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(THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1900.
31 -t i
WHICH CLOSE AT DECLINES.
MARKETS WEKE ALL DULL
Fluctuations Were Narrow and "Xo
Special Features Developed
Aside From Ease.
Office Republic J
Wednesday Sept II. lOuO.
Concerning the general situation and the
movements In the various urali! market,
eliirlng the day. the-ie is very llttlo that is
interesting to Iw said. Doth a rt cards tho
the extent of the pit dealings m 'change
an'l fluctuations In prices the speculative
situation as a whole was nearly a repeti
tion of the dull, narrow and professional
conditions that have been witnessed fre
quently of late. An undertone of vveaknc
succeeding that of the strength wltnecd
csterday was a feature throughout the en
tire day. One cereal alone, showed some
thing like strength, and that was oats,
which showed Rains of -5c to ,c for the
day, hut the two leading grains, wheat and
corn, eased off, the former closing with
lossM of from c to ic. This unsatisfac
tory condition of affairs was in a measure
due to a lack of speculation, owing to wire
interruption, caused by the recent storm,
preventing the receiving of news, tele
graphic communication with various points
In the East and North, to a considerable
extent, being either cut off entirely or
seriously interrupted. There were other
unfavorable Influences, however, not least
among which was tha tame markets . very
whtro and the extremely lisht speculative
interest shown throughout the 'day.
Wheat to-day made no headway towards
higher prices. On the contrary, the up
waid movement received a cneck and prices
took a step backwards. The evldem.es of
increasing interest In speculation, which
have been encouraging featuns of the past
ilav or two, in this market, hero and else
where, was noticeably absent in to-days
deallngs.and In their stead came a dull, nar
row and whollv professional market.
J-argel as a result or the general dullness
prevailing, the movement in prices was
much of the time of a iltful and uncertain
character, with a down te.ndtn.-i, still there
were other causes that contributed to the
tame end. Among these were the receipts
of spring and winter wheat, which still
continue iarge. but are expected to show a
increase in the near future
The initial cables reported Liverpool -vl
lugher. but London stated that btive' were
indifferent. On the other hand unfavorable
weather conditions in the Northwest had
eiiapieared. being replaced by clear, cool
weather; et the .Minneapolis market held
tat lemarkably well. There was a slight
easing oft here at the start, Dec. selling V,c
lowei at 7lst was offered at Tjijiic. but
re-covered to 7',e The combination of bull
and bear conditions was not conducive to
siculatlon. ncithei side caring to be ag
giesslve, and as this was the case elsewhere
a dull, slow market characterized the situ i
tion throughout the day. The closing IJver
jtiol snowed u well-sus-tained market, which
vas '-d higher for the da.v. l'aris was 34o
to 1c higher, but no cable acceptances of
consequence were heard of l'nmary mar
ket shipments were large, but the seaboard
clearances were small at SVl.oxj bu. There
was pretty heavy realizing b longs em the
leported decline at Chicago, vvhe-ie It was
jud there was heavy selling for Northwest
account, owln to improved conditions. The
market continued to sag and Dec. went oif
to it'-c. Early in the da Sept. brought
,--c and Oct. was bid 7Z:.
On the reaction that took place late In
the setslon Dec. went up to only 74V('7i1iC
buyers, and then broke away to 74--sU4tec.
The cash situation heie was far from being
satislactorv. No. 2 red declining to':c un
er the Dec. option. lie-ports of oi loads
taken for export at the seaboard imparted a
little better tone near the close, and Dec.
went back to 71-Ue bid. which was -e off for
the day. Oct. sold and closed 'jc lower at
TJijC bid. Slay closing nominatlv Vc oft ut
TSc and fcept. asC down at TSc
Corn, like wheat, btarted eft In a weaker
position, and. while changing but 'little In
price -luring the early hour-? showed but
little evidence of strength. Tne weekly crop
report Indicated a satisfactory condition ior
tne plant, and stateel that it vvould be be
jond danger front fr"si by September la,
wale cutting was making good progress,
with an excellent vlcld proml-ed in tne
pnnclial corn-raising State-. The weather
was favorable and the movement to market
Increased, the day's arrivals at primary
markets amounting to &I2.X bu., agalnt 1.
31.w) bu. a vear ago. Including H.ito bu.
lieie, against 64.WQ bu. lat vear. Shipments
lrora 'Western markets were 217.0") bu., and
exports from ports 2W.0W bu. There was no
speculation of consequence indulged in dur
ing the day In this market, and early the
uiiiy mention of corn was an offer to sell
Dec. at He decline at 33:4c There was a
further let-down from this, that option going
off to 33Hc, then ralljlng to STiVjV-. biu.
though at close it was ic oft for the day at
2Jc Eelters. Oct. early in the day was he'd
nt 30"c.- but closod J-jC lower at 2,c bil,
while for year S3-.X-: was bid, whlcn was
the samo as yesterdays close. Sept. was
neglected and closed nominally -.c off at
33c. New l'ork reported l loads taken for
Oata showed up firmer than either wheat
or corn, there being a well-mnlntained pec
ulatlve demand, the tlrst that has been ex
perienced for some time. Siarket receipts
-were 865,00-) bu., against Uluu bu. one year
ago. St. Louis received 42.409 bu , agalns.
62.750 bu. last tear. Shipments were re
ported at GH.WO bu., and the exports wet
YS.lrtO bu. Dec this morning sold '.tc higher
at. 22c and closed at that. liids of Zlc
were made for Sept.. and SI'.JsJ'-'sO for Slav,
but latter was offered late at 24-sC
A carefully prepared etettament by the Lon
don Statin on the world'ei s.tuntloa in bread
it"ffB would Indicate tint bawtn thtm the
Inite-d Kingdom. France, lMHlutn. Gtrmany,
linlland. Spaln. Portugal. Italy. Uieece, w.t
erland and sxrati'llnaviH KllV have to Import tor
cae ttar liw-iui. approximately. zzuwi.V0 ou ,
a against 2S0uu,o Im dunri; setiKin of lx
1C0. The EyrrieHn Import requirements for cur
int ear are tr.er6toie SCvOav) bu. in cxesa
of those for the pat mmimji 1o ir.et thU de
irctid Luropean eountrtHj can p.-obaUy draw at
Ica.t I0.j",c,tr 1m. from i.uFla, AOd r.tt over
4e.nef.0' trom Jtuliirla, Serila. und turkey. Taa
Statist figures that thu L'rilud Mates can only
rlre 12i.evi.ffii() bu.. ski that tlia rtniainlnc ;s,eM,
Cm lu. muet com-t irom Australia, liidla. Can
Hda and Aitfeattna. Jxulia cannot be counted on
lefme ity. and Ceuiada and Australia fur not
r 1EM0 tu.. ao that Arsenttra trust apply
iiM.it bu.. nd taat country crop not near
In its latest weekly summing up of crop con
ditions tho Derartnvnt of .Agriculture ears:
Hot, dry weather rap.db matured com. and
i.ncer existing csmd.tluns the crop shuu.d b
I.i-iMicallr taie fio-n the frost by Sept. j;. tut.
ilr. In progress in all K-ctlons. and an cieellent
jrop assured In prlmi)al com-produclng sutea.
Late com drlrsr In Central Kan baa; seriously
ItiiUred by draught in portions of Kentucky, an 1
Jhort In West Virginia. Virginia, portions of
Pennsylvania and South Atlantic Slates.
IJrcuithty conditions retarded and In soma states
r'u.,?1?u'tn,lon of P'olns for fall needing
in MM4I and South Atlantic Ptat. Ohio Val
! and Tennessee, in Illinois, Michlzan and
" of iUsslssirp! IUver seeding In progress, the
eoll in fair coniltlon. althounh too dry In por
tions of Missouri. harly-sox.n grain In .Nebraska.
up and looking nicely
Krom the ear rerplir atv ih.M n....i
shortly b seen another lapse in wheat rvcelp.s
1 U. Drlnson. whose firm controls a large num-
.irl "svaeurs in me Boutnwest. in slacking
eif the wheat movement, tald he was su'prlerd
Jo hear jrjm his tepresentatives at I'alrlind I
i . that th run of wheat was atwul over.' as
tl lashing all finished. Mr. llrlnson expected a
eieady rin for some time Trom Kalriand. which
is one of the t,ost receiving points on his rn.
I5"i- Ji"i-r?SmnV'?l2!1 bouses report a falling
eft In their bills of lading, so that a decrease In
&K?prtKbi? w,mcr whtat w ,h,s m,"ket
, The Nebraska Grain Dealots- Association have
lu'.l a statement on their crop of reealti. and
ProsiHtts. The wheat yield is -Sid t., 137 745
.4, ou. of whieh rroliaLly Z7. per cent wl'll
ejade .So I and U.i rer cent No. Alwut i.l"
.a im. nil whest was carried over. The iield
.'?l,v,r,VL?,'vii?I8 bu- """ .S burcarrled
V: s il',iMr'. e" r'P.3 ' I-er tent will Krade
??n 7.a. ? rpT """: So- 3- The condition of
ccrn Is mi and a crvp in prospect of lsi.3t3.ou) bu
',TX. tHt re1Pb' at primary markets were 13.
' SWSv.1"!:.-. aln X.i;o.000 bu. one week aeo.
jeafa ago j.w,wj du.
Cnah Grain, I'lour. Elc.
lll!lT.3i,sh -yarket-Iteceivsd 5,459 sks. and
tieJSrai,an.1e9. cars tnrouKh. Lower and
,r-h?2Tm;r,t ,n, soma "me- -""' millers
w ElS?.r'nK.Iv ttn1 ,not ntar " ""eh taken
J "t Most sales were, to go to ele
lif "ad-No: 1 rrd bo11 ' below Dec. Hy
flffi VF'Sj-Ni r rd JS 555TS
iV.' .? 4 winter s to Too: no grade at
V'sa Ilic:No- 4 K"ic- Hard -winter In
JfS-. n,(1 aV to t3a tor No. X and r"ie
,2S,l?TJ2.- " flulcv No. i brought 0c.
TORN Cash market Received 2 cars local
and 16 cars throcgh Lower. The aiucras
Company bought alt the mixed obtainable, pay
. ". i fcr No- 3 batter delivery K. side,
including No. 2 and No. 3 mixed and yellow:
no premium for latter. No. 2 white sold at
4Hc to 41VC. and No. 3 do. at 4e. , few
ears No. 1 jellow at c. No-grade enew) at
OATS?-Oiih Market Received 23 cars local and
cars through. Meedy. with a ralr demand,
best from local sources, and trodcrata offerings.
. . siv wui a,iu rrn ikr:
No 3 2r'aje,
.., . "-. .1 .,i..i. enui a. i,iuzv,i:
No. at SDHCSlc; No. 2 white
at e4c: No. 1 do. at StSKo: Kb. 4 do. at
S-i" Steady and qulst, grade No. 2 selling at
FLOL'U A quiet market, but sellers firm. Do
mestic demand acmawtiat better, with some good
sales quqs, mainly to tha Jui and la part of
hard winter Hour, but mora doing with the
bouth. Export business only In small lots, but
orders for such coming in steadily. cjuota
tlons on BiXt winter wheat flour are as
follows. Patents. tJ.W23.e5. atralxhts, 13 Kir
3fc. extra fanej. U.WiJ.30. clear. 43.Su83. lo.v
and medium. W.J&U3.U). Hard winter wnral In
Jute sks. J..a:.o-' for bakers. j:.t'j3 for
straight, and 2i.iMl3.lJ lor putemts.
liv i: KLOL'U-Jol.btnK at ii.Z In sks. and JJ.O
X)UNlIi:AL-j:t':.05; pearl meal, grits and
lstminv 3 jo
MllJl-KhD-St-ady. but quiet. Jlujers' bals
KhI sl Liuts rate at 7j6oC (Utter i.nolce. In
lurg and lc nUr.r In small sks . ana bulk at
-ii(-; m.xed feesl in leo-lb. sks at ;ic. At mill
orn tivc and ships ..c
hA l Iteeelvrtl. To tons bcal and li tons
through, shliil. -J tons onerinKS so small of
pn.ine tnat ptiie tending upwurd ujid shI-s reud
11 mail Tlmoth held stiad ana the lest
I rad-s in demand, miliums alsj fair sai. but
low grcid dull rj lltllt call fcr plover,
and nun onl Tor the b-st. J'rlces on tr. ranse.
Tlmothj 111 .0 for chehe and J13 lor fanc .
Jltf .".Call '' for .Vi 1. :- "il'l for No r m!
for No 3 rnlrle $?.:) Ior enoiee. 7it-A for
No 1. $aG .J for No. 2. Sj.vOMb fot No 3.
clover 2 jvuli
MTItAW Whest on trk $1 ri. rje H
eiltAss, m:kis Clover Jsiv.s.' Timothy Jlv?
.&). redtoj, 3iufjtc for t.han to s'tfa for ftnr
Cither v?ii notolnal
CASTcllt IlKANs- Kid 51 i. rer bu for prime
In car lots
HEM!' sH:KD-S3 Ir l' Us, pure blL.
ILAAl.KU-Sttail) St fl e- 1 1.1 lsit and Jl 17
LUAIe-gun and umhangej nt Jl 3'i
M'lIl.TI.K lull at J y)
I'rJcea on 'Clmnge.
The fnll-iwing tulles .now the unse of prices In
fun res and ult sraln
Oct 7 li
IHs? .jiA a
Corn sept ... Et1 b
Oct t:4 a
liar I1-, b
Oats Sept . . :ii4 1,
Dec 2', I-
Mav ... 34. li
CVeh what. eoin arjl cats tanked
List Ycsr. Tj.esiln
vvneat o z reil.o i.o'
No. 3 red ... s.ttw
3i i .
ri t: ..
No. 4 winter
No. 2 hard .
Ne 3 harl .
Com No. 2 .
No. 3 ..
No. 2 white
No. 3 white
Oats No. 2
No. 2 Nor n
No 2 whit"
No. 3 vhite.
No. 4 white
-.31 tf .
.31 y .
. 33 St .
ti B .
23 S: I
31ovelileiit fit irnln.
Ijuluth . .
Vh'nt e"tm heat e'orn
lli'.tcj 31 !. S4.rs
r.!.V 6SH,7rt rsSt
. S ImvI
. ;3.Slt 7.snS 44.16.S
. 1U4.'M 7..4 .,
S3.e 23.101) 4.WJI)
llolldav in Ilaltlmore
MoeUs of tirnin in More.
Tvla TesMav Iaist Yr
4,i,;is ;.;t.i.'. r.373.".
.. . ss. tun i:.sii
lUrley . ..
No. 2 red
No. 2 hard ......
No. 2 corn .
No. 2 white corn
No. 2 oats .
No. 2 white rats
.. . 40.173 4'.I7
. 3 :m 3 7t
No. 2 rju .
Shipment of I'loiir.
St. luis 11.575 bbLs.: Clllcago. 13.3S bh'c De
troit, fJ-l bills : Milwaukee. 2.i" 1,14s . Mtnnejp-
ills. 3',3t,l bbls New York. 3,757 bbl. and 2o.
217 sks.: New Orleans. 7 ks.
Local Fruit, Vegetable, Poultry,
Fgg and Butter Quotations.
St. Louis. Wednesday, Sept. 12, 130-v.
The produce markets were generally dull and
deiresstd t-da. as recetrt- were heavy and the,
oemand slow rnlit-rs were inclined to noid off
and tho local buing was also light. 1'rlccs gen-
Potatoes were ueak an-l lower. Receipts were
much heavier and there vvas a heavy falling off
in tha demand hipjiers bought sparingly and
the 1 cat buying was light.
Cabbage nas In fair uemand and steady at
unchanged prices, w.tn xe.e pts llaht
Onot,s were uull and woak Receipts were
somewhat liKilter. but there waa considerate
Varrled-over stock onf-ed and the demand was
comparatively Hunt. Receivers were willing to
lutifta vum-s.oii3 111 iroer 10 eorcef tales.
Tomatoes were statce ana prices were hlsher.
Itfcetpis were light and there was an active de
mand for choice stock.
sariror Uans were also scarce and firm and
good stock was in demand.
S-wet iaatoa were dull and casj, as receipts
were heav and the demand light.
1-gg plant was also sain and weak, aa re
rflpf, were heav and tnere vveio liberal offer
ings of the home.grown vailet).
cucumbers were weak, and ether vegetables
were dull and unchanged.
Apples were null and weak, as receipts were
generally of common or interior fruit. wMch
was not wanted. The d'mand was confined to
choice, large, good-coloied fruit, vvmcu was
scarce, and firm.
Peaches ten weak and lower. Receipts were
heavv and g-nerally of fair QU&lit). but the
demand was confined to tancy huge, high-colored
J-'ears were plentiful and dull, with the excep
tloi of choice Bartlelts. which were scerce and
Piums were dull and slow, exrept damson",
which were steady, and In fair demand
t.rares were plentiful and weaker, as receipts
were heavier, and in excess or the demand.
VVatermelons were ejuie and unchanged Re
ceipts were licht. but ample for the demand, as
only a few fancy large melons were wanted.
wnne medium and email-sized were entirely
Cantaloupes were more plentiful and weak,
as offerings were heavy and there was a wldo
ranee In tuiallt. Choice Rock) Fords were In
good demand, but Inferior stock was difficult
to move at any nrlce.
Oranges were small and firm, as receipts wer
light and the demand active.
lemons were alo firm, as offerings were
light and were barely equal to the demand.
The llrst shipment of new cranberries or
the season arrived to-day and sold for JS.50 a
Other fruits were quiet and steady at un
Uve poultry was quiet Receipts of spring
chickens wer heavy, but most of the fferlrgs
were hcav stock which would bring little mora
than old chicken', and the demand generally
waa slow. The market was weak. Old chickens
were scarce. In good demand and llrm. bucks
and geese were iulet and eteadj, with the de
mand abOUt eOUal tO the ofTerlnfra 1VirL. .eM
quiet and unchanged
Game was dull and unchanged. Choice stock
was in fair demand, but most of the offerings
were spoiled on account of not being Iced.
Veals were quiet, but firm Receipts were
llrpt and there was a good demand.
Wool was dull and unchanged There was
scarcely any demand and stocks wero heavi.
liuvers were Indifferent, and sellers were un
willing to make anj ctnecsions.
Hides were quiet and stead at unchanged
pr ces. Receipts were light, and there was a
fair demand for good stocks, both green and dry.
The market was quiet, but steady, at unchanged
prices. Receipts were slightly heavier, but thero
was also a little, belter demand for fresh trs k
The best current receipts sold at 12c-c loss off
Isit heated, hell or stale stock sold 'for much
Receipts at St. Louis to-day were 2.870 cases
and shipments were fcOO cases
Rutter The market was quiet and steady at un
changed prices Thero was a fair demand for
creanrtry butter, but everything else was slow.
Creamerj Extra 21c: firsts 18c. seconds 17c
Dairy Lxtra l.o: firsts 16c. grease 4SV4c. Coun
try More-packed 12c for good to 8ai0e for poor.
Ladle-packed nxtra 16c: nr-ts lie.
CheeseQuote: Twins at ll'.c; singles at U'ic:
Hwlss 1481-c; brick at IMjRi-c. Foregoing Si
Missouri & Illinois Tex., I. T. S. 0'&.
Med. eomblrs..20'-fj:i Medium
Med. clothlng.,,19 yjl Coarse low..lJ OIH
llrald a. lovv....lS ulS'i Tine medium ..14 till
Il'irry & clear Light tine ... .11 hi.
mixed .. -.17 SjlS Heavy fine, 11 ijl3
Slightly burry..li v14 Dakota . Western
Hani burry . .i:i-il3 Bright med ...IS SIH'i
Wght line 16 fill Hark medium... 11 JS
Heavy fine .. .13 (H Klro me.llum ..14 il6
Wlscensin & Iowa Ught fine 11 f,ii
Med. CJmlilUB.. 15 Heavy fine ... 12 ejis
ncth s braId..H 'gluS Arkanxs v South
semibrlght .. ..IS IjK'-a Med. (fleeced). .13 4)20
Dark medium.. .IS yV. Med (looee) .. .IS rtlS'i
line medium ..15 SH Hurry II 615
Light fine U ftli Hard burn- . 12
Heavy fine ....11 13 Tuhwashed
Kansas & Neb No. 1 23
Bright med ....19 Jiv, ,-. s jj 2i
Dark A sandy.-ll I16 Hurry 18 620
rine medium ..14 47151- Angora gtut hair
Light fine IS oil nean i clear .18 ?")
Heavy Bne II 612 Hurry 10 rll
niark and seedy from 4c to 6c a lb. less ttaa
Market firm and lard firm, but loner.
Fork New standard Jobbing f. . b. 112.50.
einl Choice, sleam K. side J6.70.
I!h ll.m. !. U.tA ,-. . ,-
...vi. i.n.us. uiu I1CIH 111 vr IOI-, I. O. O I"..
side: Hams-Oii basis 'e for 16-lbs. and $vo
for lis New York shoulders at 6c From the
block, delivered: Run-of-house hams at 8xtc: Isl
lies at iy to 8V-c, as In average.
r. S Meat Bxd. lots: Kxtra shorts 7lc:
c'rlba TTSc; clear sides 8c: bellies &9sic as in
average: plates 7c Dealers charge higher on
Racon HxL s. c meats In a lobbing wav:
Breakfast bacon 11S for heavy to liVc. for fan-v
light: haras lOVjgiUjC. California ;uti7i.c. as
In average: New ork shoulders 7Uc. Plain
smoke.1 bxd. meats: I-hitra shorts 4Cc- iribx
: clear sides k'ic: bellies e,aioc. ai in aver
age; plates .Vjc Dealers charga higher en small
Country Lard 6g6tjc. according to quality anl
e.ei;Sirj 1etm-:lVr average prices, unllormly
cut and well smcJted: Shoulders at 5"-66c: sides
6r.c: hams at 703c; most of the late "irregularly
cut and poorly handled: these sell on thelmerlts.
Tallow Country No. 1 4aic,c: No. 2 S'iSS'ic:
packers" cholco 44e4T,c
utvx yuuic. lirOWn SaC; IOW .-; nmir
SHc: Jokers' choice white 45150: vellow- -.
Heef Jn orders: Barreled Me- 3. Fulton
Market J11; tongues at Jf per dor., dried ut 134?
When sold round: nreen-nlted 7c. Southern
Cc. Dry fllnt-fTioic Texas 15c. average receipts
tc. drv- fallm 14c. drv-salted 15c When M on
selections: tlreen-salt No 1 Tc: green--ilt No. 2
'c, bull S.c. i)ry nint-No. 1 1, No 2 l5e:
ory flint, bull io";: dry cull and slue Sc. Drj
saltcl No. 1 l:,c. s,o 2 ll'-c I'ncured lc less
than cured: part cured t?- ltss
I'oultrj, (iitiur ami Veals.
I.IV12 1'OULTRV Average receipts- Young
tLlkiS Sc. old j;,;t lllleki ns- !! ns 7c: old
inoter 315c. Ducks-Uhlte 7e . dark Cc Uve
I -seems Sue p,-r doi. old g--ee 4V5C. M.ring
el.ickensqu.x.j at !' w rib spring ducks 7c
II 75 ter doz.
OAMK tiufltc I'lover at 11 - per .!:.: !
cisk at S? M-r do? fr s. levt lug mjuimiI at
lle'l per dux. fur Joung 75c for old, Jackrnllies
.1 . .per doz
riCln; Llals ejuole at rTs- per dtz. f-r small
to t.m for mttiluni jiid II f.ir laice
l.A I.S iliol, e small fat tll'J tn 170 ll at t
ffr Il . h--avj do (Ho to 17i) Il I at ijib'sc r
ll heretics, rough and thin at 3'-c sneep end
Marlines iltill .it 31,14 . thin evves and buek at
2 Sf3e lr II. M.rlmr lamb"- Ilvves at 4, to 4;
I lb fur choice to to (0 Hi buck lambs at 3tf
I'rtilts anil e-e-nliles.
AI'l'LRsV s'.mnd In hi Is. at fioni 75. to II for
l.r. Jl u t., $1 ; fr fa,r tJ , , r and f I i
5- for fanrj high-. -doted varieties Ka-tern
inlvesl Jl 50 to ;.!! II im.--B..-wn selling
l.sise fmm wagons at 15. to oe jtr bu .
and at fmm fjk to Jl 50 lxr bll. measure-latter
l'i:ACIllii--,intgne.l ot Mlehlg-in In be
ket cratis sold at II to Si 20 and bu bjskets at
II to JIM ns to qinlitv. li.p fir loo I'lNni-.
near-bj e-iisigne-l ii.t-v ul I at raiifce e-f 2 i .01
for siimII to medium up ti it.iwtc b.r ho-i e i-er
j lu lusket ml bll ts nt b'Jc 10 SI for son ell
to meellnm lbme.giivvu waken rtselpts hr ikb
r's; to in- s-r t.-bti. bae.et for email i.- tie linni
4)0.4t for choite and t.V- fir ftucv. txtra faitij
l.ll.. l-.is and t ravlo-di at Tii-
I'l.llts, -ijuote In I t.K-Due Iters (.;,
for No I, and Jl to SI 25 for V- 3. end No
2 llartlett at J3li2 25. K.lf.r at $1 50B1 75 per
tbl for choice Near-1 coititnon vari-llt- at
l.-;25c do hers and KclfVr at i-jl3. . lltrtletts
and Howell Sue jr V. i,u t.1Ket. 1 3 bu takets
d-jiluxs at 255i;n and Howell i.t "t.5
tlUAPIS e liitiax baskets I oncordi queitable .tt
He. tt-bu taskcts Ci.iK-ords and white varle
tb at lr-Se.
V Tl:i:.V!!.IX: tiuote Iowa mi Ions nomlnel
at Jli to 13 per car on ti, a-id In a J tl ! rg
wav at St, to Sir tier Put del.
CVNTAIXl PCs- Cl,. be ted I at Jl 201 5i)
(fanov at J! liwl Sn fur tandail
IMTATOKS ll..nie-3ritvvn e 'lv UHi. sales
loose from fanners vv tgons ninmt: ni.tfnl 11
22:25c per bu , fancv Imff stot k brnutng mure
lUsst receipts bring 2T.'trt
ONlON-4-North M-iourl red 53c to 40.-
CKl.i:R yuote round at l-s inr doz. and at
2-tfl3.V ler bunch for blue ribbon.
CAHJlAGK Quote Northern at J ier ton del
H.'me-e.rown s. IUn rn orders at J1.35 er crate
STRINR 1IUVNS Kome-grown scarce and llrm
selling hst-e at St -5il i 1 er bu for round
crt'l Mlinri" Hon-e grown s,-lllrg at 4)ii50c
per bu. Iste for choice gren Nortbem syij at
Jl.15 iter bbl and at 50i j.er bu baskt L
IWri.irumKR-eJuote Michigan at S2 50 to K
p. r crate containing 2if2lj doz
TOMATelKS Home-grown cllstip tc quott
ble at 2V Iter bu loo-e. and choice at 501750 Or-
uers e nargci higher.
sAVKET lllTVPlKs- Home-grov.-n llfrmudl
rnd queen sell at MliuV, vellovv at T5c and r-sl
lomemond at ?oc 11 bu I.tose and at J- 15 for
llermuda J3lr2.2a per bbl. for other varieties on
EeJCJ FLA NT Northern at 5V per ttox contain
ing aixui 2 uoz Home-grown al riyetc per tioz.
CARROTS Northern quotable at Jl p r bbl
and at 7oc I-er luo II. s bulk d. I
Ol'MllO Dull, home-grown selling at fJ'c per
H bu. and 3i per teck besket
SAUKItKRAFT-Ouote bbl-c at j:5, bbls.
at 1 25. small e.rders charged higher.
e13.Rl.P- Ouotable at 4Sc ier lb
HORsTKRADIMI Quote new hetme-grown at
J4 50 p-r bid on orders
IlKFTSS 11 at l lr I bl In shipping order
TPItNirs Home-grown s. 11 at Jli". 1-er I bl
on shipping orders Consignments not wanted.
3llsee-llit nefeiils llnrlits.
HICHWINKS-Selling on a baIs of Jl 21
SCRAP IRON AND MKTA1. Iron Wrought
4V per letit pit.. heav cat 35c. -derl anl mallei
lit 2c and 30.. stovepipe Joe. burned 15c. Uras-
!.'ght J7. heavv JU 50. Copper 111- lad S3 50
Ylltc J3.73 lVv.ter 12.
CCOl'KRSTl'1-F- In car 1-ts on trk : staves -c
ttonvvood llour l.bl !.."Jfi7. No 2 Jtil m. half
bbl J5S5.5" Is-er keg Jirifl6. lartl tierces J2v.
lik hbl. Jl. Heading.-, iter set No. 1 llour bid.
15. Shave-i hoops- Flour bbl tlfife' for 0001- r.
Jl for Hotrler. half bbl. J2.VI. coded elm 16 fi)tl
Ji. oak lard tleree. cooper-shaven, Josis isrk
-OOPKR.OK-I.-inl llrr.-es SI IS. pork bt-'
"i- half bbls 75c. slack work lound-ho.) flour
Mis. rifi3c. mt-li'top tl-t 3i hair bbls 25c.
meal bid. roc; 1 rtsluce I ble. 24c. aprle bbls. 25c.
Rlt'iOM coltx Nerolnallj S'tUV is-x ton.
Hi:i:-W Firm. Prime 23c per U.
I'KATHKRS-I'rtrre ljige. vhl:e ivc In small
anl 4fc In large k . grav 3sc. whit-, old .e
:s . x r.wso-. nx sfr-v: xxx i:sri5c. x.w
i&pic. Tare 2 ter cent for lirge to lit per cent tor
smell sk. Duck White 3tfii7o. dcik I7si3-)-.
Chicken 4c Tutkej Rody Sc, tall 3t-; wing 17c:
wing, till and jiot-ters 17-c. wing anl tall 2w.
wlrg and pointers ftc r-ointers e.
iit.r.jtslvI.N-. I'nine Lcc per io anieiope i:-rc;
goat 2j.4jUic Kid and tlamageQ out. Texas 2ftr
ROOTh Ginseng at from 3u4.2. ladv slipper
,c. senee-v c; pink lie. got.ien s-al 4i;n.4v- o:d
worth more. Mav apitte 2i2Vsc. snake 2n. black
Tk-. angelica 3i3t.c. wahoo Itark of root, St",
bark of tree lft2"ic. blood :uc blu-llag 2c.
skull-ep 1 vves 310 fcr prime gren. sastafras
talk 4e. ,,11 ro-ts sl-ould lte thort.ughly my and
clean lefore Itelng eltlnned to mark.t.
SIIKRP ltELTsVSool pelts at 5tX"v:: lambs"
e2Jtrt .tiM.ll.n. kf ... 1.... .. ..,!- -.-I...
-.s.s , ri.. in., .s b,,,.-. .J Ul . .11111 e-i3
sftSe rr lb
DR1KD FRl IT We quote: AfplC". evnp'ratel
rings at 3t-c to 4c. quarters tit 3c to 3V. eh ps at
'sSe. peeling at ijc sun-lrle.l -.piarb rs at 2c
to 3c IVnchee Fancy evaftrate.I impelled
halves at 5c. sun-dried hilves at 2c All elam-ap-d
nntl pter roesls ell for les.
IiRIBD ;iti:HN P17ASK Jobbing from store
at Jl 15. split at Jl 4
WHITI7 IIRAN.- Choice bnnd-plcke.1 p.! -nns
In a jobbing wav from store at Ji.20i2 2t
screened ec rer lb. less. Western at Jl 5-1. Wtcvily
ler-. lama lans at ti- per lb.
HONEY Comb at 10c to 12tjC rarcy while
clover 13H14c: Inferior, dark nn.l broken less.
Rxtrarted hnd rtralne.1 in bbls Dffjisc. and In
cans 1 Me fer lb. higher.
LINsKKD OIL Per cnl : Raw at tie boiled at
r-3c; lc per gal less tn e-ir lots Castor sell In
bids . per lb. No. 1 12.J; No 3 1'l'8c. Cottonsee,)
oil Summer vellow See, while 39c; winter vellcw
43c; white He.
LlTMHKU From first hands- Yellow pine, finish
lxs and ur. (12316 foot! at HS.JViih &. ji. ,,t S16
T17.5ft H,ff2 at JKSIS. lxl-lnch JHSI5. all com
mon S117U. tlre-soi and mntcled lloorlng com
mon nt J13&14. star al J15615 50. clear at J16.r
straight geair, worth more- third cleir S2.50 tier
M Its. l'opliir-l-lncli at Srlt nnd Jlsfrvj. lew
l'r'r-lnch at S3)fi32 and J2iff22 s.piarts7x7
Inches and under at fit and SSI. xl and over lie;
and JIS Oak Plali -awed eihitc. inch at 2tff25
and J14S15: V. tn 2 Irch at Sriy25 nnd J14. 2Ci;
lneh nt 527 and $16; quarter-sin el white SttgH
and J22. dry Jl per M mire; quarter-sawed red
at JSKf32 and Jivgrr dn- II more, holsters nt J"7
nnd reaches nt J2C. tongue at fti32. .Vsh 1-Inch
a' SVJ'Z': a"l JIil5. ll.ritOff2-incb at SZiltn
and Jltlllj. 21- to 4 Inch nt StSftlO -tn.l CIS tttet.
walnut at J72 5.1875 and 5 to S37.5o and JU-MW
12. Cherrv Clear and second at J7'. ceirnnton nt
? and CUIH at J10312. Hlekorj- at JU and JM;
hickory axles at 131. Cedar at S254126 and J15filC;
posts at 17c to 2oc e-vtt. according to size. Svca
more at JlOfdl for merchant-tide stuff, do mur-,f.r".V-w'".1
ot 5i0 and J12. Cottonwtod-Mlll run
at,"um at W-i91l for sap. J22 nn.l J13 for
r?d..i:?t're'"';r-Hkant'!s JK5 and JlsaiS. Maple
at J12 for soft. Orders higher.
Jnbliinc Ilt-innntl Seleivv nttil Hxlcnt or
Hecelpls In Trnnslt Diinlilful.
New Y'eirk. Sept 12. Uve ultrr receipts to
day were 1 cars WWtern The response from the
retail trade ins been very slow, and Joblrs am
carrjlng a Ill-nil supply or both thickens 'and
rowls e.n han.1, nlthetugh the latter are consid
ered the best property, in view of the coming
Chickens Wetern prime lie Fowls Western
10'rf. rooster t'er. Turkvs Filr to good ttfPJe.
Ducks Western prime pair C0fe,)c. Oeee West
ern prlfe pair Jl 121 2i
I)resed poultry receipts to-dav were 70t pkes.
The cv clone has cut communication with Illi
nois and m-st of the Stales further west anl
receivers were unable' to determine the extent
of the receipt In transit for later in the w-ek.
The Jobbing demand was slow, and rspecfallv
n pring chickens and receiver were Inclinrd
to held average bet marks nt lie for tl,er
dry-picked or scalded, with tlnet reeuhlng He-c.
Spring turkevs Fanes dry-picked 16c; average II
15c. scalded average best HJel2e: old average
best hens ICc: torn !x- Spring chickens Western
fatcy larye dry-picked 114e. ordinate- to medium
lOHCillc: Western prime to r.mrv sealdetl lie
Irtme small scaldeil or dr-plcked 10Csc-South-wetlern
10isllc Fowls West- rn dI.y.pckwi
Itrlme llglliic. scalded ll&ll":. Smtheni and
. ." ..' '" -"'t ewM-iitturn ic. spring
dud s estern tfiivr
IltitteT, 4'lipe.Hf" nnel leg;ii.
New Y'ork. fcept. 1!.- Rulter Rece.pts ". rn
tkc. Ftfi ij ; rre-inerj 17621 June ereamrv
l'Jiric: factory HQlsl.c. Chese Reeelcts C!
pkgs . htm, large white ll'.c. smzl! do .iu(
10c; large colored Iti'.c; small .it pie. Utg
Re.s-lpls St.t62 pkgs. , steady. Western regular
packing firm at mark, l".4iI7e. Weatern loss off
Cblcngo I'oulfry (amtnf Itins.
Chicago. Sept. 12 teed poultry steady; turkeys
7C.0SC; chickens 9SPX-.
Minneapolis. Sept. lr - rife: Sept. whe-it 74i,c.
Dec. 75,H.e. May 77e Fl.r Fust patents $3 -v
JM. second patents JJS'il- first cleais J 7i2,
scconl clear 2a2.1il. Ihan In bulk H2jl2.2.
New York. Sept 12. There vvas rna!derabl
Irregularltj In the metal imrket p.li Cables
from London showed an advance of 1 2s nd
for tin. and the bnal markrt took a higher level
if" mitJthv. clo-lng flrrrer in tone at J3n.25
o.Ji. Corier. though somewhat lower In Loido-i
lad a stnwig undertone here and closed tocher
at Jlt..o17 SiHller. en the other hand, was
weak nning to the decre-is- In e-onumntion.
closing weak nt J(4 in. fig iron warrant were
very dull at JJ 374ii 10.37U. ard b-i.i cemtlnues
etll and unchanged nt 14 37',. The brokers'
trice of lead vvas Jl and for copper J16 ST'i
,l7 Y?.rk' i!t, ,K-tijimu Hw strong; fair
iff.nJng 4',c: centrifugal M test 5c: molaes
New- Tork. ept. 12 Wool dull.
ci"5.1.0": -u"s'- ?ett .ir The American Wool
to mo'0 " IleI'ort'r W1" sa" of the wool trado
The wool market was eery quiet during the
rist week, the sales reported being even less
""n thosa of the jrerlous week, e.-onsumer are
still busing only such wocla as thev- absolutell
lirtel. While the actaal volume of business done
was smaller, there was little If ansthtpg done
In the marieet. the consumers rasntfestlng more
Uterest In wool, and are taking more sample
ales. Prices are practicall uiehangtul. What
'..,m? 'SnL1' 'o Jte notie.il has run t mMlum
fbek In fleeces a.id Teniiotie.
. T2S,?.Ies ot lhe r'c'ii 'n Bwton amounted
to I,320.tvn nounos In domestic and 35.000 pounds
JSi '"i -w?,."? u IS1"1 oC ;.. agalnsta to-ZrcCJ-c
KS0:aM tor ,nc Previous week and a total
or s,Vj5,ew for the corresponding w eek last year."
WHEAT CLOSED LOWER
IN CHICAGO MARKET.
C0KX AXI) OAT.S DECLINED
tlioculativo Itusinrss in f 5 ruin Suf
fcrod on Account of Interrup
tion of Telegraph Service.
Chle-ngii. Ill, Sept. i;. Itusinca In the
speculatlvp department of the grain trade
Mlffcrc-il heiih in the volume and value of the
etimmodiUes b tho intfrniption of tclc
Kmnhlc cotnimink-ation with the litst
Wheal. conipatM with yes-teriia s lln il
price, closed -fi3,o lower, corn s,frt.c (iwii
iiiul cuts nt i4- iletli.ie-. i'rnvislon made a
nipid reeov.ry near the close from a bid
break reado e-irlier .Hal were not much
hnngttl In the .nil.
W lien I.
Wheat rijienrel witlio.t any inarl.td
change anil wit, only a limited amount of
trading. The bulbe rmde Ihe-lr Investment
jesterday and, se-cing nothing to make
l hem ehuige their views, "stotttl p-it." and
Hie bears were liollpti-t d (o sell more short
under prest in eontlltiniis. The situation was
.vunewliut em lhe balance, with i le-inlnB of
the si.itKtleal tletelopnie-nts rather more In
favor of the bulls than they have It.n In
the past. Receipts at Chicago were liberal,
but nt MiiiiieaMlbj and Dulutli tin) shuwi.l
in.ittrl'Uly under those of tne prcnom eur.
c"lucgo gut ST.J carlo ids and the Norlhwist
tmly -Cs. eomparcsl with 917 the eorresM)iid
ing il.ij of the previous .vear The vveathtr
in the Northwest showed improvement, the
rain having ceased, and probably elite to that
tho MitiPcapoUs wheat market opetieil with
a tendency to weakness. Selling orders aTt
er a vvlille e-nine hence lu Chicago ami
bropglit about some .heaviness .iftei about
half an hour of moderate firmness. The
Liverpool quotations at the opening were
higher. Sept wheat wan up 5sd ami J e-.
lip '-tl. with Hour Gil a s,nk hlghci Tele
graphic eomnuiiile-atloii with the Ilist was
lute rruptetl. the storm ol estenlav having
prostrated the win- In that dire-c-tittii. and
the curtailment of news on that hi count
made business dull and left It largc-Iv in the
hands of local tradtrs. The ivsult was that,
le-eeiving no outside support, the longs tired
of bearing up with nothing but hope to mk
tiin them and eomminced dribbling their
wheat into the pit. The stream or lung
wheat Inert a; od a- the price appeared to bo
-iif tening. with the result of a considerable
decline ironi the pilces pre-valllng earl.v.
I.lvi-rpool elose-d with part of the morning
advancet lost, but still -Sal to 'tfl over the
previous la's llnal figures, anil l'.iri. noted
an udvanee of from Jic to l4c a bu. The
absence of buvlng orders for cash wheat,
owing to the difficult of getting a message
throush. vvas a dl:lnct disadvantage to the
bulls. 1'rivate Information of a nirst tellable
elnrncter from people In the Northwest re
ferred to the condition of the greater pirt
in shock, ami much of that In stacks, as
simply deplorable, re-ndering most of it quite
useless for llour-maklng purposes. Keeclpts
In the Southwest were still heavy mid
more than offset with the trade the com
paratively light movement In the North
west. Clearances or wheat and Hour from
the seaboard were SWAM bu. Oct wheat
ett-eneel at from 7fis.e tit 7.V .e sold .is- bltrh
us-Vif.&loKc. and from that gradually clown
to 74se-, which latter point It reached alHtut
an hour from the end or the session Some
aecdesl ucslstance came to the bulls by the
news froai New Yolk that boatloads hail
been sold for export, causing Oct. to react
from 7l'c to 74V. the market closing with
buers at 744. a loss on the day of Vti-c.
Corn openeil at -Uerda 's closing prices,
but the trade was very slow and tne weak
ness developed by the wheat market affect
ed corn to a slight extent. There were no
new features to the trade, llecclvers sold
some Sept. corn In j the pit against their
eountry purchases of eiri. Much or the
.small business was elnnu in changing Sept.
to Oct. and more distant deliveries. The
premium of Sept. over Oct. vvas j.enerally
lne. and there wast much to change, but
the orders seemeel limited to 14c between
the present and next month. Dee. sold at
from 4"(.c discount under Oct. The local re
ceipts of corn nuniltcresd s)s cars, and ."CO
were estimated for to morrow. The dlttlculty
of telegraphic communication nitn theKit
hindered the brokers who do the shipping
business. Oct. ope-ncd al from 23c to SJc.
and from that sold gradually down to Ssc-jC.
There wns some little rally after that, but
no life In the business-. New York reported
SU boatloads sold for export and lJOf) bu.
were fcld here for shipment. The closln?
price for Oct. corn vvas Csc, or c below
csterda's tinal figures.
The market was lllelrss except for a few
minute's when wheat was running down like
a watch with a broken spring, when torn?
j-calpers had long oats for sale ami de
pressed the market u little more than It
otherwise would have been. Changing Sept.
nt:i Oct. holdings to Dec. was the charac
ter of much of tho limited business. Iaicai
receipts were 242 cars, with 4'vi estimated
for to-morrow, that Indicated addition to the
receipts causing some of the weakness that
prevailed. The exitort clearances from the;
senbontd amounted to GTsOiM bii Oct. oats
stnrteii at sc and declined to :itc the clos
ing price being the lower figures. Vessel
room was taken for shipment of 4:000 bu.
The rye market eased off a little in sym
pathy with the weakness of the leading
market w heat. The market at all times
vvjs very tjulet and dull, with only one trade
in options. Holders nf grain were sUd to be
stubborn and not inclined to let go or thVIr
possessions at present prices. Offerings
from the country were light, and In some in
stance's damp, and said at a smart reduc
tion. Dec. closed at oSc, a loss of c since
tho previous close. No. 2 on track sold nt
52c. A part of a car or No. 1 grade setld at
45c. while a whole car brought 4tte. Itecelpts
were S cars and shipments 733 bu. Exports
out or New York were 1X) bu.
Barley was strong at almost former quo
tations, with the excerption or cboico malting
grain, which vvas said to be about lc high
er. Although the market was firm. It vvas
not active, owing to moderate offerings,
which were quickly absorbed. Malting
grain, poor to choice, averaged from 40c to
M)r. with feed lots selling Irom 38c to Xfc.
Receipts were 67 cars. Shipments amounted
to 3.7t7 bu. There were no exports out of
Itnnne of Kntores.
Articles. Open. High
Wheat-bept .. ..74"4Sr 75
Oct 75t(,'ict 754i
Nov 76ST76U 7iP
Cern S.-it 11". 40H
Oct S7-rtt(, Kt'i
Nov 36S .
Oats t-pt 21". 2i4
Oct 22 22
Nov 22. 22'i
51 Pork Sept.. .. .. .
Oct 11.4) 11.52"4
Jan 11.25 11.3
laird Sept . ..
Oct S3 6 S3
Jan K2-i 6.621J
Short Ribs Sept. .M 7.574
Oct 7.J7Ci 7.M
Jan 5.55 6 02'i
. 71', Tit,
11.22', 11 ST.
. i- I..V2",
6.77", 6 K
(..95 6 t)24
Itecelpts unit Shipment's.
Articles Rec. Ship.
Hour, bbls 31.1-tO 13.tl
Wheat, bu 5G2I 2US.tM
Co-n hu fiKit. tit.n
Oats, bu 7l4.') 4J-ttl)
Rye. bu 1't.oil 1,-st)
Rarley, bu 6i,es) 31 (.))
Flaxseed early was Inclined lo be dull,
with llttlo trading, but liter firmed up and
closet with an advance of ltfl'-je for futures
and 'ic for spot seed. To-day marked the
opening sale of May elellvery. The trade
was made between Wcare Commission
Comptny nnd Norton Swltzer. Offerings
were light. There were no special featuns
to the market. Northwestern spot sold at
,1.50. Southwestern $1.19. Sept. sold at 1.
down to Jl.lS'i. reacted, nt.d closed at $1.43.
Oct commenced at Jl.tS. sold off tt Jjl.-il1.
advanced to l.-5 nnd llid'rheel at that price.
Receipts were 32 cart nnd shipments 73, u:
bu. Arrivals at Minneapolis were Jfi, and
at Duluth t tarloads.
Tiniolliy ii nil Clover Se-eils.
The market vvas nominally nnchangctl
from yesterday and very dull with on! a
small amount of business transacted. Of
ferings or seed were light. Choice seed, if
Offered, would sell quickly nt Jlfj4.73. but
as offerings were light and poor, little was
eione. uptions closed at 4 4u rtir Sept. aril
$13) for Oct. Receipts were 7S3.40O lbs. antl
shipments 31$.32a lbs- There was no Im
provement in the clover see! situation
whatever: tho market was almost "without
bids or offerings. The late advanced bid
of fa.7rt was still offered for Oct.. but there
were apparently no sellers at that price.
Receipts wcru 123.-315 lbs., and shipments
Provisions were heavy the early part of
the session, but rallied toward the close
and closed at the highest point of the daj's
rarge. but did not quite reach tho price
prevailing at the end of the previous day's
sersion. Oct. pork, after selling as low
as J.H.S7H. closed at J11.52VJ. or 15c over yes
terday's figures. Jon. pork rose to $11.33.
or 2V-c under the previous day's figures.
Lard closed Stc down for Oct. and 2'iUc
down for Jan. Ribs were the same at the
close yesterday and to-day. Local receipts
of hogs were 8.000. more than expected, but
lumping the entire day's run In the West
tho aggregate vvas only 1,3j0 more than tho
saine dav of 1S53.
same day of 1SK).
ai.KKi:Ts jiy ti;i.i:i;hai'ii.
New York. Sept 12. Hour Receipts 23.4il bbls.;
exn.rts 21.;5o i.bls.. sales n. 4H pkgs . market
more active oil -i oik puvenia ae ttui pi tees, i.j
Hour steady, sales s"lo. fair to good J2f3.25. choleo
to fancy 3 JJi)3 61. C-rnrm-al dull Use easier:
No. 2 Western 57e f. o. Is alloal. Mate ro 5eU
4- c. 1. f. New York, llarlcy .lull. leedlng 42v
45c c. t f. New York, malting 4uW)56c c. i I
RulTalo. liariey malt dull. Western t.'1it.v. Wheat
Kteeipts 13-.i"Sl bll . exports 51.-HH. sales 3.101'.
uoi bu. future. l-M.'eei l.u exptrt. i-pot east, r;
No. 2 red Stc f o. b. alloat. No. 2 red TltC
eleiator. o 1 Northern Ouluth .Pkc f o b.
ml. ..it. No 1 hard Imluth t:4c f. o b. afloat
Opt ens oisnetl nuiet and Meadv t.n the llrm
(tilles but meeting f.iftl active liquidation from
lot 'I source. Itiepiietl by weakness In the Nortli
wrtl and at s"t Lxile. to win. a was anded a less
atttve exjtorl demand, th tl.ellnet srarplv.
After a Imel rails en covering the mirket eluseil
nt -cev.i net ilts line salts inclule-d. No 2 rt-l
lltnli MMivV cbe-ttl 4jO. yi , slifSlye cpistsl
Mt.c.Sept TX'sSlko'vC, elotsl .Jt,e. Ikl. P.-Vf
iiC. closed rtTe IS-C 1 7-P'r2l4t. fltMMtl M,.
i erie Reeeii.ts .iui bu., exiu.its .OI l.a . riles
Kit met bu tutttrtst xl.tt evimrt M t . av . No
2 4te .lev.it ir and liCjc fob alloat options
err.ed st.a.iv .tit the Fucllsh .ulvan.-e. afler
whit It It weakened Willi vvhe.it nn.l im.ler ti!
italizlnc. .I.tst.i (.iv jt t . ,.,t tlevllie Mav
4UilIV. il m I II .e , h.pt ljl4"c et.t-el
4.V Ih.! Il'.j.ir,, .l.jseil 4V.e. I 41 7 !
4ls,i-. close-l livt Oats-Re.. Ipts I'l.Stsi, exlrt'
2-t.4j, snlet lonttpt bu sieit dull. No 2 -e. No. t
I"--. Nit 2 while et.Jl.'Te; No 3 while .Nl-Vtt .
irk. Uesprn SMifirik . trk while Westini 2".'ri
zru trk white M.tte 2.,Ji33c options qu.et anl
noiulnallv lowtr. I'ted sle.ltis Illy ltalv Hops
quiet Reef tpiltt e-ut ni'tit-' e tv , plckl.tl I1
lies Si.ltt. pickle.1 snottliter.s t, . . pickled hams
4tlnt l.ii il snail.-. We-sttrn eteatiie.1 7.2.-;.
S 1 t S -".. u iiuintll, refined rtetdv. Pork stead).
Tall. dull i iit,n ii Hrm, jellov. 2i.li?,':e. R
l.rm 51. lnses t(alv
l.lv.i., s.t l; CKftng Wheat No 1 Ft
firm. No. 2 te.1 Ue.-l.-rn winter rs 'i.l. No 1
Northern sprini. l 3tl. N'.s 1 c:illfornie fs 5tlr
c 3t-it future t.uitt. t.pt C 'd; Itte t,s
2.1. ttrnSe.t hrm. Amen. an mli.e.1 new 43
2V1. do old nominal Faiures neads . tkl
4 r-s.1. Nov 4s J'.ti. it,- 4 -k4,j ljtin -c! tirt
libs firm 47s. short clear baekr firm 42 Slsiul
eleis-jM.iiaie el.a.lv T2e Cl Cheee American
bnest vvnite hrm .i r.t do colotcd 52e M. Tal-b.w-1'rlir.e
n fi. tt.lv 2!e D.1. i'.itton-ee.l oil
Hull r.nned. No. -Airil 2" Turie-mlne rp'rlt
KanMS Cits. Mo. -5-pt 12 - W lieat Itec.
ff Mav 71t -ih No. i hard t-.icw. No 2
t-.V.rt.- No 2 red To.iTnte, s.(1 , 57,,s. c.,rn
l'ee ajtntr-,e. Ma 34V,1'' "ash No. 2 mixed
:iSki,e. No 2 white 3-s-: X.i. 3 3VI.C. Oats
No. 1 white 2t'25 Rje -Ntt. 2 4tr Has
t'ho.e timothv 52.. eho..e prairlo 172557.5').
I utter Cr ini-n 'Mi.. . .lairs fancv !7e Fg
-I resh lr'sc Rteeipls Wh.-et lvAO). corn.
Civet, oal. It.to) shipments -Wheat. 20!,vci,
torn. 2t.3tJ. tls 2,'ret
Citleagti. pt 12 -s-asll quotations were as fol
lows. Flour si.h.Ij Wleat-No 2 7212t'74e :
No 2 red 75t;t7t,t Cora Ntt 2 ett-e, Ni 2
S'ilovv 4'1145ls.t ellts No. 2 while 2Fc; No 2
white 2",-Si-5'. Rve N-.. 2 31 liar ley elocd
f.e-linj Js-ifjyi-e. f.nr to ehot.-e milting lib".-,
heexl No 1 llix Jl 11. No. 1 Northwestern J1.50.
itrlme timothv Jl loeil Tit. elover eentrart grade.
Si 5tyTi'.ie' Mess pi-rk. t..r tbl. Jll.45ll j. Lsrtl,
lr 100 lis. R.s2..utt.Ve. short ribs sides
iloose. JT 407 7l) lr-iltetl shoulders ebxd )
Is'lV Short fkir sides Ibxtl ) S7.5S( s.tC
Whiekv tals of h'ghvilne, J) 25 on the
Pri-hi IZxthange Hedas the butter market was
firm. . ream rtes Istsijiii-e, dairies I4HIV.-Cli-ee
lirm. lotH'to l:e. strtmg. fresh 15tiC
Toledo O. s.ept 12 Wheat dull. lower. se t
and sVpt 77c. Ott. TTe Oee. Vte-. Corn dull,
low.r: Ne. 2 tasli anl spt. 43c, IHsr 24 .e. Oats
.hill and higher. No 2 ca--h anl sept .it-c Rsa
.lull, unchaugttl, No 2 cash n1- Ooversee.1
dull lower; iKt fCl7'; -V.. 2 Ji 26.
Ntw iork sept 12 The market lor evaporated
appbs ruled rather quiet lejt fteadv. at tin
e narge.1 iteites stale renunen quoie.1 3'i5c.
prime 4Mi5U : clinic CSQe; lanes e.ii6,sc Cal
ifornia ilriel fruits rul-.l Inactive and nominal
tta the Itasl t.f SH"1! l-r 1 tt for irrunes. a
to sire and qtialltv. Apricots- Rnyii lHilli4c;
Mfor I'ark liVi:. IVocfies i'csrle.1 lltjPc. im
pet led C'a'.tc.
New York sVpt. 12 Coffee Sjtot Rio quiet;
No 7 involte s,c injl.l market, quiet, Cordova.
5i!"e Market for e-clfee futures etpene-i inac
tive at unclfcngtd j.rlces and ruled dull and easy.
f llovving una ltlf..etors cables an estimate of
t. :.j.t'so smtos crop and sx-ot eiemantl slack
Market clos.il quiet, prices to 1' points net
b.vie- Total sales 7.50.) bag'. Including Oct.
7 23II7 30C. Ittc. 7 4-, March ..ttJe and way t.ttjc.
i.ivi: stock viAHKins.
nllves SlreiiiKer Tetnns Menilj
Hogs Hlgber lie lhlsj slieep Aetlve.
M Ij.ul. Thursdav-, Sept. 12. Jk-
Cattle 4.772 1.5.6
Ib.gs S.SlK 1.1 IS
the.!. 2,412 W
Horses ard mules 4't7 Zi
CATTI.15-Natlve Cattle Tr..de Receipts on this
ido of the varde weie liberal, nuiuttering In the
ne ghb.trhoo.1 of 1") .irs. The killing cattle aver
aged medium to good In grade and neh and
the rtcckT efferins ruled fair. LJght and liamlv
w eight Iteef steers sold a shade stronger, and
heevy kinds stea-l. Uutcher eows and heifers
etf ill decrlptlons were firm and stock steers
and feeders, unless strictly good, vtere lt)c to
15c low.r than the close cf lat we-ek.
sales lncludisl beef steers 1.2to to 1,61) lbs. at
S5 to J5.5, beef steers Suo to 1.174 lbs. at S3.75
to S5.35, Itubhtr cows and heifers at Jt.25 to
J..S5, stork steers and feeders at J3 5 to J3.65.
stock cews and heifers at 13 to JS..; calves
tit S5..W to J7. bulls at J2.4o to J3.15, and milkers
at J) to SI7 per cow and calf.
5.1 Steers ,
2S stvera .
21 steers ,
7 steers .
IS stee rs
2 steers .
37 stee rs .
t4 steers. .
2 steers .
2a stee rs .
3: etet 1 s ,
2 steers .
1 cow ....
2 cows ...
1 cow ....
1 cow ....
I cow- ...
1 cow ....
1 COW ....
2 cows ...
1 cow ....
V cuss ...
s eetws ...
5 cows ....
2 cows ....
1 cow ....
2 cows ....
1 cow ....
1 cow ....
2 cows ....
4 eows ....
1 iXVV .....
5 cows ...
1 cow ....
1 cow .....
9 cows ...
2 cows ...
1 cow .....
1 cow ....
5 cows ...
5 t-ews ...
1 cow .. ..
1 cow ... .
1 cow .....
1 row .....
1 cow .....
2 eows ....
2 cows ....
3 cows ....
1 cow ... .
2 cows ....
1 c-ow .. .
2 rows ..
1 cow ....
.... Mi 2.M
.... VJ 2.'
.... tie-) 2.si
.... 1J 2.5
. I'd- I.
.. .1107 2.S..
.... S.C1 2.S
... Vl 2.
.... Sid 2.W
... J 2.W
.... ls) 2.7
... 57 2 75
... 9S) 2.73
.... S7-) 2..D
... VJ I.'.-)
... 97) 2.65
... 105 2.1
... S15 2.5.)
... 71 2 s)
... teH 3.S
... 644 2.M
... SI) 2.W
... Si) 2.W
, 1C Ji.sS
.1.41 5 !-".
IU1 3 W
120 i 2U
2 W'eiern sirs 2..t
745 4 15
. 13o 4.35
.l'srt 4 t3
. . Sli) 4.15
. SS-1 4-tjtl
1 cow. ..
1 cow ..
4 be fers
1 heifer .
23CW8 &. hfr. M3 4.l
1 cow .. ..111 3.W
2 cows ..
a cows ..
2 cows ..
I heifer .
1 cow ....
1 heller .,
f cows ...
... l 2.4)
. M'J 3.73
.. 512 3.75
... 77i 2.i)
... tt) 2.25
... M5 2 25
... C75 2.2.V
... 77t) 2.15
... 71) 2.1l)
...P) 2 tt
... 730 1.75
... MO 1.5D
... 8W l.
... 71 1.35
... 7C-) 1.25
... 823 S.'tJ
... 7M 3.8-
... MS 3.M
... TV") 3.S3
. . 7M 3.70
... 743 3.W
. . 2 3.6.)
... V 3.-I-)
... 715 3.&I
... SOn 3.i)
... 674 3i)
... 713 3.47
.... l.si 3.11
hfrs. tfi 3.55
... . 7t 3 St)
hfrs. M7 3.."
C c.vs &
1 cew- ...
1 heifer ,
4 ews &
1 cow ...
1 cow ...
5 heir, rs
1 cow ..
2 cow s
3 cows ..
2 cows ..
1 heifer .
4 cows .
21. helfe rs
1 cow- ...
t cow ...
It, cows ..
2 mixed .
2 cow .
4 tows ..
1 tOA ...
1 heifer .
1 cow ...
1 cow ..
2 cows ..
2 eons ..
I e-ovv . .
1 cow ..
1 cow . .
3 feeders ..
23 foetlers ..
27 feeuers .
ex.-. n'.-o I
.... 7U 3.15
. ... '." 3.10
.. . .lv 3.25
. SI) 3.35
.. . . W.I 3.3t
... . (VI 1.3.-
... . S77 3 25
CIS 3 25
1170 3 25
.. . .lb") 3.23
. too 3.25
2 f.eders .
o feeders .
22 feeders .
22 stooke rs
3 sto. kers
... ti.'l 3.4)
. . 611 3.4-)
.. ."01 3.4)
... tli) 3.1-1
. 6te) 2.41)
... 711 3 4)
... 711 3 35
... 72 3.30
.. VK 3.25
... ( 3.23
.. 7t)3 3Jt
... 551 35
.. 7W 3.25
.. "rt 3 25
.. f.71 3.25
.. 7i'l 3.1)
.. M'J 3.1D
.. 61) 3.115
.. 6.17 3 o)
.. S51 2.f
.67) 3 IV)
. 5S 2.1 1)
.. 61t 2 65
is sloe kers
5 feeders .
5 sto kers
3 stoekers .
l't sto. kers .
3 f ee-de rs .
27 stoe kers .
P) stoekers ,
. HI 1.25
. . SCO 3.25
.. .1075 3.20
. 713 s.lu
.. .. H7 3. M
. . . s",t 3.iO
... . 600 3.bt
v - i
. ... 5.'5 3l
. .. 31) 3.0D
.. 1M 3.1a
!' 3.IJH 13 stoekers
sty) 3 t i 12 stts-kers .
1) 2 I'D
t sto kers
3 SPskerS .
M 4h.:-634t7 titjlirc'l cmfwjp cmfwjp cmfwp
lirjur n..li e rni.
Av. I'r. No. Les
1 helf.r ...
K he.fers ...
7 heifers ...
9 Prlfe re ....
1 cow .. ..
1 cow . .
3 cws a. hfr
4 beirers ... .
5 ews. t hfrs.
1 helf.r .. ..
5 heifers . . .
3 heifers . . .
r. h. iftrs
5J6 3 15
SKI 3 0"
7.S1 3 0"t
2 calves 170 4.M
2ealve 2lt 4 73
".calves ... . 21? 4 5i)
2 Calve l'e) 4 5)
J Olives 1;.; 5v
2earllnvs . . 41Q 4 2'.
1 Searllnz ... 430 4 2.
5scatllng ... 4t 4.25
7jenrllnes ...2 T25
3 searllngs ... 225 4 t0
1 starllni- .... 3) 4 no
1 searllne . .. 270 3.7".
1 star tnsr .... SI) 3 75
-)earlir.--3 . l 2.40
1 staz llvl 4 7;
I hull 1270 3.2".
1 bull 12i 3.2.-.
3 bulls Hie! 2.20
I ball .. 1f) 120
1 bull 12) 3.21
I bull ... . II 'I 3 2i)
Hull 1(1 221
1 bull lain 3 2)
1 bull -Co 2.13
1 bull 12-0 3.11
4 bull 901 2.13
1 bull Pr 2.10
3 bulls 95 3.10
2 lulls 1205 3. M
1 bull Iit 3.t"l
7 Itull 770 3 00
1 bull V71 2.00
lbllll 7;") 3fO
2 hulls 1211.7 3.60
lbull 1420 3 0O
1 cow & cf. 47 00
2 cws. ,r,evs ex.. 41 00
7o 3 m
37 3 to
740 3 li
. r.t 3.i-a
. K2i 3 If
. 576 2.90
5 2t 2.S3
. fti2 2.C3
. 43 2
. "At 2.C5
. 5-, 2 73
. 5l 2.75
. 610 2.KH
. 5.11 2.5i)
4 he iters
s he ifers
2 he ifers
1 COW ...
f) 2. IS
2 heretics each
& calves .....
3 calves .....
2 calves ...'..
zews. cvs. ea..4.t
163 . lcow : cf 2SO0
Ito 50 Icotv it cf 33 0
l' .. 1 cow - cf .
11 6 BO leow & cf SSoO
130 Gil lcow- A. cf 30 10
ISO K 30. 1 sitr'nuer . . slO 2 70
220 JuiT 1 springer ...11) 2.70
i.SI -i.oj -
CATTLS? TttcnR rtitr.n.i.
cattle receipts were 9 carloads. SI from the Ter
ritory. 11 from Texas and 1 from Tennessee. The
ouallts" was about av erase, tut a little better
tlan any previous day this week. c-impetitlon
was exceptionally keen, and pikes ruled steady
to strong. Calves sold a notch or two higher.
Tennessee cows and mixed cattle sold at 12.50
to 12... Texas and Inllan Territory calves 11J
J t 251 lbs. fo-d at J3.5K to JH.7J per head bulls
I J.1'-15. t irwj. eows ami htifere at S-." to
Ujllainl steers 716 to l.pe, lbs at 13-15 to J4
No. Des. Av IV Xo Do Av. Pr
I'Jralit.l ... . e.iij2ii 2Vtter 71t J I
13covv .. . 723S2.7-.I 4 lallirgs .. .1P17 -
III calves eaih . . v'tt i t'.4.it.-ei t. -t ' t
S3 calves each .11 75 put steers
2.Z. lte, st. t rs
vt: - x
K J 4",
.SI pi7 rtter
Lt, stt t rs
41 stee rs
is. steers .
ncHiff Amvals Wile- .iio-i te and the qaAl..y
V.t (.ueel. The lht It. ks of Stulel lid ..l e
w.io stroiii: t.t 3o ngnei. rns buun.r Ae.t,ots
v.. re wins etcuds an.i it.altg era.l 1 vv.r. lu.
lar from iteing nrnt it was a tiiee market, w 1.1
the nultv selu.ig is-tlt r man . ok go qu.l..ti ...s.
lite ttaile ci litlllU-.! d- It , iints ...irir. oe
eel'tts Illln iIil- top rue vvas 4sst leii.l o
s,vv.lt ,- Co for lint b s 2 1 lb fie ftwut
!(,- St.. Iit.ld .1 lb, ... t . with t; tea.l
l.tt II. at fell Nels..n ,vt .rn eo. ie.oi.nt
.-i in ail -: .bs at . 1 . Iiu, -n.ra :-ugm a
,. Otl Sl.pl -tO to - Its .1- je.4 l.i . aild
tnose at sti u.re m. i..vKsl itogr, to. ir
veii,hts at tins tut'. Kln against tn.ia.
ine oulk .,f the htg-, in. iig- an tu. -tri tlj
It A-uri'.ti e.n.rln;s n , ...-iiu.hj. jad it s . r
t J.ett. as against 45 - w 3.. -I t.n Tutuas
llk and light itknts .et t-i ll lie., average a
I ' to fjei. aesoruing lu quants, ight hogs
11 tO IJO III, sold at .3-t l. e-e.oe. til. OUiK at
Itll to 5.-2lr .Vjt.biini vvelstUM IJ", t.t lbs
Jeld at lo.2t to e4e. 1 be Jeavy CUlls sokl at
14 ... to anil fair 10 let raavs letgs at i--
to jo.". e;u.i mixed h.'cs at .-" to 5.e and
cs.it.inon to tatr m.xlurett sold at J1.75 to J. 15.
Nts .vv. i ..v Av 1,. No. Av. 1-r
22.le4.l.. 2. . .11. .J5.J 15 .; sjs.
S It,. . j (,1 -, .w ,.,,4
2- .a., ..i. 2s ...4S . -.JO
- ..1 . e) 11 ,M(4...a.et
-l...2lt. e.10 t .2.0 . 4rt lb ..24
sS ...2tt... i l 21.. ..Is, . i et 21 ...el.
4-. .1. .. en II ..1... i II -,. . 131.
. - e't
22t... e-lza W...223
IM... e 42-s
I. 7 ..256... 3.1".
1,3... d.l. lei ..I,. .. 3.45
.217... 3.45 7i...2a... .4j
4 I. ..234 .. .l ls ..225 .. ,.4
5 15 St). .211 .. 5 I 1. .2-u... 5.4,
5.1 42.. .20... 5.4", 45...I-.J .. 3.41
5.15 N...15... 3 4., St. ..221 .. 5.4
1 2 .237. . 4 e't.. J27... e.l. j
5.47". 37 ..2J1 .. 17VJ -v.. 171... I.'
3 47'.-j tv....l2... 5. 1.,. 75.. 2.s .. .I7
.!... 1.7 ..
5c ..!: .
.ol i-t -Jt. . e l t,....tsi .
6 ) 63 ..15... 3 ) 4-....2U1...
3.. 72. 170... . .Vj 2) .23
5.V) 72.. P. . ..ri 2 . lt.1 .
e.w 55...12... ) S2.. ,7..
3 5) 71 PC .. 5 ) 12.. 15
73 "is . S.&1 23.. .HI. . I j 1,7 ..l.i .
to .173..... 125 ..177 .. 5..2I- 7J . 175.
117 .163... .32I SI. .I.H. . i.i. 15i...l7...
c. .JV.I... e.d is....":!.... ti
MllIKP The run t.f sheep was larj-er than
ans Cay reeeiitlv. jet It wai 0.1I a g-j.el mod
erate supple. Iht- arrivals Iritluled six tingle
decks ot "lexans from itweetwater. Ravers
were e-ut in full forte and ready for business
1 lading vvas active and good to l-st lambs s.!it
a sh.de nidher .Medium laml-s and srieep s-,11
steadv to htrong. but cull lambs sh-jw-td no
nrpiovement and stinkers were unchangnl.
s ties included g,j. lnnibs at 11.13 to J3 iv
t ull lambs at J to Jl. mutlt-n sheep at J3.6 to
J2.S-,. lexas sheep. 7j ib. HVerje. at IS.'
Mockers at 3 2-j to J3.il and bucks at 5-J
e. bulls 675
1 stais 1I7'1
2 bulls 1273
1 Itull I2"
4 cow ti7
1 cow ... . 4.SI
M4 ews. e- hfr. fet7
2ii cows 701
27 cows 761
311 ct-vv 6VJ
IScows . .. . si)t
llttiWS . '"
22 cow s 714
6 etws . .. ftVl
No ... Av. Pr
4. lamts 74 J3.3I
lo lambs il"! 3.25
21 lambs .s j.--.
17 lambs 71 3 2.
7-' lambs c, 5.25
21 lambs ...... 77 5.2
37 lambs t3 5.17
32 lambs .. . 7o S.lu
J lambs .. .. 7 3.")
13 lands ... .. 77 i oi
Jt-4 lambs m 73
25 Iamb . . 6v 4.75
71 lambs t,4 4.73
."el lambs t 4.77
2:1 lambs .... 33 4.27
1-. Iambs 64 4.15
e-t nat. sheep. 1.15 3.7
11 nat sheep.. lit 3 73
CO Texas ... 72 2 77
3-i nat. sheep .. 31 3.73
21 nat. shtep .117 3.V1
o nat sheep.. 97 3.75
23 nat. sheep.. lit 2.7
3 nat. sh.-ep.. 97 2.7
12 nat. htep w S.75
No Des. .v Vr
27 nat shot p i3 2 75
It, nat. sheep J,", 3.7.
16 nat. sheep. .110 2.7.
34 nat. sheep. Ill 2.75
15 nat. sheep .132 2 7.
64 nat. sheep..li- 3.7o
27 nat ieep .32 3 "3
11 stokers .... S3 2.2
2 Mockers .. VI 3..0
13 cull lambs.. tl 4.r
1-t cull lamts.. t,- 4.i
24 cull lambs .
21 cull lambs.
5 cull Iambs.
1') cull lambs.
3 cull lamts
2 cull lamt
. 54 4 ts
. 5-t 4.00
. li 4.i-)
. 55 4.-t)
. to 3.3)
2 cull lamb... i;
12 CUIl Iambs . 72 3.23
92 cull land's. . i4 3.o
3 bucks It.'I 2.i-
2 bucks 153 2.73
11 bucks ... .Ill 2j)
bucks 125 2..')
lIORsKS The heaviest ftu-mlv in month eaa
oa the market It craisisted of all clisses, but
choice to extra drivers and coach horses were
the llshtct represented, while l"astern and ex.
Iiort chunks formed the laniest iiroistrtion. with
also a goodly representation of southern and
general purpose horses. A good, uniform, liberal
demand from all sources actuated the bus"lng.
foreign, hastern and Southern tiuarters having
rerreser.tatlon at stronger values than were ex
istent at the same period last week, nam to
g.Hl Kastem chunks brought J75 to 155, while
lrTi- chunks, fair to choice, commanded Si--)
to"J137o A few medium drafters sold at 1125
to J14..&). Southern horses, commoa to gocd.
Irought JW to J55. and cholco to extra lv) to
l.C. with some heavy chunks selling for the
ssmth at 17 to Js3. 1-airs of chunks sold at
,I?re.,.''uo,t-"c-s Hcuvj- draft, common to
rood. J30 to J14), choice to fancj, J150 to J1S5.
i,n",'-'9ommon u cholco. JM to -): bulk.
IJM to jj; coach horses J130. to J2o-). tad Hers
Ojmm&a to cholco. Jto to S125: fancy. 115) to
Jl.. Chunks. ian to l.tjo lbs. Common to good.
J5j to 11 i choice to extra, JUS to JIM. touthtra
hores Commo-i to goid. J23 to jiei: choice to
extra. J5 to J7o. riugs ji; to J43.
MUIJC's There has been on change. In the as
pect or the mule market, trade continuing on
the. dull, weal: and dragcy basis prevailing at
the opening of the week. l)en-an.Is from, all
sources. Kast and South and otherwise, are
ruling In such a light way that local dealers
with lateral supplies on hands have become ln
urgent and Indifferent buyers of nearly all class
es and qualities. Transactions during the first
two dajs were ot vers" limited numbers and
sellers had much difficulty neeotiatlng what
row- changed hands. Values are anvwhero from
weaker to J3 per heatl lower and tho move
rrent Is dull at that. Something like 130 head cf
commission offerings were on tho market
vvedncsdas-. mostly small and medium mules.
.uuio Quotations (For broke mules 4 to I years
II hand, extreme range .
14 hands, bulk of -tale
...1 30. to 157.5.1
... 4).0 to 53.-0
14". hands, extreme rango
14". hands, bulk of sales
l- hands, extreme range
13 hand, bulk of sale
37t, hands, extreme rant-a
15?, hands, bulk or sales
16 to 16". hands, extreme Me.ee
.... 4J.IM to
.... Ol (0 tt
.... CI.OI to
16 to 16", hands, bulk of sale.... liV o to i25'ot
Hulk of sales represent mixed mules la first
hands. Prices altovev bulk figures represent first.
class mules extra ftnlh and weight, strictlx
fat. rractlcally sound and classiSedT
Chicago. Ill . Sept. 12. Cattle-Onca mere prices
ore on the up grade, thero being an urgent gen
eral demand, while the receipts are smaller tii'an
a week ago. The. arrivals to-das are estimated
at ltsoco head, as c-oraiared with licix) at
VVetln.sd-i)-. bringing tho res.-elrts for the first
V?,J-VJ lh" wek UI to -2,i cattle, as against
l.i. for the ame l-orilon of last week, anl 42.
tl for tho corresponding time last ear. The de-rr-ond
w-as llvels this morninc. an the market
was decidedly stronger from the start, with de
sirable iffcring selnnK about luc hlt-her. Sales
wero cm a basis of Jl 5"it3 for common to fair
native 1 nd red V estern steers. JieWfi.43 for fair
and medium grades. Ji.:oi3.70 for o.l shipping
steer. J..i j.fi for choho and .t-tjii. 15. for fancy
lIogs-'The receipts for tha first half of tho
week f.vt up .5,io head. agaira,t Tl.Ovv fer tho
ftme time last wek an.1 S2.421 for the corre
ri ending time last vear. The demand continues
strong, and with l.i) hois on eale to-tlay In
cluding 4.C0 swine tbat were carried over lit
lisht. goo.1 offerlm-s sold at streng prices. Tha
.....i..,. lui,,.? 01 iii.-1-.i was s-ir-ttss the greater
J ait of the heps selling at Jj.25ir5.li. Rcanrh
leavv packing lots were slo-. and stags sjld
largely around Jl 75. and l-oars largely nt 13 30
Ilgs sold at Htfl.2i. according to weishtni
heI-IstIIratlnI: to-dxs's receiots at 15"V)
lend a.ji.ut ,).l sheep an-l lambs have been
r.tarkt te.1 here during the first half of the week
J.'ii?' "" rnr th tame time last week an.i
64.72t a j ear ago Trade vvas active thl morn-
.Jf'niV?11 J"1 "'"" of. '--"P d limbs sold
leallly at the recent advanced price. Shee-
founl bujers a! J.i4 for ordinary to cholc'e,
gra.les the toil price lelll paid for a big lot of
fancv Western ranjrers averaKlng 121 lbs: They
were- taken to exvort. Culls sold at J15(Vfr2 7i
ewes at I3CI-.V and cnel 6-)-lb. fessJere at J3.75. '
Kansas City. -Mo., .sept. li-Receipts ll.tM.'
IV .. UU, ' ',",n-'- Jj""- killers and eholcV feed
ers steady; Inferior killing, feeders and Inferior
MrJ,,fI"w: natives J3JJ5.I..,: Mckers and feeler;
JlfcHta. per cwt. 1 1 os-s Receipts 11.00). market
eiened steartv. closed 24i3c lower: heavy and
s3l,,"'i!;:i -i-- 3 gr,t I"..30fri35: pig, rMi
5,t'rR"-"'I" e.71-0 h-avy supply; opened i.
Je's "IvVe- " ,M "rivals shade eHsief
4?I0.b,cuVl,'l2?5c53.mU,,On! 'V3-'-- f B&
ei,r.V""t' :''r,. 1-e-Heove-e-Krcelpt, 2C3-fni'le,,.rers-,',l.''a'lv:
"'" and common ,1
tnd casv. bu!s steadj e-iws stealy to strrne
steers J4ji.73: bulls J2.50U2.73- ,iu--t si Vf.?.s.'
IArl4C Ctrlt. dvn--e- T. . - .,--,
e-tOe e".. .." "t r"-- i urniKn.i a:
....... .-..miium sneett stertly. medium je..t
common lambs, reelected, .shce,. 12 77a:.?- 5w
choice JITi; cull. J2e,2Vi-: liml JiV-ils-'i-a-,.
?.5-,',.'-e VSeS." "' -"H-'lioRecc,
-We.",.rn ."s"'. '875: Texas steers .-,
ir-S:-.r-w.S ?" helf-rs firm. $"-.23-14 2) canCrs
Jl .4j3; stesker, una r.t... .. -... U."'"'T "
Western ml.-n.ns,-,,"-"..'."?'!"' nigher:
1-mbsflrm. jis8-,.K. J ' ,':""rra WW3 :
St. Joseph, ilo., Sept. 12. Cattle-Reeelnl. t-l-market
atllve and sleallv; natlv es Jl i'j-:
JeMi?e.W'ri,;.'-C- "" n.l he fix, Jl..fjj-
i","fee.eer; ttZWr " "' .IcitiS
heavy J3.2Oa5.30; pe, J3.73l3.1i7' bulk ' jT.-ff
Slieep-Recclpts 1.700; maraet steady.
Tiin cotto .mkivi:t.s.
riie.llujlng of Cotton Wns Itrsiimetl
n n Large Scale.
,, ,s': '-""". VVetlnesdas-. Sept. 12, ism.
Cables Indlcatesl strong markets abroai IJv-err-ocl
at opening showing 2 to 5 point, gain over
night This started speculative buving on this
side and prlce3 advancetl sharply. The strencth
became greater as the day advanced, nild senti
ment tho last hour cr twr was very ballish. Tho
big shorts were driven to cover and at the close
the New Tork market was found to have mined
from 2S to 47 points during the day. while spots
-""2- . .-'..vtier i-ow-i an 1 netters j34 so
Texa;? k?.2 V-?? w """ K-Soi.i.ei8: wli?terM
. "Apiifl t, .-Tutu- nii f.itj-i uuarl-pr-
J2fof,ie50; !,, Ma"K.7 e,c.: J2.4,ef,V-.- ",,,-1
ivfrfxer.? ,i $$
PILESI PILES!! PILES!!!
Dr. Willlims Itdlin Pile Ointment will curs
Rlmi. RltetJIng. i:-era'f.l anl Itching Hi's. R
absorbs th tumor, a'hjs tie It hlng at once,
acts ns a ismltlte. gives Inst int relief I)r. Will
Hams Indian File ointment Is rreparc-1 only
for Files and Itching of the p'lvate tiart. and
riotMng else Faery I'e h gurantee-1 Soil by
ilrurrilst. -ent by mill, f r Sejc rrl Jl r-r box.
Wiilnnts Mfie 10. Prep. (Icvelarel, Ohio anl
Meer ISnst Drug Co.. Ale-t-. St. Louis. JIo.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
!-!t Ta-tuis, Sept. II, 13.M.
Penltsl proi-.sals will In- recelveel at th9
etlhte of the I'.iiiltllns Drnartment. llevtri e
1 IMiication. Ni-ttli and Locut streets, im or
1 tore- -i ocirNt p m. on tne 13th day of
t-'t plemlter. Ui(" Tor work, as follows:
I'MTMItl.Ni. KOU IIOMKSTIC Sl'IKNCIJ
ROOM. STDDIUKI) SCHOOU
Ail bids snail be made out on blanks
which will be furnished at tho Department
All bbls shall ls ealetl and indorsed "Bit!
em numbing. Domtntle Science Room. Stod
dard School." ami aildrt.ssed to Wll. U.
lTTNER. '.tmmi-s.iner of School Rulldl
ing.s. and be tieiited in the tox In tho
lobby of the Ruiltling Department on or be
fore the- aliove date.
Hids shall be accompanied by deposits in
the amount set o-it i-i the specification. No
bid will be enlcrt lined unless accompanied
by such eh-po.-ii. AH or such eh polts to he
In e-.i-sh or certified check, made payable to
the Hoard or Iali-e.ition of the city of St.
la.uis. which amount shall be deposited
with the secrel:.ry antl Treasurer, who will
deliver therefor a certificate; this cenlficat
shall lo Inclosed in the envelope containing
the bl 1.
No bi.M reedve-tl can be withdrawn prior
to th close of t7-e n gular meeting or tho
leianl or Klue-atlrtn ncvt ST-ccee-ding tho
ei.cning of bids. A violation or this, provi
sion on the part or the bidder, or a failure
to comply with tho award made him -hall
forfeit to the lizard hi tl. posit as lir-up.
dated tlamages ror his breach of contract
ami ! lPbiis r,'i-"c3 the r-S'-t to reject any
Specifications for thn above -work may bo
.?..' at,,!'u Hullding Department. Board
of l.ducation. at the Master Builders' Fv-
ehange ami at the rooms or the Bulldln-
iVM. R. ITTNER,
Commissioner of School Uulldlngs.
MULES FOR SALE.
Office or Commissioner of Surplle
City Hall, September 12. i&0
Sealed proposals will be received by the
tinden-IgneU. to be opened at Ms office at
12 o clock m.. on
SATUItDAY NEXT. THE UTH INST..
for the purchase or three (3) mules, which
can be seen at the Workhouse. Term
c-a-.i. on approval or bid by tha Comp-
FRED a MEIER,
Commissioner of Supplies.
were -e up. thouKh they were reported that
mueli lower at L-ven-ool t--i u
In eastern part of cotton belt, says the weeklr
bureau rei.rt the greater pan of crop ne'v
a1" a.t"-Ki'lc5"n,t D-VCTesing rapUrs-. bet t-ta
r7i?h'i1Shoners. ln ''-oii-a- OmplaJntsi)?
ru-t. sheading and premature opening. Ka
some damege from rain rcsuired to tho ety-T
l".tel,Vn. "frta. while the t-olh. are small ard
difficult to pic "o serious Injury to coeton from
the recent tropical storm reported from central
5ertl.,n: in I-ulslana tho first picking yielding
fairly wen. but prospects for a top crop In that
nnate'.,a Vrel- -fr" J-iMsMlppI and North Oiro
Ilna. unfavorable. Slow rrturress made In pick
ing In Atkauas and Ail-dsslrpt, da to ht
weather arid scarcity ef picken. in tirst-pame.
state. Owing to piostratton of wires by th
tropical storm which recently devastated Texa
r.o report e-oncerning cotuia nave been rccclve.1
from that fctate.
I.ncal SfarVet Mtti. aea SIa t.l.k. -s-n ...
-w.t..- " -- ""-' -w.
... 9 5-11
Good ndddllng...... .....
Ra-tBlns 1U-H. S.loc
........... ........10 1-lA
.. ............n....ia 7-h
t-er jard: 2-lb. S4Sc;
Hemp twine 9o
Warehouse statement to-day.
-et receipts to-day
Net receipts since i-ept. l......H
flress receipts to-das' ............
"7ross receipts sinco Sept. !....
t.ross snipmcnus io-aay
Gross sbloments since Sept. 1......2.C-77 lD6ni
Stock on han-l -. 6.34.1 a.'s5.1
IJverrool market Spot bumess small and
ftrlees I-fd lower: uplands 2"d. fcales 7.0tV)
ale-t. KutUrui ClOserl -J-ar. Sent 1 ICCte 1
n.; -sert,-Iec. 11-641 b.;eXt-Nov. 5 44-64-1 le: t
Nov-.-lVee -i S3f1 be; bec.Jan. 5 27-64d K;
Jan.-Feb. E 2ia!ld s.
7V.T loV" markets Spott nt:!- and He higher:
mlddlln-' 1j-c. 1 u'ures clnse.1 steady.
Clo?e IUich twc Closse 9
les tlas-.xo-dav-.TO-nav.To-D vv
Sent.. . ........li.13, 10.-K i.t.gr. w.;-
ct.... .... ...... 9.31 10.2S 3.el lo.?:
Nov. ...... 9. SO 1 f.3 3.67 ID.iJ
Dec .... 9.-;-; a.f-; f.jj 9.S-;
Jan.. . . . 9.-.1 S.94 JIJJ 9.S
b .... 9.4 9.35 9 W 9.97
ilarch ....9.43 9.91 951 931
Net reeelrtt at T'nlte.4 ctee e.-e ev. o. .
da$s K.s.s b3les. acainst 23.S33 for the. same
time last we.k. an.1 111.321 last -rear. Since
bept. 1 10250 bales against 227 S2S balei sama
time lost seasrin. Exports for five days- 17.352
bale, against 61. 14-! for tha same time last week
bte-!con hand 147,'D3 bales, against 435,s?S bales
New TorSr. Sept. 12. rtenew-t-d excitement and
a further upward movement ln the cotton mar
ket developed tp-day. following unexpected
strength In "Uv-erpool, notwlthsta-jdlng our net
loss of Sfi23 points yesterday. The early eailes
reported an advance of 4 points, with a further
advance ef f points and a fln-et a-Trnnce of M-jV
.-Hd. Our market was not dlirosed to follow,
Jmt was forced to do so. The advance, brouj-ht
ln shorts who hive lately been selling oa th
unsatisfactory cotton goods outlook. The. far
ther news from Texas reganling the eUraaga dona
by the late csxlona was contradictory, but tha
average, however, was no -versa than yester
dav. Hut tbo bull fever was still on and shorts
had to cover, w hether they would or not. There
vas hoavy buying for Southern. "Wall street and
foreign account, with th leadership still main
tained at IJrerpooI. which cabled that Netll
was about to lyua a strong circular. Our mar
ket, after openfhg st an advance of lfr rlnts.
further advsneed SotJS5 points. Jan. telling up
to 9.3.'. after at one time having sold at
9.r.2c. The range on Sept. was from 10.12c to
l'.4.ic. and on Oct. from 9.92o to 10.2te. Tha
market was upon & strictly speculative basis m
the afternoon, verv acttve and Irregular and,
closed strong at an advance of 23347 point, net.
I . otton Snot closed quiet at ,e advance; mid
dling uplands lDUc; do. Oulf lie. Sales 671
bales. Cotton futures closed strong: Oct. 10 2Re
Sept in 3Sc; .s-ov. lO.nr-c: Dec .94c; Jan. 9.91c:
I eb. 9 94c; Ilarch 9 95c; April 9.94o; ilar 9 34"
June 3.s:c; Jujv .. '.'"- '"-
. t 9I,v,I;,- s'fv, li Cotton firm; snle,
1.!") bal's: ordinary 9 9-lc; gil ordinary J.c
low mlil-lllnir l).c: middling lie; good mlddiln-r
ll"c. mi.ldl.rg f xlr ll-ic; reselpts -.osfl bales
stock 2151 Mies. eTtvtton futures steady: Sept!
1-- i-st iv .... .-s- e.wti.. re; .MtT. J.NiJrS Se"
V.- 2-Tji.21.-, J""- -S9fle: Feb. s.nfi ;.:
Jblirvh 9.S2S9.52c: April .iCg-).84c: May 3.$2I
IJverp-tol. Sept. 12L Cotton: Fret Small busi
ness; prices lower: American mld-2ing falr7 7-ld:
good r-ilddilec 7 3-101: middling 7"-d. low mid
tiling 7d. good ordinan' C 19-22.1; ordinary ft S-J2d
Tile sales cf the day wero 7.000. of which SW
were for speculation and export, and aci-jdil
3.$t bales American Receipts. 1.009 bales. Includ
ing 900 biles American. Futures opened steady
and cloe.l steadv ; Amejlc-en mldtlllng I m. c :
Sept. 7 11-fJ.l v.- Sept.-Oct. 7 10-S4S-; 11-SH K:
Oct -Nov. 6 43-e!4qr. 44-4d b : sfov-.-Dec. 5 31-'IS
i 32fad h.: Dee -Jan. 3 2C-C4f!5 27-4d K: lb.
H. 21 C4 1 : Feb.-llarch f. a-tM'jr. 22-feM b : ilarrh-
arni is-ta h ; Apni-itar ir-64d s : 3lay-Jnn
13-Ci&f. 16-nid s.: Jote-July 5 11-64.1 st; July- A
Jg. S 12-WJ b. f "
1. teeiet. itetHa
IIIiIpm nnil T.e-ntlier.
New Tork. c-cpt 12. Hides firm: leather fir-a.
X'tr York. St-pt 12. I'etroleum etulet.
Oil City. I'a . t-ept 12. Credit halan.-e, L2S;
no bids for certificates shipments 91S!i": for tha
month to date corrected. 1.0.74; average 9s
25o. Runs Itc54s: for the month la date, cor
rected. le.4 S2. aven-re f7,71l.
Tiirpenlliie ami Itetsln.
New Tork. Sett. 12. Tun-entlna firm. Sf-21v;e:
LITTLE ROCK'S GREAT GROWTH.
Ark.'iiisiis ;iTtit:il Tuercasptl in
INipttlution JS.0."; 1'cr Cent.
Washington, Sept. 12. .The Ce-npus Iurr.i'a
to-einy mitle juiblJc tho populutlo:: of cities
Clt'es. an. 15 rerrt.
Little Rock. Ark 2S.307 23.S7I 4 03
Fall River. JutM! 74.294 40.37
e anttlen. N. .1 73.935 es.313 : 21
Cee'ar Il.tpldf. la 2i,iS le.)2V 42.51
BLESSED RAINS IN INDIA.
Viceroy Curzon lii-ports Good Pros
jiects for Crops.
London. Sept. 12. Ilaron Curzon of Ked
sllpston. Viceroy of India, has cabled tho
Intlia Office that good rains have fallen ln
Madras abel Central Bengal ami on the Gan
getlc Plain, relieving all present anxiety re
garrlins the autumn crops in those territo
ries. The total number now receiving famine
relief has fallen to 4JII.0CO.
IVciliIcsl nt AVIlmot.
Wlltnot. Ark. Sept. 12. w. T. Cone and
Miss l.eonaA'.ootcn were married to-day.
tho.IJcvcrecd J. 11. Cason oKlclatlin-.