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COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
U. P. AND STEEL
REACH HIGH LEVEL
Reading Stock Also Climbs With
the Rising Market and
Stays Up
Easing Money Conditions Sas«
tain Prices; British Situation
Passes Danger Point
N'ctr York Stock IJst
E. r. Scttoii & Co.. 400 California etreet.
c-m^rs of tte X?w York stock «xclia=ge, fnr
r'.sli the foilow!Es list of bend and stock sales
yesterday:
Ss>». I STl>-'K.S IHighj Low | Bid | Ask
;Alli*-Ghslmrr!. ...[ I ! S ) 10
, ! Do pfd '-••••I i t.2"-*.; 34
f..f.^r.Ksr.ti Copper 71 \ 70\[ 70«^ 70^
TOO.ABirr Beet Sugar. SSSji 2SV.- 3SV,
I Do nfd *2 94
Ton Anjer Caa Co ; I<^ 1" l fl W«4
Ooo| Do fill '7^ 77% 77% 772j
CMAarfiTCo.. W-t 'oi\ 56^ 85%
I vopta us-* us
»C<OArr.er Cotton Oil. 05 6414 «4 •>*>
j Do pM 100 102
Am Eitfe & L ' * I 4 ~*
I r>o vm 1 a« 24^4
lOOiAmer Ice Swjr. . 19 1 * 19' i I* s1 * 33
iAaer LSiteed , WVs J«
1 Dorid S3U 34H
BOOiAner l»ooa:ot:ve. 40U 40 B»%J 4o^
I Dcpf.l -, »f» W"
|Ajne.r MaH .*. •*» rt
, j Po rfd S4 oT»
t.XK> Aner S3t a Co.. 82 ' i 81*&] SI%J Sl^
:*>! iv> r>f<! 10*. io« irt<s IUHSV*
:Anier Hngnr , ;11S 119
! Do pfd jJl'> r i 137 y»
» iAtcer Steel Foua 147 4^
1.200 A nier Th T Co. . 142% 142 |i 43 143"-i
:Aiaer Too :M ] V"> WJ4
1.100 i.m*r Woolen 3554 3r>1 * S5V =
i PosM *3 93"-a
'Aia-xaa* 42% 42^
iC\VAUantic C«ast L. 119 Il» 1119 lISVj
2.JOO<A T& S F 104Vip04 |104 TO4V*,
30M Tit pfd 101% 10H4J1O1 jlblVi
IOOIejIH 4 OMo 107-^ ( 107T» 107-i;10S
I Do pfd ! 1 90 91
200 Bethiebera Sieel.! £3 S2 T i S2H S'2%
j Do pfd i 60% 61 I
2.900,8 E T 75% 7S 7S^ 7S^
400C*nac-iaa Pacific. 193^, 19G 196--, 196 \
f3.500;C & O S4?* M 54% 84? 4
IC&A SO 43
400; C G W 23% 23VJ 23^ 23's
I Do pfd ! 471* 48
)C &X W |147 i« 147 147J4 14TW
2.5C0C M & Rt P 124^4 I^3Ti!l23^ll24\t
j Do pfd J147 1149
400!Ontral Leather..! 34"* 34^i 34%! 34"6
! Do pfd losUl<*%
Central of X 2 275 25%
iCblcago Terminal , 2 4
I Do pfd 8 2<t
C C C & St L 67 «9
I Do pfd 985*, 110
SOOICoIo Fuel & Iron S6\ 30 35^1 35 1 .;
! Do pfd 110"-£ill$
Columbus UC &I 4^ 6Vi
200, C010 Southern ..60 60 T&\ Rrt
j Do Ist pfd ". 7.'. 77
I Do 2d pfd 1 23 !77 \
Coo:CoDSolidated CJasilS'JSi 135% 136 J10614
iC<irn Products 16% W%
I Do pfd 7S SO
600;D*I & Hudson .. 171 170 170 17<U£
ID L & W 57f" 57r>
!D & B O 33 33%
j Do pfd 74i; 75
-DlarncLd Match 94 96
I.soo. D!>tiilicg Secur 34% 34\ 34% 34%
JDulutta SS& A. 12 12
j Do pfd 21% 24
I.6ftOjErie- 30' i Sn% SOy; SO%
2<»0! DolrtpM ... 493>g 4<n /4 454 . 49
lOrii Do 2d pfd 38 SS 37-% ?.si;
General Electric !154^1154i 2
GoWStld Cons I I 7%] RV
LSOOjG X Ore | <K( 1 59^ 1 W l *\ R*? l^
BOOOrt Xortiiem pfd 1124^ 1124 14 12314J12414
Illinois Central ..I '< (134 135
lon;intexboro-Metro . 21^ 21% 21 21%
1.0001 Do pfd 57H 56% 06^ sfi» 4
ilnter Mer Mar 5 <?
I Do pfd 16J4 17
llnter Paper 12% 13
Do pfd 56 s«i;
P.AIVV.Inter Pump... 44 T 4 43^; 44*4 44"g
I.OOOj Do pfd »% SS'i. 5534 85"«
» lowa Central 20 2<)i»
I Do pfd 55% 35Vi 35' i3H
200! Kansas City So.. 34 E4 S3-* 34
j Do pfd W. 367
'L E& W 16 17
!Do pfd 37. 43
400 L & X 146*-s 146 146Vs Hft-'Js
iMa^kay !*rt | 95
D« pfd 73-s 175
(Manhattan 14rt>-5,j142
I.7oO:Me.xican Central I 36Vi SS'Js 35% BS%
Minn &St L ...j 27 29i 3
Do Ist pfd 47 54
US St P&S SM < 134 135
. 40rv Mo Kan & Texas] 35^ 34"« i S.M.; 85%
i Do pfd 65 67
500 Missouri Pacific. l 52 51^ 61*; r>2
INash C & St L..1 11051, 107
National Lead...! ]5S 59
I Do pfd 1 * 107 10S
7<vn;XatK>ni.l Biscuit.lll2 111 1112 112^
I D" pfd )... 120H 124
Nevada Con? . . .i 20 T s 2f» :! i 20*^121
IN V Air Brake..) 73 | 7M£
1.4001N V rential !114% 114 114% 114S
IX YC& St L-...J 1 !65 67fe
• I Do Ist pfd 1 1 KiS% HO
j Do 2d pfiJ .%..) I ) $9% «3
IN YXH A- H.. 1 152 153^
2CK.»;X V Ont & W... 43U| 43^1 4:! 434,
iXorfolk & West. l«8 »»4
Do pf<! |.i*rt IM I>3
'Xcrth American.! | 104 06
l^OOiXor-uhern Parlfic.ilie" j!ll6';!lli3Vi 136^
lOsiiha I 1140 lf.O
Do pra j i ir.o i«o
PaciCc Coast ..I Ifr2 110
lOOiPaueifle Mail I SO^i 30% 30% 21
400:P*c TA T C 0... 45 i 45 45 45'.^
i Do pfd 1 1 8<» 9*.«
\u25a0 !Prcn 11 II Co il3o&!i29T4iJ2iisfc ICO
(Peoples Gss j I ilOO'i 107JA
lOOlPlttsfcurg Coal ..1 7^] 10^ 20. 20%
lOOi Lk» pff. 172 !72 71% 73
PCC.ft'Stlhd 1 s<« «>S
I l»o pfd I j Ul" H5 I .
POOlPresscd S Car... E**%] 33% Z4\\u0094 35
\u25a0 ««!; Do nfd pe^ii &c i ueu. S7
200; Ry Steel S C 0... 3C 1 55"4 l 33 S6
I Do pfd j I 07Vi)
30.300. Seeding 154 %! 154 '«U(W% 1154%
1 Do Ist pfd j KS S9
coo; Do 2d pfd j>:\; U7 |w> ss
ifiOiU^public S & I. "i't\ 34"*! 34 ' i 83U
2«01 !>o pfd f.S I J-7-^.l i»7',i| 08'
10.C00!?.ock ls!aad C 0..) C4H 35% 3.'m 33%
i Do pM j t 67i4! OS'
[Skw s s&i co{ ( si-ji r.i*;
! Ho jifd I !104 105
st UIS rutr ut pfdj eiuj C 4
COO! Do 2d prd -I 42 I 41 41UI 42
!St L i S W I 2C'*| 27'
I Do pfd j 1 63%| <:4
3,oCo;r;outa Pacific ... 11S T 4!IISU HS^im-
ISonthera Ry ....; j 27% 27*4
! I*o pfd I I I C 414 €4'i
1/iMiTenn Cx^per 27**! ?.7'4 :!7V 37%
SoC!T«xas Pacific 28 ' 28 27\ 28
SW'Third Avenue 12% 12% 12J4 J****
C-'ijTot Xt L & W... 24K 24 24 24>i
coot Do rf« I C7vi 56^ 50--; .*,-»£
ITwic Ciiy B T..1 109 112^
j Cn Bag L. Paperi S 9'
I Do pfi «8 " CO
2«.10o;Cn!oa P.-.CISc ... 179 17^^ 17S'>;;i7S T i
2001 Do pfd P3 82^ ta 3.V4
;c m of s r..t 2s I 2«h
100" Do pf<! 05% 55% 65 57
ID S C I Pipe....) 17^1 18U
! Do pM 67-. W»
. 2fX»!C S Rubber...... 36 36 356 364
r«o Ist pfa v. 11014 mjs
I Do 2d pf<l 73 75
«.WtOtJ S Sterl Cor... Sl l * SO"4 Ml 4 SIH
000 1 Do pM 117%; 117U 1171; 11$
\u25a0\u25a0 l,TOf»!rta!i Cupper -...:. SOS 00^ fiOi^ 60S,
:.700!Va-Car Ctea Co. 63V. G2% R3Vi C3»4
! Do pfd 2Of>
• I!K};W«b»sh JR IR. I7»i IS
SOOI Do Pfd 1 ZBM C 7;« S7=4 37%
|Wel!s-Fargo Kx.J IPS ia"s
!We»t«m Cnioa . .....J 71% 72
!TA>sT:n*-b.cn«e ..., .1 71 72
|W & L X P. 5>A 6^
" ! I-> Ist pfd J4 1«
• Do 2d pfd 7 : s^4
i Wis Central ....j GO 63
29S.9D0 —^Total «>!<!.
Xevr York Bonds
US r*>r 2s rer-.K>O%jlEt Met 4*-'.s SOs;
no lOo'-^;lnt Mer Mar 4'-i« f4"4
l>o C* r«g .;01%|JapsLii 4s. BS*«
To coupon ... .101".! Do 4%s ... 94H
»& 4j re« 113 iKan City So Ist Ss 731,;
r>« coapoa . ...USVIIL S^or <!eb 4&.1931 £2*4
AIU«-Ob*l lxt. 5«. 78 L & X, unified 4s. 9S>i
Ainer Arrlcul C*.; 02% Jf , X & Tex Ist 4s 97^
< Ataer T4T cr 4«.106% Do gen •*»** ...,S4i4
: Araer Tobtcco 4». SOiilMo Paciiic 48 77»n
Do €* 100^*1 Do ct 5* • 92"«
.Vrraotxr 4 1 js .... »I%!K Rof Mcx 4%5. 94%
Atch c«a '\u2666» X V C.gen 3%5.. SSXS
Do cr 4s 106^ Do deb 4s 03%
Do cr 5*......105*£ XY.XH& H <rr 6S.IS4U
A'Un C L l»t 4*. 94 Xor & W Ist con4s 9S',^
B*lt Ie OWo 45.. 9514 Do cr 4s 100
Do SV»» Nor Pacific 45.... 99%
Do'sVS I*!..1 *!.. *»<4 Do Ss 70^
*Bro«klya Tr cr 4s CSUiO S Un» rffljr 4s. S3
\u2666 t^stral of O* Ds-iO6r* Pa cv. S'fcs, 1915. 95%
c:«nt I*fJjfcr 6s-. &»HiP» f en 4s ..' 103N
OEJI of XJ gn &s.l22%jllea<Sing cen 45... fiSH
Ohes U. Ohio 4^,«.10:%'5t L & S F f C 4s. SI
Dp ref 65"..... 94*4} Do eta fis ..... S63s
Chi & Altaa «'a*. «S ;St L ?3 W con 4s. 73H>
C B4 Q Joint 4« 85*% i Do Ist fold 45... 90%
D« tea i* 67% Seaboard . A L 45..77!»
C,l4ft £U» tn zy»* 92i!So Pacific col 45.. 92
C aii P»Ci«-ftl *a T4U Do cv- 4s ....... t»7»i
Do TtZCx 'M *S< - Do-Jfrt.ref 4R.. 94U?
Cola tclss "55.... 77 (So Kailw^y Js. . . .inS'i
Cclo rJiabtnJ 45..- 70 i Do sea is ...;.' TCU i
PRICES STILL;
ARE QOIIVO UP
NEW TORK, Nov. 19.— The stock
market regained its professional
lirEitationf today, but prices con
tinued to advance. Union Pacific
and United States steel practically
rose to the highest prices on the
present movement, and Reading:
was not far below. The Indica
tions of easing money conditions
made a sustaining influence. Tho
current of the money movement
toward New York was regarded as
ending the crop moving \rcquirc
ments of the Interior and fore
shadowing a recuperation of re
serve holdings of the New York
banks.
The private discount rate re
ceded in London. The political
program in Great Britain by pro
viding for budget action before
the dissolution of parliament
takes from the situation the fac
tor which proved disturbing In
last year's crisis. . -
The feature of the bank state
ment was tho heavy transfer of
deposits and loans from trust
companies to clearing house
banks, occasioned by the - decline
in Interest rates during the week.
There were decreases in .the week
ly averages of "other banks and
trust companies" of $19,566,800 in
deposits. $18,785,500 in loans and
51.690.500 in cash. This transfer
seems to have neutralized in the
actual showing of the clearing
house banks, the actual increase
of more than $9,000,000. compar
ing with preliminary estimates of
only $2,000,000.
Bonds were easy; total sales,
par value, $1,260,000.
United States bonds are un
changed "on call from last week.
NEW YORK. Xov. 19.— E. F.
Hutton & Co.'s wire says: "The
stock market today has assumed
a more decided tendency than for
somo time. The underlying con
ditions of the market, which we
have tried to emphasize in our
previous market letters, could not
well be These factors,
ndded to expected favorable ac
tion by the interstate commerce
commission in the matter of rail
•Toad rates, can not otherwise be
construed but as. bullish factors.
A dormant short interest Is an
other factor contributing. Be
liev« market will gradually but
surely improve and look to see the
standard rails* sell considerably
higher."
Col So r&ext 4i-,s 07 Union Paclflc 45.. 101%
Del & Hud cv 4s. »R Do cv 4s- 105*4
Den & Ri<> G 4s. 94% Do Ist & ref 4a. OS!£
Do ref 5s 90 US Rubber 6e...103
Distillers ss. 77% D S Steel 2d 65..103Ts
Erie, prior lien 4s. K3Vj Va Car Chem 55.. 100
Do gen 4s 74« 4 Wabash Ist 5? 109
Do cv 4s. ser A 7t> Do Ist & ext 4s. 65%
Do cv 4s. Ber 870 Western Md 45... SB^i
Gen Elect, ct 55..147 Westing El cv ss. 92
111 Cen Ist ref 4s 96Va Wis Central 45... 923 S
.New York Mining Stocks
Alice 2. 25! 1itt1e Chief 10
Com Tunnel Stock 23 Mexican 96
Com Tunnel Bonds 19 Ontario \ 2.00
Con Va Mm Co.. 95iOphir 1.06
Horn Silver 80 Standard 45
Iron Silver 1.65 Yellow Jacket ... 37
Lcadville Con ... 10|
Xew York Curb Stocks
Bid. Ask.| Bid. Ask.
Amrr Tob -.422 425 /Ohio 1 11-l&l «i
Braden ..,.."4^ 4ii|Rsy Central.. 2V, 2 fl-l«>
Brit Colum.. 61-2 o>%!Ray Cr> n ... 20% 20? 4
Ute Coalition 20 21 ISan Toy 20 25
Chi Subway. 414 5 Istsndard Mill. 1« 19
Cnino 24H 24»5l Do pfd ... 50 .65
Coas Ariz .. IT$ 2 IStandard 011.612 615
Dolores 5V., sSiifc«per & Pitts 14ii 15
Davis Daly., pi l& 4 ;!Yi Bullion... 7-K3 916
El Rayo ... Byj 3 7 i|Union Op .. 5 6
Ely Cent ... 0 6"« Do pfd ... 10 20
Mrst Xatnl.. l?i l'^lrTn Rico 3 5
•iiroux ..7 11-I*s 7 13-16! Yukon ...'.. .3 11-16 3*i
Dai*y 30 13 iFraction 23 24
Florence 1 13-16 1 15-16: Xev Utah ...11-16 1»*
Greece Can.. S Sl-16!Mason Val .. J«»V6 l°?i
• Jug Express. ISS 195 JEly Con . . . 3» 42
Inspiration ..9 13-16 9 7 ijBelmont 4 5-16 4%
Inter Rub .. 2SU 29uixev Hills ... 2'/ t 2%
Kerr Lake ..7 7-16 7»^Maye ....'.... 74 7S
La Rose ... 4% 4 T ,s!June 12 16 !
.Miami 2(n s 20?itKevstone .... 3'i 3£ i
Mines of Am 50 60 |So Utah .... 1% I 1?
Montg Sho. .. S 13 J July 4S 50
Xipissing ... 10* i 10'siRay rights ..34 35
Boston Stocks
BOSTON*. Xnv. 19.--E. F. Hutton & Co.'s
wire gays: The Boston coppers are stronger,
with go<>i undertone, today. Xorth Butte and
East Butte are th« features, each up about
one point on what looks like good buying.
There is Indefinite talk of copper (»nsoliaa- J
tions iv the near future and the market acts I
like higher prices next week.
Horace Wtochell. the consulting geologist of
Amalgamated copper company, has Just fin
ished •an underground examination of East
Butte. The details are most gratifying to
the management. The general outlook favors
the bull 6ide for several months to come.
The following list is furnished by E. 1". Hut
ton & Co., 490 California street. San Francisco: |
Bid. Ask.l Bid. Ask. !
Adventure .. 8% 9 jXortb Lake... s -'SVi
Allouez 44 45 Old Dominion 42 — •
Arcadian ... 4^ — iOsceoia 130^131
Ariz Com .. 18 IS% OJibway 7 S j
Atlantic 7*i * Parrot 12% 14
A. P *\ r- Qulncy 77 ,4 .79
Do pfd ... 34^ 1"' Shannon ISU ISH
Balaklala ... ~hi 7i;iSanta. Ke ... 1?5 1\
Bte Coaliilon 20 20% Cnited Shoe.. 60 hi E6 1 *
Cal & Ariz.. 55 50 Do pfd ... 28', 29"
Csl &. Heda.s&o ClO SUs>er &. Bost 7 s , 8
Centennial .. IS »> Snper & Pitts 14 "A *14Ta
«'ojipr Ranee 72 7:^l Snper Copper. 47^ 4S
Daly "Vcit... S^i 4 |Tamarack ... 62 U2'-.
East Butte.. USH 13%;Trinlty SV. 6
PrsLßklia .... ll\i ll'tiJU S Mining. 37^i,—
Granby 45 45V4i Do J>fd ... 47 "i 475;
HaDwck 26>4 26H!»*tih Apex .. B\% 3U 1
Helvetia .... 1% 2 UtahCca... 24 24^
Isle Rcyale.. 2OVs 21 I Victoria 2V> 3'
Indiana 15 Vj 16 I Wolverine ...125 128
Kerr Lake .. 7*; 7%|Wyaßdotte .. -l%- 1*;
Keweenaw,.. S"4 3vt|Winona »v 10
Lxke C<ipper. 38 38' i Oreene Can... R .si^ \
L« Salle ... 7'(, S Glroux 7% 7^ j
Mass Con .. SVz 9 Ray Coa ... 20V. 20 : : i
Mica M!n \u0084 4'a 5 Algomah 10*4 10% I
Mohawk 49 CO Bos & Albany. 222 —
Xewhouse ... 1% H<i|Bos & Malnc.l2s 127
North Butte. 3«% 36»i United FTnit.,lßS ISS«
Ker Cods .. 20;* 21 |Bos Elev ...129 123Va
Boston ' Curb Stocks
Bid. Ask.) Bid. Ask.
Ariz & Mich. 14 IS Ely Witch.... 10 15
Aimeek- ....125 200 ilnspiratn »1316 9 15-16
Bobenila 4 4*3 [Keystone .... 3 31:
Bofcton Ely., li l?k|LWe Oak ... — 26-,
Calavcras ... 3»4 3U Majestic f.2 . r i4
Cactus 27 2y Mason Val .. 10^ 10';
Chief Cons.. 1?J l\ Nev Douglas. 2% 2%
Corblu ...... 4< s ' SU Ofaio ..'. 1% l4i
Chino 24 2tH Oneco -^1-2^
Davis D... 18-10 1 11-16 South Lake... 7' 7»>
Eagle &BB CO 70 1
Londou Closlni? Stocks
Ccr.s for money. 79 3-J6il»iJisr & Xasb. . . -150',-i
Do for acct..79 5-ICiM, X & Texas.... 36'
Arc*] Chopper .... 73 JX V \u25a0 Central .IJ7*;
Anaconda S% l Xorfolfc & West . ..101 V« !
A.tchison Do pfd 91 I
Do pjd "....10-P/i I Ontario & West... 44>i '
Bait 61 Ohio JlO'^lPcnnaylvania 66T»
Can Pacific 202 IRand Mines pB%
Ckes & Ohio kd% Reading .......... 701 a
Chi Great West.. 24i4JS"o Railway 2S^i
Chi. Mil & St P. 127»;| Do pfd 67
De Beers 17«4lSo l>acific -322&s
Den 6c Rio G 44i4JUniou Pacific ....1K3%
Do pfd 73^1 Do pfd ........ »SV,
Erie Sl«; 17 S- Steel \u0084..53%
Do Ist pfd 51 Do pfd ........1211;!
Do 2d pfd 39 TFshash lS>-j
Grand Trunk 24% Do pfd 39 I
111 Central .13S ISpanisU 4s 90
Bar silver — Steady; 25% d per ounce.
Money— 4% ©5 per ceut.
The rate of tlfseount in the open market for
short bills is 4 a; per cent and for -three months*
bills 4 5-l«@4 7-16 per cent.
'Condition of the Treasury .
"WASHIXOTON. Xor. 19. — At llie^begiunlng of
business today tte condition of the United States
treasury was: .
Working balance. In treasury offices. $26,690.
340: in banks and Philippine treasury, $33,395.
130; tho total bslance in the general fund was
$53.497.C4C.
Ordinary receipts were $2,245.<591 yesterday,
wiii! ordinary, disbursements of $3,507,530.
Tfte deficit to date in ueasury is $13,057,563 as
against $27,449,121 at this time last year.
These figures do not include Panama canal and
public debt transactions.
Chicago Discount Rate
CHICAGO. Xov. ID.— Exchange on Xew Tork,
15c discount.
. Xew York .Money 3larket*
NEW YORK, Xov. 19. — Money, oa call, nomi
nal; time loans, easy: 60 days. 4% per cent; 90
days and 6 months, [email protected]?; per cent. N -
Prime mercantile paper, 5'[email protected] per cent.
Sterling exchange, steady, with actual buslnej*
In bankers* bills at [email protected] tat 60 day bills
and at 54. 50 for demand.
Commercial bill*. [email protected] \u25a0 ' •'
Bar silver, SSfec. - .- : .
Mexican dollars,. 46c. .-'•
Bonds— Government and railroad, steady. •
-Vnrthern Business! .
PORTIxiXD. >'ov.-l». — Clearings. $1,508,924
balances. $176. 175. - t., • ' .
TACOMA. Nor. 19. — Clearings,; $670,160: * bal
ances, $88,352. - . \u25a0/ - .. .-"\u25a0-;. - ; - \u25a0 ' ,
SEATTLE. Xor. lfl.r-Clearlngs, $1,667,653; bal
iancrs.. $170.66?. CJ^ 1
, SPOKANE. Xo*. W.— Clearing*,, B74o.4os; H l- a
anccs, $13,310. \u25a0: k .-.; ,--.i-..
THE; SA^N FBANGISCO CALL, , : SUNDAY, -NO VEMBERE^CV 1910.
Oil and Mining Stocks Inactive
Local Securities Have a Good Day
Weekly Bank Statement
XEW YORK, Xov. 39— The following Is the
New York clearing house summary of the weekly
statement of banks for -the week ending Novem
ber 19: : - . -.. - . \u25a0 . . -. .. .
CLEARIXG HOUSE BANKS, DAILY
. AVERAGES '
Amount. Increase. Decrease.
Loans $1,201,509,000 .. .....„:. $11,802,000
Deposits 1,170,315,000 2,716,000
Circulation. 48,644,000 $453,000. — .'..
Specie ..... 243,321,000 5.672,000 ...........
Legal ten- \u25a0 .
tiers 67,031,000 942,000 .......
Reserve ... 310,852,000 9,013,000
Reserve re- - . : . .
quired ... ' 292.578.000..... 679.000
Surplus 17,773,000 10,292,000..:
ExU. S. de
posits ... 15.155.000 10,303.000 >.
CLEARIXG HOCSE BANKS, ACTUAL CONDI
. TIOX THIS DAY . s
Amount. ' Increase. Decrease.
•Loans . .t . . $1,204,972,000 $053,000
Deposits... 1,177,133,000 $7,569,000 : ..
Circulation. , 48.731.000 ISO.OOO .. . 1 . . .
Specie 245,434,000 7,672,000
Legal ten
ders 68,551,000 1.8(51.000
Reserve ... 313.955.000 9,033,000
Reserve re- \u25a0
quired... 294.253.000 1.152,000
Surplus .... 19,702,000 7,142,000
Ex U. H. de
posits ... 20,115,000 7.176.000 \u25a0
STATE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES OF
GREATER XEW YORK XOT REPORT
IXG TO THE CLEARING HOUSE
I Amount. J Increase. Decrease.
Loans $1,105.372,000 $15,756.C00
Specie 120.060,000.... .1,150,000
Legal- ten
ders 21.305.000 495.000
Total depos- . *
its 1.155,487,000 19,567,000
The statement of clearing house banks for
the week shows that the banks bold $17,770,000
more than the requirements of the 25 per cent
reserve rule. This is an Increase of $10,202,000
in the proportionate cash reserve as compared
with last week. \
The Financier will say:
"An unexpected cash gain-of $f»,033,600 or at
least tliree times in excess of what the known
figures earlier iv the week indicated, brought
about an increase in the surplus reserve in the
Xew York banks of $7,141,700, ' according to the
statement of actual condition issued Saturday.
As a result the surplus above the. 25 per cent
reserve minimum is now $19,701,675.
"This Is the largest surplus recorded since the
middle of September, 'when the banks were pre
paring to meet crop requirements, and is more
than twice as large as the surplus for the cor
responding date a year ago. Sloans for last werk
Ehowed a email reduction in the actual state
ment of $622,700. although in the statement
of averages issued Saturday the loan shrinkage
is given at $11,802,100.
"This probably reflects operations noted In the
previous actual statement.
"At 8113- rate the surplus figured on averages
stands at $17,773,325, or about two millions be
low the r«l surplus reported by the banks on
Saturday. It is rather interesting to' note that
the shrinkage In loans was not confined to the
clearing house banks, but extended to the trust
companies and outside institutions, which, ac
cording to the statement Issued Saturday, re
ported a decrease of $15.755.500 in loans and
a decrease of a little less amount in deposits,
together with a shrinkage -of one and a half
millions in cash. , ;
"The statement takon as a whole foreshadows
an cxtremeiy comfortable position In the money
market. "-
Merchants' Exchange Amtesument
At the time of the fire the Merchants' ex
change of. San Francisco bad: to borrow $171,000
in excess of the insurance money to reconstruct
the^ building. Upon this indebtedness an minimi
amount of $25,000 has to be paid. This year
$10,000 has alrenfly been paid, but in order 'to
meet the remaining $15,000. due January I*. an
assessment of $100 on each member of the cor
poration was levied at a meeting of the board
of directors on Xovember 16. \
This assessment was recommended by Presi
dent James K'olph Jr., in his annual address, and
adopted by the committee. It will put the ex
change in first rate financial shape.
Bank ClcaringM
San Francisco bank clearings last week were
(31,825,655, against $48,020,947 for the same
week last year, an increase of $3,004,705, or
S.I per cent. .
Loans. Exchange and Silver
Prime mercantile paper ...5 ©6 per ceut
i Loans on real estate _- s>£fuß per cent
•Sterling exchange, 00 days... — @4.52i4
! Sterling exchange, sight — @4.B<Hi
Sterling exchange, cables — @4.S7Vi
Xew York exchange, sight — m -02%
Xew York exchange, telegraphic. — @..O5
i Hongkong exchange, sight — @ .45*4 *
Hongkong exchause, telegraphic. — <s .457 a -
Silver, per ounce — (a, .55^.
! Mexican dollars, nominal — ® .50
CONTINENTAL
! Xew York on Paris...... 520
j New York on' Mexico .....". '...... 201' i
I Paris on L0nd0n.'. ........ .'.'. ..'..'... .. ..".25.3«'.'j
j Berlin on I/ondon J
STOCK MARKET
Business In local serflritles was very good f«r
Saturday, though it was chiefly in three, stocks
— California wine. Hawaiian commercial and
Spriug Vnlley water. The wino stock w«s some
fractlonß tlghcr, while tb<» sugar «t<.«cl:. was
weaker and the water stock steady.
Tiie San Francisco. Oakland .hod San Jose .5
jkt cent bonds were es coupon of $2.so..yes
terday.
\u25a0 Joseph Fredericks & Co.. a local corporation,
lias levied an assessment of $100 per share, de
linquent December' 21; ' ,
STOCK AND BOXD EXCHANGE
SATURDAY. XoV. 10— 10:30 a. m.
UXITKD STATES BOXDS
Bid. Ask.t \u25a0 Bid. Ask.
4s or ct> cew — — !3s qr coup... — —
- MISCELLAXEOUS BOXDS
Ala A W r.s. — 100 O G.L&II 6a. — 102!'.
Am KEI ss. 945; 05% Oak IVan 6s. 108 U —
Aiso Oil r.s. 04* i — Oak Trail 58.103^104^
Bay Cl'C 55.101V4. — O Tran Gn 5s — 10-JU.
Cai C G 58.100V2 — <^ Trac Cn 5s 06 -DS
Cal G&IS g- - ; O Trae Co" r.s »0»i. — *
ra & ct v«. OST*. — |O W gfd ss. OR 100
Cal st C 55.101 1 ,; — |Om Cable 65. 100- —
Cal Wine r.s. S-9 — ll'ac G \u25a0 Ini 4s. S2 *•'-
City El 55.. SO% — .11' E Ry 55.. — .iflfii;
C C Wat os. 97 — |Lac L&P n^. — 09
Do c mgss — 04% IDo gtd ."s.lOO l^ — .
BdJEI LA Os — lOliyPac T&T ss. 99>4 —
i:d l&v «s. — — ]p & <:*ir »is.ioo —
DuPt I* 4^s 83 SS P & O It (is. f!S% — .
First F Trhs.lOl'i — I People's Wss (iS>ri CO'.s
F & C II Cs.lOlV. — I Powell fit CB..SIW
HC & S 55.101 \u0084 101 : \lSac EG&RSs.IOO —
Hon R T Gs.loo 105 _|S Diego X ss, — — .
OIL, SALES OF THE WEEK
Compiled by HoDklus-Maltman company.
toll s-ales for the wrek ending Frtday, XoTcmber is, 1910: *
Stock — " * .. High. Ijow. Last. Shares. Vnlsic
Alma . $1.00 §1.00 $1.00 ,\u25a0..... ..."......'
Apollo :.. 07 \u25a0;.'.. .07 .it" ' . -- " .....
Associated Oil ....: 43.00 . 42.00 42.00 "33.43 J1.415.0C
Blu«- Moon !-. .OS ..OS .08 ..:.......
Brookshlre : ". 1.-"7>i 1.23 .1- 1.27' V .........;
California Seaboard .3<i . .30 .30 : .-' ... ......
Caribou 1.4.". 1.40 1.45 A# 300 ' *-142..j0
Cloremont '. •• .'•'.. 1.-*.^ l.4<t \u25a0 1.4,-. 400--- -575.00?'?
Coallnga Central -...:. ...'. .40 , .40- ,40 V ..... . .....;....
<v>alinga Mohawk ......: .................... 1.30 1.2."> 1 . 2.". i.Rrio 2,275.00
Coalinsra Xational :., ".....; \u0084.. .12 .11 .11 2,000 220.00
Consolidated Midway ......'... .' . .27 .21 .2) 3 100 727 00 •
Dabney ....'.....'...... .10 .10; . .10 ' .. .
-Del Rey ...'. .2«> .20 .2«| <'" - " ,; ...
De.Luxe ...:.......- v 1.25 \u25a0"•1.20; ].25 ...... ' ...:....:
Dominion .........'..'..' ..T.. ....'. .75 : .75 . 7.-, \u25a0 " - • • •
Empire. 3.00 ,-« 2.7.".; 2.7.". !.'"!."'
Knos ...'.i '..... .S-"* .75 ; 7.". . \'.-'
Four Oil ..".....' •• , .12 .--.y.12 ]-.
Fulton 1.50 1.T.0 1 51,
Gypsy ...:...:....."...'.. .25 .25 05 ;" ,
Illinois Crude .T. ........ v .; ....:..... .3S .35' 3.^ ••••••••
Junction .40 .39 rji ••••.••.•••'•••"
Kern-Rirer,. .......;................... S.<Xt . - ',s. 00 S.'oo '""\u25a0 !."';!.';*':
Maricopa Xatlonal — .......•..'.:.. » .24 . .24, ;24 " ""'" \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0'\u25a0'/ \u25a0"'".>
-Maricopa'.-SS -..' .-'.... 3.00 2.50 2.50 i "soff-. " * .-\u25a0 "4,650.00 \u25a0•\u25a0
Ma5c0t......... .;.•... ................ 3.0»J ;'3.fM> ;{ ,10 -' : ' : -
McKlttrick " ..........:.. .........1....;. .15 .15' .•\u25a0 \u0084ir, .- \u25a0.•\u25a0]\u25a0". '.'; -• ] \ : '. : . : 'A. \u25a0-
Monte Cris to- .. -. — •..'.... .'.^.,2.7*1 2.4"» 2,'!5 ' \.*{o6 270.00'
•Nevada County ....Jf.......\ — :..... ..:.'\ .10 .in .m > . '..... ....1-
Xerada Midway .....'.•....:.?:/.........' — '.17 ' .17 17 '""-. •.
Xew Pennsylvania Petr01eum........ .60 . ;:,r, - s i '"*m : ' 677 00 ''
Occidental ".'-..' .15' .15 V, '"- ' ' "
Orcutt \u25a0"...-... ..............V...r 10 .10' '10 .'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 '.\u25a0
Pacific States ................"....... 31 .31 '; .31 ; / ;: "...;:-. \u0084..^
Parafflne ....'.. ...'.....;. 75_ .75 7.-1 ' - ' "00 150 00
Palmar .....r.. ......... 1.40 i.?,7ii 1.40 1.400 1^M5.00 v
Peerless ... ; 4.50;;> 4.50 450 ,- , .....-
.Piedmont ...;...... .IX> .10 . '10 . '\u25a0""",:\u25a0 : -. ... "
'Pinar. .:..........;:..............-...... :..\0.*x\<i 4.75 \u25a0 sloo.?.-.;!.':!;- ..........
. Premier ....-.......: ............ .-90 - :74 .P0- - 6,200 \4,805.00 :
Record •- .....* -•.- 0.00 -5.n0 3. 00 ' -. '.:.......'
Republic ............ ....^ -50 .45 . .50 ~. 500 -250.00 "
5acrament0:....;....."..."....'. ........... 1.00 ' I.CO' . 1 no' ' '•'"•- • ' " " "' J '-
San Francisco & McKittrlek.. .. 15. 00 15.00 15*00 "" r
Saver Dough ..... ..........."....."..-....... 2.00 J. 95 . l'nr. ""\u25a0 '"........
'Section, 2s .....:...\u25a0..;.......'..... ....25.00- 24.50 24 : 75 • r: " ..........
Sesnon ..'..'........•• .}....'...:.......... S.OO S.on- s'do "''"'•' '.'. .!"
Silver Tip 1.50 1.35 j"n»: ".::\u25a0• "-' \u25a0 ' .
s w.&'8.;..;;.... ...-:. ..:.:.;. v;vv..-;.-...v ;vv.. -;.-... ...45 • . :30 _ ;^ 0 ; .;;,;^: ; ri.Rs6.Wa*;r i.Rs6.Wa*;
Sterling ...-• J.OO. 2.00 ; 2.(V>'. X kmi 200.00.
Sunset Monarch .-.....: 4.25 ,4.25-. 4 : 0.5 ...L-
Turner .... *.\u25a0.'... ...~. :../.'. ......"....:.,. 1.25 1.J5 l'T'v ••,-•\u25a0 .\u25a0•;.'.••'•,
United^./... ... ..... ...... ............. ........ .75 .".75;, ,\75 \:.-':^i)'l-: 412".56 : ;
. Wolverine ' V . .'.:..... .................... , • .40 , • .4,) * ; '' -; ; - ; ' > .v. >.....'-'
WK : Oil - . . - :'.' \u25a0•:y • V - .' . ...-...:.............- 2 . 25 . 2 . 00 - / 2 . 00 y'\u25a0 "'2OO \u25a0'* ': 4 50.00 > >
Storage. Certificates .;".... .v.. •;.... ; .j .M. • .35 .3G '~- '' ...'......"
:. Total .. :r.:....... . ..........::. ... ..;.?. . ..-; ..... .... . . . . ; \u25a0 .* .'•/ . "jri^corj ; 4r4 r? \u25a0"\u25a0" \u25a0 $20.01 «.oo t
! L Tahoe Ros — 105 .IS JL&P 5». 97^ — ; ,
L AElec ss. OS . — ,js F.El'Ry os — • — • •
LAPT& El 5s — 93 SF.O &" SJos. — lOU'j
! Do Cor ss. Qd% — •"-' Do 2d mg3s '•—'\u25a0. 96',is
L.A/Ry 55..105^ir,— '•'- \u25a0 Do - Con ss. — '— -
LAL gtd ss. — 100 SJ& SCR 4^s — - \u25a0 »R-> :
LAP lem Bs.lOUi — " Sierra R 65..100 r 105,
, LAP Cal-Gs.'.9oU.— -' S'P:of O 6e • - -. :?
Marin W 55.10t)% — (1912 i ... .IOIVj —
Mkt-st O 65.1025-4 '— \u25a0 SPC leg r.5.110 — i
: ' Do ; lcm ' ss: 99^100 , S P B R 65.12:.i;i2S
MV&' MtT5s. —\u25a0\u25a0 102'tjSPRR Ist Hs 96 — -
XRof G 55.110H — / Stkn \u25a0G&E'6s.lOs
X ONRy-55..101.>i103O N Ry-55..101.>i103- |SV W* g mg4s 91% ?&$
XCPCo 5s — 101 1£ IT G & E-^-s. — , 100
X C P Cn 5s --ii!* (JR of SF'4s. 67U;6S
N , El Co ,ss . — 9 2 Va , Cn v s*. pi) 14 —
• • 1 WATER' STOCKS ' \u0084
Marln Co '\u25a0-.. _ |s V Wat Co. 50^ vf'i
Pcop W pfd. 39% — . I '
GAS AND^ ELECTRIC STOCKS .
City El Co.. .'.4 — |Pac L'pfd... 7.-. —
X Cal Power — 05M "Do com -. .. 69»a'75"
Oro W, ;L&P R2H &3^[ .
1 INSURANCE STOCKS \u25a0 '
Chl Ins Co.. 75 — I pae C Cas Co. 155 175
Firemn's Fd. — .-' —. j \u25a0 . : .* '4
BANK STOCKS .
Am Ntl 8k.131 —-; 1 First- Xatn1.. 225^249%
Anglo & Lon. — 154; |Mer Xat Bk; — -r- \u25a0
Bnnk of Ca1.204 205 V> I Union T Co.. — —
Cent Trust:. l23 120 "I \ .
• SAVINGS- BANKS '
Ger S *f L.2850 2900 iMut Say Bk. — —
Hum S Bk.. — \u25a0•:. 140 ISee Say Bk.. — 330-
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS >
California: .. — — | Presidio .. 25 : 32*>i
* POWDER STIXJKS \u25a0
Dv Pont pfd S2Vi — jGiant Con .. S5 , —
Do com ..143 — ;
SUGAR STOCKS
Hawaiian C. 31i£ — Makawcli SG 38 — l
Honokaa S Cl 2 13y. Onomea S.C.— 41
Hutch SP C .15 — j "iPaauUau S C. — 20i/ s
Kilauea.S C. 12 -- Ufiilou S Co..' — 70 -
OIL STOCICS ' \u25a0 )
Amal Oil Co. — '\u0084_•• lUnlon Prov .. —
Aspo oil Co. 42 42U United Pet .'. — — ;
Palmer Oil.. 1% -~'"|W'Coast O pf — 101
Sterling Oil.. 2^l Do com '...—\u25a0 — -
Union Oil . . — -_'<•\u25a0
• MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS . "'•;
Alaska P A. S8 • S!» |Pac Aux FA — 5
Cal F C A..1031A105 IPac C 80rax.156 —
Cal Wine A. 41% — |p a c T&T pfd 94 95
MV& MtTm. — \u0084 — - " Do com ... 44V, — -
X Alas S Co. — 115 -H'hilip T & T 23% —
SALES
Morning Session -
Board-- . . \u25a0. \u25a0
' •, 15 Alaska Packers' Assn 55.25
25 Cal Fruit Canners' Assn 104.00
40 City Blectiic Co 54.00
10 California Wine Assn ..45.50
205 California Wine Assn 45:62^
100 Hawaiian Conil & Sugm- 32.50
50 Hawaiian Coml - & Sugar ."2.37!i
50 Hawaiian Coml & Sugar: 32.25
' 25 Hawaiian Coml & Sugar.:. "2. 00
K»o Pacific Tel & Tel (com 1 45.25
230 Sin ing A'alley Water Co 50. 75
$7.ofH'» Sprlug Val Wit gen ' mtge 45.. 92.0<>
$1,000 United R R % S F 4s 67.37 V.
$l.00«> United R R or S F 4s 67.25
StiWt —
$2.ooo' Cal Gas & El G M & C T^.s.. 99.00
$5,000 City Electric Co 5S5 S 90. 00
$3. (100 Hawaiian Coml & Sugar &? 101. r.0
$10,000 Spring Val Wat gen mtge 45.. 92.00
\u25a0 UNLISTED SECURITIES
Bid. Ask.) ; Bid. Ask.
West Pae 5s 9l"i 95 Ocean S Ryss. 24 H: —
R Cruz Cm 6^ Ss^ — Hono, P Co.. 39V* 41
Pae G&E ss. 0014100 Il'c-op W com 2Vi 3
Do com . . 70T^ 71i£ !C*l Wive pfd. SO —
Do pfd ... SS'* S9' I
SALES
20 Honolulu Sugar Co. 39.75
25 Honolulu Sugar Co. . ; 40.00
21<» Pacific Cas \u25a0& F.lfctric tc.oni).. 71.00
100 Pacific Gas & Electric ipfd»... SSiG2^
MINING STOCKS
Both Conistoeks ami southern Xevadas were j
dull yesterday, with no price changes worthy '
of note.
Tho Ophir extraction for the week ending Xo- ,
rember 17 was 251 cars of ore lit an • averajre j
assay value of $17.20 per ton, or a total of '~
$4.:«!\7n.
The Mexican output, last week was as ff>!- !
'lows: .2200 level. 22 mmm? cars of ore. assay- i
ing $12.70 per ton: 2300 level, east, "36 cars,
assaying $19.14: 2300 level, west. 21 cars, !
unsaying $31.80: 2400 level. 35 carp, assayiuc :
?13. On the 2500 level, in. the north lateral :
drift, the rein is 2 feet wide aiid assays $C..50 j
to $0 per 'ton. ' !?. > ,
Gei.ree Wingfleld, Sam Forman;. Lets.m Balliet
and E. J. Erickson, chief owners in the Beltnout
Extension rulne at Tonopah. which- adjoins the
Uescne-Eula on tlie east and the Halifax on the
south, have ordered work resumed on that prop- 1
erty, which lias been idle for nearly six years.
SAX FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Following wrrei the sales on the San Fran
cisco stock exchange yesterday:
COMSTOCKS
Keculnr Movnine Session .
1(10 Con Va M.... 91! 200 Ophir 1.15
300 Con • Va M.... 80 lO<l Onhir ...... .1.12'^
100 Gould fc Cur. 061 500 Sierra Nev ... 1(5
100 Mexican ..... 961 300 -Union Con ... 17
200 Mexican .951 .700 Union Con ... IS
. . . \u25a0 Informal Session ...
GOO Brtins Cbmllar. 23 100 Mexican 95
4'iO.Bruns ".Phtysi". * 2 1 1, 2fH>' Ophir ....'... .1.15
iou Challenge ' 15 i 200 'Ophir . 7. . . . 1.17 ! i
1100 Chollar • OH' 100 Sierra Xct ...:16
500 CuoMar •• "7! 200 Cnlon Con ... IS
iK»O Con Va M 91j 100 Union _Con ... . 19
200 Con -Va M... . 92| 100 Utah- 01
100 Gould & Cur. 061 100 Yellow Jacket. SO
.CLOSING QUOTATIONS .
Bid. Ask. ! Bid. Ask.
Alpha .." 02 C'iUulia Con 07 09
A)ta .- — lOj.fustice '. — 10
Amies — , \u25a0; 07,'Kc.ntiH'k Con.. — 10
BolcJicr — 55 Imif Wash .. — OS
Best & Belch.' 2"> 27 Mexican J»5 . fIC
Bruits Cbollar. ,2.*. .— JX Gould & C. .'. — •;* 11
liiiins l'oto.si.. 21 — <"-ccl(ieutnl 42
Bullion-! r Of, \u25a0 OSiophlr ...1.15 1.17
(.'..siedcniia — ' 17! Overman 2'J .-.- —
Cij.illea.se 15 16|Potosi • '— . t 4(>
Cfaoilar ...... \u25a0 Oii \u25a0 (ySlSuvase 09^10
Confidence- \u25a0\u25a0-..•-. *~ — ;50iSeg Belcher.-.:. 07 10
Con.Va M^... 91 93|Sciirpton ......' 03 (»4
Con Intt.erl.il. 02 Xr.i 3lcrr:» Xcv . . . 15 17
Crown Point.. \u25a0 4S --'— jSllver Hill ... 02 'v-
E.\cliotji;er ... 11 '. 141 Union Con ... IS" 20
Gould & Ciir. Or/. OSJUtiih ..:.. Or 105
lisle & Xorc. 17 is| Vt-llow Jnckrt. 3S 40
TOXor.MI AND GOI.DJ-'IELI) STOCKS
Ucjjului 1 . J'.oVnins - Sussion :
200 Com Fraction. 2.'{!l(Xi()Man Con 0:!
200 (Jld Con M.S.O7'/>l lUO Xcv Hills .•2.32> i <.
."iOO GM Mui-slt M OUI-1000 Ked i Top -Es. . 06
\u25a0 1111 11 form.-t I: Session <
100 BMinont 4.-ISJIOOO Old K««\ranas.., -'OS
r.OO Bolmont ... .4.47'/. j 200 MaeXnntarn ..' it
1000 Bdniont . . ./.4.5«J3C«0 MaoXamara : .. 25
100 Com Fraction. 2l| IHW .Montaua ... .1.02' m
1000- Do. s !().'.. 231/.000 Kfd. Top Ex.. MM
,100 Gld Con M.. .S.or.ICOOO Spearliead Gld, Ort
700 Gld Con M. . .S.IOJ 100 Tou Exten . . .1.05
CLOSING QUOTATIONS ;
C.VLIKOKNIA
; Bi<l.A*lc.| . -• - BId.AsU.
: Argonaut .'. . .1.00 — |Cent Em-oka... •\u25a0. — .1.20
Bunker Hill.. — S.OOISa Eureka ;M.' — 6.00
SUMMARY OF
THE MARKETS
Wall fttre^t ntocks abont the name.
Cotton quotations tthow ' little
~ > change, i ';,-,;\u25a0--.". v." \u25a0>".-'? \u25a0 ; ' '
\u25a0liOcal-'fitockfi well- Trell; -' ' .- •"
iOll nn.l mluinu stocks, dull.
• Local 'bank S clear! nj;s j cal n S. 1 per
."\u25a0-'.\u25a0 cent.;-. \u25a0''"•..-•":.-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;- -- . ."\u25a0'.-.. #•\u25a0
Silver a fraction hisfaer. •
Best milHnijr wheat still higher.
Barley easy. -Oats 'active.
Bayuaod pink "beans' firm.
Hay conditions, unchansetl.
.Small primes now unobtainable.
Live., dressed and, cured meats ou
chanj;ed. , '/-.; -.\u25a0'?. .-".•.•\u25a0\u25a0
E^srs lower," butter steady and
\u25a0 cheese higher. " •.
-PotatoeM and onions unchanged.
Fresh -. fruits . more : active. \u25a0 \u25a0
Poultry shows -little • change.
Coal oil market down lc per. gal
lon.-. ;- \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 - - - .--\u25a0
; "NEVADA - . . j
' Twunpaii District
\u25a0.-\u25a0•'\u25a0' Bid.Asb.) :.".- ' ' Bld.Ask. '\u25a0
Belnvmt .:.. .4.47 4.50 Nortb Star ... 05 06
Jinx Butler ..20 30 Rescue Eula .. 11' 12
MacXatnara ".. 2o \u25a0 2C> Ton Erten. ...1.05 1.10
Midway, ..... IS . l*o|Ton of Xev. ..5.25 5.50
Mizpah. Ex.,.. •" — 33iWesf*End •..-. 52 55
Montana 1.00 l:05| . -
Goldfield District
Adams ...... 01 02|Gld - Kewanaa.. OS 03
Atlanta ...... •13 • 141GU1: Merger M. 00 10
Blue Bell ... 02 03|Grandma 02 03
Blue Bull. .... <>\u25a0'» o*s Great Bend .. 02 03
Booth ... OS 10 Grt Bend Am. — 01
OOD — 13 Grt Bend Bs. — 01
Columhla Mt.. 03 04|Jumbo Ex ... 22 24
Com Fraction. 23 24lLoue Star .... 03 04;
Conqueror ...'. 01. 02 Oro 05 07
Cracker ' Jack. 01 02 Bed Hills 03 04
Dradfld Trnsl. — 01 Red 't Top Ex.. 06 07
Florence .... .1.77 1. SO Silver Pick .. 07 00
Frances Mhk. jOl —Stives 14 —
Gold Bar Gld — 10 Wonder ...... — 01
Gld Con -M... 8. 07 8.10 Yellow Tizer.. 04 00
Gld Portland. 01 02i . --V .'\u25a0•"\u25a0-
Bullfrog District **
Amethyst .... — - \u25a0 OllMont Bullfrog. — ' 01
Bonnie Clare.. — :'os|Montßomy Mt. —-.01
Blfrjj Xat Bk .'Ol 02! Tramp Con ..02 03
Ilomestake X.' — 01 Valley View... — 02
Mayflower Con 04 — " i
Manhattan District
Little Grey .. 06 — Mustanj; Man.. 01 02:
Man Con .02 03 Pine Xut .... — 01
Man Dexter... 05 — Stray^ Dog ... 02 —
Mineral , Hill.. — Ol|Thanksglvlne.. 04 —
' v Other Districts ..
Eagle's Xest.. 03 04!Pltts R Peak.. 57 — '
Falrvw G Bid 03 05lRamsey — 02
Fairvw Easle. — 451 Haw Coalition. 04 05
Falrvw 'Hallst 02 03 Round Mt .... 4»> 47
Jack Pot 02 — iTecopa Coa ..30 34
Xcv Hills ...2.30 2.32f ,
As.tcsnmcnt Directory Comstock Mine*
Company — Xo. Del. Board Sale day Amt.
Central Eureka. 26 Oct. 23 t Nov. 26 .04
Gould & Curry 18 Nov. 2 Dec. 27 .10
Chollar .14 -Dec. 5' Dec. 30 .10
Calcdoula . S3 Dec. 9 Dec.. 30 .10
Yellow Jacket.. — ' Dec. 17 '.15
Union .\u25a0....'..: 24 Dec. IS Dec. 13 .10
-*\u25a0- : *.
OIL STOCKS
Only three stocks sold on the oil ""exchange
yesterday. Premier led with an advance from
Ssc to !>lc, while - Maricopa 30 sold down to
$i!.42»4. ' - ; :..
SAX IfRAXCISCO STOCK EXCHAXGE
Bid. Ask.l Bid. Ask.
Alma — 1.00' Nev County. 10 —
Apollo (17 10 Xcv Midway 17 —
Asso Oil ..42.00 42.50 Xew ;Pa Pet 55 56
Blue Moon.. — 10, Occidental .. 15 —
Brookshire.. ,1.27 l.SOlPac S Pet.. 32- —
Car Seabrd." — 30 Parafflne ... — 80
Cariboo .... 1.40, 1: 45 Palmer .. 1.37 1.42
* hiromont. . 1.45 1.47 Peerless .... — 4.50
Coalinga C. — 40|Piedmont ... 10 15
Conl Mohwk 1.30 — jpinal s. in 6.25
Cobl Xatnl. 11 12IPremIer. 00 —
Con Midway 20 21tRecord — 5.00
Dh Luxe \u00841.20 —Republic ... 50 51
Dominion .. 75 90 Sacramento.. 1.00 —
Empire — 2.75 S F & McK.15.00 —
Eiifis ....... 75 02|Sauer Dough — '1.95
Four ...... -I—' 14|Section 25 ..24.50 30.00
Fulton ' — I.so[SPsnon I S.OO
Gypsy — MUSllTer Tip... 1.35 1.00
111 Crude... 35 — S W & 8... 40 45
Junction ... — 39iSterling .... 2.00 2.25
Korn Kiver; — S.OO'Superior — *15
Maricopa. N. 24 25! Turner ..... 1.15 1.25
Maricopa 36 2.42 — IWolverlne \u25a0.. 40 ; —
McKlttrick.. 15 . 20' W X O HCo 2.00 2.25
Monte Crist 2.57 — (Storage ctfs. 36 3S
SALES
."''' 11:30 a. in.'—
U IOO Con Midway, s 10...... 20
ll«> Maricopa 30 2.45
>. 100 Maricopa 36 -. 2.42Va
t 100 Prnmler^is .' i9l
700 Premlf f*.-. .90
I,OS AXGELES OIL EXCHANGE
[Special Dispatch to The Call] . .
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 19.— The oil stock ex!
change was dull today, little business being
transacted at the single call. Union oil was
firm and Mexican common was strung. Palmer
; oil showed considerable strength on reports
jof a - larger ,dividend. Cleveland and Consol
idated Midway were steady. The call:
Producers. - Bid. Ask.
Amalgamated- Oil ....20.00 — .
American Crude Oil C 0....' .«O /
Ametfcan. Pet;. Co. (pfd.).. — 05.00
American Pet. Co. (coin.)... lU.no
Associated Oil- 41. S7*w, 42.25
Bn.ok>lilre Oil I —. 1.25.
California* Midway Oil C 0..- .31 .63
CentrHl 1.53 —
Cleveland oil Co. 9.75 10.00
Coallnga Oil Co .75 |
Columbia 1.00 1.19
.Consolidated Midway Oil Co. •22'^ — • .
i Continental Oil — .35'
- Enos Oil Co. .65 —
KiiclKi 1 - Oil Co .: — .65
jFultertinii oil 5.00
! (Jlobe '• ; — .15
.larlj. Oil Co. .35 .37 |
Mexican Pet. Ltd. (pfd.)... 71.75 —
Mexican Pet. CO. (c0m.)... 37.50 37.62^
Mascot Oil Co." 1.65 3.05
New -Pennsylvania Pet. C 0... .52 .75
Olinda' Land Co. (0i1)1..... .51 .00
Palmer Oil- Co. .' 1.35^ M.40
t'crs^us Oil ("o. .20Vi
Pln:il Oil Co. .......'...... — 10.C>0
, Plru Oil •-& Uiud Co .50- .CO
Traders Oil Co.. •.......'.. — 10.00
Union '.'.............' ..101.75. 102. rt) '<
United Provident Co. .. 100. 0(> 100.50
l.'niteil Oil Co.* .75»i , \u25a0 —St \u25a0" \u25a0
Western Union .......: — 100.00
Yellowstone Oil Co. ........ — >: V .50
• Nonpi'odHeers— . \u25a0 ,
Oleum Development C 0. ''..;.. — .03
. SALES
\u2666 Morning Sesslori
1.000 Clcvelaud Oil ....r... .......... 9.25
1,000 Cleveland Oil !>.50 .*!
7,000 Cleveland OH !>.75
;:.000 Cleveland Oil 10.00
, 1.000 Consolidated Midway .-. .22^
2.000* "CoTisolldatcd" Midway "... 22*4
' 2.1K10 Palmer Oil -Co. -\u25a0..'.: 1,37&
-20 Mexican Pet. Ltd. (com.) ..'37.75
10 Mexican Pet. Ltd. (c0m.)... 37.62*4
, r .O Mexican Pet. 'Ltd. (c0in.). ...... 37. Dn
V7i2. Union Prov. Co.. ......100.00
It) Union 101.75
" 1.000 Oleum ? Development: Co. .02? i :
' 1.000 Oleum Development : Co. • -pUJs
GRAIN MARKET
AA'heat an<l Other Grains
Wheat — The' world's 'shipments for the week
; were as follows, in quarters: "Russian. 753.000;
. Dnntibian.: .238.000; Arfrentlne, ; 70,000; Indian,
147.01K) Australian. 00.000. < . \u0084
.The raatket rules arm. in.pympathy with very
Ptrontr markets up nortb.-The best milling grades
are bleber, but the milling grades show no change.
" ~ ''C\i*H V \VHEAX - : \u25a0-'\u25a0'
. California club. [email protected];: Sonora. $I.62'^@
I.CjIY-: white Australian, [email protected] 55; northern
club. *$1.47Jf.«l. 50;. Russian red, [email protected]%;
bluestem, 51.52^^!1.55. - .
FUTURES i
-..^y : - , 10 a..m. Session \
quotations. . .' •
Barlej — December was lower. The cash grain
was uot materially lower,- hut .the market was
easy and quieter.
, : (3ASH BARLEY . -
Xo.' 1 feed. fliiV.om; choice, $1.03?;: off.
grades. Ooiaass^c per ctl;. brewing and shipping
grades. $1.u5<t{1.07«4. - \u25a0 . ; :
.s, \u0084;.*.;_.. .r... futures
' . •10 a. ra. Session *", ;
. Mar— Xo sales:- sl.ofl asked. • ,
•\u25a0 ' Open. High. T.ow. CV>co.
December . . . . fl. W, ;."• .< 1 . <"« i-i :$ t .03 ; $1 . 0" >*
Oats— Are selling, well at. the,, comparatlrely
\u25a0 low prices. Prices are unchanged.. -- . .- -\u25a0\u25a0 -
. . Redfor feed, $1.17^^1:22^ for. ordinary and
- $1.25 for : choice: red for : : seed,' . [email protected]:
blHck.' $1:C7i,[email protected] for feed and $1.30(ai.45
for seed: gray, nominal: white, $1.45Q1. 55. . -.
.! Corn— Egyptian descriptions showsome change.
Other kinds stand the : pame. v . .; . _<\u25a0
.Western -states yellow, in bulk. San FrancNco
track.' sl.33: whlte.;sl.3s: : mixed. 'sl.32: sacked
prices JiieTiisher:. whltejEgyptian. [email protected];
. brown do.- [email protected]% per : ctl. \u25a0»
y. .--'•_; '*; \u25a0 \u25a0 Forelsr'n Futures
\ Wheat— | \t ;y:;v\ . \u25a0 hie. Mar.. May
Opening* .......:..".........- t_ '\u25a0 ;-i_ 2 [-2U
Closln«, \u25a0.'..\u25a0.\u25a0...."...\u25a0....\u25a0.•' ..t. 7; 7:2, "_7 2ii
' r \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0', \u25a0• - >;\u25a0/ '. PAKIS-- - - - -....-\u25a0
Wheat—' ' v ' -Xor? Mar.-June
' -Opening : ;...\u25a0..*..;...•...";... 27.05 '\u25a0 27.80
Closing- *.... .....27. 50 - 27.50 :
r ' "":-., Floiir— -•- • '\u25a0 *•. ; ' \u25a0
Opening : . : . . .'. .* . - . ... . .'. . .";.' RSiSO \u25a0 n 37:10 a
Closing- .'...........• ". ::.;35.05*. 37.10 -
CHICAGO BOARD OF_ TRADE V
'./\u25a0FutiiriciGrnln^nnd iProvlslonn "'?:
'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 CHlCAGO. ?Not>; lf».— Purchases'on'the'Jpart of
several -. localfsbecnlators Jifted* wheat ;to- «: firm
' f](»je to'lay.''^'h f d.% c'-higlien than' ye^terrlay. \u25a0 Bull
isli -. crop 'news 3 - Argentlua- was \u25a0 a ; factor.' \u25a0
" .' \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0"'. \u25a0' j *-. . '~ ' V",* ' \u0084"\u25a0 ' \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0- \u25a0 \u25a0 ."*.*.\u25a0 '\u25a0
Coal Oiltjubtations Marked Down
Egg Market Lower-Butter Steady
Corn made a net gain of l-I«<SJHe. "«ats finished [
unchanged to *%c : lower, ajid provisions at 5c |
decline to 7%c advance.. . . .
•There was a treat' deal ofcoverlne by shorts I
and also much ' new investment credited to
leading operators.. The. December delivery was
in better demand by elevator people " and at
a narrow difference.. Cash wheat, too. developed
Improvement. Shipments from here were- re
ported as the largest In- some- time. Alto
gether the market appeared about as strour
todsy as It was. weak yesterday.
The only exception came during a brief period
ear^y. when profit taking temporarily nullified
tho upward tendency of quotations.. May ranged
from 057^960 to »6ftc' and closed «»c "net
higher at 9Csic.
• Com was weak until in the last. hour, when
the market rallied with: wheat- May fluctuated
frotn lO^c to 46%'g46TjiC. cloginsc* steady at
46'4c. a net jain nf a shade. Cash corn was
weak. Xo. 2 yellow finished at 52'g52%c.
Oats followed the "changes in corn. May s<jld
between 3394 .and 33^c. ..with last transactions
ot-the last named figures, precisely the same as
24 honre before.
-Tacre was a late.; rally in -hog prodncts. The
end of the day left pork 5157%e5 l S7%e more expensive,
lard . 2 %c higher- to 20c down and ribs at an
advance of 2ii*ssc.'.
("hlciico Grain and Provision . Futures
(Furnished' by E. - F. Hattoa & Co., 490 California street.)
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Option. Open. High. r.w. Close. Xot. IS. T»at Ago.
December 50.90U $0.» l $0.90« ii $o.o<vn ?°-5^
May ; .96>i .96? i .9.>% .Wi -^S
JUIy CORX-l" "• - 33 - 93U • 9 - 1 * * 951 * '
M^ mbM :.:::*::::: :tS Mi :M: M :%$ M "•«§
July oAT^ \u25a0«* \u25a0 -™ -^ .-«* - - 4^ '• Z
December ._ 30<^ .30% .SfttJ .SOS • SA .*« "'l?..
May ......7. 33Ti M% 33»* , IB? -55% . ?*£g
July * .33?; .S3T» .33% .33T« .S3T» -WM,
PORK— _. „
January 17.22% 17.32' i v . 17.22U 17.32 ii JJ-S tt - ?2S» r -
May 16.20 18. SO 1«>.20 1«.27^ 3 18.22^ 19.90
LARD— , «- «,
Xovember 10.60 10. 60 10.45 lrt.PO 10. 70 \u0084H,.
January 9.95 10.024 3.»2 l i ».©7»i 10.00 11 .fl2j ?
May 9.55 9.60 9.62 1 * 9.57% 9-55 11.t.%
* SHORT RIBS— " . £*»,/
January ............ 9.12% 9.20 0.10 9.17% 9.12% !£S2
May ....^. ........ S.SS g.t>2% -5.82% H. 90 8.57% 10.43%
Cash Grain and Provisions
CHICAGO. Not. 19.— Flour— Steady: winter
patents, [email protected]: straight^ $3. 75 <34. SO;
spring patents. ?4.25(5,4.45; straights. $3.50«ri
4.70; bakers'. [email protected] Xo. 2 rye. [email protected]'ic:
feed or mixing barley. [email protected]; fair to choice
malting. [email protected]; flaxseed. Xo. 1 Southwestern.
$2.54; Xo. 1 Northwestern, $2.60: timothy se«d.
$9.60; clover, $14.30; mess pork, per barrel.
[email protected],73; lard, per 100 pounds. $10.50;
short ribs, loose, [email protected]
GRAIN STATISTICS
Total clearances of wheat and flour were eqnal
to 270,000 bushels. Primary receipts were ?2«>.
000 bushels, compared with 870,000 bushels the
corresponding day a \u25a0 year ago. Estimated re
ceipts for- Monday: Wheat. 29 cars: corn, 231
cars; oats. 130 cars: hogs. 30.000 bead.
DAILY MOVEMENT OF PRODUCE i
Articles. Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels '..... 20.000 3O.itf)ft
Wheat, bushels 27.600 2«3.50n
Corn, bushels .-...326.500 22S>.£00|
Oats, bushels 232.200 420. »Wi
Rye. bhshels 2.000
Barley, bushel? 70.500 14.200
CHICAGO, Xov. 19.— Wheat— E. F. Hutton &
Co.'s wire Kays: The market has been about a* j
strong today as it was weak yesterday. Argcn- j
tine crop news, has been a factor. There, is a
curious discrepancy in the new*. That coming
direct from Buenns Aires tells of losses to th» i
crop In southern Buenos Aires province from h«t ;
winds, while Broomhall's Buenos Aires ngent
cables Liverpool that the jnarket at Bnenos
Aires closed higher on fears 'of a fr^st. Tcere
has been . a great deal of covering of short
wheat here by the sellers of yesterday. «nd also
a great deal of buying by the larger local spec
ulators. There has also been a better demand
for December wheat from el*»vatr»r people. w',io
appear disposed to change at a narrowing differ
ence today. There has been a little Improve
ment here in demand for cash wheat. A local
cash wheat man also sold out two cargoes of
Manitoba wheat bought some time since nt lower
prices. European markets are generally lower.
Liverpool is an exception, averaging t« clo^e
steady. Xorthwest markets were weak early,
ranging .higher later. L«>cal cash sales were
32.000 bushels Xo. 2 red winter.
Corn — The market has ranged from- yester
day's closing prices downward by about 3&Q%e
early, recovering with wheat later, but making
DO noteworthy gain. Receivers say that the .
movement of new corn. now from a greater part!
of this state will only r be limited by the car
f-upply available. One road sent, out notices ad
vising immediate shipments while it has car-*
available and the weather is good. Cash demand
has been slack. Sales were 00.000* bushels. The
week's receipts here were a trifle less thaa the
shipumts.
Oats — Have followed the changes In corn, be
ing helped to* a recovery later by the gains in
wheat. Trade was not large. The week's re
ceipts were a littlf larger than the shipments.
Shipping sales were 155,000 bushels. ' t
»ft York Grain Market
XEW TORK. Xov. 10. — Flour— Dull nud barely
steady; sprinx patents. *[email protected]; "winter
straights. $4.10^:4.25: winter pan-nts. $4.25<a
4.75: sprlug clears winter extras.
No. 1, $3.40ig3.70: winter "extras No. 2. $3.25'^
3.40: Kansas straights, f 4.60(&.4.75. Receipts,
36.310; shipments. l^.K*?!*.
Wheat — Spot, firm. No. 2 red, 9fi T iie eleTator
and 05 T #c f. o. b. afloat; Xo. 1 northern Duluth,
$l.ltJ^i f. o. b. afloat.
Futures market was quiet, bnt prices were
steady on covering on the cables and reports of
continued dry weather In southern Argentina,
closing net higher. December closed at
P6!i((if>7 7-16e: May closed at ?1.03H: W?
closed at ?Loo'4. Receipts, 107,600; shipments.
3,600.
Northern Wheat Market
WASHINGTON"
TACOMA. Nov. 10.— Wheat— Slilling: Bine
stem, Sle; club, 79c; red Russian. 77c. Export:
Bluestem. Sic: forty-Jold. 7f>c: club, 7Sc; red
Russian. 76c. Car receipts: Wheat, 31; hay. S;
barley and corn. 1 each.
SEATTLE. Xov. "IS.— Wheat— Milling: Blue
stem. X.c: forty-fold. Sic; club. 80cJ Ufe. SOc:
red Kiis^ian. 7Sc. Export: Bluestem. SOc; forty
fold. 7Se; club. 77c: tife.' 77c: red Russian. 75c.
Yesterday's car receipts: Wheat, : 12; oata, 3;
corn, 1;. barley, 5;: liay. 16. ..
OREGON*
POUTLAXD, Xov. 10. — Wheat— Track prices:
Club. 77ra.7Sc: bluestem. SOffgSlc: red Russiaq.
75c: valley, SOc: forty-fold. 7S*g7l»c. Car receipts:
Wheat. 55; barley, S; hay, 11.
3linncapoli<« and Dululh Grain and Flax
MIXXEAPOLIS. Xot. 19.— Close: December.
?1.02*n(§:1.02V-: May. $1.06*;-. Xo. 1 hard.
$1.06 Vi: Xo. 1 northern. $1.<»49i(&1.05%: X<>.
2 northern, $1.01 ©1.03%: Xo. 3 wheat. 99%c58
$1.02%:
Corn— Xo. " yellow. [email protected]
OaLs— Xo. 3 white. [email protected]
Bye— Xo. 2. 73'^c.
Flax— Close.l at $2.60.
DULPTH. Xov. 19.— Flax— On track. $2.65: to
arrive. $2.60: Xovember. $2.C5; December. $2.60;
May. $2.52 asked.
LOCAL AURKETS |
Receipts of Produce Xovember 10
Flour, qr sks:... 4.Bs4lAlfalfa meal. sks. " SfV)
Wheat ctls .... s.27o'Calfalfa meal, sks 3M>
Barley, ctls ....66.19l!l^atber, rolls ... 3V»
Oats." ctls . . 380, Tallow. ctls 440
Beaus. sks -2.762 i Hides, Xo 0".
Corn, ctls .....:' 600! Pelts. Xo ... 5.930
Bran, sks .. 15 Ume. bblv 1.675
Middlings, sks .. 23 Sugar, ctls s,eiV>
Potatoes, sks ... 4.765 Wine, gals Sft.oon
Onions, . sks ..... 115 Brandy. . gals 2.»>00
' Hay. tons 260 Walnuts, sks-.... 230
'Hops, bales .... .152 Livestock. Xo ... 10«>
\u25a0 Wool, sks 90 Raisins, bvs 14..*>00
Malt. 5k5.;..... 500 P» per. bd!» l.Pfi.%
Crushed oats, sks 100 Apples, bxs 4,1H.>0 !
Corn meal, sk.«. 600! Lumber. M ft 4i> ;
WASHINGTON i
Flour, qr'sks 4.J-Rol Feed, sks ....... -.400
w'este'rx states
Corn, ctls 600! Corn raeai. sk*.. 600
Provlalons
Cottolene— l half bbl. HT-ic: 3 half bbls.lia;c;
1 tierce. 11 %c; 2 tierces, llijc; 5 tierces, ll'ic
per lb. . ~ .'\u25a0\u25a0-,'-.
• Hams and Bacon^— Hams, ISiSW'': -picnic
hams,- 14c; California ham^ ISc; fanpy. bacon.
6 to 8 lbs [email protected] Bto 10 lbs [email protected] 10 to
12 Ibs [email protected]; 6Ugar cured, 2>i<fs27c; Hsht dry
salt bacon. 8 to 10 lbs - 23f£24c. ' 10 to 12 lt»
21<g22cr medlnm bacon. [email protected]; Hgbt medium
bacon, [email protected]
Lard— Tierce3, 15c: 50s 15 lie. 10s 1574 ess
15 T^c. 3s \u25a0 16c; compound, lard, tierce. HHc.'
50s liy^C. 10s 12c. 5s 12 He So 12 He; yellow
cooking "oil. 72c per gal; white cook in? oil, 74c
per sal : salad oil. 75c per | jral. -
. ' Beef — Local prices are quoted.' Export lots.' In
spected by" tha government, are $1 per bbl hi goer.
Extra family beef. $18 per bbl; familr beef. SIS
per bbl: extra mesa. beef. <18 per bbl;. smoked
beef. 21 %c; per lb. - \u25a0. , . , . .
i. -Pork — Extra prime.. In barrels. $32: clear. $34;
mess, $32;- plg'Pvrk; $36;- pUra* feet, $5.75 for
halfbbls, $2.40 for 351b kegs and $1.35 for klts^
* Meat . Market
DRESSED MEATS
; Slaughterers' rates to dealers and butchers ar«
as - (rti'ows: ! .? - . . ,^
..J.Beef—S?i(3J>c per ib' for steers, TUSSVic for
cows and nelf ers. ., . ' ..:-.:-\u25a0. . . - : ,
•-vV;»al — S^&fcfie for, large and 9»/i<Q!lO*3C for
small. \u25a0' '- j ' \u25a0 "- . ; - :' » •—.-\u25a0\u25a0•
v .'Mutton— Wetberv SQIQc: ewes.'[email protected] per lb.
T;Lamb— [email protected]*6c Perlb. :\u25a0,- -.-.'• ,
.-/* Dressed- Pork. (per lb)— l3 He for lljht and 12
® 12 * C fOr - h L ?VESTOCK MARKET-^ _
" The following quotations arejor swjd. »o«nd
livestock, delivered in San *rancl3eo. grow
W Xo ht Y fat steers, over 900 lb*. allTe^. 5%c
Der lb- under 9*X> 16». S^c: second quallC
all weigbtsfi'^Sci thin.' undesirable steers.
SSSfel? cow, and heifers.^ 4%c:*^nd
quality. 4«4»4c: common, tola, uadeslraaie
"Dei^abl?^ and .**». ' S%«3c; naif fat
o VaW n es-UslTtfe 2 l^r. J ,er Ib. \u25a0 *&** O^m.
SSeS^iC; heavy. [email protected]
Sheep— Desirable wetners 4%c; ewes *J4e.
I^mbs (per lb>— Unshorn -lambs. t *®W c -
Ho s s-Hard grain fed. w«»WnS W» «> «O lb».
S%@*3;c: 130 to 200 lbs. S*[email protected]: 2CO to 3CO lbs.
$%c.per lb. -.
Horses and Mule*
The following -quotations for hor»e« and n»ol«a
\u25a0re furnished by the Butchers' and Stock Grow
erV Journa,: . HORSES
Desirable drafters. 1.700 lb» and 0ver.. *275®300
Light drafters. I.KM to 1.650 lb» 225(^275
Chunks, 1.350 to 1.500 lbs
Wagon horses. 1.250 to 1.550 1b5...... 145<©200
Delivery wagon horses. 1.080 to 1.250-. [email protected]
Desirable farm mares [email protected]
Farm workers TSfglOO
, r MULES. MEDIUM TO EXTRA
900 lbs. 4 to T years $1259150
1.000 lbs, 4 to 7 years 150 #H?
1,100 lbs, 4 to 7 years 200(3225
1,200 lbs. 4 to 7 years 230®300
Over 7 years old range from $15 to $25 lower.
Note — Snippers to this market must haT«
horses close to type, with. age. bon» conformation
and style, to command extreme quotations.
Butter. Cheese and Ess»
Business on th» exchanja caused a decline
of lc a dozen in fr««b extra eggs yeateMay. th»
pri^e dropping tn 54»ic on sales at that flgnr*.
The trading under the call was unusually brl.«tc
for thia time of the year, 240 cases, or mm*
than one-third (*f tU» receipts, changing hands.
Bavfrs outnumbered sellers, but the latter were
!arg<» receivers and seemed anxious to unload
their holdings. Butter was bare!.? steady at
the old quotations, with bitdness merely fair.
In the cheese department fancy new fiat* were
He higher at I7i- a pound.
Sales on the exchange were as follows:
Butter — I'> cases of fresh extras at 35c and
10 cases and V> cubes at S^^v* a pound.
Kggs — 1."» cases of fresh extras at 5.V, 70 at
54^ and 125 at 54i 2 c a dozen.
Cheese — 100 new California fancy flats at 17c.
25 fancy storage flats at l f >o and 25 at 13c a
pound.
Hf-f-eipts were 17.<V>n pounds of butter. 24.000
pounds of cheese and 61^ cases of egrs.
The following are the official quotations estab
lished on the floor of the dairy exchange. Prices
In the street, while governed by the exchange
quotations, generally range from l^c to 2c
higher, owing to the various charges to be
added:
BUTTER PER POUND
Grades — N..v. I*s Nov. 17 >'\u25a0\u25bc. 18 Xot. ir>
Fresh e\tra?. . .:%5c 35c 35"-jc ".Voir
Uirsts :..*S:u? 33c 33e 33c*
Seconds 2f*c 2O«~ 2TV 2JV-
Extra storage, .rrni-jc 30;. J '« 3<H 2 c SO%C
*'hoe«e — 4'a!ifornia fancy "ftits. l^c per lb,
firm; do fir*ts-. 15<-. firm: do seconds. 13c.
firm: fancy Y'>nnc Americas. ISc. steady: do
firsts. 16M:c. steady: Oregon flats. ltfMjC. firm;
Wisconsin daUies. 18c. steady; California stor
age flats, steady at 15c for fancy aad 144ae for
firsts; storage Young Americas, 16c. steady; Ore
gon storage flats. lS^aC firm; do Tonns Aznerl
cas. I6V3C, firm; eastern storage. [email protected]
steady.
Eggs — California fresh, per dozen, ctses In
cluded:
t;rnd»s— Nor. H for. 17 X«t. 18 Xot. If)
Estras SSe 55V\ C 55^c 54*-iT
Firsts s::c 53c" 53i- 3?,f
Seconds ;t(V 3.1 c nr?c
Storage estras. StCc 31% c 3Hie 31U?
Port In ml Batter Market
PORTLAND. NV-v. 10.— Butter— Ciry creamery
cubes, 35<ij3t>e: prints. [email protected]'ic; stir?. 23?324c.
Erb Market in Nearby Counties
[Spec/a/ Dispatch to The Call]
PETALUMA. Not. 19.— Tb<» weeS closed with
e?gs quoted at on» ce.nf l^wer thsn th<» day
previous. After receipt of the transaction* from
the San. Francisco dairy exchange, the Petatuma
egs exchange offered 5314 cents for first crade.
Receipts were reported average and the qualtry
good. Independent dealer* and speculators paid
52* i cents to 42 cents according to crade. Th*r«»
ts a ki-en demand for first grade, eggs and eas^
of best quality f"r hatching purposes, many
hatcheries offering better than thf market price*.
Eggs -from the young poultry are- beginning ti»
grade 'better and when green feed bei-omea m«r»
plentiful will rank among the highest quality.
Poultry Is lit rood demand and turkey* have
reached th« highest price for years.
SANTA CRUZ. ,Xov. ID.— The market quota
tions on eggs tor the week end with prie<?<
about th«» same that has prevailed for the last
few weeks. The tiest price obtainable by pcml
trymen today was 53 -cents, but this was rar».
the popular price being from, 50- cents to 42
cents per dozen. The most firm retail price wm
55 c«mts per dozen. •
SAX.TA KOSA. Xer. 13.— There was a drop
of 1 cent per dozen in the prHce of eggs on th»
-local \u25a0 market today on . receipt of • advlt-es from
the morning transactions on the San Francisco>
dairy prodnco market. The local dealers ar»
oflfering 52Vjc spot cash per dozen today fur
choice ranch ejrjfa and 45c for seconds. Th<» c
prcdm-tion remains light, with small egg 3 pre
dominating owing to the large number of po!VtV
eg?-» aad the lack of green feed for the older
! lien?.
Potatoes. Onion* and Vegetable*
Kverything on the list of miscellaneous Tejr»
tahlfji met with a good demand yesterday and
prices for the leading descriptions wew well
maintained. Light arrivals of tomatoes, to
gether with active buying for Sunday want?. \u25a0*
«enj prices ui> ' sharply. Yeas, .striae bean*,
summer *uua?n and encumbers wer» all firm.
- Potatoes and oni-m? stood as befom quoted.
Potatoes — River whites. OoCuSl.to per.ctl: Sa
linas Burbanks. $1.50®!. 75 per ctl; Orejron Bur
bank?. $1.4U<31.45 per ctl; sweet . potatoes, $3
per ctl.
Onions — New yellow. 90c<g$1.10.
V'gptahle* — Tomatoes. 4Cn6,750 per box: cre»n
peas. 4 ( J£7c per lb; strinsr beans. 6489 c per lb:
lima beans. 4'it.V* per lb: summer. sqcash.Jl. 2s
(g.1.75 per l«>.\: eszplanr. CfVgHoc per box: green
pepper*. ~K}3oe per box; jtarllc. [email protected] per lb: .
••Hbtiaso. R<">@t>sc per ctl; cucumbers. [email protected] per
box; cauliflower, -40 Q5t.>c per dozes; turnips. 65<Si
7."» c ncr sack: carrots. [email protected] per sack; celery.
2jS«oc per dozen: green okra. 50Q75c per boa.
Deciduous aad Citrus Fruit*
Fstra burin?. for Sunday waots and the fill
in? of (inlers for shipment »n outjoinc wtwttn
ers enlivened th"- fruit market yesterday, but
tU* increased trad ins did nut brine about any
great Improvement in value*. Strawberries and
ra*pl>«-rries srttd a little hisrher In. a peddling
, way aad de>lraMo Int* of crated. srr»pe» brought
n alight advance, while on-hard fraUs remained
weak at the old quotation*. Navel oransjea *n|ii
oft* .well enough, but other . citfo* fxults were
quiet.
. ; Strawberries — StifZ'i per chest.
<'\u0084tnberrie»--Car'«' Cod. ?7.~Q<§'3 per bbl for
carl;.- Mack. and ?li"fill for late Howes.
Apples (per bo.x> — fancy 4 tier red. [email protected]:
do 4V, tier. \u25a0 «55'gS5c" Newtown pippins.. 9rtcigj
$l.jr»; Pelle'Sower. [email protected]; choice fruit. ZJ%*XSc.
Christmas apple*. %z per box. -
Tears — Winter Nellis. [email protected] per box: cookla?
varieties. Stfc'ft tl per box.
\u25a0Quinces — ?1 ft 1.50 per box.
V Izs — Sfleift $ I per box. .
Persimmon*— oO^'Dc per box.
* Pcme^ranates— Cu.ss7sc for sniajl aad $1 £!.."\u25a0">
for large boxe«. > ,
\u2666irapes — Cm**. $l^jt.2s*for Isabollaii. 85^75c
f^r finren and TiOtt ?,"»«.% for other Tarietie<: : small
bones. 30«i40c; larae boxes, muscat. [email protected]:
r»kar. 73*<$l: 'black. 6iK375c; coruicnon, TScffl
?l:.Terdrl. 7.Vf?|l.
Cltru9 Fruits \ per box) — VaT*l oranges, $1.73
<ft2.2Z for .-hoire and - $2.50<82.75 for extra
choice: 'tangerines. \u25a0$t.5Q'J£2.25 per box; grap»
frßtt. J.TS-'i.oO for seedless and [email protected] for com
mon: "lemons. s.Yo'Xi.t; for fancy. S4'a.3 for choice
*o4 $2.00^3.30 for standard: Mexican limes. [email protected]
5,50.* . . . . * \u25a0
Tropical Fnths— Ban.in.n. $1*31.30 a bane!*
for-tlawallan. and Mexican, $2.3©@3.30 for Cen
tral Americas; ..pineapples, S-'q.'J per dozen. i
Dried Kraltn. Ral*lns, >uts and Honey
i .Xetr.Tnrk mail'report* ?ay of «b» pntrte ma
ket there: ~'t>n the .spot bore California . prUTi«*
are? in smaller- Mock than ,tv>r marry .roars na.«t
«t,tn!« reason. The- sizps most' wanted— that U
f:>s iHhf >maller-!.e«ta -to tw> , almost nnobtsH!
able, and there ar» none of- the** to N» had for

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