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WHEAT TOOK A Jl'IP
HI- -\ V EXPORT E*-«At.EMEVTS
r___F*©_n__D _____ THE CLOSE
HAD EFFECT
CORN AND OATS HIGHER
Feel Inn _*'_m Generally Ilnlllah and :
■»iron_f-r Thaw Had Been Hoped '
For, With Ko Especial (tote
Aaalscned Save tbe Dimnnd for
Export Fariiomes— Advance Was
Mom but Sore Throagboot.
Previous i
Close. Day.
December wheat. Minneapolis.. 634_-_ .2_
I go <_£*>V_- _>» »4_t-T»
Decemb'-r whtat. Duluth «53% C.%
O-ca-Bbrr wheat, New York 73% 73' i
OHICAOO, Nov. 11— Near the cloire today
reporu of heavy export eng-a gemenu and a
r ry in foreign markets caused wheat to
become suddenly active and strong. May
elo ed at an advance of _c. Com and oau
clos«d a shade higher. Provisions are un- J
chsnged to 2%c higher.
Th* opening trao.s in wheat showed de
clines of Hvlttc. May atsrtlng at from 65_
The market began to mend shortly
after tbe opening, and though tbe advance !
was very slow for two hours It was sure. !
Minneapolis and liulut:i reported 1,840 cars,
eermpa.-'d with 1 "42 last week and 821 a year *
ago. Chicago receipts, however, were light,
189 cars, though 01 good quality, 48 being ,
of contract grade. Short*' considered It ad- .
vlaable to take the proflts on yesterday's de
cline and the buying soon sent the May price
sp to 85Sc. Por a long time the market hung
between that figure and 6_V_c After 12
o'clock the tone of the seaboard and foreign
news '-hanged de'ld, diy for the better, and
the market here Immediately took notice of
tbat fact. Late Liverpool <_M 1 showed hilf .
of the early de, line rSooversA, Report* as ;
to export eagagfssts were very confllctlrg
tor a time, but the steadiness of New V* rk
oonvlnced rpeojlators that a good bualne.-s ,
was bet tig done. New York finally claimed :
as high as 120 loads, taken at a_ poInU :
The cash demand here and at Northwest
poinU showed improvement. There was soms !
talk of a po.alble squeeze ln December at '
New York, and tbls had an effect on local
aborts Who covert d freely. As the session '
progressed the demands from rhorU gradu- •
ally gr.w heavier, and after 11. -on. trading ;
waa qulta- heavy tn volume. May advanced j
steadily to «t>'*4c. and was firmly held at that
price for some time. It waa bringing -°*-'tC I
at the close.
was weak early on a decline, but the
market became firm later, rinsing at the be*. I
prices of the dny Receipts were light, 198 j
ears. May ranged from 33% to 3_V__:--c, <
and closed a shade higher at _3S r - Oata wer* ■
rather alow. May ranged fn*ir, 24% __H_c to '
84 1 ,. '. a_d closed a shade higher, at USaii .
$4*r.
ProvUlona were stagnant At the
January pork aas 2 1 .' higher, at $8 J-"_;
January lard, unchanged, at $4 92*4, and
January ribs unchanged at $4. 67 V..
Estimated receipts Saturday: Wheat. 850
•ars; corn. 503. cats, .-•I h *g', 23.000 head.
The jeadl.ig futuies ranged aa follows:
iOpec-. High- 1 Low- ! Clo+-
I Ing. ' est. ) *st I Ing.
•fv-eat—
Nov ! «6"a
Dec I 64SJ «6S 84% «*S
May ' «6% 6«V» _6>. 64**4
Corn
Nov 8144 81% 31% 31%
I*- 31%, 32 31% 32
May 88V 38% 88% 38%
Oau-
I>ec 28% 23% 28% 23%
May 84% 84% 24% 24% I
Mess Pork-
D_. 7 82%' 7 82% 7 82% 7 85
Jsn 8* 8 92% 885 8 95%
Lard
MS 4 82%' 4 87% 4 82% 4 87%
Jan 49.1 495 490 I 4 92% .
■ bert Ribs-
Dec 4 50 4 B0 4 50 4 50
_Jan ............ i !,:, 1 4 57%
Cn*h auotfp-tioa. were as folliaws: Flour
•teady No. 8 eprlng whee- No 1
red. f 0. 1,., 6fi%c; No. 2 corn, 324j32%c. N*,.
8 oats, f ... 1. .. _.'.',•*_'_■: No. 2 white, f. o. '
b.. 28% c. No. 3 whit,, f. o. b.. 24%«_*27%c;
No. 2 rye . n . sample barley, f. o. b., 86©4 ye:
No. 1 tatxaeet, &«'•«• . prime timothy seed. $_._&.
Mem pork p<*i bbl $7 554.7.90; lard, per PjO
H»t« M lbs -Ides (loose), ;
$4 '.»»_'. I 'i. -lr> sa] lors (boxed). 4%©,
4N,p „h.*,t tleat stdes i»,*>.-«1 1 $4 *„
Wblsky, d-.> nitrt' Bnlabed pt*K*di, par gal,
81 2i. Su(.'nrs, cut loaf, unci -ipts — '
Flour 84.000 bu wheat, 171,000 bu
tll oata 176 ikiO l,u , rye. 22. (00 bu;
tar ley, 87,000 b« Shipment— PT.ur. 23.000
bMi. •%>*•-, 000 bu, oaU,
162 000 bu i*u barlejr, 24 •
On d exchange t<*day th,
markei was stead) • amarU*. 14„2i%c.
dalrl«», 13% 1 let, Btf9%c. Cggs
Srm; fresh. l»' 2 _l9c.
WINNEAPOLIS.
MI.WKAIHU.IS Nov 11. Wheat opened
lower, but the «i.k fe. ling did not last |jng.
December wheat opened nt '.2%.* against 62-_c '
Thursday, advanced to 6_*4cii42%c. »old al
<B%c. and at a*hl> advancml to _%c by 11-30,
and i.'inatntrt «ie;.rty up to mv.ll May wheat
opened at 88% c, uguli.vt •;;'»,*■ Tiiur f day ard
fraduaUy cre;*t an i. • ■ .<• |.y n SO. and not !
nng after rroi.'d another %c. The cash '
wheat market was atrong at I<sl%C '
•ver Thurrday for all grades. The
cash traders aa a rule are quite satisfied and
look for greater gains f*,r their customers. '
•> heat closed at • • ' r at
_B%C <*-(%.•. at.. May at 64%.
Open High Low- Closing.
Wheat Ing. est. est. Frt. Thurs. I
...83% 83% 02? _3%-% 62%;'
Nay •;% f4%-% 63% *4%-% «3%
Navciiiber 44 43
On Track No 1 hart . s„ 1 north- 1
•m. 44% c. No 2 rorthern. 42% c November
***J». M northern. 42% c November
oau. 24%<- November corn 80% c, flaa aeed ;
M%c I
Curb ou Dee*mher wheal 484.
!»__• on iHK-ember wheat 08 1-18
. Financial
5* MONEY £?
To loan on hsfnw*ad properlr In
Mlunea->olI« and JU I'aul
5 OR 6%
In Sums to Suit
4 per cent allowed on six months' deposit
R. M. NEWPORT A SON,
Hecve itldg , Pioneer j'ress Bldg
Mltmeapolia St Paul.
Brokers
C. H. F. SMITH A 00.
Btooha. Bonds, U rain. Provisions and Ootten.
Pr ieotr triree tn Se.r York and Chienmo.
•OS Pioneer Preeo BmUdina, St. Pantl. Minn.
Bit bad Doraa. Jamet Dora a
M. DORAN 6. CO.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
an Jackson St., St Paul, Minn.
H. HOLBERT & SON,
Bankers and Brokers,
341 Robert St., St. Paul.
Un Stock
Lltli & Raeburn, _%_STS« a tt^-.
_ ai twin 1
l'"lO> «4TO« X ■, vUOS Braneb. Midway
C*w Market. *->l«l rnlveralty Ay.. __ Pa uL
-"- - —
FARMERS. STOCKMEN,
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> The leading authority oa Lire S 1
I Stock Matters io the United £
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I jesr'a sobscriptioo to The Daily- uf j
I Globe. The regular price of both !
I pspera ia $5.00 per annum.
_L 9 >
iMMMMMnniMMMIII j
j Calls on December wheat «3*4-_, tS%
FLOUR— The flour market ls undoubtedly
stronger. No change In qujUtion* are made,
but there is evidence of nales made at *
higher figure than those quoted.
First patents $190,4 10
Second patents 7 3 76-53 55
First clear ....2 75
CORN— Is reported a little weaker; No. 3
corn, 3044 c. OATS— No. 3 oats. 24 _c; No.
3 white. 24'*<r24_ l c. RYB— Sold at 4S- for
No. 2. BARLEY— Choice No. 2 sold as high
as 45c; ordinary No. 2. 41c. a_d Nc. 3 from
88 to 42c. We have to apologise for tbe mix
ture of barley and rye quotation*. It was
vice versa. No change In barley..
FE_D.
Coarse corn mea 1 and cracked
oorn. in sacks, per ton, eacks
«tra $12 00
No. 1 ground feed and corn. 1-3
oaU, 80-lb sacks, sacks extra 12 50
Bran In bulk $8 50© 8 75
Shorts In bulk 8 50© 8 75
SAMPLE SALES.
No. 1 northern, 86 cars «4_
No. 1 northern, 1 car 64 *
No. 1 northern, II ears 64«_
No. 1 northern, 6 cars 64Vi
No. 1 northern, 800 bu to arrive di%
No. 1 northern, SOO bu to arrive 64_
STATE GRAIN INSPECTION.
Northern.
Railroads. N0.1.N0.2.N0.3.ReJ.N.0
Great Northern 81 30 8
C, M. A St. P 77 74 . $ 4
M. _ St. L 12 41 8 ..
Soo Line 32 10 . . 8 _
Northern Pacific
C St. P.. M. A 0.... 18 29 18 '_
Minn. Tranefer 6 8 J
Total, n« 186 29 14 12
OTHER GRAlNS— Winter wheat, 1 car; No.
- oorn, 7 cars; no grade corn, 1 car; No. 8
oau, 30 cara; No. 2 rye. 6 cars; No. 8 rye 2
cars; No. 8 barley. 3 oars; No. 4 barl-y 8
cars; No. 5 barley, 1 car; No. 1 flax, 89 oars;
rejected flax, I cans: no grade flax, 7 cara.
Cars Inspected Out— Wheat,. No. 1 hard. 4
cars; No. 1 northern. 170 cars: No. 2 north
ern, 47 cars; No. 3, 6 cars; rejected, 9 cars;
no grade. 6 cars.
RECEIPTS— Wheat, 647 oars, 491.720 bu;
corn, 9.720 bu; oats 27.040 bu; barley, 14.488
bu; rye, 6,_20 bu . flax, 86,750 bu : oil, .
bu: flour. 850 bbls; mllls'-iPs. 50 tons; hay,
47 lass; fruit, 150,_0'i lb-; m rchandi.e. .
404 lbs; lumber, 10 cars; barrel stock. 12 cars.
machinery, 147, C00 lbs; coal. 1,222 tons; wood,
254 fords; brick. 6,000; Ume. 2 ears; house
hold goods. 20.000 lbs; n!g Iron, 29 oars; salt,
1 _M; dressed meau. 60,000 Ibs; railroad ma
terials. 13 cars; eundrle*. 23 oars. Car lots,
1.093.
BHIPMBNTS— Wheat, 130 cars; 104.000 ba*
corn, 1.190 bu; oats. 6,060 bu rye 2 l_i bu;
flax. 8.700 bu; flour, 67.628 bbls; millstuffs.
1,878 tons; fruit, 184.&00 lb* merchandise,
2.016,400; lumber, 79 cars: machinery.
lbs; ooai, 40 tons; live stock. 1 car; raiiroad
niatcrlaJa, 2 cars; sundries, 17 cars; car lots
876.
DULUTH.
DULUTH, Minn., Nov. 11.— Market dull and
firmer; December opened "ac off ai 62"_<\ s Id
up to 63_c at noon, and at 12 was qu j ul
at 68% c. Oeafa, 400.000 bu at 3_c over De
cember. Cash sales. f_.:oo bu No. 1 nonh
ern. 67c; 5.000 bu No. 1 northern. ••%*; 101,
--000 bu No 1 northern. _6*>4c; l.'.'Oj bu No 1
northern, 6«% c; 140,000 bu No. 1 norhru,
66_c; 30.000 bu No. 2 northern. ff»[email protected]
cars rejected. 59ff.9'4c; 26. 0" b_ flix. i*"*.®
Receipts Wbeat. s?9.oM_u; oa's 6 4-t
bu; rye. 9,St_ bu; barley. 26.(wi bu; fl_t. 66.714
bu. Shipments— Wbeat. 21«*.:7» bu; (lax 1 0.
--966 bu. December rlosed 1"- up a* tt%C kf't
No. 1 hard, 70>_c; No. 1 northern. 67c' No
2 northern, 64-_c; No. 8 sprli g. ttlfcc; d ar
rive. No. 1 herd, 70** c; No. 1 northe n 67c;
___ a _ 3ra, T,._ ,4 i! T c: No * ! •-»'■ , -• Desaia-sr,
641ic; Miy, 66S<:; No. 1 northe; n May «6„c
-%?M^&esZ}&*- X:
ST\ PAUL.
Quotations on Kraln. hay. feed. etc. fur
nislied by Gri_j-_ llros., grain and seed mer-
Bssnti
WHEAT No. 1 northern. «4fr64»ic; No. t
northern. 6_o_3c. CORN— No. 2 yellow
3_« _•>_■; No 3. 31081 V. OATB-NO. 8
__V.'J_t lß^: No ' '■ "V.OB6C— BARLEF
AND RYB Sample barley. 34©40 c. SEEDS
—No. 1 flax, 9se9_i*c; MiiK.thv seed. $l«t ! _5
L__ c: .I.r_af__ 4 ' 40 FLOI-R-Pat._ts. p«r
bbl, $3.«OOi8_; rye fl ur. $2.4002.80-
-2_SH N s_,_?" D . „? : ' / <- 13 - BpAEsa
« ORN MEAL - $12 . BRAN JO
SHORTS- In bulk. $9.2609.50.— -
--H- Market steady. recelpU Increasing;
choice lowa and Mlnn__o:a upland $7
N« 1 uplind. r. j.,-y7. good to
<'.holce timothy. t..75©7 _. Mover and c! -ver
mixed. $...7;".4.€._5. STRAW Rye $3.7534
oat. $3._5_i8.60. J ' I**4* *
OTHER GRAIN MARKETS.
GRAIN GOSSlP— Gossip t,y private wire ts
?x H _, **• _--'L b * Co ■ ***• P»ul* membera of
; ts* New York stork exchange and Chicago
lK.ard of trade. Modern Miller; Flour trade
ha* been dull all the week, and while mills
generally hate run. there sre exceptions and
stocks hsve accumulated in mar.-.
f rices have been sllghiy but not material
ly rrduccd and on :he declining market both
foreign and -MBMtle buyers hay.
S**_ "—Tf* V " rk The *«'tual bu_nem so
far Is 78 loads wheat here and
for export- LU.rj^H.l \Mi. . it .-i.islng steady ■
Dn-emb-T and March _ l.lgher from 1 . 1
p. m nviklng D. .ember %. March •_ lo_, r
for the day. bu: I tec-m-ber « t . March v up
from low pornt. Oorn -. higher
n ..-.SS >" S 1 " vv ' r ror ** h <* «i*y
*.\ YOHK - Mar. 11.-Plour-KeceipU .10.
--_*___"_ M f ' ru - *■'•» *>--»»; "ulit; steady.
\Nheat Receip » „ e_p or i« isTit
bu. sjwt firm. Np. ! r.-d Tg^c, f. o. b.. all*, at
f2 ,* r ; 1 j;"v. Ci *"« ,iL *Q** *-«** *«lvan.-e sale,
included N„. 2 red May 70^©71-3-l«c. closed
s__ tyorn -■'•"■■•'•l'ts. 40.480 bu. exports S4
--» bs; spot Rm; No .. _..,,. f . ... b . ,i, o ; t .
opt I .ns unchanged; May ,-l.u.ed .
R«*eipu, 87,200 bu : exports. 40.620 bu ■_■»■
«;.„?•..-■ 2! * c: "P'-one nen,
. lIAKLl IAK LL KKF - XV,< - Nuv - 11 .-Flour
steady. Wheat rlghir. So. I northern 8$
___**4a_V.i. * » or "'-' r *'- Oats.
Bsrler. Arm. No. %, tf^c; sample. 40©
ST. LCmtg Nov 11.- Wh'eet higher. No 8
red. cash elevator. 6H-.C. track. 6S>k.<
ccn-ber. (B%r. May. 6SS__B\c No * hard
C4064C. Porn, higher. N*' jTash
cesnbw. SOHc . January. . „_..
s_*^_ v, " '7* v :': c ,r *"-* -•'
Btrorp. B£c Flax s - rd. lower. 91 u c
LIVfeRPOOL. Nov. it en,.,' .heat
neady.VitiVi lower. Novembe*. Rom n_l Del
cember. 6s 6*»d. March. 6s »Yd C m " _«
»er NoresjilK-r. 3_ 9KA . December. t_
1 i.aroh. 8s t\&.
KANSAS CTPY. Mo.. Nov 11 Whe_i
Kteady . No. 1 1 srd. 82c No 2
N.,. I jgayac^No, j r ,d. «c.
No 8 aprlos. 594.00 c: No. 3. _3-..-*s Corn'
weak. No. 2 mixed, 28\f}_. , wh; , r '
2?c. No 3 JfV. Oau. 2? Usher. No i
white. 26v.|t27c. Rye. steady; N* _' 48c?*
St. Pau/ Markets.
PRODUCE— B_»s are quoted a little higher
other kinds of produce steady " nfr '
The lollowlns are street (-Stat) m as cor
rected daily _f C L Jet: _
Applea-Per ltbl-.Nonh.rn Spy $3 75© I_n
Baldwins. $_.754*4-_6. Grceuug «_£«
Uen^liavia. $4.6063.76; other vart^U^c*^
B ____M-~___u < _ B _-«-«--»_r 1Ur -W tteacbee.
*l __i>_r2 . small bunches. $l©i __.
Bean_-P_r Bu-ltrown. 81. _irty lots. _a
$11. medium, hand-picked.
Beef Country -dre_**d. fancy. 6fi',V rouak
aHC-c
Butter-Par U>— Creamertea. *xti_». XSOtie
oroamerles. firsts, 80«21c; cr^mertes gfb'
•trad eraam. 18«20c; dairies, extras IT©
-ftL-. lmiutl..__. 12C124C packing »u»ck. 18?
Cabbage Home-grown, doi. 15___c
Cheese—Par Lb— Brick. No. 1 j'.liw*'
brick. No. 2. WV; Limburjier. v©9-*c'
Swis,. lieiS?. twins, temtsy, Minnesota and
wisronsln. MflMe; Ya*un« America, new.
lie. prttnost. *©4W.
1 —*■»-' — < ***
Ci_nherrl«»- Hell aad bugle $8 75©7 Can*
Cod. UV*&l. --p.
■ops—fresh, subject to lon off. new. case*
Included. 16ffl7<-. second*, cases Included.
9©loc.
P..— Oa!lforn_L IMb box $i.s
Kah— Per Lb— Pickerel. tWc, crept es T*:
UXHit, lake. 8c; wfcltefish, fc.
Game—Ducks, mallard. p«r dot. $8.80; casvs*.
backs 84.__srr; brant, per dos. $404 50.
«_**— Cleav n. Per Lb— Heavy, 4"% c, li_b: 4*_
©6c ot-lurn. 4e *
Hor.»y— Lb SectJoaa — Buckwheat B©4__
extraeted anaber. 4©«-,c. extracted waits'
ei*c; foidan rod, 10c. extracted white. llc :
w*irte fanoy.Uc.
Lemons — Ca>W--.rnu. 80_e to 980*, t_©CJ_.
M«M!n*s choice. _00s. $_.o©s; Me_e!ras
J»cy^_«os. $•©_»: Mess'ras. ehotae. 880*:
-latkla Ayrup— Per Lb— Ohio. In bricks 100
V«SW»!. fn bricks. 10c. Western, ln brick*!
10c.
-Tattoo — Per Lb — Bucks. l\_c; courtrr
dresMd. TH©_-%«; milk Uxnb*. peita off. »U
Nut*— Akmoad*. g*w. __all «ua_ti_t«s. v©
Uo, almonds. T_-T__o_aa. sack a. 10. lbs
Uc; Tarnifoa-s. small quantrae*. 14e; _!
bona, sacks about 800 lbs, $%c; filoeru
amall o.uaaUtle*. 10c; hickory. r**r bu $l.J_
©1.80; peanut*, per lb, raw. <©4 <■*.-•; p_a
n-u par ;b. roasted. Tc; pecans, new. Tax
as. polished. leO-l. seek*. $c; pecans, small
Quantities, 9©loo. walnut*. _©•.; walnuts
Ofcllf-rnl*. soft shell, aacka. 100 to 110 lbs.'
»V»©loc walnuts, California, bard, leas
quantities. l_o; black walnuts, $1.
C___s— Per Bu-__lv_r •__•__, »©40o; other
r an+n-. S©Soe.
Ora_g__— Par Box— 6**dl___a. faaay. Vales
eta* |__OC_
P'>*-*^P*- r B----__ißcan.. «Lt»; Wa____f___.
$_.
Potato** Baa-awks, «_©__<-, Bani. «©_•_;
aamttm Ftekaa. Sena. -_•.__-_. MC__o;
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE— -SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1893.
other -rariotie*, 17e__c; Jersey Sweets, $2.25
J>er bbl; Muscatine, f_7___
Poultry— Par _* — Spring chickens, 6*_g7c;
J_e hens, 6© 6c; live geese. 7c; live ducka,
<C-c; Uv* turkeys, $_e»c; cocks, 4®sc.
Quinces— Per bb!, $4®4.2_; per bu. $i._o#l.T6.
i V eal—Per Lb— Coarse and thin, Be; extra,
_f__i5 y ' -dressed, B%c.
v ?«*f^bl_e- -Green—Beets, per dos bunches,
10c j new carrot*, per <jo_ 10c; new turnips,
per do*. 15. ; tomatoee. 7c; oauUflower. dry,
40c.
Live Stock Markets.
- S __.' I ? ? n, ST - ___£__■ Nov - 11— Th* receipts
I.™,.^h.n *teekymrae today were: Cattle,
rfr'rl ll**. 1 * 50 ' hogS ' L -*°°; •"••P. 600. Th
cattle market wa* dull owing to light re-
* u *, l w - a -' amount of left over stuff.
Good cattle of ail kmds are quoted steady with
* pod butoh-r cattle and fine sto.kcrs a_d
! if** 3 *-"* in demand. Common artuft" unsalable.
The bog market continues to decline. Today's
Quotations at the close were a full nickel
lower than yesterday on packing hogs. Pij*3
* are off a full 10c. Heavy hogs are wea_.
I Tne sheen market ia steady with good mut
; tons and line, fat I_mbe in demand
; Hogs— Market opened weak and eloeed a
run nickel lower, in sympathy with tbe
; Bltuatl.n at other Dolnta. The bulk of tbe
, light aad medium hogs sold at $3.25 and $3.30.
, A few bunches of choice Dickers sold to
butchers at $3.35. Plga are down a full 10c.
; Representative sales:
No. WL D'k'ge. Price. |No. Wt. Dk'ge. Prire.
40 170 .. J3.5 __ 206 . $3 25
10 »2 .. Jio 5 825 .. 3c!
« «M -0 310 10 425 .. 310
63 165 .. BSO 72 ISS „ 825
1 610 .. 200 17 96 .. 275
0 fcO .# $10 1 670 . . 200
27 250 .. 815 57 250 80 830
A 125 t76 7 320 .. 310
19 545 160 JIO dl 196 . . 835
if __ 2f_ .<_ 1! * S3 °
5 Vil ££ 2 2rv -< ° 7 275 80 330
4 IM m __*. !. J5? " 810
* lv * ■■ 275 41 236 80
_,7., tll *~^ Mark .'- ■ tea <ly on all kinds of "good
___*_. . But Btt _ bu **-«- «uff was offfred
; and that very rmmon. Good stockers ana
: ft-eders are steady and ln demand. The ma_.
vi w _*- !d improve if ni.rt good stuff waa
shipped in. Representative sales.
Butcher Cows and Heifers.
No. Wt.Prlc-e.l 4 ....TTTT _____ J<_
No. Wt.Prlc-e. 1 _SJB
1 1180 $2 .5j ■--#*-.
_ Stock Cows and __e_*r_— "" ~"~
_ 840 $3 001 4 . .06 t_ oo
, 190 300' 1 » «?_
1 2" »« 1 860 s6a
_ 612 8 C_ 1 700 _ 1A
? * «»!i :.iS .7.
7 82S •= 75 2 SQ6 300
Stockers and Feeder*— ~~~*
* -70 $3 30! 2 3_fi_~_o
5 _*J 8 '-0i S , 270 400
,i Jg $ » 4 S3O 3.6
X | M? • Wi 6 475 2 60
-___•■.•_■ C * 9<o. 7 .._. 640 810
T_ln Cows and CanDers—
■ -IsT-iT i -^woo
A 910 2 50! 7 1060 2 no
n _ »«» «*ji i;:;; 1^ fg
__ " XO 2 00! 8 9 W _«
Bulls— -_
J 1210 2 00! 1 620 2 75
■L"V""__; no 2 W 2 go J ft
* e-i Calves—
X ____ • • ___ *T5 I_. UOJEOO
Stags and Oxen— '
j. ..:.: I^o 82 00 i _... —$2 40
Milkers and Springers—
______ _________ _-________rn___wio
jal Sal**— "
: L bu "- _--• - r^n________lTr .
.*w p r„_ 4U ' IketK1 ket K' te * d j. on *» -sasTsi -good
Ir^.^"!. • ,l _. b "- :tte - * at ' Utrht lamb*
Rel^n^e jgg »'" *»^ *« »
j Yl3 u'w
6 lambs 1^ W^
;13 stock ewea ™ |g
11 common lambs « !«
123 lambs 5 JJ*
In, 122 I*s
a __ii_ »« 2 7i;
2b^" .:::::::::::jS IS
-, 1 _L 108 860
61 lambs -, __;
__ iambs v. . ; ;.v.; •;.; g J
■iSfisr...: cat r% sheep
W. E. M<*^f*T-nlck '88 18' i
C B. . _ckson 7
j'rigrs ;; "" 100
SUples & King J4
Wlwr & Co i_i
Ward ij6
tt r, F. Young jg
j. t. McMnisn ;;;; gr,
X J ll« warden ... 126
R. N. Katr S
Slimmer _- Thomas 60 ....
O. W Wentworth 15
Lathrop . 25
Hogan Bros 15 "
I J. Clark 8
j L«»* 73
J. P. Rnipp 80
Sutphln Parking company .. 4
A. S. Mayers 19
rnclassiflcd. late sales 60 25 70
MILCH CO - * BXCH__N_B, iVnith St Paul.
N I 11 I.y tie _ Racburn'a report: Demand
for Ns. 1 mt'ch cows contlnuee good, with
few on hand and more coming in. Mora
e< mid be sold If they could be had. Forward
sprlngers In fair demand. Common stuff
1-nrs Kepresentative mlhi:
No. Prir. Price
2 cows $85 fr> 1 cow 33. 00
8 cowa 80 00 I cow 30 00
1 cow 42 00
AMONG THE "SHIPPERS "fhTTonowlDS
shlpi>eTs wrr. on the market yesterday: J.
Walter. Norwood, hogs: Geora*" Brown.
Huu'hlneon. hoge; Grevjrore A f.ahni. local.
hogs: l* hi man bro*., H ibrrta. hogs; Spcud
.tr.;ar.y. North ltr_nch. cstlle and
ca.ves: A. G'lßtad. l>cer Park, mixed load,
H. M llurdlck. Anna 3 loud* cattle and
eabres, 1 lead sb^ep: Gllber: * Gibbons. Man
to.-vlile. 4 l.wids hogs. Weslin * Julinn.
Mald.n Rcrk. hoa*«: Spasldlng A Puller,
Maiden Rock, mixed load: Alibee Bros.. New
RlchmoT.d. *"ogs nnd «h«>ep. A. Grady Me
■ ~r. cahea ard hors: J. H. La'ughlin.
Owatonna. begs. E Marks Live Strv-k
pany. Prir c, raves and sheep,
Prank ,tohn»o_. New Rlebmf-nd. hog.; H. A.
Anderson. New Kl*'hm»r.d shea-p: Pettis A
- . Pe*rr. bags; A. Llrde. Cottonwood.
I hr—
MII'WAY HORSE MARKET-MtnnesoU
Trar..-frr. St Paul -Barrett *• Zimn* or man's
Report— Arrlvsls of he*vy horsep fairly w_l
kept up. giving tbe market an ample sup
' available stock. Trad*- was largely
li*iy drafters and on retail
basis. Demand for general purpos* horses
weak and nothing to promise an active mar
ket for Mi.-h brrsr? for some time. The prln
trsia is on hor*es used for loag.n*
>XSrp*as*. The nominal value of ser*rlcrabl«
sound horses from 4 to 8 years Is as follows:
Price.
Drafters, choice to extra $869160!
Praf'ers emtnen to good 85^ to j
. Farm horse*, choice to extra 8&O106
Farm horses, common to good 60tf 75
Drivers, cote nion to good 700100
CHICAGO. Nov. 11— Native beef steers sold
i all tbe wsy from 38.90 to $6.50 for poor to
j best gra.-fc_. most ot the sales being between
84. X and S.JR. St^rßers snd feeders were
J fairly animated, selling between $3 and $460.
] Calves brought $6.*>««7 for best grades.
; Western ranre steers sold at 85.40*J4.45 and
. Texans st $3.3Q€j3.80. Local ho* packers were
al! bearish and prices averaa-ed 6c below ye»
. terday's fclrb price. The commonest droves
» * »t $3 _v__ 80. and tbe beat at $s.__e3-_o.
with the bulk of tbe boa- crossing the ici'*
at $3.4008.66. Pigs sold largely at 0 904*3 15.
Lambs #o'*d actively today a: strong prices,
tb* poorest selling at *_*7T.p4li> and the
beet at $6.?5ff6.a0. Sb»ep brought $8.7-_4.75.
Western. __._r__T4 45: not many ahe*p above
$4 _5: and feeders sold mosrly at ItiOMM
while feeding lambs brought 84 50C-. Good
light weights sheep, (specially lots on the
year ling order sold much better than heavy
iftieaf*. Receipt*- Cattle. 2.800; bogs. R.OOO;
sheep. 7,000.
ST. LOriS. Nov. li.— Ca'tie— Ree*lrts. fOO.
lncludlna H» Texans: steady to strong; na
tive shipping steer* $4.2_Cf5.50: light and
flr««Bed beef snd butcher steers. $3.4304.80:
stockers and feeders. $2 7_4.4-40: cows and
heifer*. _804.6O; Texas aad Indian *U*rs.
$2.90_S *: oow* abd heifer*. $81003 48. Hogs
-Reee4pts. 8.600: market I tc lit lower;
Yorkers. J3._6_S3-: packers BS.9__*_*B
butchers, $t«03.8*A,. Sb*es>— Receipt*. TOO;
•teady.
KAN&Ag CTTT Nov. 11.— C_ttie— Re-eelrts.
4.000. steady; native steer*. $3.4-65. 86; Texas
steer*. $-.654.4^0: Texas oows. $_60_*3.ir<; na
tree cows and heifers. H.9OCHIO; stockers and
feeder*. $-64.-0; bulls. $_.__03.96. Hop-Re
oatpte 13.000; weak to 6c lower; bulk of sales.
$_.___ J. _ heary. $8. 4008.60 . packer*. tt!_oo
146: mixed. $$3008-48; lisr_a_ $81tM_S ._.;
Yorker* 85.300S 86 pics. $-03.85. Sheep— Re
c*tp_. 4.000; Steady to «_r_ng; _____«, $3 80
o*. muttons, $t-7tO_--B-
The Stock Markets.
„_».__ -__ C-*-**- Ov-
Ear sUver, Ifew Y0rik...,^.... tO% «tK»
Oall money. Naw York 1 *_
itWW YO___, Key. IL— Wan street wa*
prepared fcr aa _c__;__-___lc outburst tor
stock* em the part of the g*_*r*_ public after
y-Rarday's ebullieot (otbusUam on the part
St tb* ■trace itaak. Tb* rraacera, Nortbern
Pacfilc aad tb* leading Sosthers railroads
opened higher. The public* _a___ais___ cv.
t?__r ____ Bduc^ Uto P lllc * lap « e orawm
of «_. i__S _ at fh » opening. The for*alf_t
,f,.t«_? I^_ _* r k*t * high one wa* thus
_X___l; _?m tb __* fea «-• ee*er demand of
outsiders quits ttrey._ y . prioeThowever, were
fairly w*U maintai_«i In the first hoar, but
In eplte of the violent activity of the mar
ket It soon hecame evident that the supply of
stocks wa* fully equal to the deanand. Room
traders detected eviden.. of realising hy large
ln-er-ets and c___t__ ce< i to -e n xhe market
with quite * marked effect on the grangers.
Th- haA , Ihe ettect of checkln* activity, and
the market fell into dullness until It re
ceived renewed Impetus from the strength o!
special stocks. The shorts In Sugar became
nervous as a result of the high loaning rate
for the stocks and covered some heavy lines,
ralsdnjr the price 2_. Union PaelUc preferred
pushed ud to 6.14, Brook'yn Transit above 69
and People's Gas above 17. Prices generally
ro*e to near the best again, ln sympathy with
this movement, and Invited renewed buying
for outside account through commission
nouses. But the k»vel wa* not maintained In
i the la*t hour, when call money was marked
j up t 024 per cent, and prices fell away
j throughout the list. Earlier gains were
practically wiped out ln the grangers, the
j Paciflee except Union Paciflc preferred, the
j Southern stocks and many specialties, inc!ud
• lag Federal Steel. Atchison preferred, which
I was again the leader of the market, shewed
: more substantial opposition to the decline
than many other Bto-_ks. Dealing ln all of the
Atchison securities was on an enormoqs
scale, and It was accompanied by reports of
the early entry into the directory of a finan
cial interest largely dctninant In _ock- Island.
There waa an unexplained advance of 2-_
points in Central Pacific, which was not Im
probably connected with the coincident
strength of Union Paciflc preferred. Pacific
Mail also advanced notably on account of
Increased earnings. The decline of the la_t
hour waa accompanied by Increased activity,
indicating a disposition towards liquidation.
The bond market wa* again phenomlnally
active and embraced a great variety of Is
sues. The Atchison adjustment 4s were, how
ever, easily the leaders, with total sales of
a par value of nearly 5_.000,000. This bond
advanced 2 per cent, to 73"_, *nd reacted 14
In the late dealings. The Atchison general 4s
were also largely taken. Prices are generally
\ higher than yesterday, though the highest of
the dcv were not maintained Total sales,
I 85.235.008. United Stata. 6s declined _ In
I the bid price.
Total sales of stocks today were 733.500
I shares Including: At-hlson. 12.08B; do pfd,
7S.IT*: Central Pacific. 8.970; C. A 0., 8.700:
Burlington. 28.860: Big Four, 8.080: D. A R.
, G. pfd. 7.215. Il'.lnole Central, 4.181; la. A N.,
Ifi 970: Manhattan. 8.876: Met. St. Ry., S.OSI;
i P-ading Ist pfd, 4.925: Missouri Pacific. 10.475;
' M. K. AT. pfd. 3.o*Vj: North American Co.,
!___.; Northern Paciflc. 80,440: do pfd, 12,
--, 050; P__ek Island, 39.770; Union Paciflc. 34.216;
: St. Paul. 39.990: Southern pfd. 13.586; Union
Pacific pfd. 53.375. \Vab**h pfd. 3.315: To
bacco. 23.230; Bay State Gas, 62.9C0; Federal
! Steel. 13.710; do pfd. 27.4W: People's Gas,
' 31.525; Paciflc Mall, -4,8_»; Sugar. 53.750: T.
■ C. A 1.. 11.266; Leather pfd, 3,660: Rub>er.
7.186: Western Union. 2,578; Chicago Gr._t
Western, 9,340.
STOCKS.
The following were the fluctuations of th?
leading railway and Industrial shares, fur
nished by C. H. F. Smith A Co.. members
, of the New York stock exchange and Chicago
! board of trade: '
Open-" High-! l_nw-i Clo«
--j leg. f est. I e*t. I In*.
Am. Tobacco ....! 141 I 141 I ISJJVI' 18SH
Am. Spirit* I 11»_ US' U-41 11-
: do pfd 1 84 1 84 83-, S3U
j Atchison ' 14Hi 14*' 14 ' 14"_
do pfd 40 M 40 ' 40M,
Am. Cotton Oil.. 1 844 «4-_| »4 ! tttj
! Bay State Oas ..' 4 ' 6 8_ 4%
I Brook'yn R. T...1 65%, floa-, 1 68 I fcß>4
l_lLlraore A Ohio.! ati^J igu' 48 I 48>4
C. B. A Q ' 119>4! 1191. _>»4 11R-.
!C.C.C. _St L U% 4r-\ 4H4 41-_
Ches. A 0hi0....' 23*.: ?*V,\ 28 1 28
CThlcae. nata i 106"*: 107^ 10"» i' lOSVa
! Canada Southern.' MSI MV 54V MS.
Col. Fuel A 1.... 25-i 85 %' 26 ! 25»4
;C. G. W 14V li 14V 14\
I od pfd A 4<:V 49 1 47. 48
Pel. A Hudson... 1 100*4; 100 V WV 99S
■ Del. I_rV AW „;_j 141
IP. R. G A W.... s«*i S«V 58** i "'BVi
Erie ' 13 ' 13 || ! 18
do pfd 85 1 ST. ' 34 V 34%
Gen. Rlcctrl*- .... P%| 82S 81". J>2
Ot. Northern pfd 140S 141-. 1401-, 141U
Hocking Valley . %\\ 'i\ 3*_ 3-4!
Illinois Central „ 1HS 1 111*; Hl'i' 111
Jersey rent rai .. ! » ' *fl '■ 83 I *M
'Kan. A Texa*....i ....' ....' ....! 11M.
: do pfd ' 84V 34V S4>* R4'a
i Lead 35 I 36% »- ; 34* a
lalnsecd Oil I s«a
' Laclede Gas ' ttkA 49 H 4 ' ' 48-.
UmlS. A Nash...' 60 ' SO*.' E9 I .' 69v;
Lake E. A W....' ! tl%
•Leather pfd 68>4 C. ; 68 1 68«4
M ; hat tan Con .. 91 ?4V »3V *>4
Met. Tracti-an ... 16fi ' 1. 1«7 I 167
Mlnncota Tron .1 141*4 142'- 141% i«
Mpis. A St. liouls. 2SV »% __V_| ?
do Ist pfd .. . 91% *
do 2*l -•'* flft
Missouri Parlflc...' J4-» 35^ 34V *4V4
Mich. Centra! ....'■ ....'■ ' 107
N. P c-minon .. 4 '% 43 ' 41 U 42' a
-O l»'d ' 77 -TS -r\,' Tf.V :
N. Y. Central....' VT\' 117-. 116% 1l«v t
North -vrstern 135%^ 136 135 U.
ttem Ton 0«5...' i k " Iff. IS3 ill
North* AmerlranJ 6%' 7 r»; r,\
I a West, r::\ *g% jn, r>„,
Omaha *r pi . 81%' 844
do pfd in
Or. Rv. *N. Co. 88% 5-% F"' T r.7> .
Oat A Western.. 15% 15% 1 15% IS*.
Parlflp Mall 35 ' 3«V,i V 5 X,\ \
Pnrnaylvania Ry.. 11* ' 11« ' \\~,% 117
Ptiliman 14o»i 140% 140% r? ..
Reading 16% I«%| lfi%l 16% i
do Ist pfd 41 41 40 40
do 2d pfd 19% IPV '9 : 18%
Rock Island T> - '. 1-iTN, lCC*j 107
Southern Ry I 8% 6% r»u <«v.
do pfd ' WU 87% 87 ' tl
8. R. A T. Co I 1 8%: 8 ' 8
Sug-r Refinery ..' 114%' 117 11.% n. r .*,
St. Paul I 118% ll_% n?\ 112%
Tennessee Coal ..' 31% 82' 7 Slu 81%
Texa* Paciflc ...j 14% 14% 14% 14 \
TJ. P. T). A 0...< 6% 6% 8-4,1 6 %
Union Paciflc ' 85 ! a*Vi 84\ 34%
do pfd ' 68 I f*.>\ fN BhVj
V. S. Rubber ... 43% 44% 4."% 41%
Western Union .. 93., 93% 93 93 „
«'at«*h L 7a
■io pfd ' _.*%■ 21% 2'V, 21
Wheelin-f AL. E. 3%; »% eat\ jv
Federal S. C 0.... 38 83 S ?X 3"t
.do pfd - . 7914' 784 :s%
The followin-c were the fr!«stl-_ airtstl-ns
of other stocks at reported by th° Assoc at"d !
Cajiad-* Pact,.- -S - *•-. I_ A 57~w7~7. 5% I
Canada Southern <3'- do pfd .. 13 " ,
Central ra.tflr .. IS t -<l Paul .. 112%. '
Chicaa, A Al;on..lt' _x> pfd .. ' !,**_»!
Ohl. A E. 11l M>_ St. P. A Omaha' N_
to pfd 18S do pM 141 j
C. G. W 14% St P.. M. A M '."176 !
Chi., Ir.d. A L. .. T-i>Bo. Pacific _4
do pfd 27 *r p . r* _. irj ' M |
Chi A N. W IS* 'Wheel. A L. c" 3_
a© pfd ... tn { *do pfd ... uv
C.C.C. A St. L. 41% •Adam-i Express. AOe \
do pfd B Am. Express . .140
i P. A R G. pfd.. .W* D. ?. Exp-efs . 44
j Fort Wiynp 174 WpH-a-Fnr.-— * Fx . .!"_
! Manhattun L 83% Am Cot Oil p'd.. 86
Met. St. R' 18" JAm. Tobaff.-i pfd. l2B
Mich. Tentral ....Ml JGeo. Electric . . . . 82
tt. J. Central 116%lH*W. Ca*m" Co .59
N. T . C. A St. L. 134 li;ino43 S eH 1014
do let pfd 7. Int'n'l Paper £t_
do M pf-1 34% d* pfd
Or. R. A N 574 bead pfd 113
Or. Sh.rt Line.... JI Minnesota Iron ..141
Pac. r.snt.ist pfd S*.% N_t. i__ on 54
do Jd pfd ...... fiF-flJi- Mail 86%
Plttsbura 172 Silver certlflcates fO-*
R. O W V. S R. A T , 8
do pfd 80 Sagar 115%
St. L A S. F 7% dp pfd
*> Pfd M% l*~ S Leather pfd •»%
__ Bo %A pfd 81% V. 8. Rubber pfd.lo'%
■n Pacific _ enver A Gulf, first as
sesatnect pt. : Wtiea-iiua A Lake Erl». fourth
saaessment paid; do pfd. fourth ___a__ment
paid. Adams Express ex-dlvldend.
BONDS.
tT. 8. tmw 4s. r*g 127% !. . J. a is iu_
do ooup ir% N. C. 6s li
do 4* 111% do 4s ..13
do oo«p 113 N. P. 8s I_iv4
to td* 88% do prior 4s ....1024
do 6s reg 112% do gen 8s 67%
do Bs ooup 113 N.Y..C. A St.L4s.l«4
District 86s .118 Nor. A W. 6s 120
Al*.. elaas A 103 N. W. consols... .1414
do C-S-* B 105 do deb. 6s 117%
4c c_*s C _» Or. Nay. lsts 114
_» carrency ..ttat) do 4s 1014
Atehlson 4s 884 O. 8. L h, t r.189
do adj. 4s «4 _b Is, t. r 109
Can. »o. Ids 1104 Pactflc 6« of _• ...1024
0. A N-P. t-r.be H-. Readlnjr 4s «_%
C A Ohio Ba EJ6 R. G. W. lsts... 5.%
g„ H. D. *4*..-«H*-;st.l_ A ..M-n.a.7
. A R. O. lsts.l-- !B».L_ A S.F.gtn.Bsl2lU
do 4s 9»4;8t- Paul 000:..
Bast Term. lsts. -. I*7 |Bt.P..C. A P. Ist*. lSO
Erie gen. 4* ft 1 do Ss 11.4
F.W. A D.ls-.s,t-r. >4Souther_ Ry. 6* ltr*%
Gen. Elec. 6* I*4 S. R. AT. 6s 814
G. H. A 8 A. Bs.. 105 jTfnn. new set 8a 94
do Ida IM fT. P. L. O. lacs 109
H. AT. C. Bs HIS do rg. 2d* 48%
do oae. Ss _-i'4U.P..D. A O. lsts. 81
lowa Central I___.lo'.'_ Wi__ bat is _.]%
La. new con. 45...10»! -j §0 2ds 91
LAN un!. 4*.. 98% Weat Shore 4s Ul
Jtis-o-rl _» 100 iVa. Centuries .... 79%
M. K. A T. Ms... ff4i_4> deferred .... «4
do 4* ....Si-. W_u Cent lsts... 83
K. T. C. lets . . ..Ui_ i
KEW YORK MINTING 9TOOKa
sEolof~ |0 16 Ontario $4 •;.
Crown Potnt l 1 Ophlr 70
Con. Cal. A V*.. 1 J5 Plymouth 10
Deadwood 45 Quickailver 1 _6
Gould A Carry... do p_d .... ....360
Bale A Ncrcr.as. *-> S'«-n_ Nevada . ... _0
HomesuUe - ■ Standard 160
Iron S'i.er *** Union Con 35
iXolea .. .____. - Ytli-w Jacfcst ... 20
INSURANCE STATEMENTS,
SUN MUTUAL
INSURANCE COMPANY.
Principal Office, New Orleans. La. Organ
ized ln 1856. Charles Janvt*r, Preeldent.
Fergus G. L*_, Secretary. Attorney to accept
service ls Minnesota, Insurance Commis
sioner.
Cash capital _.. $500,000.00
INCOME IN 1897.
Premium* other than perpetuals. . $366,045.03
Rents and Interest 41. 291. 87
Profit on ledger assets over book
values __,189.56
From all other sources 79.. (4
Total Income $424,3-2.-9
DISBUR_t__M__NTS IN 1897.
Amount- paid for loeses $166,524.20
Dividends and interest 52.595.00
Commissions, brokerage, salaries
and allowances to agents 66.166.07
Salaries of officers and employes.. 22,569.60
Taxes and fees 22,745.44
All other disbursement*. 47,196.50
Total disbursements $368,096.81
Excess of income over disburse
ment. $56,228.4$
ASSETS DEC. 81. 1897.
Value of real estate owned t47.f-00.00
Bonds and stocks owned 888.546.00
Cash ln offlce and ln bank 92,559.01
Premium* ln course of collection. 68,593.15
Total admitted assets $1,C97.__3.i<
LIABILITIES.
Losses adjusted acd unadjusted.. $36,239.00
Losses resisted and disputed 11.244.00
Reinsurance reserve 124,915.13
All other liabilities. Including
scrip 21,106.03
Capital stock paid up 600,000.00
Total liabilities. Including
capital $792,503.16
Net surplus $304,700.01
RISKS AND PREMIUMS, 1897 BUSINESS.
Fire risks written during the
year $40, 026. 586. 00
Premiums received thereon 633,291.89
Marine and inland risks written
during the year 5,446,480.00
Premiums received thereon 22.481.64
Net amount ln force at end of
the year $31,950,110.00
No buslnee* ln Minnesota la 1897.
State of Minnesota,
Department of Insurance.
St Paul, Jure 7, 1898.
I. the undersigned Insurance Commissioner
of the State of Minnesota, do hereby certify
that the Sun Mutual Insurance Company,
above named, haa complied with the laws of
thi. State relating to Insurance, and Is now
fully empowered, through lv authorized
agents, to transact Its appropriate business
i of Fire Insurance ln this State for the year
ending January 31st, 1899.
ELMER H. DEARTH,
Insurance Comm.ssloner.
WEEKLY BANK CLEARINGS.
The following table, compiled by Brad
street's, shows the bank clearings for the
week ended Nov. 10. with the percentage of
j Increase and decrease as compared with the
' corresponding week last year:
I | Inc. | PoeT
New York $780,621,8847.... 8.8
Boston 102,832,834! 12.8
Chicago .-.. 109,969,6501 2.2
Philadelphia 62.472.120! 6.4
St. Louis 80,0_8,_66i
: Pittsburg 16,140.705| 6.1
Baltimore _7.4«7,583: 2.0
San Francisco 16.843.672 i 10.2
i Cincinnati 12,643,6501 2.1
Kani-as City 12,645,3.01 2.1
'New Orleans 9,920,280' 2.8
Minn,_iolis .2.605,358j .2.9
Detroit 6.933.906
Ov.-land 7.771.138' 14.7
Louisville 6,674.739
Providence 4.978.500J
Milwaukee l._3M_t| 21.7
St. Paul 6,720.8!.; 4.6
Buffalo 4.535.31)8 ! 18.0
Omaha 7.648.468; 32.7
j Ind anapolls 6,995, 9»» j 8.8
; Columbus. O _,lf_,*reOJ 1...
Washington 2,_57,762| 1.4|
Portland. Or 1.960.353* \ 19.0
De Moines 1,826.746: 11. r
Seattle 1.283 541 1 4.7
Tacoma 938.862 i 6.1
Spokane 1,154,69v)| | 12.9
city 89.. 47. 3.2'
Fa-gO, N. D 45b,000; 20.3
Btosx Falls, S. D.... 157.575!. .11.7
Helena 617.212J
Totals U. S !$1. 254. 558. 681! 6.9
Totals outside N. V.. 523,936.6.7: .[ 4.4
DOMINION OF CAN-ADA.
[ Montreal $16,096,6231 6.51
'Toronto 9,159.394!
Winnipeg 2.648.480! i 25.9
Halifax 1,271.472' : 14.6
Ham'ht.n 738,4-3 I 6.6
st. team, tt, 8... ts&W 4.5
Victoria 700.5_3 ;
Vancouver ! 628. 9*8'
Totals [ $30.571.5501. ..... 3_o
NEW YOKK MONEY. New York. Nov.' ll.
Money on cell i teady at 2_'2>>_ per cent; lset
loan. 2. Prime mercantile paper, 2&i per
cent Sterling exchange firmer, with actual
business !n bankets' bills at $4.ft&'_f. 4.85-ki for
demand, and $4.S2V__*4 B2*_ for alxty days.
Ported rates, $4 F364.86".. Commercial bills,
i K!>v Silver certificates. 80tt#-_*'_C.
Bar silver. 60tj,c. Mexican dollars, 47"* c.
WALL STREW. GOSSIP— New York stock !
gossip, reported by H. Holbert & Son, bank- '
ers and brokers. 341 Robert street. National j
German-American Bank building. St. Paul:
Post A Flagg wire us: 'The market today
w:is the most acitve that we have had teg j
many months, dealings ln both nocks and
bonds being on a huge scale. The big pro
f* scions! operators took advantage of the ac
tive outside demand to sell Urge Mocks of
long Mocks, but these were well taken, and
not nntll just at tbe close did the market i
show any signs of feeling these sales. In the
last hour Wall street waa flooded with talk |
of * implications with Spain and an appeal '
by that nation to the powers of Europe
against our demand*, which, they claim, .
are arbitrary and unreasonable. There were
nine stories of mere rate cutting and predic
tions that tomorrow's b*nk statement would
be a very bad one. Al! this, or at least a
great portion of it. we believe wa* given out
tn make a reaction, and came from those
who have sold their long stocks. That the
market should react somewhat Is very nat
ural sfter such a sensational advance, but j
we don't believe we w!ll get very much of a
set back, and If such a thing should occur '■
we would advise purchases ln libera!
amounts, as we believe the market Is bound
to go htgher. and that, too, In the near fu
ture "
TREASURY STATEMENT — Washington.
Nov. 11.— Today's statement of the condition
of the treasury shows: Available cash bal
ance, $300. 3*7. 398 : gold reserve. $243,053,890.
DUNK CLEARINGS.
Bt. Paul— T's2/'
Mlnne_po! is- $1,996,766.
Chicago— s2l. "H
New York-sl7fc. 478. 262.
MISCELLANEOUS.
NEW YORK DRY GOODS—The demand for
staple and seasonable lines of cotton goods
was quiet, but orders on *pring account's gen
erally satisfactory. Merrlmac shirting prints
were reduced to 3>4c per yard. Heavy brown
sheetlnas and drills were Arm. four-yard
foods being eaay to buy. Fine ginghams
eavily sold ahead. The woolen goods market
was without change.
NEW YORK COFFEE— New York. Nov. IL •
—Coffee option* opened s:eady. with price* i
unchanged to 5 point* lower, ruled mod
erately active and closed steady, 6 points '■
lower. Bale*. 23,500. Including December, ;
5.4<*5_.46c, January. 6-65 c: May. 6.75 c; April,
5.80 c: stay. 5-___ _.9oc; June. 6.96 c; Septem
ber, »-OMi«.10c; October. 6.1066.15 c. Spot eof- !
fee: Rk) orm and fairly active: No 7 invoice.
tr%c; No. 7 jobbing. 6Zc. Ml d very steady;
Cordova. fagl_o. Sales. Aft) bags Maracaibo, !
$00 Savanilla. 100 Mexican and 100 Central '
A_t_.cn. Sugar— Raw strong: refl_!ng, 8 13-1$
©S - ",*-; centrifugal. 96 test. 4*_c: molasses
sugar. 3 9-16®~3*_c: refined Arm but quiet.
SEED MARKETS— Chicago. Nov. 11.— The
flaxseed market is a little weak and can be
ascribed to the fact that there are many
weak holders who ar* disappointed because ,
price* do not continue to boom. The '.egitl
mate condition ls as strong as ever and will ;
make Itself felt before long. Receipts here *
were 40 cars. 91 cars at Duluth snd 49 cars '
at Minneapolis. The official close Is as fol
lows: Cash flax at 99_c. Northwestern at |
$1. December at 54V»c and May at 98c bid
W 98-*, c asked per bu. Cash timothy seed j
c'.sed at $2.30 per 100 lbs. Clover teed eloeed
at $7.75 per 100 'be. Minneapolis flaxseed quo**
ed at 94*_- per bu.
NEW YORK COTTON— New Tor*, Nov. 11. |
— Cotton futures closed very steady; Novem
ber, 5.08; December, 8.11; January, £.16 Feb
ruary 5.19; March, 6.28; April. 5.27; May,
5.22- June, 5.86: July. 8-89; August. 6.43; Sep.
tember. 5.42: October. 5.44. Spot eloeed quiet;
middling gulf, 6 9-16; do uplands, 6_-l_c;
sales, 238 bales.
BUTTER AND EOGS-New York. Nov. IL
—Batter— Receipts, 8,968 packagas. .ready
Wester, creamery, 15-A(6*_-c; Elgin*. 28c: fac
tory. _l_6l-*_c, Chee-e— Receipts, 6.487
package*; steady; large white, _l_c: small.
9% _- _c; lares oak-red, _%•; small, 9*o t ;
ROYAL
TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE.
Home office, BufTalo. N. Y. L. R. Sanborn,
President. Esbon B. Rew. Secretary. Or
ganized February 16, 1870. Commenced busi
ness February 3, 1877. Attorney to accept
servioe in Minnesota, Insurance Commission
er.
Net assets, Deo. 31, previous year.. $14,802 54
INCOME DURING 1897.
Due* for expenses $18,668.01
Mortuary and reserve assessments. 343.529.24
Membership and examiners' fees.. 2.510.50
Total paid by members $364,707.75
From all other sources 152.04
Total Income $364,859.79
DISBURSEMENTS DURING 1897.
Death and permanent disability
claims paid $333,467.33
Total paid <o members $333,467.39
Salaries of officers, employee and
examiners' fee* 9,511.18
All other disbursements 10,012.77
Total disbursements $352,991.34
Excess of income over disburse
ment* $11,868.46
ASSETS.
Mortgage and collateral loans $10,400.00
Cash ia office and in bank 9,270.70
Accrued interest and rents 87. 5 l
Assessments in hands of subordinate
bodie* 68.675.00
All other admKted assets 7.000.28
Total admitted assets $85 333.80
Assets not admitted $6,400.00
LIABILITIES.
Losses adjusted and unpaid $79,500.00
Losses resisted 2,000.00
Total liabilities $51.500.00
Balance to protect contracts $3,833.80
EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLI
CIES, BUSINESS OF 1897.
Total Business—
Number. Amount
In force Dec. 81 (begin
ning of year) 12,401 $14,579,400.00
Written during the year. 1,636 1,377,875.00
Total 14,086 $15,957,275.00
Ceased during the year.... 1.601 1,343,875.00
In fore* Deo. 81 (end of
year) 12,436 $14,613,400.00
Claims unpaid Dec. 81 (be
ginning of year) 13 $20,000.00
Claims incurred during the
year 229 827,326. 00
Total 241 $347,326.00
Unpaid Dec. $1 (end of
year) M $81,600.00
Amount collected during
year 18 $353,642.05
Buslnec* ln Minnesota-
Number. Amount.
In force Dec. 81 (begin
ning of year) 11 $16,500.00
Written during the year.. 19 16,125.00
Total 30 $31,625.00
Ceased during the year.. 11 $13,875.00
In force Dec $1 (end of
year) 19 $17,750.00
Claims Incurred during the
year 1 $2,000.00
Total 1 $2,000.00
Amount oolleoted during
year 13 $470.37
State of Minnesota,
Department of Insurance.
Bt. Paul. June _5 1898.
I, the undersigned Insurance, Commissioner
of the State of Minnesota, do hereby certify
that the Royal T«-nip!ars of Temperance,
above named, has complied with the laws
of this State relating to Insurance, and ls
now fully empowered, through Its authorized
agents, to transact Its appropriate business
of Fraternal Life Insurance ln this State
for the year ending January 31st. 1899.
ELMER 11. DEARTH.
Insurance Commissioner.
THE FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF THE COUNTY OF
PHILADELPHIA.
Principal Offlce, Philadelphia, Pa. (Organ
ized ln 1532.) Chas. R. Peck, Pre*ident. E.
A. Law, Secretary. Attorney t. Ac cp. Serv
ice ln Minnesota, Insurance Commissioner.
Cash capital $400,000.0)
INCOME IN 1897.
Premiums other th«n perpetuals. $107, r 47 6'
Premiums on perpetual risks 8,4*5.5:
Rents and interest 39,-76. b>
From all other sources 259.6;
Total income $155.5 9.2'
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1897.
Amount paid for losses $ I.'-- 5:
Dividends and Interest 24,000.00
Commissions, brokerage, salaries
and allowances to agents __.537._8
Salaries of officers and employee. 9.7.1.19
Taxes and fees 6,4!*2._
All other disbursements 14,;61.19
ToUl disbursements $187 043. 7 >
Excels of Income over disburse
ments $17,915.5;
ASSETS DEC. 31. 1897.
Value of real estate owned $75,000.0*
Mortgage loans 2". 150. 00
Collateral loans 260>'.0)
Bonds and stocks owned 44.,'4<!.2f>
Cash in office add In bank 43,66.47
Accrued Interest and rents 4.163.97
Premiums In course of collection. 19,0)4. ti8
Perpetual deposits In other com
panies 6,249.51
Total admitted assets ........ $9-1.962.34
LIABILITIES.
Losses adjusted and unadjusted . $14.14 74
Losses resisted and disputed .'•_.. o'
Reinsurance reserve 72,473. ( ,2
rommisalons and brokerage 6,741.6,
All other liabilities. Including
scrip 23. id. 6 7
Capital stock paid up 4'jO.Wj.Oj
Total liabilities. Including cap
ital $731, 1*8.69
Net surplus $178,*_5.K1
RISKS AND PREMIUMS, 1897 BUSINESS.
Fire risks written during tbe
year $19 574 685. 00
Premiums received thereon _yo.t*soj
Net amount in force st end of the
year $18,019,757.00 i
No buslne** ln Minnesota ln 1897.
State of Minnesota.
Department of Insurance. (
St Paul. July 19. 1898.
I, the undersigned Insurance Commiss'oier *
of the State of Minnesota, io h«-rtby cortlfy
that the Fire Insurance Company of the
County of Philadelphia, above named, hai
complied with tbe laws of this s ate relating (
to insurance, and is now fully emoowereJ,
through Its authorized sgents. to transact IU ■
appropriate business of Fire Insurance In this
State for the year ending January 31st. 1899.
ELMER H. DEARTH, *
Insurance Commissi .ner.
9*_c. Eggs— Receipts, 6,086 packages; steady;
Western, 23c. .
Chicago. Not. 11.— Butter, steady; cream
eries. 14.121 _c; dairies, I2 3 _4fl9c. Eggs, firm; ! ,
fr-sh ls-_*i'9-'. ?
ST. PAUL, Nov. 11.— Wool— Wisconsin, East
ern lowa and Southern Minnesota: Un- /
mashed, fine, heavy, per lb, 7*a.ǤBc; do fine. I
light, 9010 c: do medium. *_ to VbU>od. [email protected] ,
15c; do coarse, low. \i-blood, US 14c; do verjr *
coarse, braid, [email protected]: do cotled, burry, e:c,
8010 c: do average lots, line out. ll_l4e. <
Western lowa, Minnesota, Manitoba. British
Columbia and Northwest Territory: Fine.
heavy, per lb, 7f_lle; do medium, io^llc: do ,
coarse. 10©l_e; do burry, seedy, etc., tt
Montana: Unwashed, fine, bright, per lb.
8.9 c; do medium. \2"r\Kc; do coarse, 12_*>
14c; do dark combings. 7_v_c
Joint Hit,-* <"omi_ii»»!o_.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 11.— The Anglo-Amerl- 9
can commission hejA a brief session today and ,
then adjourned until next Thursday.
_
"War Inquiry Board. *
WA__nNQTON, Nov. 11.— A telegram from £
Gen. Dodge, chairman of the war lnvtstl- _
gating commission, asnouncea that he will I
_ea_h Washington tomorrow.
BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION.
Home office. Dcs Moines. 10. Edward A.
Temple, President A. C. Stil.on. Secretary.
Incorporated June 30. 1879. Commenced bus
ness Sept. 2, 1879. Attorney to accept service
in Minnesota, Insurance Commiseioner.
Net assets, Dec. 31, previous year. $2. 19-. 868. S3
INCOME DURING 1897.
First year's assessments or pre
miums »27 ■*23 33
Subsequent year's assessments' 'or
premiums 666.155.60
Guarantee deposits 293,037.22
Membership and examiners' fees.. t_,_4..f.
Total paid by members 51051,457.12
From all other .ources 121.235.78
Total Income $1. 172,695. £0
DISBURSEMENTS DURING 1597.
Death claims and inetallments
_P*~ d $592,265.00
Return and other payments to
members 2.755.67
Total paid to members $595,023.67
Commissions, salaries and exprns
ea of agents and collector. 86,021.99
Salaries of officers, employes and
examiners' fees 63.198.69
All other disbursements 28.869.75
Total disbursements $773,114.10
E_cese of income over disburse
ments $399.581. 50
ASSETS.
Value of real estate, bonds and
stocks owned $1,622,931.40
Mortgage and collateral loans 197,139.06
Cash ln offlce and in bank 117. 289. 30
Accrued interest and rents 41,039.39
Post mortem a_se_-_ituts to be
come due 48.000.00
All other admitted assets 681.5_2.53
Total admitted assets $2, 683. 231. 97
LIABILITIES.
Losses unadjusted and present
value of Installments $35,000.00
Losses resisted 10,000.00
Advance payments, surrender
value and dividend obligations.. 843.61
Contingent llabl. lty— returns ln ad
dition to face of policy 1,871,648.00
Medical examiners' fees 2.154.00
Total liabilities $1,922,646.61
Balance to protect contracts $766,586.86
EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLI
CIES. BUSINESS OF 1897.
Total Business —
Number. Amount.
In force Dec. 81 (begin
ning of year) 43.377 $86, 764. 000. 00
Written during the year.. 9,851 19,702,000.00
Total 53.228 $106,466,000.00
Ceased during the year... -.809 6,618.000.00
In force Deo. 31 (end of
year) 60,419 8100,838.000.00
Claims unpaid Dec. 81
(beginning of year) 28 $56,000.00
Claims incurred during
the year 294 688,000.00
Total 822 $644,000.00
Claims settled during the
yoar 293 596,000 00
Unpaid Dec. 81 (end of
year) 24 $48.000. C0
Amount collected during
year $6r_879.83
Ruslness ln Minnesota-
Number. Amount
In force Dec. 31 (begin
ning of year) 173 $346,000.00
Total 178 $346,000.00
Ceased during tbe year... 1 2.000.00
In force Dec. 31 (end of
year) 172 $341,000.00
Amount collected during
year $2,229.26
State of Minnesota,
Department of Insurance,
St. Paul. June 7, IB__
I, the undersigned Insurance Comml sloner
of the State of Minn, sota, do hereby certify
that the Bankers' Life Association, above
named, has oomplied with the laws of this
State relating to Insurance, and ii now fully
empowered, through its a_t_orW«_ aLoenta,
to transact its appropriate business of A.i
sessment Life Insurance In tl*!- State for th*
year ending January 31st. 18!<9.
ELMER 11. DEARTH,
Insurance Commissi. mer.
SUPREME COURT OF HONOR.
Home Offlce, Springfield. 111. A. L. Here
ford, President. Organized July 23, 1895.
Commenced bus.ness Aug. 1, 18S6. Attorney
to accept service in Minnesota, Insurance
Commissioner.
Net assets, Dec. 31, previous year... $£36.51
INCOME DURING 1897.
Due* for expenses $24,468.96
Mortuary and reserve assessments.. 88.305.56
Membership and examiners' fees 101,699.26
Total paid by members $214,473.76
From all other sources 4,131.69
Total Income $218,605.85
DISBURSEMENTS DURING 1897.
Death and permanent disability
claim* paid $.-.314.60
Total paid to members $55,314.W
Commissions, salaries and expenses
of agents and organizer*. 83,101.25
Salaries of officers, emproyes and
examiners' fees 28,603.84
All other disbursements 13.234.22
Total disbursements $213,253.91
Excess of Income over disburse
ments $5,351.44
ASSETS.
Cash In offlce and in bank $5,986.95
Assessments ln hands of subordi
nate bodiea 38.950.00
Total admitted assets $41,936.95
Assets not admitted $1,942.78
LIABILITIES.
Losses adjusted and unpaid $25,0
Losses unadjusted and reported ... 5,7
Losses restated 8,260.00
Total liabilities $-8,960.00
Balance to protect contracts $6,9
EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLI
CIES, BUSINESS OF 1897.
Total Business —
Number. Amount.
In force Doc. 81 (begin
ning of year) 11,150 $19224,500.00
Written during the year. ..17,063 2_,. ..600.00
Total 28,203 847,634,000.00
Ceased during the yoar .. 8,986 6.643,000.00
In force Dec. 81 (end of
year) 24,217 $40,891,000.00
Claims unpaid Dec. 81 (be
gin_i_K of year) 18 $14,400.00
Claims Incurred during the
year ... 66 112,850.00
Total 79 $127,_50._0
Claims settled during the
year 92 88,300. 00
Unpaid Dec. 31 (end of
year) 27 $33,960.00
amount collected during
year T $88,305.6$
Business ln MinnesoU—
Number. Amount.
in force Dec. 81 (begin
ning of year) 231 $373,500.00
Written during tbe year.. 231 _73,:,_.00
Total 86 853.000. Q0
.eased during the year... 196 __Q,500.00
[n force Dec. 81 (end of
year) 196 $3-0,500.00
.npald Dec. 31 (end of
year) 1 $1,000.00
Unount collected during
year $386.66
State of Minnesota,
Department of Insurance.
St. Paul, June 23. 1893.
I, the undersigned insurance Commissioner
if the State ,*f Mii.nfc-ota, do hereby c r:lfv
hat tbe Supreme Court of Honor, above
lamed, has compiled with the laws or thU
lute relating to insurance, and Is now fulir
impowered, through Us authorized agents, to
ransact It* appropriate business of Fraternal
_fe Insurance ln this State for the year end
cg January 3 1st, 1899.
ELMER H. DEARTH.
__ur__ce Commissioner.

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