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THE EEPUBLIC: TUESDAY. AtJGUST 28, 1900.
A GENERAL REACTION
ALL GRAINS CLOSE BETTER.
GRAIN MABKETS MADE A
TiTie.it Showed the Host Strength,
but Corn Was a Very Good
Second at the Close.
Monday. Am: 27. 1LXH).
Friends of T-.lgher frlce" lor grain had
much the licit of the nr$rumnt Mils niornlng,
rnd nt the close wero grntiflel by a distinct
nnd well-tstablished ad.ani-e In values in
nil grains except oats. wheat anil oats clos
ing with net rains of He to s" ft"1 .4 and.
fo respectively, while the above-named
closd from V to o decline. Tim tmprr
of the rpeculatlve sltuitlon In (Train to-day
was reactionary, hut as a rule th- move
ment of prices was Email, and during most
of the. day confirm to narrow limit?, the
result telns that the net gains for the day
we"-e fair or.ly all round. The news of the
day, and there ww the usual domestic and
cable adv-ic's, favored an active situation j
and better prices, especially where wheat
was concerned, end that grain became jo
strong as to affect com to a. greater or lrr
extent. Pit operattors in c. general tny
were quiet a Good part of the time and thy
situation wao without much utir and !io ex
citement, in fact, outside of the undorton
of strength there wan nothing out of th
ordinary to the situation.
Wheat showed undeniable strength to-day
ad made a higher pric-d record, thoturh it
was not ablo to fully recover the lw thnt
it met with yesterday. It wn i slow mar
ket at times, a hanc-ln-the-'n infl t-ort of nn
affair, there helns 11 tie or no stir nnd no
motemcat to prices of conwqueroe, Ihotish
as a rule the strength dlsplajed earlv in
the day continued almost without interrup
tion to the close, which was at a KOO'l
and substantial gain The friends of thl
cereal were favored this morninp bv quite
a number of bullish advices asid especially
that from abroad of a statistical nature.
AH the cable Information i f-ct was bull
ish. For lnstmce, the worlds shipments
for last week were reported at STiOO'O 5u .
whereas tho week before they were G.571.C03
bu.. and one ytar ago 6.173, bu , the fallms
off being chiclly due to th'e smaller Blaclc
Sea ehlpments, which amounted to l.PlO.O'K)
hu. compared with 2.5W.CO bu. tho week
before. There was also a decrease in the
nmount ntioat of uto.000 bu., though l.iit
ear the falllns off amouuttU to 2,b4l,0'X) bu.
Cabled wero unexijectedly strong and
showed that foreljm markets, eapecially
those of England, were not inclined to fol
low our decline of last Saturday, as Liver
pool opentd "hid lower and at onco reac:ed
Ud. On the other hand, the receipts here
of 151,000 bu., which were oifis) bu laiger
than those for tho tamo day a. week ago,
were above expectations, and there was
also an increase of JW,vij) bu. in local stocKS
for the week. Keceipts at tpring wheat
points wero wondetiully large, illnneapohs
alono receiving oer w) cars. Ihete wlio
the only unfavorable considerations te
celved this mornms and had no material
effect upon prices. The opening demand
was quiet, but there was cuUMueiabltr sell
ing pressure. Stpu. started off c higher
at 70ic und c betttr xor i.-ec at 5!se, the
latter eelimg off to lie und the former be
ing offered at 7iJs -More buU infurmatiun
in tho tbapu of cables was received and
Helped the market woaderlulij. iHerpools
closing cable was verj bullish, it reporting
a reaction irora the opening decline of -".ii,
making the close d oetter than last Sat
urday. Contluenuu inarkeis were not o
favorable. Pans closing U&se tuvance, but
Antwerp was unchanoa. and ari-n and
Buda-Pesth were lotn Ac lower, "i'he daj's
exports or flour .md wheat were larje. .u
ElS.OuO bu., and the Ms-iuie supply showed
only an increase of 2tfi,t.w bu., whereas fully
Lfiw bu. increase had been louktvl lor. Toe
advance In prlcts that followed the above
named advices was surticient to put the
Bepu option up to 'O'Vu-c and Dec to
73',5?3tC, from which mere was a drop back
to 7tfec and TH&c, toe Uial lij,ujes being
'kC higher lor the daj for sept, which was
bid 7Wsc, that much better toi Dec at TS'uC
Mller and V.c up for Aug. which was nom
inally ivac uct., which early had been o:
fataA nf "71 n . rl A ... 1 .... ....
lered at lc sold at T-Vt late and closed
c higher at that. I.- r-nglish Msiblo was
lncreasHd 2Zlfii bu
In splto of the w . , condition--, which
wore fttvoiablc, and tco lack of r-poculativc
Interest, thcro wan a stronger lccllng
shown b7 corn this inorninc, though tho
change In prices was small. Receipts con
tinue to ihow up light, tho total arrivals
at primary marKcts aniounUnt. to "114,000
bu., as against Cj.iWO bu. one jear ago of
which S1.1&0 tu. were ro.-el-.ed hc.re as
against luS.COJ bu. last year. Shipments
trom Western markets were 4u2,Coo bu. and
from tho seaboard 676.W bu. Tho ship
ments from exporting countries were re-
Darten nr jriri-;,.!.. l... .... .. .,.. . . . ...
jear ago oelng -.'.tVJ.Cjj bu. Thcro was a
decrease in the visible nupply of l.tj7!j
bu aa compared with LOUO.aK) bu. decrease
last year. Tho initial traces in tho Lec.
oi)Uon were at 23c and at 20Tkc for Oct.!
.--1.1, ueing wnony neglected, "his good
opening was due to the good cabiL... as JJv
erpool opened unchangi-U, but advanced ami
closed 4,-lte higher lor the daj lStc Jm
reported export sales of au loads at the set
board, the market stiffened still more and
bppt. sold at 373.fa"ic and closed M-,,o
heJVor the 0al ilt :- bid. Oci"ob?r
closed c up at StUc nominal, Dec was "-a
better at pfcc bid year was He higher at
-.Ho nominal and Aug. closea iC up at
3t4c nominaL '
There was little Interest taken in tho
market for oats to-day. and The snecula
tive situaUon was eas. Receipts at Vvest-
is,tj bu. a year ao, includlni' Cl-ioo i,
wTh1!1,1- -yirtTMrtti ust
?m ?-? -5--i!iniciits amounted to 2S4.U0O
lu. and tho e.po.-s to la i.mji bu Thiro
f Increaao in tho Msi-,le of j.
lm., as against an incrae of 7CS KX I l ,
?ffP?f-mTI,CWn?-la ,lttIe filing during
the day, eome celling at 'c declino nt "in
for1CepIaBD "wa0- V"P" 21c bid
Aurg.fcnomin?I.;caoVaCtil0c?er at n'ld
uu. uaxie. .j. oatw J n. i."-".1". "
are falrlv bel.l . ..." ."" "!" 1klOK
cf roora on the market " no1
tLe Lnlted Kingdom c numptl n o' b .tli ,1m
Ireland, where procti.ali- the wh le oron a 2
OraiiuSd ?iSer' & 'MU f
?o0ntrVn,e,hn,te:, -"S VwilI cleU
Ji? .55li..h u"ssiua nv '"an am other thing and
ln addition rccommrnJs late s4dlne 'E- ana
-TwbeiJl1.'',h Gvcr-ment Ciarterel ss steam-tie!r.4.tr:int";rtato-1
wrvlce of nil kindi
-i.V0,e ,C5!,i mal'ing several trips '
, Chlc?K0 Vozixi of Tndo will be clcsd
to-morrow but an adi .urnmiu or that hod?
rSrkekU "y tlSUT at aU D T-h the oSier
c-ft0if,ay'i,J'fntlp;? at fthea. at fct- "'s were
th' r .entailer than a week aco. and not halt
those of two weeks airo. when llgurej with th"
same aver.go of busl els to the car as was cm
plojed ono und two x.eeks ago
. '-SJt r -elpts at tho rrimarv points tn-dii-rial1.7?,4-09'
bj- acain-1 -- on? week ar
file. 1'V- .t ,c.""" afco ,,lj l-''MJ l.u two eari
'.?0 ,Al tte four wintir wb.at markets thev-
nno jl,.ijo bu a jear ago.
tZJI'1'? ,r- of Dond n. wtl'e J H.
Teasdale K o. that in their .a mi. n fle l,iui.
U35J5 "ot UI"''1 fo- v.he.t hn.de s Thev
reckon upon a delnl ru-y . f 0) 00. bu in aprin
tho United Kingdom and llui-sia and the an'
VUlan iro.l4ib arc r.Ilcl upjn to offset til's
jle lalencleB somewhat, mt Itussla. It ,k eUl'rt."
w-111 ship very 1 tile to the I niied Kinjtdom unde
the parity cr 31s and thj Dan..ao loa.h t3 part
vvlth anything unler Iss 6d to 2l'3 C, -ihey note
that a number of traders eho nn Inclination to
rtock up for the winter months. Jn corn they
incline to the opinion that prices haw, reached
S..!8 .,erflr 'vf. '"' an'1 t,lat tlw United
Staus Is the Unitsd Kinidom' almost i-olo
source et eupply.
Vlalbls upply ot craln:
Wheat ....4.i.Si.rA) 4s,7t.l.OX) fi.haj,
cop e 7,4-0011 2.1112.000 r.."i:soco
0al - k.l'6J..l0 7.021,0-W EOOTO
Amount on iscmu panracc;
m,..4 , M?'- 3I- JV1U!- u :vM Aue;. 25,'M.
jyheat-flenr....2,,f.on n "i.osj.roi fjraiMa
C" 11.s20.01io n.4a,O)0 js;2;ooo
Trial avnllnble upply.
-Vujrui-i. Jj'W 77,153,000 -4J.33O.O03
created oi remalrcd : b ut the' .1V ? r in
The jleld of fie - .rl .us craH- m, " J 5'
----- s, 4 ,u J-.rinU Uhntit !.
August 21. lss? .
Shipment- of wheat bv the principal export-
Iir. Week. Wcl( Pefore. Tear Asa
r o o
. 6 m 0 O
. SCi iX)
August H 1900 ..
Total". i.w.oa C. 571 000 C17J.OO0
Shipments of corn from the principal export
LiustWcck Week Before TearAco
America S.4'.W 3 077P0) 4 3?S oie)
Russia ISS0.0 SiVftO S0010
D&nub'an sstno 610)0 iv.0
Argentine. r.i'l iiV) 2 OK) IISO"
J 233 t10
("unIi Criiin, I'l.jiir, nto.
VirEAT Oa-li imr:.et-nec.ie.l. 12 St: slo
and i c.i- liK-al .ml I ens thn uch Mtune
ntut an .v-lKnt ill nu'ul nam mil' s ami lar
lili min .md Jnu".iul ulve purii .-op lint
i '.ami up i.H.nnt,'. of kojJ soft wim.r "nrli
lix samplt iwitihcd Xo 2 lei !d .it "J i"-'iC
thl a-irl 7J',si7,r r slil", No . r J at 7" c
tt Tl'.c 7o 4 winttr at CSc to fflc. no pn.lo at
. S-c In el. -xtor No I rtd 7oo. No ."
ri-d ,i N i I c Soti. Fpiinc voli on 'rk
at . if Xo 4 mil r7. for n-Jccfd Offerli k
Minll of hard wirtir and t,a.nh held nb i i
wlat bajoi! nnuid paj No I -o"il on trk at
', sc t fH-c for faniM No 3 iuitibl at
MUX ('ish market Itecelvetl. r cars local
and ,s car" throuith Not much on -a!e, but
de'nand Ilpht an-1 t me linn On trk. N'o ; foM
M (v. No 3 at f'.c Xo : white at 41c, N'o
. d Pt 4 He No J jellou uort'i ?itic
OATS "avh retrket Received. 4t." ctr local
am; i iars tnrotipi iii", ana u dull lieiv
nmrk.t Jlo-t ihlpiTs lioldlnR off anl loc 1
il natui 1 c! t On trk No 2 old at ".l'-o N'u
! ' 1 . Nn t" whlt at ".V- No 3"di. at
-' j 4 No 4 do at SJTSVsc no RTade i
at . .' e clljr-il white at r.ii-o for No 2
ii i c inr . 4
KT1 1 i ri u-m!!;imr to rar oer 4tc for No
- 1 ut n . .ell rs at that
riyi! r Vothlpc heard f-om abroad tUn rion
lr. the mtnnl rMlt ef rreh a. v eal; le-n as
America ln1 .t.aiiirda liesldes m t millers
aKlnp tlfer j.-1'.s, nlilrli had a deterrent ef
f. ct upon the fa.lcn bur alo In all pro
al.llitv ivmnfotte trade cjuleter. but demand
"" fair Quotation on soft w!ntr when 11 nir
are ao fo'lor I'.-.tent" f3 !WH O. Ftralchts St "".
'i 4" extra trrr rs 207-? -n: ejea,. S; -.j-j- jow
'.TL" """ -- SiT: " ' Hani winter In Jute rki,
SI r- ' M for bal er. J! i0,i1 for rtralshts and
S" 1 2, for t atent
';? '".. ?7,"Il-JoW'Il"f ot ,a :5 ln "'!F- '
COUVMI I-s; ng:.i5; p-arl meal, rrrlti and
l'Olll'n 2 4"
MII.Frrn Fteadv. but a quiet rn-ket. Fal
con d 'e made r-"t c IjoiiI nt at To l-i li-e
ut 1 for in vraaii skx. for bnn and (tsETflc for
mixed feed m min ra., ri;c nnd hr 77r
HV HeMed T4 ton local and "i ton
tlnush shi-ipel 4"2 toi. .Market quiet nnl
teal 7rod local demand for Rood feeing
era 'e In ill e' ilis rlce fo row on trk
r .-c. 1 Imothv M2? 12 ?n for choice. J;o Mffll 73
4lr. J. "'""'t 5 S)rtJf,rX Z
I rtlrle S. 0 f r choice J75J7 FO for No 1. S1; f
' ' Ji." ' "',w'' r' r N" ' lo er. $ 'T12
STnM-weat on trk. J3 To, r- $.
01:a-s Sl'Krt rii v er S7 filfi "! S3 Timothy.
i -pit and S:7T bid for p'ime to nrrivo
tlU month tpt rr 0l; rrdlop S333 78 for
c'fiiT:i i' f.r fares tl er se'ds romlral
r!TOK r.nvN- nil Jl 2 rer bu for prime In
oar ,!"is Fr,t or ,n arrlxe promptly. Trimo It
sun II '. t- SI 10 lnf.-lir le".
I!EJ!Prrrv-5S per 1 O ,te, . pure tail.
1 '-"A' '"'Hlchcr at $1.41 bid for spot and
' lti rrt e
T.'4T Afte- kits the trad- RUeislnn for
alHMit Fit weeks when ard what their net chanKa
?.1?., b?- t,lr ,rul ia advanced the price ti
Si "J? '! eaW tl,at another will be made rlht
?. n , Sal- ,K cars chemlcul at 4 r2' and
that hid nml refund ff.- niore
''p'-TEK-Hett-r ilo, to toi eI1lnf at $4.03
nnd held me. cl -no that.
l'rfcei on 'Chansrc
The followins table-, ho the rarce of prices
It. flit' ic .n.l .. .i...
-" - .. .u.u kt, f.iaiii.
.. . ...
1 S2 712
.. Ci ..
.. .70i, n
. ..7i I,
Corn Aus ..
Oat. Auc ..
S3 SI33-5JP-! 3.1, b
21 1., n
ti-4 ....U ..
24 b 24 u
Jash wh-at. ccrn and oats ranged:
-e. - . '!" "tar- tiitur-i'!Ly-
n.1741 ,iw t rcu iu y.i-a
No. 3 red tsM-j-x
o. 4 wlntar.. C3 c,6.s
No 2 hard .... c (-'-'-a
No i hard 67 -57cJ
Corn No 2 311k-o2
No 3 31 y
No 2 v-hlte Siijjj ...
No i -ahlt- . ..31 o ...
Oats No. ". l"l4-322i
No. 3 .. . .21 ji
No 2 Northe-n 24 ".
No 2 .hite .. .--..--.,. .
7d .(Tl ImiiIS 71"-j
6i tjo7 C4 5(r9
tl'it'U ... biS-tia-a
KU1 67 4J474
) V ... ) V-...
4.44(41 41 m....
40 5a ... 4J-,ij-....
1 l ... 2t i ...
2.a .t.... 2.. it ...
21.1 ... 23--5124--.
"3 -n ... 23 fcr2:!i
No 3 whito 2-Ua25
No 4 wliltc.'.y.iutyj-
lotemcnt of lirnln.
whi it. com. thit. Corn.
1--..162 Sl,2lJ iji.sTO 4,1,30
Et. Ijuls ...
Ckfcaco . ...
1 r trolt
New iork ...
I alilmons ...
I I lladelphla
Lofton .. ..,
.3U-4.I 13...0J 22M.S2J E7t.21u
-.ViJ J,"jiW 4 ,C-jU
3.i! 24.5. t,,in
24.733 l.o 2) M.730
... 'U C32
:7.7o! 12-.72I 453.311
l''.t7S 42 9M 20.313
2.2 W 7.1,123 ::.m
2.OJ0 4s.l' S4,2Si
fetfieki of Grain in More.
To-da. Safdaj. Last Tr.
...4.1E.-.3I0 4,17!s.M7 2.072 613
... 131..7J2 13,420 12.,.C41
... 72.J70 7J.SS1 17.L4I
,03 7,743 2,ti33
No 2 red
No 2 hard
No 2 com
No. 2 wh.te corn...
No. 2 oats
..i.rr3,os3 i.:6:.s7o i.dojitt
.. 350.633 23S.755 40.721
.. SI.IV4 ,,1
.. IkI.ISJ C3.34J
No. 3 rje
-iiiipnienis or I loixr.
St. Louis. t.7tj bbls.. Chicago, 13.6s6 bbl n,.
ttolt. 1.W-J bbls . MI'walilieM ' S.l l.l.l. s."
ovla ;SM bbl.; Nev. iork. .M bbls. and 17.011
-& -asra jft.-sa-ast jr
Local Fruit, Vegetable, Poultry,
Egg and Uutier (Quotations.
Bt. Louis, Monday, Aug. 27, isw.
The proiuce maikcts were generally in better
condition to-daj and prices, as a rule, were
nnner. itocelpts of rearly everj thing werellghter
and there was a gojil aemaiid for bom shli.uim
oua Icuu account. ' " "
rotates wero rlrm and higher. Receipts were
llnnt and lita i, n active demand enecialiv
lot liome-Biuuii inrly Ohlos, from both snlui-rs
and tut, i.ocal iriulc.
'lomatoes were ilrm at unchanged prices. Re
ccipis v.ere mud -rate, but there was a good de
mand, both fiom caimers and local dealers
onions w re weak and lower Receipts were
i.eai. una uici was somu held-oier ttis.k uf
lereu Jlam t tno oiteiins were in bad condi
tion and in.eiior qualltj and had to be sold at
an ,.ii e ulL mwble
-4.t,i;Be was .ul t and steady at unchanged
price, itcce i,cs wtib moderate, but wen. euual
to the demaiiu
CUcumbeia were scarce and ln good demand
at mm puces
btun bena were also scarce ard llrm. and
told jor hincr prices.
bwett p,iatucs were ilrm and In acthe demand
but other vegetables were quiet and uuclianced
Apples were in bette. ilem mil, und the nLrkct
was nrmcr on choice i u.i, c-pciallj fancy
Niitheni offerings, but c.ainon or inferior btoci.
Was dull aril dit.lcult to sell, shippers were- prac
ticall out ot Ine market, but Hie louU demand
1-eaci.es worn firm and higher. Receipts wcr
llshlcr. and there w i an actUe d em end for
cnolce. lai(,e sound irulu fhere wus utile ue
iiiaiiu, how.ver. lor small or Interior lnilL
1 ars were Heads, ai.i there was a fair de
mand for good to f.incj fruit.
riums were scarce, nrm and In good demand
Hies weie plentiful, .aid th- market was
i rail apples we-c dull and unchanged
. alt nnrlona wen, weik and lower! Receipts
wero nioueraie. bui were In cc-s f the ile
iii.ino. which was cotuined to choice large
Northini ineloas. .-rnall or medium sized wero
lulu to Sell
Cantaloup! s wero steady. There was a fair de
mand lor itickv r. ril. but outlines wei am
Ile. Home Mown n eicn-i w re s;jrtii and firmer
Oiitifces wue lirm and in Kiod dem ind at un
Lemons wer. ilrm and ln active demand, and
oflerlrrs wiru lic.ht.
oilier fruits w.ie quiet and btead.
Dileu fruit was madj and in goo.1 demand.
Jttceiucs were hea. but all oilerlngs who
Haul j taken
LUt poultiy was quiet and stead. Old chlck
eia were scarce and in irool demand Spilng
cl.ekeu, wero wanted by both shippers ani tho
o al node, but reeeipis weie hgnu ISeceiiers
" advised, however, that heavier receipts
nakhl be IjoKcd for to-monon. vtlUnK tuikevs.
i'uu.s and giete were quiet and steailj but old
tu.nej ducks and L-eee were dub "a-id un
Veal- were stcadv. There was a fair drmand
loi ciivlee, small, fat calv.s. but ht ivv calves
were dull Prices were unchancd, a rceelpla
were MUit and aboat equil to tile demand
.-htep and lambs were uull and uncharged
Gai.io was qlliit a. d stCadj at uneh mged
tries I.eeelpt. wire motlj in bad londition,
bat there was a SOoi demand for choice Etock.
tool ua quiet and unchanged There ui a
fair demand lor medium grades, but other knds
v ere dull and slow Most of the offerings were
line medium and line.
ltidc- were cuiet and rtcady at unchanged
Piiees. R.-eolpts were light, und all oTerinas
met with leadj sale.
The market was again quiet and steadj to-dav
at unchanged pnc 'iheie was a rood demand
Tor cholc- stiwk but all of the oftc-rlngs were
more or l"s heated or stale. Chnict, fi-sh near
b .stock would sell rcadllv at liuc joss 0ff i,ut
hf.ltsl. held or mfirlor stock snfd at any price
Receipts at St. Ixiais to-day were 1.823 cases
and sulpmcuts were 1,000 caes
liutter The market again was dull and slow,
but there tins no change in quotations Other
maikets were firmer, and the local market wis
tlrmer in consequence, but there waa very lit
tle demand, and stocks were heavy, ciuotntlons:
Creamirv Ultra 21c; firsts 174SlEc: seconds 161?
liC Dairy L.Xtra l,c: tlr-ts 16c: grease
t4 ?- it1torf:rclfaJ-F tc?r SOOJ t0.-a ' demand, support from speculators and an ab-?i,.i3,r'r,ii-anle'pack?d,Tr-xtra,
1C, lrstpl3c sence of s.ier. The close was stculy at i net
X- 14, . -V-... 1- 4. ... , . , " . .t.. ' I
J-?!t- V,4C, iVew-or Jc- L'mburger 105T104c;
ivi!.VS: 4'KT'-iISP: brick at 1054llc-
l4JcolnK we Jobbirs prices.
LALS--Quote: Choice small fat (from UU to '
.",;. ?. iir" ,.-."'.." "iv-, .-....e-i, 11114S,
, 125 lbs) at KUessv ,,r lh l...-i- .1,. (isn I7n
lbs) 4'V: l,ori.! iWih .ma thlnlt 34C
f-neep ami venrllngs dull at 3Vu4e; thin rati
..i.w uuck. hi .44 'i 'c per in s-prmg lumps lwm
i ;it 4c to 4Ue per" Hi. for choice 51 to t3 lb ; buck ,
lambs at 35r3V.c.
Missouri and Illinois
lied clothlnK 13 fTM
Hial 1 .V low IS wli'J
ltiirr .'v cli ir
itiK'd 17 fflS
Sliihtlj burn IS ii. Ill
Hani bum lJ'.Hill
I.sht line .. II, 1,17
II aj line .. 11 Jjn
b onln .s. lova
Mtil ci.mblrR . IJ
Itii.i .v hraid IS Cils'
i -ul blltht 1(1 iii V
ljrl. milium Ti 41b.
VI " m 'diilm 1 . f- 1G
lant line It till
Hem Ibe 11 , 13
lv in-- is i N'i 1) -
Tex . 1. T. & Ok
Coarse low. 13 (flS
Tine imiliuiu .14 HIS
1.11,-ht liui .. 14 '.iir.
Hi aw lino .. 11 4112
Kaknta A Western
lirlsht mod ....IS Cfls'4
li nk nn ilium 14 (jli!
r in- nu ilium.. 14 61 M
Unlit line .. n it n
Hi ll line .. 12 (lU
Ark inas .; .souih
Med (lleeood) pp mjil
Mr I (loo-.") IS fill'
ltur .. .14 (ill i
11 lid burn .. . .:
N. I .. . 2-1
lTU'i mi I l'i i 13' i
No 2 13 ClJl
liurrj is f(iJ)
Almoin poit inlr -f
ban .V 1 1, ir IS (ij)
ltuin . 10 'ill
lurk . miiIi 14 5J1I,
1 In- medium .11 liili".'
l.'iiht line .. .11 Si 14
Heij ime .. it fj!2
Ill ick and veeilj from 4c to Co a pound less
AVhen bOh round Grt en-salted Sl4c; Fouthern
St-jo l)rj-t!int Choice Teas 145,c, uenie re
cclptM 13'tc. drj fallm 13'2c, dr H.i.a ll-c,
whtn sdd on ,-lections clreen salt No l 7c.
llecn-salt No I 6c, bull lc. Dr-tllnt No 1
J-io. No 2 14c, dr -flint bull 10c, dr cull nnd
fclue 7Hc Drj. -suited No 1 12c, No 2 lie Un-curt-d
lc les than lUitd. pirt cured c less.
I'ork Merket eisj. fob. $12.50 for new.
Lard lower, l: ldo prime stiam $6 6JH
lountrj Lard-6St,Hi., according to quality and
Country Bacon ralr aera-;o pieces, uniformly
cut and well smoked Shoulders at 6iS0c. slde-i
Ca.c. bams at 7ft?c. most of the late inesularly
cut and poorly handled, these sell on their
Green Hams, Etc Held ln car los f o b II
side, Hairs On basis to for 16-lbs and f'O fjr
14s, New York shoulders at 5c Trom tho block,
del : Run-of-house hams at S'-e, belllea at l
-j 10c. us ln uerae.
D. S. Meats Il-cd lots: Eitra si nr's 7jc:
Cribs 7Hc rlrnr nl.V 7R... hnlllAo sstfrcT ,.
In averHRe, plates C'.c. Dealers chaigc liirher
on small orders.
incon Uxd s. c meats in a lobblntr war:
ave-age Nw York shouldirs 7c Plain smoke 1
"d meats Extra shorts c e-rlbs se,c: clear
s'des si4C bellies suirc s, n average, plates
- ... 4. .ii-,,n--i ',, .rtC as in
.-i Dealers chnrdi h K"ier on
Tallow fnuntrt No 1 4'i4",c:
on .m 111 orue-i
'jt. Vn ? ?Sl! .14,14
, "I 11. :- lIliMOe S 4r .1-
Greii cjui'ti Pr wn 2c veilow 3c: white
sV lucktrs choice vv'ilte !",'.; veilow 4c
Heef- On orders HI id Jf $' 73 EuR. n
Marl et $11, tonsues at $S per doz , dried at 133
Poultry, flame nml Vcnln.
LIVE Pi)l LTi:v. rag- rtemts Young
turkevs 10c. old C?T7c Chickens-Hens 7c.
old ii.i-.tei.. s'c Iuik .e 1. e pigeons COc pi r
i'oz. ..e 4Uc Spring chlcki ns quoted at St-o
l';T lb Spring ducks 7c. bprlng geeo 6UC Llv'o
....!. e. .- . . ---... - ....
'A.vil Quote: Plover at 73e per do7 : wocV
ojik at Jl per doz for "elect large; squirrel at
,:,'.' "..z fo- voung, 7. for old
HJOii I.KvT Quote at 2iV; , r doz. for BraaJl
l0,.. me.llum and $1 for large
vLLj h he small fit dirt to 125 lbs) at
jitrnt,. ,v.r h heavv do (141 to 170 lbs ) nt 4i(.1J
a i-rlb heretics rough and thin at 3.c Sheer,
and vtarliigs dull at ."Vulc. thin ciif and
bucks at Jt.7.jc )vr iD. e.prini Unibs Ew-s ut
4c to 4U ,.cr lb. f0- choice. j to 65 lb.; buck
Imtn nnd Vt-Keluliles.
eArPI;,rs- 1uote ound In bbls at from
fl to $1 Hi for poor: $1 25 to $1 GO for good to
choice, and Jl 7- to $2.15 for f incv high-colored
v..netirfs Home grown filling luou from wa.ons
ai Iji- to w r bu and at from 5fe to Jl.3.1
I:r nieiiure latter for bellellour
....v hm-iiunois i uu wickets quotablo at
3l4f,c niarbv c-.m-lgnesi lots 2Vg3.; for small
to medium up to .aKiCmc for choke and fancv uer
'--liu biket, and at .A: to 7.rtt$l per bu. box
lor medium to funcj. Home-grown wagon r
c. pts hi ought 30n0c per Vbu Kienet for w Ind
ians to UV for cnoicc- large stumps and 6)75o
W'ATl RVIELONS Ouote Iowa molors at $703
J per car on trk. and in a Jobbing wav at Hit
1) per lf dl .ilis. low i. 1 car at $C0. 1 nt
Jj3. 1 at J,-., 2 at ?i). 1 at $0,"..
";V- V'tl'i:?- Las Animas and Iamar sales
at $1.. o(i. f.;r standard crates oft and sla k at
oJo), at Jl il 2, f ir 2 3 cntes and $1 2ofil &3 for
peny crates poor conditioned le-s. Home-grown
in verv limited supplj
PEA Rb -Quote: i-outhem l Cents at $2 to
J-oO per bbl for round and t'KjiCOo per bu tox
nearbv common varieties at 15Jr2uc, liartletts
and Howell at 3.,40c, and sugar pears S0ii35o
ptr tj-bu. basaet
GKAPIS t-aimai baskets Hartfords and Ives
quotable at Sc and Concords at 10S13c. u-bu
ba.si-ts Concords 13c and white varieties at
SRA.nA-PPL'K'-At 20ff23c per t-bu basket
and at $20 per sugar bbl. for choice Siberian,
common ursalable .
1'I.l.MS tjuote per H-bu. basket: Newman at
40c; common larlatles at 20ff:.c; damoru nt
wc. soft, overripe Hnd leaky lec.
PIN EAlU'lEh Florida smooth Casenne quot
ablo at $3 per case containing 15 pines, stock
rather too gTen.
.CA,U,IPIIXI ITtl'IT-Quote: Rartlett pears
at 41-2.1. and Uuerre hardj at $1 51 per 40 lb
br l'lunis. i er 20-lb crate, gross prunes an 1
u-rman prunes at $1 401.SO. Kelstv Japan
Plums Jl 2a. Tokay grapes at $1 ..ofli C), and
Muskat at KrfiJl per half crate Penxhes (or
auge clings and fcuquehanna) at 7Li77x; per 2J-
OIcANGl.- We quote In a Jobbing wav- frcm
F.orc: Mexican at $3 r.CK?4 per bx, California
late v alencla $4 ?0 per box.
LEMONS Quote, blclly $T. m per bx for
choice to $6 foi fancy; California at $ " 50, fancj
California CUOtCd at 12 61 nn Irk :Tr. rtfV fn-
1JANANAS tVe quote on orders: Port LImon
at $1., j pir bur.ch for firsts and $1 2 itl oi for
COCOANUTS Quotable at $25 per lcoo; In a
small way at $3 rer 100
LIMES Quote at Wca$l per 100.
POTATOES Home fcxown early Ohio lowur:
sales lofe from farmers' wagons ranging mainly
at 25B310 per bu., ftney buff Btock bringing
ONIONS North Missouri red 32u.5jT.-c.
CELSIiy Qui to tound at 43c to" M; per case
for Michigan containing thrco doz. and at 23Ji'
35c rer bunch for blue ribbon a car load suld
yesterdaj at that range.
TC3L TOES Home giown catsup stock quot
able nt 12'.tJlue pr bu. loose and select stoik
30,i 3",c Ordirs ch trged hlgl er.
UUCc'.MHnitS- Home-grown selling nt $1 par
bu looo fer choice green
CAUIiAGE Home Brown telling on o-dem at
$1 fo- largo crates.
STRING UEANS Home-grov n scarce and firm,
selling Incv,. nt $1 per b.i. for round gre n
CARROTh Northi rn quotable at $1.2 per bbl.
and at 7V01 per 10) lbs. bulk, del
Ol MHO Dull Home-grown selling at 2U
23c per t--bu. nnd 15c per peck hisket.
Tl RNII'S Home-grown sell at $1.23 per bbl.
on shlpp'ng orders Con"lgnnicnts not w lnted.
SWE1.T POTATOES rirm Hme-grown Ilir
muda poll at Ci,"(M and Nanscmond at Sl'n.'J",
per bu loce and at U&'l.'u it bbl. on orders
LUG PL NT Home-grown sell at 43S30O per
11EETS hell at $1 per bbl. ln shipping order.
HOUSER-VDIII Quote new heme grown at 13
per bbl on cri'ers
NEW i-AUERKRAUT-Qaoto bHs. nt $2.2i.
half bbls at $1 53; email orders charged ntgncr.
HIGiru-lNfS Selling on a basis of $1.24.
SCRAP IRON AND ME TAL Iron Wrought
40c per 10) lbs ; heavy cast 33c, steel and mallea
ble 25c and 20e. stove pipe 20c, burned 15c. Itras
Light $7, leivy $10 50 Copper $11. lcad
$ . :i Zinc $2 75 Pewter $12.
COOl'ERSTErr In car lots on trk.: Staves
Cottonwood flour bl I Jfi )fi7. No 2 $4)i4 10, half
lbl ! & 50 l,pr keg $1.1116, lard tierce J.S,
iork bbi $1S Headings per sit No 1 Hour
lbl 56 bhaved hoops rimir bl S4a4 ") Tor
ctot"r. $3 for Hoo'ler, half bbl. $2 BO, colli d elm
(t. foot) $!. oak laid tcs , cooper-shaven, $Ci,
pork bbl $3
COOPERAGE Lard tcs $1 13; pork bbls. 00c:
half Ibis 7"c, -I iek work, round-hoop flour
bbls ."r'iJi, llit-hoop do. 3Jc, half bbls. 2"c;
mial bl .lie, produce bbl L4c, apple bbls. .3c.
ItllOOMCORN Nomlnalh JC)nl(i) per ton.
ltri.Mv X rirm l'rline '.ijc I ei lb
I EATHEits-Prime large white 4c In small
aid ilk- In large sks , rraj ?Cc, while, old Tr
3st X 2 Ij'i, XX .Wl22. . XXX l.'Hl .c; XXXX
sr. fie Tire .. per icnt I larve to K pr cent for
rn .11 ets llu k WHllte .!nft37e dark 274li)c.
rimk.n 4c Tuikei Hodj 3c, till 30c. wing 17c;
viirg all ami pointers I3e, wing and till 2uc,
vine and p i-.nii rs 'Je, pointers 3c.
.)EER--KlN'.-i Prime -rc per lb , antelope 124c;
gcat 20130c. Kid and damaged out. Texas 20c
ROOTS Ginseng nt trom iltil 2"., ladj clipper
Cc; Seneca Sic: pink 13c, golden seal 4)c old
worth more; Mw apple 2W2V;C, snake 2Cc, black
4"-c, angel'ca ty.'-e. vvahoo link ot root "c,
bark of trie 22,-c, blood 2Vic; blueflag ro; skull
cap lenv- 3'nC for prime green, sassafras lurk
4c All roots should be thorouehl) drj and clean
before being shlpptsl to market.
SliLEP l'ELTto Wool pelts at MtfSJc; lambs
231:4 V sheirllngs 20If3c. Drj or fallen pelts SW
2c p. r lb
DRIED ritt.IT We quote- Apples Evaporat
ed lines at 3c for ordlnurv to 4c for choice, ex
tri nun lotr would prohjnly bring moie: evni
orated quaiters at 3c to 3itc, sun-dried quarters
at 2' c for fair to .llic for prime
DRIED GREEN PEASI: Jobbing from store at
$1 15. split nt J1.43
'Willi! UEANS Choice hand-picked pea be,ns
ln a Jobtlng way from store at $2 20if2 2o
screentd Ec per lb. less. Western at $1.W; weevlly
less Lima hi ins at Cc per lb
HONE, Comb at 10c to 12'ic fancy white
clover l."ttl4c: Inferior, dark and broken less. Ex
truted anil strained ln bbls ISIS'tc and in cans
i-Sile per lb higher.
"LINSEED OH Per gal : Raw at 64c; boiled nt
C3c, lc per gal le--s ln car lots. Castor oil In
bbl per lb. No 1 12c; No. 2 lOeJc. Cottonseed
oil Summer jellow rs-; white 0.1c. winter jellow
43c, white 41c.
New- York. Aug 27 The visible supply of
grain Katunlaj. August 2, ns compiled by the
New York Prouuce Exchange. Is is follows:
Wheat 9 "ii6 000 bu lucre i-eil 20",tTO bu Ccrn.
7.4.0.i) lu.. decrea'ed 3.672,CC) bu. Oats, S.0GS (0)
bu , Increased 1,014 w) bu Rve. 731 0.J0 bu ; in
cieaed 53,000 bu. Ilarley, 517,0v0 bu ; Increased
Iliilci nml I.i-atlic-r
New York. Aug. 27. Hides nrm; California, 21
to -3 lbs,. s'4c. Leather stead.
New York, Aug. 27 Wool dull.
New York. Aug 27. Petroleum quiet.
Oil Citv. Pa.. Aug 27 Credit bilances $1.23:
certificates no bid. Shipments three days 2CS.170;
average 14.0, runs three davs r,322. average j
Turpentine nnd Kosln,
New York, Aug. 27. Rosin quiet: strained $1.60
C1.60. Turpentine steady, r-Sv,4J3$,,4c.
New York. Aug. 27. Coffee Putures opened
firm. lOfliO nolnts higher on active general Irav.
ing, led by shorts, and ruled flrm nil day with
an upward tendency on strong cnbles, smaller
reeelnls limn evnected the Imnrninmnt In .mi
auvance ot ii, 10 i'U points. Total sa rs reached
."..SC e.4 4 4U .1, L.UI43. ,11141 MIL ICaCUd
43.00) bags, including sept, at 7.MS?7.33c; Oct.
7.405f7.43cT; Dec. 7.C3K7.70C: Jan. 7.70; Mard
7.80tr7.b5c; May 7.t-Bii7.90c: Spot P.lo steady: No
7 Invoice S.ic bid; mild quiet; Cordova 98Hc.
I miii-nw ...-.- .
- WHtAI KtUUVtritU PAH I
OF ITS LOST STRENGTH.
PRDEARY MARKET RECEIPTS
SAID TO sDE mSLEADTNG.
Corn Advanced Five Eighths of a
Cent OatH Steady Provi
sions Weak and Jleavv.
Chicago. Aus. 27. The wheat market wn.s
strong the greater part of the se -Ion ami
closed -T.C higher than it did Situiday. The
damage to spring wheat bv the continuous
rains in the Northwest and luither indu-.i-tion-i
of a lfi-ciilng of the uitittr wheat
movement weie the chief .strengthening in
Huwices. Kegardfng the effect of the rain
on wheat in tho shock, the customer of a
Chicago commlsbion-houso, lu .1 mcss.Lgo
ho sent ordering the buing In of some
wheat he was short, remarked that now,
after it had been cut. It was growing bet
ter than at any previoui time thl season.
Shorts in corn gave further evidence of un
easiness nnd bought from others, who took
tholr risk, while longs looked on. Oats
were firm, without chango in prico at tho
cIoho. Provisions wero depressed by heav
iness of tho day's run of hogs.
The damage to tho wheat lying unitarkerl
in tho Northwest was the factor that off.et
at tho opening He decline in futures nt
Liveipool. Much alarm ha already been
expressed concerning the great injury to
ie wneat in shock In both North and Sonth
.J.' ana thta morning reports of that
kind wero mora numerous and aiarming
Tlio bears still had the heavy aggregate
o! primary market receipts, with which to
hold the bulls in check, but these lost most
of their force when the result of last n eric's
enormous movement, or v. hit appeared as
such, was a smJl increase to the visible
of 20G,OO) bu. That proved tho cl.Uius that
had been made nil along by the bulls of
the deceptive character of the baro figures
filcen by thcmselces of thin j ear's primary
m.irket receipts. Duplication of the daily
large arrivals at Kansas City aro repeated
from day to day, so tnat tho actual aggre
gate movement Is only nominally heavy,
as such a small increase to tho commercial
stocks abundantly prove.
The total now in tho visible supply is J -K3.OC0
hu., against Sl,6,000 bu. a year ago.
The world's shipments of wheat and Hour
to Europe this week wero equal to 5,430 COO
bu., compaied with 4.405.0M hn tho oir
? JYl ?BL Th Quantity on ocean passago :
l.iolj.OoO bu. less than it was the .Monday
P-j.Jv0li? the totta ncm amounting to a,-
T.h(; T1?",'3 Prinlary market receipts were
called l,ii5,(.v bu., compared with 7,'ii,t"J bu.
earo aM)' but Ul ti"'":y of accepting
those figures as concctly representing thd
movement irom lirst hands has aueady
called for comment in connection with the
small increase in the Wsmle, The clear
ances feoni Atlantic ports tor the day were
equal in wheat and flour to G17.0Q0 bn. Kan
sas City receipts for the day were bi.M
bu. smaller than ilnnilm nf leTct ,..,. .r
lbl.CO) bu. less, than thev. were two weeks
ago. bt. Louis showed a proportionate tail
ing otf. being f,7.t-j0 bu. smaller than last
Monday and m.wO bu. less than they wore
two weeks ago to-dav.
Liverpool recovered its early decline and
closed at -jd improvem-nt for the ctuv. ana
larls quoted luiuies Horn V.c to t.jC a bu.
higher than they were Saturciaj.
Corn was verv- firm on a moderate amount
or business. Toe geneia! situation was un
changed. Loc.il receipts vv ere sm ill and the
shipping demand was good, but tho -tlrr-lie-s
01 hoiaeis made it auliculi for c.' f.
broitera to bring together bujers in the
Lust and sellers heie.
Local receipts were IK cars, and the total
at Vvebtern primary matkets was 40o.j-j0 bu
against ilL.t") bu. the J ear previous. Liv
erpool closed from -vi to .d up 101 futures
nnd quoted spot corn firm. The vioibie sup-
niJ -aS:.rre.'JfcK 1'"-lW ou., leaving tna totul
at i,j,(m) bu , against C,'Ja,0jv ou the
pre.-:ous year. The quantity on ecenn Pas
sage increased 2S0,loO bu. Tne seubontd clear
ances lor tho day wctc bm.u.m ou ine oati
liiuted receipts at cnlc.iifo in, ti.m.M,,.
were Llo cars Niw Iork repjrttd ii boat
loads sold lor export.
sept, corn opened at from 3Sc to SSc
and, Bp.iriiiglv-. at asl.c. worn n,r t, ,,.
to ; o-sj ana closed at S9c, as compaied
with jojto aaturua.
Tho oats market wab dull, but the firm
ness of both wheat una corn impaitcd con
lidence to holders and restralneii the shorts
Horn adding 10 tnolr lines. .Much of the
daj a business was m the wav ot ch.uiguu
fcept. deals to Oct. and later moiiUis. Jn
the end, tho price for the lattet was tho
s.Lmo us It closed b.iturdaj. Jt opened at
-i'.k!; -. aS n"4hus ---. and rested at
Local receipts were M7 cars und rV were
e-stiinuted lor to-morrow. The visible sup
ply increased l,0I4,l,t,o bu. for the week md
now amounts to b,Ut,erj bu , as compaied
witli l.aiT.Oiej bu. the like wee,t or tho pievi
ous t-ai. Lvpoits iioui Atlantic potts
amounted to 1.!.J0 bu. 'Iho oats crop or
I11di.111a.wab reported the heavk-st ever
raised. On tho other hand, rain was said
l? l,e 1doJnB Krejt iujuiy to oats in the
shock in Iowa and elsew nere.
Ro on nearmg tl:o close becamo firm and
"UW above b.tiuruav's close. Tho m.uket
wan .jpiiarontij imlueneeii by tho stiong
feellng that existed 101 wheat ami com"
a.so, the laet of light oltonngs made a firm
inipieslon on holdtia. tiept. io w.ui.sold in
e.vchango ot Dec. nt a discount ot l"-c. No
- atoio sold at fi0-(!jov)"sc. N'o. .! :n"o0c A
c.u of no-grade iu w.is sold for i3o. Ko
ccipts vveru 5 car-, and shipments Lav) bu
Lxporis, put of New York amounted to 1,1
?",. i11!'. TI, ltflb'o supply of no was poatod
7J4,OijO bu., nn increase ol ."ij.flw bu. Ciiic.iko
stockB uggreguted ;I71,C00 bu., an Increase, of
24,w bu. Sept. closed at 51c; Oct. .it 51W:
and Deo. at i.Psc.
limine of I'll In res.
Opening. Highest, lowest Closlrg
,k. Tie ., -.
Corn Aug ..
Oats Aug ..
74 'J '.4
It 07' j
t 9) "
Jless l'ork S"pt. 10 S7ia
cee t.j .45
Jan -. . ii ...
Lird Sept C.C7'4
Oct (,.72la 6.771-
J in CK 6 01
Short Rile Sept. 7.W 7.C0
Oct c M 7.HJU
Jan !-..') 5 0J "
Itccelptsi nnd rjlaipiiirn,,..
I'lour, bbl-. jj tfyy
Wheat bu C4i,ilr,
:n-n. J"' ijo.Ok)
pat. bu 514.M
.:'. 1,u, 7,(.
liarley, ba i4i0M
Barley ruled ptrong at former quotations.
Orierings wero very light. Maltii.g grades
were quoted at l&uISc, and leed at 3.,oSc.
Leceipts were 1G cars, and shipments Sa &D
bu. Lports out of New voll. uoro lu:i
bu. lh, visible supply of grain ln store
amountid tu 317,000 lm , an increase of 12Sci)0
bu Chicago -jummed up 17,0iK) bu . a sniall
Increase of 2,000 bu.
Flaxseed futures elosed steadv- to 4c high
er for Sept. deliverj. This, big advance was
caused b shorts covering, urged thereto bv
the fear of frost in the Northwest. Re
ceipts were al cars, somen hit heavier as
cumpared with Saturday's arrivals s'inn
ments amounted to l.SM hu. Only a ilrtit
business was done in deliveries) to-day Cash
was also strong and fiom lc to 2c above
former prices Northwestern sold at J1.12
and Southwestern the same. Sept. closed at
$1.42, and Oct. at $1.37.
TinioUij nml Clover Sei-ils.
limothy seed was weak and liom 2'e to
Ec lower. The decline in prite was; aunb
uted to inci eased offerings spot s-eed s ii
from $3) to S4.30. Receipts were S'jOji
pounds, and shipments SUM') pounds. Sept
finished at $4.0-. and Oct. at SI
Clover Little business was transictcd In
cloversecd to-day under light offerings and
fair demand. Oct. sold at $10,221!., the first
rale In this market for the last three weeks
Receipts wore 1.S30 pounds, and shipments
1 11,311 pounds.
Provisions were weak and heavy. Receipts
Of hogs weie the obtiuslve nml seilr. ion,.
therefor. Local run was 4S0C0 head, as com
pared with 30,000 estimate7l. and the total
dr Tat tni cnEf SfpacS
Inc. nln-A .-. 1 rn i.nn , . .. n.f. . ..
ing places was 61.500 head, against 45.C00 tho
corresponding d.iy of 1S99. Liverpool quoted
3d advance for American hams. The run of
hogs at Chicago for to-morrow numbered
2j,U3 head. The closing prices for Oct de
livery showed 2c decline inpork, 597tc ln
lard, and l'(f!c In ribs. The packers re
ported a good business in cash meats and
MARKETS I1Y TELEGRAPH.
New York, Aug. 27. Flour Receipts 27.S3"!
bbls.; isales 7,300 pkgs.; quiet all day and about
tejulyr-Tlthout change. Winter patent (3.739
4. do btralghts $3 f,0i?3,$o. P.J8 flour firm; fair
to good $393 2S. choice to fancy $1.2533 U) C?orn
meal firm. RJO firm; No. 2 Western 57c f. o.
b. afloat; State rve Mifolc c I. f. New- York, llar
V ,dull: feeding 42i743U,0 c. 1. f. New York.
Ilarley malt dull Wheat Receipts 183.KO bu.;
exports 123,22 bu.; spot Rtiudy: No 2 rd sr,c
k V J.' '"'"it and 7Si4c ebvator; No 1 Northern
Duluth Mtc f. o. b affoat, N'o. 1 Innl Duluth
i,4" . afloit Options were gencnlly firm
all dav hi f.i,, nf HB receipts Off, rirts
were light and demand stimulated by hlcliT
Lnkllsli cable, a small Increa-e In the visible
und the strength In mm Closed firm at t,c
advance over hitimlij's curb sept. 79','gi'"-c.
elosed 7se, Ot 11' srwc closed 79"Bc. ; D-c.
J.T'V"'1 "-''e. el.siil M'tc. Corn Receipt
ZiO.,.0 lm , expcits js.jti , pot tlrm. No 2
4-4e f. o b all., it ami ll',c elevator. Optlen
in irKet w is str .. and higlier on big ceah. urd
clearmis-u high-r .ili.v nd fears of Irct
In the nst ('Instil nrm it '-f(v.c net advance,
Mav 10 11 If.llif. ,1. . i tlV-. s-pt. 4IV4,34Is4e..
llir-eil 44'.l 11., 4 1 villi",, closed lOC Ol
Rdiipts s-,iii) i, ,,M rt 70.7S3 bu.; "put
" i-ler. No 2 2"i c; ,, 3 j. xo. 2 white 27' ;
No . white sn.e. trk ml. d Wistern 2 ii '7c;
trk wlni. .; -e f),,;i ,ts ,;n nni) feature I. -.s.
Hav stf.ulv Hojis dull Co il quiet Reef
Head Cut m. its t. nlv Lnnl dull. West-rn
Ft-ain $7 10; reilnl quirt Continent $7.33. S
JMii (omiinuiiii iici., i-ork dull, fnmllv $1 0
I . -lnit el. ir Jllj-'ir "ai. ms SU'7'2
Chr.eo dull, Iii,. white 1 ',( . smill v.hlte ll',e:
lirg- nl. red liis,fiini.e sm ill do 10i4e Tallow
llgl cte.1. , ity 4 7-1'K . enimtrv 4'i'7414e Cotton
seed oil dull primo vtllow Slttsfu-i Rlc- firm.
Cli.rags Aug. 27. Cash qu .tntions wero as fil-lo.-s-
Wheat No 3 TJiji, No 2 red 7C'i.7s'..t
Corn-No 4ie. No 2 v.llow 41HC?41'ic. Oata
No 2 22i, c. No 2 white itraic; No 3 white.
23U.5f3iVj,. Rvrv-No 2 .'.lc I! irl v Goo.1 feeding
3 'c. fair to choice milting 42vr4ic Flaxseed
No 1 $1 12. Nn 1 NVrthweotorn f'.K Timothy
s M-r-lrro $1 ri??4 23 Clover Contract grails
$i 7.-.T1') I'tml'l'rs M' nnrk per bbl $10'r.rt
II lard p. r Iff. Mis . $r 70'ir, 72'i. short ribs !dc.
Coo., ) -t, SOT7 2." il-v salted " sliouhlers (bxd )
5.:r2I4ie' 7". sl.o-t rl tr !.l..j ih..l I fT'.lrlT,:,.
Wl'skj Ha!s f hlghwlnr-. tl 2IU. On the l'ro-1-uee
Exch tnce to-dn the in tter market was
firm- enamerles 16fi21c. t'airies KTlc-. Cheese
llrni lni.fliiK.c. Eggs Ilrm- frrh 13'iJille.
Kansas Citv. Mo. Aug. 27 Wheat pt. Ot'ie;
Pe- 17 -e. ca-h Nn hard Cfl'c: No. fJ'J
fii. No 2 red 7iu.fi-.!c No. 1 G7Q7I'J. Corn-
Sept T,-'.c: Dee 32i,W'i2v,c; c-ah No 2 ml'efl
ruTTTe No 2 bite '7'1e, Vo 3 'i'Wr. Oats
wnue s'f-JiM.r. Itje No 2 44'iaT43c Hav
i. .-.,; oais 4 W0.
..Liverpool. Amr. 27. Tleef rrlme. mess steadv
rs "j Lard Ame-lcnn refined In pall", steady
3.n Che-cr. American fne.t white dull. Ms Cl;
do colored ,"ull ris fi Tillow Prime citv dull.
-IT .,r,'Iln"'''1 oil -Hull refined Aug ptendv-.
7,''.'1 Turpentine S-pttlts firm 2Js Cl. I.lnsr--d
oil "4s Cd
Toledo O . Aug 27 TVlieat 4ctlv-r- and hts-'i-er.
spot ..e S'ept 7714 (t 7?e, Per V,
Corn Dull end higher: No 2 cnh !iu,r- Ppt.
41c. Oat-ru.lI but svndv No 2 cash 22c- Sept
-e ii'- i,uii ana nicner, no. z casti uc.
tiover ersl Dull anl Io-vr: "W prime
prime $0 20; Oct. $5 40; No. 2 $3.73.
TlfE I4TVI" STOCTC 3IAT.KCTS.
Nntivrn Hlglier-Teianii Strong to
Higher 1 1 orb lower-Sheep SIott.
St. IxjuK Jfonday. Aur 27, 15W
., Rec. ship.
Cattle, 2.11a lfc
Hogs 2.361 1)4
Sheep sj J3i
ilerse3 and mules ,7 j;
CATTLE Native Cattle Trade What few na
tivu cattle put In an appiaraneo to-daj were of a
medium to common character and diucient from
ah standpoints when compared with the free,
1 pen dt Hiatal that was so strongly evident in
vtry Jepiitmom. Ret bujera paid strong to
higher prices and were verv much disappointed
ln iho uualit and quantity of the oitenngs.
liutcher cattle traders were willing buyers on a
Ilrm basi, and stocl.er and leeier puichisera
tcok everj thing In sight promptly at aell-ous-talred
t guret. m,. miscellaneous classes of cat
tle held strong and aet.vi.
Sales Ineluued beef tis rs of 1.030 to 1.135 lbs.
averao at $4 to 33 2), butcher eows and heifer
at $2.23 to $3 ij), stiiek steers and feeders at $2.tii
to $1 25, stock cows and heifers al 2.K to $3,
veal calves up to J6 2u pr lent lbs , bulls at ;
to i3.4u and milkers ut S-b 33 per cow ard calf.
4 strcker ..
U stockers .
32 ttockirs .
3 feeders ...
3 sti4 kers .
4 --tockcra .
16 stickers .
1 hiifer ....
2 heifers ...
.. 632 3 5o
,. t,'jj 3.30
.. S7J i in
. 1,12 J 23
737 2 i-l
.. 577 2 15
.. 00 J.i-i
.. Zj 2 iK
. 1U) 0 .
. 14J (, 0!)
. 3i0 3 u,
. ISO J.40
.112'J J il
.. ;Ji .1.10
.. 5ao 3 w
.12,1) i 111
., steers ..
tJ steers ..
....111-, $3 20
I s tiers'
lilt, 4 (.0
2 loir.,0 strs .lll 4.00
eJ2 3 t.)
lo he Itrs ...
7 h. ifers ...
. t, s) .1 J",
7j1 .. 2U
. t10 i.lH
.. .-s3 t l
.. ."'2 J.5U
.. Sll) 2 V)
.. Jivl 2 .5
.. UIJ 2 2j
. f.ii 4 .j
.. til) 4 a
.. 0.1 4.10
. Ill J 3 ti'J
4 eew .......
1 I oW .......
lb fec.hls . ..
I feeders ....
lo -t.. kers ..
22 West feed
t,-..) 2 W
3 cw s & civ s each 2J J3
Southern Cattle Trade Kor the Initial daj of
the wed quiiantiiie cattle receipts were the
nualUst in uitr thrie months, numbering but 5J
earlnvd of vvnich Jo i.ime trom tue Indian V r
ntor, 21 tiem tue -oathern border line of K.ua
sas, 1 fiom iims and 2 from ali-isslrpl. 15
slles thoe. theie were S loaus in the uitive dlvl
s. 11 tiurn Jt Siring-, lex. Ihey weie quite a
couimoii graue o, . iferings. Including marlv as
11 am lows as "tiirs. While the stee-ts sold quiek-
i hi. -.irong 10 re: nii-ner prices cows and ll"ii
eis were tathir s oiv and did well to hold steadj.
Si me bujtr. lon-i.lered ste.rs IOiTIjc better.
Mis-ls-ipni cilvis soil at $i..3 s;r head, cows
at 11 ni-d initio at $.' to $3 and steers nt $3.
'lev.is and Indian T.rritoiv Lulls and stags at
!- 1 1 to -so. iu.vs? and heifers at $2 fc to $3.io
mil sleirs of 7-1 to 1,& lbs. averugo at $3 to
No Pes Av Pr. No Des. Av. Pr.
4 c lives ....eaeh $3 .5 il iv.s . hfs.. iibO 2 So
1, mixed 4j5 2W 19 mixed 7JU 2 ')
-4 cows t.02 2 4) 6lr cws .t hf3 . blt 2 1'3
23 llllxid IS 2 , 33 cvis Aw hts.. 705 3.0")
1 cow 'M0 2 11 33 cws i; hfs. 638 3.1U
- e .VV3 7C3 2 73 74 cws , hfs.. K3 3.10
1 tow 1 o 54 steers........ 7lo 3.U1
2 --t ,rs 7j, 4.1.) 213stiers 7tJ J.IO
3 cow a 7) 2 C3 122 st era. ...... iu 2.10
1 bull lu.u 2 b'j P2 stiers 7-1 3.13
1 sug 7'.u ..73 Ust4irs. so) 3.15
to bulls lljj 2 so 59 metrs. s7t 3.15
III lows Mt, 2l. 70 st'ers Sii 3.15
1.) cows M2 2 r.j Lo ste 1 l-s ...... SS2 J.2D
TO 1 i.s & hfs.. 7S 2.7U llstnrs 73 .0
Slows .. . 72 . : 37st4ir. S17 3.'-h)
4-iws .V. hf-v. 75j 2 5-1 22rtiers Ioh) 3 t, J
00 cows . .. i32 2 l) 133 -teer 5i.'C 3 15
HU(,.- Euvers (btalnul Ihe benefit of a bis
run at Chiiago 'ihe u.eltue 1 ere was 7",2fflUe,
and it was poLUlarlj quoted .us a 10c lower mar
ket. Rieelpts weie s!n ill loeaili, but sellers
could not n -1st the declining tindencj. Hatchers
1 ought hos at $3 0 to $3 3, with $5 32U, aa the
potulir price They wore about stiauj with
.vliiidav uf last week. Shippers bought light
legs at Jj 10 to $3 33 which were vv.ut.i $3.40 to
$.7 4, eariv on S"iturda. 'Ihe carlj arrlv ats vv ere
eiispiwed of promptlv and the trade waited for
s.-ni. hing to work on
lb., ton of thu market was $3.43 for select
fane, lugs of 141 lbs. average, bought bv swift
.v. Co 'Ine ni3.t price was $ T, for eholie loads
av. raging l.'i, to 243 lbs. Mvift Jv. Co bought S31
lead of -31 lbs avirago ul a cost of $., 2tt, and
the Nelson Morris .v i o drove was 23 head of
23i 1!k. average at a cost of 4'. 24. The St. Louis
lull, was 2I4(ul0c higher thin Chicago nnd 15f
LU.C higher than Kansas Citv. The close was a
little easj. an i some lute arrivals were held
1 he bulk of the hegs. the pigs and the strlctlv
Iow grade otlerlngs not consnlerei', fcid at $3.23
to U 12h:. as aaalrst $-.35 to $5 42U, on sat ir
day. Piss and light lights 60 to 148 lbs. average,
foul at $1 2j to $. J3. uccordlng to qu illty: Pgnt
negs, irn t0 ijj ;i,v sou at js.g to fi-K x
1 ulk at $3 .-) to $", .,. .Vl-dlum vvilghts. 1.H7 to 235
lhs . sold at $j Jj to $5 .,.-., th- bt'lk g,lng at J3.23
to $. .-1) The heavy culls eoui at $4.75 to $5. Mid
felt to bi st heavy Iocs at :5 -o to $3.o5. Good
ir.:,sl hrgs sold al $-. .11 to $" 0. and common to
fall mlMur4i, sold nt $4.W lo $S.
Repte'enl itive -alts;
No Av Pr. No Av. Pr.
13 ..2 $, 3) 22.. 2 2...$-...0
No Av. Pr.
42 ...30... $3 20
1.1 ..!.- .. 21) -t, .213 .. 5 20 2S...2I7
4J ..244 i. J., 41.. .lil... .--, 50.. .228...
70 1S3 .. f, .J ".. 171... B.2I lC,...2t? .
72 ..2.,t .. r. 25 33. ..203... r..2T, S1...2W...
sr id . r, 27a in .20 .. r. 27u .-a . 2 ..
f. 27' 3
5 35 "
f. 27', 31... lil... 5 27U il ..212 .
B 27tj S3. 215 .. fi 27J 7.. .111...
r. 27'- 33. .17 .. f,. J) 47.. .!,...
5 3.1 41 . IIS ..
3 32'. 70 .l'N .
r.."..t: in .ie.-. ..
3.32's 1--...21: ..
r. a 1.7 ..241. .
. C3...237 .. S 33
SHLLP Only a. small number rf sheep ar
rived, and th.y were very peir qualltv. No good
to euolee natlv e she. p or laml s w ere on sale. Tho
li'nrkit was slow, dull nnd draggj. Iiujers w-re
out In full force and ready for business, but
wanted better qualltv than anv thing on offer.
J pr tho kind on sale tin- market was steidy
vvlth the, cloo of las-t week Tne sticker trade
was quiet mil not matcrl Ulv- changed
.--?."? '"eluded lambs to the mutton trade at
$3 3u to $1
'"-' cu" nmDs at J3.S0. mutton sheep
; .0 t,, $, to, stockirs at $3.10 to $.33 and
I I cl.s at $1 f, to $2 2,.
3 27S Si! .2I1S
5 Ill 25. 172
5 32' j W 2) ..
K.22IS F.7 2il .
r. 724 .-I irs ..
r -. 4;. ri, .
N't Pes. Av. "-
20 laml s i2 $1 35
(S Iambs u, 4 31
Is lambs 72 4 23
41 lambs 3't 3.5-)
3a nat '.'lecp ... VI 2 CO
14 nat. sheej 17 3 30
74 Sw sheep.. . Ie! 3 5o
20 stcckers . ... ill 3 35
No Des. Av. Pr.
5 stockirs 10 j. 35
51 tocl ers 75 2..0
43 stockers 72 3.10
2 1 cull Iambs.... 35 3.30
I buc! li) 2 25
C bucks 121 2 11O
19 bucks 37 1.S5
I.OEsES Tho commencement of the week was
cr.ir.nrtirij'dl tj a strong and satisfactory tone
In the gcreril market. A m irked increase was
sluwn ln me volume of the southern demand,
irrny new- bujers having put 'n an aFpeirar.ce
s'ico the elo-e 1 f last we'k. The opening supply
v. is of a misle'iate character, but manj of ihe
ofl. rings sulli.l the demani perfectly, and on
thtse, vi?: good-sh iped voung mares and gell
ligs 15 to 13'? hands the trade wa3 brls'; and
ibotit $5 to $7.sU hither thnn the general nve-rage
cf lit we-k. L'beral So ithc.-n commissions were
being 11114-u lv loial bujirs The Eistern propor
tion of tfto Biiiplj vv is not large, but the chumes
that were su'tahle for that Inquiry were readlly
t ik' n at firm prices, the ton on export chunks
lunging up to $1.'.. The. bulk of the Southern
offerings were bringing $."5 to $65, with tops up to
H?r".,L, "uotatlons Heavy draft, common to
good $90 to $140; choice to fancy $13') to $1S).
.Ur.f Vs' sommon to choice $Cu to $175; bulk $12)
to S1W; coat 1 hores $150 to $.0). Saddlers, com
non to choice $55 to $123; fancy $130 to $175.
Chunks 1.200 to 1.400 lbs . common to good $35 to
!"u: choice to cxtri $uw to $1 Southern horse.
" "V;P to 0od 533 to $30; choice to extra $33 to
$.1 Plugs sla to $lo.
MULES The opening arrivals of the week
T'ire very moderate, numbering less than 100
hind In commission hands, while about two car
lrad were reielvcd by the dealers The liritlsh
(.01 eminent inspectors began again the accept
ance of about 300 "packers ' after a two weeks
Irl-up in builng. and the fact gave mere life to
the market. Sales in tho commission market
7le ""''e early, one bunch of extra quality
Mct of the other offerings ware ordlnarv- and
medium and were slow to he negotiated.
Mule quotations (for broke mules, 4 to 7 years
14 hands, extreme range ....
14 hinds, bulk of sales
14'4 hand", extreme range ..
14V- bands, hulk of sales
15 hands, extreme range ....
15 bands, bulk of sales-
1514 hands, extreme range....
lti, hands, bulk of sales
.$ 30 oo to $ sr.m
. 40.00 to S5.00
. 40 00 to 62.50
45.00 to 60.00
. B7.E0 to 80.00
60.00 to 76.00
CO 00 10 95.0)
1 70.00 to M.W
13 to 15J hands, extreme range. 53.00 to 157 M
16 to lbtj h ird. bulk of sales lid 00 to lis 00
Rulk of sales repevr-nt mixed mui.a In lirst
haids. l'rlcen above bull Hgures represent fir-l-cljsa
mule. extra tlnlh and weliht, strlctlj fat.
prueticilly sound and cla.siiied.
Chieaco. Ill . Aiil jt f'fif.i. r-inc- rn "T -ji
laid.d h.re at the start this vvt-k. a run aunt
.. ---' iiiM.,,, viie most libera
UII'l C.ltI - fir r-.iTf fr T iroi Ii if,.tn.T t .11 ri .n
gra.l of nwn, .,, (,i 1It,.r ,t mtIe ,iv .us veil
as lai Iiet wiek. and i, f. ed-rs and e-ilvis
also went it -11.1,,,- j.tl ,-. tlu -.n-ril tatt'
trade show inj go-i -tieiuth at prkes that , nci
I.ire.1 tavorablv with values p ild here during
Hie list l,ir l.,4t weik.
Hov lT.II l.ii.if, In.,., hfiir. n.n ,n, et tr-i.l.ra
,.. ... ,,, -, ,t i ,n,. I(
r. .., laie,-! -11 tl range of J.I..23. tune of tiv
roui-h and rank pa, kin, celling down nrcund
Sh.-cp Nearly 22 r.j nel Iam!-d hre for th
ivpening tr ol . a heavv run. flinch more than
,.0i lindir rrlvjls at the ,tlrt 1 i-t we-... There
w ,s a tr. memlous di mand for :.,ck and feeilln
sluep. ard an mil ir.u of lOifEc en las
v.eek s rW.itiv.4v stronc prb es for freders w,s
paid nltlmut djlav most nf the good gro vth
e.tern -hup sWling at J3 ",11 60. and yearling
reert.-r- at J" r-Mi? s, I .it she p met with much
l.f le: i.. 111 mil than anv time la-t week and
mil- 10-71,. ndv.inr.., mot of the fat Uest-rn
si.. .p veiling aroin.i $1.73 and lots mixed ith
jeirtlng" up to $3 ty).
Sruth Omahi. Neb. Aug. 27 Catt! Itlpts
..Mil. rr i-kM aeadv to pie lowe- native b-ef
steers $4 ,o,x , 73, Westrrn strrs t4i4.63 Texas
strrrs $3.30', 1 25, tows im i,eif, rs 10i lowe- .; 11
1-,, inoners $17, id. stock' rs and fe.Iers
-lemj 1 ir nest n.avi.s i-,ilum and 1 ommr n
5', e 'ewer, c-tlves fT'i ", "Jl bull-, stag-, etc. 53 Jl
S4 20 irogsRP,,,,ts 3.if.a marl:t ".trine lover.
2r'"'e.Ji ""' mvel $:03iT-,. light S.S.90TIJ0
rlg3 St ,,, I II; bulk Of sales $4 I'Vfr, Merr-
l.'crlpts 12 .01, market almut stearly. wethers and
5hS,l;IJKS S-'-6ri. stocc shep $2'a3 4). 1 mil s
?a1.v" r"". Mr. Aw 27-Cattle-ra-c-Ir's 3
W natives, l.,r,i Texan-. lUht supply .timulated
values, all cla-ses selling from steady to lOj
nigier, nathe -trrrs $ ,3 70 t,eke's and feed
ers $tufliv. biueher cows and hetfrrs 73 t
4 ..I. cenners J2 V, ( , 10. fed v eterns $1 l'.O", r
wlrtcrel I.xans $. Jj ,-. 3. Br is IVxaas $2 '--) t
la-, laive. Rei.n.s yf, market shad.. troi3r,
al' 5m 73 Hrr IUcf;.- 2 7n. Urge uppli'
anil lo.ier quntatlrns ,11 Eaeiern marnets caused
a svir.ratl.etie dfriinr. ,.f . t, iv. ..vj anl
mixed S-ui L llgit !V73 2o. p'gs II Vi; Sh.ep
l.CCe Ut 27(V Tntri r.ir,. ..,.. .. .. ,.
, . --- ...... i 4 ,..,, 41.-,,, .11, tvau,
pr.cea. surplj mostly Western,,, Iaml s $1 Bo J
t-'.'unor.s Jl 4i3 ol. fed sheep $.' ".71, culll
New York. itt. r7 IJeev e Receipts C.C32;
s'eers firm to I K higher, rough -tuff operel
;!?''" c!ps"d dull with th advance Inst siears
J.r :bft, , Te.-.ans 4. oxen ind stags J3.3."yS5i;
bulls ..y.u.;; cow- i.r.ai.ll cabbs flrm.
.he e.attl.. at Livcrjool lli,fii2c. at ly,ndon lPt
6(l-l4c: refrigerator bee 'fi'.u. pe- lb. Ship
ments non". orvr-s Ilr- elpts j.7117; veaU rteai..
to 1 sh 1 le hither, gra'sers and butte.-mhk
lower; about all sold, veals $3'S; choice ard
extra i.w 37i; grassers and buttermilks $2.77
,-,-. b!?cc7 aad lambs Reo ipta VWi sheep
cull; Iambs tlrm fer top gradea. others strady.
sheep S2.,Sti4 10. choice and export w ethers $4,371-,
J-4..o: culls J2r02 2;: Iambs $3..3-7; culls $3 jyj
4i . IJp1-5 -R-es Ipts ID.....), lower nt $j.twg3.s3
choice light State ho9 and pigs $3 'O.
Ft. Jo-ph. Mo , Aug. 17 -Cattle Ree.lpts
were 1,41(1. natives strong; Texas 5e to 10s higher
natives 4.S3'u--,.40. Texas and Wefmi i"! Lj4
D., cows 0nd hef-r4 SitJI.iO. calv-s nai,.3.
buns and st !s $3ft4 73 st'ekers and feeders $3?
4 c0. Hogs- l4ecelpts were 2.;31. to 10- low,
light and light mixed $.,.07 to J3 12, mei'Ium ani
heavy $3 is&; 12; pigs $1 73ti! "3. bulk .07C5 oV!
Sheep reclpti were 3.27e, steady.
TTiH COTTON alAItKHTS.
Specnlntlve Cotton Trade Improved
on JMiort Covirlagr.
St. Louis, Monday, Aug. 37, 1J09.
Cables, frcm Llv erpool w ere much better to-day,
and this fact, with the. good demand frcm the
short Interest, small receipts at Galveston and
New Orleanr. brought about a change tor the
better In the sp-cuiatlve market at -New Yo-k.
At Liverpool there was marked strength, futures
advancing i, point, but spots tomij off l-lna.
rrtulin was active at New Iork, and there was
a steady advance, vvlth tha result that Aug.
closed u points better and other montns S to 10
points, with the sentiment mora bulllsa.
Local Market DulL No sales.
OockI o.Jinary "l""!l"!s
iKSiiis-ivin. a iuc per yard. 2-,b. S3o, -'v-lb.
s.5c. Iron ties $1.J2. Hemp twin as per lo
Warehouse staiemeut to-day:
Net receipts to-day VjZ 134
-Set leielpts sjnee Sept. 1 151.113 lS5.tc
Oros rec-ipts to-daj .52 ID)
(ros receipts since aept. 1 SIS Sl E?0,7i
Uross shipments to-daj u; 1,21,
Gro- shipments since cept. 1 S2r, i,j Vtriun
Stock on hand ll.wi to s7s
Llver,.cI Market spot business small, prices
1-b-l lower; uplands ."-cl, saiw 3hj.j bales, lu
turjLS closed quiet. Aug 5 21-t.4d P., Au-tcpt.
a .e,a.l b.. S,,nt.-Oct. 4 43-1,1.1 bt O. 1.4.-441 1
43-l.ld b . Nov -Dec. 4 35-64il b ; D"c -Jan." 4
3t.-iid b, Jan -IVb 4 2(-t)ld n
New iork Market bpot dull and unchangec!.
middling J8c, futurtM cksed steadi.
Liosc High Low Close
ST. . t.1 c -t 1?
. .i -"-...o ,...i,.v 1 wv 4.1.IU on .irnous net.- i 4,.ir ... ..- --- f ... p,..,,. ,ii44.-.. ,'1:4
ut the start list we.k .un.l about 1,m more and permanent sUfe '' w lu !f viw ,? If
tlun camu on. vear igo s..to v.tikni-s wis A safe ard spdv cure lor lcus ot vi-or a'y K
evident , the v il'lmaiid for pal?, i ittl'. tower in either . cau-e. bypathfiil aidlsr6. v
but the i i, ,e guiles f b. . t and ixiKirt st.eis tion ard exeettes. or bv ex.crsl.i use cf ico
sold iehiv and .,, the hi -best r inae ,,f th- hoi. tobacto or other stimul int, wh!c,i lead t0
simmer p.lnu, i .: lib .,.- IV "mJ-". ,?.f., , . ' r.matuio old age. inn-mltv. consumption and
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. n,v" u"h, I.V,'l I1",' '","' ' --..'"V1 'i"l5,'i f" ! n,er lulel In u-'n-the W.ir-t las-,. I'rtce. Fl.J
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a,?, '"- t"",") lt ,H' hll.. IN 'in., til It-.b-Srill ilo al' feat u nilTertl-c,: s,,l ruly br Dr.a
ji'tiMt,! hot- of strong ,l,'it went ehl. i!v it .. Bomvxix. o r.2.' ilnnran "-Ir",!. St l-uj.M.
$. 1,;. 1 . Pa, klni? i-r. .1. . .r-.l ..,...1 ..... r j. .. 1., ,. t ,r- ...,'!'.. .-4.
s.y S.7S ..si
a.ii b.ii S ii
8 il i 34 -.,
S.31 S..1 3.31
i 34 S 33 S 34
S..3 S.24 S 33
S 3i .. S.Dj
8.3i S.23 S.3i
Net recelnts at Enlted Staten norts fr- fhn..
davs. C.i 22 bile, acainst 2,. .i for the same time
lu-t week and 20.IjI lat je ir. since Sept. 1
1.E5I.C4S bales, against s 3sO.U5 bales same tlmo
list sion Exports for three davs 3.475 bales,
against &,-! for the same tun- 1 it week. Sloe
on hand SJ.S31 bale;., against 372.t,0. bales last
New York, Aiur. 27. The m.uket for cotton
futures made lnslgnllicant headwav tn-dny anil
the volume of speculation was unsatisfactory to
bulls and bears alike The- public was unusu
ally timid nnd although the room trade was
be irlshly disposed, few operators cared to come
boldly Into the open and make a stall I either
wav The mirktt started eas la tone, with
prlce3 1 roint higher to 2 points lower. In
asmuch as the cabls no more than fulfilled ex
pectations ard the Information from the crop
country Iroleated no radical change durlrg
tne Suniliy Interv il, rommlsslon-houses gave at
tention to trlmnilns up minor accounts prepara
tory 10 wnaiever migni do in store in mo wav
of rews later in the day some of tho more
war shorts near the middle of the day qulckly
turned for covering, but before thev succeeded
in protecting the ncccunts desired, prices Jumped
fullv C points, with the pit lervously bujing
cotton. Then followed a protracted spell yt
npHthy and minute variations, with the market
lmieh of the afternoon uninteresting. Near the
close another dah of the shorts Increased the
ailvar.ee. with the market flnallv- steady at S-'tiU
points higher. Spot closed dull; middling up
lands !"4ic: middling Gulf f.c: sales 57) bales.
Futures closed steidy Aug. s S3c; Sept. S .Sc;
Oct. S.46e; Nov- 31c. Dec. v.34c; Jan. S.34c; Eeb.
8.33c: March 8 3c, .Vp-il S.7c; May S.SJc; June
New Orleans, i.a . Aug 27. Cotton quiet: sales
2C0 ordinary 7 7-lk-. gc-sl ordinary S'jc: lew mid
dling 9'iC middling 3e. gaext middling 10c;
n.7ddllng fair 10' iC, receipts 1.51S: stock 33.6'J.
Eutures steady; Aug. 9.3.1c bid, Sept. S.63Si.C4c;
Oct s 2.ViS.2Tc: Nov. f l'.riS I7c; Dec. S.14-i(S.15e;
Jan S-JTi4. IS": I'eb. S 17Ss.l9i, Ma-ch S.2.)itl.22c;
.plll S 22JfS.2Ic; Miv i 2.lS 27c
Liverpool. Aug 27. Cotton: Spot Small bust
no's, prices lower: American middling fair
3 27--M. re h! middling " 9 16.1. middling ild; low
mli'illlrg y.il: gooil ordlnarv 3 3 ISd. ordinary 3d.
The sales of the dav were Z.0 bales, of which
2V1 were for speculation anel , xport, anil Included
2300 American- neelpts 2.0ni) including 1.6)0
Amerlein. I'uti-res opined quiet: closed quiet;
An erlean middling 1 m c : Aug. f. 21-C4d s :
Aug -Sept. 5 4-64fj3 ii-"4 1 1: Sept -0 t 4 32 f4,t
4 53 I4d s , Oct -Nov. 4 4. CU b. Noj-.-Dec. 4 3S 1,4
74 39-Old b.; PeC -Jan. 4 ."a-'?! 3 fel 1,.; .Inn -Teb.
4 21 Gld v.: Eeb.-March 22-6'34 33 Md b.;
March-April 4 32 r.M s : April-May 4 Sl-eid b.;
Maj -Juno 4 20 Gfff I 31-'.4d s.
Too I.nic to Itelp Cotton.
Vanburen. Ark.. Aug. 27. A hard rain broke
the drousht of four wevks here last nteht. Thr.
dam on lacs Creek w.is washed out, causing
considerable damage. Tho rain cams too late,
to sjve the cotton, which Is damaged 60 per
Prospective Ilonlile llollilny Tends, to
htiffen 1'rices for FovTla.
New York, Aug 27. Live poultry receipts to
day were S cars Western anil a little express
sprinkling. As was the case last Monday, the
market opened very ursettled. Receivers, held
fiwls at LV;C and chicken at 12c. Buyers- Ideas
on fowls wero 9s2C as receipts for the week fig
ure up over 33 cars ani inciude verv. few ihlire
irs, -nd tho receipts will probably be lncrc.ised
to 40 cars or more Laie in the day fowls settled
ar 10c and spring chto.cns at ic oil rcs-Hers
cleured at 6c- Not m.m uucks. gce-se or turkevs
offered spring culehens v, estern, prime Lo.
lewis tsiem ivc. roosters tc. Turkeji, fair
to good 9c. Ducks vVesiein, prime, pair SS'itDyc,
facuincrn and Southwestern iiJulsc. Geei.e West
en., prime S0c4j$I. Dressed poultrj receipts to
day toO pkgs. The market openei with bare
lloors. and the fresh receipts v.ero moderate.
There was. however, a slight increase in tha
advices for receipts later lu the weeic. bprinir
chickens continue scarce, but bujers expect low
er prices later on and lock only for imperative
needs, lienco the volume of business was light.
4VV erase prime Western dry-picked or scalded
fowls ncld steidy at 10'tc while ttnest marks ot
Indiana dry-picked were sold at He. ltecelvera
stem to have contldeneo in the stability of pres
ent price", as I-abor Day next Monday will make
a double holiday, the supplies for which will
have to be taken this -.7eek. Spring turkejs
Fancy, dry-picked, plump, 3 lbs. average, 22831c
average bet 18i?2uc. TutKCvs .Iverago best, nenj
10c: toma 8B9c Spring chicken- Western, fonov
largo, dry-picked UVfJIoc-! scalded lSSLSvc;
scalded or dry-picked, small 12o. i owls Western
drj-plcked. primo 10'.3c, scalded lOJjc; Southern
and southwestern lojflOJio: old. cocks. West
Chlcneo Pool try Quotations.
Chicago, Aug. 27. Iced poultry steady. Tur
kevs VAQSc: chickens 9&llc.
natter, Cheene and Eg-trs.
New York, Aug. 27. Butter Recelnts g.rrt
pkgs.: steady: factory l&Siec. Cheeses Receipts
5.9S1 pkgs.: steady: largo white lO-ViSlO'jc; small
v.hlte ltiVic; larze colored 10Kc; small colored 1
;g-ec-upi i,ui PKtCi sia; WUr
Vim mi Vigor Fills.
I estimate m.u!e .at . . , v.. restore- 1 -m Ay"H
It siin to get th genuine. ' Dr. se it's Vim
nnl Vigor 1111s " $1 ,i box Tu 1 treatment.
1 oxes. for J". Kor sale by Anti-Monopoly Drnz
to. CW)viarlet ft.
rare! sll Cbmnle I)ieae' I)- I! ' 'V en'ible Cn-xtlss"
St. Louis. Aug. 17, I&jO.
To Whom It .May Concern.
Know Ye That In recognition of the poI-1
icy of the statute- of Missouri, making tho
:1m Monday of S'ep-eraber in each vear a,
public holiday. In i-ei-bratlon of labor. I,
Henry Zi"gt:ihein. Max or of the C-ty of St
Louis, do hcrebv declare- MONDAY. SEP
Ti:.MiJElt 2ItI. Vjij generallv- known as
Iralior Day. a public holiday fthin the Cltr
of St Louis, and do order and direct that
all municipal ol!'cr be closed on thnt day
and do ruggest and request that on sat
day nil citizens abstain from all labor, e:
cepc wont or necesstty. sd tint the sp
and purpose of the law mav le sustain
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
my hand and caused the comor-ite seal
...,. t.'-h, B13 JC3UC.4 40., ,.l"44-4-.uJ. ..""
In witness whereof, I Inve hereunto set S
iy hand and caused the cnmnmto sp.nl nf 1
the city to be hereto affixed, attested by tha
Citv- Register, the day and year first afore- '
r-'ru,!raX1ackIc at maA llvi-iso: Western, loss
New York. Au?. 27. Sujrar Raw strocr; fair
reflnin? 41.4c: centrifugal 93-test. Vie. Mo
lassesSugar 4c: refined steady.
Cnllfornlii Dried Frnlts.
New- York. Aug. 27. There wan nothing; In Ol
situation or evaporated apples to Induce buyers
to stex-Jc up with price-; on their present baslj.
with the result that the disposition generally
shown was to limit purchases to current wants
I lie undertone however, wax very steady at
fully sustained prices. Stato common itu
quoted from 3e tr, 5ej, prime 4siJt:c. choice,
4.M.e.c: fancj- t'tf7c California dried fruits
showed ver-, little animation and the marmot
continues aulet at unchanged prices. Prune-,
were quoted from 3c to 7c p-- lb. a to sl-e,
and quality. Apricots Rcyal liai4c; Moor Park
lotfl.c. i'eache- Peeled 14lfH(.; unpeeied og.j
New York Aug. 27 Spot business ha beet
good with Jobbers, but Indifferent In the primary
maxKet. Demand for all kinds ot brown cottonj
slow- and prices irregular. Hleached s-oods In
about average request at previous prices. No
chanxe in denims or other coarse coiored goods.
Irlnts and ginghams quiet and unchanged.
Print cloths Inactive. Woolen and worsted
fabrics dull and barely steady. "ursiesi
New York, Aug. 27. A generally weaH: uader..'
tone prevailed in tho metal market to-dy. I, V
and steel ruled dull and weak. wlthlg-lria
waRresu 50 potato lower at JI9J5. oi accn?
SC tli ,de5ri'se(1 JUthem Iron markets, wiere.
-r 4 foundrv and gray forge, sold at $10 for
warrants. Copper la London was quiet and.
"J?"?,, unchanged. Iocally, the market wan rralit
?J ?'V Tin was wea and somewhat lower
In mpathy with a decline of f2 abroad. Thee
close was weak and still tending downward at
Wi.J7Vj30.50. The American ameltlag and Ke
nning Company advanced the prion of lead tjo
so $1.373. the markot however, continues dull.
Spelter ruled easy, owlns to a lack of demand;
closing at $4 OStti 13. The brokers- price for leail
was $4 and for cepper J1S.75.
..?Ilra,"at0"5i., Minn.. Aug 27. Wlt--Attr.
..'.c. Sept. 73;.3;4c. Dec. Tiic; on trie. Na. I
rard ,6-c: No. 1 Northern 74Sc; No. 2 Northera
73f,c. Plour and. bran unchanged.
ANOTHER RICH NOME STRIKE. ,
Quantities of Pay Gravel in HastS
- - -Jig's Creek. j
Seattle, "Wash., Aug. 27. Tho steamSMn.
Ohio has arrived from Nome with 832 pat-
sengers and treasure, and estimated at J2V-,
000 CW. About one-third of the gold cam
from Nome. The Klondike contributed the .
Tho steamer South Portland arrived tost
night with $40,aK) in gold from Homo and
113 steerage passengers.
Late mining developments at Nom hava
been of a very satisfactory nature. No
doubt now remains of the genuineness of
tho KougTOck strike, Harris and quarts
creeks ln that country are rich, and the 1
former shows from 25 cents to SEEO to tha
pin. Oregon Creek and its tributary. Hun
gry Creek, in the Granite District, have) de
veloped unexpected richness and a very wida
expanse of pay gravel.
Attention Is Just now centering on Hast
ings Creek, eight miles east of Nome. Thero
prospectors have uncovered a gravel bed
fifteen feet ln thickness and of unknown
breadth, extending from the gulch way up
into the hills, va nerever prospected lt has
been found to carry gold ln paying quanti
ties. Prospectors believe that they hava
found the "Ancient channel." Already sev
eral pumping plants have been set up on
the creek, and it is believed that the next
se.ison Hastings Creek will be the scene of
most extensive operations In the country.
The steamer Albion left Nome yesterday
for an Island ln the lower waters of the
Arctic Ocean to rescue, three castaways, ono
of whom is Count Du Pare, of Parts. Tho
men had attempted to reach Siberia by a,
small schooner, but the high winds pre
vented it. and the little craft was driven
far off her course and into the Arctic
JAIL BARS PRIED APART.
Ontside Aid Released a Number of
Red Lodge, Mont.. Aug. 27. A wholesalo
jail delivery occurred here Bund.ty morn
ing. Persons on the outside pried off a
window bar nnd opened the cells with skel
eton keys. Frank "Woodstock, an alleged,
horse thief; Dick Johnson, a half-breed,
who stabbed a white man at Joliet last
week; Tinkler, nn alleged forger, and John
Wilburn alias IValden. wanted at Clayton.
N. Jl.. for cattle stealing and jail brea
Ing. escaped. '
It Is rupposed the four men have gono in
to "Wyoming to Join the "Hole in the "Wall"
gang of desperadoes. This Is the third timo
the jail has been opened from the outslda
within two years.
WILL BUILD FLOATING DOCK.
Largest on Pacific Coast to Be Irt
cated at San Francisco.
San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 27. Application
has been mado by the Risdon Ironworks)
for space on tho water front, near the Ris
don plant, for a great floating dry-dock,
which is Intended to be the largest of its
kind on the coast, and one of the best la
the world. Tho company's plant is being
put in shape to turn out ships of tho larg
est sire, and lt promises to compete wltbl
the Union Ironworks in bidding for Govern
CLAIMS HIGH RELATIVES.
Insane Man Says He Is Eelated to
Spokane. "Wash., Aug. 27. Kennett Har
rington BeUairo Is believed to be Insane
His attorneys claim Bellaira is a nephew.,
of Gladstone, a relative of Lord Salisbury.Vv
and former member of tho London Stock V
Exchange. He is said to receive a largo
annual Income from an estate in England. ,
PAYING OFF CREDITORS. ,
Price, McCormick & Co.'s Debtg
New York. Aug. 27. The Metropolitan
Trust Company began paying a dlvident ot
E0 per cent in cash to-day on behalf of tha
readjustment committee to all creditors of
fhc,rIainS.rnllCk & C- Wh b
The first dividend to bo paid by tho im
Pany will ba in excess of Znl mufiZ
Cnmberlnnel County Fair. e
Greenup, III.. Aug. 27. The twelfth am.t
Cumberland Countv Fair win n hMn5-!S
September 4 to 8. inclusive. riintT.2?!?
1 Hmi-r TrriB rmfmt
start tho race.