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WAT PRKED UP
COT BRING BY SHORTS RESULTED
IN A SEVEN-EIGHTHS BILGE
IN M A Y.
FINAL PRICES THE BEST.
DECEMBER DEALT IX VERY SPAR
INGLY AM) CLOSED A HALF
LOWER.
A SHARP ADVANCE FOR STOCKS.
The Tend of (lie Market Upward
v» Kiitnit ji Break During the
Entire Session.
J L
MARKET SUMMARY.
Prey.
Wheat. Cloße. Day
May, Chicago 92% 91%
May, Minneapolis 90% 89%
May, Duluih 91% 91%
May, New York 93)4 »3%
FINANCIAL.
Bar silver. New York 56 56%
Call money, New York. .. .2@3 2@2%
__ __ __
CHICAGO, Dec. 18.— Wheat was Very dull,
but flrm today. Strong outside and foreign
markets and anticipations of less bearish
•ta/tlstlcs Monday caused some covering by
shorts, resulting in %@%c advance in May.
Other markets also leaned decidedly toward
the bull side, corn and oats advancing about
%c each and provisions closing 2%@7%c
higher. Wheat opened very tame, but quite
firm at about %c higher than it closed the
flay before. May 91% c. It sold a few mo
ments later at 92c and for some time held
at 91%@92c. The week's clearances of wheat
and flour, as reported by Bradstreet's, were
considerably smaller than they have been
running for a long time back. The amount
of the week's clearances from both coasts
is 4,604,000 bu. against 6,266,000 bu a week ago
and 4,222,000 bu the corresponding day of the
year before. The Minneapolis and Duluth
receipts today were 650 cars, against 688 last
week and 376 the corresponding day of 1898.
Chicago received 228 cars, against 35 last
year on the similar day. Minneapolis and
Duluth receipts for the week were 633 cars
less than they were the week previous. It
was reported from Minneapolis that 140 cars
of their receipts today were Armour & Co.'s
wheat, en route from Eureka station to Chi
cago. Weather in Argentine was reported
more favorable. Beerbohm estimated the
world's shipments for the week to Europe
at 8,000,000 bu and expects a decrease in
the quantity on passage. Minneapolis
announced its estimate to its stock of wheat
for the week from 1,000.000 bu Increase as
reported yesterday to from 500,000 bu to 600,
--000 bu increase. In addition to wheat de
livered yesterday afternoon for December
contracts, 1,200,000 bu were delivered out to
day by Armour & Co., and paid for by Allen,
Grier & eller. It had already been taken
for granted, however, by the trade that all
the wheat sold to French-Leiter would be
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taken care of, and that they have for semo
time back had the money in the bank ready
to pay on demand. Outside markets all
showed strength. The day's clearances of
wheat and flour were swelled to a total of
590.000 bu the additional information that
New Orleans shipped 205,000 bu wheat and
22,000 bbls of flour, and Galve^ton 56,000 bu
wheat. The market became much firmer in
tone near the close and made its best prices
for the day then. Snorts covered quite freely
and as offerings were moderate prices moved
up easily. May finally rose to 92%@92%c,
and was bringing 92% cas the session ended.
December was dealt in very sparingly. It
closed at 99 or %c lower than it did yester
day.
Corn was dull. May ranged from 29%@29%c
and 28% c and closed %@&c higher at 29%®
29Vic. With the exception of about fifteen
minutes' activity toward the close, trading
in oats was very dull. May ranged from
22^<§22%e, closing 14c higher at 22% c. Trad
ing in provisions was fairly active. At the
close May pork was 5@7%c higher at $8.82®
8.80, May lard 2%@5e higher at [email protected]>,
and May ribs 2%<65c higher at $4.52%. Esti
mated receipts Monday: Wheat, 425 ears;
corn, 250 cars; oats, 350 cars; hogs, 40,000
head.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
'~§ s c s
g & * I
?? ? f
Wheat- j ' j f" j !
Dec 98% 99% 98% 99
J? n &4 94% 93% 94%
May 91% 92% 91% 92%
Corn— 111
Dec 25% 26% 28% 26%
Jan 26% 26% 26% 26%
Mav_ 29 29y 4 25% 29%
Dec 21%! 21%| 21% 21%
May ••■ 22%| 22%| 22% 22%
Mess Pork— I • I
Dec 765
Jan 855 860 855 860
May 885 885 8 52% 885
Lard-
Dec 4 42%
Jan 450 455 450 455
May 4 67% 4 72% 4 67% 4 72%
Ribs— I 1 1
Dec I 4 3714
Jan 4 37%! 4 37% 4 37% 4 37%
May 4 52% l 4 52%| 4 50_i_4 M%
Cash quotations were as follows— F:our
dull; winter patents, $4.70©4.50; straights,
$4.20f4.40; spring specials, $.".35; spring pat
ents. [email protected]; straights, $4.10ffi4.40; bakers'
[email protected]. No. 2 spring wheat, ST^fflSSc- No
3 spring wheat, S2@B4c; No. 2 red. 99c; No 2
corn, 26% c; No. 2 yellow corn, 26% - No 2
oats, 2214 c; No. 2 white, f. o. b., "24®24%c-
No. 3 white, f. o. b., 23^2-I^c; No. 2 rye, 46c;
barley, f. o. b., 26<S3Sc; No. 1 flaxseed
$1.16\[email protected]%; prime timothy seed, $2.02%®
2.C5. Mess pork, per bbl. $7.65(37.70; lard, per
100 lbs, $4.55®4.57%: short ribs sides (loose),
$4.52%(f?4.70; dry salted shoulders (boxed). 4%
@4%c; short clear sides (boxed). $4.57%ffi4.77i/>
Whisky, distillers' finished goods, per galj
$1.19. Sugars, cut loaf, 5.95 c; granulated
5.32 c. Receipts— Flour, 22, COO bbls; wheat,
368,000 bu; corn. 243 000 bu; oats, 332,000 bu;
rye, 14,000 bu; barley, 45.C00 bu. Shipments-
Flour. 15.000 bbls: wheat, S.OOO bu: corn, 68.000
bu; oats, 232,000 bu; rye, 700 bu; barley. 10.000
bu. On the produce exchange to^ay the but
ter market was steady; creameries, 15g22c;
dairies, 12@19c. Eggs steady; fresh, 20c.
Cheese quiet, B@<B%c.
MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN.
MINNEAPOLIS, Dee. 18.— Wheat opened
higher and stronger this morning and ruled
comparatively steady throughout the morn
ing session. That being said there is but
little left to be told about the wheat mar
ket today. The much talked of Chicago corn
er in December wheat deters both the specula
tive dealer and the investor. The news of
the day was very meager, as is usual on
Saturady. Liverpool cables quoted wheat
steady at %c higher than yesterday's close,
and was a surprise to the trade on the face
of our weakness of yesterday. Guesses are
being made that fhe visible will show an in
crease of 1,500.000 bushels on Monday. Our
local stocks will show an increase of about
THE} SAINT PAUL G1,03 3: MONDAY, DECEMBER 2O f 1897.
650,000 bu. December wheat opened at 90% c,
being %c under yesterday, advanced to 92c,
lost Me by 11:45 and closed at 91% c. May
wheat opened at 89% c, being %c higher
than yesterday's close, advanced to 89%@S9'/gC,
vanced sharply to 90%<g90J/ic, lost l-16c, firmed
up to SOM.c straight by 11:45 and closed at
90% c. The cash wheat market was fairly
active with a better demand from local
millers than for a week past No. 1 northern
sold mostly on a basis of 3@4c over May,
with a few choice cars at 5c over to go out.
No. 2 northern and lower grades sold rela
tively better than yesterday. Receipts here
were 593 cars. Shipments, 220 cars.
RANGE OP PRICES.
Open- High- Low- Closing,
ing. est. est. Today. Yes
May 89% 90% 89% 90% 89%
July 88% 88
December 90% 92 90% 91% 90%
On Track— No.. 1 hard, 94c; No. 1 north
ern, 92% c; No. 2 northern, 87c; December
oats, 22% c; corn, 25c; flaxsecd, $1.16.
Curb on May wheat 90%-90%
Puts on May wheat, sellers 89%
Calls on May wheat 90%
SAMPLE SALES.
No. 1 northern, 2 cars 93%
No. 1 northern, 18 cars 93^4
No. 1 northern, 22 cars 93
No. 1 northern, 22 cars 93
No. 1. northern, 1,600 bu, to arrive ....93*4
No. 1 northern, 1 car 92%
No. 1 northern, 4 cars 94
No. 1 northern. 15,000 bu, to arrive ....93%
No. 1 northern, 1 car 94%
No. 1 northern, 650 bu, to arlve 93 ! 2
No. 1 northern, 5,000 bu, to arrive 93%
No. 1 northern, 5,000 bu, to arrive 91
No. 2 northern, 13 cars 86%
No. 2 northern, 11 cars »i
No. 2 northern, 7 cars, choice 88
FLOUR.
Flour— The flour trade is said to be more
avtlce, with a better foreign inquiry.
Millers report good sales of flour late yes
terday, and that today's cables are expected
to bring large acceptances.
First patents $5 10*7 5 20
Second patents 5 00@5 10
First clears 4 8506 00
Second clears 3 75@4 00
In wood, 20c extra is charged.
COARSE GRAINS AND FEED.
Corn— No. S yellow, 24% c; No. 3, 24c; No. 4,
23%@23%e. No sales reported.
Oats— No. 3, 22@22%c.
Rye— No. 2, 44c.
Barley— No. 5, 23c.
STATE GRAIN INSPECTION.
Northern.
Railroads. No.lhd.No.l N0.2.N0.3.Rej.N0
G. N.— B. Dlv .... 5 11 17 11 9 1
G. N.— F. F. Div.2o 151 26 10 26 2
C, M. & S*. P... 1 31 41 31 10 1
M. & St. L 2 6 25 8
Soo Lkie 1 16 12 9 4
Northern Paeinc .. 32 13 1 1
C.,St.P..M. & 0... 9 40 18 23 2
C. G. \V 1
Total 27 253 155 105 82 6
Other Grains— Winter wheat, 20 cars; No. 2
corn, 1 ear; No. 3 corn, 31 cars; No. 4 corn,
3 cars; no grade corn, 1 car; No. 3 oats, 23
cars; no grade oats, 2 cars; No. 2 rye, 3 cars;
no grade rye, 1 car; No. 3 barley, 1 car; no
grade barley, 3 cars; No. 1 flax. 20 cars; re
jected flax, 2 cars; no grade flax, 1 car.
Cars Inspected Out— Wheat— No. 1 hard, 1
car; No. 1 northern, 317 cars; No. 2 north
ern, 1 car; No. 2 northern ! car; No, 3,
1 car; rejected, 12 cars; winter wueat. 1 car;
No. 3 corn, 31 cars; No. 4 corn, 1 car; No.
3 oats, 12 cars; No. 5 barley, 3 cars; No. 3
rye, 3 cars; no grade. 1 car; No. 1 flax, 1 car.
DULUTH GRAIN.
DULUTH. Minn., Dec. 18.— Market was
very dull today; opened %c up at 9iy 2 e; sold
91>4c at 10:55, at !»%c at 11 :2B, ;-t 91% c at.
11:40, and at 91% c at 11:55. The cl) 30 was
at 91% c bid Cash sales were 25,000 to ele
vators mostly at December prices; No. 1
hard cash, 93c bid; No. 1 northern, cash,
93c bid: No. 2 northern, 85c bid; No. 3, M)%c;
December, 93c bid; May, 91% c bid. To ar
rive — No. 1 northern, 94% c bid; rye, -!5%c b'd;
oats, 27@26%c. Car flax, $1.16; May, M.21%.
Corn, 27@26%c Car Inspection— Wheat, 57
ears; corn, 23 cars; oats, 11 cars; rye, 17
cars; barley, 3 cars; flax, 12 cars. Receipts-
Wheat, 36,456 bu; corn, 16.111 bu; oats, 1,005
bu; rye, 656 bu; flax, 7,404 bu; shipments,
wheat, 19.850 bu.
ST. PAUL GRAIN.
Quotations on hay. grain, feed, etc., fur
nished by Grlggs Bros., commission mer
chants:
Wheat was very dull Saturday. Prices
ranged about the -same as on Friday. No. 1
northern, 92ft@93«4c; No. 2 northern, 85@88c.
Corn— No. 3 yellow, 526%<526c; No. 3, 26@
25% c.
Rye— 43@44c.
Barley— 2s@3oo.
Oats— No. 3 white, 21%@22c; No. 3, 20@21c.
Seed— Timothy, ' [email protected]; red clover, $3.20
$3.80; flax, $1.12@?.13. '
Flour— Patents,! per bbl, J4.5055.20; straight,
[email protected]; baker*', $4(g>4.30; rye flour, $3.20®
3.40.
Ground Feed and MJllstuffs— No. 1 feed,
$10.75@ll; coarse cornmeal, [email protected]; bran,
bulk, $7.75@8; shorts, 'sß@B.so.
Hay — Market very dull, excepting for choic
est qualities. Receipts liberal. No demand
whatever for conamon -hay. Choice to fancy
upland, [email protected]; fair, to good wild upland,
[email protected]; inferior qualities, [email protected]; tim
othy, good to choice. [email protected]. Straw steady;
oats, [email protected]; rye, [email protected].
OTHER GRAIN MARKETS.
NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Dee. 18.— Flour— Receipts, 33,
--228 bbls; exports, 14,655 bbls; Inactive, but
nominally steady. Rye flour dull. Buckwheat
flour quiet. Buckwheat qu:et. Cornmeal
quiet. Rye dull. Barley quiet. Barley malt
quiet. Wheat— Receipts, 186,850 bui exports,
59,086 bu; spot steady; No. 2 red, 98% c; op
tions, %@%c net higher; No. 2 red, Decem
ber, 98%<§99M,; closed 99c; May, 93%@93%c;
closed 93% c. Corn— Receipts, 51,675 bu; ex
ports, 10,554 bu; No. 2 corn, 34*4 c; options,
%c net lower; May, 34% c; December closed
32c. Oats— Receipts, 62,400 bu; exports, 141,
--413 bu; spot, dull; No. 2 oats, 27@27 1 4c; op
tions, dull; December closed 27i4c;~ May, 27%
@27% c; closed 27% c.
ST. LOUIS.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 18.— Wheat higher; No.
2 red, cash, elevator, 9S^c; track, 99c@$l;
December. 98% c; January, 96M>e; May, 95 ] /4c;
July, 80% c; No. 2 hard, cash, SSe. Corn highe
er; No. 2 cash, 25'^c; December, 24% c; Jan
uary, 24^c; May, 28 1 / aC. Oats higher; No. 2
cash, elevator. 21^c; track, 22V>e; December,
21% c; May, 22% c; No. 2 white, 25c.
LIVERPOOL.
LIVERPOOL, Dec. 18.— Closing: Wheat
firm, unchanged to %d higher; December, 7s
4%d; March, 7s 4%d; May, 7s 3V£d. Corn
steady, hk@ x AA lower; December, 3s 2'^d;
March, 3s l%d.
MILWAUKEE.
MILWAUKEE.Dec. IS.— Flour steady; wheat
firmer; No. 1 northern, 92c; No. 2 spring, 87c;
May, 92% c. Corn quiet; No. 3, 261,4 c. Oats
firm; No. 3 white, 23M>@233ic. Rye quiet;
No. 1, 46^c. Barley quiet; No. 2, 40c; sam
ple. 32@47^c
TOLEDO.
TOLEDO, Dec. 18.— Wheat dull, higher; No.
2, cash and December, 95^4c; May, 94& c asked.
Corn active, steady; No. 2 mixed, cash and
December, 27c. Oats dull, steady; No. 2
mixed, 22c. Rye nominal; No. 2 cash, 46% c.
KANSAS CITY.
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 18.— Wheat offerings
light; feeling rirm; No. 1 hard, 88^c; No. 4,
84% c; No. 3, 81^c; No. 4, 80% c; No. 1 soft,
94c; No. 2, 93c; No. 3, 91c; No. 4, 89c; No. 2
spring, 82 I ,£c; No. 3, 79'^c. Corn firm, %c
higher; No. 2 white, 23% c. Oats firm; No. 2,
demand none; No. 2 mixed, 22@22 1 / jjc. Rye,
No. 2, 44c.
PRODUCE.
ST. PAUL MARKET.
Note — The quotations which follow are for
goods which change hands in lots in the open
market. In filling orders, in order to secure
the best goods for shipping and to cover
the cost incurred, an advance over jobbing
prices has to be charged:
Butter — Market firm on all grades.
Creameries —
Extras 21 1 / &<S>.22
Firsts 20 @.20M>
Dairies —
Firsts 15 @.17
Seconds 15 @.18
Hand separator 19 @.2O
Roll and print. IS @.17
Extras 19 @.20
Ladles —
Extras 14 @.lo
Firsts .12 @.13
Packing stock 12 @.13
Cheese — Market steady. Offerings large.
Twins, fancy full cream, new.. .10 ©.lO 1 /^
Twins, fair to good 08 ©.03
Full cresm, Young Ameiici, new. .10%©. 11
Swiss cheese 12 0.13
Brick, No. 1 .12
Brick, No. 2 09 @.10
Eggs — Market steady; receipts moderate.
Candled stock, fresh cases in
cluded 14%??. 15
Beans and Peas— Market quiet; supply mod
erate.
Fancy navy, per bu [email protected]
Medium, hand picked, per bu .. [email protected]
Yellow peas, per bu .Goto) .70
Potatoes— Steady.
Burbanks, car lots, per bu 48® .50
Early Ohios, car lots, per bu .. .55
Mixed stock, car lots, per bu .. .40(5) .43
Sweet potatoes, per bbl [email protected]
Vegetables —
Radishes, per doz .40
Cauliflower, per doz [email protected]
Beets, per bu .40
Celery, per doz '" ... .2")
Rutabagas, per bu .40
Turnips, per bu .40
Mint, per doz ...''...;. .30
Carrots, per bu .25
Cucumbers, per doz 1.00
Parsley, per doz .. .'. .20
Egg plant, per doz . . : .75
Miscellaneo-js —
Concord grapes, basket 1 .20
Catawba grapes, S-Fb basket .... .15
Malaga grapes, bbl /. [email protected]
Cranberries — ; ((!
Bell and bugle, bbl 6.5007.00
Cape Cod, bbl '.' 6.00(?i)6..M)
Jersey cranberries, bbl [email protected]
Apples— «0
Jonathans, bbl A l .. ..J [email protected]
Ben Davis, bbl .: 3. 50iR4.n0
Winesaps, bbl ;■' [email protected]
Common, bbl .... .' [email protected]
Lemons —
Fancy Messinas, per box [email protected]
California, per Box [email protected]
Oranges-
California Navels 3.75^4.00
California seedlings, box 2. 7553.00
Mexicans, box [email protected]
Floridas, box 5.00
Nut*—
Hickory, per bu 1.75
New California walnuts, 1b 09 @.10
Black walnuts, per bu .75<51.00
Peanuts, raw, per lb 04 1 .^ff1.05
Peanuts, roastt-d, per lb 05 1 2®-06
Brazils, per lb 08 @.O9
Pecans, per lb 06 @.07
Filberts, per lb 09 (ff.lo
Hazelnuts, per lb 05 @.06
Chestnuts, per lb .20
Bananas — Supply large, demand active.
Choice shipping, large bunches.. [email protected]
Figs and Dates —
Figs, fancy, five crowns 13 @.14
Figs, fancy, four crowns 11 @.12
Fard dates, 10-lb boxes 07 0.08
Hallowee dates, new 05 @.05%
Honey —
White clover 11 @.12
Extracted 05 @.O6
Maple syrup, per gallon 1.00
Apple Cider —
Sweet, per bbl [email protected] I
Sweet, per half bbl [email protected]
Hard, per bbl [email protected]
Hard, per half bbl [email protected]
(No charge for package or carriage.)
Dressed Meats — Supply moderate; demand
good.
Veal, fancy 07 @.07i,£
Veal, medium 06 @.06%
Hogs, country dressed [email protected]
Mutton, country dressed 06 (g.W/fc!
Spring lambs, pelt off 08 ©.08^4
Dressed Poultry —
Turkeys, lb 09 @.O9^
Chickens, lb 05 @.06V6
Hens, lb ~.....v. 04 @.04Vi
Ducks, lb 07 @.O8
Geese, lb 06 ®.O7
Fish — Good demand.
Pickerel, lb .04
Sunflsh, per lb / .03
Pike, per lb j. .08
Game —
Mallard ducks, doz ..'s. , B.oo® 3.50
Canvasback ducks, otfz [email protected]
Common ducks, doz .t, 1.50
Plover, per doz f. „. [email protected]
Woodcock, per doz .^', [email protected]
Bear carcass, hlio on,-Jb .12® .18
Small rabbits, d;oz [email protected]
Jack rabbits, doz S.DOfiS.OO
§i
LIVESTOCK.
UNION STOCKYARDS.
Receipts — 430 hogs, 226 cattle, 12 calvea, 677
sheep.
Hogs — Strong and active. The few bunches
on the market sold early to Swift at 6o ad
vance. Quality only fair.
Representative Sales^ —
No. Wt D'k'ge. Price. No. Wt D'k'ge, Price.
1 530 .. $1 00 4 200 „ $3 12U,
2126 .. 300 44 200 tt 3 27Mt
5 430 .. 806 28 169 „ 830
8 283 .. 810 64 182 40 880
6 114 .. 810 63 194 .. 8 32^
7 446 80 8 12% 68 232 120 8 82^
Cattle — Steady and active. Not enough fat
cattle this week to supply the demand. Fine
loads of lowa steers M the market sold At
[email protected] to Swift. Stackers and feeders
slow.
' Representative Sales —
No. Wt. Price. No. Wt. Price.
Butcher Cows and 1 680 $2 75
Heifers— 1 1420 2 75
5. 990*2 35 1 980 2 85
10 885 2 35 2 1525 2 85
6 914 2 35 1 740 3 00
1 1050 2 50 1 1200 3 50
6 978 2 60 1 1620 2 75
2 990 260 Veal Calves—
1 800 22616 127 4 00
9 1070 2 65 1 120 4 00
13 938 265 Stockers and Feed
-6 652 2 75 ers—
1 950 2 75 8 650 3 00
1 1110 2 75 7 511 3 IS
8 843 3 00 4 767 2 75
3 990 3 05 1 830 2 35
13 1000 3 15 7 1114 3 75
1 1280 2 50 3 923 3 75
1 1150 2 4011 '. 1010 3 60
3 1153 2 75| 1 HSO 3 70
2 1210 350 3 766 8 70
Butcher Steers— 'l 2 853 370
25 1070 4 25 7 781 370
24 1068 4 40 1 1020 3 70
23 1096 430 Stock Cows and
25 10S3 4 30 Heifers—
24 1073 4 30 1 540 2 75
3 916 3 50 1 370 3 50
1 1130 375 Milkers and Spring
-1 1140 3 35 ers—
Bulls— 1 springer ...for 30 00
2 640 225 Stags and Oxen—
1 850 2 35 2 1620 S 00
2 1025 2 50 2 1235 2 75
3 790 2 50
Sheep — Steady. Receipts were three double
decks of Montana feeders and were not of
fered.
CHICAGO.
CHICAGO, Dec. 18.— Today's cattle mar
ket was practically nominal, with receipts of
less than 500 head. These were disposed of
at yesterday's i jling prices. Receipts all
week have been materially lighter than the
week before, and prices improved, although
the requirements of the trade were much less
than at other seasons of the year. Trade in
hogs was fairly active early at steady prices,
but the market weakened later. The bulk of
the hogs sold at IZ.Z'^'tiZA"^; coarse heavy
packers selling at [email protected] and prime butch
ers and mixed hogs at [email protected]. As com
pared with a week ago prices were about 15
cents higher. Sales of lambs were at $4<&6
for Inferior to choice flocks, a good many
Mexican yearlings that averaged 72<575 lbs
fetching $4.50. Most of the sales of lambs
were at $5@6. Sheep sold freely at $3*54.75.
Exporters took heavy sheep at [email protected];
most of the late sales of sheep were $3.75®
4.40. Receipts: Cattle, 300; hogs, 17,000;
sheep, 2,000.
MINNEAPOLIS.
NEW BRIGHTON, Dec. 18.— Receipts, 26
cattle, 87 hogs. Cattle — Market strong on
fat cattle; common grades, poor, weak and
slow. Sales: 7 cows, average 1.060 lbs, $2.30;
2 cows, average, 836, $2.80; 1 cow, 930, $3.00;
4 stockers, average 683, $3.50; 1 bull, 650,
$2.25; 1 steer, 880, $3.50; 4 canners, average
772, $2.20; 2 stags, average 620, $3.10; 2 steers,
average 990, $3.90; 4 steers, average 1,230,
$4.35. Hogs — Firm and strong with yesterday.
Sales: 46 hogs, average 193 lbs, $3.32'^. Sheep
—Steady.
OMAHA.
SOUTH OMAHA, Dec. 18.— Cattle— Receipts,
700; market steady; native beef steers, $3.60®
"4 80; Western steers, $3.40(g4.20; Texas steers,
[email protected]; cows and heifers, [email protected];
stockers and feeders, [email protected]; bulls, stags,
etc., [email protected].
Hogs— Receipts, 7,000; market steady; heavy,
$3.25(^3.35; mixed, $3.25<&3.30; light, $3.35@
3.45; bulk of sales, $3.30.
Sheep— Receipts, 1,300; market, s@loc lower;
fall to choice natives, [email protected]; fair to choice
Westerns, [email protected]; common and stock
sheep, [email protected]; lambs, $4.00(g5.50.
MIDWAY HORSE MARKET.
Barrett & Zimmerman's report: Market
opened du!l; prices low. A large assort
ment of all classes of horses, logging horses
a specialty. The following representative
sales are for horses this day:
Wt. Price.
One pair bay horses, 5 and 6 years. 3,600 $250
One pair bay horses, 6 years 3,400 200
One pair gray mares, 5 years 3,200 ISO
One pair gray marcs. 6 and 7 years. 3, C00 170
One pair gray mares, 5 years 2,800 IGO
One black horse, 6 years 1,600 80
One black horse, 5 years 1,400 70
ST. LOUIS.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 18.— Cattle— Receipts. 500,
of which 300 are Texans; market steady for
Texans, with natives strong; beef cattle and
shipping and export steers, $3.40'f1u.25; stock
era and feeders, $2.10(f?4.10: cows and heifers,
$2.50(?jC>.25. Hogs— Receipts, 3.O00; market
steady; light. $3.35^3.40; mixed, $3.3u(g3.4f1;
heavy, [email protected] 1 / £. Sheep — Receipts nominal;
market steady.
SIOUX CITY.
SIOUX CITY, 10., Dec. 18.—Receipts—Cat
tle, 100; yesterday, 72; shipments, 265. Mar
ket nominal; cows, bulls, mixed, [email protected];
veals, [email protected]; stackers and feeders, $3.25@
4.15; calves and yearlings, $3.25^4.30. Hogs —
Receipts, 2,300: yesterday, 1827. MarkPt active,
5c higher, selling, $3.2503.40; bulk, [email protected].
KANSAS CITY.
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 18.— Cattle— Receipts,
1,000; market unchanged; only retail trade.
Hogs — Receipts, 9,000; market fairly active
and steady; bulk of sales, [email protected]>. Sheep
—None.
MISCELLANEOUS.
BUTTER AND EGGS.
NEW YORK, Dec. 18.— Butter— Receipts,
3,000 pkgs; steady; Western creamery, 15@
22c; Elgins, 22c; factory, 12® 17c. Cheese-
Receipts, 2.093 pkgs; steady; large white, Sep
tember, 8Vl(g)8%e; small white, September, 9
<fp9V t c; part skims. 4%@5%c; full skims, 3®
4c; light skims, 6@6%c; large, colored. Septem
ber, 9@9%c; large late made, 7'2@7%c; small
late made 8%@8%c. Eggs— Receipts, 3,136
pkgs; firm at the decline; state and Pennsyl
vania, 21@25c; Western, 20g23c.
Chicago, Dec. 18. — Butter steady; creamer
ies, 15<7?22c; dairies, 12@19c. Eggs steady;
fresh, 20c.
NEW YORK DRY GOODS.
NEW YORK, Dec. 18.— The dry goods dis
trict is the scene of more activity at the
close of the week than was the case at the
opening. The shipments of goods are heavy,
particularly in staple cottons, buyers having
taken goods in large quantities since the re
duction of the last three days. Sellers at
first hands as a rule are paying little at
tention to the future, but are selling freely
wherever they can obtain their prices.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
NEY WORK, Dec. 18.— The rise of prices
was practically uninterrupted during the
short session of the stock exchange today.
Some very sharp net gains are the result,
exceeding 2 per cent in some of the special
ties, over a point in large number of leading
active stocks and a sharp fraction all through
the list. The rise was almost wholly the
result of professional buying, outside inter
est in the market being at a standstill. Bull
operators extended their lines aggressively
and the bears covered heavily. Prices of
Americans were higher in London this morn
ing, that center having become quite per
sistently bullish on the outlook for values
in this country on a long turn. This incited
an advance in the international stocks from
the opening. The specialties were next to
show strength. Manhattan becoming buoyant
on belief that conditions imposed upon the
underground rapid transit project by the
appellate court would be in effect prohibitory.
Local gas stocks enjoyed the benefit of a
rumor that differences had been adjusted
between the interests seeking an amalgama
tion of the gas companies. New Jersey led
a further advance in the coalers on the pre
valent belief that an effective agreement has
been arrived at for restriction of production
and maintenance of prices of products. Sugar
was also quhe buoyant on covering of shorts.
This combination of strength in individual
stocks, due to special causes, would have
been a powerful sustaining factor in itself.
But the incident that determined the tone of
the general speculation and awakened a gen
eral buying movement all through the list
was the report from London, afterwards
shown to be erroneous that over half a mil
lion dollars In gold had been withdrawn from
the Bank of England for shipment to the
United States. Taken in connection with the
easing of the call loan rate yesterday after
noon to 2 per cent and the quantity of funds
offering at that rate, this report had the
effect of dissipating some of the fears of
traders In securities as to the future of the
money market and aggressive buying con
tinued. The weekly bank statement with the
large decrease shown in surplus reserve,
gave only a momentary pause to the up
ward movement; which was then renewed and
continued with a buoyant tone to the close
of the market. Net changes for
the week in prices of stocks are
widest in the coalers, the gains
extending to over 10 points In New Persey
Central, Norfolk & Western pfd, Is over 4
points higher. Otherwise net changes are
mixed and generally within the limit of 2
points. Bonds went up and then went down,
like stocks, but still show net gains, remain
ing In most Issues. Total sales, $15,500,000.
U. 8. 5s have declined % bid, the new 4s
coupon Vi and the registered % during the
week, while the old 4s coup have advanced
% and registered % during the week.
Total sales of stocks today, 173,200 shares
including: Burlington, 14,293; L. & N., 3,040;
Manhattan, 12,520; Missouri Pacific, 7,125; N.
J. Central, 6,735; Northern Pacific, 8.860-
Northern Pacific pfd, 6,295; Rock Island, 5,585;
St. Paul, 11,421; Chicago G. W.. T. 350; Peo
ple's Gas, 8.175; Sugar, 27,652.
The following were the fluctuations of the
leading railway and industrial shares fur-
Biflhed bj C. H. P. Smith & Co., members
of the New York stock exchange and Chicago
board of trade:
o x r 2
** ? ?
Am. Tobacco 86V^i 86^4] 86% l SG>4
Am. Spirits | | 7%
.^I PW 18 I 10 'l 8 I IM.i
Atchison 13^,] 131; 1314; i 3v 4
. d 0 P fd 3S's! 30%( 30'4| 30^4.
Am. Cotton Oil 22^| 22^! 22>4i 23H
Bait. & Ohio 1314 13»i| 13V41 13 ? s
C-, B. & Q 99 99-^1 9s%| 99\
C., C, C. & St. L.... 3414 35% 34Vi! 35\4
Ches; & Ohio 21Vi 22 21Vii 21 7^
Chicago Gas 95% 97% Wi, 97%
Canada Southern 0074
Col. Fuel & I j .. . 22%
C G. W "is%i "16" 15% 15%
do pfr "A" 36 36 36 35%
Del. & Hudson 113 U3%| 113 113V2
Del., Lack & West.. 156 16741 156 156 i,-»
g re •••• 15 15 1151 15
Erie pfd 38^ 38%j 3g^| 35%
Generel Electric 33 33% 33 | 33»-
O- N- Vtd I 130
Hocking Valley ! j -1%
Illinois Central 103%! "lO4%j 103%! 104 1 4
Jersey Central 92% ; 95 92% 94%
Kansas & Texas 13 13 13 13^i
do Pfd 36 36% 36 36V,.
ff ad •-•■• 34 34% 34 34
Linseed Oil | j.. 16%
Laclede Gas | 44 "ii%| ii" "I 44%
Louis. & Xash I 56% 57M>i 56%| 57
Lake E. & W | 71 71%| 71 | 71%
Leather pfd 62% 62%! 62%| 62
Lake Shore j | j 174
Manhattan Con | 163"i'i04%Ti63"| 104%
Met. Traction \ 122% 123 I 122% 122%
M. & St. L. Ist pfd.J I I I 87'
Missouri Pacific | 33%; 34% 32% 1 34%
Michy Central | | j 102V0
N. P. common | 21%! 22 i 21% 21%
do pfd 60%! 60%j 60 6i>l4
N. \. Central 107% l 107 ft 107% 107^ i
Northwestern | 120 | 121% 1 120 121%
N. Y. Gas I ISO | 183 | ISO 180%
North American | | I 4^
°™ aha . J ! T7% I 78%| 77%| 78'
do pfd 1 1 1 150%
Ontario & Western... 15%! 15% | 15%; 15%
Pacific Mail 29%! 29% | 29%! 29%
Pullman | j 1 172
Riding 22%! 22%f22%' 22%
do Ist ptd 49 49% 149 j 49%
do 2d Pfd. 27%j 27%| 27%! 27%
Rock Island 90%! 90%| 90% | 90%
bouthern Railway ...j 9%j 9%| 914; 914
C1 d ,° P f d ! 32%| 33%j 32% 32%
Silver certificates....! ! | 56
Sugar Refinery | 137% | 139 | 137% 135%
St Paul . j 95%! 95%! 95%| 95%
Tennessee Coal | 25%! 25% | 25%| 25
Texas Paciflc | n U %j 11 I 11%
y T ni % n P a^ c 1 25%! 25% l 25% 25%
U. S. Rubber | 16%! 16%! 16% 16
«- c l tel ? Union 89% i 901/ * i 89 % l
Wabash 7iii 71^1 71 7
W. & Lake Erie...... .....J.. ._]... 7 .. 1 2
The following were the closing quotations
of other stocks as reported by the Associated
Press:
Canadian Pacific. 52%1 do pfd 150%
Can. Southern 55\' St. P. M & M...123
Central Pacific .. 10%' So. Pacific ..'..'.'.'. 20%
Chicago & Alton. Kil U. p., D. & G 7%
Chi. & E. 11l 62% W. & L. E... "" •>[
Den. & R. G ll%| Adams Express. .156
£* Pfd 45% ! Am. Express ....115
Ft. Wayne 168%! United States .. 40
L. E. & W. pfd.. 71% 1 Wells Fargo ...AM
Man. L 104%l Am. Cot. Oil pfd 75»
Met. St. Ry 122% Am. Tobacco pfd. ill
Mich. Central ....102% Con. Gas 180%
Mobile & 0hi0.... 28 Com. Cable Co 17.",
Chi.. Ind. & L.... 9 Illinois Steel 42%
N. V., C. & St. L. 13% Lead pfd 103%
do Ist pfd 73 Silver certificates. 56
do 2d pfd 31 Standard R. T.. 4%
Or. R. & Nay 36 Sugar pfd 112
Or. Short Line... 18 U. S. Leather 7
Pittsburg 168 U. S. Rubber pfd. C 7
S. L. & S. F 7% Northwestern 121%
do Ist pfd 65% do pfd 164
do 2d Dfd 26% R. G. Western .. 22
St. Paul pfd 142 do pfd 88
St. P. & 0 7S St. L. ic S. W'.... 4%
do pfd 10%
BOND LIST.
U. S. new 4s reg.l2o%N. J. C. 5s 112%
do coup li9-V.\. Caiolina 6s "12.V
do 4s 113 I do 4s 103
do coup 114% N. P. lsts 65.. 119
do 2ds 99%: do prior 4s 95%
do 5s reg 114% do gen. 3s 61
do 5s coup 114 ', 2 N.Y..C.& St.U-t5.06%
District 3 65s 109% N. & W. 6s 123%
Ala. Class A 10S Northwestern "coiilH 1 -,
do D 108 do deb. 5s n;
do C 100 Or. Nay. lsts 114V4
do currency 100 do 4s 9314
Atchison 4s 89%10r, S. Line 6s 't.r'123%
do adj. 4s 57% 1 do 5s t. r. . 95%
Can. So. 2ds Wi\--\or. Imp. lsts t.r 101%
C. &N.P.t.r. 5s 48 do 5s t. r.. 4-»i|
C. & Ohio 5s 104% Pac. Gs of 95. ;... 10294
C, H. &D. 4%5. .104% Reading 4s '." 80%
D. & R. G. 15t5.. 108% R. G. W. lsts . 8"%
do 4s 90% St.L.& I. Vl. con. i-, .M
East Term. lsts. .110% St. L.& S.F.gen.Os.llS%
Erie Gen. 4s 72 |St. P. con 140
F. W.& D. lsts t.r.72% St.P., C. .^ P istsP2
Gen. Elec. 5s 100 do 5s 117 a;
G. H. &S. A. 6s. .105 S. C. non-fund'" >i
do 2ds 100 So. Ry. 55.. 941^
H. & T. C. 55....112%5. R. & T. 65..." 59%
do con. 6s 107% Term. new set 3s 91%
lowa Cen. lsts... 99 T. P. L. G. lsts 97%
Kan. P. Con. t. r. 84 do reg. 2ds 29' A
K. P. Ist (D.D.)t.r112 Union Pac. istei.lo2%
La. new con. 4s. .101 U. P.. D.& G lsts 50
L. &N. Unl. 45.. 87% \Vab. Ist 55.... 107U
Missouri 6s 100 do 2ds. BOT4
M. K. & T. 2ds.. 63% West Shore 4s! .'.' .'llll .
do 4s 86% Va. Centuries ... 68%
N. Y. Ceh. lsts..lli)m do deferred.... 3
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Ohol'jr .s■! 30] Ontario j5~50
Crown Point 22iODliir ..
Con. Cal. & Va.. 1 151 Plymouth n
Deadwood 50 Quicksilver 100
Gould & Curry.. 22! do pfd '9 00
Hale & Norcross. 1 10 Sierra Nevada 53
Homestnke 30 00 Standard 150
Iron Silver 1 EOJUnion C0n.... " 21
Mexican 24l Yellow Jacket . . 27
BOSTON MINING SHARES.
Allouez Mln. Co.. TO Franklin 16%
Atlantic 25 Oseeola 88
Boston & M0nt. ..145 Quincy ... '14
Butte & Boston.. T4% Tamarark I^6
Calumet & Hecla.47o Wolverines 16
Centennial 33%
NEW YORK MONEY.
NEW YORK, Dec. 18.— Money on call easy
nominally 2fi3 per cent. Prime mercantile
paper, 3%!g4% per cent. Sterling exchange
steadier, with actual business in bankers'
bills at $4. 50 for demand and at ?4.82?i t j.
for sixty days. Posted rates, J 4. 83 iv 4 S3 U
and $4. 86-54.86%. Commercial bills, f1.81%.
Bar silver, 56c. Mexican dollars, 45c.
WEEKLY BANK STATEMENT.
NEW YORK, Dec. 18.— The weekly bank
statement shows the following changes : Sur
plus reserve, decrease, $3,161,375; loans, de
crease, $1. 046, 000; specie, Increase, $357 100
--legal tender, decrease, $4,868,100; deposits, de
crease, $5,275,ri00; circulation, decrease, $103 -
100. The banks now hold $ir ) ,726,0r'0 in ex
cess of the requirements of the 25 per cent
rule.
FOREIGN FINANCIAL.
NEW YORK, Dec. 18.— Evening Post's Lon
don financial cablegram: The stock markets
here were quietly firm today. Americans re
flected New York prices. Today's sale of
eagles by the Bank of England is for the
continent and forms part of the £250,000 or
dered for Germany, as told in these dis
patches yesterday.
BANK OF BERLIN.
BERLIN, Dec. 18.— The weekly statement
of the Imperial Bank of Germany shows the
following changes: Cash In hand. Increase
18.980,000 marks; treasury notes, increase 460,
--000; other securities, increase 12,380,000; notes
in circulation, decrease 2,380,000.
BANK CLEARINGS.
Bt. Pau1— 5607,776.03.
Minneapolis— sl,747,ool.
Chicago— sl4,9s2,B4B.
805t0n— 519,601,077.
New Y0rk— 5152,377,217.
TREASURY STATEMENT.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18.— Today's statement
of the condition of the treasury shows: Avail
able cash balance, $237,654,912; gold reserve,
$159,759,211.
CHICAGO MONEY.
CHICAGO, Dec. 18.— New York exchange,
80c premium. Posted rates, $4.83% and
$4.86%.
NO HANDBILLS FOR HIM.
John Wanamaker Tells Why He Ad
vcrtlM's in lemnpewi Only.
"I never In my life used such a
thing as a poster or a dodger or hand
bill," said John Wanamaker. "My plan
for twenty years has been to buy so
much epace in a newspaper and fill
It up as I wanted. I would not give
an advertisement In a newspaper of
800 circulation for 5,000 dodgers or pos
ters. If I wanted to sell cheap jewelry
or run a gambling scheme I might use
posters; but I would not insult a decent
reading public with handbills. The
class of people who read them are too
poor to look to support In mercantile
affairs. I deal directly with the pub
lisher. I say to him:
" 'How long whl you let me run a
column of matter through your paper
for $100 or $500?' as the case may be.
I let him do the figuring, and, if I think
he is not trying to take more than his
- MONEY -
To loan on approved property ia St.
Paul and Minneapolis
£2°/ "Oft OR
XJ'O BEFO1E"
In 9a ma to Salt.
R. M. NEWPORT £ 50*,
Reeve Bid?., Pioneer Pre 3» BUI?
Minneapolis. st Haul.
Michael Dornn. Jamea Doraa,
M. DORAN & CO.
BANKKRS AND Kit ).\K i-i.
3]jjJackson St., St. Pau!, Minn.
GRIGGS BROS^
Coiumlsnion Mercbuuta.
GRAIN— BALED HAY— SEEDS
Agents for the ill ntrpunt ill iu^;j k ,l
iiugleloop lUy Balln,' Tisi.
Third and Cedar Si*., st. |>,i U |. Nina.
! -
C. H. F. SMITH St GO,
Members i N , L ' W Tork Stock Exchange.
I Chicago Board of Trade.
Stocks. Bonds, a.am, Provision* and Cotton
Ml ftoneer I'ress Building, St. Van!, Minn
share. I give him the copy. I lay aside
the profits of a particular line of goods
for advertising purposes.
"At first I laid aside $3,000. Last
j year I laid aside and spent $40 000 I
j have done better this year, and shall
; increase the sum as the profits War-
I rant it. I owe my success to news
papers, and to them I freely give a
certain profit for my yearly business."
—Wool and Cotton Reporter.
How the Head Grows.
vn T £ e « 0 °f f svy^i^oSin 11 !: .
BPe^ah78 P e^a h 7e n a?. leted " *»*'«&
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Trains leave and arrive at St. Paul as follow*:
CNIOX DEPOT, SIHI.EY STREET.
/0B&, TICKET OFFICE.
Qmfl ~ ]62r
Xjjg*!^£ EAST TIUIIU STREET.
Union Station. St. Paul.
. Milwaukee Depot. .Minneapolis.
Dining and Pullman cars on | ST" PAUL. '
_VUnnlpeg and Coast Tralna. ILeave.|Arrtv«
Pacific Mail (dally); Fargo
Bozeman, Buttc, Helena, Mia
■oula, Spokane, Tacoma,Seat
tle and Portland 4:3opm 4:4opm
Dakota and Manitoba Express vun.w»m
(dally); Moorhead. Fargo I
Fergus Falls. Wahpeton.'f
Crookston, Gr'd Forks, Graf
ton, Winnipeg 17-^Onm 7K«m
Fargo Local (d'ly ex! BunoTst I
Cloud. Dralnerd and_Fargn. . .18 :30aml5 :06pm
Pefff . TICKET OFFICE,
|IPV' I V ( *O|J 10 »> Eo.t Third St.
kirtflTHt" • ' Phone IM
NUn *li#AY To Red Rlver Valley.Du-
V% t%ll\Yln* lh Wlnn!p.. K . Montana,
• HAIm" 1 Knotenal Country and
|i*^ Paciflc Coast.
_Leave.|_a Dally, b Except Sunda;
b9:ooamj. ..Hrcck. Div. & B'cbea... b6 :B3pm
bß:2oain .F'gus Falls Dlv. & B'ctoei. b«:4:.pm
bß:2oam ..WUlinar, via St. Cloud.. bC:-i.".pm
a7:oopm Breck., Fargo, Gd Fki.W'pg a7 :4sam
a4 :3opm . .Montana & Paciflc Coast., at :4.~pin
b4:."opm . ..Excrlsinr &. Hatcblnaon.. bll:4.">am
a7 :3opm .... \'i okaton Express .... a 7 :3oam
Dttluth «Bd Wert 3npe,
Chicago, Mllwaukea & St. Paul Railroad.
ILv.tit.P. A~r. St.P.
Chicago "Day" Express bS: 15am iblO :10pm
Chicago "Atlantic" Ex a'J :rs;>m n1l:3. r >am
Chicago "Fast Mall" a6.sr>pm: a2 :oopm
Chicago "Vestibule" Llm.. fl8:10pm' n7 :soam
Chic, via Prairie dv C. dlv. b4:4<i|>ui;l)ll :lf>am
Dubuque via La Crosse bS:lsnm r>lO:inpm
Peorla via Mason City a4:4dpm'all :15am
St. Louis and Kansas City. aS:3sam afi:2r>pni
Mllbank and Way b<? :2oa in b6 :3opm
Aberdeen and Hiikata Ex . 87-oßnml aS:lsan»
a Dally, b Except Suml.i
For full Information call
ST. PAUL & DULUTH R. R.
From Union Eto^ut Offlos, 806 Robert lie
Leave *Dally. tEi, Sunday~ Arriva"
•»:O»m DULUIH «7:lsam
«n:isptn fti dUrCnlUn »i:3opm
Trains for Stlllwater! •»:<*)» in *I2:1O t3:U
t<:o6 *«:10 pm. For Taylors Faibj: ttt:Doam
"Horlb-Westeni Lino" — C. St.P. v M &0.
Office. 395 Robert St. 'Phono 480.
Leave. ! a Dally, b excepl Sunday. Arrive.
aß:lsam ..CUicago "Day Express".. I b9:sspm
b6:3opm ..ChicaKO "Atlantic Ex". . ull :30am
e8:10pm .Chicago "N. W. Limited". a7:f,oam
b9:2r.ajn .Duluth, Superior, Ashlund. bs:o.'>pni
all:0Opm . liuluth. Superior. Ashland. a>'.:- r '<am
■9:3.Jam|.Su City. Omaha, Kan. City. a6:sopm
b4 :6opm Manktto. New Ulm. Elmore hio:oi>am
aS:lspm<.Su City. Omaha. Kan. City. l a":23am
Chicago Great Western Rv:
"The Maple Leaf Route."
Ticket Offlcn : Robert St.cor. 6th St. Phone 1001
Trains leave from St. l';iul Union Depot.
•Dally. (Except Sunday. Leave. Arrive.
Dubuque, Chicago, Waterloo, ( t&lOam f&3opm
MarsbaUtown, Dcs Moines...- *B.iopm *7.4. r .;tin
St. Joseph and Kansas City.. I **.!<• pm *12J50 pin
Mantor\illo Local *B.S6pm *Ui.4sam
M., ST. P. & S. S. M. RY.
UNION STATION.
Leave. | EAST. I Arrive.
7:2opm).. .Atlantic Limited (daily;. . B :46am
B:osam .Rbinnlander Looal (ex. Sun.)l 6:lopm
I WEST.
9:loam| Pacific Limited fdailv) 7:ospm
St. Crr.lx Falls Loral. Exrrpt
Sunday. From nroadway
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