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COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
TRADING IN STEEL
AND U. P. FALLS OFF
Official Investigation Fails to
Uncover Anything Wrong
in Deals
Ease of the Money Market Is
Factor in Advance of
Stock Prices
* ,
N>vr York Stock List
K. F. Hut?t>n & Co.. 490 California ftreet.
m<^2!b«>rs, of the N>-»r York ftork" exchange, fur
c-.hh th«> fallowing list of bond and stock sales
j-eererday:
?=aifs 1 STOCKS !High| Low | Bid 1 Ask
!Alli*-Cb«lm<rs ..| I-...-! 8 110
1 Do pfd 1 1 1 1 S2*il S4
*.ft*>:'A male . . . ! 7«»*i 'W'Sl "o^l
4Cift AiTipr Beet Suc»rj PA^a 3S'-si S<l1 4|4 | BS*4
{ Do pfii j S>2 94
l.4f»o'Atn«T «>n Co |lf>s, jo loi; 10%
5,200 Do pf<i ! 7714 7« 77^. < « L i
KrtAm'T C & F Co.. «44 ! , MU M 4 S4a 4
! Do pfd ! 114 115
i^Anfr r^tton Oil. l «4 <«4 <H «4«
I Do pfd I j «» WJH
JOOlAnier Hlrt» & L.. 4«s 4%. 4U 4-^
Do pfd 245, 23*s| 24H1 25
<v*> Araer \.» Pomrir 1S«, IS lS^j IS-«
4<v>Am«r I.ins^ed 12^^ 13 ;
200 IV> P f4 !34 33*4 334fch34*&
i.4(Vt'Aro^r I^rcMOtivcj 4i>*4! 33 3S'>sl <W
I Do P M 1 1«5 |107 ;
Anor M«lt | 4 «
I Do pfd !••••• 33 344
.-> fiiv. Amer S & U f'n.J Rl%| K^Wi M*4! Kl & i
iooj p^ P f4 i>O6>4ilO6%jlOß 'IW-j
IWAmcr Snpar : 11S 1118 iII7S!H9Vj
ido pfd : ! »S%J?iI
::00'Amf>r St«>l r«ie*; »T%l 47^1 4. [4S
i.vm'Aaiw T& T Co-.l^S^Ul^iUa 142V6
10r»iAm*r Tot> pfd ... !>si~' O.'.>,[ Psl;, !>6
' '.. Amer Woolen ...: ;..... 34', 34^i
I Do pfd , ! 93 M-
200 Ana.-onda 42 !42 42:.i, 42^
}(>Ci Atlactjr C Mn»..:ilo !l1« UlS^iilSO
- >'*«>'\u25a0 A. T& P F ;i«M ,103 !l03 T «ilo4
300 Do pfd ! J 00% i 1 (KrTi i I nnV 101 '»
ion Bait & Ob!o |107%;107%il07 107' i
I Do pfd i j !»0 91' i
Bethlehem Fteel.-i 32% 32^1 32^i 33
i Do Pfd i ! i <V^« 6 i
1,4008 R T ! T7 T il 77 | "7% <8
I.STiTi'.Canadlaa Pacific. ; l».".\ilos ilOoJill&^S
L'^fKVc & O I 53% ! 82%1 «%! S3;,
C& A i ISO 40
POOC <i W I 23V 2.:>2i 2Z**> 23',
400 i Do pfd I 471,4! 40 j 471* 4S
700' C & N W ;i47«» JI4T 1147^,14712
«.300}c M & St P !124^i12-J 1 .2i23V ! ;124
i Do pW ! M" jl"*»
J.rwCentral Uatber.. M%] S4 I 34*; S5
100; Do pM !106 iIOG 10514106^4
'Central of N 3...'. 1275 255
Cb:«-«FO Terminal : 1 2 4
Uopfd ! ! ! 8 1 20
."..>*\u25a0. c. CC& St L...| 67 6<3i s ! C« <™
I Do r w 1 1 i P^ino
2JSK) Colo Fuel & Iron! 36 ! 34*»! Ss*»| 36
! Do pfd ! ' jllO !ll<»
|00l Hock C & I.'.j ! 3 u il 61 2
ScOColo Southern ...j 60 59^ r>!»h!
! Do Ist pfd ! 1 75 77
i Do 2d pfd ! i |73 77
ri.^irt CoDßoii<lßff<l Gas. (136^« ;iG4>t : l3o»i 13H4
Corn Products ..j J ! '«%! 1«> T »
I Do pfd I I f TS I so
l'» 0 Dtl &\u25a0 Hurif=f.n...U69 !lU9 |1«» JI7O
D I. & W 1.---.! 300 '57*
JOOD & R «; | 33*4] 3&M 3* I 3*%
lOOJ Do pfl j74 174 73^1174
Dlsmmid Marrh..! 'A M J fl9
1.400 Dls Spfurit|ps...j C 433 33'il 34
iDulutn S S & A.I 12 I 13
! Do rM 1 21«4j 24^-i
4.CX) ErU: I 30T41.30 30"»i|-31
I.OOOJ Do iFt pfd I 4»i- 4 4«H, 49 I 4S»h
2001 Do 2d pfd J 37-^l ."7%! 3l'i! 37S
100 Gen F.lectrlc [IM Wj* lISS^IIM^
«;oldfl«-ld Cons I S»^ S S Si«
-00 Great North Ore.j fiOV.J 60Vji TOI4 60* 4
LTOOIGreat North pfd.!l24'i;i2:; 1123% 124
100] Illinois Central... .Wl 133 |133U!135
2.r»ftOjlDto r boro M^tro..! 21 I 2OU^ 21 21>i
I.rOO) Do pfd I 56>il 5>% s«^i) r.6%
!Int«>r Mt Varice! ! * 6
I Do pfd I i 16M, 17
UnternaTl Paper i ! V2%\ 13%
I Do pfd j I stj 5«>K
SitOOllotexsati Pump.. 43*4 i 42*il 43% 43',
! Do pfd ..' ! K4% f>s
tAQilowa Central : 20^1 30%j.50 21
XXii Do pf<l J 35 "il 351,1 35 o^Vb
OOOjK C Southern...! 33'g I 33**1 33"s
I Do f.fd I i ! fifiifj! fi7
I.SV4. r: k West..) i ! IS j 20
. ...\u25a0 Do pfd j ! ! S7 1.43
:'.<*< r, & X 1 146'( s il4s"i:i4« '.14^
M».ka.v ! ! 1 f»2 l i 94 \ a
I Do pfd ! I J 73»fci 77%
Manhattan ! I il4o'i!l4lVj
X'M'« Mpxioan Central. l 36»i| 36> 4 ! 3«? j 36> 4
Minn & St I ,'.....! 27 I 2J»U
Do Ist pfd ' I I4S R4"
2uO])l St P&BS M 135'«!134' 2 ;!54-% 13S
.: 1 Do pfd ! f ;146 |14!>
300 jMo K:.n i Tex...\ S4 jO4 S4'i .'l4-H
-. i Do j.fd 1 1 eu^j «»
.'en Missouri Pacific.) 'SL 50% .*il .".I'i
T 'National I.ead..J ! 3S j .'•»'
I Do pfd i ' lOSJiiIM
National Biscuit. '\u25a0\u25a0 110 iliUj
Do pfd i 1 1120*41124
\u25a0 N.'vnda C<his i 20%\ 20»i! 2<'%! 20Ti
IX V AJr Brake. .j | j 73' j 74%
l.l'«i\' ¥ <>ntral !] 14 1 i ;112 :t ;in4- |i:4' 4
7<!O N V.C&Rt'I 167 «>4 «.>i^( iViT,
Ho Iki pfd ', ! [lOSKfHS
Do 2<J pfd. ..... j ! I 89^1 fl3
N V N H L Hart: 1 |152%|153'/4
-tit N V ont & W...! 45i 4 i 42"* i 43'i| 43U
100 Norfolk & We?t..i 3S^l $S%\ HS | B9U
...: i<o pfj , !.....; 83 ia
U.<' S >r:h Am»rie.in..| C 5 i rtS |B5 «;6
. (««»' Northern Pacific... l l«» !ll4"i nr.% ll<s
Oniaba ; f JI4O IRO
\u25a0 l>o pfd ! '160 170
Paelfi'.- Coast I j 102 110
:'"0 P;i-:iac :.ieil ! Sttv, 1 30 \ SO^t 31
r,(<' Parif ,r Tol <St Tel', «V, AT, ! H\' 4T.U
! T)n pfd !....'.! I 90 ! SB
2 '<:<> P-nn R It Co : ISO VI 29^,130 '130»ii
CftOiPeople't Ghs 100iiil03^ijl<MUll0«^g
2f»'" TiitsL-Erz Coal.V-1 21 j SO^U 20"4! 21 '
'• I»oT>fd ••-••! "l r <l 72
!P C C & St L.... i i B5« 07%
i Do Pfd 1 ill 2 imij
r,W4*r**t»4 Steel Car, S3 ! Sl'^l r-S I 33^
' I T"> \tW ! '• ; 95Vil t»6:,4
,Ry stppi spga Co.! 1 j aty.; n>?
I Ho pM i I j -J7 *j m
:» '.200 Rcartin? ID4^:lsl^H:.4^ i:.4'i
.'.) Do Xt pfd : L«7«! BS' i
! Do 2<l pfd ! j»0 07 i
7*<o R^r>«Mif S £ 1... r.T, j 33 "j| 34 U, 23 i
500' Do nM i !...;. 37>ii 07 s ;
rC.-W»!BocV I^:-"<1 Cn. .i 2«! ii S2UI-34 ! Zi*2
;2.cn© Dopn ; «;s j «.m;| 07=. 6S
soojsiim ssi: t:«. m ; r.i%! si 14 bi^;
i Do vfA ! ; jio4'«. 10s
:S: S r. ts F i:»t }>f<r i I <v' : 61*4 i
low d<> 2j r>fa ! \u2666I J *l iii 4i ] 42'
BtliißW 1. ..*(.. A i 2« 27
'. Da pfd ..1 ! I c>4 6r.
rtJ3ooiSoutb«ra P.icijjr..!iisSj;ii7'-.iiiß»4iii)<j' I
j.200 Sor.Mj^m Tty j 27',! 27 "| 27*«! 27*.
000 l*> pf<i <i?* 4 04^ R4 j R4lij
T<»nn Copper : 37> 4'4 ' ."0»,! 37 ! 3714 i
2<Vl;Tcxas I'6^:ilif> I 20%' 2Ci 2 ! 2^Ul °6». '
XOOlTtel St r, i W...! 25 "I 23 24"; -s3 I
I Do pfd ! SHH'SZVfI
!T»in C'tj- R T..' ! IQS 112'^
'.lUnloo Bag & P.! ! | s <»
I Do pfd ! ; I s(} f;o
SS.Cn'JlUnlon Pac:£c !17»%»!J7«t» 17SU 17.^^
JOO; Do pfi j 82" s ! 92^ !)2 S3
• J Df pf<J ! 1 t»U C,r>
'AD S Cast lr.»n P.. i ( lGv! 17^:
! Do pfd i ! S7 Ml
2 S R*aitv ' I c.> 71
tCftT B Uubbpr j ~r, ] rs> j33 gjj
100 Do Ist pfrf 'ViO\ s ll<i'i llfiii ill
! Do 2fl pfd i ', 72* 75
6:>,<o<"i,U S Steel C0r... 1 .SI I 731, SOm, f-\
1.400, Do pM llHSll'S H7«4 H7S
r..2oortah Copppr ! 50.%! 49% .V>4 «Vm
1.500. V«-Car Cbem Co.! €3i, G2V,] d I cn=4 :
{ Do pfd ! : 120 lI2T,
400 WtbasU ! 17\! J7i,| 17^ IS •
J.ROrt! Do pfd i S7*4| 36»ij W»1 •"•7 s ; I
200i Western Union...) 72 71* 4 | 7! "j 72' A !
Wcils-Farffo Ex.. ! iiss !IRT. |
IWestinrhnusp i 7rtU to»4
..W &L E ! 5J| «i a
I Do Ist pfd 13-151^
\u25a0 • ! Do 2d pfd !..... 7 Mi
100; Wisconsin Cental! CO jCO 50Vil GOvfc
SOO.OOC — Total shares sold.
New York Bonds
V 8 «f 2s reg. .100»4'Int Met 4'is .... SO%
Do coupon ]O<'~,iinr Mer Mar 4UI 64H
Do 8* r+g K'l'ilJapan 4s '.. R?H
j Da coupon JOl'rii Do 4^e M*i
Do 4s r»s 115 iKsn City So Ist 3« 734
p.» roupon H*'li|L Shor Orb 4«.1f131 H24
Clial lft s*. 7S \\, & N unified 4«. S*%
kw.cr A^rirul r>B.lo2i,;M. K& T<»i Ist 4s 07*4
Km^T TiT ct 4fc.1(.C,%| Do fn 4'4s ... S4^
%mer Tobacco 4s. SO^iJln Pacific 4s 77%
Do 6s 105't Do or 5s 02^i
. Armour 4'i« Wl^jX R of M»r 4^s. 54%
\u25a0 it"h gen. 4s .... SSV«!,N' V C. gen 3^8.. SSU
Do >r U 106% Do deb 4s -^3%
Do cr 5s 10SH NY.XH& H ct 6*.134
\u2666 tiro C 1/ l*t 4«. MX* Nor * W l«t con4a flSlj
3alt & Ohio 4».. SSVi Do ct 4« 100
Do 3V>« ; .. P2>4 N"or Pacific 45.... SM%
Do S"W 3^8.. 91H Po Ss 70g
"irootlrri Tretr ct 4s S3 OS LJne rfdg 4*."y3
>utral "f Ga Ss.lO6Vi!pa rr 3Ui, 1815. !>.'.*i
-Knt Leather St.. !»%|Pa Ron 4s 103%
SBB °f NJ P» Ss. 122 s * |K*a dins cen 4«... PS'i
ijos * Ohio 4'i8.1014 St I> & S F le 4«. SI
Do ref S« fl4b Dn pen 5s 56%
"hi & Alton S^s*. «S St la S W con 4s. 73^
:. B& Q Joint 4s ar.^ Do Ist gold 4>.. 91H
Do pen 4s- 07 Seaboard A L 4s. 77H
:,M* Srp go. S^fl 92% go Pacific col 4».. S3
Z.Klti Pec col 4« 74 Do ct 4s ...... 97»4
Do rtics 4j iS\ Do Ist let 45.. £4^
stock: prices (
show advance
NEW YORK. Nov." IS.'— -There
was a heavy shrinkage today, in
the proportion 'Of the dealings In
United States steel and Union Pa
cific to the aggregate volume of
the^ market. These -stocks, -to
gether with Reading:, furnished
the medium for concentrated
speculative operations which had
become so conspicuous as to
arouse suspicion. The discussion
had become so insistent as to come
under oflVial investigation today
by the initiative" of the brokers
concerned.
The absence of any official cen
sure had the effect of reniovingr
some of the uneasiness which had
beg-un to develop.
The ffrowing: ease of the money
market was an effective factor in
favor of the advance in prices.
The average of the day's call loan
rate fell below 3 p<»r cent.
The reports from the banks to
day on the week's currency move
ment disclosed that receipts had
outrun .shipments- on the interior
movement to th« extent probably
of more than $3,000,000, while the
withdrawals on subtreasury op
erations amounted to only $1,040.
Otin. Ther<» was a further decline
today in the private discount rate
in London.
Reported buying of copper in the
domestic market explained the
strength of the copper industrials.
The shiftinsr of the principal
speculative activity to Reading
and th*> revival in the Rock Island
issues were supposed to point to a
shift in the personality of the
leadership. Renewed rumor of a
coming increase in the Lehigh
Valley dividends figured in the
movement!
Bonds were heavy. Total sales
<par value). $2,350,000.
United States bonds were un
changed On call.
NKAV YORK. Nov. IS.— E. F.
Hutton & Co.'s wire says: "The
deceiving character of yesterday's
stock operations, in which certain
groups of leading issues were
made to appear especially weak,
created much bearish sentiment in
the Wall street atmosphere yes
terday and early today. There
was ample proof, however, at the
close of today's session that
manipulation yesterday was for
the purpose of further accumula
tion of the leading stocks by im
portant Interests. There was very
little clrange in the matter of news
today, except for the pro forma
figures for tomorrow's bank state
ment, which will probably show
a good gain In cash for the week.
The stock market seems to be in
a strong position to advance in the
coming month."
Colo Indus 5s 77 iSo Railway 5s lOSMs
C-.10 Midland 4n.. 70 I Do gen 4s 76
Colo So r&ext 4\js »7 Union Pacific 45.. 101%
Dpl & Hud cv 4s. flB Do cv 4s 105^i
Yen & Rio C 4s. 94»; Do l«t & ref 4s. 9«Jfe
im ret 5s 90 |U S Rubber 65.. .102%
Distillers r.s 77 \V S Steel 2d 55..103^i
Krie prior lien 4s. S3'il v » Car Chem 55.. 100
Do gen 4s 74% Wabash Ist 55....10»
Do cv 4c, ser A 76 Do Ist ,& ext 4s 65^
Do cv 4s, ser 870 Weirtern Md 45. . . R<?>4 |
Gen Elert cv 55.. 147 Westing El ct ss. 92
111 Cen Ist ref 4s 96ViiWls Central 45... 934
.\en- Vorlt Curb Stocks
Bid. Ask.j Bid. Ask.
Amer Tob ..425 430 [Ohio 111-16 13;
Braden A\i 4141R0J" Central.. 2Vi 2 9-16
Brit Colum.. <\% C,%!r*v Con ... 20% 20%
Bte Coalition 20 20>4|San Toy 20 25 j
«'hl Subway. 4'i 5 Standard Mill. 16 19
Cbino 233* 24 Do pfd ... 50 ">t
Cons Ariz .. 1"« 2 Standard 0i1. 610 613
Dokre* Mi s*; Super & Pitts 14>i 15 !
Davis Daly., la l'iiTH Bullion... 7-18*8-16
El Rayo "... o^g 3Ti|lJnion C^p .. 5# fi
Ely Cent ... 6 7 I Do pfd ... 10 20
Fim Natnl.. II 7*7 * 2^»|rn Rico 3 \u25a0 0
<jiroux 7»i 7^ I Yukon 3 11-16 S 1 );
Daisy .10 13 tFraction . 23 25
Florence 1 11-lfi 1 13-16|Nev Utah ...11-16 m
Greene Can.. 8 Sv 8 Mason Yal .. lOVa 10%
Gug Exprpss.iss 195 [Ely Con 31 34
Inspiratn 9 11-16 9 13-16jBelmont .. .4 7-1R 4 9-16
Inter Rub .. 29 29^!N<*v Hills ... 2>i 2»s
Kerr Lake ..7 7-16 7^3 Mays 74 76
La Rose ...4\ 4 13-16Uune U 16
Miami l! 0 20»i Keystone ....35-16 3%
Mines of Am 50 60 |So Utah 1% 1%
Montg Sho... S 13 iJoly 4S 50
Nipissing ... 10»i 10'il
Boston Stocks
BOSTON, Ncv. IS.— E. F. Hutton & Co.'s
wirp'SßV.^: I'he market shows more life, but
is very "narrow. East Butte is off two points
from its rfccat higo price. On small transac
tions Calajict end Arizona, Mohawk, Superior
and Pittsburg and Hancock each lost a point.
Other departments fit the market are feature
less, with prices on the whole unchanged.
The following list Is furnished by E. F. Hut
ten & Co., 4'jy California street, San Franclsoo:
Bid. Ask.! Bid. Ask.
Adventure .f f>hi S»i!Nf>rth Lake... 8 B\%
Alloiu>z 43 44 iOld Dominion 42 —
Arradinn ... 44 — lOsoeola 130 131
Ariz Tom .. 17><2 IS |ojibway 7 8
Atlantic \u25a0 7 -S \u25a0 |Parrot 12Vi 14 -
A P 43i 5 iQuincy 76 7S
Do pfd ... 14'j 15 ISuannon ..... I3tt 13Vi
Halaklala ... 7 7Uj Santa Fe ... Ui l«i
Kte Coslition 2Oi,i 2Oij!United Shoe.. 56ii 56^
Isi & Arir.. r.4 54» 4 i DO pfd ... — 2S»i
Cal & IlPila.6oo 610 ISuper & Bost "'* 8
Centennial .. IS 19 |f>uper & Pitts 14'« 14%
Coppr Range 70' i 71 ) / i!Super Copper. 4S 49
l»aly West... 3*i 4 ITsmarack ... 02 62-%
Kast Kntte.. 12' 8 12 l ,4|TrinIty .i^ C
Franklin .... H 11% U S Mining. 37% 37«4
Grsnby 44 45 | Do pfd ... 47^ 4K
Hancock 26 27 ICtah App* .. 3V4 3*s
Helvetia l*i - I Utah Cons .. 24 2414
Islo Uoyale.. 2014 21 Victoria 2% 3
'Indiana 14>-. 15 Wolverine ...125 12S
K«>Tr Lake .. 7-?s 7«i Wyandotte .. IVi 1%
Kweemw \u25a0.. 3 3U Winona 9^ 9» +
lyßke Copper. 37«; 3S jGlroux 7*i 1%
l<a Salle ... 7», S IGreene Can... 8 B^4
Mats Con .. S :i - 9 IRay Con ... 20 \i 21
M!ch Mm .. 4Vs 5 lUnlted Fniit..lS7 188
Mohawk .... 4% 49 ißos & Maine. — 128
Newnouse ... 1% l»i|Bos A- A1bany. 221^223 14
North Butte. 33)4 SS^iJßos Elev ...129 129>«j
I Nev Con .. 20% 2O%:Algomah. 10 10>4
- Boston . Curb Stock*
Bid. Ask.j Bid. Ask.
Ariz & Mich. 14 16 Eagle tBB. 60 70
Abmeek ....190 200 Ely. Witch.... 10 14
Bohemia .... 4 4H; lnspiration .. 9& 9T£
Botton niy..P^ 1 5-16! Keystone .... 3 3»4
CilaTeras ... S^i 3%iM«Jestic 52 54
Cactus 2S 29 IMason Val .. lO'.i 10*4:
Cfciet Cons.. l J i l^lNev Douglas. 2 .214:
Corbin 5 &UiOhio I*4 113-16
Cbir.o 23»4 24 TOneeo ... 2«i 2»4 I
Davis Daly.. 1% l=4|South L«ke... 7 7%.j
Loßdon Closlne Stocks j
Cvns for rconey.. 79-«i»-oul8v &- Nash... .150
Do for a<Tt.... 79HIM, X & Texas 35%
A mal Copper "1»»1N Y' Ccntrel 117
Anaconda $& {Norfolk & We5t.. .101 14
Atchison 106^;! Do pfd 90
Do pfd 104i~siOntario & West... 43ri
Bait & Ohio llOi^lPennsylvenla ..... 66*4
Can Pacific 201 14J Rand Miues .. SV4
Cbes & Ohio Ss%j Reading 78
trill Great West.. 24U'§0 Railway 2S'i
Chi. Mil £ St P. 127 ! Do pfd '«S
De Beers ... 17*fc!So Pacific .......12134
Den & Hio G Xi% Union Pacific ...:152*4
Do pfd 76U, Do pfd 951?
Erie ..31',;, D S Steel .'8294
Do Ist pfd 50 I Do pfd 121 '4,
Do 2d pfd. 3Ki;>Wabasli IS'
Grand Trunk .... 24>4 Do pfd '. . 37M
111 Central 137 j.^pAnlsh 4s 30'
Bar silver — Ste.uar; "J.*. 9-10(1 per ounce.
Money — 4 Vi <&3 p^r . cent. •
The r«te of Jlscoant in tbe open market for
short blUs Is 4*4 per cent and for three months'
hills 4 7-1034^, per cent.
Condition of the Treasury \u00844';.:'"
WASHINGTON, Nov. ; ]K.~At the beginning of
business today tbe condition of the United States
irea*iiry was: . .. •\u0084->;..
Working balance In treasury offices. $"0,302.
325; in banks and Philippines treasury. $33.717,.
931. The total balance. In the gpnera'l fund was
554.593.160. Ordinary deposits yesterday w«»re
(1.915.059. with ordinary disbursements of $598.
470. The deficit to date for this fiscal year is
Jt11.795.725, as against $27,492,751 at this time
last year. The figurw exclude Panama csnal and
public debt transactions.
Bank of Bombay Discount Raised
BOMBAY. Nor. 1?. — The rate of discount of
tl)« Bank of Bombay was. raised today from 5 to
6 'per cent.
' Chicago Discount Rate j
CHICAGO, Nor. IS.— Exchange on New York,
loc discount.
BraiUtreet'n Report
NEW YORK, Nov. 18. — Bradstreet's tomorrow
will say: ;
Favorable central features in this week's trade,
report comprises better distribution at retail, due
to cool weather: somewhat .larger' filling - in
orders: the realization of cheaper meat supplies,
at least as regards wholesale prices; firmer feel
ing in pic Iron, and increased business in holiday
goods. Groceries, seasonable lines of hardware
and winter wearing apparel show most activity.
However, there is considerable room for Improve-'
ment in retail distribution. There Is more doing
on spring account. . / - -..
Business failures in the United States' for the
week ending November 17 were 24R. • against 207
last week: 232 in tbe Hk* week 0f. 1909; 27S in
J9OK; 265 in 1907 and 212 in 1906. \u25a0'"
Bufcinee* failures in Canada for tht week num
ber 16, against 31 last w«V, and 25 in the like
week of lf»09. \u25a0 , v '
-Wheat (inclnding .flour) exports from .the
United' States and Canada for tie week ending
THE 'SXN PK^NCISCO GALU yPYEMBER- 19, : 1910.
Local Securities Again Active
Comstock Shares Selling Lower
Nnvpmber 17 approbates - 3.723.403 -"bushels,
apainst 3.nf>2.543 last week, and 6,155,59S this
w«>«k la^t year. : ', ,
Corn exports for the week are 383,752 bushels,
nrainst 353.650 bushels last week, and 140,40i^
husliels in 1»00. .
NEW YORK. Not. IS.— R. G. Pun & Co.'s
Weekly Review of "Trade tomorrow will say:
Tb<« volume of transactions is still holovr hipb
water mark, but a fair dpprpp of activity ex
ists throughout the country, and this is reflected
in the rpports from tbe principal industries and
the leadinp i'citles. , , ' \u25a0
Definite i*isns of - improvement appear -.ln iron
«nd steel, -altlmush business from the Tallroads
has not developed as quickly hs usual at this
season of the year. Further rail purchases, ln
volvlns a substantial tonnape. have been made
for 1011 delivery, however, and other announce
ments are expected. Better reports are received
from leading: pip iron centprs. Production of win
tor portds this year. ls expected to equal, previous
records. * ' '
Prepress Is notpd in special lines of cotton
poods offered for sprlnp, and two or three In
stances are cited of full' offerings beins sold up
and withdrawn. On the other hand the demand
for print cloths and conrertlblps has fallen off.
Export trade is quiet, although some inquiries
are made, from China. In men's wear there is
an active demand for overcoatings for immediate
delivpry.
Underwear and hosiery lines are in moderately
better request. A slipbtly Improving demand is
noted In yarns. Advices are . announced on silk
ribbons and silk piece poods-for future delivery.
New business in footwear is limited. Sole
leather sells in a steady wear for small quan
tities.
Bank Clearing:!*
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.— Bradstrcefs bank
clearings report for the week ending November
17 shows -an aggregate of $3,379,390,000 as
against .f2.573.791. 000 last week and $3,507,779,-
OfX> In the corresponding week last year. Follow
ing Is a li«t of the cities:
Percentage.
Cities — Amount. Inc. Dec.
New York ,$1,974.53f5.000 .... n.O
Chleapo 274.254.00 V .... 2.0
Boston 1R6.5R3.000 .... 2.4
Philadelphia 1^4,369.000 6.1 ....
St. Louis 56.116.000 10.3
Kansas City 57.487,000- 10.5 ....
San Francisco .... .12, 542,000 10. S ....
Plttshurg r.2,395,000 1.6
Baltimore 37.536.000 9.4 ....
Cincinnati 25.012.000 ft. 4
Minneapolis. . 2C.567.000 .... ' 11.6
New Orleans ..... 24.526.000 6.0 ....
Cleveland 22,546,000 2.2 ....
Detroit 21,331,000 15.9 ....
Omaha 16.591.000 15.2 ....
Ixvs Angeles 14,159,000 •-....
Louisville 14.946.000 11. S ....
Milwaukee 15,142.000 5.2 ....
Seattle 12,465,000 19.1
St. Paul 12.947,000 .01
Buffalo H. 551.000 12.4
Denver . . . ; 10,702.000 1.7 ....
Indianapolis 10.062,000 2.1 ....
Atlanta 16.760.000 21.0
Providence 10,050,000 .... 9.9
Portland, Ore 12.3u5,000 "0.5 ' ....
Memphis 12.779.000 ,62.3 ....
Richmond '. . 7.999 000 .8
Fort Worth 9.327.000 14.1
Salt Jyake City fi.349/>OO 5.9
Washington, D. C. 7,6G0,0n0 . S.O ....
St. Joseph 7,705.000 21.0 ....
Columbus ........ fi.380.000 5:2 ....
Albany 5.508.000 ..... 17.3
Tacoma ' 4.608,000 26.6
Savannah 7,439.000 23.1 ....
Spokane, Wash.... F..245.000 9.9 ....
Toledo 5.022.000 12.3 ....
Rochester 4.650.000 7.0 ....
Nashville. 4.264.000 10. 0 ....
Hartford 4.449,000 21.9 ....
Dps Molnes 3.0r>0.000 .... 2.8
Peoria 3.412,000 .S ....
Norfolk 4.293,000 19. « ....
New Haven 3.200,000 11. S ....
Sioux City 2.560.000 7.3 '....
Wichita 3.391.000 25.1' ....
Grand Rapids .... 3.325.000 17.5 ....
Syracuse 2, r>92/>OO . 2.3
Augusta. Ga 4.420.000 55.3 ....
Birmingham 2.896.000.^ 4.3 ....
Springfield. Mass.. 2.265.000 ....
Evansvllle ....... 2.766.000 ' 3.1 ....
Dayton , 2,238.000 14.1
Oakland, Cal. .... 3,317.000 55.2 ....
Oklahoma 2.593.000 24.0 ....
Jacksonville. FJa. . 3,049.000 53.4 ....
Portland. Me 2,217,000 C.S ....
Worcester 2.723. 000 40.7 '....
Little R«vk 2.963.01 V) 34.9
Knoxville 1.796,000 6.4 ....
Wheeling. W. Va. 1.929.000 1.4 ....
Charleston. S. C... 2.710.000" 22.0 ....
Chattanooga ...... 2.355.000 53. S ....
Lini?oln ..i 1.652.000 13.2 ....
Wilmington. Del.. 1.721.000 14.5 ....
Mobile ..." 1. 615.000 10.2 »
Topeka 1.356.000 .... . 6.9
Davenport 1.507.000 15. 5 ....
Wilkesbarre 1.414.000 .3
Kalamazoo. Mich.. : 1.426.000 7.0
Fall River 1.5K2.000 .... -17.2
Cedar Rapids, la.. 1.(562.000 12.2
Sacramento 1.1)32,000 32.3
New Bedford 3 .462.000 4.2 ....
Springfield. 111. ... 930.000 1.4
Macon 1.471.000 fi.2
YouDgstown , 1. 106.000 ' 7.6 ....
Fort Wayne 1.217.000 21.2
Helena 1.058.000 ....' 6.5
Fargo. N. D 963,000 .... .6
Columbia S. C > 1.332.000 22.4 ...:
Akron 1.131.000 9.2
Canton. 0. 1,064.000 - 45.4 ....
Lexington 945.000 2.3
Erie. Pa. *' 1,025.000 25:6 ....
Sioux Falls. S. I).. 1.301.000 20.6
Rockford. 11l 835.000 . 9.& ....
Qulncy, 111 621. 000 .»
Bloomington. 111. . r.50.000 7.9 ....
Springfield. 0 547.000 14.6 ....
Chester. Pa 651.000' 32.5 ....
South Bend, Ind. . 571,000 13.5 ;
Lowell 570.0*10 1.1 '.....
Blnghamton 575.000 20.7 ....
Jackson. Miss. ... 004.000 16. r,
Decatur. 11l 424.000 13.0
Mansfield. 0 411.000 59.6
Fremont, Neb 237,000 ' .... 7.7
Vicksburg. Miss. .. 4*0.000 11.9
Jacksonville. 11l 260.000 - 1.l
•Duluth. Minn. ... 4.71.1.000 33.0
•Scranton, Pa 2.«12.000 6.9 ....
tllonston .".".643.000 26.2 ' ....
tGalreston 20.932,000 35.1 ....
York. Pa 1.223.000
Waterloo. la 1.142.000
•Not Included in totals because comparisons are
Incomplete.
. tNot included in totals because \u25a0 containing
other items than clearings. \u25a0
. Northern Bnainesa
PORTr^ND. Nov. IS.— Cldarings. $1,554,630;
balances. $152,745.
TACOMA. Nov. IS.— Clearings. $642,315; bal
ances. 555.265.
SEATTLE/ Nov. I?.— Clearings. $1,525,478;
balance*. $243,304.
SPOKANE. Nov. IS.— Clearings, §715,040; bal
ances, $SS,ISI. . «
Aevr York Money.- Starker
NEW YORK. Nov. IS.— Money on call easier.
2 v i<S2?i per cent: ruling \u25a0' rat«>. 2*i per cent;
closing b!'l, 2»4 per cent; offered at 2'i per
cent. " \u25a0 «• . . ;
Time loans, dull and easy; 60 da.vs? and 90
dayg, -iij per cent; three months, 4' / [email protected] per
cent. 'I
.Prime mercantile paper. 5 '3. 6 per cent.
Sterling exchange steady, with actual business
In bankers' bills at ?4.52<g4.5210 for 60 day
bills' and at Jf4.S6 for demand.
.Commercial bills. $I.Sl>£(§:4.Sl%.
Mexican dollars. 46c.
(.'ovcrnmeat bonfls. ,steaily;.{ railroad- bonds,
heavy.
I.ohiii, Excliause; and Silver .' '
Prime mercantile paper.....'..:..." @6 per cent
Loans on real estate ...s*£<%B p«t cent
Sterling exchange, HO day 5....:..^ — (§4.82^4 - -
Sterling exchange, sight..... — ®4.56^4 \u25a0
Sterling exchange, cables..' — @4.S7Vi
New -York exchange,' sight. ..... — <3 .02%- ;
New .York exchange.^ telegraphic. —
Hongkong exchange, sjght .'...... — ©..45^:
Hongkong -exchange, telegraphic.'— <Bi'.4."'« T 4 ".
Silver.' per oun.ee. . . . '. :: ..:....\u25a0. .— (® .55%
Mexican dollars, nominal.-..', i...—®'. 50
' . -CONTINENTAL.
New. York on Paris:.'.....' ."20 \u25a0:•\u25a0
New York on Mexico. .'..... .?. 20H4
Paris on L0nd0n.. ........:........... ...25. SOVi
Berlin on London. ......................... — -
STOCK MARKET
jg A- larpe. business was recorded in local . stocks
and bonds yesterday, chiefly in ' stocks, for, sales
of bonds were light. Spring* Valley, water con
tinuedto rise, selling: up to; $51.' : Pacific, light
ing was also higher at $72.50. ".The sugar stocks
were- weak and Hawaiian Commercial sold- down
to $32.50 and Hutchinson to $15.23. -. California
wine was steady at $4.1. ' There was a. sale of
Fireman's' Fund Insurance at : ?2r>«. .... > \u25a0:
Northern California power was ex • dividend
of 20c yesterday." "'..'• ' \u25a0
The Pacific fruit >ooling and Taporizinjr'com
pany of Placer county has levied' an 'assessment
of 3 cents per share, delinquent December 17. -
STOCK AXDBOND EXCHANGE
FRIDAT. ' Not. IS— 10:30 a. m.
UNITED STATES BONDS
. Bid. Ask.) ••-..-\u25a0 Bid.. Ask.
4s qr en new —^""- '•— ''|3s <jr;coup... — —
:\u25a0\u25a0. 41 ISCELLANE0U8 BONDS .
Ala A.W s*. — 100910 G.L&H ss. — 102^
Am R El s*. f»4"i— - lOak-Tran-6*>.lo<?»B — '
AssoOil \u25a0r.p.95 :95!i Oak 1 Tran 55.103«.104ii
Bay CP<; ris.lOl^i — : O Tran Cn 5s — 104 »5
Cal. C- G.-'G .-' flfs'. 100*4 - — «: ,Trae Cn 5s 06' - 8S
Cal G'& Eg v O Trac Co 5s flO*; ', —
mj&ct 5s 99 "?. — : O Wgtd 5«. JHJ' 100
CHI «tC ss . 101 *i -. —\u25a0• Cm -Cable > 6s . 106 —
Cal" Wine 'sp.'WH —: ' Pac.G Im 4s. 82 —
CityEl 55.. SO^-fll' P E'-Rr 55.-. •— -105U,
C 0 TVat sf=: 97 Pac ;L&P :sb. — 99
Do<sr>mgs»' — i-J»4Ss i.Do - gti Us :U>QV, — "\u25a0'-
Ed El LA 6s .— IOU3 PaCiT&T.S», 89};*— '
Ed -L&p: 6s. — —-|P &OH 6e.100 —
PuPt P 4U,s 5.5 ss P& O R 6s. 65% — r
First FTrss. lOli; — People's Wss 68^ 69
F& C H Bs.lOli, — Powell st 65.. 99 v —
H C & S 55.101.' lOlii Sac EG&Ros.IOO 101
Hon R.T.fiP.IOO lor.' IS Diego R ss. — •'• — .
L Tahoe Rss — 105 IS J I.&P ss. 971-i — 1
L A' Elpc sp. 9S — IS FEI Ry 5s — —
LAG &Elss — 90 ISF.O & SJ5s. — 106V5
Oo Cor ss. 98% • — Do 2d mgss 96^
LA Ry ss.:iO3ii' — Do Con ss.' — 96
I.AL gtd os. — 100 SJ& SCR 4Vis — 85:
LAP lem ss. 101 H — Sierra R 65.. 100 105
LAP Cal os. 99U — Sl' of C 6s
Ma rin W 55.100* t — (1912) IOIYs —
Mkt st 0 65.102»4 — SPC Ice 55. 110 .•— *•-
Do lcra os. 99ii — S P B It b"5.125U12S
MV& :\u25a0 MtTo*. — ' 102U SPRR Ist r4s 96' —
NRof C -ss. 11014 —•\u25a0 Stkn G&E 65.105 — '
N C Rr 55..101-%103 SV W g mg4s — 93
NCPCo 5s — 101 V, U G& E fis. — 100
NCP Cn ss_ 94U. t r R of SF'4s: 67 —
N El Co .%s. 01 "\u25a0 Val Co P ss. 99^4 — '
;, . "WATER STOCKS
Mann Co' . j — -|s V Wat Co. 50% —
Peop, W pfd. 391;— .. 1 v
\u25a0 GAS ELECTRIC STOCKS
City El Co.. 54 ' — Pac L" pfd... "5 " —
H Cal Power — ; 65U D» com ... 69 4 75 •
Oro W, LAP 62 C3Vi
" INSURANCE STOCKS
Cal Ins Co.. 75 SO Ipac C CasCo.ls3' 175
Firemn^s Fd.247^. — | "
•BANK STOCKS
Am Ntl 8k.131 !—! — First Natnl .'.22s 249%
Anglo & Lon. — 154 Mer Nat Bk. — ' —
Bank of Ca 1.204 — Union T Co.. — —
Cent Trust.. 123 126 :
SAVINGS BANKS
Ger S\u25a0 & . L.2550 2900 IMut Say Bk. —
Hum S Bk.. — 140 j Sec Sar Bk.. — S3O
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS
California ..,? iPresldlo ..... 25 82^
„ POWDER STOCKS . / .
;Du Pont pfd 82^;— Giant Con .. $5 —
Do com ..143
„ SUGAR STOCKS
Hawaiian C. 32% — Makawell S CS3 , —
Honokaa S C 12'^ 13 Onomea S C. — 41
Hutch SPC 15' —.' Pfiauhau S C. 19»i*—
Kilauea SC 12 4- lirnlonS Co.. — 70
OIL STOCKS
Amal Oil Co. — . — | Union Prov .. — —
Asso Oil Co. 42 42% United Pet .. — —
Palmer Oil.. l*i — w Coast Opf — 101
Sterling Oil.. — 23i Do com ... — —
Union Oil .. — iZ* \
•" MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
Alaska P A. S8 SO I Pac Aux FA— 5,
Cal F C A..1031A _ pac U 80rar.156 —
Cal Wine A. 45 46 Psc T&T pfd 94 95
MV& MtTra. — — I Do com ... 45»i —
N Alas S Co. — iPhlllp T & T 23»«i —
SALES
Morning Session s*l
Bonrd—
5 Associated Oil Co 42.12^i
10 Associated Oil Co 42. 0<)
20 City Electric Oo: .....54.00.
25 Hawaiian Coml & Sugar 33.00
425 Hawaiian Coml & Sugar... 32.50
25 Hntchinson Sugar Plantation... 16.00 '
25 Hutchlnson Sugar Plantation... 15.87^
75 Butchlneon Sugar Plantation. . .15.50 .
50 Jlutehlnson Sugar Plantation... 15.25 VUV U
$1,000 Oakland Traction Co 5s 91.00
Sl.ttOO Pacific Tel & Tel 5s 99.50
$1,000 People's Water Co 53 65.75
.>lrti-;_
5 California Wine Assn 45.50
i 1.1 Maka well Sugar Co 33.50
10 Pacific Tel& Tel rptd> 94.00
..$5,000 American River Elec os 95.00
$4,000 Spring Vsl Wat gen mtge 45.. 92. 00
Afternoon Session
Board— .
20 California Wine Assn 45.00
70 City Klectrlc Co :....... 54.00
,s 50 Hawaiian Coml & Sugar 32.75
100 Paauhau S P CTo 19.57»4
200 Palmer Oil Qo. 1.40
r.O Spring Valley Water Co 50.25
25 Spring Valley Water Co 50.37J£
25 Spring Valley Water Co.. 50.50.
5 Spring Valley Water C 0... 50.75
5 Spring Valler. Water Co 50.57W
5 Spring Valler Water Co 51.00
?5,(X)0 Ass^lated Oil Co 5s 95.25
$1,000 Peoples Water Co 5s 65.73 ,
- S*re.»f_ . . . .
. 30 City Electric Co . 54.00,
65 Pacific Lighting Corp (c0m).... 72.50
5 Fireman's Fund Co -.250.00
55.000 American River Elec 55... 95.00
$1,000 Pacific Tel it Tel ss:. j 99.50
?S,CHX> S P R R of Cal tis (1912^ .102.12%
UXLISTED SECURITIES
\ \u25a0 Bid. AFk.!— ' \u25a0 Bid. Ask.
Ocean S Ryss 24»i — ICity & C Bfc — 9«
West Pac 5s 94?+ — \Pac G&E pfd SRtJ SS%
S Cruz Cm6s 85 Si — '\u0084 I Do com .... 70% 71
Mt Whitnyf.s.lOO»i — |Honolulu~Sug. 38^ —
Cal Wine pfd SO SOVi!
SALES
85 California Wine Assn '(pfd) 50. 25
. 00 Pacific Gas & Electric (pfd)... 55.62%
$.-,. c00 Ocean Shore Ry 55.. ..25.00
$1,000 Alaska Packers' Assn 65.. ... .104.50
$2,000 Pacific Gas & Electric 5s 09.62% ,
/.\u25a0, . : . -
MINING STOCKS
The Comstocks were lower again yesterday,
with considerable selling of the leaders. Consoli
dated Virginia declined from 96c to 90c, Mexi
can from SI to 97c, Ophir from $1.20 to $1.10
and Union from 21c to ]6c.
In the southern . Nevadas Red Top extension
was active on a reported shipment from the
mine. Montana Tonopah was firm on rumors of
an approaching dividend of G cents. ... .
Hereafter the morning business . of the San
Fvancls«-o "stock exchange will end at 12 - noon
every dny, tbe same as on Saturday.
The llomestaka mining company of South Da
kota has declared n regular monthly dividend of
50 cents per shore, payable November 25.
There has been a contest, for control of \u25a0 the
Union Consolidated mine for two months past.
The fight for control came to' a head on Thurs
day, when the old management by a vote of
152.R98 shares, chiefly in proxies, out of a total
capital stock of 200.000 shares, elected the fol
lowing four directors: Charles Hirshfeld. B. F.
Shaw. A. F. Coffin and William Barman. The
opposition party represented 44.400 shares." also
chiefly in proxies, and H. L. Slosson Jr. was
elected a director in Its behalf. Charles Hirsh
feld was chosen as president in place of Charles
H. Fish, who retired to become the president of
the Sierra Nevada mining company, which posl-'
tlon was vacated by Mr. Hirshfeld. B. F. Shaw
was elected vice' president, A. P. Swain secre
tary and Whitman Symmes superintendent. The
directors levied an assesment of 10 cents per
\u25a0share. . ;
Another coolest is for control of the Mexican
mine, which, will come to a climax at the annnal
meeting, to be held on December 6: !
The monthly report of tbe Tonopah mining
company of - Nevada . for the month of, October
shows a most satisfactory condition of affairs,
the net profits being v J]fi9.7uo. or over $15,000
more than the month of September, showing that
the company is earning considerably morn each
quarter than the regular dividend, which amounts
to $400,000. The record for the month of Octo
ber shows that a total of 14,473 dry tons of ore.
was crushed and treated by tbe. mill, which. ls*
about the same tonnage reported for September.
The average value of the ore milled during the
month was $23 per ton. or about $1.30 more than
that worked in the preceding month. The ship
ments from the mill for the last month consisted
of 20.321 pounds of bullion, valued at $231,813,
and 100 tons of concentrates, valued .at $61,236.
or a total of $2»:',.040. exceeding the September
product By $1t5.R09. The average 'extraction to
date has been 02.4. ' "*. ,
SAX FRAXCISCO - STOCK EXCHANGE
Following were the ' sales on the San Fran
cisco stock exchange: yesterday:
:,.\u25a0*-\u25a0 - COMSTOCKS
v -. Regular Morning. Session
100 Exchequer ... M 600 Scorpion 04
400 Ophir -.1.20 200 Sierra Nev ... 15
500 Savage .'..'...\u25a0 10 100 Union Con ... 19
• • Afternoon Session
200 Chollar :.- OS 100 Ophir ......"..1.20
100 Con Va M 93 500 Ophir ./. 1.15
1000 Con-Va M-... !»1 200 Savage 10
200 Do, b ftO.. . 02 1500 Sierra Ncr ... 15
100 ' Do. b 30.... f»2 ,200 Union Con ... 19
700 Mexican ..... 99 500 Union Con ... IS
•oCO Mexican; ..... OS 300 Union ' Con \u25a0... -37
-400 Occidental ... 42 400 Utah .....i... ; 04
; COO Occidental 44|.. . . \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.-.- \u25a0
• • Informal.- Session' ' :
100 Best & Belch. 251 SOO Mexican ....... 07
|800 Bruns Chollar. 231 900 Opblr ......1.12%
. 400 Bruns Potosl. 21 1500 Sierra' NeT ... 15
500 Con Va M.... FlO 200 Sierra NeT ... 16
100 Con Va M..:. 89 " 200. Union ... 16
200 Crown Point. . 501 -200 Union Con ... 17 :
\u25a0: CLOSING QUOTATIONS
-. '. : Bld.Ask. ; - Bid.Ast.
Alpha ... 03 04 JnllaCon ..... 07. 09
A1ta. ......... 05 10 Justice •..'..:.. 05 "10 i
"Andes 06 07 Kentnck Con.. 10
Belcher .: . . — '57 Lady Wash . ,*. : —' 08
Best; & \u25a0 Belch." 25 26 Mexican v. . . . .. 97 89
Bruns Chollar. 23 . — N Gould & O. — " •14
Bruns- Potosl. 21 — Occidental ....* 42 —
Bullion •'..:... 07 OS Ophir ... .....1.10 1115
Caledonia ;... 17 18 Overman ..... 30 '\u25a0\u25a0 35
Challenge -15 17 Potosl ........ — 35
Chollar :...'.-. 05 07 Savage"'.'. .. r.. ' 09 ' 11
Confidence . '. . . .; — 55 Seg Belcher i . . 07 Wi
Cad Va M... . no pi Scorpion ...... 04 -05
Con Imperial. 02 -03 Sierra Nev ... 1". 16
Crown- Point.. 49 51 Silver Hill ... :<ttl* 05
Exchequer ... 11 i2!Union Con ... "^l6 :17
Gould & Cur. ;09 11 Utah- . • :..' ,<U ~ l>s
Hale; & Norc. 18 20|Yellow Jacket. 39 —
TOXOI'AH'AXD GOIJ)FIBLD ) STOCKS ;
Regular Morning Session .
500 Com Fraction.. 2411000 Man Dexter "..' 06
600 Eagles Nest.. 04' 500 M0ntana. .....1105
«~«, » «'' Afternoon' Session .>• -. . \u25a0
2000 Atlanta ...... 13 200 Ncr- Con . .20.62X4
2500 Blue-; Bell; \u25a0..-.; 05 500 Red- Top ? Ex.. 05
400 Glr<mi-C0n.7.62V. 2500 Red ! Top -Ex:.; 08
\u0084000 Glroux-C0n.7.57Vi 5001 Spearhead :Gld.=> os
«i£°.';, Do -'-' b ; 30 ---"-70| 100 Ton of N>t... 8,40
1000 Man- Con .... 02 \u25a0 460 Ton of Nev.. .5.4."
Montana ...1.02i^ 340 Ton of Ner...5.50
ISO NejCon ."...20.501 \u25a0•\u25a0 - ' • . '.
'««^i'«'/i ~\ r - , In^°rmal rSesslon \u25a0;-\u25a0-_\u25a0
; : 252 81148 - •••".:; 121.200 Red ; Hills . ... 02
l~™ Belmont .•'..'. ;.4;45 4000 Red -Top ' Ex.. 03
iSS ac ; >am «» •• 26 10,000 Red i Too Ex. W
16A0 Montana ...1.02U 1000. Round -Mf.;.. 47
;iw|fd^?;^;|^^^;^^
SUMMARY OF?
THEMARKETS
IV err York stock* and coppers
higher. . , \u25a0 .
Lively t-ading In local necuritiea.
Comstock HhajreN neain lower.
Silver and. Hongkong exchange
,'low.er. -. . \u25a0 '..' \u25a0 - .. : . _ . ;_-
Wheat market continue* firm.
Barley and oats unchanged.
Beans Mill fluctuating-.
Hay and feedstuff's unchanged. - \u25a0
Price rutting in hams and bacon.
Live hogs . continue weak.
Decline in rn.xin.
Extra "butter higher. Eggs and
cheese unchanged. , \ -
Potatoes and vegetables shotr lit
tle change.
FVesh fruit market ! quiet.
Poultry market in fair condition.
(in 1110 In good demand. '
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
CALIFORNIA
'Bid.Ask.l Bid. Ask.
Arjronsut 1.00 — ICent Eureka... — 1.25
Bunker Hill. . , — S.7SJSO Eureka M. — 6.00
NEVADA
Tonopah District
Bid. Ask. I Bid. Ask.
Belmont 4.45 4.50 North Star ... 05 08
Jim Butler . . 20 30 Rescue Eula . . . 11 12
MacNamara .. 25 27|Ton Exten ...1.05 1.10
Midway ..... is 2OiTon of NeT. ..5. 40 R. 50
Mlzpan Ex .. — Ss| West End ... 53 —
Montana' 1.02 1.051
fi™ . iloldflplfl District
Adams .. 01 02 Gld Kewsnas.. 0* 09
Atlanta ...... IS 14 Gld Merger -M. 09 10
Blue 801 l ... 02 OSGrandma 02 04
Blue Bull ... 05 OT> Great « Bend . . 02 .03
Booth ... OS 09 Grt Bend Anx. —" 01
t- O D ..- — 13 Grt Bend Ex. — 01
Columbia ' Mt.. ' 03 04 Jumbo Ex 23 24
Com ' Fraction. 23 24 I/>ne Star .... 02 ' 04
Conqueror .... 01 02|0ro 05 07
Cracker Jack. 01 fi2\n^d Hills 03 04
Dmdfld Trngl. — 01 Red Ton Ex.. 05 06
Florence 1.77 — Silver Pick .. OS 09
Frances Mbk. 01 —St Ires 14 —
Gold Bar Gld — 10 Wonder"' — 01
Old Con M...8.05 8.0"} Yellow Tiger.. 05 —
Gld Portland. ,01 02J .
, \u25a0 Bullfrog District
Amethyst — OllMont Bnllfro?. 01
Boanie Clare.. — OSlMontßomv Mt. ~ 01
Blfrg Xat Bk 01 • 02iTramp Con .. 02 —
Homestake K. — 01 i Valley View... — 02
Mayflower Con M 05|
Manhattan District ,
Man Con 02 03 Pine Nut — 01
Man Dexter... 06 —Stray Dojr ... 02 04
Mineral Hill.. — 01 Thanksgiving.. _ 04 06
Mustang Man. 01 02|
\u0084, , ' <Jther Districts
Kagle's Xest.. 03 041 Pitts S Peak.. •— 65
Fairvw.G Bid OZ 05!Ramsey 02
J'sirrw Eagrle. \u25a0— • 45 Raw Coalition. 04 05
Fairvw Ilailst 02 04 Round Mt 49 47
Jack Pot 02 04 Tecopa Con .. — 33
Net Hills ...2.32 2 351
\u25a0- '\u25a0 . *\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 '
Asßesftment Directory Comstock Mines
j Company — Xo. Del. Board Sale day Amt.
; Central Eureka. 26 . Oct. 23 Nov. 26 .04
Gould & Curry 18 Nor. 2 Dec. 27 .10
Chollar 14 Dec. 5 Dec. 30 .10
Caledonia S3 Dec. 9 Dec. 30 . .10
Yellow Jacket.. — Dee. 17 .15
Union — Dec. IS 1 .10
OIL STOCKS
Trading- In the oil stocks was merely ' fair
yesterday and the only changes of note were an
advance in Monte Crlsto to f 2. 70 and a decline
in Maricopa 36 to $2.50.
The assessment of 2 cents on Four oil was de
linquent yesterday. •
A. G. Wilkes. who has been representing the
July Consolidated oil company and the firm of
Edward E.\ Epps & Co. in Londou, returned
Thursday on the Philadelphia, bringing with him
the signed contracts of Abraham. Jonas & Co..
the London bankers, who hare underwritten the
stock of the English company. In substance,
the contract provides for the formation of an
English company with a capital of £300.000. di
vided into. 300.000 shares >of a par value of £1
each. The English company takes over from
the July company all of their properties, leases,
machinery, buildings, assets and liabilities and
givps in return 100,000 shares of the stock. The
English company agrees to furnish Immediately
$150,000 . working capital and such other funds
from time to time as may be necessary to put
the properties to their full production, and also
to, list the English stock on the London stock
exchange. The July company will retire all
of . the remaining treasury stock and will be
come, in effect, a holding company, having as
assets 100,000 shares of the English company's
stock. .
\u25a0 • Oil -will be run from the Midway and Sunset
fields by . the Producers" agency. This follows
the opening of the Producers' line for oil at
Coallnga. No general run of oil has been car
ried from any of these West Side fields since
the pipes were filled with Lakeview oil, about
two months ago.
It is now believed that the Lakevlew situation
has been so relieved that there is no longer
danger from the winter rains. Some time ago
oil from the famous gusher was tanked up in
earthen sumps away down on the flat. It was
feared that when the rains came on they woujd
cause these sumps to break, and not only bring
about the loss of much oil but possibly precipi
tate the back flood into the Buena Vista lake.
The statement is made that when the proper
connections are made, with the Associated line,
as they will be in the near future, the combined
interests can carry 60,000 barrels of oil a day
out of the Midway-Sunset district.
The Midway Northern, section 32. 12-23, de
livered 12.000 barrels of oil on its contract dur
ing- October 'from well ' No. 1. • \u25a0•-. -'•- \u25a0•
Another big well was opened on the '12th.
when the M. & J. company opened' their first
well, which started off at a 40.000 barrel clip.
Tho oil. which is 28 gravity, was thrown 330
feet in the air until the workmen succeeded In
closing the five gates that bad been placed on
the well in anticipation of its being a gusher.
The well was finished with an eight inch eas
ing at> about 1,000 feet, and with the five gates
closed and > tin? pipe reduced to two inches- the
well Is making betweeu 1.500 and 2,000 barrels.
Well No. 1 of Midway 5 broke loose i again
on the 11th. making a production of 10^000
barrels in nine hours. The hole Is rapidly
clearing -of sand and the superintendent hopes
soon to have the well on steady production. The
company has delivered - 15,000 barrels on its
contract with the Standard for 100,000 barrels.
No other contracts hnve been made, though sev
eral are under consideration.
One of the most notable events in the his
tory of the- Independent Oil Producers' agency
is about to occur io tb> Joining' of that'organi
zation by the Palmer oil company with its pro
duction from, several enormous wells.
It Is said the Palmer, and the agency have
now practically come "to an agreement over cer
tain details of transportation which for a few
days kept the two apart and in the near future
the Palmer will be, delivering its oil on equal
terras with tho^e who already constitute the
agency. \ .....;. ,
This is looked upon as a great victory for, the
independent producers, for the reason that the
Palmer company Is especially strong, both finan
cially and in production.
It has a tract of extremely productive ground
and 'the yield of the wells is remarkably large
and constant. • >
• The; history of No. 1. which is dot over" 2
years old: shows that it has been, delivering each
day. with little or no variation, 1.600 barrels
of fuel oil, which record has been kept up for
months.
..Previous to that It made S.OOO barrels a day.
but half : a mile of . tubing dropped into the
hole and \u25a0 Impeded the flow. : •
\u25a0 Deliveries from the Bankers* property for Oc
tober amounted to 21,000 barrels, to the Associ
ated. -- . \u25a0- ' \ ' . : . .
-Tbe California Hills, operating the. old Sanger-'
Hanford property, has contracted • to deliver
100,000 bßrr*4s of oil to the Sunset-Monarch
refinery at Maricopa at 40 cents a barrel.
\u25a0 The company has two wells. Nos. 2 and 3. on
the pump, but has decided to drill one of these
to tho 'second sand.- -The Bos=ton-Paelßc reached'
this, sand at about 1,000 feet, finishing with I
over 100 feet of sand, and has a production of
l&J barrels a- day, 16 gravity oil. •"' "
\u25a0 California Hills figi^es on finishing its well
at 1,400 feet, with 7<Sr inch rasing! perforating
both eands. The. work will commence In a few
days.
' w. C. Daniels, superintendent of the Ventura
oil; development and Jewell oil" companies, brings
a report from the Sunset fluid that a - well has
been \u25a0 developed just' south of the Yellowstone
property, that is ; said .to produce between 100
and .150 barrels- a dayof- 60 gravity oil. This,
if true, is probably the highest grade of. oil ever
discovered riii California. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0_-.. The .importance can
readily --be - appreciated, .as - the price for- suet
quality should not be : less " than $3 a barrel.
SAX FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
? ' Bld.fAsk.p '. \u25a0'\u25a0-:: Bid. Ask.
Alma — - I. oo l Ne v , Midway 17 . —
Ap0110^..... 07 10 New Pa Pet 55 \u25a056
Asso" Oil '..42.00 42.50 Occidental .. 15 —
Brookshire.. : 1.27.. 1.30 Pae S Pet.. -31 - —
Caribou .... : 1.40 1.45 Paraf fine -..;.\u25a0' — S5
Claremont.. I:4ft'- I.47lPalmer. .'.... 1:40' 1.45
Coalinga >-G.. — .' 4O! Peerless •;.. v . \u25a0:—: — 4.50
Coal* Mohwk 1.30 — I Piedmont ... 10 15
Coal* Natnl.' ll . 12|Pinal "....... 5.00 —
Cou 'Midway 21' 22|F'remier .... 00 ' —
De ; Luxe ...1.25 • — Record...... — .5.00
Dominion- . : 75 !>0 Republic "... '50 ' Vsl
Empire..... — ' 2. 7."> Sacramento.. 1.00 \u25a0
Enos ....../ 75 • P2.S<F & MeK.15.00
Four- ...... — ; <14 Saver Dough .- — \u25a0 1.95
Fulton :. \u25a0....\u25a0 • — .1.50 Section 2S-..24.75 - —
Gypsy .:... -\u25a0• — .-•;: SO Sesnon v."... S.OO
111 : Crude... '-,' 35 - — Silver' Tip... 1.35 1:60
Junction ... — < 39 S .W-& B.:. '40 45
Kern- River.; :—: — S.OO Sterling ....2.00 2.25
Martcopa N. 24 •-. 25|Snperior .... _ 15
Maricopa 36 2.50 -2.7s|Turner ..... 1.15 1 25
MeKlttriek.. .15 SOjWolverlne .. 40, V
Monte .Crist 2.63 ; -'/— W,KV Oil Co 2.00 2.2.1
Nev County. 10- • — IStorage ctfs. ; :35; :' SS
- : \u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0 '•\u25a0 '' 'SALES: --'- ; "' :
1 1000 Cn Midway, b 5." ...... . : . . . ... .\ . . .22
1500 Maricopa 36 ............V..:...... "2 so'
100 Monte -Crt5t0 ................ ........' 2.70
: 200' Palmer ............................. 1.40.
.': 500 i Premier ....;.....;...'........... '.- y .S2 '
"550 United i Oil '. . : ... ; .... ... ..... ...'.. .75 C
v*-,'2p.' m. — : :? ,:\u25a0.. :\u25a0.!. .- . . -
; 20O. New- Pa. Petroleum,? s 10.:...,... \u25a0 .53.'.
i 1000 ' Premie r.... ...V.; V ..V. .'i.;..; ..«^, J ,-,.;';.52 ,,
Price Cutting in Hams and Bacon
Hog Market Tending Downward
700 Premier .....T. - -**
200 Premier i*s
Assessment Directory oil Stock*
Companr — No. Del Board Sale day Amt.
Amy 2 Oc.t 21 Nov. 17 .10
De Luxe 1 Oct. 27 Nov. 22 •!<*
Four Oil .2 Nov. IS Dec. 7 .02
I-OS AXGELES Oil. EXCHANGE
{Special Dispalch to The Call]
LOS ANGELES. Not. I*. —The stock exchange
opened doll and weak this morning, but trad
ing Improved during the afternoon. California
Midway gained two points over Thursday's
quotations and Consolidated Midway was firm.
Union was w»afc. but Mexican common was
steady. The call:
Producers— Bid Aik.
Amalgamated Oil -20.00
American Crude Oil Co — .60
American Pet Co tpfd» . — '95.0°
American Pet Co <com> — 62.0")
Associated Oil 41.fi2*i —
Brookshire Oil — 1.75
California Midway Oil Co 62% .«2»i
Central l.S2>^ —
Cleveland Oil Co 5.50
Coalinga Central Oil Vo — .73 1
Columbia 1.00 1.19
Consolidated Midway Oil Co.. .23 .22^
Continental Oil — -3-">
Fullerton Oil- — 5.00
Olohe _ —
Jade Oil Co 33tf .Srt
Mexican Pet Ltd (pfd) 72.25 74.00
Mexican Pet Ltd (com) 37. 50 SR.<X>
Mascot Oil Co — 3.50
New Pennsylvania P Co 52 —
Ollnda Land Co (oil) 51 -«2
Perseus Oil Co — -2Oij
Plnal Oil Co — 10. 00
Flru Oil & L Co 20 —
Rice Ranch Oil Co — .M
Traders' Oil Co "5.00 90.00
Union 101.75 —
Union Provident Co 99.75 100. 00
United Pet 101.50 100.50
United Oil Co 74 .7S
Western Union — 90.00
Nonproducers —
Oleum Development Co 02* i .03
SALES
Morning Session
1.000 California Midway ..'..... *1
1.000 California Midway .'.I «Ua
9.0001 Cleveland - .% 9.00
1,000 Cleveland 5.50
r».0OO Consolidated Midway 22%
3,000 Consolidated Midway -22H
16.000 Consolidated Midway 22
1.000 Jade Oil Co Sal*
5.000 OU-um Development Co, b 30 03
1,000 United .74
SO Mexican Pet Ltd (com) 37.2.1
1 Union 102. 00
50 Union 10225
Afternoon Session
I.o<V> California Midway «2^
1.000 California Midway, b 30 63*<,
1,000 California Midway K2 1 *
1,000 Consolidated Midway .221J
3,000 Consolidated Midway 22
Mexican Pet Ltd (com) 37. 50
10 Union Provident Co 100. 0«>
1,000 Jade Oil Co SSJS
5(1 Union 102.25
I 15 Union 102.00
10 Union 102.12H
20 Union 101.50
GRAIN MARKET
Wiieat and Other Grains
Wheat — Was quoted firm i or easy yesterday,
according to the views of different dealers. Chi
cago was lower, but Liverpool was firm.
CASH WHEAT
California club, [email protected]; Sonora. $1.62^@
1.67&; white Australian. [email protected]: northern
club. $1.47m31.50: Russian red, [email protected];
blaestem, $1.50fe1.55.
FUTURES
10 a. m. Session
No quotations.
Barley -^There were free receipts of 13.R90
centals yesterday. Morning 1 futures were lower
and the cash grain was easy, with quotations
unchanged.
CASH BARLEY
No. 1 feed. - $1.01%@1.02^: choice. $1.03?4:
off grades, [email protected]$l per ctl; brewing and shipping
grades, $1.05&1.074£.
FUTURES
10 a. m. Session
May_st.O9 bid.
Decenjber— f 1.04 bid.
2 p. m. Session
May— Sl.OOli bid. $1.09?, asked. "
December — $1.04%.
Oats — Stocks are steadily being reduced and
the market is accordingly steady to firm.
Red for feed. $1.1714 ®1.22V6 for ordinary and
$1.25 for choice: red for seed. $i.25<£1.35:
black. $1.07%@1.12% for feed and 51.30©1.45
for seed; gray, nominal; white. [email protected]
Corn — Western states yellow, in bulk. San
Francisco track. $1.33; white. $1.35: mixed.
$1.32: sacked price 7'ic higher; white Egyptian,
$1.4fi(g1.45: brown do. [email protected] per ctl.
Rye — [email protected] per ctl.
Foreign Futures
LIVERPOOL
Wheat — Dec. March May
Opening ..; 7 00»i 7 2 72^
Closing 7 OOH " 1^ 7 2^,
PARIS
Wheat — Nov. • Mar.-Jnne
Opening 27.95 27. &i
Closing 25.00 27.95
Flour —
Opening -55. 4." 37. 20
Closing 35. 45 37.20
CHICAGO BOARD OP TRADE
. Future Grain and Provisions
CHICAGO. Not. IS.— Corn sold today at the
lowest price in several years and pulled down all
the other leading staples on change. Net declines
were: Wheat. *»<S9*c: corn, ;}'.<S*ic: oats, un
changed, to He;, provisions.- [email protected] The
weather was perfect for putting new corn Into
merchantable condition, and there was plenty
evldenec of an increase In country sales. Husk
ing and cribbing were reported to be generally
far advanced. Many country dealers, it was as
serted; had made urgent requests for cars.
Primary receipts more than doubled those of a
year ago. Faced by such an array «f bearish
circumstances, the market went downward right
from the start and had but few and unimportant
reactions. Cash corn went *[email protected] lower here,
especially for new. Sonthwestern markets mean
while dropped off generally l(gltac. The de
cline resulted in export business of 17 boatloads
of new corn, ocean freight rates being low. Nev
ertheless the closing tone was weak and last
prices within a -shade of the lowest of the day.
May ranged from 46*»« t° 47*ic finishing at
4S}g'g46»;c. a loss of s»@sic compared with 24
hours previous.. -
In the wheat trade less was beard of the Ar
gentina situation, although rains were reported
as having fallen there. Except for a short time
at tbe start tbe main Influence was tbe weak
ness of coarse grain. On the resulting decline,
however, there was no liquidation or stop loss
selling sufficient to break tbe market below POc
for December. May fluctuated between 95^c and
97»-Se. closing %c down, but steady, at 96t,c-
Unloading of December longs sent down th«
price of oats. May ranged from 33\c to 3414 c
and finished at 33Tic, a net loss of He. Most of
the weakness was In the options nearer by.
Export houses and corn traders were the chief
sellers of provisions. Pork closed 2i»@l2Vic
down. lard off. [email protected]«4c and ribs at a, decline of.
s(S7^c. ; -_ ,
Chicago Grain and Prorlxton Futures " — "^ "
« ' , *• , <Furnlshed by E. F Huttco &. Co.. 400 California street.)
Tlw leading futures ranged as follows: —
WHEAT— Open High Low Ci<** Xot 17 \u25bc-«,. \u0084~
December $o.J>Ui' ?0.91H $0.9^ Jf>.Bm; ii o«F;o «F; Si nsi
M«; ; ...... &7 .97U .05^4 .9*v n * in.^
December .45U .4514 *, ,44« i ,'.44»i 4X5i er»
May -4"U \u25a0*\u25a0:% .45% ' :48§ '.47%
December... SOT; . ;.3O"i~ .ZO% \u25a0 .30% tqi-
S^:::::::::::::::: SS \kM U^ {;:§;, §& g®
November 10.52i-i 10.S2^i I(>.»?.> 10 7O 10 km/ \u0084 \u0084
January ". .10.07 - 10.10 f>.»7- Joloo lf>o=v ti'S
i^Hi »\u25a0«» ».»* »-^ S i!:?o
November. > 10
January '. -• 9.20 0.20 9.12ti 9 1214 V»o tn'^A
Cash Grain and Provision*
CHICAGO. Not. IS. — Cash quotations were as
follows: Flour, firm; No. 2 rye, 7S«^c; feed.or
mixing -barley. [email protected]; fair to choice maltl»g,
7S(g.&2c: flaxseed. No. 1 southwestern 52.55 V.,.
No. 1 northwestern $2.65% ; timothy *eed, $7.50
(g.9.25: clover, $14.G0: mess pork. p«r bbl. $17.50
(517.75: lard, per 100 lbs, $10.70; »hort rttw.
sTdes t loose). $5>.50i§:10.50; short clear sides
(boxed), |[email protected]
- GRAIN STATISTICS
Total clearance* of wheat and flour were equal
to 435.000 bushels. Exports for the week. •as
shown by Bradstreet's were, equal to 3.729,000
bushels. Primary receipt* were 711.000 buahels,
compared with 714 .000. tbe corresponding day a
year ago. Estimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat. 31 cars; corn, 234 cars; oats, US cars;
hogs. * 11.000 head, y
Articles — - R«e»ipts. Shipment*.
Flour, barrels 23.700 20.200
Wheat, bushels . . . : Sfi.OOO 49.700
Corn, bushels 203.700 27.100
oats, bushels 167.40 ft 462.700
Rye. bushels ..... ..... 6.O«V> .....
1 linrlev. hu«hel« ....... . 7S.nno . 55.R00
; CHICAGO. Not. IS. — E. F.'Hntton Jfc Co.'s wire
I Fays: \u25a0 \u25a0"; \u25a0 -\u25a0. '-~ - •\u25a0 \u25a0 : ' - - - .
.:•" Wheat— Started out strong and higher, then
turned weak and has Mnee developed a drajrglag
tendency.: with very, limited 'rallying power dis
played- at'any time. 1 Less has been^heard today,
of tbe Argentine -situation, although rains wero
reaorted as bavins iallea. tcexe. ilore« lxovrrcr,
tia.« twen heard *>f the wpaknes.* «f tbe coarse
craiD*. which have »\prtpil conslderablf unfa-T-or
abl<» influence on .wheat. Th»re ha* b<*<»Ti fairly
good hnying of Mar by private wire bouses at
Ofic today, and the' decline in the market was
checked at that level. - December rn<*anwall«
stopped at 90c. Thero has N»«>n no liq'ildstfnn or
stop I<^ss soiling sufficient tt» bre-nk th<* market
N»l"w the above figures. The cash demand \%
v*ry poor h«>r« »Dd elsewheri*. S^m" of the slin
neapolis mills hare cto*»d becanse of th<» l«*t np
in the urgency of th<» lake and rail shipments.
There has been n little foreign selling of whe:it
future* here tolay. Claims of export sales nf
Manitoba wheat were denied.
Corn — Has made the lowest price of tb»» y»ar
snd for several years today. The weather is per
feet f«r pnttins new corn In merchantable condi
tion, husking and cribbing ar» far advanced iml
thorp Is very tangible »videnc«» c-f an Incre*«<» In
crtmtry sale<>. Country dealers .ir«» mire gener
ally maklug urgent rpquests for cars and ti»ll ©I
bettor sale* by farm*Ts. Cash crrn ber<» is msre
rially lower, 'especially for n«w. and there ar»
about 100 cars of the latter on sa!e 00 the sam
ple tables. The decline bas r^ulf-d ia jome c*
port business in new corn, ocean freights beinsc
low.
Oata — Further liquidation br- December lr>n?»
has made a lower marker today. Th«* decline has
caused considerable, taking of proßts by shnrr*.
The cash demand was Tery poor and unprofitable.
Sales were 70.000 bushels^
Northern "UT>e«t Markei
WASHINGTON
TACOMA. Xor. 154.— Milling: BJnestrm. Me:
club. 79c: red Russian. 77c. Eipcrt— BluesTem,
SOr; fnrty-fold. 7Sc: clnb. 77c: red Russian, 7^c.
Car receipts — Wheat. 27; barley, corn and bay.
1 «>ach.
SEATTLE. Nov. IS. — Milling: Blnostem. V.c;
forty-fold. Sic: club. SOc; fife." 8Oc: r<»d Russtai.
7Sr. Export — Bluestem. SOc: forty-fold. 7^:
clnK 77c: flfo. 77c: red Russinn. TXc. TAst»r
day's car receipts — Wbear. 4; orn. 1; bsrlev, l;
oats. 2; hay. 4.
OREfiON
PORTLAND. Xot. IS.— Track prices: CJo&k
1 77Q78C: bluestem. so @Slc: red Russian. 7."c:
ralloy. ROc; forty-fold. 7S<&:79e. Car "receipts-
Wheat. 59; barloy. 3: oats. 6; hay. 10.
Xw York Grata Market
NEW YORK. Not. IS. — The flour market was
dull and nominally lower. Receipts. 24.R-SO bar
rels: shipments. 17.309 barrels.
Wheat — Spot easy. No. 2 red. 9fi^c elevator
and 95 1 2<" f. o. b. afloat; No>. I northern l>tilnth.
J1.16 1^ f. o. b. afloat. Futures^ — The market
opened firm on tho cables and prospects" of small
er world's shipments, bnt declined sharply on
weaker cash markets, predictions of larger re
ceipts and foreign selling, closing *j<@!\e n*»t
lower. December closed at 97c. May closed at
, |1.02 T i. July closed at $1. Receipts. 1.2C0 bu*h
| els; shipments, 154.200 bush«ls.
7
Minneapolis and Dulutn Grain and F>«r
MINNEAPOLIS. Not. IS.— Close: Wheat—De
cember. $1.0*14; May. $t.o6^l.n«ii: cash— X.-».
1 hard, $1.05%; No. I northern. $1.^4%'&'1.nr.i, :
No. 2 northern, $1.C0%'g1.0:-S; No. 3, 99i s c'<t
?1.02^i.
Corn — No. 3 yellow. 52c.
Oats— No. :j white. SOVj'gl-lc.
Rye— No. 2. 73^i«74c.
Flax— Closed at $2.64.
I>T;ITj'TH. .Minn.. Nor. 13.— Flax— To arrive.
$2.64; in store. $2.66«. i: November. $2.t>RVj bid:
December. $2.64 asked; May. $2.5S asked.
LOCAL MARKETS
Receipt* of Produce Xovember IS
Flour, qr sks 1.904! nides.- No 1.300
Wheat, etls lOipelts. No .",10
Barley, ctls ft. 740 Lime, bbla I.WW
Oat«. ctl« O.O.'JOlSujrar. ctls 2.300
Beans, sks 4.35>7i Wine. gaM 38.300
Corn, ctls 10'BrandT. gais .... 8.090
Middlings, sks .. SflßfChimry, bhis ... t«
Potatoes, sis ... 7.o7o' Applps. b.xs 5.2i0
Onion*, sks ..... 79O.Pappr. bdla 1.320
Hay. tons 513 Broom corn. bdl» IO
Wool, sk^ ...... 45iHon«y.' cases .... 2Ci>
Malt. sk» 50<> Orangpd. b-ts .... 1.3. T .i>
Egypt. . corn. \u25a0 sks. 340'Kaisfns. bxs 1.700
Leather, rolls ... I*>l Almond?, ska ... 2>O
Tallow, ctls 40!
WESTERN STATES
Malt, ska ...... 500; Corn meal. sis.. fi<"o
Family Retail Market
Eggs and dairy prodnce are sfil! retailing at
hlarh prices and there Is no imm«»dlat»« prf^rxr-t
of consumers being benefited by a <Wlin*> in
the market. Qnotatlons for wild duck* anrl
poultry show some? revision in th«» direction of
higher prices. wh!l«> gome kinds of n>b ar*>
cheaper. Fresh fruits and green produce stau-1
about the same as <jaoted last week.
COAL. PER TON—
Penn9ylT*nla Egs.^l9.ool!?ew WelUngton. .$12.00
Hebburn 12.0Oi Wellington Not... 11.00
4merlcaa Block.. 14.001 Welsh Egg IS-WV
Richmond 12.00! Pelaw Main 12. 00
Coos Bay 10.001
DAIRY PRODUCE. ETC—
Better, 2 1b [email protected] : Epcs. deven ....fiO'Sfi.-;
1^ 1b square. WES6s! Do storage ....33£540
Eastern Cheese.. — (riSr)\Bow-j, comb. 1b.20©23
CaL Cheese — <Q231 Do Quart — ©4O
Swiss Cheese [email protected]!
POULTRY AND GAME—
Hens, each....sK9l.2slOoßHng!«. each _..$2..i0
Do small .60Q75' Pizpons, pair..... — ca'"
Toonsr Rooster*. (Sqnabn. per palr.63!a7T»
each $lQ:.2s!Teal Ducks — @.v>
OU Roosters, ea.6o®7s'Mali«trd ~.75c^5l
Fryers. eacb.....50(fJ7513pr1c ...».«.....65iQ.7.T
\u25a0 Broilers, each . . .«O<fi»sf»l Widgeon .... .^. .40(95''*
Turkeys, per Ib. .SO^.^ Spoonbill ........ — @4O
Dncks, ea.,[email protected]!Hare \u0084--, T ... — ©2-1
Do old 73oi9Sl!RabbIts \u0084 r \[email protected]^
Geese, each ..|[email protected]"?[ **
MEATS — The Retail Batchers" *asoelatloa
cruotes as follows:
Beef — I Foreqnarter» 12^«Q15
Prlae Boasts. .lß^22 Chops ...».....20<a' > 1
Pot Roasts.. l2^(6)l3 Stew ........ [email protected]«3
Portrha Steaks.2o<^2s Unttoo—
Tendrln Steaks. 18«f{22 Lejrs ......... .15^H
Sirlola Steaks.. [email protected] Shoulders \u0084.10®12V>
Ronnd Stks..l2%@lS Chopa ..—^[email protected]
Cbnck [email protected]> Stew
Stew and Bon- iPork— -~whu-^
tag Beef ..8012*4 Legs ........... 18*322
Corn Beef [email protected] Shoulders ...... 14'can
Soop Bones ... [email protected] 61 Chops 20!a25
Teal— Salt Port — @20
Roasts [email protected] Sausages [email protected]
Chops & Cutletslß@2s Beef Tonjnes. ea 75<j
Stew & 80i1.12%@15 Beef Kldseya. e».150
Lamb — Pigs* Head .... [email protected] 3
Hindquarters [email protected] Pigs* Feet .... BQIO
VEGETABLES —
Artichokes. do»..BOt£B7sJCJar!se .....^^.^.. <Q 9
Beet*, d0x. ...... — QlOlGreen Peas ...._ B©lf>
Beans, white, lb. 6Q B!Onion3. per 1b.... — <a 2
Do colored, lb. 7® S! Potatoes, lb .... 2<a°%
Pried Lima, lb.— o eiStrinir Beans.lb.tO^i2i.,
Green Lima, lb — <® S'JSumnjer Sqnash.lb— <ct 5
eacb... 5-^lOl Sprouts, per lb.. & a
Cucumbers. doz,[email protected]' Spinach, per 1b... 3
Eggplant, lb — <S JiTomatoes. lb .... ® L
Green Pepprs. .te.lO<J?ls
FRDITS AND NtTTS—
Apples, lb 3© ajLlmes. 4ms ...... Qio
Berries, basket — I Nuts pound-
Strawberries ..10(0201 Brazils ........ ©»>
Raspberries ...— ®1O! Pecans — &2f>
Hacklbrs, Ib-lOQls^r Wahiats ......—i^)
Ranauas. do»...23oSOl Oranges, doz ....30Q.y»
Cranberries, qt...— (3101 Pineapples. [email protected])
Figs, do* — ©lSlPears. la..^ s^*
Grapes, basket.. .2s / 335:Quinces, lb. ...... 4Q 1
Grapefndt. d0*. 75c(051| Raisins, U> — <3lb
Lemons, doz 20<a30[
FISH. PER POUND—
Burraconta. @12^!Sand Dabs — <ax»
Black Bass — @2O! Sardines — S i
Carp SiESlOlPhad — fii H
Catfish — <ais' Striped Ba-«« *— <?n
Codfbh.....io«^; shrimp*, n, [email protected]«>
Halibut .«. — @13, Smelt» 15(320
Herrln* — (aWSoIe*
M*ckfr.l 12U^15 Skates, each — *«5
P er cb • SglO Sqnl.l — tf?i.
£«*«*! 12%SJ»l.',!Turtot _St 5
t>° n —^I3!Crabs. each — ©_-
Salmon Trout ...—<§!— [Crawfish, ll> .....—§3s
Provhloas
.^ h r m^ r v'* i3 , WMk an<l som«» cuttins in hams
and light bacon Is reported. Trade is ll~ n t
Cottolen*— l half bbl. U%c: S half bMs li"»; C
1 tierc*. Hssc; 2 tierces. llti<?; 5 tierces, It^c
Hams and Bacon— Hama, [email protected]; picnic
hams, 14c; California hams. lSc; fancy bacon
6 to k 8 \b* [email protected] Sto 10 lbs '2B®^. 10 to
12 1I» [email protected]; sugar cnr«d. 2»[email protected] light dry
•alt bacon. 8 to 10 lbs 23®24^ 10 to r lha
bac^n?isltoc? m bb * C ° a *. 13 ® 19C: " Sht m<Stoa
« Lar^ Tierc * s ' 13c: 5"" 25i;c; 10, i 53 5,
J.ST'iC. 3s lflc; compound" lard.' tierce. 11 tic
SOs^nHe. 10» 12c. 5s 12t*c. 3a 12Hc; yVIW
cooklngoil. -2S per gal; white cooklnj oU lZ
per gal; salad oil. 75c per gal. C
.nS^n. l^? * prlces are « BOted - Export lot*, la

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