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COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL NEWS REPORTED FOR THE CALL
U.S. CROP REPORT
CONFIRMS OUTLOOK
Statement Is Factor in Market
Recovery in Latter Part
of Day
Steel Declines Over One and a
Half Points, With Similar
Loss for Copper
New York Stock List | |
E. F Hutton A Co., 4!tn California street. {
members ot the New York Stork exchange, fur-j
nieh the following li*t of l«<:id ami stuck sales«
yesf-nlay: __________
Salps STOCKS Huh low j Hid Ask ;
AlliK Chalmers .. . ;1 *H
..... I),, pfd '•' 1"
311.300 Amalg Copier. . . . - ■ , -•
Imet Beel - - ,s "2™
"" i»M- ~ S Si
Amor Can Co 4-i 41-n 4. , - ;
l>.. |iM 1-T : s 127% 122 l"i.»
700 Amer Car k Fdrj 60% 58% 'i' ,, * <>"%
Do P M. Hβ t»»
\nur Cottoa Oil. "'•"• M i •' 4 % £•
l>o pfd ! Uβ 198 , OT%J Wj
> :>i.t Hide & L.. 0 • •'■•• '' * I
1 • , pfd . 2H ; 30
ma Ip .-•• • ■ J2 ' *'.',*
\nv-r Linseed , : li« 15* W "•'*
Di pfd ! Sβ **
\ni.-r I. motive. 4.-.> 3 44% 44',. 43
Do pfd lOe IOTJ4
Amer Malt , 15V, 15 » ]".<„
l>o P M 63* 63 63\i 03%
\m Smelt * Kefg. 83Vi 88% 8S * :; 's I
Dβ pM l"" l 4 V 0»
Imer Snuff 1M IM 1M W
Do i-fd ' I |L * T , "'
Imer Sugar 1123% 122*1122% i- v :
Dβ pfd 120 123
leer STppl Foun. 4i!* R 41% 41% 42
! 000 Amer Tel & Tel.. 143% 143% 143% 143%
1 100 \nipr Tobacco.... < 1 271 2T4% 273
l>,, pfd 105 103 104% 108
\incr Woolen J '-•> --* 1 ;
[>o pfd 85% 83 s4 ~* M U
Anaconda .. t-t % * 4:;% 44V 44> a
8001 Atlan Coast I 138%|188% 13»ji
\ T & Santa Fβ. !"* : s l" s! v l" s; V»il0S;w
On pfd 1021* 101% 101% Kβ*
BalUmore t Ohioilo7%|lo7 1"7 IW%
Do pM M W
400{Bethlehera Steel. 43 4«\ 44% 4..%
I Do pfd 13 15%
I.<V«\B B T 96% *»'
' allfr.nla PM «7%l «« 88% fi "
s.loo|Canadian Pacific..:2eS 263% 264 264^
27.8OO|Chlno Copper... . "■" : - *7% 50% • <><"<,
\- it sir* £2 v
<• A .\ 18% 20
l<»% 19« 1 , ."/ l»% I
"■'■ ki :;, '' i :;;: -.
I s \ ' 11 14< -i !»"••, 141 ;
■ m&«t r li"v n- - .", ;:■■•, n«%
142% U»
Central Le I '''•'- '■'■-
Do pfd ... vi .
<v>nt of N J ■:•■"> >"
CCCittl ■ "•-
j iv, pfd .. ...
■■>,<> Fit; a; rran 57% 37% 57% *7%
Do pfd '44i 155
Pol a Somhorn Si 41
Do ls< pfd Tl T3
! Dβ 2.1 pfd »% To
. .145% 14" 14.1 145%
Cora Produi-ts. .. IT% 174 17% 17% r
Do pfd » 1 84
Crei rarp.'T I 82 j 8S
500 Del & Huds lesi Iβ" 188% 170
ii i _ \v ■ . :»4" i.->r»rt
Dtlfl 22 22%
Do pfd lIH 41 U 40% 41V*
WrtlHer* , Somr. 2» Ti% 88
Dalatfe s s \- a 1% »
Dβ pM Iβ" 18 .
35% 34% .". 35%
200 Do IX pf - . 52% 52%
i).. 24 pf.i ... i 44% ;
4'«i<; t 'ii EleetHc [1*3% 183 l<2 I*.'!
!rt NV>rthorn Orp 48% 47i.; : 4T%] 48
lirt Northern pfd 140% 138% 14'>i a 140% ;
2%
Illinois C.Milral. . 120 :i2M. 4 125i 4
Inspiretlnn SI ' Xt% 2<»%1 2<">*i
::.HM> Metro .1 20% 2n> 4 20%
pfd mti 65%| e6% i 6
I'Mi rnter .]121%|121%}121%)122%
[Inter M Mnrinp B j 5%
Do pfd 2014! 21
iDtf-rn! Pat>f>r M 19%
I)n pfd .-«%( 57%
Intprnl I'ump.... 24 I 25
Dβ pfd 7Ri, m% '
Io«ra (►•ntral 11 13 !
no pM 2«i X 8
Kansas City S 2:t 2»%
l>.. pfd i ; H2
[.*>!iiffh Valip.v... 175% 174% 175% 175%
400 Liggett * Meyere!2ls% 214' 4 215% 21«
100 Do pfd 117 117 118 117
; w-W(IM : 4:j% 44
200JP. l.oriliard C»..a08 2i>6 205 207-%
I».i pfd 115% 118%
I.OOOJL ft N 150% 148% 148 14sr^
|Maclt«y H4i 4 85%
I I>o pfd ; M 98%
(Mexican Cen j 27
Vlesicao Pet ! 85%) 84% X 85%
Minn A Bt r 25% 26%
: I>n Ist pfd \ t 4f» 50
708 M Bt P * 8 S M. 14: i% 142 V. 143%
; Ik. pw 149 156
l.iiorilMo Kan & Texas. 21 2f« I 28% 9
l(Xi, I)., pfd H4 e>4 ft? e4
1 Miami Copper.... 2flV* 28% 2s 7 * 29%
Miaeowi Pacific. 48% 44 4".% 45T4
1.180 National Lead... 84 6-Sl*i M\ e4
T>.. pfd 110 109% 110 !110%
N'atima] Biscuit.. 138% 181% 130 I*l%
Dβ pfd I ! 124 124%
20rt|N*ttonal Eeamel.j 2-' iV 4 22 7 » 22% 22%
700JNevada Cona 22% 22% 23% »%
200 S V Air Brake... 81 SO RO 81
1,900 N V Ontral 117 116% 116V.'llT
N V r & st I Sβ .-m.
Do Ist pfd 102t 4 ins
Do 2d pfd m W
V V N H & H...| 1 .'it; 13T%
N V Ont & W 34 Sβ
Norfolk & Wost.. 115%iU5% 115 118%
Nortli Ampriean. . | 88% «>4'. 2
-.-■". l Northern Paettc.. 127H 126 L, ue% 126%
'Omnb» ! 132 138
Do pfd IK 100
P* iflo Mhil ' 32'
1 « 1V!....: 30% 49% Sβ " 90%
!'"a;i R H Co 123% 123% 123% 123%
I ■> 'l-" , - >•<-. - . .II 1 * 117 117% 118
WK> MttKblWX <•„;,!... 84% 28% -'4" 24%
ami i>.. pfd
PC C*Bt 1 jioe 10ft
Do pfd ■ ! Ho 120
Ca». 38% M 3S 38 v,
i>; pfd ' . . KU 102
g. 700 Ray Cms ; 22V 22 221*! 22%
Ry StPPI Springs 37 j 37%
Do pfd I<Vi io2
Rradlne 174% 172% 172% 17:;
; Do 2fl pfd sh; 97
1.4ft0 RM/uhlir S & 1.. S2 81% 311 a 32
Do pfd :r. *■;:„ < ( ai
r>.H* Island C 0... 28 H%\ 2R%'
Do pfd M I Bovii 50" M%
l.SOOjSeara-Roebock . 221 2l<» 21«?% !T2r> j
r»O pfd ■ : TJ2 133%
is s s a i Cβ r»4 st
' !>.■ pfd Bβ Uβ
Stl. _ SK Ist pM c.l I OS
2«1 l>.. 2d pfd "H 35%
IOO]8« L & S W : 30% 38% 30% 4014
Dβ pfd 1 7«
Smitbern Pnrifip.. 11 11U 4 111% 112
Southern Rail-a.v 3d., 2i*% .'<n 36%
!><■■ pfd 52% 82 82% BZ%
C'|.p<T 43% 42. 42% 43
'>\»s Oil \ ;i22 ! 122M,
i.H*»'Texes Pacific....! 25% 25% 26% 26
BoofT*ird avp us 38 i as-%! 39
seO|TQt 8t L * W..... 14', i:<i, 1?, 13%
Do pfd
Twin City R T A., 104%[107
rweod 100 in 168 " iuf>
I ttim B:i(T .<; Pup 13 ' 12%, 12-% 12".,
Paoifi.- 174% 1 173% 1174 17H,
."■" Do pfd > 01%) 91% f>l 01%
:'■■!. !'n Kvs liiv C 0... H Bβ " 87V
Do pfd ii 7i t ! e« cr, tl
r s Cast i I'ipf ' io I 30
r»o i.fd ■ il%| .;:;
>■<«< V s RuHUt ■ ',2 ' 51% 53 ■ 68%
aoo Do ist pfd ;ios lioe " i 07% iM
I><> 2d pfd 77 BO
1i:».70i. r S StPPI 0o« 77'% 7ei, 7«% i 77
l.OOfl l>.. pfd 118% 112% 112% 113W
s.7<M> Itaii Coitper 65J4 83% <■,", 65%
300 Vsi'ar Pbem c<.. 46% 4r,% 47
Do pfd . ii.-i,, in;%
....... Viririnia Iron & < 1:4 i;«
tWehert i
Do pfd |B% 15%
uviu Faruo K\ ,[...., 112 no *
Western I'nioo.. .1 7!> j 78% i"n ! 75»%
"" Hfstcni Maryland M ."6%
Do pfd 78% 7e?M 78 SO
v>stjnr!i"'isp <M ! 82«* 82%| «{%
2. Wool worth 115%|114% 11.' 1115%
SflO D<. pfd ll."'<>|lls 114%| .
200 W&r. E 9%! o<4 fl
: I>o I*t pfd 28% 30
ion: Do 3d pfd U% 14H 14 ! ir.
"■1- I ' j»%] H
•al dharps sold.
\%>ekly Trade Review
Mew YORK. Nov. S.—Bradsfrppf's tomorrow
will say: "Tbp prppidentlat elerfion bas eeme
and pono with thr peestble Hiiparent pffpi-t
upon trnd" and industry. Neither the plertlon
fts.'lf nor its rpstilts, sweeping as they werp.
has ohanjrpd tlip favorahlp undertone prpviously
rheractprizlng tradp sentiment, tlie situation In
this respect prpsenting one of the notable econ
omic phpnomene of recent times. In short,
natural conditions coincide with heavy crop
Tif-kis and consequent heavy coneumptlTe re
quirements continue predomiuaet in trade and
industrial circles.
Stocks Reactionary, Opening
With Wide Variety of Losses
KEW YORK Nev B—Stocks8 —Stocks were again reactionary today, opening
with a wide variety of lospes, which were somewhat extended by mid
day, but making up much of their decline toward the end. A factor in
the recovery was the government crop report, issued in th<=> final hour.
This fully confirmed the brilliant outlook of the last few months, espe
cially as to corn. .
Prior to the issuance of the agricultural statement almost all stocks
of importance displayed varying degrees of heaviness. Foremost among
these were I,ouisville and Nashville, which yielded three points, while
H.'irrimans. the Canadian group. (Jiangers, Coalers and trunk lines were
off 1 to 2% points. TT .. ,
The leading" industrials also suffered from persistent selling. T nlted
States Steel declining- more than one and a half points, with a similar
lose for Amalgamated Copper and other metnl issues.
rt.-.h Copper, however, went higher on the excellent showing of the
third quarter of the year.
Local money conditions were mildly disturbing, call loans being
Quoted at 5 1 * to 6 per cent.
Bonds were irregular with total sales, par value, $2,12."i.000.
I'nited States government bonds were unchanged.
NEW YORK, Nov. S.---E. F. HultOß &- f'o.'s wit-p says: "In thP fiscal
year ending June 30, 1910-1911. American Locomotive earner! nn its mm
nion stork 7.47 per cent. The la*t report ending June 30, 1912. showed
only .47 per cent. Among the reasons for this poor showing was that a
year ag-o last summer operations fell to below 25 per cent of its capacity.
Darin* the fall of the same year, the strike of the boilermakers seriously
curtailed its operations, and although during: the following- April, May
and June, which ended the last fiscal year, earnings showed at the rate
of about in per cent on the common stock, these three months were not
sufficient to overcome the previous depression. The company is now in a
position to turn out $60,000,000 worth of business a year as against $50,
--000.000. the previous hig-h mark attained. On .Tune 30. 1911, the company
had about $6,000,000 worth of business on hand. On June 30, this year,
It has double that amount with* indications of a further Increase. In
August this year thp company was operating at 75 per cent of its capacity.
Today it is in the neighborhood of 90 per cent, if not higher. During the
oomlng fiscal year the company will excoed in earnings Its previous high
water mark of 1910-1011. Indications point to at least 10 per cent. I
know there has been some quiet accumulation of the stock for some time.
The company has gone into the auto truck business on a large scale and
with very lucrative results. I am bullish on all kindred properties and
for a pull the above will likely prove the best. The last dividend was
paid on the common stock at the rate of 114 per e<=>nt August 20. 196f.
-, As for the general market I look for higher prices over a period of
time under leadership of the rails and United States Steel."
EASTERN STOCK AND BOND QUOTATIONS
New York Bonds
#.
U S ref 2s reg...10l jJapan 91%
Do coupon, ....101 ;Kan I'ity So ref r>s M
I>o Ms res 102%|L Sbor »leb 45,10."; i Mfa
I'm coupon 102%|L k N unified 4*. 9'S,
Do 4> r*f 113% M. X A Tex Ist 4s. m
I">« <"ou|K>:i . ...11S% I>«> pen 4 SO
Panama 3» coupon. 101% IMo Pacific 45.... 71 T R
Al-Chal Ist 5s otfs 62% Do cv 5s 87%
Amer Agricul 5*.101%f1) R of Mpt 4 : a s. M
Amer T&T ey 4e.112% N V f kpii SH«.. *<T
Amer Tobacco 6s. 13121 Do <Ipb 4s 92
Armour 4'-.s .... 9U«'NV.NH& H cv B%t !»
Atcbicon ppu 4>.. 97%iNer&W Ist cob 4e 97%
Do .v -Is. 1900.105% Do .'v 4s 116
l>.. <*v ."s 108% Nor I'ncifl.- 45.. . *Wi
Atlas c l Ist 4s. «:, ; i>o r.s a«i. +
Unit A <ti)lo 45.. »7%:0 S Line rfdg 4s. 01 T *
Dα :',i..s 01% Ta cv :;i.,s. l»l».. M%
Rrooklyo Tr cv 4s !«>-%Pa ron is 102 J -4
centra! of 6a s».loß%lßea<ilng gon 45...
•>n I.eathfr 5e.. 95% St I, »i- I F fg 4s. 76*4
1 :•- * <*hi.-> 5*.. S»ftV l> ,, B" SMI
Do con 4%«.... 93 St L S W con 4s. fil
Chi A Alton 3%5. 66% AL adj 5a 75%
C. R A Q joint 4s 65%{Sβ Pacific col 45.. 80%
Do gpn 4s 9."» I Do cv 4s 94
( .Mi Str ,t «%a.ioe%| Do Ist ref 4>..
C.RIA I'ac col 4s. ftSi- A rSo Railway 55....106
Do ref 4s 87% I Do gen "4s W4
Col S<> rAext 4%s 94 (Union Pacific 4s . 99%
I>pl A Hud ov 4s. 971»i Do cv 4* 103
!>pii A R O rpf sa. 82%] Do let A ref 4s. 95%
Distillers 5s 72 > t U S Rubber fis. ..«B
Erie prior lien 4s. W-, i" g Steel 2d s*..ieUtt
Do gen 4s 76%]Va Car ChPm r.s. . 0«
Dα <-v 4s. spr B. 7S IWabash lst&ext 4s 67
111 Cen Ist ref 4s. S4V\Vp<=tf>rn Md 4s. . BS%
Int MPt 4%s SUi 'Westing El cv ."s. 93%
Int Mer Mar 4'-s. 66V4 Wts Central 45... 02
« . , , «.
New York Mining Stocks
♦ ♦■
Cpm Tunnel Stock 09'MPsif-an 2.00
Com Tunnel Bonds l.*i;Ontaiio 2.00
LNw Va Mm Co., :;i ophir .")0
Ir.vn Silver 1 ~(\ Standard 1.00
lyearlvlllp Con ... OS'Yellow Jacket .... 33
j Little Chief MJ
New York Curb Stocks
NEW YOKK. Nov. *.—-E. F. Hutton A Co.'s |
wire says: "Braden was the leader among the i
copper storks today in a strong markpt. rising
steadily to SUj at" the Hose, when It was still
In demaffcl. Mason Valley was anothpr fpaturp.
s-plling at 18. There was v<>ry little trade In
Otroex and Ohio, but the undertone thr<>ughoiit ;
was firm. Tlip volume of business was large j
and the genera! trend seems to be toward hlglur
priops. t'nited Cigar Stores sold off to 113.
but rallied slightly at the close."
The 'ollowlne list Is furnlshPd by E. F. Hut
ton A Co., 490 California street. San Franclsc-o:
Bid. Ask.,' Bid. Ask.
Anclo Oil ..19 20 'Montg 5n0.... 03 66
Belmont »H »VXev Hills ... I , * 1%
Braden Coppr 8% BV-Nipisslng Si, 4
T>.. !■ lfiT, 170 'Ohio Copper. .1% 1 11-16
British C 01... 4V B 'Pfi' , «;AK 0081 W-. 9V%
'hi Siitiway.. 4';, 7 ' l>o pfd .... !tl m^
Coloj*flo 12 14 'Pholps Dodge.2lS 221
Con Ariz ... 47 50 !San Toy ....IS Z2
Davis Daly.. 2 2Vi Sioux Ton ..2 4
Dobie %'S W Miami.. 5 6
Dolorp, 2i, 4 [So rtah % %
El Bayo 2 iStandard Oil,
Ely Cent ... Mi 2 !ex set* 304 OTS
Ely C,. n in 20 'Po Ind «le Iβ
E! Paso 514 K« Do Cal I(V> 162
First Nat ... 2V4 2%' West End. .1 9-16 1 11-lf.
Fraction 10 12 'Wettlaufer .. 20 2."
Florence .... 70 80 [Botte A NY. 1% 1
fttraax 4>V4 4f* t Ton Merger.. l»." 97
(;ld Daisy .. « S 'Rum CMB ... Kl4 m<,
Old Belmont. IS IS lAlaska Gold.. 8% ftt 4
Grepnp Can.. 9% 10 : Mlzpah Ex .. BT> 9O
HaiiinKPr ... 14»4 Kxten .. XU 2K
Halifax 1% 2 'Motor 2 v 4
Iron Blossom. 105 115 | I»o pfr] .... \
Int. RiihhPr .. UVj 13 [Tobacco Prod. 12." 140
Jim Batter .. fi» 70 'Do pfd ior> 10514
Jumbo Ex .. ."2 34 Stewart 1 3-16 1 ,">-!6
Kerr Lake .. 2% 2%' Ton of Npv.. 8';. 0%
Keystone ... 1% Bullion... Li-ie 4
I.a Rose ... .2Mi 2!> Iβ Tuoiumne 2% 2.
T.ehijjh C0a1..230 240 !United Copper 1 2
Mason Val .. 12% 13 •Do pfd 8 15
Mays Oil ... 27 30 T S IJirht... 13 14
Man Transit. 1% 1 Va'Yukon SU 3U
Marconi 7 'West Pac Ry. S SU
McKiqley Dar 2 2VβI Do r.s ...... S.m R4
Mont Ton ... 1% 2 [West Pow pfd 57 68
Miami Gs ...168 173 |Do com ... 27 2ttVi
Mines of Am. 2Vj 2%\ i
"Bni«lnes!« failures In the T'nlted States for the I
week ending November 7 were. 20ft, against 257
last wepk.
•■Rnsloess failures In Canada for the week
number 35, which compared with 13 for last
w<>'k
"Wheat, including flonx, exports from the
T'ntted States and Canada for the week endinjr I
November 7 aKKreeate 5,788,725 bushel«, ss;aiiiKt
e.405.27r, last week. N
"Corn exports for the week are 22.540 hinlwlt
apniUMt 81.520 last week."
R. <;. Pun & Co.'B Weekly Revit-w of Trade
tomorrow will say:
'•Wltli the Balkan situation lens menaolne to
world peace, though still serliw. and with the
uncertainties of the national election at an end.
the husinesß outlook is improved. This is re
flected in the increased buoyancy of the financial
markets and in the continued expansion of tra'le
and Industry.
"A situation that Is based on an unprece
dented movement of wheat and a record break
ing production of pijrlron can be desf>rlb*d by no
other word than prosperous. Every department
of business experiences the uplift and expjin-
Kion which resnlt. first, from the tremendous
crops and. second, from the restored <-<>nfli!eu<-e
and credit.
"Leather and hides continue very strong."
Condition of Trea*nry
WASHINGTON. Nov. B.—Tlie condition of the
T'nited States treasury at the beginning of busi
{ nes« today was:
Working balance. $02,801,724.
In hanks and Philippine treasury }r,o 031 919
Total of general fund. $149,307.2^6.
Receipts yesterday. $2.*v>0.267.
disbursements yesterday, $3,170,914.
Peflctt this flwal year, t1 .956.871, as acainst
a deficit of $21.2.".0.472 last year.
The figures for receipts, disbursements and
deficit piclude Panama cHnal and public debt
transactious.
Norlbern nunlnrnn
PORTLAND. Nov. B.—Clearing $2 f)7e 958•
balances. $244,614.
TACOMA. Nov. B.—Clearings, $W9 546- bal
ances. H4wOBI.
SKATTLE. Not. B.—Clearings, $2,173,739; bal
ances. $230,601.
SPOKANK. !«ov. B.—Clearings, $901,600; bal
ances, $107,340.
Loan*. Exchange and Silver
Bar silver had another small setback yester
day, declining i. 4 c in New York.
Tmmewtlc sight exchange was lower
Commercial pa)«»r sit#e' percent
Loans on real estate percent
Sterling ex. hanpe. 60 days ~^4.81i;
Sterling exchange, »0 days (,1 \ vr,%
Sterling eschanjre. cable's _/„ 4, s/>v A
New York exchanee, sight —g% .01
New York exchange, telegraphic —di .04
Hongkong exchange, sight — fa 90)4
Hongkong exchange, telegraphic —Oi .5f1%
New York silver, per ounce.... — (a .92%
1 London silver, per ounce —@ as 13-16<J '
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1912.
Boston Stocks
♦ — ,— »
HoSTON. Nov. 8.-H& W. Hutton A Co.'s wire
says: "Coppers o|tened ifrpgular and active.
Granny was the string feature, advancing
shnrp!y to Indiana was a close second.
j -howin? good buyinir. The remainder of the
1 market continued active, with Irregularity. Cop-
I per metal Is strong at 17% c again, with Job
ben" offprincs withdrawn under 17% c."
The following list Is furnished by E. F. Hut
ton A Co., 490 California street, San Francisco:
Bid. Ask.' Bid. Ask.
Adventure .. H\i 7 l :>'Qnlncy 86 87%
lAHoees 41 " 43 jShannon 14% 15
I Arcadian 2% 3 'Santa Fe 3 3-16 SU
j Ariz Com .. 4 41 4 !United -Slioo. . ."2S "'2 7 <.
IA P 4% 4% j Do pfd 28 28%
Do pfil ... 22 Super A Rost. 2 2%
j Balaklala ... 3V 3%'Snper Copper. 43% 44
I Cal A Ariz.. 7»% «0 ITamarack .... 44% 45
! Ca! & Hecla.s7s 577 iTrinity 5% 6
j Centennial .. 2r»v 4 21%:U S Mining.. 47
Copper Rangp ."6\ r.7i 4 ! Do pfrt .... 50 50%
1 Daly West... 3% 4 jUfah Apei .. lU, 1%
East Biitto... 1.".\ 15%{rtah Con ... 12%
I Franklin io\ II (Victoria m 8
: Granbv 74i. t 74\'Wo|verlne ... 77 78
Hancock .... 2."> 26 Wyandotte .. 1% 2
; Helvetia .... 75 90 Wlnona 4% 5
Isle Kovalo.. 3514 3.ll4'Grepne Can..9 15-16 10
'Indiana I*V< IR% Glrmix 4% 4'^
Kpit Lake .. 2\ 2%'Rny On 22% 22%
K»wppnaw .. tl| 2Vt,!Algomah .... 3V» —
Lake ('"pper. 31 31v 4 ;b.« A Maine. OIL, r>s
j I.a Sallp r.v; s%'Roa A Albeny.2l4 —
I Mass Con .. 6% 7%! Bo« Elpv 121V>122%
! Mirh Mm .. IU 2UTtJo!ted Fruit..lf« ißfi
.Mohawk .... r,:, Rβ !Swlft 107%10S
; North Buttp. 36% S4%}OM Colony .. 9 9%
Npv Con ... 2."?!;, 23%'Mayfiower ... 14 14%
North Lake.. 4 32 .".2"',
Old Dominion sft% 00% Butte & Super 4RV*, 4R>- 4
I Osceola lfO 110 [I C 50 fif>
! ;>iitiway .HL, 5%| Do pfd 86*4 87
j * : «.
Boston Curb Stocks
.#_ 4.
Tlie following list is by E. F. Hut
ton & Co.. 490 California street. San Francisco:
Bid. Ask. ! Bid. Ask.
Ariz A Mich. 8 io {Inspiration .. 21 21 <4
BobPmia .... 2% .°, 'Keystone .... 1% 1%
Boston Ely .. li, Uj Majestic 44 46
Calavpras 2 11-16 2 13 16)Ma*on Val .. 13
Cactus 7 10 Oliio 1% 1%
Thief Con ...1% 1 v 16»Oneco 2»4 2%
Corhin 24 2." (STiattuck Ariz. 2014 29%
IChlno .V> 50%rSan A Globe. 8 10
r>Hffs Dalv.. 2K. 2U South Lake. .. 6*4 7
Eagle A BN.I 3-16 1--te'Unlted Verde. 5.1 Z'S
F.ly Witch... r. 9 !New Baltic.. 1% 2
* .—_:
London Closing Stocks
♦ — *
OSM for money.. 74 •-i 'Loulsv A Nai«h IR4
Do for acct. ..74 r> -16 'M. X A Tpxas.... 20»4
Amal Coppp«. rr% N V Central 1201,
Anaconda ..'. 9 (Norfolk A West. ..lU»%
Atchison 111%' Do pfd Bl
r>o pfd lO.i%!Ontario A West... 37
P.alt A Ohio nou,ippnnsylvnnia .. NY
Canadian Pac .. .271 M»'Rand Mines I\%
'Tics A Ohio 8.1 %!Reading 8»V,
Chi Grent Wpsf.. l9%tSa Rallwav SlVfc
Chi. Mil ASt P.120V41 Do pfd ' ST.
Dp Beers 20 I s " Pacific 115%
Den A Rio G... 23% UnJon Pacific ....17r>
Do pfd 42*. Do pfd fmi
Ei-tP 36%'U S Steel 73%
Do let pfd 5414! Do pfd lie,
Do 2d pfd 45 (Wabaiih S
Grand Trunk 27>*! Do pfd 15
111 Central Ix 3 ! r
Bnr silver—Steady: 2R l"-16d per ounce.
Money—2%Q3% ppr cent.
The rnfp of discount in flip open market for
short bills Is 41" 10rt7-", per cent and for three
months' bills 4%Q4 15-16 per rent.
W»y York Money Market
NEW YORK. Nov. R.—Money on call, firm, .".(!$
6 ppr cent- ruling ratp. 514 per cent; closing bid,
5% per cent: offprpfl at 6 per rent.
Timp loans, steady: r,O days, f! ppr 90
days. 5\ por cent; 6 months, r>l4 ppr cent.
Prime mproantilp paper. 6 per cpnt.
Sterling Pxchanep, stpiidy. with aotusl bnslnpss
in bankprs , bills at $4.R12T>'a4.8175 for 00 day
bills and at $4.5 V.O for demand.
Commercial bills. $4.81.
Bar silver. 62% c.
Mexican dollars. 4S%r.
I Bonds—Govprnment, steady: railroad, easy.
CONTINENTAL
New York on Paris 5 20
New York on Mexico 2.01^
Paris on Loedeq ....'. 25.23%
Berlin on London 20.53
California ( <:irfn C «
i Bank clearing, as to the California
Development hoard by the several Hearing house
cities for the week ending November 7 lUl°
(Ore banking dny*», with percentage compari
sons for the rom-sponding week of 19M:
Cities Amount lftr γ^f
San Frmielsco $52.e:«t.441 5 0
I-os ABgelea 22.461 077 IS 7
Oakland 3.657.952 .. J5.5
Sacramento 1.mc.491 9 0
Man Diego 2.518.950 14 0
Frwne i,2K.<.4W> 2 0
Stockton, 976.12S 3.0
San Jiwe 1.061.054 . jq'o
Pasadena !K*».o!itf r,4 4
Bakersfield 377.180
Brfldntreet'n Report
NEW YOKK. Nov. B.— Bradstreets bank clear
ings report for the week ending Nov«bm« 7 !
shows an aggregiifo of $.'5,407,257,000. as against '
$:t.4«3.400.000 last week and $3.1:57.192,000 in i
the corresponding: wot»k last year. The follow- |
ing la a list <>f tlie ettiw:
_~.. r- Per Cent—, |
ritios- Amount. Inc Dec i
N»-w York f 1 ,93fc,.VW).000 8.8
Chicago 2!Ki, 791.000 10 2
Boston 104.021.000 4.c
Philadelphia ie7.384.0n0 24 1
St. Louis 51.585.000 9 3
KansHS City 50.012.0(10 'i'jj
I'ittsburg 49.758.000 13. %
San Francisco .... 52.e30.0n0 jj'j
Baltimore 37.904.000 .V 7
Ciaetnnatl 2tf.32rt.000 e3
Minneapolis 33.005.00n 4.X
New Orleans 22.312.0<m) '. ' 'J'q
• Itvrhmd 23.807.000 16 9
I'etrolt 20.622.000 7 0
. Los Angeles 22.4ei.00<> 18.1
Omaha 17.14fi.000 11 5
Milwaukee ... 14.421.000 . '.. 'e'i
Louisville 12.7.V{.000 6.8
. Atlanta 15.501 000 4'i
Portland. Ore 12,193,000 38
Seattle 12.4*>9.000 Hβ
St. Peal 13.e4rt.000 io'2
Buffalo 11.Wi9.000 25 0
Denver 10.507,000 1 ■>
Indiiinapollj" 7.2R2.000 n^'j
PriAiilfnce 7.«J7,000 ...'.
Rirbniond 7.77?>.0f»0 ... 19'e
Was!iinp;toi] 8.110.000 J9
: Mcmnlii> 12.243,400 r , 1
: St. Jiweph... «.677.0n0 'Vn
Salt I like City 0.873.000 o'|
Fort Worth 11.207.C1V) Sβ 4
Albany 6,.V.0.000 H ..' I
Columbus e>4131.000 14.2 ..
Savannah 8,711.000 3.8 . 'I
Toledo <. 4.r»52,000 19
J»nehville 6.114.000 219
Hnrtford 5.176,000 134
spokaiws 4,729,000 .... B*4
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE
Sugrar stocks showed a better tone yesterday, Onomea changing hands at
$37 and $36. a«kl Paauhau bringing $21.
Great Western Power 5s established their price at $87.50. the figure at
which they changed hands on the last sale Thursday. Only two bonds we J"e
concerned'in th<' day'fc trading, however, both of them finding a sale in the
morning session. ,
United Railroads 4s, perhaps as a result of the action of the company in
providing for the redemption of $3,350,000 of its bonds by a note Issue and sink
ing fund'money, sold up an eighth, changing hands at They closed
$66.25 bid, witli none offered at the price, and seemed to be pointing upward.
Associated Oil stock brought $45.50 in the morning session on a cash trans
action and sold at $45.37 l A in the afternoon. Amalgamated Oil changed hands
at $85.
LISTED SECURITIES
SALES NOVEMBER 8, 1912
Morning o—lion Afternoon Session
Board— Board—
200 Alaska Packers , Assn 90.50 10 Amalgamated Oil Co 85.00
'2~-> Associated oil 00. casn 45.50 5 Anglo A London Paris N Bank. 156.00
25 Onoiuea Sugar Co 37.00 17 Associated Oil Co 45-37 s
$1,000 Creat Western Power ."s oash. 87.50 40 Onnmca Segar Co 36.87%
*].oim i; ro , lt western P.wr 5e 87.50 25 Paanhau S P Co : 210 / )
1 *1.000 Oakland Traction Co 5i 91.37% 8 People's Water Co (pfd) 56.25
?4.<xtn PaelnV Gas & Electric 5e f»(>.7.% $4,000 Pacific Electric Ry 5s 104.00
17.000 S P RR Co Ist rpf 4s !>3.62Vi $\OOO People's Water Co 5e ,M.M^
$10,000 United R R of B F4s 66.37% $5,000 Sacramento El. Gas & Ry ;>5..103.50
Street— $4,000 S F. Oak A Ran Jose Ry 55...103.00
127 Pacific Tel & Tel ipfd) 100.25 $3,000 Spring Val Wat gen mtge 45.. 93.00
12.000 Paetie Gas & Electric 5s 90.75 $1,000 United R R of S F 4s. 66. ; >7%
Sin.UK] United R R of S F 4s 66.37% $20,000 Cal Gas & Electric unifying ss. 95.25
Street— "
$5,000 Pacific Tel & Tel Sβ O© s ©
$5,000 S P R R Co let ref 4a 83.75
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
BONDS I Bid. Ask. I Bid. Aak.
U. S. Bond*— Bid. Ask. Oakland Transit Co 6«.107 — Cal Fruit Canners —
4s qnar coup (new).ll3%— i Do Sβ 102%103% BI dv Pont de N pfd. — —
3s quarterly coupon . — — J Do Con 5s — 108 Do common —
Misopllaneoua Bonds— Oakland Tree Con ss. 97% 98% Fireman's Fund 1n5...231 —
Alameda Artes W 5«. — 98 (Oakland Trac Oo Sβ. 91% — Kirst Nat Bank of S F.i* 236
AssociatPd f>ll Co 5«.1OO UHV4 Oakland Water gtd 5s 95 — German S*v & Loan.3loo —
Bay Counties Pow 5«. 101% 102 'Omnibus Cable Ry 6e.lO2%lo3%'Giant Powder Oon 105 —
<"al Cent Gas &El se. — lOSViiOro Electric Corp 6s. »8H 98% Hawaiian Coml & Sug. 3» —
Cal El gen fie, ser A. 88% — IPaclflc Gas Imp 45.. B»>4 — Hawaiian Sugar C 0... 39% —
Cal G&EI km 4 cts». 101% 102%iPacific Gas & Elec ss. 90% — Honokaa Sugar C 0.... — 10
r>o unifying 55.... 95 95%' Pacific Etteetric Ry 55.103% — Humboldt Savings Bk. — 135
California St Cable Se.lOl 102%'Paciflc Ltjfht & P Sβ. — 97 iHutchtnson Sug Plant 18% 19%
California Wine 5»... — 97 Do guaranteed 55.. — 100%;Kllauea Sugar Plant. 12 —
Cent Cal Traction ss. — 94%iPaciflc Tel & Tel 5«. 99% 99% Marin Owinty Water.. 51 54%
t'lty Kloctrip Co 55.. — 89 iPark St Cliff HRy lie 09% — Mercantile Nat Bank. — 240
Coast Counties I.&P 5« 94-\ - - iPsrk & Ocean R R 6e.100 — Mill Val & MtTmSRy — —
Contra <'osta Wat ss. - IPerple's Water Co se. 81% 82 Mutual Saringe Bank. — 85
I>o jfpn mtse 5i.... P4 95%; Sac EI Gas &Ry 5*.103% — North Alaska Salmon. 122 12.%
Edison Xl r.f \ a \ (Jβ. 100% — [Bac & Woodland Rse 95% — N Oal Power Co Oon. 38% 40
Edison Light & p 6s. 105 — '8 Joaquln Ut & P 6*. — 100 Onomea Sugar Oo 36% —
E I duPont Pwdr 4%s — 93V;,' Do Cor 6s, aeries A.101%103 Oro Electric Corp pfd. i 4 70%
First FPderal Tret 5s 100% — [fl F Electric Ry 5«.. — 90 Do common 10% 16%
Fprries & Cliff H HCe.loO 100*., SF.Napa & Calls R 6s. 102% — Oro Water. IJght Sc P.IOO —
Great Western Po W 5s 87% 87%'S F. Oak &S J Ryse — — Paauhau Sugar Plant. 20% —
Haw Coml & Sug ss. 102% — ! Do 2d mtge 5« — »6 Pac Fire Alarm. 2% —
Honolulu RT& L6s 105% — Do Oon Ry Bβ — 93% Pae Coast Borax pfd.loo%lol
I.ske Tahop R& T ss. — 97 SJ & S Clara R 4%a. 84 — Do common 73% —
l*>ns Beach o Gas 6s. 100 — Santa BarbaraG&EJ6e. 102 — Pacific Coast Casualty. — 165
bM Aiirplps Eiec fis. — 101 Sierra Ry of Oal 6e.. — — Pacific Oude (HI Co.. — 55e
I»s Ang Gas &El ss. 99% 100% SPRR of C 1 c g se. — 112% Pacific Light Corp pfd — 83
Do Corp 5s 97% i>9 SPBranch Rof Ca16e.126 128%! Do common 98 —
Los Angeles Ry 55.. — 107% S P R R Ist ref 4a. 93% — Pacific Tel & Tel pfd.lOoUlol%
Do Corp 5s 97% — S Val Wat gen m 4a. 93 93% Do common 49% —
Lea Ann Lijfht gtd Ks.lOO — (United Gas & Elec Sa.loo 101 People's Water Co pfd. 56% —
L A-Pac R R len, 3s. 103% — {United RRof S F 4s. 66% — Philippine Tel&T Corp 26 28
L A-Pac RR of Cal 5s — 100 Val Counties Pow 55,100% — 'Realty Syndicate 183% —
Marin Wat & Pow ss. 99% — ' STOCKS ISavings Un Bk it Tr.24S —
Market St Cable 65..100 — Alaska Packers' Asen. 90% 91 !Security Barings 8ank.340 400
Do Ist con mtfre 5«. 92% — Amalgamated Oil Co. 84 90 JS F-Oak Ter Rye.A pfd — 85
Mid Counties O4EI 6s 99% — American Nat 8ank..130 135VSpring Val Water Co. 62 —
Mill Val & MtTmRSn.IOO — Anglo-Oal Trust C 0... — 127%iSterlinp Oil & Der.. 1% 1%
%'atomas Con of Cal 6e 94% — iAnglo A Lorn P Bank.lM 157 (Union Sugar Oo — —
Nor Ry Co of Cal Sβ. — 113 lAseociated Oil Co 45% — Union Trust Co 2500 —
Nor Cal Ry 5s 107% — Bsnk of Cal, N A...202% — Union Oil Co of Cal.. — —
Nor C*l Power Co 55.101% — California St R R 124% — Union Prorident Co.. — —
Do Con 5s 89% 90 Oal Ins Co (par $40) 72 — United Petroleum Co.. — —
Nor Electric Co 5«... 94% — Cal Wine A«sn pfd.. — 86 West Coast Oil pfd.. 80 —
Oakland Gas, L&n 5e.100%102 Do common Rft 7 * —
UJfLiISTED SECURITIES
SALES NOVEMBER 8, 1912
125 Pacific Gas ft. Electric (com>... 86.50 1 40 Pacific Gas Sc Electric (pfd) 92.00
US PnHnV Uas & Kleotric (c0m1... 66.62% | 10 Welle Fargo Bank 180.00
The following are the latest quotations for unlisted securities on the San
Francisco Stock and Bond exchange:
BONDS Bid. Ask. , Bid. Ask.
Bid. Ask. South Pacific Coast 4s 93 — iNorthem Electric 20 —
Alaska Packers 65...104% _ 'Sunspf Telephone oe. . — lO4%Oahu Sugar 25 26%
Amer R ver Elec . r js. — 90 T vSutter St Ry 6a — 08 Do Railway 135 140
AssociatPd Oil Ist ref — 92% SpetTjr Flour 6a — 100 Oakland Bank of Sht. — 225
I Bay Counties Pow Gβ. 103 104% Tnickee Lumber 6e. . — 97% Oakland Traction pfd. — 83
Blue Lake Water 05.102% — tnited Ught & V 6a. — 90 I Do common 30 40
|Cal Northwestern ,"5..103%104 iL'nltPd PropertlPs se. 50 65 Shore Ry 12 14%
jCoa*} Val G&EI lst6fi.loo 101 Do debenture, fis.... 10 15 [Oak Antioch A E — 15
Geary Street R R — 54 West Mtg; & Guaranty — 108 JOck & Antioch Ry — 24
Gen Petroleum bonds. — «0 Western Pacific Ry 5e 83% - jOro Development Co.. 40 41
Honolulu Plant 6s. . Yoseiuite Valley R ss. — 87 iOrpheum stock 19% 26
Hunt Land & Imp «s. — 101 i STOCKS Owl Drug common 96 —
Menlo Country Club 4« — 100 jAlamPda Sugar — 25 'Pacific Hard & S t>fd. — 95
Monterey A P Grr 6s. — 94 August Oil — 30c iDo common — 17
Mutual Electric 55... 97 Bank of San Joee... — 170 jPaclflc Port Cement.. — 75
Miller A I-ux 5s i>o% — iCal Cotton Mills 62% 70 (Pacific Gas A Elec pfd 91% —
Mt Whitney Pow t*. - lf»l% Cal Stat* Life Ins.. 19% — | Do common 66% —
Natomas Der 6f> 100 — :Cal Pacific Title pfd. — 100 Palace Hotel stock — 80
I>o Land & Mln <te. SHJT-β - C«l Electric gen nfd. 78% — People's Water com... 3% 3%
Do 2d mf*e 65..*,. 67% 70 Cal Traction. - 16 'Pet A Santa Rosa Ry. 20% —
Northern («1 Pow 6s. M Central N Bof 0ak.155 — ! Portuguese-AmPr Bank — 63
Nor West Wee isubel.llO 118 Central Trust ;116 — ! I'oulsen Wlrpless — 38
Oceenic steem«h!p 5». — 100 ICypress Ijewn 2% — JRlrerside Cement 40 —
I Oak A Antioch lly Sβ. R2% 85 'French-American Bnk. !>."• -- 'Schmidt Utho Co 15 —
I Oro Water. L& P 6».1W% 103% General Petroleum ... 22% — Sacramento Hotel .... — 10
I Oakland Gas. L&H 6*.11 — Hawaiian Pineapplp.. 43% — Standard Oment — 22%
Orpheum 6« .....\ .. —- 103% Honolulu Plantation.. 36% 37%' San Francisco Secur.. 47% 52%
J Pacific Port rpmeut6s.K>o -! Do pool — 38 |Ran Jonquin Light AP 17 20
i Palace Hotel «s — K>4 'Honolnlu Oil 1.25 1.27% Santa Crue Cement 80 85
1 Pet A Sn.nta Roea ss. m% r>s 'Italian American Bnk. — 121 jSperry Floor 28 —
Do 6k fK> XI K<»rn I.tind Co lgn — , i>o preferred — 101
Philippine Tpl .'.*.... U BS%'K»y Route pfd &4% — I'nlon Ice Co :.. 55 —
Do 6s 97 — ! Do common — 22 Vulcan Fire Insnracce. 13% —
Riverside Cement 6b. . 77% Rl Mascot Copper 2 2% Wped lumber Co 108% —
SF A S Jonotiin V. - — 111%'McBride Sugar 9 — ]Western Pacific Ry... 8% —
SF A N«r Pacific ft*. 103% — Metropolis Tru«t 70 — Wella Fargo Bank 180%182
Sierra ASF Pow ."s. — &7%'Mateoo Navieatlon ...120 — 'West Coast Life Inc.. — 285
Standard Cement 6s. . f>2 — i Mechanics' Savings.. .75 — Western Amer Realty. 11% —
Standard F.W-trlc ."is. 92% — [Merchants' Nst Hank. 80 90 West Metropolis Bank. 80 —
S F Gas A Kiev 4V*s. !HVj 'Nohle Electric ...*..— 20 WestPrn Meat Co — 106%
Do non callable 92 92% Nat Ice A C Storage. — 7" 'Western States Life.. 11% —'
Santa Cruz Cement 6s — SS Natomas Consolidated — 13'*>!Western Power pfd.. 56 58
South Cal Edison ,"s. — <*7 Nor West Electric... 30 — ' Do common 25 A S
j South Ynbn Water Rs.lo.' H>7>o'
,-Ppr Cent—
Titles— Amount. Inc. D*c,
racoma 3,8fl«.0OO 16.2
Dps Motnee 4.054.000 14.3
RochostPr 5,R14.0<>0 3."..1 ....
Dohith x.!W)2.n00 24.1 ....
tfacon 5..W1.000 0.1
lakland. (el 3.»W7.tt00 5.1
Vorfolk 4..120.000 20.0
Wichita 3,7er».0n0 5.5
;>«v>ria 5.R62.000 1. f
v>w Haven 2.f1e."..000 1.0 ....
facksonville. Fla.. 3.1-Vl.Ono O-β
Scranton 2.R70.000 .... ....
Uranrt Rapids 3,«14.OOO 13.3
ftirminsrhnni 3.140.000 2.4
Nodi City 3.2T.2.000 - 20.3
/•uiKustn. (in 3.12P.0<t0 7.C
lynew* 3.n0n.0n0 50.2 —
Rvaimville 2.223.000 25.3
WorctKter 2..V.2.000 i>2
*prlnßflcl(l. Mass.. 2..'27.000 .Vi.rt
Dayton 2.271.000 12.0
>kialmma 2.271.000 12.0
'ortland. Me 2.">1R.000 -'.">.7
liattanooKa 2.-W6.000 I.VS
Mttle Rock 3.018.000 U'.tt ....
"harlMtmi. S. C. . . 2.7«0.0<)0 '~5
EVheellnß, W. Va. 1.f>.'.2.000 7.6 ....
Knoxville 1.744.000 «4.9
*an PießO 2.1."8.OOO 14. 0
Mncoln 1.915,fK»0 2.0
flPB(lln«. Pa 1.834.000 ."i.3
rnpeka l.fiO'J.ooo 0.7
(V'ilmlnctr.n. Del.. 1.461.<Hi0 «.S
davenport 1.923.000 20.4
iacramento 1 .eae.OOO 0.1
klohile 1 ..'05.000 9.5
tVilkes Karre 1.477.000 12.0
-Mar RapUl 8 1.8T5.000 11.1
*kron '. 1.820.000 80.2
k'onncßtown i..V»5.000 zr>.<*
Vaterloo lowa 1.372.000 13.rt
rail Rlvpr 1.3*8,000 16.5
'anton. Ohio i.3«o.oilrt 30.2 ....
Sprinjrfl.-ld. 11l 1.1W.000 n.l>
Wayne 1.227/(00 ft.B
Spw Bertfnr.l 1.M0.000- 32.1
Helena 1,241.000 5.9
[.exlngton 507.000 8.3
Pa »38.0n0 1.8
•olninbia. 8. C 1.S07.00I) 18..'i
=Irle. Pa i.nss.ono 35.2
Stockton Cal 076.000 3.4
ftoise. Idaho nr.6.000 7.7
Rnrkforil. 11l S.n.flOO .'..1
ifaakofree f>ku 1.041.000 14.7
Kalamazoo. Mich.. 707.000 5i
jnitKJ, 111 S" 1.000 24.2
FUnominarton. 111. .. «.'ifl.ooo 16.2
rViN.,. Okie 512.000 5.1
Iffden, l*f«h R43.000
,o\vcll . . rtOS.OOO 35.1
""hr titer Pn «2,<X» 1.8
TpritiKfleld. Ohio.. eir..ooo 16.c
Iratk Rcn.l. 1n.1.. 1.791.000 1K0.4
Blnshaniton .'.73.000 16.7
iim* Knlls. S D.. BOB.VtOO 37.S
Fa*kMMl Mi«s 674.000 O.fl
Dccatnr. 11l 421.000 1.-.3
Maiisfirlil. 0hi0... 40.-..000 2.7
Fareo. NT. It 611.000 S.I
■rpmont. Noh SJW.OOO 2U.6
ITickshurjt. Miss... 475.000 4.7
riickSLiiTillo. 111... 276.000 5.8
rrenton 1.602.000
MINING STOCKS
A slump In Mexican that wns followed by re
cessions In prices f'»r the other north end Oom
«to«-k shares was the feature of the market for
Nevada mining stocks yesterday. Mexican,
which has lacked support for several days,
seemed to have no friends at «1! while the regnar
ri\]\ session was In pwe**«* yesterday, for
brokers were unable to effect sales of the stock
at that time, although fli»\v were willing to dell
at the lowest prices asked for several months.
The sale of 400 shares late Thursday afternoon
sent the price down to $2.10. and when the
Bush street exchange opened yesterday morning
DM broker offered -"iOO shares at $2. but be was
unable to flmi n buyer. The. asking price was
reduced ,1 cents before the clone of the cnll. but
there was not a share of the stock sold until
the first Informal session, when a slump to
f1.75 occurred. When the price reached the
(lay's low level and snowed, no sign of declining
farther a few buying orders came out and
brought about a recovery to $1.90. It was the
peneral Impression in Bush street that the early
selling of the stock was for the account of
timid holders. who feared that the recent
acquisition of new properties by the Mexican
Mining company would cause a drain on the
company's treasury
The break in Mexican h«<J ■ depressing effect
en Ophtr and Union, which were 5e and 6c lower
reepectively in the morning. Ophtr recovered a
portion of the. early decline at the late oeesion,
but closed weak. Sierra Nevada and Consoll
dated Virginia acted very well, considering the
weak condition of the market. Consolidated Vir
ginia was practically unchanged, while Sierra
Nevada was only a few points lower on the day.
The southern Nevada stocks opened Tery dull
and develop*.*! an easy tone after the call. Gold
rtelfi <on«olidated wan deeldedlr weak, with 900
shares changing hands at in the after
noon. Jumbo sold at 31<Q;32e while the others
were quoted at slightly lower price* than on the
preceding day. Nevada Hills turned weak again
and sold down to Jt1.47 North Star of the
Tonopahe was unloaded in large blocks at 35c
after a small opening sale at an advance of one
point over that rtjnire. Tonopah Merger was
weak, with 97c the highest price recorded in
"regular" transaction*.
SAX FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Following were the eales cm the San Krancisco
StiH-k racfcatge yi-sterday:
Regular UotoJr£ Sp«»|on
500 Atlanta 19(1000 Rescue Eula IS
7<x» Best & Belch. Oβ, 400 Se X Belcher » 11
500 Com Fraction. 12' 200 Sierra Nev 35
1000 Midway 45! 500 Sierra Ney " 32
fiQQ North Star .. 36; .100 Ton Merger ''. 96
2000 North Star .. 35! 600 Union Con. ...'. 43
100 Ophlr 52;
Afternoon Session
1100 Belmont ...e.O'm 800 Mon Pitts Ex "4
2300 Best * Belch. O.V 500 Np t Hills 'l Si)
10Q Caledonia .... l. 007500 North Star . .'. *8B
200 Oent Eureka.. 2S>! coo Occidental 70
500 Challenge 03' 400 Ophlr 50
100 Con V» M.... 32' 300 Ophlr " 4ft
3(iO Con Va M .1111000 Rescue Euia " 18
1400 Con Va M... 33 1200 Scorpion 0»
100 Crown Point.. 3v lfto Scorpion 10
100 Crown Point.. 53<1200 Seg Belcher 11
1000 Gypsy Queen.. OS" 700 Ton Merger 95
1100 Hale & Nore. 102600 Ton Merger 96
100 Mexican .. .1.874! r<oo Ton of \>v. n7o
300 Mexican I.Bo' 300 Ton of Ser 673
W0 Mexican .. .I.TTWI3OO Cnion Con .'." '44
r>oo Mexican 1.T.V2000 mio:i Con 45
100 Mexican 1.90 f>oo T'tah ... 03
200 Mizpah Ex . . 82[ 300 West End 1 62V,
500 Mizpah Ex .. 83! 200 Yellow Jacket. 40
InforniHi *«*«<:|nn
500 Atlanta 1JV2500 Mlsspah Er ... 81
100 Belcher 3i;I4OO Montana 2.03
1000 Ri, le Bnll rtH . - fto Npv H)]1(( j4 _
300 Cent Eureka.. 25 3000 Nor rh Star 35
500 Con Va M 33! 100 Ophir 50
200 Oown Point.. 33 r ,no Ton Merger fl7
1500 .liin Butler .. 70 ! 500 I». b3O 99
3000 Juiuho Etc ... 32' . r .OO Tramp Con '' 02
r.OO Jumbo Ex ... 31' 800 West Eiwl 1 6,"
900 Girt Con M.2.47U! r>oo Do, s 15..162%
1000 Gould A Cur. 02| V'>*'W»
CLOSING QI'OTATIONS
CAr.irORNIA
Bid. Ask.' Bld.Ask.
Brunswick Ton 30 —IKeane Wonder. — 23
Cent Eureka.. 24 —;So Eureka M.1.50 —
NEVADA
ConiMocke
Bld.Aik.i Bid. Auk.
Alpha 01 02iHale A Norc. 09 11
Alt* — oeJJulla Con — 04
Andes 03 O4!.Tn«tice 02
Pflcher 2O SllKentuck Con.. — 0.->
Best * Belch. 05 Ofi'Mexiritn I.SO 1.82
Bruns Chollar. 12 —'Occidental 70
Bmns potosi.. 12 —iOphir 51 52
Riilllon 03'Oj-erman So
Caledonia fto n.iPotosl 03 04
Challenge .... 02 O4 Savage on 10
<"holiar 02 03!Seg Belcher ..11 lz
Confidence ... 40 —'Scorpion 10 12
Con Va M.... 33 S.VSterre Nev ... 34 XI
Oon Imperial.. 02 03iSllver Hill ... — 10
Crown Point.. 30 srVT'nlon Con 4« 47
Exchequer ... n3 O.*»!T;tah 03 0."
Gould & Cur. 01 02jYellow Jacket. 3» 41
TonooHh nistrlrt
Beimont 9.1". 9.3o!Montana 2.00 2.10
Boston Ton .. 03 04lMon Pitts Ex. 24 25
CasU Bor 08 OBJNorth Star ... 34 .Iβ
East End — Iβ; Rescue Eula ..18 19
Old Zone ... — 20' Ton Exten ...2.57 2.85
Grt West Con 02 03' Ton Gypsy Qn. 07 OR
Halifax I.RO —|To n Merger ... 98 99
Jim Butler .. 70 7l!Ton of Ner...e.50 —
MacNamara .. 20 2HTr>n Iβ Con... Oβ 17
■Midway 44 4«lT"matllla 03 04
Mizpah Ex .. 81 83iWest End 1.65 1.70
Gold«»''i «f*ffct
Adams — OljGld Kewanas.. 05 Oβ
Atlanta IS itfGld Merger If. 31 32
Blue Bell ... 01 02!<3randma — 02
Blue Bull ... OS OO'iJreat Bend .. 02 03
Booth 0.-» oejGrt Bond Anx. — 01
COD 07 OS Ort Bend Ex.. — 01
Columbia Mt.. 03 04! Jumbo Ex 31 32
Cons Fraction. 11 12!1.0ne Star Con. 04 0«
Conqueror Oon — Ol'Oro 03 f>4
Cracker Jack. — Ollßed Ifills 01 03
Dtnd B Bntte ißed Top Ex.. — 01
(reorganised) O4 06' Sandstorm Ken 02 03
T>mdfld Daisy. — Or.jSllver Pick Con 07 08
Florence TO 80; Spearhead Gold 03 04
Dull Market for All Cash Grains
Barley Futures Quiet and Weak
SUMMARY OH
THE MARKETS
Reactionary tendency in "Wall
street »tock market
General upward trend in copper
Mecuritle*.
Bullish ginning: report excitee cot
ton future*.
Spot coffee and future* remain
dull.
Wheat shoTve temporary strength
in Chicago pit.
Local market for spot grains in-,
active.
Barley options sell don a in a dull
market.
Government report indicate* rec
ord corn crop.
>o further change* in bean quota
tion*.
Grain bag* steady at recent de
cline.
Egg and dairy produce unchanged.
River potatoes atill selling at bed
rock price*.
Xew crop rhubarb appears from
across the bay.
Carload of navel oranges rolling
this way,
Poultry market in satisfactory
condition.
Drop in Mexican mining shares
weakens Comfttock*.
Frances Mhk.. 01 —!St Ivee — 85
Gold Bar Gld. 05 —Vernal — in
Old Bulldog... — 05 Wonder — 01
Gld Con M...2.43 2.6o!Yenow Tiger.. 02 03
Gld Portland.. — 01!
Bullfrog District
Bonnie Clare.. 01 — ITramp Oon ..02 03
Mayflower Oon 01 02]
Manhattan District
Dexter Union. 02 04! Man W Cap*. 11 12
Gold Wedge... 09 10 Mln Hill Oon. 01 02
Man Big Four 43 44 Mornlnj Glory. — 04
Man Amalgam 05 — Mustang Man.. 02 03
Man Oon .... 14 15 Mustang Anx.. — 04
Man Dexter .. 03 04 Stray Dogr ... — 03
Man Virgin!*. — OllThankegivlng. . — 04
Other Districts
Atlas Wonder. — 151PUU S Peak.. 88 90
Eagle's Neet. — 03! Raw Coalition, — 01
Fatrrw G Bid — OSrßound Mt Sβ 38
Nev Hills ...1.45 I.so|Tecop* Con ..07 15
AMMimfnt Directory Comsfock Mine*
Company— No. Del. Board. Sale Day. Amt.
Yellow Jacket. 42 Oct. 27 Der. 3 .10
Exchequer 23 Oct. 27 Not. 20 .03
Be«t & Belcner.loo Not. 1 Nor. 23 .05
Ophir 90 Nov. 3 Dee. 9 .15
Crown Point... 13 Nov. 7 Dec. 4 .10
Alpha Con 19 Not. 11 Deo. 4 .03
Scorpion 21 Nov. 23 Dec. 18 .01
Bruns Potoei... 3 Not. 24 Dec. 19 .01 ty
Con Virginia... 22 Nov. 24 Dec. 20 .15
Sierra Nevada.. 32 Not. 28 Dec. 23 .10
Challenge Con. 60 Dec. 2 Dec. 27 .05
Overman 40 Dec. 3 Dec. 24 .on
OIL STOCKS
« ,—_
jSAN' FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Bid. Ask.! Bid. Ask.
Am Oil .. — 45..WNew pa pet — 52
Caribou 90 I.2VPaciflc Crude — 63
Claremont.. — 65 Parafflne ... 25 —
Coal Central 20 —Palmer 19 —
Oal Monwk 75 —Republic ... 26
De Luxe ... 70 —iSauer Donigh. 1.55 —
Empire 75 — [Silver Tip... 50 —
Home _ 35'Sorereign ... — 15
111 Crude .. — 20[S W A 8... 18 —
Maricopa 36. 29 — Turner 90 —
McKlttrtck.. Oβ — W Coast pfd.75.00
Mid Premier -— 25 W X Oil Co. 1.95 2.00
SALES
Informal p. m.—■
150 Associated Oil 45.00
L.OS ANGELES OIL EXCHANGE]
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
LOS ANGELES. Nov. B.— Two large sales were
made thle morning In the off board department of
the Los Angeles Stock exchange. -Amalgamated
was the only active oil Issue. "Mexican preferred
has caused some excitement lately on account of
its Irregularity. In the afternoon Union Oil,
Union Provident and Amalgamated featured In
the rather listless trading. The call:
Producers— Bid Ask
Amalgamated Oil 84.00 —
American Crude Oil Co — .30
American Pet Co (pfd) 70.00 75.00
Associated Oil 45.00 46.00
Bear Creek Oil & M Co 50
California Midway Oil Co .15U
Central 1.00 1.20
Columbia 1.17U 1.30
Continental Oil — .25
Enos Oil Co .10
Euclid Oil Co 29 .35
Fullerton Oil 2.55 4.75
Globe — .06
Jade Oil —
Mascot Oil Co — .75
Mexican Pet Ltd. (pfd) 99.50 101.50
National Pacific OHI Co 03l£ —
Olinda Land Co (oil) ". 38 .42
Palmer Oil Co — .45
Pennsylvania Midway Oil Co.. —
Plru Oil & L Co 22 —
Rice Ranch Oil Co 106% —
Traders' OH Co 68.00 70.00
Unfon 99.00 100.00
Union Provident Co 99.12ȣ 100.00
United Petroleum i>B.oo 99.00
United. Oil Co •« .36%
West Coast Oil (pfd) 60.00 —
Western Union 70.00 100.00
i White Star Oil Co 10 —
SALES
Morning Session
10 Amalgamated Oil 84.75
Afternoon Session
50 Union * 98.75
10 Union BB.BTM
ISO Union Provident Co W.OO
20 Amalgamated Oil 84.50
1,000 National Pacific 03%
Off Board
2 Union Provident Co ©8.75
S Union 98.62^
GRAIN MARKET
♦ , +
Wheat and Other Grain*
Wheat—The nHuatlon In the local spot mar
ket did not show the least change yesterday, re
ceipts beln; light and trade merely of fair pro
portion*. Prices for all grades were unchanged.
Reports of war complications abroad and a
good export buslnese In Canada brought out some
actire buying: In Chicago, but the
market weakened later, and the advances scored
early were wiped out
CASH WHEAT
California white Australian. per
ctl; California cluh. $1.5CQ1.52i a ; northern club
ft.eogl.fi2K; Turkey red, *[email protected]; Russian
red. [email protected] : forty-fold, $1.52y.<ai.56; blue
wm, f1.57V»@1.60.
FUTURES
No quotations.
Barler—The market for futures experienced an
other of Its spasmodic declines yesterday, both
options selling down on a small volume of trade.
Butiness was of a scattering sort at both ses
sions of the call board. December opened frac
tionally lower at $1.40' i and continued to de
cline until the close of the afternoon session,
when It sold 1 cent below the morning's opontng
price. The distant May option startfd the day
raster at $I.4f>\ but rallied and closed at $1.46U,.
apalnst $1.47% on Thursday The spot market
was generally reported steady at the declines
announced yesterday, but. as was the case In
other grains, there wae not much life to trading
CASH BARLEY
Choice feed, $I.47V<j per ctl; No. 1 do $1 42U
@1.45; lower grades, f1.4(Vc(i.41; shipping and
brewing, $1.52V6©157Vi: ehPTallcr, nominal
KIffRF.S
11:30 a. m. Seeslon
Option— Open. High. Low. Close
December $1.45% 91.45%
May. 1913 1.46 1.46 V*, 1.46 1.46$
2. p. m. Session.
Option— Open. High. Low. Close.
December $1.4.1 $1.4.". $1.44i,i $1 44U,
May. 1913 1.46V 2 1.46$ 1.4614
Oats—There were no further price changes re
ported yesterday. The market continued quiet.
Red for feed, nominal; red for seed, $1.75&2 H>
including reoleaned; spot white feed, tl.s2\:,(fi
I.M; black seed. [email protected].
Corn—The department of agriculture issued Its
preliminary estimate of the country's total corn
production for the year yesterday. The crop,
according to the government figures is a world's
record breaker for »lze. The crop' Is estimated
Chicago Grain and Provision Future*
• (Furnished by E. F. Hutton & Co., 490 California street.>
CHICAGO, Nov. B.—The leading futures ranged as follows:
Wheat— Opun High Low Close Nov. 7 y Mr Aw
December $0.59»4 *0.«»T» $o.RB«i *0.59 $O.SS% 10 to*
Ma? {*<t, Kg 94% 94*4 Wlj i"no 3
Julr 90Tj 91 Va 90% 90! i 90% Mk
Corn—
Ppcember 50 M% 49% 4"H SO «3k.
y*J 4S« 49\» 49 84^
y oit»—' * 49M, 49T; * 40% * 9% i 9% e4^
«U SIVnn t Mv 4es .
T ror k- ■'"'* ■ ;J2a * 3 - T * ?» **
November '. Iβ. 4?>
January ..18.t»i 18«0 W.M VS.4l>i 3 l«.wi£ iftir
ld*~ 18,2 ° 182S 180 ° !S or> »•» ieiso
XovenitHT 10.72 V» 10.75 10.70 10.75 M«
January 10. 10.45 10.SO 10 «O i'w'u. *
»•«» 1( >-32Mi 10.20 fllo
Nnvember 10.co 10.«0 10.40 10.40 10 on
Jfno'wy 1005 10.07% 9.95 i'io
M »y 985 ft.9o 9.7S 9.75 ▼
at 3.1«9,000.000 bushels. The previous high rec
ord crop, which , was harvested in 1906; was less
than • 3.000.000,000 bushels. - ■ • :■■'
Eastern yellow In bulk, on track. $1.631J1.68
per etli eastern white, $1.65&1.70; Egyptian.
$1,650:1.70 per ctl. • . J, ' •
: Rye— per ctl.
Foreign Futures
-■'■'• ■*'■■"■'•■- LIVERPOOL ••■. •"■■" ' I '
Wheat— . Dec March. Mr»
Opening 7 7*4 7 T« • T 5%
Cl * ta « PAeW* 7 ?SS
Wheat— ',:■. • ! ■ , Not. Mar.-June
Opening ....*.:......:.*.. $1.46»4 $142%
Urging ..................... 1.48%, 1 42%
•'•Flour, per barrel— ' ' s Nor. Jan. Feb.
Opening ...;........'...;..V. $6.43 " . $6.21
C105ing..................... 6.43 6.23
;• • CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
V ; Future Grain • and Provisions *
CHICAGO. Nor. B.—Chances that Austria
would resort to arms :in keeping Servia ' from
the Adriatic brought about a decided advance
today lin ( wheat. Most of the gain, • however,
failed to hold, the market finishing unsettled.
He to V»c higher. There was a big trade m
wheat throughout the day. Pit traders almost
unanimously •- found . themselves on ' the bear side
of ;. the ■ market and unprepared for war news. A
December fluctuated between 88\<\ 89% c and W
90c. with final transactions at S9@S9*}»c, a rise
of H«2»*c net. .■" ■ ■-■ ■.."'-. ' "..; ■: -..,.-•
Corn trader* received a surprise In the bullish
nature of the government . crop ' report. The
figures,' however, arrived too late to be a ' factor ■
in today's market. December ranged from 4f>%c
to 50% c, closing steady, %c lower, at 49
49% c. . Gash grades were ■in good demand.
Oats under last night. ...' Nc*.
. The provisions' close showed a decline fo*«.i
the active ■ options, ■ generally 5c to 15c. '",':£
CHICAGO. Nov. B.—B. F. Hutton & Co. , * wire
says: j. ... ~ >v . -. -, . ,
"Wheat—Speculators bought all the forenoon
on war complications abroad and export business
in Canadian wheat, . but found themselves over
loaded on the advance and have been unloading
ever since. - All of the early advance wae wlpM
out. There was influential local buying of suffi
cient volume to start shorts covering, in addition
to the demand from miscellaneous Investors, who
were worried over alleged troubles between Aus
tria and Rervia. . Northwestern cash and future
markets . were very strong. While the . advance
here was on, mills and elevators were competing.
The milling call here was poor. The situation In
a legitimate way has not changed. There Is the
same continued heavy marketing by producers, no
adequate outlet, and every Indication that the
Argentine crop is coming on without accident for
important competition . later. World's shipments
promise to be quite heavy this week—14.568,000
bushels, against 11,504,000 last week and 10,800,
000 a year ago. United States and Canada
shipped 5.7*58.000 bushels this week, against
8,326,000 a year ago. Northwestern wheat stocks
have increased a little less this week than a year
ago. Cash sales were 30,000 bushels.
' "Corn scored a sharp advance early, weakening
later. , The wheat advance, , strength shown in
corn early and similar Influential local buying as
in wheat and oats stimulated buying to cover
shorts and for Investment early. These and other
wants were I supplied by \ resting orders in the
hands of commission houses later, the cash mm
market also weakening. There was a great deal
of short selling on the bulge, which, along with
the realizing sales, materially weakened the list.
December leading. . Cash corn was 2c to 3c
I higher early. Cash sales were 110,000 bushels.
■ Charters \ were 150,000 bushels, at l%c c. I. f.
Buffalo. '■■■ ..■::.-■- ■ v :-:•,:■.■...:■ >'-j •■' ■■ - ■■ -
"Oats have followed the other grains, showing
strength | under special buying early, the short
and . new investment demand being largely by
smaller traders, but effective on prices and the
entire list weakened later when early buyers tried
to unload It was evident that resting orders in
the hands of commission houses had supplied the
best of the demand on the bulge. Cash demand
was rather slim. Sales reported were 24.".000 «
bushels, Including 75.000 for export. ■ Argentina 9
reported : offering oats for January shipment nW':
considerably . lower than American asking prices.
. "Provisions were a shade higher at the outset.
but there ; was very free selling by yesterday's
largest buyers and the market ultimately became
waterlogged and weak. Shorts were the best buy
ers during, the decline." .- *.;,.:,i> ...
. (ash Grain and Provision*
CHICAGO. Nov. r B.—Cash '•. quotations were *as
follows: .. Flour, easy: rye No. '2, 66(g<37r: bar
ley, feed or mixing, 45*3520; fair to choice malt
ing, S7<g7le: timothy seed, [email protected]; clover «•*•<!.
$l3rt?18: mess pork, $16.50<?i17: lard (In tierce* .
$10.7o<S10.So: short ribs -(loose),
■ ' ' . GRAIN STATISTICS /
Total clearances of wheat and flour were equal
to 308,000 ■ bushels. Exports j for - the week, as
shown .by ■ Bradstreet's. were equal to 5,769,000
bushels. b Primary receipts were 2,163,000 busii
,els, compared : with 1,185,000 bushels the ; corre
sponding day a year ago. Estimated receipts for
tomorrow: Wheat 138 car*, corn 140 cars, oats
360 cars, hogs 9,000 head. : y ;.'
Crop Report ; For Jforemter
WASHINGTON. Nov. - B.—A corn crop ,of
3.169,137,000 bushels, or 281,921.000 bushels more
than the greatest crop of corn ever grown In
any country of the world. Is the feature of the
country's most ■ remarkable agricultural ! year -in
history, " according to the November crop report
of the federal department of agriculture issued
today. . ..■.-/■■..-■. -■■■; , - \ . ..
; The report completed the government's pre
liminary j estimate of , the national principal farm
crops. ." :; : ■ , . " - . ■ •."' '
■-This great crop of corn was , worth on Novem
ber 1. to farmers $1,850,778,000. . ; v :
' The enormous sum of $4,171,184,000 repre
sented : the farm value •on November . 1 of the
crops of corn, hay, wheat, oats, potatoes, barley,
flaxseed, rye 1 and buckwheat, with the value
of ; the I growing cotton crop . and i the • crops .of
tobacco, . rice and " apples, " the » aggregate value £ »
of - these principal * farm prodtiete - will amount SB'
to I well beyond , $5,000,000,000.
The November crop < report of the department
of agriculture announces: ■ '•<->■ ■ • " ■
1 Corn—Production, 3,169.137,000 bushels;, sere
age yield. 20.3 bushels; November average farm
price, 58.4 cents; quality, 101.1 per cent; 1911
corn on farms November 1, 64.764,000 bushels.
Buckwheat —Production. 19.124.000; acre yield.
22.9: farm price. 65.5; f quality, 100.8.
Potatoes —Production. ; 414.288,000; acre yield,
112.3: farm price. 45.5; quality, 102.4.
Flaxseed—Production, • 29.755,000; acre yield,
9.9: farm : price. ■ 133.4; quality. - 101.2.
» Tobacco —Production. - 959,437,000 pounds; acre
yield, 803.4: quality, 1100.5. •■-•-'.
Apples—Production, 60.9 per cent of full crop;
quality, 83.05. ■. .
s Wheat—Farm price, 83.8; weight per measured
bushel, 58.3. : ; . ' . . ' ■
Oats —Farm price. 33.6: weight, 33.
Barley—Farm price, , 58.8; weight, 46.8.
The yield per acre and the produotion of corn
and potatoes in the principal states follows. In
part: , .- *■ - ' " : . :ir"--- "•■ . :
-.■.--.--• , ; •'-■ CORN ■
'v State — " ■ Yield. Production.
Texas ;.;:........... ".. 21.1 153.000.rtd0
South Dakota ......".;;...... 30.6 78,347.
•»■-,■;,: ::.!%.- f POTATOES
• State— • • Yield. Production.
Colorado ."...:......... 95 8,075.000
New York Grain Market -'
. I NEW YORK. Nov. 8. —Flour—lower.
Wheat —Spot steady: No. 2 red. $1.06 elevatne "
end " $1.07 f'o. 'b. afloat Futures closed at *„♦ -
advance to "%c* decline; December, 96T»c; M»yc
$1.00%. V; ■ ■-~. ;.>.. '•. ■<■ "■'■' \ ■>„■■* -
• i Northern 'Wheat Market ;
■ :■';' *'' ; WASHTNOTON ;:>:^- ; ■ >?■"
■r TACOMA. Nov. 8. -Wheat—Bluestem. 81@
*2»ac: forty-fold. 80c; , club and fife. 79c; red Rus
sian. 77c.
SEATTLE. Nov. 8. -Wheat—Rlnestem. " 8114 c;
forty-fold. 7f»c: club. 7Sc; (We, 77-; red Russian.
Mr*'.' Car receipts for the last two days—Wheat
100, oats 7, hay 19. . flour 12. barley 1. .•' '■
'•'?„' OREGON
PORTLAND. Nov. B.—Wheabr-Track prices:
Club. 78c; bluestem. 80@81c; forty-fold. 7*070,-.
red Russian. 7t}o: ml ley. 7f>c. Car receipts—
Wheat 107, barley 2«. flour 5, oats 12, hay 12. .'•
Minneapolis* Grain; Diiliith 1 Inured
-' MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 8. — Wheat — December. *-
84 T j«o- May. om4flJ9o%e: cash—No. ; 'l hard W f
W%c: No. 1 northern, 85% f e.s6%e; No. 2 north
ern, S.T5j;W t hC. , . ; ,
7 Barley --40*1 file. : . . .. . t
Rye —No 2, 58$|61c. s
Flax- -fl.Syfti 1.40. •' ' :.\ ■.;
DTLTTH. Nov. B.—Linseed—On ' track • and to
arrive. $1.41; November. $1.40 bid: December
$1.37 Vi bid; January, $1.38Va, nominal; ' May,
&*• ' r •'••■••-, : .-. -v
- : ~ -. ;' Liverpool Wheat
rV LIVERPOOL, Nov. B.—Wheat—Spot. MmAt'
futures, steady. December, 7s 7Ud;- MarcH '■ 7s
7«id; Msy, 7s T>%<\. - . . : - > y\ \ \. 'i

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