
.TV-i Annronda I M J 42U ! 41 V 42
2iv. Atlsntic Coast L.!llSV;117M:I11" jl' R
jr.w«i \ T & S F l04««1102 ilO2 1102N!
Ji-m ' !»o pfd iiolVl°'
Sf«! R«U & Ohio [lOSUUO7t4UO7}SII"7H
: I>o \u0084fd ! I M I P2
«.fto RotlileliPin Steel.) 33 .T2' fc i :'.1?4 -^-
' Po pfd ' ' (i " I'"' 1
::.2<hl R R T H 7«'ii 77 i 77 ! 77' i
2.2f«i (Canadian Pac-fic.:i<4«!!V,;i»7 19CtH197y,
7.30010 *.- O I B*ii 81 * 4 ! Siu! S2
2'«' C& C W !-4 ! 25«4j 23«J 24
! Do pM ' j I \u2666<". 7 *> 43
20O:C« N W 147-*!147S i 'l47\|il4S |
12.«OO1C M * St P 120 :i22^i122' l4!l2r?l 4 !12r?
i Do pfd ! ! 14« }1» •;
3.lrto;Ontral Leather.. 1 3." j ":{i^; .1"%,; •"\u25a0>%
looi Do pM :if>6 106 !ior.ii!ior,
Out of N J I I :2.V1 290
Chicago Terminal, ! ! 2 | 4
Do i.fd i ! ! >< i 2n
C <\u25a0 C & St L..! ! 1 6* 1 «7
i Ho P M | ' ! W^illO
»(>\u25a0„ Fuel & Iron! ."»".i.j! S4S.I ?.4%! 34%
; 1>... r .f.i : j 1103 1117
<M llook C & I.) ' I 4'>! <?
l.TOOiCoiocado Sonth..} W I .".su,| r.^i,;! -,<>
! Do If 4 i.fd ' ! ' 7<".t*l 7«
I Do M pfd....! !.....! 74 ! 7-V-i
3.oAn;Cnnsoti4!atod C««ll37Ull3i<iJl3S tl3<~.
I Do pfd i f ' 7<5 I 7«stj
SOQIDrt & tlnd«oa.;.U«9 11W [l«M%llca
I» r. & W ! 1 497 509
•_'\u25a0'\u25a0' I» & II <J ; SSHI.SS 1 StSW 32 s *
400 Ih. pTd 174 I 731^! 73^' 73V,
PiKm-Tiid Mutrh.! ! «0 ! P r >
K)0 nirtl'lins S.-'..J 34-! 32H 1 WHj 324
IDolnth SSri A(.....l ! 12« l 13^
i D» pfd .. 1 ! -4 ! 24S
•• in.. F.ri" ! -<> r <! 20i fc ! 20V 2f1%
UNI I»« Ist I'M !4" ' -*" 1 I * Blil 4i:l i
- IOO| I>o 2d pfd ! G7 ! 37 | 3654] 37
MWVCfWni Klwt ri0. :..;.. I 15t jl.VtUj
f<n"i<;t n<>i-;!'*t:i <»-<•.! <•.•"»,: r«vfc) r»'^".! r.ovi
2.40h <;t Northern pM 127 ; 12n i12.".%|12fi
Mm GoldtiPUl »v»ns .1 sm S I S I H\i
:*«* Illinois <v.iiTra]..;l3r. 154% T1 3 -* IMS
?.7<tu l lnt«'rb.»n»-Metn. .1 52%1 21%] 21 4! 21%
«,COQ] l»o nfd ' .".ft t Fl6l^i • V>> "'
:!n?«T M<r Marine* T,% 0
:».. |.m 1 17 I7v;
la-cr Paivr i 1 12% 113
! l»o j.fd i ! M [3«%
4ftn'lnter Pump i 44U 43 43 I 44
I Do i.M I ! K2Vj| «U
. 4f«i. lowa Cratnl ..- 1 22%) 20 ! 20fcl 21
' !».. |.M ! i I 3« 3«%
r,.Ki X C S-i'ithom..! 3S%| 33 32% 133
«onj Do rfd i 66% Q&yi «J ! ««'•*
l«-:ke Erie k W! 1 1« I 20
; Do pfd |.:...l MO I 4."
flftOSl. A. N .... 14H s «!i44'-!144 il4.'.
mOUirkar i 9*Xk\ M\\ BSiSJ !M
10U r»o |.fd I «5«4 75H| 7.". J 75% ;
{Manhattan ! I '142 143
3.4'>u Mfvi<an Central' :«;' 2 ' 3.".% | 35*41 ST.%
HiKiMiiin &- St I i 3<> i 29%] ] 31
! It.. Ist |«f<l !.....! (..... i T. -
!.:«•<• M St PAKK M. 131^:i-* o .'«n"Rii:li4ii
100 M S I'iSS M pdjl« 1148 !14fi :14I» *
i.vh. m k &• T ; 34 : 33U .".::vi! «%
2TW Do pfd <3 I <;4U,1 i % ,4 H CS
. J.2OH Mi-srmri Pacific. .' .*.2V>I 4ft l *! 4!»^ i 50
iHWNatlooal l^ad :%\ *»%! 59%f «6%j 59
ion Do pfd 107 107 !1O»5 11074
National Uisruit.. ;.;...! niftr^ni
:..! !•/> pfd i J 1124
«00lN'«rada Cons . . i 2Ht i 2lia 4 : 2rt%l 20? i
|X V Air Brake..) i 1 7<i | 78
<l.!.iK! X V Ontral ...)110 U3%1113%114
. IN V C i St Vr.l ! I «7 j CS
I Ito Ist pfd ] i |10fi*4 110
' Do 24. pfd I i ! B«isii J)3
N V S H & Harti ! |153%}154%
I.fMKHN V Ont & Wost.l 44 43% 1 43 I 43V4
1,800 Norfolk & tresUflOO IM i J'SVi! »S4
! r»o pfd ! | ! K3 J I*o
INorth American..! |.....! <~>la fi*>V4
4. <M»O \u25a0 Northern Pa<-i9p. 119 : H.1117»i'117 11R
jOnuba ! !-\u25a0 !140 iir.o
: i»o pfd j i ii«o ii7o
;Pacifi^ Coavt ; ; !H*i 108
100 Pi-.*- f and T..! 43 i 43 | 42 ! 43
."VrfVPar-iSc Mall . ...! 32 131 I 31 4 314
11.7'Mt Pennsylvania ;1304]123»i | 129 i. 4 ll^^
rmple'i Gbs I j 11034J1074
..'. 'PittNburg Coal ! 2<t 21
'\u25a0 i I»«> pfd I I I 7O I 724
' .......jpcc &8t L...! I ! 8« ins
I Do pfd I ! .Jll2 11J54
600{Prf>«Ke4 Stfol Car! 33 | 344 33* i 34
j Do pfd ! I I J« !OT
40<-» Ry Steel Spring.! 35% 35% j 35 I :<.'.%
; Do pfd i 1 197 105
322.<M>0 Rending :1544|150'i,i15r 1."i14
- ! l>o Ist pfd ! I | S'V.! Xl
I Do 2d pfd ! j »4 "| 07
S.finri Republic S & 1.-! 36 ! :i4V,i 34H] 34%
«vm! Do pfd Lft6tt'*97 !«7 fl«
4.!> of. H'^k It-land Co..| Xl% X-K! 3241 32%
I.Ski: r> rt p m I «Ti«4 OriVil «3i4! «3»i
e.joo: g s s & i c0...j r,2«..' 4tt^' 43v«i sft
! -Do pfd | 7i....'.!i0r. [113
S I> &S F Ist pfd, i j 61 I C 5
W»| Do 24 pfd | 42 | 41 Ul 414 42
IWSt I, & S W !3O 130 "I 2«? 30
Do pfd I j j«5 «9
2fi.nO, Southern pacific. Jll9%[ur,%\iiG% 116T4
I'i.iV* i 'Southern Ry ..! 28V4J 27»-4l 27U '27%
r>.c,m\ Do pfd ( «.%4i c-}ii 4 ; e^ ca
2.l«'Tenn Cojipor ..) 3K | ?,C,i*.\ 36% Wt,
.VWTexas Pacific . 27"il 2«»»! 26' 264
.•KiOjTfeJrd Aye 13% jl3 I 12 s i 13
SOOIToI St V & W. 27%j 27 26 27
! Do pfd ! | 574 60
lOO^TVIn City RT.illl |111 11104 Ul
...»..JUr!o n Bag & PJ j j 8 »
! Do pfd 1 1 1 52 6O
127.100'L'nion PaeiSe . .1177« i. 1 177« i 173T* 174 174%
J no pfd I I fll« J»3
...(Unit Rd» of SF; 1 127 2»
] Do pfd ! 1 57 59
!IT. S Ca«t I Pipel \ IJ« in»i
100| Do pfd 1.V5 I 5« ! r.3 W>4
- .VJO'U Robber ..j 36$] 3<; ! ST»4 37
SO>M \ Do let rf<l..!Hl4!llO ! silllo4hii
1 Do 2d pfd..' j [72' 73
2S.4fio'U S Steel Cor. l Kl4i 7RI4J 7SU 7SI;
ii.wk)' no pfd !iis%ui7'iiii7 ii7v*
4.3i«n -l.'tah- Copper ..? 51 j 49'.;,l 49^,1 49»^
9,«oo'Vii-Car Chtm Co! eCv;' 59J6l*<K)%j <>)»;
3. .D0 pfd ! ! U2241124
l/Km'TTubash ! IS 1 ITV4I 17 I 17V4
•4.2«0' r»o pfd >....! 38 I 3<J I 35% 1 T.fiU
...... -.iWells-Fargo Ex I \ 'IC2 1175
srrfi'WeKtcrn I'nion .) 7114 71 ! 71 | 72
500AV«*ptinghouse . I 74^4! 73 I 72«4! 73
\XV'& L E ! ! r, I c.«
! Do Ist pfd. ..l ir.4l 164
....'..:! Do 2d pfd...) : 74 S4
SOOlWiPconsln Cen .! fiO | «0 | 6O'
.J-.-U." \Do pfd ]431431 42 143
* SjS^OO-^-Total Fharcp sold. .
Ir »vr Voric Bond*
S ref 2f rcg..JOo%|lnt Met 44s SOU
Do coupon WO'iUnt Mer Mar 44s fiS4
Do 3s reg KH^lJapan 4» RS4
Do coupon 101?* i Do 44» fl4»<i
Do 4* r«g 115 |Kan Cit.v So Ist 3s 73%
no «oop<iu Us%lt. Shor deb 45. 1031 0354
lli* Chal Ist r»*. 77 U. & N UDlfled 4*. i\S%
roe r Agricul 5*. 10214, M. X & Tes Ist 4s 97H
mer TitT er 45.103 < no gen 44s 55%
mef Tobacco 4s. So«g]Mo Pacific 4c 77%
Do «s j. 107 Do cv .'is ctf*.." f1.34
rmoiir 4»is 92 IN R of Mcx 445. 94^,
teh gen 4s fIS%IX V C gen 345..-SS»4
Do or 4s ...... 106>4l Do deb 4s . «3li
Do ct 5s I«S%IXY.Mf& H cv 6M34«i
tlan- C L Ist 4s 07, iNor & W Ist con4s UH%
»lt & Ohio 45.. !*V Do c T 4s ]OO
Do 34s- «2 iXor pucific 4s UO%
Do S *V 34*.. W4' I>o 3s :.V V....'.V ....'. 714
Pro«klyo Tr cv 4s S3%|o S Une rfdg 4r. 92%
central of Ga se.l«64tpa cv 345, 1915. 954
• Ont Leather 50.. P9 S 4 Pa con 4s .......103
CRR of XJ gn ss.l22%|ReadiDg gen 45... 9*%
Ctat'ii Ohio 446.1014} Do ge n r.s Ko^4
• * Do rer 5s . 93% Do gen 5s KRBj,
Chi & Alton 345. 70 ;St L S W con 4«. 754
- C. If & Q joint 4* 9-V4l Do let gold 45.. JK)U
. ' Do gen 4k I** B *! Seaboard A h 4s. 72**
r-C.M& StP gn S4s 92% !50 Pacific col 45.. °2
C.RI4 :\u25a0 Par col 4s 74i»| Do cv 4s ...... 9S -
.. Do refdg 4s R9 Do jrf .rer 45.. «4%
.i'<A', Indus 55.... 77 (So Railway- 55... .108
\u25a0*"T3olo Mifilaud 4n.. 70 »' Do gen -is .-,..:. W*b
jisHARP DECLINE
!;! IIS WALLSTREET
NEW YORK, Xov. o— The stock ;
market demand, which it waS .
hoped would be stimulated by the |
parsing of the election, failed to \u25a0;
materialize today and selling to
take profits had to be done on a
descending scale of prices. The
amount of profit-taking sales was
larpe and the effect on prices
acute. Final declines reached from
3 to 3H points for leading stocks.
A doubt took shape whether the
demand for material for the rail
roads would take on larpe pro
portion, while the question of
higher freight rates is still open.
The problem of enlisting: capital
for .such expenditures, even after
allowing the 'rate Increases, took
on more Importance, with a sur
vey of the heavy requirements on
world markets.
Suggestions of possible relief
for the local money market by
gold imports from Paris received
little countenance from - interna
tional bankers, of the most
prominent of them, newly arrived
from a visit abroad, expressed his
conviction that the price of capi
tal ,was to remain higher and that
corporations needing it would have,
to recognize the condition by sell
ing securities, even those running
for a long time, at reasonably low
figures.
The taking of a strike vote by
locomotive engineers of western
railroads renewed attention to an
other source of embarrassment
confronting the railroads. The ex
piration of t the term of agreements
with railroad employees of va-.
rious classes within the next
month will precipitate tills subject
into the field of active factors.
Tho German * potash law was a
specific rause for the weakness of
the fertilizer stocks. The grant
ing of higher freight charges in
southwestern territory by the in
terstate commerce commission was
equally specific In strengthening
the southern railway stocks.
Call money went no higher than
43^ p er cent and yielded to be
low 4 per cent, but the time money
rates wer«» firmly held. The for
eign exchange market was firmer
at higher rates.
Bonds were irreciular. Total
sal«»s (par value). $2,137,000.
T'nitPd States bonds ; were un
changed on call. 1
NEW YORK. Xov. 9. — K. F. Hut
ton & Co.'s wire says: With elec
tion results the stock market to
day was generally expected to do
better, but the small professional
contingent who hatl been follow
ing the recent rise were-disap
pointed. The security market had
temporarily discounted these fa
vorable events and was due, for
a considerable setback, partially
as a resulfof th*» monetary situa-v
tion hut principally to await some
thing more definite on the railway
rate situation. We see nothing
illogical in the decline in the mar
ket today and expect somewhat
lower prices before another up
ward swing is inaugurated.
E. V. Hutton A- Co.
E. F. Hutton & Co., who were
suspended from the New York
stock exchrfntre May 26 for one
year for technical infraction of
the exchange rules on salaries'and
"commissions, were yesterd.iv re
instated to membership, which is
; a concession to the firm by the
1 exchange.
Col So r&ext 4Ub 9< % .%;;i:n10n Pa.-ific 4?.. 101*4
T>el & H(!d cv 4s. 9Rt^ ! Po cv 4s 105%
Pen & RioG 4s. 95 i Do Ist & ref 4p. 964
l>o r»f 5s . 91 ! ».,!V S Rubber fi5...103
DictUlTß r.« 76 IT'S Steel 2d .'S..IO3TJ
Trie prior iien 4s. sr> \\~* Car Chcm sp. . 1 or> vi
I><> gen 4s 74!K!\VRha«h Ist 5s 10f>
Po <v 4s. ser A 76 } Do 'lst & ext 4s. 65
Do cv 4s. ser B 70 Vi, Western Md 45... StY%
On F.le<t cv .%s. .14SU I Westing El cv ss. 914
111 Cen lßt ref 4s 9S>i!Wis Central 45... 93
\«v York illiiitiK Stock*
Alice 2.oo! Little Chief ..... 10
Cr>m Tunnel Stork 2." ' Mexican lilS
Com Tunnel Bonds 19] Ontario 2.00
<Vm Va Mm Co.. l.ftOiOphfr 1.20
Horn Silver 35' standard 45
Iron Silver .. 1.50! Yellow Jacket ... 50
I.eadvllle Con ... 10!
»w York Curb Stock*
Bid. Ask. l Bid. A<=k.
\mer Tob .436 43S !r 8 v Central.. 2 1-16 2'i
Rraden 4 ,4i;ißar Con ... 20% 2<>V4
Rrit Colnm.. f>% 6 T i!San Toy 22 27
Ute Coalition 2O 20% .Standard Mill 17 19
Chi Subway. 4 5 | no pfd ... 5O 54
< i,ino 214 21 '.J Standard 0i1. 620 623
Cons Ariz .. 2 2 1-16 Super & Pitts 141; 15
TMores 5 SWTrI BnlTlon... 7-16 9-16
Daviß na!y.. IT i 2 H'nion Cop .. .'4 n \i
a Rayo "... 3% 35iT no pfd ... 10 20
Fly (>nt ... 15 16 It'n Rico 3 .%
lifst Natnl.. 2^ 2*;'Ynkon 3* 8 4
<;iroui 7>i 7%!FTactlotr . 29 31
J.alsy 3 " 5 ITumbo V.x .. 26' 2S
Florence ..2 1-16 2 3-16;n>v Ptnli ...l»i 13-16
«;reeDc X*an...7% 7 11-lG^Mason Val .. »% »%
Gug Express. l9o 195 ißly Con 2-V 27
Inspiration .. 94 n'4!Relinont 4% 4 1110
Inter Rub .. 27U, 2KU!N>v Hills... 2% 24
Kerr l>ake .. 6% 6^,iMays 08 70
I.H Rose ...4 11-16 4% June 10 14.
Miami 19-}; 20 IPiilmer l^i 17-16
Mines of Am 50 55 1 Keystone 2V« 2*^
Montg Sho... 10 13 l^o L't^h 14 1%
Xlpissing ... 10 '/k 11 Uuly 45 50
(Ohio 1% 2|
DoHton- Stookn
BOSTON. Nov. 9.— E. F. Hiitton & Co.'c wire
says: There ivf.s a generally firm tone to
copper shares at the opening, with trading
moderately active. This market followed New
York very closely, the exception l»eing East
Ptitte. in which stock there i« developing a
strong marker based on conditions that must
add many points to current quotations.
Thp later market Is showing a reactionary
tendency, with declines rnnnlng from 1 to 2
I>oints throughout the t. ctive , list. ' While the
volume of tradlngjhas not been large, there Is
more pressure j against the market than there
lias been for some time. Other departments
of the market are also weaker.
Tlie topper piMluction of the Rutte mines for
O.'toii^r ls estimated at 22.913.751 pounds, as
against 22.990.050 pounds for September • and
24. 762. £00 for August.
The following list Is furnished by' K. P. Hut
ton & Co., 4SO California street, San Francisco:
Bid. Ask. l Bid. Ask.
Adventure .. Ml S^;jXorth lj»ke... S4 8%
Allouer. 41 454"j01d nomiulon 424 434
Arcadian ... 5t4 54!Oseeola 130 132
Ariz Com .. 174 17% lOjlhway ...... ~ R
Atlantic 7 S iParrot 14 14U
A P ... . *V* 5 iOuincy 77 79 .
Po pfd ... 14 15 tSnannon 13«4 14
Balaklalfl ... 4% 5 ISanta Fe ... 14 1»4
Ute Coalition 20 20% j United Shoe.. 55 .554
Cal & Ariz.. 57 58 1 Do pfd ...29 94
Cal &Hecla.s6O 575 ISuper & Bost l'/t> S 4
Centeunlal .. — 21 Super & Pitts 14 144
Coppr Range 71 714 Super Copper. 514 "'24
Daly West... 3Ti 4 V4 Tamarack ... CO —
Kast Butte.. 104 10% Trinity :.. 54 6%
Franklin 114 12 |L* S Mining. 3S 39
• Jranby 46 47 t ' Do ~ pfd -'•••\u25a0 4S? 8 4S"J
Hancock ..'.. 27 2.S Utah Apex .. 3 ~ 3*»
Helvetia I*4 2 Ptah Cods .. 25 254
Isle Royale.. 214 224 Victoria 24 2%
Indiana 15>i 15%! Wolverine ..*.131 1314
Kerr Lake .. 04 6%'Wyandotte ..1% 2
Keweennw .. 34 4 |Winona ; ..... 94 10
Lake Copper. 354 3S%l<;reene 'Can... 7% 7^i
La Salle ... 10% 114!«lronx 74 7% j
Mass Con .. 9 94JAlgomah .... — 114
Mexico Con.. — 5 I Ray Con ... 20 20U
Mich Mm .. 4% 5-1 Bost Elev ..127V>12S
Mohawk 50 51W!Ros & Albany.22l —
Newbouse ... 14 l^lltost A Mdfne.l.'U 332 I
North Rutte. 35 .V > 4|United Fruit.. lß3 1534 j
Nl'v Cons .. 20*8 -0%)
Boston Curb Mocks
Bid. Ask.! . Bid. Ask.
Bohemia .... 4 41J Inspiration ..9.5-16 914
Boston Ely.. 1% 1?4 Majestic ..... 51 53'
Calaveras ...2 15-16 3 Xer Douglas. 2 3-16 2>4
Cactus 30 31 - Ohio 1% 1 15-iG
Chief Cons.. 1»i 1 11-16 Onfco \u0084 2 3-16 -2%
Corbln 4 13-16 4%|Raw Coalition ,64 7
Chlno ... 21 *"3lf4JSoatk Lake... 84 \u25a0 &Si
Davis Daly..l 15-16 2 I '
London Cloning: StockM
Cons for money. .79 7-IC-I^ouisv & Na5h .'...152
Do for acct.79 11-1 CM, X & Texas.... 30
Ama 1 Copper .... 724 X V Central.. ....1194
Anaconda Norfolk & We5t. ..102
Atchlsoo .10S4 Do pfd ..: .'-904
Do pfd 105 Ontario' & West... 45
Bait & Ohio r.H2}4 Pennsylvania .....07«;
Can Pacific .204 Rand Mines ...... 8«i
dies & Oblo S6 ' Reading ..:....... 7<>ii
Chi Great West.. 24U So Railway .J ?28«
<'hi. Mil & St P.129V11- Do pfd 67
De Beers ....... 17% So Pacific- ...:. ..122*6
Den & Rio G.... 344|L'nlon Pacific ....181%
Do pfd .:...... 78 I Do pfd' ........ 95V.
Erie ......... 30% JU S'Steel... .v 83%
Do Ist pfd..... 5141 Do, pfd ........121
Do-2d pfd.. 304IWnhash ...... 18*4
Grand Trunk .... 25&J Do pfd ...:.-... ,-594
111 Central .... . .139 (Spanish 4s 90
Bar silver— Steady: 25 13-10 d per ounce.
Money — 44 r 'i4% percent. . ' \u25a0 ;
The rate of discount In the open ; market for
short bills Is 4% per cent and for three months'
bills [email protected] per cent.
Treasury . Statement .
WASHIXGTOX.Xov. 9.— Tbe condition of the
treasury department at the beginning . of busi
ness today was «s follows;, " *\u25a0- --v - • \u25a0
Trust funds— <Jold coin. „" $002.477, 6GB: sliver
dollars. $487.705.000; silver dollar* of IP9O
M.SII.OOO; silver certificates outstanding,- ?487,
43*.000. , '\\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 . \u25a0 ".* * '\u25a0'* ' .-..' '•-'. ; .-. : :
General . fond— Standard .silver ' dollars . In gen
eral fond,* f I,739,llo; 'cuirent^llabllltles, SllS,-
THE SAX ; FRANCISCO* CALK TIIIJRSDAYv NOVE^rBER 10, 1910.
Trading on Local Stock Boards
Still Quiet and Without Feature
245.050; working balance In treasury offices. $20,
947.702; in banks to credit of treasurer of the
United States. ?34,«20.002: subsidiary silver coin.
$16.5P9.65«; minor coin. 5545.569; total balance
in general fund. $85,397,095.
SlostN-Sheffleld Co. Tnasjen nivldend
NEW YORK, Xov. 9. — The directors of the
Sloss-Sheffield steel and iron company .today
passed a dividend' on the common stock, which
has been at the rate of Hi- per cent quarterly.
The company in explaining Ur action- set forth
the flooding of two slopes of . one of the most
Important mines. • This made the entire output
of ore from this mine unavailable for eight or
nine months. 1 •
The unavailable ore. it was stated, contains
lime enoogu to flux itsejf. and the lack of It
caused the shutting down ; of two furnaces and
Increased the co&t of iron production. . ' •
Xcw York Money Market .
XEW YORK.- Xov. 9.— Money on call, 3"£ (ft
4544 S 4 per cent: ruling rate, 4*4 per cent; closing
bid. 3 per cent: offered at 3*4 per cent.
Time loans, firm: GO nnd 00 days, iifijoyi per
cent: six months. 4%(55- per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 514 'g0 per cent.
.Sterling exchange, firm with actual business
in bankers' bills at $4.51W54.5170 for CO day.
bills and at $4.8575 for demand.
Commercial bills. §4.SKST:4.SI%.
\u25a0 Bar silver. -ViTsC.
Mexican -dollars. 47c
; Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds Ir
regular.
.Northern Business)
PORTLAXD. Xov. 9.— Clearings, $2,038,555;
balances. $194,341. -„* ' .
SEATTLE. Xov. 9.— Clearings, $2,461,784;
balances, $322,550. ' «.„_.« '
NPOKAJSE. Xov. 9.— Clearings, $1,018,844;
balances. $97,773. ' .\u25a0 _„._
. TACOMA. Xov. 9.— Clearings, $l,0o2^15;
balances, $105,395.'. ... ••>
I.nnns, Exchange nnd Silver
2 Silver and Hongkong exchange were lower.
The Korea took out $273,976 In silver bullion
for Hongkong.
Prime mercantile paper 5 fd<\ per cent
I/ians on real estate :SVs<SB per. cent
Sterling exchange. t>o day 5;...... — (ft4.^2\i /\u25a0}
Sterling exchange, sight. '..".. — @4.SO»i
Sterling exchange, cables. — tfl4.S7\i
Xew York exchange, sight — (58 .05
Xew York exchange, telegraphic. — M • fl " I 4
Hongkong exchange. Fight — W .45^
Hongkong, exchange, telegraphic. — <3! .46_
Silver per ounce — tfi! .•*>•*•"»
Mexican dollars, n0mina1. ....... — @ .50
COXTIXKXTAL
X'ew York on Paris .' '. 520
Xew York on X'exico. 2011,4
Park on -London. 25.2S
Berlin on I/Mjdon \u0084 A .20.49
STOCK MARKET
Local securities were fairly traded in yester
day, but changes were few». Associated oil was
nrmer at $43.37 >£ and Xorthern California power
consolidnted rose to ?G3. Fireman's In
surance sold at $230.
California street cable was ex dividend of
COc yesterdity.
The Water Front tide land, company has
levied an assessment of 30c, delinquent Decem
ber 15. , -
STOCK A.\D BOXD EXCHAXGE
WEDXESDAY. Xov. 9—10:30 a. m.
UX-ITED STATER BONDS
Bid. Ask.! * • Bid. Ask.
4s or cp new — — ;3s or coup... — —
MISCELLANEOUS BOXDS
Ala A W f.s. — 100 |O G.I.&H ss. — 102« A
Am REI ss. 94 95 m Oak Tran fis.lOS "—
Asso OH ss. 93Vi fW%|Oak Tran 05.104 " —
Hay CPC 55.101% — |O Tran Cn 5s — 104^
Cai C G-ss.HWti — lO Trac Cn 5s 90 9S •
Cal G&V. g ~ O Trac Co 5s 90 —
m & ct/ss. 98"i — O W gtd ss. 00 99
Cal st r ss.ini«i — Om Cable »55.105?; —
Cal Wine ss. Bfl S!> Irac «Im 4s. 82 -—
City El 55.. 88 90 P E Ry~s*.. — —
C O Wat ss. 97 J»9 JPrc I.&P ss. — 99
Do p mgss — 94% mo gtd ss.lo«Hi —
F.d El LA 55.100 — iPac T&T ss. 99V& —
Ed L&P Os. — — IP & C H^s.lOO —
DuPt P 4%fl S3 S.S tp &- OR «s.ino —
First F Tr.'s.lOlVi — People's Wss fix 70
F&C II Os.lol — Powell st 65.. t^!^^ —
HC & S ss. — — Sac EO&RSR.IOO 100U
Hon R T Os.loo — - S niego R ss. — —
L Tahoe Rss — 105 S 3 L&P-s*. 97^i —
L A Elec si». 98 — SFEIRy 5s — —
LAG &- El 5* — 100,^ SF.O & SJss.los%lofii^
Do Cor ss. 9fi% — no 2d mgss — 9«Mi
L A Ry 55.. 105^ no Con ss. — 9fl
LAL gtd 55..— 100 S.T& SCR 4>^s — 85
LAP lem 55.10H;i02 Sierra R 65.. — 100
LAP Cal ss. WVj — IS P of C 6s
Marln W fiu.lftoaj — I (1912) — 102U
Mkt st C 65.102% — |SPC leg Ss.HO. —
Po lem ss. 90 100. IS PR X 6.125 —
MV& MtTss. — 102V«!SPRR Ist r4s 955; —
XRof C ss. r- lll^itStkn G&E •is.lfMi —
X C Rr ss*J.ol*ilo3 * SV W g mg4s 90% _
X C P Co 5s — 1O2V41I; G & E ss. — ' 100
XCPCn 5« — 94V, IIH of SF 4s.- 07U 69
X El Co ss. — - -,91Vj Val Co' V ss. OS —
, " WATKH STOtrKS
Merln Co .. — —(S V Wat Co. 49 49^
Pcop W pfd. 38, — I
GAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS
City El Co.. 50ii — |Phc L pfd... 75« i 70 »i
X. Cal Power 02% — Do- corn ... — 75
Oro W, L&P 02 63^1 ' '
I XSL'RANCK STOCKS - .
C«l Ins Co.. 75 s<) IPac C Cas Co. 155 175
Firemn"s Fd.245 — |
1 BANK STOCKS
Am Xtl 8k.130 — jFlrst Natnl.-. 220 250
Anglo & L0n. 149^154 IMer Nat Bk. — —
Bank of Cal. — 207 Union T Co.- —
Cent Trust.. l 23 126 | *
SAVINGS BANKS
Ger S'& L.2550 2900 Mut Say Bkl — —
Hum S Bk. . — J4O |Sec Say Bk.. — 325
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS
California .. — — " | Presidio ..... 25 32V&
POWDER STOCKS
Dv Pont pfd S2^ S3 iGlant Con .. SSU —
Do com ...1421^ — I
r ' SUGAR STOCKS
TTawalian C. Xi^ 34 IMakaweli R C 33ii —
Honokaa S C 12% 14, |Onoraea S C. — 41 %
Hutch SPC 16 — iPaauhau S C. — ; 2\;.
Kllauca SC. 12 — iKnlon S Co.. — 70
-~\ OIL STOCKS
Amal OH Co. — CO Hlnion Prov .. — — '
Asso Oil Co. 43 — (United Pet .. — —
Palmer OIL. 1.35 1% .W Coast O pf — 101
Sterling Oil.. — 2%l IM com ... — —
Union OH . . — — \ \u25a0 I .
MISCRLLAXEOUB STOCKS
Alaska P A. 86 Vi — IPac Au.t FA — • 5
Cal F C A. .104 100 Pac O 80rax.156 —
Cal Wine A. 37% — Pae' T&T pfd 93 % —
MVft MtTm. — . — Do com ... 42 42^
N Alas S Co. — 115 Philip T& T 23 14 —
SALES -^
Morning Session
P.oard— » \u25a0 •
10 Associated' Oil C 0...... >» . . 43.37^i
5S Fireman's Fund, Ins Co ... .250.00
30 Onoinea Sugar C 0 .......... 40.00' i:
$1,000 Contra Costa Water Co 5s ~U~.<K>
$1,000 Oakland Traction \u25a0. Co 55. ....... 90.00 .
$1,000 S F. Oak & San Jose Ry 55.. 106. 00
$1,000 Spring Val Wat gen mtge 45.. 90.37^
Street— "" . \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0->\u25a0•
50 Fireman's Fund Ins Co 250. 00
• 150 Pacific Tel & Tel (common)... . 42.00
sl.ooo"Northern Cal Ry "»><;.... 102.50
Afternoon Session . \,\
Board — • \u25a0 ;
' 10 Alaska Packers' Assn. 86.50
10 Associated Oil C 0 .............. 43.37}$
\u25a0 40 California .Wine Assn .\.-.- 38.25
. 35 X Cal Power Co Con... ..^V. . 63.00
SI.OOO Xorthern-Ry Co of Cal 55..>v.111.25
$5,000 S . P R R Ist refdg 4s. 1 ......' 96.00
$1,000 Spring Val Wat gen mtge 45.. 90.50
$10,000 Pacific Tel, &, Tel 5s 99.23
Street—'
40 Associated Oil Co. .:.;.;. \u008443. 25
; 100 Maka w*li Sugar Co . / 33 . 50
U.VI,ISTED' SECURITIES
- - Bid.. Ask. . \u0084 :;\u25a0\u25a0 Bid. Ask.
Noble. El Stl. — :lO.v S Cruz P Cem 32 \i 40
Orpheum «s. . Kt2 Do Cs ..... SOVj —
Pac G&E pfd SS S9 Western Pss 95^'
Do 5«'..... y«'4 99 Xatoma L bds — 96
Peop W com 2 — G W»rdw bds 01% 92'/.
SF & SJVSs.HO — - \u25a0»
- SALES •
13 California Wine Assn ; (pfd> . .. .78.50
5 Pacific Gag & Electric (pfd)... 88.50
40 Vaclfie Gas &' Electric (com). . 69.50 .
$3,000 S F & S J'.Valleyßy,rss ...... 111. 00:
MININGSSTOCKS ;->; ->
Belmont ' was . the ' active stock yesterday and
decllued . from \u25a0•* $4.70; As Monday's close, to
$4.00. All other stocksrComstoeka and southern
Xevadas. werequlet , and 1 featureless. ' ... ,
:'- The mines of Touopah district shipped , a total
of \u25a0 7.065 1 tons ,of ore |of| an pstitnated , value of
$mf»,073 to the mills last . week. .'" The Tonopah
mining \u25a0\u25a0 company- sent 3.600* tons. -.the"' Belmont
1.700 tons. .Montana' l.os3; tons. Tonopah Exten
sion 060 tonx. West -End .400 tons,- MacXainara
2uO-,tons and Midway 50 tons." '.-, v .'»'::\u25a0
" Goldfield advieeslsay nhat. a 'ronph .estimate
of. the output of\the:Goldfleld consolidated minos
for the "month ! of ; October shows ; that ; $1,000,000
has been • produced from : the .p roperty during that
time.; \u25a0 The -tonnajre- amountod / to \u25a025,7ft4, a por
tion , of; which >was- blgb /\u25a0ffrade,} Vand : snipped
to smelter. , The, net profits of the; Consolidated
mine* for the fiscal year ending /October 31 were
$7,400,000 above .all-o perating; expenses. .'.-With
the disbursement' of dividend* No. 9, on Octobi-r
31 the Consolidated : paid;- In dividends during
the fiscal year « ending on • that date - $7.115.248,
whlch-brings the total' dividend* up to 111.027,
471.. There is approximately ; $1.u00,000 . cash : in
the treasury. .V- -\u25a0>.' '- .-P':. . \u25a0*..*••\u25a0 "- *•\u25a0•»"• '-;\u25a0\u25a0 ;\u25a0• '*\u25a0\u25a0. -.. .'<>;--\u25a0'
\u25a0:,- During s the ; last: week . the ._ Yellowy Jacket ' mill
crushed a*, total of : 947 >. tons ;of ore.': divided -as
follows: " Jacket ".dump'* rock. IS!), tons; Jacket
mine ore, 331' tons: Crown Point ore, 42(5 tons. 1 .
In the Crown" Poijjt -'.mine s the: brunt "of s the
workjdone -last. weeklwas on- 1,200'- and- 11400
levels. ';stopes: Xos. 1 'and 2 : on the'l.2oo'yield
lng-.216 cars "averaging -$3.70 -per -ton: and iieii
cars I ?5.74 1 pcr ~ ton. At | the I Belcher i work \u25a0« Vas
1 finished on .' the surface ' buildings' and the ex
traction for the week j was 50 cars \u25a0 averaging
?fi.25 per ton and 89 cars averaging $7 per ton.
Concentrates were shipped by. both Crown Point
and Yellow. Jacket. companies. _ ;
Caledonia has levied an assessment cf 10c. -
SAX FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHAXGE
/Following were the sales on the San; Fran
cisco, stock j exchange yesterday: ;•
COMSTOCKS '
Regular Morning Session
100. Best &. Belch. '2011000 Scorpion "4
100 Con Va M..1.C2V.1 200 Sierra Xcv ... 19
-200 Savage 12] 300 Union C0n,.... 2S
Afternoon Session . - '\u25a0
200»Bunion ...... 10! 100 Mexican ....1.1.%
20f/Caledonla .... l.Si 300 Ophlr ...*.. ...1.25
100 Con v n M..1 02% 200 Sierra Nev ...— 19
100 Con V a M....1 05! 100 Savage ....... 13
200 Gould & Cur. Ill* 200 Utah *.'•'•\u25a0 0*
• . Informal Session \u25a0
1100 Brims Chollar 231 300 ton Va'M..1.02%
1000 Bruns Pctosl. ': 21 J
CLOSING QUOTATIONS %
Bid. Ask. l : ' Bid. Ask.
Alpha :...... 02 .04 Julia Con — 07
Alta — lOiJustlce :....... — 10
Andes ....... 07 09]Kcntuck Con..' — 10
Belcher .54 — I.ady -Wash ..05 —
Best -& Belch. 2!) 3llMexican ... . . . ..1. 15 1.20
Bruns Chollar. 23 — joecfdental .... '"42 —
Brnns Potosi. 21 — Ophlr; ....... :.1.22 1.25
Bullion OS 10 Overman \u25a0•: 25 —
Caledonia .... IS 20 Potosi ...".....' 40
Challenge .... 16 is Savage' .r. .... 12 13
Cliollar ...... 05 07 Seg Belcher . ., OS 11
Confidence ... — ' 00 Scorpion .... 1 . 04 05
Con Va Nr....1.00 I.oslSlerra Nev ... 19 20
Con Imperial. 02 03|,Silver Hi 11,...,— 06
Crown Point.. — '55 Union Con ...; .2S 29
Exchequer"... ll 13 Utah ......... 03 04
(Jould & Cur. 10 rl2 Yellow. Jacket. 43 —
Hale & Norc. IS 20! ' *
TOXOPAH AXD GOLDFIEI-D STOCKS
- Regular Morning Session .
5«o Belmont. s 10.4.851 100 Florence ......1.80
100 Cent Eureka. .l.4oJlooo, Golden 03
' ' \u25a0 / Afternoon Session . • : .
200 Belmont ...4.67V. 100 Florence I.SO
1900 Belmont .....4.70 lOfiO Man " Con V... 02
500 Blup. Bull ... 04 500 Gld Kewanas.. 06
1000 OO'D ...... 13 700 Midway 20
Sooo Man -Dexter.:. 05 100 West End ... 54
1000 Eagle's Nest.. 04|
Informal- Session
100 Belmont ...4.6"mUKX) Jumbo Ex..... 26
200 Belraont -.4.65 1500 Midway ...... 21
100 Belmont ...4.62^ 1000 Oro 06
1100 Com Fraction. 2912000 Rescue Enla . . 11
1000 Man Dexter... : 05| 200 Silver Pick .. 07
' -CLOSING ' QUOTATIONS'
. CAXIFORXIA ,-, J~
Bld.Ask. Bid.Ask.
Argonaut 1.00 .-— Cent Eureka... — 1.40
CassUly Con... — 10
NEVADA •
Tonopah District
Bln.Ask.) " Bld.Ask.
Belmont .....4. «i0 4.62 North Star 05 06
Jim Butler .. 30 31|Rescue Eula ... 10 11
MacNamara '.. 2S' 30 Ton Exten ...1.00 1.10
Midway 20 2llTon of Nev. ..8.25 5. 50
Mlzpah Ex .. 30 — (West End. .. "3 55
Montana ..... 94 96J " '«
Ooldfiel.l District
Adams 01 02|Gld Kewanas.. 06 07
Atlanta 13 14lGld Merger, M. — .09
Blue Bell ... 02 03|Grandma ...... 02 .03
Blue Bull ... 04 05| Great Bend . . 02 03
Booth ... 07 OSlGin Bend Anx. — 01
COP I". 14 Grt' Bend Ex. — 01
Columbia Mt.. 02 04 .Tumbo Ex ... 26 27.
Com Fraction. 2S 29 I.one. Star .... 02 03
Conqueror .... 01 02'Oro 06 07
Cracker Jack. 01 02|Red Hills .... 03 04
Pindfld Trngl. — 01 Red 'Top Ex.. 03 04
Florence .... .1.77 1.52 Silver Pick' \ . 07 OK
France* Mhk. 01 — |St Ives .. — 16
Gold' Bar Gld — 101 Wonder .....; — .01
Gld Con M...5.05 — JYcllow Tiger.. 05 07
Gld Portland. 01> 02| \u25a0'
Bullfrog Dlstrkt
Amethyst .... — OljMont Bullfrog.- — .01
Bonnie Clare.. — a'lMontgomy Mt. «—« — 01
Blfrg Nat Bk 01 02 Tramp Con ..-02 0-4
Homestake K. — 01 Valley View... — : ; 02
Mayflower Con 05 06j
• '" \u25a0 Manhattan District
Man Con .... % 02 OSiPino Nut .... — 01
Man Dexter... 05 06 Stray , Dog ... 02 04
Mineral Hill.. 01 (Thanksgiving.. 02 04
Mustang Man. 01! ,021 -
- - , Other Districts -.
Eagle's Nest.. 04 05|Pitts S Peak..^ 60 65
Falrvw G Bid 03 041 Ramsey ...... — 01
Fairvn- Eagle. 40 451 Raw Coalition. 05 06
Falrvw Hailst 03 04 Round Mt 35 40
Jack Pot 02 04 Tecopa Con ... — 40
Nev Hills ...2.35 2.40 : \u25a0 '
AnnenMment iDlrectory ConiMtoefc- Mines
Company — No.' Del. Board. Sale Day. Amt.
Central Eureka. 26 Oct. 23 Nov. 26 „ .04
Gould & Curry 18^ .Xov., 2- - Dec. 27 . .10
fhollar 14 Dec ~r» \u25a0"."' . Dec. 30 .10
Caledonia .. Dec. 9 ."". ' :.. .10
OIL STOCKS
Tho feature on the. exchange yesterday was
the rise In -Marlcopa M from $2.00 to $3.05
under n good list of sales. Palmer was firmer
at $1.37Vy. Xo other changes. \u25a0
Dividends are announced ns follo^t:- Mascot.
4c. payable November 20, books clos^ Xovember
10.: Monte (,"risto. 10c, payable Xovember 19,
boots close Xovember 14; Paraffine, lc, /pay
able Xovember 15. books close . Xovember.^l2.
Hroflkfl'oll company has levied an assessment
of 2iic. delinquent : December 12. ' "", .
Tlie Pinal oil company, has just declared its
sixty-second consecutive monthly^', dividend,'
bringing the total disbursement of dividends to
nearly ?1.000,000. •, / ; :
This Is the oldest company in the Santa Maria
field and has been most carefully managed.
Its stock holders have never been assessed and
the 25 wells have fine equipment and have been
paid for, 'ln addition to the dividends, from
the sale ,of Its light oil. In addition to the
432 acres owned In the Santa Maria field, one
half of which is drilled and all proven, .the
Pinal oil company has two valuable leases in
the eastern Santa Maria field, the Hutt lease
of 240 acres and the Fleisher lease of 240 acres.
Hoth of theite leases are on the same antl-cline
as \u25a0 the Brooks oil | company, -which has just
brought In better |hnn a 300 barrel flowing well.
Conditions at thr| Brooks ! are very similar to
the Palnier, and the well Is expected to increase
In amount. Tlie | Pinal - well on the Flelsher
tract has been cemented at 2,150 feet, having
penetrated over 150 feet of, oil sand. . Xo doubt
this well . will be as goyG a producer as i the
Brooks, the strata being : conformable. .'\u25a0':-\u25a0:. '\u25a0' :
\u25a0: At the other end of the anti-cllne the Hutt
lease will be proven by the .Summit oil com
pany, which is now. drilling on the common line.
The Summit oil company's weir has been
cemented at about;l.4so feet, and they are now
drilling in blue shale, and conditions look very
favorable for a further extension of the field
to the north. . - " , -\u25a0 v .
The price of the agency September oil Is
43.98 cents per barrel after -deducting- 10 per
cent due the Union and one-halt cent per- barrel
to agency. From this Is to be taken a storage
charge of 7.8 cents per barrel of oil sold. This
leaves the net price 30.18 cents per barrel, 1.18
cents above August. : This , clears storage oil
from further charges on that. account. The de
liveries for September amounted -to. -750.000
barrels. . . -," ' ' " \u25a0
After a suspension "of SO days theßrookshlre
oil . company, which Is operating on section 2,
North ' Midway, has started, up again. :
The oil company has decided to
erect 11- additional derricks on the Pioneer Mid
way; property, and . two : crews of : rig builders
are now at workthere. Kive'of.the nine wells
on the pioneer Midway \u25a0 are; good producers, • one
of ithem- being a gustier that at- one j time had
an output of 8,000 barrels per day. : \u25a0
SAX FRAXCISCoTsTOCK EXCHANGE
Bid. Ask. ' » , , Bid., Ask.
Alma ....:. — " 1.00 Xer Connty. .10 —
Apollo .:... OS 10 Xcv ; Midway IS —
Asso Oil ..42.50 43.50 New' Pa Pet. 55 v. |—
Do 5s ...94.00 — Orcutt Oil .. 10 —
Rlue Moon.. OS l ll|Pac S Pet.. — 32 I
Prookshlre.. 1.15 -I:2o; Paraf fine ... 75 S5
Caribou 1.40 *— {Palmer ....'. 1.37, 1.40
Clavemont. . 1.40 ?,1'..">0 Peerless *.:.. : —4.50 !
Coalingn C. — 40 Piedmont .:. 10' .15
('oal Mohwk 1.2-7 1.30 Pinal 7...... 4.50 ' —
Coal v Natnl. ' 11. •\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0— Premier i;'..... 71 75
Con Midway 24 20 Republic v ... . r >2 03
He. Luxe ..1.10 —S. F &, McK.17.50 .—
Dominion .. 75 — Saver Dough — 2.00
Kmpire .... ,— S.OOfSectlon 25 ..23.00.; —
Knoß ......% 95 I.lo!Sesnon ...... 8.00
Four-.-t...' — r-12|Silver Ti|>... 1.50 —
Fiilton — '"\u25a0 1.50 S W &. 8...1 30 40
111 Crude... — 42 Sterling .T:.; 2^ 2.25
Junction ... —v - 39 sunset ;-Mon. ;. \u25a0\u25a0' — 4.50
Marlcopa X." 25 * ; —Turner ..•...'1.20 —
Marlcopa ,3« 2.95 ' 3.25 Wolverine . . 40 - —
McKlttrlck.. •15 .20 W KOil Co. 2.30 2.50
Monte Crist 2.55 ; — Storage ctfs. 35. 42
SALES '
i \u25a0 .11:30 a.' m.— -:'-\u25a0' 'A-'.-r: . \u25a0\u25a0'. ' :
\u25a0' 100 Erookshire '..........'... 3.12%
1700 .Marlcopa 30 ....................... 3.00
100 Marlcopa 36 .'. ."." .". '•"•'• \u25a0\u25a0 — ••'•• 2.05 "
COO; PalmFr" . . .'. : ;- 1.37141 .3714
•\u25a0-.- r-rr -r - ~2p. m.— • •\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0: \u25a0 . . ' ' .
200 Marlcopa 38 .*...:........ 3.05
l«0O Nevada -Midway:.... ..............' :18
•500 Republic ....."..:.. ..': • 53 '
\ Assessment Directory OH Stockii'-- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:£,\u25a0
; Company— Xo. Del. Board. Sale Day: ; AmtV
Amy\ .......;. .-"2 oct.'2l . Nov. 17 .. .10
Blue Moon .... 8 Oct. 2S Xor.- 14 ." .07
De V Luxe . i Oct. 27 \u0084 Xot. 22 . .10
Four Oil ..... a Xov. 18 - Dec. .7 . .02
\u25a0 .LOS AXGELESOIL EXCHAXGE
{Special .Disoateh "'to -The Call]z .'! " V
--. \u25a0 LOS " ; AXGELES.'" Xov.' \u25a0 ft.— The •; general ; tone of ,
the oil. stock market today; was brighter than on
the. days immediately preceding election. -,! Several ;
stocks,, showed; gains.y/. Mexican tcomraonv moved ;
«p * three .; points.t : \u25a0 California 1 : and .Consolidated
Midways ; were stronjt.'. The ca.ll: - /. -
\u25a0's'Proflucers-^ \u25a0 '.---': :•.-;:-. ' Bid' -Ask.*"'.
Amalgamated I f )il ; Co. '. v'.~.";\V. 26 1 12%^ 50.00 ;:-
American Crude; Oil C 0....... .— .60 \u25a0:
'American ' Pet :Co> I pfd 1,:'..-...;".— V - : . DB.OO i
'American' Pet Co ''(com )'<*."...;.' -— V; 62. 00 "i
Associated Oil 'C. \ . . ; . . '.;*; .v; . 43 . 00 '* - '43 .25 > ' j
SUMMARY OF v--
THE MARKETS
Wall ."'Btreet ? sjtockW; and -coppers
several " points - lower.
Cotton market declined.
Silver , nnd Ho n jfkous : exchangre
. lower.. : \u25a0""\u25a0\u25a0. :: ;.\u25a0"•'\u25a0;:,.'".';\u25a0,. '
T.ocnl »toek marketn quiet. . .
AV'heat In better., tone and oats
very- steady, i ' ; .' j
Barley . market advanced.'/, "i
Corn coming: In freely from the
-'.west.- • j ,' ,
Hay and feedntuffai about the sanie.
Beans weak,' with .. some sorts
- lower. -. ' - _'\u25a0 j . '
Hops 'firmly i held- by. growers.
Live hogs loner. Some chonge In
. 'sheep. ' "
Jirnln hnc» quoted hljrher.
Flour and cereal poods unchanged.
Compound lard and salad oil lower.
Butter,'; «k«cs and cheese higher,
niver potators doing better.
Kresh fruit market featureless. •
Poultry market in fair shape.
Shipment of silver bullion to i
Hongkong. -*', \u25a0 "
California Midway Oil Co. .6G% Zr.fi'hi,
Central . . : •-..- l.R' • '1.95
Cleveland Oil C 0... .:..... 03%i-v ~
Columbia 1.02 1.20
Consolidated Midway Oil C 0... .24^- • .24%
Continental Oil ... • — , .45
Enos Oil Co ' 1.00 — \
Euclid Oil Co — .«\u25a0">
Kulle'rton Oil ;..... -r- ' 5.00*
Globe \... — .14
Jade Oil Co -....• ..".2a; .37
Mexican Tet ........ ..... — 1.00
Mexican P«t Ltd (pfd) ...... 72.00 72.12^
Mexican Pet T.td (com) ...... 36.62>4 37.00
Mascot Oil Co ......... .. — .-,'. 4 -°°
Xew Pennsylvania Oil Co — .!K>
Oline Land Co (oil) ... ...... . — . .G2
Palmer Oil Co. .....*".'..".'..;...' I.SO —
Perseus OH Co. . ..... — .21.
Tinal Oil C0......... Y....... — 10.00
Piru Oil & . Land ' C 0..'.... .'. . . . .20 —
Rice Ranch Oil C 0..., 50 > .57Va
I'nion ..........: .-5,102.,*>n iai.oo
Union Provident C 0 ..... .... ..101. 00 101.50
ITnlted ITetroleum. 102.75 103.23
United Oil Co .........' .74 - — ..
Western Union V. ....'.'. — 53.00y
.- X'onprodiieer« —
Oleum Development C 0... .... .03 " —
• .- SATjKS \u25a0
Mornlnjr Session
-20 Associated Oil C 0.... 43.00
1.000 California Midway .R7»4
1.000. California Midway .: .fi«^
1.000 California Midway .66 1 *
2,000 California Midway fi«9i
1.000 Consolidated Midway 24^4,
4,000 Consolidated Midway 24«-i
10,000 Cleveland .02V»
1,000 United .75
30 Mexican Pet Ltd (com) '. ... 35. 00
in Mexican Pet Ltd (com) '..35.50
10 Mexican Pet Ltd (com) ..*..... 35.73
10 Mexican Pet Ltd (com). 1 30.25
20 Mexican Pet Ud (com).. 3«.75
SO Mexican Pet Ltd (com) 3ft. 50
10 Mexican Pet Ltd (com) .37.00
30 Mexican Pet Ltd (com) 37.25
10 Mexican Pet Ltd (com) '. 37.62 Vi
W) Mexican Pet Ltd (com)"... 37.50 -
10 Mexican Pet Ltd (c0m). ......... 37.37^
10 Mexican Pet Ltd (pfd) 71.75
50 Mexican Pet Ltd (pfd) 72.00
Afternoon Session
' 20 Associated Oil Co. 42.25
20- Associated Oil C 0...' ... 43.12«4
2.0f)0 California Midway, b 30 .«"?i
2.000 California Midway .67
I.CXV) California Midway 67^
= 3,000 Consolidated Midway .24&
10 Mexican Pet Ltd (com) 37.25
i 20 Mexican Pet Ltd (c0m).... 37.12^
20 Mexican Pet Ltd (c0m)..... . 37. 00
10 Mexican Pet Ltd (c0m). ......... 3R.S7^
100 Mexican Pet Ltd (com) 36.75
1.500 United .7 .74 .
\u2666 — : 1 : \u2666-
GRAIN MARKET
Wheat nnd Other J Grains
Wheat — There was no further change In
prices yesterday. biit% there was .a better tone
to the market and quotations were steady.
CASH WHEAT
California club. $1.42V4®1.45: Sonora. $1.62%
(51.67V4; white Australian. $1.47^.(81.52%;
northern club, $1.42%@1.45: Rnsslan red,
$1.42%@1.43%; blnestem. 51.47%(@.1.52%.
FUTURES
I 10 a. m. Session
Barley — Futures were higher on the morning
session and the cash, grain also advanced. • .'
.\u25a0 Freights continue quiet at the union rate of
23s 9d. usual European, option*. The char
tered grain tonnage In. port, ls 28.655, against
10.078 .tons on th<».sam<» date last year; dls
engagPd, 70.154 tons. Against, 35.327: on the
way. to this port. -239.339 tons, against -178,987.
CASH BARLEY
No! l feM. $1; choice. $1.01K<§:1.02%: off
grades. 05'397VjC per ctl; brewing and ship
ping grades, $1.05(51.07%.
FUTURES >;:;
10 a. m. Session . .
Open. High. Low. Close.
May .... 1.08*; 1.00 I.OS^ 1.09
December 1.01% \u25a0 M. 02 I.ol*i 1~.02
2 p: m. Session
May— sl.oß% bid. $1.10 asked.
December— sl.o2% bid: $1.02% asked.
Oats — While prices show no improvement the
market is showing a good, steady tone. Red
for fe«d. $1.12%fe1.17% for ordinary and $1.20
(f?1.25 for choice; red -for seed. $1.27%(31.55:
black. $1.07%@1.10 for feed and $1.25(31.40
for seed; gray, nominal; white. $1.45(g1.55.
Corn— Another liberal - line of 2.400 ctls was
received from the western states yesterday.
Much of the corn now coming In from this
quarter is for export to Mexico and Guatemala."
\u25a0Western states yellow. In bulk, San Francisco
track. $1.35; white. $1.37%: • mixed. $1.34;
sacked- prices 7%c higher: white Egyptian, $1.45
<g,1.47%; brown do, $1.35(^1.40 per ctl.
Rye, continues very quiet at [email protected] per
ctl. ' - \u25a0 ~ . ' . . •\u25a0" fc \u25a0
LIVERPOOL
Wheat— Dee. Mar. .May
Opening .......... 6 1014 6 11% 'fi.llU
Closing ........... 6 10% G 11% 6 11%
. PARIS
Wheat — Xov. Mar. -June
Opening 27.30 27.45 •
\u25a0Closing ...v. 27.30 2T.43
• Flour— \u25a0 V *\u25a0 " '
Opening r...37.00 36.55
Closing \u0084 37.05 36.60
CHI CAGO BOARD OP TRADE
Future Grain and Provision*
CHICAGO, Xov. 9.— With the world's! stock
of wheat showing : a big' increase today, the
.market here weakened In a. threatening man
ner.. The close was,', however, ~ at a slight
recovery, though %c to%c net* lower. -Corn
finished \u25a014 -to %c down, and oats unchanged
to a loss of %c. I** test figures for provisions
varied from a rise of 37 %c to a decline of-2Vi
<gsc. \u25a0 . \u25a0 , . \u25a0 ' V
The uplift In the- total amount of wheat
In sight In tbe world was 2,500,000 bushels,
against; 1.451,000 bushels. Increase a year .ago.
Much selling followed the announcement.' but
the; market , was -already In -the possession of
the bears , in '.. consequence \u25a0of cable dispatches
telling; of declining quotations and of favor
able ki crop -• conditions in S foreign " countries,
notably Australia. Considerable selling here
was said to be on European' orders. Operation!
on • the short ; side, ' as a ' matter, of fact, were
overdone; E and ' the -effect J was to : cause a .' re
action which • was . aided by'news that the rush
1 of receipt* |of Winnipeg would be \u25a0 over in about
10 days. " Another \u25a0 influence : helping . a \u25a0•- rally
was the fact- that primary:' receipts In this
country showed a bi*: falling -off compared with
last year. > May 7 fluctuated 'from [email protected],
closing easy.. **<! net lower, at 94%(@94%c-
Larger country offerings, ..: fine - weather . and
1 fear of a ' bearish report \u25a0 from 1 the \u25a0 government
pulled down corn." Nevertheless, the tone in
the; final trading was firm:. May ranged from
48Hc to^4B%c. and- finished at 48%(g48%c. a
net loss j of ! %c. No. 2 yellow closed at 50Va
@50% c. . \u25a0.. . : ..: ,-.\u25a0-. ~- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0--:.
. Oats suffered a. little in sympathy with corn.
The main feature .was the buying of December*
and ; the selling', of .May spread. The
distant 'months sold ; from';' 34)4 to 34% c. with
last- transactions a .shade off at 34%@34%c.
< Pork closed -; unchanged , to, 5©7%e- higher:
lard . 2 VI-c lower , to 5c gain. 5 and ribs strung out
from . 2% (n. 5c -loss to an -advance of 37%c '."-'.
. - '. Chicago Grain and Piotldlod Futurci .. , .-...-;
. r (Furnished by E/ F/Hutton &, C 0.,. 400 California street.)-
The leading futures ranged as. follows: .-, * .--•- -.>•.••\u25a0
\u25a0 WHEAT— •• Open ' High I/>w Close, \u25a0 Xov.r7^ Year ago
December ..SO.SS% ... $O.BS»i ' $0.87% $O.SS% $0-^ .'51.03%
May ....V.;.. .95 .95 .94^ - . .94* i - .95% l.OCtj,
'July .:...."..........;...... .92% .92%- • .02V*' ;.J .02^; .' .93»i ...96**
Pecember "7... ...... .:'...... -.46^ .465 i .4*% .46.4 ; •***'* .SSS
W ,.:...:: :-.v..:....-.:::.. .4S^ .4S»i • .4*?; .4S?»- .4W, / .«04 ;
July. ....\u25a0.: .49>-i/ .49%. ' .49 V '.-494- •«% -50»»
iDecember"T.... ....;.......: .31% .314\- \u008431U -^H '!?,-
May. ....................... -.34* ii; .34 ."*H .- • •**% 'P*
Jul> ....:.................. .34H" '.34% .34»i •:\u25a0... .34?s> .394
•:• PORK— v \u25a0 ' \u25a0 ' ' ' ' y \u25a0
Xoveniber ~............\ 17.45 17.45 ' 17.45 . 1 ••\u25a0»•• - ,_•••-•
January .....:.. 17.50 17. 85 17.50 17.574 1. .524 20.fi0
May- .:.:...:............;.. 16.45 . 9.7TVJ 9.574 -*»-9u.. 16.474 19.774
'I\ It D - '"*\u25a0-/ - " ' -\u25a0' c * \u25a0 " *
Xoverober ..................... 11.40 11.47 ; 11.40 J^^- 1 J?-Ir^
January ...... :..... ...... .10.374 10.45 10..-!7li 10,40 . "•"
May ...:.....i. ........ ...... 9.95 U. 974 0.874 9.90 9.024^ 11.25
v^HORT RIBS— - -\u25a0' ' \u0084 - a t V^:.>:'^, ,„,. .„ -,
November 5 \u25a0"" "•."•... .'.:.. ..... 11.124 10.. 5 ;
•j^y".::v::::::: p. 324 <>.& .0.274 : 9324 9.324 10.35
May/:....':..-.- 9.15 . 9.174 • fl."lVj fl - 10 °-' 5 10.274-
Cash Gralu and Provision^ '
CHICAGO.* Nov. 9.^— Cash* quotations were as
fallows: :.;Flour, -quiet;'- Xo.- 2-rye,** 77c; feed.or
mixing- barley. ;[email protected]; J fair" to- choice malting.'
77©SlC ; flaxseed.v No. i-1 • southwestcrti; " $2.524 ;
Xo. -.-\u25a0 1 ; \u25a0 northwestern. "^ $2.654 : - \u25a0 timothy \u25a0 seed,
$7.50fg9.25; ; clover, " sl4.3o: • mes« \u25a0 pork, per bbV
$17.75(^18; 'lard. > per 100.. 1b5. -. $11.^75: short
ribs. ' sides -< (loose).* [email protected]; -\u25a0 short ." clear
sides '(boxed),- *[email protected] • - .--"- : *r;
•..:\u25a0 :;-. ;/^X ? ;GRAI.\*,STATISTICS '\u25a0\u25a0;' —>
".Total s 1 clearances'." of > wheat;: and flour ,4 were
equal to 59(5,000 bushels, -z Primary \u25a0 receipts/two
days.'-" werej'l.'424,ooo * bushels.' - 1 compared -with
2.439,000,1 bushels 4he i corresponding :\u25a0 day ; a _ year
ago. • i.The I world's - tisible*. supply.--* as | shown i by.
Bradstreet's, Uncreased* Z506.000 ;-Estl
mated \u25a0 receipts .for; tomorrow; ; Wheat, " 8S ;cars; ?
Barley Higher and- Wheat firm
Butter, Eggs and Cheese Higher
: corn, 354- cars: oats. 47 cars: ho?*. 20.001) head.,
DAILY MOVEMENT OF PRODUCE
Articles— Receipts. Shipment-.
Flour, barrel* " 56.500 ;SH2J
Wheat, bushels ........ 233.200 -
Corn, bushels ......... 590.700 H 4^^
Oats, bnshels 603.600
Rye. bushels S.OOrt ''ii-222
Barley, bushels ........ 135.000 „ 6^3o°
CHICAGO. Xov. fl.—B. F. Hntton & Co. »
wire- says: Considerable business ha* been cone
in wheat today, the tendency being • Htt.e
toward a narrowing of the December-May dif
ference here despl.tea little scattered Decembe.
llqoldation. Hleh prices have been •beat
to %c lower than Monday's close and the
points off about lU'* from Monday's last. Con
tinued jsood crop advices In the main nave
come from Europe and from the countries tnsr
are now rlpeninp their new crop wheat. Aus
tralia has had favoring rain*. Argentine t>«»
had further rains In north and some hail, ont
latter not counted unfavorable as was Indicate^
In earlier cables via Liverpool. Worlds avail
able supply increased 2.500.000 bnahelnaganst
an Increase *f 1.451.000 last year. T*e last
week's Increase is 'about evenly divided between
Xorth 'America and Europe. Primary receipt*
for two days continue to make a very small
showing as "compared with a year ago. and for
the last <wo days were lighter than two X™"
ago' an well. Puluth wheat stocks show little
Increase this week . thus far. and light shipments
are predicted for the • balance of the ""\u25a0**£•
Minneapolis stocks have Increased 275.0M> bush
els in four day*, but flour sales there have re
cently shown t- a considerable gain. Cash an<l
December wheat southwest are relatively
weaker than here. There Is an estimate here
that the -Argentine wheat shipments from tn<»
present crop would be 60.000.000 to 75.000.000
bushels without frost. These figures are tar
below popular estimates, bnt the sender has
confirmed them. Wheat market rallied on these
Argentine estimates from New York. A >ew
York exporter sends "The only cable regarding
Argentine surplus which I hear of today Is one
from Sunday, estimating It at 120.000.000 buso
els. They are very conservative." '
CORK— Corn has been weak nearly all aay.
although extreme low points have brorisht
enough buying to cause moderate rallies. There
has been more and better new corn offered for
sale in the sample market here today than for
some time, and also s more sold bx the country to
arrive 10 to 30 days* shipment from country.
Some of the new corn arriving has narrowly
missed Xo. 3 grade. There has been some Im
portant local selling and It has gone into scat
tered hands. Commission houses have bought on
scale orders. , "
OATS— Trade In oat* has been very lint.
Market opened lower with the other grains, tnen
rallied a little because of small primary re
ceipts nnd rather small sales .from the country
and lack of speculative offerings of importance.
•. \u25a0 .
Government Crop Report
" WASHINGTON, Nov. J>. — Estimates of the
department of agriculture issued today give the
total 1910 production of corn as 3.121.351A«>
bushels as compared with 2.772.37 C.OOO for
1909; ' yield per acre as 27.4 bushels, compared
with 25.8, tbe 10 year average: quality as Ri.2
per cent, compared with R4.4. th« 10~ year
average, and percentage of 1909 crop on farms
Xovember 1 as 4.3 per cent (110.05«.00O- bnsh
els>. compared with 3.5. the 10 year average
Production of tobacco was 967,150 pounds,
combarcd with 940,357 in 1909.
Wheat— Of this year crop averaged s*.a
pounds per measured bushel, compared with
'57.fi .the 10 year average: oats averaged 32..
pounds, eompa'red with 31.1. the 10 year aver
age, and barley averaged 40.!> ponnds. _
The average' production of apples was 4-^5
per cent of a full crop, compared with o0. «.
the 10 year" average. .
Produetlrvn of buckwheat was 1..054.000 bush
els, compared with 17.435.000 in 1909: yield
per acre 20.9 bushels, compared with 15.5. the
10 year average, and quality 02 per cent, com
pared with 90.7. the 10 year average.
The production of poiatoes was 325..5..000
bushels, compared with 376.557.000 In 1309;
yield per acre, 93.4 bnsbel«. compared with
91.4, the- 10 year average, and quality SS.S per
cent, compared with 57.7, the 1O year average.
Production of flaxseed was 15.050.000 bush
els, compared with 25.R5fi.000 in 1909; yield
per acre 4.J> bushels, compared' with 9.5. the 10
year average, and quality M.S per cent, com
pared with 91.1. the 10 year aversee.
Details for important crops in different states
follow: * ~ ..:->\u25a0'\u25a0'. i,
',- .Acres Quality
Yield Production Per
State: |§f|| Bushels. Bushels. Cent.
Texas' 1 "" 20.2 151.P93.0n0 91
Kansas' 19.0 1R9.325.000 79
Nebraska \u0084.25..S S O7 -^ 4 ;- 0^? "
Olkahoma 1«.O 82.352.000 65
South Dakota 26.0 56,212.000 .*
Colorado ...100^0 6.440.000 94
North^Dakot* .... . S.fi fi - 4t)S 'SS? 5?
South Dakota..... 5.0 3,300,000 $4
> I Available Grain Supplr
NEW YORK. Not. 0. — Special cable and
telegraphic communications received by Brad
streets show the following changes In avail
able supplies, as compared with, previous ac
counts: 1 ' ; .", l
Wh«»t — Uriited States, east Rockies, In
creased 398.000 bushels.
Canada. Increased W5.000 bushels. .
Afloat for and in Europe. Increased 1.000.000
bushels.
Total American and European supply In
creased 2.506.000 bushels.
"Corn— United States and Canada, decreased
551.000 bushels. ...
United States and Canada, oats decreased
052.000 bushels.
New York Grain Market
NEW TORK. Not. 9. — Flour was dull and
nominally lower. - Receipts. 49.026 bushels; ship
ments, 6,518.
Wheat— Snot easy-. No. 2 red. 94% c elevator
and 94c f. o. b.. afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth.
$1 12V4 f. -o. b. afloat. Fntnres market was
quiet and easier on weak foreign markets; lower
prices in Winnipeg: Increasing stocks both here
and abroad, as well as the continued small ex
port demand, closing %c net lower. December
closed at 95%e, May at $1.01% and July at
99% c. Receipts, 224,100 bushels; shipments.
311,593. : . ;? .-\u25a0;.-,-
Northern AVheat Marked
WASHINGTON
TV.COMA, Not. 9. — Wheat: Milling — Blue
stem 7?c; red Russian. 74c. Export — Blue
stem. 7Sc; club. 74c; forty-fold. 75c; red Rus
* aßece'lptsa ßece'lpts— Wheat. 81 cars; corn, SI cars; oats,
5 cars; hay, 6 cars. /
WASHINGTON
SEATTLE. Nor. 9.— Wheat: Milling qnota
tlons—Bluestem. 83c; forty- fold. 81c; club. 80c;
fife 80c; red Russian, 7?c. Export — Bluestem.
80c; fortr-fold. 7»c; club. 77c; fife. 77c; red
Russian, 75c ' '
Yesterday's receipts— Wheat. IS. cars; 'oats. 7
cars; barley, 2 cars: hay. 7 cars.
• \u25a0 OREGON
PORTLAND. N0v.. 9. — Wheat: \Traek prices —
Club, 74®75e: bluestem. [email protected]: red Russian.
73c- valley, 78c; forty-fold.* 75©7fic/
Receipts— Wheat. 102 cars; barley. 2 cars;
oats. 14 cars; hay. 9 cars.
MinneaPollN and Duluth Grain and-Flax
MINNEAPOLIS. ' ' Not. O.—Clfwe— Wheat-
December. J»%e»He:-MaT. $1.M%. • Cm^-Nol
1 hard $1.02%; No. 1 northern. $1.0H 4 ei.02:
No. 2 northern, [email protected]$l; No. 3 wheat. »4%@
97Uc \u25a0 '\u25a0 • • -• " \u25a0
Corn—No. 3 yellow. 52c.
Oats— No. 3 white. [email protected]
By«— No. 2, 74 Si 74% c.
\u0084:\u25a0 Flax closed at $2.67«-S.
DULUTH. Nov. 9. — Flax, to arrive, on track
and November, $2.63T4; December. $2.67%; Mar.
$** 53% - "• - * -* " *
CHICAGO. : Not. 9.— Exchange on New York,
10c discount.'
LOCAL MARKETS
Receipts "of Produce Xovember O|
Flotir. qr sks 3.B2o{Tallow, ctls \u25a0 . .-. 750
Wheat, ctls *\u25a0:\u25a0:\u25a0:' 3.4BsjHides. No;. . ..^>l.7Cs
Barley, ctls .... 6.2ss|Pelts. Xo 25
Oats ctls ...... 2.950, Lime, bbls ...... 340
Beans, sks . .V. . B.3B4lSugar. ctl» . .... 5,200
Corn, ctls . . .... 2,445! Wine, gals . .... .45.800
Bran. ; sks. V;.Vr. 255 Brandy,: gals .... 5.600
Middlings, eks .. 4001 Honey, cases ..;. '103
Potatoes, sks . . .10.9K0fRai*ln9. bss .... 7.600
Onions, sks.. i... 2;49oiQulcksilTer. flasks 300
Hayi tons ....... 493| Livestock. Xo ... 300
Hops, : bales ....^ 34 Chicory, bbls ... 20
Wool.-' 'sks ....... "3SI [Oranges, bxs: $m>
Short*, sks ..::. 150j Almonds, skr ... 25
Broom corn seed, • Lumber,- M ; 1t. .. \
vsks' ..."........ SGO| Apples.- bxs ..... 7.070
Leather, rolls ... 135|Paper. .bdls ..:.. 2.545
'\u25a0yti \u25a0;- " OREGOX
Oats, ctls ...... . 1.310
• - - ' ;,---; -, • .WESTERS ; STATES
Corn, fctls ;.'...... .r. . . .;.. . . u.~. ....''. . .2,400
Provlalonw
Componnd lard Is %c lower and «Ud oU 4^
1O Co?talen*_l half bbl. 12Uc: S "*!«»*. %£*
1 tierct. 12c; 2 tierces. ll?»c; 5 tierces. **t»c
and bacon-Ham.. »«« f 2f« Pj^
hams. 14% c: California h.ms. o^^:
6 to 8 ponnds 2S^3oc. 8 to 10 «^2Usl*n Irtt1 rtt
10 to 12 lbs 25ft2»k?; sugar cnrwl. 26 *8-'; • "*™
dry salt bacon. 8 to 10 »» »«; 4e ; f *2 tt'Lisiiat t 'Lisiia
[email protected]: medium bacon. IS&lDc; Hgnt meamta
cooking oil. 72c per gal; white cooking oil. «*=
per gal; salad oil. 76c per gal. .
I Beef— iical price* are qnotwf. Export • M^hi?
spited by the government, ar^ $1 per I bbl higher
Estra family beef. $18 per bbl; fan»\£. . b *'l' *;5
per bbl: extra mess beef. $18 P*r bbl: smoked
E^trrprimV. in barrels. $-"?2: c!^* r -. $ V*;
mess. $32: pig Vrfc. $38: P** Jy?~.*?-'\uJ
half bbls, $2.40 for 35 lb lez* and fl.oi tor kits.
>leat Market
Hogo are lower and a change ln , th * fT*^ "£
weight* will b<» noted. Changes In liv« saeep
will b* obserred. »* . .
Dressed stockM* as before q'"^a-
DRESSED MEATS
Slaughterers* rates to dealers and batchers are
?strt£!?4«Mte per lb for steers. T%O^*« f «'
cows and heifers. ' . . \u0084, _ t(V%
Vp a l_si 4 /59Uc for large and $>* 2 tSloc for
'"Mutton— Wethers. SVGEIOc: ewes. S^Oc p«r Ttx^ j
Prewd PoVk <per lb)— l3Vic for light *a« 13
@12% c for fexorK MARKET
Th^ follotvfng quotations are for good, sonnd
livestock, delivered In San Francisco, gross
W Xo ht l fat steers, over 900 lb*. alive. sti«S^c
per lb: nnder »«o lbs. s^s*«p: second quali*T.
all weights. 4%@5c; thin, undesirable steers, j
Xo.* C *l 'rf*ws and heifer?, 4t;(a4Uc; second
quality. 4^414 c: common, thin.- undesirable cows.
Pes'irabif bnlls and stag*. 2%«?~ti<v. half fat.
or thin bulls. 2'&2Vi<*.
Calves— Lightweight, per lb. s%»3<>e: medium.
5X4^3%?: heavy. 4r<S4%c
'mt«^P— DrslraMr wether". 4%c: ewf». 4t 4 c.
I^mhn *per lb> — Unshorn lamb". R'3« l 4e.
Hrfgs (per lh>— Hard grain fed welghins l ftr>
to 140 lt>». B%Q9c; 14<> to 250 lbs. O^O^sc: --> n
to 350 lbs. B%c.
Horses and Mule*
The following qnotatfon.i for horse* ami mu>»
are furnished by the Butchers' and Stuck Grow
ers' Journal:
HORSES
Desirable drafters. 1.7t>0 lbs and over. .s27s^.°.o<>
Ught dr«ften» 1.551) ti> 1.«50 lbs 22348273
Chunks. 1.350 to 1.500 lbs 2«0«2.M>
Wagon horses. 1.250 to 1.550 lbs l»5«3nO
Delivery wngon hone*. 1,060 to 1.250.. 125<R15f»
Desirable farm mares 13.V<*l.v>
Farm workers »s<|iOO
MIXES. MEDIUM TO EXTRA
9W> Inn. 4 to 7 years ftsSmisn
l.nort lbs, 4 to 7 years 150ft17"
1.100 lb". 4 to 7 years... 2<X><«r.r.
1.200 lbn. 4 to 7 year^ 250<?|300>
Over 7 yesrs old range from $15 to $25 lower.
Xot» — Siiippers to this market must havp hor«e*
eloso f» type, with age. bon«* confirmation anil
style, to command extreme quotations.
:/•;> ".Butter, Cheese and Eggt ,
Butter, cheese and eggs opened firm nt ri«insr
prices after th<* holiday quotations for top qual
ity offerings of all three fle«criptlor« being talsher
than on Monday. There was an active market
for fine fresh hotter in the street and the
activity was reflected on the exchange, where the
bnying of small lots to fill order* sent the price
of extras nr> to lc to a qwtaion nf 34%. «• per
pound. In tb* cheese department new Callforni.i
flats had a steadier ton# and the fancy grad"
was %c higher on a sale at 1 ( ?%«' > a rmnisl.
Fancy extra eggs, wbfch were quoted at 560 a
dozen, on Monday. w»n> firmer and higher at
5«% c. Although Tuesday was a short day with
mnst handlers, business was of sufficient volnm*
to absorb all of the fr»sh extras* received, anil
there was accordingly to accumulation yesterday
morning.
Sales on the exchange were as follows:
Butter— 20 cases of fresh extras at 34c and 40
at 34% c a pound.
Eggs — 10 cases of fresh extra* at 57e and 20
at 57 % c a dozen.
Cheese— 2s fancy California flats at lß%c a
pound.
Receipts for two days wen* 172.fi<*> r*>nnd-» of
bntter. 94,400 pounds of cheese and. 1,718 cases
of egg». " .
The following are the official quotaions estab
lished on the floor of the dairy exchange. Prices
In the street, while governed r»X the exchange
quotations, generally range from I%** to 2c high
er, owing to the various charges to be added. H
BUTTER. PER POUND
Grades — Xot. 4. Xot. 5. Xot. 7. Nov. !>.
Fresh extras... 34% c 33c 33% c &*V»C
Firsts 30c 30c 3Oc 30««
Seconds 29c 2!V 2JV 2O«-
Eitra storage. . 30%e 3O%<* 30%<? 30% c
Cheese — California fancy flats. lK%c per Jb.
steady: do firsts. 15e, steady: do seconds. 13c.
steady; fancy Younif Americas. l*?%c. weak: do
firsts, 15V,c. weak: Oregon fiats. l«*;c firm:
California "storage flats, 15c, steady: Wisconsin
daisies, l»c. steady.
Eggs— California fresh, per dozen, cases In
cluded :
Grades — Not. 4. Not. 5. Not. 7. Not. 0.
Extras 54 %C sfic s«c 57 %c
Firsts ...51c 51c 51c 51e
Seconds 3Oc '30c 30c 3Oc
Storage extras. So%c 30%e 30%e 30% c
Portland Butter Market
PORTLAND. Not. o.— Butter— City cream
ery cubes, [email protected]; prints, [email protected]*» store.
[email protected]
Egg Market In Xearby Conntlei
SANTA CRUZ. Not. O.^—Conrrary to expecta
tions, eggs bay« a;ain Jompeil In price, mer- .
Chants paying from 47 to 50 cents p*r dozen
and retaliating the same at 55 cents. The>
supply ls fairly goo 4. but shipments are not
quite so lively as usual.
Potatoes. Onions and Vegetable*
The market for river potatoes deTeloped *
firmer tone • yesterday, bnt whether the firmness
was temporary or . otherwise dealer* seemed wn
able to say. Prices In the growing districts wero
suddenly higher." presumably on apecnlattTe buy-
Ing, and value* had a corresponding advance here.
Receipts of vegetables included a few sacks of
string beans from Orange county and* sales -werw
reported at 6c a pound. Tomatoes were in fre<»
supply and weak, stocks bavins accumulated
over the holiday.
Potatoes— RWer whites. 80c351.10 per ctl; Sa
linas Burbanks. $1.50<^1.fi5 per ctl: Oregon Bur
banks. [email protected] per ctl; sweet potatoes. $2*u
2.15 per ctl. "V,» :.
Onions— New yellow, Ssei2sl- '-'-•. -
Vegetables^ — Tomatoes. 40f<t«5e per box : green
peas, [email protected] per lb- string beans. 537 c. per lb;
lima beans. [email protected] per lb: summer squash. $1.2-Vca
1.50 per box: eggplant. 50<@65c per box: gr*eu
peppers, 254£50e per box: garlic. o%®4c per lb: I
cabbage. 60<g65c per ctl; cucumbers. sf>®73e per^/
box; cauliflower.^O'gSOe per dozen: turnips. 83T&
75c per sack ;\u25a0 carrots. [email protected] per sack; greei»
okra. [email protected] per box.
Decirinou* and Cltrui Frntta
Yesterday's prices for fresh fruits ahowed bnt
little variation " from the last report I and them
was . not much new In the way of receipts or
market conditions. The cool, clondy weather wa*
rather against the sale of grapes, bat they wero
still tbe leading feature of the market and Talur*
were maintained with some degree of steadiness.
Apples were dull with prices for all Tarletle*
Inclined to sag. Figs were mostly poor and th«
demand for persimmons, qnlnces and pomegran
ates was limited. Christmas apples from Coloma
were offering .at $2 a box of about 35 pounds.
Stocks of navel oranges were closwlr cleaned nn>
ami there were hardly any Valencia* left In the
market. Tangerines soM at [email protected] for small
boxes and at -$1.50431.75 for. crate*.
\u25a0 Strawberries— s3.so'Sts per chest.
Raspberries— s4.sO«gß per chest.
Huckleberries— [email protected] per lb.
Cranberries— Coos bay. [email protected] per box: Ctpn
Cod. $7.so<as per bbl for early black and [email protected]
0.50 for late Howes.
Apples Iper box) — Fancy 4 tier red. »[email protected] 1.25:
do 4% tier. [email protected]: Newtown pippins. OOr-jg
$1.10; Belleflower. [email protected]: choice fruit.. 35<£Bne.
Pears^ — Winter Nellis. $1.50^2 per box; cooklns
varieties. [email protected]$l per box.
Qnlnces — $1«r1.25 per box.
-Fh?»-^[email protected]' per box for choice.
Persimmons — 65Q?5e per box.
Pomegranates— [email protected] for small and $£g1.50
for large boxes.
Grapes— Crates. $1*21.23 for Isabella. <Ks?sc
for qneen and 40«i|75c for other varieties:
small boxes, ZOSi4(Ki large boxen, muscat. $IQ
1.25: tokay. [email protected]: black. 50«875<t eornlchon.
7ofcLSl: Terdel. 65^S5c: malaga. 75c!g«.
\u25a0 Citrus Fruits (per box> — XaTal oranges. $1.75
Q2.25 for choice and~52.50'82.75 for extra
choice: Valencia oranges, nominal: grapefruit,
$3«5 for seedless: lemons, $«<as.sO for fancy.
$4(g5 for choice and [email protected] for standard;
Mexican limes. $5.50<a6.
Tropical Fruits — Bananas, $1i8t.75 a bunch •
for Hawaiian and Mexican. $2.50(ft.'5.30 for Cen
tral American; pineapples. $2.50<g3.50/ per docrn.
Dried Fruits. Italslnn, Xnts and Honey
All conditions under tDJs head remain as pre
viously stated^ ' .
Fruits — Evaporated apples. 7®7%c: fancy. 9^
B^4c; apricots. 'lltai^c: fancy MoorparJm, !::%/«}
14c; peaches. 5%<36%cr fancy. 7c: prunes. 514®
5%c basis for the large sizes and s*[email protected] basi«
for the smaller sizes; figs. 4>;<ii IW; for blact" '
and s<g6%e forwhlte: pears. 10^ 13c. J
' Ralslss — Layers, clusters — 6 crown. 52..V)- ".A
crown. ?2: 4 crown. $1.50: S crown. "$t '?,<+\u25a0 f
> 2 crawn. $1.20; seeded. 4»;<Jsc.for choice an.if
• 5U«5%c foe fancy; Thomp«bn's m^W|
4*« c: loose muscatel. 4 crown. s<Ss«e: % enwn* >
1 4«j4iic: 2 crown. 3%<S3%ic: seedless. 3t: «4%. c
raislns In sweatbox at Fresno. 2«[email protected] • *
1 Nuts— Ateonds, nooyareil*. 15c;lxW-14c : "a»

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