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THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1900.
AND HIGHER CLOSING.
CHANGE FOR TIIE BETTER IN
!A' Stronger Undertone Was Devel
oped Early, Wliicli Was Fol
lowed bv'im All-Round Gain.
Tuesday. Oct 16. IM.
T.ifro vr-- a well-marked chance of front
In tho speculative Rraln situation .it this
polt.t to-day. the weakness nnd depression
thai have for so long a tlmo hecn a lead
ins feature of the different markets, and
more particularly wheat, being succeeded
by i. much stronger undertone, nnd a much
lrap-oved fcellm? all round. ''rices moved
up j-retiy considerably during tho day. and
wen i noticeably well maintained to the
close, which was strorjr. but rather Inclined
to te quiet at the very oneourasins ad
vance in values Traders were cautious, and
tho icalings throughout tho day wero not
what could be called heavy at any time,
and the bulk of the dny's pit operations
wera mainly on professional account, but
little outsida interest belns dlsplaed. Theru
was a fair distribution of the strerslh
shown, but it was chielly concentrated la
wheat, which exhibited the most life and.
naturally l.ciiif- the leadlnjr spcculatHe
Train, pained most in price. thouRh corn
was i closo second In this respect, whllo
oats, as usual, brought up the rear and
attracted but siisht attention from oper
ators. Tho speculative wheat situation to-day
was ii marked contrast to yesterday. There
was i complete reversal of form in tho
local market, for. whereas, the opening es
terda;' was at the top and tho close at
the Lottont. it was exactly the opposite
to-daj. the market opening at the bottom
nnd c osing near the top prices for the cl.iv.
There vero a number of influences of a
bullish nature on hand tills morning, but
the ones responsible lor the good start
made were the cables, which were, favora
ble to the long tide. Liverpool, after open
ing ?6C lower, reactid -d almost Immediate
ly mrkirig the actuil decline for tho day
onij -,c!. as compared with the 1o--r of oer
lc es erday on this side. London reported
cargoes llrmer. with les offering on pas
sage. Another bullish influence was the
rather small receipts in the Northwest, the
arrival-, to-day being US: tars, against i3J
last T-iesdaj and 7oJ a "ear nf.o, besides
v. inch there were indications lor unset-tlc-d
w father in that section Winter wheat
lect-ipt) lield up well, but the-re were no
indications of an carK increase, and. In
fact, the arrivals to-day were somewhat
Muallei than those of last week St. Louis
arrival.) amounted to c'.7iJ bu . against 79,
ttw bu Jist week and :i.tJ bu. one ear ago.
Tim shipments from Western markets were
well ur, to the receipts. 'Here was no great
pressure to sell this morning, and the liuj
ing was also dent, but the opening was
1-iw; belter for lAc .-t T"r8c. and that op
lien soon sold at T3';5i3.e. May selling -ic
Iii-lier at TI-c. Continental cables were
disappointing, they reporting general de
ciit es i.liroail, l'aris and Berlin closing -c
lower ior the dav. Jluda-1-esth -Sic off and
Artvver l'c. Liverpool reported Argentine
wbeat l'-d lower, but the close of tint mar
ket showed a loss of only Ud for the day.
The clearances from this side of Hour
and wheat were liberal at UM.l) bu . of
wlich almost 73 per cent was in Hour.
Minneapolis reported that mills were re
suming, and the demand for flour had very
int-ch improved. The-se favorable Items
caused shorts to feel uneasy, and they
started buliig freely. There was also good
bujing for long account on the belief that
the mar let had touched bottom, and a good
reaction was due. On the strength of this
Dec sold up to 7Zc. and for iiay 7I3?r
"sc was bid. A bearish report wa e-xpected
from Hrndstreet's. and that authority slat
id that the Increase in the world's visible,
was 4,27J.O"0 bu . which was less than the
Increase of G,G,X bu. a jear ago Tho
increase east of the Rockies was near
ly loi.oM bu. more than the ollicial isl
bic. On this the market declined to T3'tfi
s,c for Dec. sellers, and Mny brousht 77'tc.
There was a rally from this lato to 72-c
and ..., respectively. There was nothing
in th cash situation or tho late news to
help flio market any. and It eased off tlight
iy. closing nominally Vc up for Oct. at
"-4c. H&sc higher lor bee at 73?8c
buers and tkGVzc better at TTfe'-i-ftc sellers
for the May option.
In sympathy with wheat, there isas a bet
ter tone to corn this morning and somo lit
tle lmproiement In values was to be noted.
There wis no material increase in specu
lative oi-erations at this point, however,
and most of tho time the market was quiet
and rather uninteresting. Weather condi
tions were unsettled, with heavy rains re
ported lr. Texas, which wero coming this
way. Chicago advised of a deal being
worked In Oct. corn, which would be car
ried Into Nov.. and that a good export
demand -'listed there. Tho Western mar
ket receipts were reported at 793.000 bu,
against 29.000 bu. one jear ago. In which
were Included 100.100 bu. locally, against
5UM0 bu. last jear. The shipments wero
632.000 bu., and the export clearings from
the reabenrd 503.000 bu. According to Brad
street's figures there was an Increase In
the available last week or 2.CH1.000 bu.,
where tin regular visible Increased 2.772.000
bu . Indicating 731,000 bu. decrease at out
side points. The opening for Dec. was at
'j'rflic advance at 344c. nnd for May 330.
was bid. A favorable Influence was in the
fact that Liverpool, after opening Ud lower,
reacted and recovered that loss. Tl-e rally
in wheat also had a good effect, but there
was but slight Improvement in values lo
cally. Dec. sold at 31Hc. and May KsC,
but at the close the former was only HW
-c better for the day at 3tc sales, and
May closed o higher at 35Ho sellers. Oct.
was nominally SSUc. and year jic better at
The arrivals of oats at Western markets
to-day weje reported at CS3.000 bu., against
6S2.000 bu. a ear ago, St. Louis receiving
SS.4W bu., against 67,200 bu. The shipments
w ere 172,0)0 lu., and exports 64,000 bu. Brad-
street's available was Increased SSb.000 bu.,
where ths regular visible Increased 21S.O00
bu. The future market was a littlo bit
firmer, but there was nothing doing of con
sequence. May selling at 24'ic Dec closing
at 224c bid, and Oct. nominally He higher
On tho Curb Wheat weak. Dec sold Ho
lower at 3io puts, 73o to 72T4c; calls 7350
,o to 73540.
In ttelr letter oj October 4 to J. H. Teasd-ls
ft Co., P. Lenders & Co. of London sr"'"1
themselves as friendly toward wheat, although
ltcisla and Rtttimanla selling before winter seta
In and natlcnUon cloes may produce a tempo
rary selbauK Iq prices. They report speculative
sellers of La. I'lata wheat, Ib.-March chlpmnt,
at about 2a under prompt aluea. Also that their
.daaks and warehouses are pretty full of vheau
but still irors with Itorth Ituolan oats. Latter
has prevented any Improvement in their oat mar
ket, thouxli America offering sparingly. A fair
coceumptlvs demand both for near and dltnnt
corn Is reported, the distant options attracting
particular attention on the Continent, la the
United Kingdom buyers not Inclined to take
Jan.-Feb. and onward f reeir. bellee Ins, prices
will bo loner with the new crxT moving
Canadian mills are reported as Importing
fiom ths United States, owlnc to the shortage
of the wheat crop this year In Manitoba.
Grifath. Williams & Co. of Liverpool. In the'r
latest to Dickson Cunalneham. state that the
recent advuios has put a rood deal of foreign
wheat in notion, meet of which went to Mediter
ranean countries. Odefrea was thf moat pressing
seller, but offerings apparently had fallen cJT.
as there liad been a severe decline In eecan
freights, while oxter this month Ice will leln
to Interfere, with shipments, ltaln was tadly
rieeded In Russia for tt-e neit crop. Austria.
Hungary and Germany alo neded rain, uhlch
hat1 ,.illn In France, where an improvement in
mj'rt. Of sales by India of new crop Calcut
tas they soy: "Hut these are purely tear sales,
ss tfco cror- Is hardly In the ground, and when It
Is reapod there will be some big gaps to fill after
The Argentine Interests of Hungary are en
deavoring to have ths Import duty of 3)a on
Broomhall. wider date of October i, said
that the havy purchases of grain by the Med
iterranean countries was the most Important
feature la the recent foreign trade. KuElan
sMpments jontlmied liberal, with the malie crop
turning out better than expected. Weather con
ditions were favorable there, and fall seeding
was processing favorably. Roumanian advices
vers of a disappointing character regarding the
thrashing icturns, and tho weather had mot been
A private Liverpool cable states that a di
rest Roear.o cable reports a slight Improvement
In ths Arfientlne crop.
Prlroar;' receipts to-day, 1 0SL009 bu., against
9M.C00 bu. last Tuesday. L122.0W bu one jear
ego and 16W.090 bu. two jeara ago. Shipments
were 8S4.M) bu.
Cash Groin, Flour, Ef.
WHEAT Cash market Received. S.106 sks. and
72 cars local and 2 cars through. A better outside
demand rcr shipment to Illinois and Indiana
mills, but .jlty millers are purchasing lightly and
the marke; dragged In everything save choice.
The outsld s mills took No. S and 3 red and hard
winter alone. Large proportion carried over, llv
sample and switched. No. Z red sold E. trk. at
"te ;o 7ir. later for a few cars extra choice,
but offered this side at 7Ji-c and millers refus
ing to par over 72c: No. 2 red 71c to 72'4c, latter
i:. side: Ko. 4 winter S3?Vv; loner grades IS'ii
sT'Vc: So I hard at O'ic for p-cr to 0o, mainly
ooice, TOVc; No. 3 B3SVjc: "vellow lclly" at
Tlc for 'o. 2. and 70c for No. 3. Skd. In ele
atcTKo. 2 red 7SHo: No 1 red 71o: No. 4 6Sc
CORN Cash market Received. M cars local
and 4; cars through. Old held firmly, but a very
limited demand Kr it. as new so much lower.
-a!es en ttk, switched, at 1-5i40c fir old Nu.
.5c fur No. 3. 4)o for No. 2 jellow and 4iv
for No. 2 white, but only a few cars tauten. New
N. 3 sold at 37c
"iiis-vash mnrket-Itecelvee. Clears local dnt
;: No. 2 at 2lj2;,ic. and No. 4 at k, Utur
KliIionw: a car No. 2 telling delivered B.
rI;V!-?t "ii'O'iC. and rholce at Wc.
wiui.- .o mango 111 price can 1 note.1. not-
WitllM.lTlillrif ihu r...n, I.Vj Jnnlina in nhriil
but th latter h.is had a moat unfivorable fft-et
lijon busings in rretrictlUK' purcltases vvlierv It
l.a rot altrelher ttOil oil Luverj Bvtn lueril
"inter uouishavv suflered In this resp-ct. thoush
nilllerH are jtui f.,1 fo ,3r ahesul they
will not reduce prie D.nre-tlc trade li
xiicni and the rrders are for p-nall lot. Tli l-ot
umand Is lor liard winter s it is from at road,
Isit as Is the cast In de.mtic line exirt Rilti.
when mad are In rmall lots. On- irlller tv-wn-s
a .triirtns ilro .f e-ablcs. wlUi l'ttle bul
1 e resulting. Acother saj s cabl bids redtusil
is ti.1. wh.re the dtvlm hrr only atKui 44d
Late In th- daj a irjller reponeM s-.k1 sale t.i
Antwerp. Amsterdam and ottier e-ontlnentai mar-kef-
e.'uotations i toft winter wheat flour ar'
a-s follows: Tatents 3 OtTJ-Tj; ttralghls 14-if
3.-. .xtr-i finc S3.3JZ.i. clear f;.,j.i;.lo. low
and me lium. 2 30i2 . Harrt winter In luto !.
I;?!5,5',.i Jor lak,"rs, ftwu for ttrnlghfs an 1
3 2i"ir.ia f,.- patents.
, ",L I IiOClt Jot.t.lrg at $3 In sks. and J3.K
centN- MI?AI ?13
pearl meal, grits and
hornlnv I- XI
5 1 lLl.H:i:n-stesdv- lnn In nml wltn
tli'- ef 6k In liri.-e md 7(V- In small sk 1 tr
refirscU, ns city niiilerM se:nrg dtroct tor mvr
more- Jut W.nttrn hanl winter ol!.-Td at C
ti -..me In. Mlxe.t rel qutitalle at 7PT723 ami
f h i. .n ?5o. At mil bran Jits at TOiiTZo and
pnip at w
.J'A -Received l.W ton' local anl TJ tins
through, shllied Tta ton It wis n bitter mar
ket to-day, fur while cfTerlngs re liberal, there
"" an mil roved demand Ixal fee.lrs ns-d
Jhliners were after tuppbes nnd tvugiit right
fiee-.j- Onlj low Bnide- showed anv dullness
ii '?." '-rk rang.-: Tlmothv-Jlj fo- chu'iv:
tlL.'O.flii) for No. 1; $-.5 ynr.) f.r c0 ; jvjt
1 for No 3 I'nlrle li for eholc- 11j9M f,.r
y'.'1'i '" tor S"' ;' S't'6-"" fr No. 3. Clover
ST!:1V Wr-eit on trk. J4 23; rve JS.
.ItA.- F.KKDs- t-lover ;,i? 70: tlmo'hy J3.73T
J.TT1' r"' !o: -. tcT charr t0 for fancy.
Otl er fee.ln t. .mlnal
CASTOR IIIIAXS Hid Jl 25 per t-u. for prims
In car lot
J.',,0U',.!:P:d-': " I" " 11S. pure bss.
mirket !"en' l !t "2 an'1 lmn ln
I.I.I Nothlrg new- to note an! market en
tirely nnmlna at alKut I4 2S
M'KI.TKK Kirm at Jtw. at whl-h latent sal
Prices oil Clianse.
Ths following tsl.Ie nhow the ra"i;e of rrlcs
ln futures and cath grain:
. ..71 n
... 3!4 n
1 : V
72' 4 n
1 2V. n
4 1 i7
42 it .
Com Oct ..
Cash wheat, com and oats rannci
3 . ..-:lli..n
3 r -
No. 2 white.. ...32 sfJ2i
No. 3 white 32 tf
OstswNo. . ... 2.11-4
Kl ss 1 . A
- "i:"- rf'J
White ...231,023 -3i,,2iJ: 21 ii. ..
Jloveraent of Crnln.
T heat. e rn.
CalveEton . .
ro vi ii n-13
..... 4 .ti
... 37 73)
Uft 101.IV) k -j
31f.) Z.1M H-;2-)
Mucks of tinil
To-dav. Yes'div. I.it Tr.
.6.317.SIS 3.3r.4l 2 47S.C1J
No. 2 led
No. 2 hanl ..........
No. 2 corn
No 2 white corn
So. 2 oats
074 4 07S
12 "2 11.471
4 '4 lis
2 J 27
2C C." 2S7 Z
5.112 2 413
-o. 2 rj e
iiiipruenTs e Klonr
St. Iiuls 1I.44-) bb!.; Ciicago 22.313 bM lie.
'ni1. T.Y;- -J'lwauk K.13 bbls.: MinnS.
l,.4,i?f .bbK: r".'"' ork c-c's M,s. and 23.119
"b': 'h'raore 14 323 bUs.. lTIIadelpbln 20 .
sks.: Iioston 1.579 tbls. and 21.s ski. New Or
leans 1M bbls. and ' sks.
Local Fruit, Vegetable, Poultry,
Egg and Butter Quotations'
St. Irol. Tuesday, Oct. in 130).
The produce markets wero o.uit tolay. bat
prices were gererally steady and unchanged! Re
ceipts as a rulo were fairly heavy, but the de
mand was slow, and both shippers and local buy
ers were Inclined to hold off.
Potatoes were plentiful and slow. Receipts of
cholc Northern stoik were light, but ther wns
Mme common and inferior sto-k- offered, and this
was slow of tale Receipts of home-grown pota
toes were liberal, and offerings werl arrple for
the demand. 1'rlces wer. unchanged. Receipts br
"XK.wcre moderate, and the demand fair
Cabbage was In fair demand, and the market
TO7 "'y- Offerings wers moderate In amount,
and there was a fair demand. w
Onions were dull and unchanged. Offerings were
literal, but the demand, which was light, was
limited to choice, smooth, sound stock.
romatoes were dull and unchanged, with both
the demand and otferlngs light.
Rutabagas were weak and lower, as the de
mand was extreme!) slow.
eaullilower was nrce and firm.
sweet potatoes were dull and plentiful
-,ii2ery.'." '? tMr demand and other vegetables
were quiet and eteady. "
Apples wero dull and weak, as most of the
offerings wens or common or Inferior au&Iitv
and nothing but choice fruit was waited?"-?;
wsia a k,1 demand for choice, sound well.
l'eaches m dull and unchanged, as theTsea:
rJ" frSn'1 "i"5' a "ml,fd amount was ; of
fered. The demand was also light.
7,'fa? Jer ?ullr.ana. r"ntlful. with the ex
ception of choice Rartletts. which were seuS
In good demand and Ilrm. scarce,
price Wer dU" and f,;nUfuI t unchanged
Crab apples wers dall and slow.
Orapes were weak, as offerings wers heav-r
cords. 3tma"d WM ". especially fo?col-
prpS!53 T"n lalet a,,'1 "t,fa,5r at "changed
Lemons wero dull and slow, with offerlrgs mod.
erat and demand ltght. o-enrgs mod-
California fruits wre llrm and in good demand.
"- ..ji Hrts uuii ana wean, young chick
het;ehl.,"'at,ru, arrt lorer- neclptsCwe?-
th.re was only a limited local demand. Old
t-Srj w?r'Jal!0 wullc anJ ''r. as offerings
siitS1 ,?.dnnd. Receipts ot'turkejs wera
fS'V5 ana .th- market was dall and lower,
imcks were ln fair demand at unchanged rrlce
wanted0 TVer dU" n1 rlackwl SeeM were riot
ejame" was quiet and steady. Receipts wers
Ilcht and cf fair quality, while the demand was
V'.,l. ..i.A ..t M w. .
. . . r' .uu" "" sier. iveceipts moder
ate, but the demand was plow.
..w. hjj uuii una uragg-.ng. ungnt wools
were ralable at steady prices, but everything
elce was neglected.
mum erc una ae yesteraays aavancs. Re
ceipts wers light and alt offerings met with
ready sale at snod nrlrea-
The market was. again quiet, but steady to-
u e unvouig-u prices, iteceipts were heavier
and shipments wero light, but ties locnl demand
3iolce, fresh receipts sold at 14Ho & dox, Ios
off. but Inferior stocks sold for less.
Receipts at St. Louis to-day were 2.CW cases
and shipments were S42 cacs.
juii5j- inns was a oener reeling in creamery
butter and creamery extra was huher and there
was a fair demand for ever) thing except the
iiiiuiu auu ,u., h.nuctS nintu ..fto OU11 tU.
wak wuotatlona Creamery Hxtra 22c: fir-ts
l'iiTak:: seconds ISc Dairy Kxtra ISc; ilrsts 17c:
grease 4?4iic Counto Store-packed UVtc for
good to S6IO0 for poor. Ijidle-packeJ Extra ICo:
1-hf.c. Onnfef TTTln tief rlnpUa 113.I-. TT
A. 12e4c: New York 12c "Llmberger uillo;
iswiss ULiic, brick lltjlf'sC. Foregoing are job-
MIsojrt i Illinois
Med. combing. .23
Med. clothlng..l9 tt'.J'j
Ilrtld and low.lS Cls'j
l!urr- u dear
mixed 17 31
Sllchtlv burry.li Cl.H
Raid burry ..HViais
Light fine ....IS il7
Heavy tine ....13 G14
Ijirril) IS uls
Wisconsin & Iowa
lirald & doth-
trg is gmi
CuHilvalirk 1C t. 1
Heavy fine -...U SIS
Tex.. I. T. & Ok.
Medium IS tfiSt,
e-oaxse low.. 13 (J IS
nn medlum..l4 UK
Light tine ....H 4J13
Heavy fine ....1; Q12
Dakota & Western
Rrlght med....is Jjl'i'i
Dark mltum..l4 UIS
Ilnn medium.. U ul6
Light nne ....14 15
Heavy Cns ....12 all
Arkartas & South.
Med. (fleeced). .15 !St4
vied. (looMt IS tJlSS
i IS tJlSVj
line medium.. 13
No. I 23
No. 2 23
Kansas & Nebraska
ark & and. 14 ml
Fine medium..lt WISH
Light line ....13 H14
Angora goat nair
nean .e. clenr..isg3
Burry & clt-
ted 19 OH
Black and seedy from 4c to Co per lb. lessv
HIDES When sold round: Green-salted 7H;
Dry fl'nt, 15c: Texas li'ic; dry-salted 124c Un.
cured lc less than cured: Dart cure.1 ve less.
When sold 03 selection: elreen-sait No. 1 te: No.-
Nfe 1 lie: No. 14c; bull lie
Drv eull and clue e.
Dry-salted No, 1 13c; No.
J Z 12C.
I'onltrv. Came nnd Vcnln.
LIVE roULTRY Av erage receipts: Young
turkej-s 7'io: old 7c. Chlcke-s-Hens 64c; rid
reenters 3v-c. Durk 7c. IJe p'eeon srd squabs
CC!l75c rs-r dor. Geese 6c. Spring chickens quot
ed at ,,ic ler lb.
I elAMD We quote selected, sweet stock only:
Ducks, per do: Mallards 3 SO: .red heads S3.&:
oiee-wing teat ;; green-wing teal $i.j; roixeo.
Jl SO. Wild gees-, each. S3S4jc: lack snipe J1.50;
plovsr J1.25: wooduoclr. large. 7.S0; deer car-
n-v . . . Iu"t "ar. llor.Hy.
vTiat No. 2 red7i!.fi?ll 73 tj74
No. 3 red . .. e-j ,to 71 u'1
No. , wirter . C t.ie C7 tV-Ji1?
No. 2 hard ....t7 tieM, 7--lr71
N. 3 hard .....X! J&; ClV,7)
Corn-No 2 sj rf .. 2nui)
carses. per lb., iZc; venison saddles 22'4c: rab
bits, per doz.. J2.M; Jaek rabbits S3, xiulrrel,
joung, :vc; tiuln:, old l0c
i ReC IXVjd o quote at 22c per do:, for
t mall to Vha: tor medium, and $1 for lar,e.
UAliJ Choice small lat 11W to 17j lbs.) at
."jC per lb . htav do. 44 n i;o His ) at La
l.r lb., heretics. roLkh anl thin, at 3e-c. bh rp
111..I ve.irllig dull ut 34itc. thin ws anl
lUek.s at 2'-Silc per lb. raring l.inlbs Lvv s
u 40 to 4',c ir lb. for choke, lu to ti loi-; back
1'rulta lend Vcki-IuIiIcs.
Al'l'LLf I.n Davis range? In price frcm 73e$f
It ur dauuige.1 aud poor to 11 rj fir fair anl
lLtj4jl.4 for eholt.o to funci , other strn
lar.eues at riom 1 to J2. Lasteru at from !.
Vl. tor Kinniiigs to -23u2.4. tur fancy ku,.
lulled V allelic .u l.vru2.
OltAI'L Choicw eencorU' at 12c. Niagaras
selling eiuletly at ltclic tor t lb. anl sc for
1-oni- basaeis. Dtlavtures higher at l.!"17c ler
lKJI.l ltskets: Mlslllia Setdllllii tell at 2o per
I'LAenl-s Home-grown at Tic.
fi:.ns yeioti. Kifer at Jl .-J to $2 per bbl ;
Sheldon ana iluehess at sltrfwl.?. Ior No 2. an.l
UilZ.t for No. 1. Bulk Klfer eeliing at Si i
ler ltd iiita'mre. Neuj-bi Kefcr at 2l.wc ier
eLINCLs, Hunie-gnnvn at 72c p-r bu.. loose.
Consigned lots ;vevv Vork ut iia-- Per obi. for
No. 1 an i $1 m for No. i.
CKAll Al I'LLs v quuto choice Hjslop at
4lj m -Oc iter bu. basket.
CALUVRNIA 1 RUl'lS ejuote: IVnrs Scckel
at II 2-ul 3j per S lox. and other varlttles at 12
e-2 ir v-Io. pox. Tokay and Cornlthcn grar-es
at 11 4ij1.j0 xr 20-b. elate, ltah Italian j runes
i.n lad order) cold at -00 to 7tv r 21-ID box.
t.UANeli e)Lote. iel.-ir. iniat.idor brand)
at ; ler b.,x eii trk and at J ln a Jobblrg
v.ay from store, off stock les; tile. 1 car Mex-le-iii
tin bad ordcrj at J2.4') ir l on trk.
I.b,JKN.- Quote: Messina at J3 S-'n for 369
s.e 1 and at Jiioui tor 3ev size. California at
x;ij2.to nerr Imx.
UltAKK JfRL'IT Quote: Jamaica, JJ to
H'.NANAS-eJjote at tl 3I.73 per bunch, on
I'lMZWrLUtJ-Quoto Cuban at J1.S0 per d 02.
CCHOVNUTc Quot.ille at 537 per Uvs-In
a em ill wjv at S3 per I'M.
I: VNltKRItlKs in fair demand Ooc-I to
clolce at Si TSti. pr bbl inferior less.
l''A',.-ejuoie ch.iit Northern In bulk on
trk Uurbink nt j6m2"c. rural at 37fi.lv. isorIy
eul'ed ,inl Infetior hck l.ss llome-grown m ty
strng. "elling i.mh irom taliiiers wagons .it
;",''. isr u. fanc bluff stock, bringing more.
nitiit b rxiats from nar-t lower river
Issrti selling at 2r.ti3ic Lu
UNION:- I'tiiite the r mge at from zic fcr i.ior
t"..": S'S ..",ce r'J K' '". vvhlte nt iT.Jwc.
lII.VL-Oilnte sjund Vraut sto. k .it J7'iC
. r). gieen .1 mestlc at JSJ9 S- and llollmid -eed
at lnW R.tI cabUigo dud and nominal at Slujf
1.. Jr ton.
lelMATtirS Home-grown quotsble at 23'iSej
pr Mi 1 se for fair tv choice, orders rliarged
Kl.lIItV ejucte choice to fan.-j white plume
nt 2i.)3jc ir .lit . snail to midijm at 102c
be.itt 1 .ma ilauiig.,i 1. iluftc:oii ejiis 11
taiiiing -4'-n, iii.) .it fV'ni ir -a-e evbry
iimtH qu t ihle at 2-42V p. r .loz.
;:'.,;l.'. '"'AN.- n-leiiesl los dull at 2t)e
Ir bill bu liask' for fiat vwax Iloi.ie-gruvvn
leitlng ut .lfi7i- ir lu. Iooe.
' kt LiriJiVV KU Ouote llicnlgan it J2 per dm.
e I I'l'MIlhl: Home-grown sc.l ng at .'i;c
lvr hu loose
111 Ti:l.'S tjuitable In bulk at 2A.- per Lu.
dl. em or.er at 125 per tbl
HO!tsi:i:.M)isu-juute l.ome-fTown at S4 per
bll in iti 1 ri
sm,t s-lling 1: tide Mfdium at Jl M gran
ulilid jt 51 per l.bl. Worth lc rer tbl. more this
e elTTO.Nf'CKn OH-Summer jellow 2Sc white
. winter elsw 43o ami wn.te 44c
s-VVi:KT 1 oTAToLS Home-grown Rermuda
sell at ji-ie an I nar.-emond at Za't'Xc per bu.
Ioom- nrd at Jl 7; i er bbl. for liermuJj, an I
j: 2 fr nans riot it. in or ler.
eAHUOls Noitrern oull at CSc rer ISO lbs.
bull, on on! r. JIM p,r tbl
:i MltO- ll..u.e trovvn selling at ?3c to Jl per
Ii.tlt-tn la ket
ItUim ell at JI.25 per IbL en orders.
n RNII'S eiuoto home-grown at 1 2. per bbb
SXrKItKItAin- Quote bbls. at 52.23; half bb's
at 51 23 tf incy hand-miae &; niore). small orders
ehnrgiil I isher.
sl'lNAe'll Home-grown selling at So per bu.
KALI: Home-grown selling at 23c ir bu.
l.LrTUC"&-Home-grown eblrg at 40c per bu.
Tie itUNG ONION: Quote home-grown white
at ej ir tulf bu bi-ket.
4IAKIJC uuriijiie at 4 1 : ir lb
M'ANlbil O.MONs Quotabm at Jl 4081 SO per
I'ork s:etdy: lnl lower.
1'ork New standard lobbing f. o. b. JH CO.
Lire! Choice steam 1. ride Jtl.73.
tjn.n Hams, Etc. Held In car lots. f. o.
b.. Last faido: Hams On basis 77c for Id-lbs.
and sVc for I4-lbs. New Vork shoulder at .'.
Irom the block, del.. Run-of-houso hams at
7',!!-c. bellies at S'4jl0tjC, as ln avenue
D S. Meats !ixd. lots: Kxtra erort, 7TsC:
c'rlb-. Sc, clear tides, sc; LiellleSf sVt'iijc. as
In average. ; lates, 7c. Dealers charge higher
on small orders.
Uacon Hxii. s. c. meats ln a Jobbing wny:
Rreakfast bacon, lie for heavy to 14o for fancy
light: hams. lO'.rll'c. iiIlfrola, 7i1iii-,
as ln average: Sevr lork shoulders. 7c ria n
s.rrkcd bxd meats: Lstrn short. 3c; c'rlb.
io: clear slues lOSc. lollies &L.iiic. as in
average: plates 7vic. dealers chatsu hljlicr on
Country Lard CUtHc, according to quaLty and
Country Ilacon fair average price, unlforrrlv
cut and T'ell smvke.:: shoulders at 5iltc. sides
Cfi7c; hams at 7ii9c: rro&t of the lato irregularly
cut and pocrly handled, theso selling on treir
Tallow Country No. 1 c; No. 2 4ff4Hc:
packen" choice &ec.
t;reaie Quote: ilrown 3c; veiinw 3'5c: white
3c; packers entice white 4'SSc: vello 4ii
Iltef On orders: Rbld. Mes 19 73. TAiltin
Msrktt JU. torques at Ji per doz.; dried ai 1S5
HIOinVLNTs'-stlllng op a lals of 51.27.
f- RAP IRON AND MIITAL-Iron -Wrought
4V i-r 1 It. . heavy cast sic. steel ard mntte
al le .V :md 3'V, slo.epij 2iV. burred 13c llri-es
IJght Ji. heivy J10S. Copper 511. Lead J3 3J.
Zinc J3 73. l'evet,.r 512.
liRlKI ntl'ITrt-We quo": Apples Evapo
rated rings at 3Mf 4c. nuirters st .mfi4c. chop
at Vc. evairated peeling at t-c. sun-liled
quarters at iiis'c. cin t s ana ieeitngs entirely
nnninal l'each.s Fancy evap rated unpeeied
halve nt 3c. un-t1rlsl at ZUZc.
IHtlKIl (IliEKV Pit VSE lobblnir from elnre a
Jl ZVll l. scotch at 51 20VL23. split J1.4)
uiiui lir.Asi elolce nan i-picKccl -a leans
n a .Ml lng wav from store nt 12:i2 iv ree-e.t
5.- per lb le. Western at Jl.Li), vveevlly less.
ima oean at tjc per id
IIOXi: C.jtnb at 10c to 12t finrv while
clover 14313c. Inferior, dark and broaen les.
j.xiracteii an l "trnired In LM. tiji'ic. In cans
'ilc is- 11. higher
CASTOR fill. In lot Cf iV) nil ie ntur f
12c ir 11. for No. 1 anl I0S,c forN'o. 3: smaller
Hi'nniui- ii- ii-i iu more.
CVori:iP-Tl ITS In car lot on trie: Rtave
Cettnnwond Hour III It 7KS7. Nn ' ini M-
half tld J30S en. beer keg Jl'fiir. irrt tc S-S-liork
bbl. JPi. HesdlPC. per set No. 1 Hour b! Is
d- mill run l7n-lnch stock for apple I bl at 3c-
No 2 do SViiric: lard tr. ICc- jirk bb's I2'.c
Shaved hnop Hour MI. JIT4.M for courier
Jt for HiKiier. half hhl-. J2 r.i. v11m1 iin .c
foot). 5. oak lard tcs . cswiper-shave-d, JCSS;
Ce(I,FRAtn We quote Iird tc- nt II 13:
porl: Mis. Sic: do half bbl. 73c; slack work
rounl hoop IKeir bbls 26c, flat hoop do. 33c hslt
Mils. 22c. meal bbls. 30c; pro-luce or apple bbls.
FEATHERS Quiet and unchinged. w quote:
L. tl. White 4c ln small and 4".- ln large sks :
gray 3i.e. whit old l'."s37c: X 2rf23c: x .t
22c. XXX lOJilJc. XXXX Cc. T.ire 3 r'r rent
for lam- to 14 per ent for smnll ks. Duck
whit 3."c ilai-k 2r.-S27c. Cbirken New- 4c.
fiirnnr rcMs-mn wool peits at wc to i.v
according to amount of wool on them: lamb at
234r3"c Southern 2TT sc; shearlings at 2oQ2.V Drv
sunk, fallen, etc., dfrac rer II.
UEr-'r.'lVA7;w,,5.l'."'.a,.:f'' f1 Ih- "" Prim"
DRER-SklN. ITTlt I'rlm- deerskins 23c per
ib-i,T",!-'. aLs-': ay?"V 12ic PT IU; goat 2j
to 20c eacli kid and dimaged ut
RtX)TS-Olneng rarges from ft 27 fir ery
smajl toppy. stemmv etc. to K 5i3.73 for good
nnd 14 for large, lady slipper nt 7c, ""enec-i nt
23c: pink at lie; golden seal nt 40c; May norle
at :S: snake 30c white rnnke at 2c; buttcn
snske 2c: black 5- Angelica Jifc: wnhoo-Nvri: of
rrwi . Sc: bsrk of t.-en 2;-. hlooi 2tc. bluerl-i,; s.:
skull-cap leaves 5c; sassafras bark 4e; wild gin
I.LVSITEn OIL Quabl- per gal.: Raw at CT;,
tiollifl at esc lc per gal ies In car let.
BROOM con .V-In only fair demand, and prices)
are easy. Quote the raniro now at from JyV p-r
ton for common to JSO for prlm: exceptionally
nice brush would bring more.
BONps Choice bleached at S per ton; other
kinds from ia to Ji3
R-sGS. -frrc.-rer 10) lbs.: Country rags at i
Old rope No. 1 and manila Jl.50; No. 2 Joe Rub-
Market Slow, With Fine F orris Scarce
New Tork. Oct. 16 Uve poultry receipts to
day were 04 cars Western. The Hebrews were
off the market observing th-lr holiday, and In
the absence of trade no business was effected.
Rxpeeted receipt, are light and holders firm In
their Ideas of :c on chickens, 10c en fowls and
6c rn old roosters, but stock was still in flist
bands at the close. Dres'ed poultry receipts to
day were i.is pkgs. Weather Is warm and
cloe. and with freo receipts and ft llbervl pro
portion of esterdays arrivals still unsold, the
market ruled low. with out!o.k discouraging. Tho
proportion of fowls Is light, but as nearly every
thing Is running poor, ave-age ts;jt drv-plcked
were hard to sell straight at over lac, but tins
heavy fowls -were scarce and salable at 15Hc
spring turtle) s rancy Tin -picked, meaty. Halle:
average 12c: average scalded lltjc: poor ami
framy Catc. Turkevs Old. average best hens
10c; toms S31Cc i?prlnc chickens Prime Wet
ern dry-picked SSSc; onlinary to medium 83
fie: prime to fancy scnlded 9e; ordinary 885Hc;
t2utbwetern. i,tro: row-1. w'etern dry-plckej
prime 1010Hc; scalded 10c: Fouthern and Soith
western pv: old cocks tatlic. Sjrtn-; ducks
ChlciiKo Ponltry Quotations.
,hIcaK? cct- ! Iced poultry dull; chickens
S5iS9o; turkejs S'i.
Batter, Cheese and Eggs.
New Tork. Oct. 1C Butter Receipts J.27
TAW, "teady: creamery 16y22c; June cream-ry
lo:lc: factory 13S1CC Cheee Receipts 7.M2
:? .mar,'.et Iltm: large white 10c: smsll
white lie: large colored 10T.C; small do lie.
1-gg IteceUts 12 632 pkgs.; firm: Western regu
lar packing at mark 16S lc; Western. loss off.
N el Tork. Oct. IS. The market for evaporated
apples was not particularly active, bJt held Quite
steady on light offerings tliroughout the day at
ruiiy sustained prices, btate common was quoted
from 4c to 3c: uriniA 4X.rfiil:e- hlo ;ici.
fancy 3V. California drl-if fruits were dull
but stcadr at ua-hanged rrlces; prunes S12c I
f-L ;"" .J-' to tlze and quallt). Apricots, royal j
lieilc: Moor Park 15Si(e. I'cacbes reeled 1C3
loc: unpeeied CCSc.
Mlnreapoll. Minn . Oct. 14 Flour Prices wr
not advanced to-day on the higher wheat mar
l.et. Bran steady. Inclined to dullness. Wheat
S?1- .,,bc:.r)r- 76V.4I76HC; May 7S',c On trk.
Jo. 1 hard TSTie; .No. i Northern TTHc; No. 2
IN GRAIN MARKETS.
WITEAT RIX'OVERED SLIGnT
IA' DURING TIIE DAY.
Corn and Oats Were Firm No
Trading in Oct nbor Tork, Though
Priru Was Lower at Close.
I'liicnco. Oct. K Wlirat recovered 'ic of
yrstonlij's tlocline. Corn ami rats were
Him. tluj former from 3c to H.o up. ami the
la:tr K.iincil "sTt'jC. Business In the specu
lative Kniin nnrkets w.is Kenerally Inactive.
In provisions there was no trailing ln Oct.
porl;, nltlionch the iirice at the clos was
luotctl nominally 1 lower, or $15 per bbl.
I-anl fur Oct. was exceptionally weak, Just
as Oct. ribs were the ilny before, ami it
looked as If tho leaders In the trade were
taking, through those commodities, a shot
at manipulators of Oct. pork.
Liverpool features did not respond ln full
to weakness of jisterday's Chicago wheat
iii.irket. and m en-itlve N speculative sen
timent lit re Hut, on sucli trivial (-rounds. a3
far as Rpnerally known at the time, opening
pr.ce .--Iiowcil from 'c to V recovery frotn
the ciosins fl-ures o! the day before.
There was iiothim; e le to account for the)
number of l,ue-rs willliiB to pay from Tie
to TP,c at the Mart for Nov. wheat, as
against sellers at 3,c as jesterday'H es
1 1 i i was limine to .1 close, and for from
Tl'ii- lo 7T lainK bid for Dec. as npaliisl
74f7ls,c yesterday afternoon. If the .ibovo
suggestion iih to the retson for the opcnliiff
adv. men Is deemed inMiilicient It was at
least the only ph.ie of the enrly mirket
liifiirni.itliui open to r-u.picion. Tho spot
wheat market at IJcriool could not bo
nceti'-ed. for while futures- w.rt- only from
Kd to VI down tiiere was '1 declini" In nil
winter wheat ami ltd decllie ln each of the
Xo. 1 Norlliern American fpriti'i and Argen
tine varieties.. Nor could the quotations from
l'.iris .mil Antwerp be suspected of con
tributing, to the mysterious ch.ine,-i; over
nlsht In the vlew.s of speculator, the for
iner noting a loss of e a bu. in value of
wheat fur tho current month's delivery, aid
the latter the much mure material decline
of 374 centimes, or the equivalent of l"e
Minneapolis reported the startinc up of
all tlie mills iti.it had been elostil anl a
much Improved iluuaiid for Hour. ht. Louis
wired thai the Victoria mills of that city
had sold sumu Hour to Antwerp, beliiR the
first In eii;lit en months to th tt place, mid
that bids from the L'nittd Kingdom wero
not only numerous, but at full prices.
Thcie havlm: such, information probably
boiiKht somu w,hc"U at the opening. Chlcaso
r tilted "ES carloads eif wheat. .Minneapo
lis OC Iteii-liits at tile two Iatt r a week
uko wr l.lirj. The total rectivid nt pri
mary Western markets was I,05t.( bu., as
.'iKaliist l.ll'j..Xr bu. the correspoiui.ns diy
of the jear lm-vlous. and tho Miipmenls
from the same were CS7.vnJ bu. to-dey and
OSl.u-a bu. last jear. Cleanmces from the
sealioard Wero tqual in wheat and Hour to
Ilradstreet's report of world's visible
made an lncreao for the week of 4.Wo("
bu.. compared with (..Cfi.t'O) bu. Increase the
ear previous, tome Inqiiin was n-portcd
fir wheat for shipment, anil netr the clo-e
."COi") bu were worked, principally bird
Kansas wheat Nov. wheat reached 74',o
Hear tile end of the session, and Dec. 7.1'sC.
Clo--inB prices wero 71V: bid. and 701. bid,
Corn opened firm and hlcher. and the
tiei lug strengtn was well maintained dur
ing the Inreiioon. The local receipts vveie
7io cars Liverpool was from Kd lower to
unclanseil for futures and Co.'U bu. were
shipped from Atlantic ports. Kstimated re
ceipts for to-morrow were 4.M cars. New
York reported the situation as it f ppeartd
there in the following message: "IVmnnd
for corn from tho L'nlted Kingdom im
provlni;, bils close to working bs'.s, but
Conlinent.il markets lielovv a purity."
ArKi'i.iltte corn in Liverpool was quoted
set lower. Th local sivculators had ap
parently somewhat oversold yesterdav. and
although somo loiifj corn was for s lie on
the enrly advance there wero more than
enough shorts for tho offerings. Oct. torn
did not hold the full extent of its opcnlns
strength; there IMPS somo felllnt- on the
advance cnu-ed a reaction nt one time to
about esterdi't cIoing ficures. It opened
at sic. soiu ior a second ut si"y iroppeu
to js4c and from thnt up again to 4Ki41lc,
nnd after another slip elown to 4(.c Nov.
sold from 375,a to 3itc nnd closeil nt tliat,
compared with CTizt'JT-v: yesterday,
Thi market was eiulet but very firm, the
small offerings being Inadequate to till the
number of buvlng orders from the outddc
which caused the strength. Local receipts
were 407 cars, with only estimated for
to-morrow. Shipment- hence were t'S.eiM bu.,
compared with SiVi bu. the jear previous.
Sesboard elearanres w-re C7.KO hu. U-c.
tats opened at "V. vvjld sparingly at IlVf
:i7c and from that up to S'm. The clolng
prices were 22tf22lSc. against IiTic jesterday.
Ilnnge- of I'ntnres.
Article. Open. High. Low. Cloo.
Wheat-Oct. .. 73', 71 721i 73-,
-Nov 74 S-MV, 74S 74 74s,
Oec. 74,a;s 73S 74; 73',
Ctorn Oct. 41 4IUj 4l 41'',
Nov. K?t-,-i - 3S Ss
i-c ii 3SJ, r;1. sijd),
NuV. 2I, 21', SP, 2l,
Oal-Oct 21,'a, 21Hfi'- 21'v 2U-4i ,
Iee. 21", 221, 21V1-, ',
X.iv. P.Jii 11 11 t7tj n.io
Jan 11 22Vj 11.T2H 11.22VJ 11.2714
Ivird-Oct 6 :, (,..2t, r,.; r..;3
Nov. C 2'i K t: fi.73 73
Jan e..'7'j CO fi.V. f..'.7'i
H. Rlhs-4t-... c :.') r. .-i .'
Nov. SSI 6J2V4 r-SJ fi.70
Jan. C.HI'J C I as cud
Heeclpts nuel blilpmrntsi.
Articles Rec, Snip.
llour. bbls ...... 1im 2-.ii-)
Wheat, hu. 222.no 73.IVV)
Com, t.n 33y 2r..i
O-its. .u IJI.'V) 3i(s1
Rye hu M 8.
Rarley. bu 2W.CeW 23.00
The market was Inactive and He lower for
futures. tpot rttd. tiullko futures, was
fairlv active: a car of choice No. :. on trk.,
sold nt 02'e; No. 2. f. o. b., 51c; choice No.
J. on trk.. nt Kl'ic: No. 3. to go to store, 43q
and No. 4. to go to store, 4'c. Receipts
Were 12 cars and shipments 7.715 bu. O'-t.
elo-ed at &? nominally and Dec. GUjC bid
and Kc askeJ.
IJarIv ruled easier and ln some instances
n tntle lower, especi illy In the lower grades,
because of the continuous heavy receipts,
which were 153 carp, and the moderate de
mand. Shipment were 33,813 bu. and ex
ports out of New York 4.8T0 bu. Malting
grades averaged VYn'tfc. with extra fancy
higher, and feed lot.s 3Cff39c.
Flaxseed, although 3c higher Into ln the)
forenoon, wns Inactive, with trading con
fined mainly to Oct. delivery. The feature
of tho market v.ns the good demand for
spot Ilax from cru-diers and shippers nnd in
consequence tho price of spot Jumped 3c
higher than -lestcnlaj'ft final figures. The
market closed Irregular: futures from 2c to
3c higher to lc lower for Nov. elelivery. Oct.
rested at JL73 asked. Nov. 1 1,7 bid. Dec
tl.O, No. 1 Northwestern tlnihcil at J1.7S bid
find Jl.TSyj asked, and No. 1 Southwestern
Receipts were 42 cars, against 39 the like
day a jear ago. Shipments amounted to
nothing. Minneapolis arrivals were 70 cars
and 4J Iat Jear. and Duluth's wero 117
ears nnd fill cars the same d ite a year ago.
Th- visible surply of tla:eeil In store
amounted to ! bu. of No. 1 Northwestern
and 3.492 bu. of No. 1, making a total of
4.0M bu., or a decrease of 5 bu. Tho North
west markets) were also strong, owing to
the good demand for spot flaxseed, and
closed with nn improvement of 2S3&C.
Timothy unci Clover Seeds.
There was no trading In futures of tim
othy seed, nnd very little In spot send.
Bamples wero quoted at J3 I3'il4 10 per cental
for common to good seed, and pocslbly high
er If choice. Th" receipts wero 73.7S lbs.
and shipments 140.40S lbs.
Closer seed was entirely unchanged and
very quiet. Thoro was) no business trans
acted in futures. Oct. was still reported
$Iu.r'j bid. Samples ranged from $7.50 to S'.O.
with scarcely any sales. Receipts were 44.
lj lbs. nnd shipments nothing.
Hog -produces were somewhat Irresuiar,
Jan. pork closing at a shade Improvement;
Oct. pork nominally at Jl decline, or J15,
without any reported sales at any price.
Lard declined 10c for the current month
delivery, and Itjc for Jan. Oct. ribs wero
quiet, and In the end unchanged In price.
Jan. ribs lost 2tic. Iocal receipts of hogs
were 2CX head." and 33,000 were estimated
for to-morrow. Liverpool quoted M decline
each In Cumberland cut bacon and lard.
MtltKCTS DV TninoiX.PII.
New York. Oct. 17. flour Rece'pts 13.522 bhl ;
etportJ 23.SS5 bbls : slles 8.23 pkgs.: steadier
and rather more active on rhotc- grades, but
otherwise dull Rve flour firm; sales 4-ic bbl :
fair to good t3.lM3.20; choice to fa-icy K.234?
3.7). llcckw-tieat llour dull. J2T2.23. lluckwh'lt
luiet at tnao- c 1. f. New "eork. e"rnmeal
steady: yellow Western 3c: city We: nrar.Jjwine
2 434i2.6l, Rye quiet: No- - Western Jc f. o. Ii.
arloat: Ktate 4Sin e I f. New Vorlt. narlev
steady; feeding 4l3ISo o. L f. Buffalo; mailing I
C3061e e. 1. f. RufTalo. Rarley malt dull; West
ern WfttSo. Wnieat-Kecclpts 133.323 bu.: exports
4'nOO Lu.; spot steed; So. 2 nil TDC f - lfc
niloat and .50 elevator: No. 1 Northern Duluth
Mc f. . b. alI0.1t: No. 1 hard Duluth S7Uc f
. Ii atlnat. Optljns were generally Wrm and
lilghir all day. stlnuil ited by nn alienee of
Itijul 1 itliui. conslderaLI. huvlng on the retctlon
thcor. Ilrrrer late raU,-. a good Northwest
cash demand and 1 -cal covering; closed Iirm ,)
c net advance; .March 2"llel3'c. close! s"i;;
XI iv PM(S3've. clo S2';c; Oct closed 77'c:
Dec. 7S -l.fiNc. rlosisl 7.4c. C-,irn Receipts H.
ti5 bu.; esj rts 3VI.7I2 lu ; sals 33.i) bu. fu
lures and 4 -vert hu it. Snot rtrm: No. 2 47e-c
e!vator nnd 4-.'ic f. o. b ntlo.it Options were
llrmer and moderately active Dem.in.1 was In
spired by liritin s abroad the rlee in wheat,
smaller countrv efferlngs and .1 i,-i1 shlpilng
ilnii-in.l at Chicago, tlcoil firm and 'e net
higher. Jliy 4ISri4t,c eliei! 41J4e: Oct cl sed
4'.'c. Pec. 42'4i LV, closeil 4:.c elats -Rei lids
"K") l.u.: icirt L.5i) bu sii.it steady: No. 2
2V. No 3 2I-: No. 2 while 27c. No 3 white
2.'-e. trk. mlj.nl ii.rn 2P.i2.i-c. trk. white
Western and Mate H'.frSc Options lu!l but
stead fieil steely lla steady II r.s qul-l.
I!rf tpiut. Cut meui, st(ait. lr.i a , tt
rn en un. .1 J7.2ii; Oct rlonst $7., tiemlml:
rllnd quiet: "mtlr.ent J7.S. I'or'aquitt TalloT
ste.id. I'ettunbeei! J1 eaij : prim jellow :w.
Rlc steady. MnMsD steady.
Toledc. ). o,t. l -Wheat filrlv- active, f.rm.
lilgUr. cash anl )ct. 77'-c; Nov. 77Tv:: I'ec.
7Jie; May .isc. Corn tiim. dull: cash 43'c;
Nov. 2'ic: Jlay TTc. Oit3 .lull. Iirm; exsh 2-'c;
lec. 23'. It5t--Cih r-V. 4'loerseI fairly act
ive, linn; ' prime p. 23. 'ei prime fi.10. Oct.
J7.13. Iec fli. Oil unchanged.
I.IVK S'lllfK 1IMtlii:T.
nllvrs sienil) 'lenns Lower lines
Ileellneil sheep Arlive anil Mrnil.
Tuesday, Oct. K.
II v, .,
lurses and mule . 2
C.TTLi:-N'lllV etll- Tnil. Xallie
rseli ts w-le iuite UN ral. the lnal reelster ill.
I living an aggreg-iie in the r.elclitmrlniO'I of in
cirl'i-uis Th- quallt, ,f the .iferliiKS was ralrly
tood In all d irtmentt. but In no rliss wer
the t.p rlrli-ll) chi .. although ln tli" f and
stinker bramhes they vvre nt far from it.
Ught-niMght Iif st-rs of ilisiratle gra.l and
llei-h Mil ne-irl st.nly, but all th-rs vere eon
si b r'il 2e to pic liwer liutilrr rnva and llilf
ers Vre unk to I.iw r and llgured 1'h: to 13. if
frm the loie i.f Ji-1 ek I'ountry d-nilti!s
for stoek cattle vv.r large, ns wre the supiills
and prlei were nln ut steady luivers of veal
ealve. bull and mllcli cows were nunifn u all
of whom were willing taker, on a weil-sust lined
1 Tl,V .....
1 row ......
S cows ....,
2 rows .....
1 row . . ..
2 er as ....
2 iows . ...
1 I COWS . ...
1 llW . .
4 row s .
1 row ....
1 -ow ..
2 ov . . .
1 row . ..
1 row ... .
r. rows ....
1 crw . .
2 rov . .
2 rev s . . .
1 cow . .. ,
7 COWS .....
4 lows .....
1 row- . .. .
1 IV . ....
1 row- .. ..
1 rov . ..
2 rows ..
1 row .
1 ovt .
2 f ders .
2! feeder .
.1 ') 2 77
. -IA 2 77
. '". 2..
32 st ers ..
17 sters .
23 ters .
32 rti-ers ..
34 st.-ers ..
22 ste. r
1". Steers .
V si r.-
14 sti.rs .
31 Steers .
3 ste-rs .
f4 st -rs
2i Steer ..
..1 is j;:i
22 vtlg sin.
f. 1 elfer-i. '"tl
41 steers llvl
7 steirs . ..1IM
17 v rlc str. 5 13
17 ste r-
IS sei rs
21 str- (z lif'-pisa
2'l Fte r
20 ste. -
1' ft er
S s eers
2ft s t ers
2Vrrueli sirs Ills 4
2 tern ,
2 f ters .
pi )i I'er
2. fesipr .
1 fepde-S .
"S feefl-rs .
24 feeders .
2 f -de- .
C StOek 'T .
. Mr l.-r .
21 fe-ler ..
25 stnel.ers .
14 feeder ..
2 fee,l-s ..
! ft.wk-rs .
20 1 -st. rn
22 f.s-slp ..
11 strf-kr .,
21 rtei Iters
2 fei'ers .
4") stocke-s .
C7 Col f lr.
2 storkers .
3 Mocker .
s storkers .
'. hel'-r . .-1
14 cw A hfs SV
25 heifer . -i
2 PTr & hfs
IfV) 1 "'.
..irvrt 3 7".
1 hifer ....
1 row , ...
11 h'lfers ...
1 cow . . .
7' . 3 3 ,
'-: 3 )
77) 2 3)
(.3 Col eew
A heifer 7f4
2 cow l
1 V CfiW
..liri 2 17
03 i 1.
. Ifrtl 2.17
. 932 2 17
..11-0 1 11
.12-) 2 11
2cw Jt hf7-. 3 1
4 "tickers .. . 3
Tnslislxers .. 7--1 7 27
2-i f.iilcrs ... t7 S.21
-c 1 .tkrs. 4V. 3 17
f-!ers ... J ) 3.13
1 con ...
1 row- ...
2 cow s ..
1 covv ...
1 cow ..
14 rows .
1 row ..,
1 riw ...
1 cow ...
1 cow ...
1 row ...
1 row ...
7 rows ..
11 mixed .
2 rows ..
1 teller .
1 cow ...
14 cwsv .
1 heifer .
1 liilfir .
1 heifer .
.S heire rs
S mixed .
. t;i 3 (if)
.1.) 3 O)
r.. x !
3 stis kers
1 stag ....
2 osea ....
1 I ull .
1 bull .
I bull .
1 lull .
3 bull) ,
..1 ri 3. 10
.1) 3 1
. 97i. 3 1 )
. p-il 3.1)7
hfs 74 ) 3.
.... B3.I S.liO
ley) 3 ")
1 row & cslf ... 4 M
4 rws. - civs en 43 3)
2rws - rlvs ea 41 2)
1 cow A calf ... 34 )
2 cw - rlvs ea 37.M
8 cw s. - civs e 1 37.i
II cvvs. . civ ea 3i f
1 cov A calf ... 2-i r.)
Sews. . rlvaea 7? ()
2cws. - civs a 35 )
I cow X calf ... 33 ml
1 cow Ac calf . . 31 01
1 cow At rslf ... 33 V)
1 cow ,Vr ralf ... 22 3)
1 cow a. rslf ... 21 )
1 cw Ar ralf ... la 0)
I cow . cnlf . . 2D. )
2cws. - rlvsea -..()
. 4V 2 V)
. 4V1 2.1 J
.... 1 )
3 calves ..
3 ralves ..
2 calves ,.
3 calves ..
4 calves ,.
3 ralves ..
1 calf .. .
2 calves ..
2 ralcefi ..
1 calf .....
1 row & ralf ... 2i 01
1 row X cilf ... 2S i
lcow x- eiir ... 27)
1 cow a- ralf . . 23 M
. .) 3 ji
. is,) 2.ITI
3 springers . Z.yl
v 3 4)
..1(V) 3 7
..111) 3 1)
..!." 3 11
1 s prli ger
Houthern Cattle Tra le Offerings in this dlv !ton
wer 123 cars, all but a train cr so arriving In
flood time for buiress. The cattle rime In btg
nin-hes more ls-gely than usual The mirkft
wss stubliorn nnd slow. Ituer sought to tHke
advantage of a big nin and buv their rattle le.
rlde-lly lewer. but they met stubhurn reslst-inre
and obtained few rr.nrelons. The rows wero
stendy and the steer were either steady or a
lery small fraction lower.
1 bull ....
1 bull ....
9 bulls ...
22 cows ...
112 cows ...
2.'2 cows ...
27 rows ...
2 steers ,
f70 steers .
Av. Ir. So. Des. Av. Tr.
....1134 S2 S3 2t steers .... Mi S3S
..17V) 2.7) 121 steers .... kl 3.4)
....Il-s 2 SJ 3 steers 9-3 j.ii
.... 9H2 2.IC1 S73 fers .... 93 3.3)
.... 7el 2.S. 21 steers .... 9"S 3.7)
.... 7i2 2.8) IV) steers ....91) 3 i
hfs 711 3 13 is.) steers .... 913 3.M
....Ml 3.12 4.; steers pits 3".)
.... 11; 13 steers .... 9 3.3711
....Km SIS 13 steers ....t-34 2 57',
.... 77 3.M 22 eers ....:0J3 2.7)
.... SI4 3 23 21 steers ....1024 3 75
....911 3.77S, ;y.f.e.l. stri.. 3 4)
.... v,2 3.2J j 17 calves ....170 4.73
IM ste ers .
94 steers ,
2C steers ..... bs3 2.23 1
HOOS The general supply looked noderate at
lh pening but h lbieral run was expected anl
finally materialized It wa a mixed lot of of
fering, with goal hogs In pberal numbers. The
downward movement continued, however, and the
epenlng decline wns called tc lo le. Although
the market has declined smirtly. It ha llnillv
l-rome right side up. The best, the fsttest nnd
the highest quality hogs bring more money than
tho-r which are light and Immature. The butcher
luality Is the standard rf the market, ard the
ptatn. roar'e kinds of heavy heps sell at a con
sljeral lc distance from the high end of the
Th late market was con!dere3 I0o to 15c
I-mr. Tho Swift drove, 2.521 head. 21J lbs, cost
14.S1. anj the Nelson il'.rrls & Co. drove. 2.41
head. 223 lb, nverage, sold at 14. S3. Only a few
hoes wer left over.
The bulk or the hogs, the pigs and ths strictlv
low-grade offerings rot considered, sold at 11.73
to tl ""I. as against 34.M to J5 en Monday, l'lgs
ard light lights, w to- 144 lbs. average, at II to
I4.7' according to quality: light hegs. 134 to 1W
lb" . sol I at JI.C4 to S4.90. tte hulk at Jl 6) to
4.73. Medium weights. 19J to 227 lbs , oid nt
SI C) to S3, the bulk going at 4 -l to K. Tho
heavy culls sold at 14 to 14 fo. and fair to best
heavy hogs at 14.79 to JS. Oood mled hogs at
Jt n to J4.90. and common to fair mixtures rolj
at J3.75 to JI.W.
No. Av. rr. So. At. Pr. No. Av. Tr.
12...-.C1...H.W 6...2H...J4 M M...1.I...J 3)
S...J17... 4.53 3...153. 4.33 M...173... 4 )
t!..,.73... 4 ) 7...137... 4.r.1 2S.. 1"1...
S...152... 4 IV) 24...1,)... 4 6) 57...1M... 4 61
r...l:l... 4 6) 22.. ,1"9... 4 61 91.. .151... 1 "'
10... ... 4 IS... 173... i.fi 9...1J4... 4 J
ie...l:... 4 03 H...HW... 4 10.. .13.1... 4 f.7
27...1... 4 110...161... . 107...1T1... 4 e
71...2c7... 4.3 13...2H... 4.74 Sl...tl... 4.74
4...1I'3... 4 7) 7...1... 4.70 1S...I70 .. 4 74
4...12J... 4.71 S...234... 4.7) 8...22S... 4 7)
K...1W... 4.7) 1...14... 4 7.) 1I...1X... 1.7
27...172... t 79 ... 1(1... 4.74 5...2!1... 4 71
...22... 4.70 H...1C1... 4 74 JS...1W .. 4 "0
21. ..164... 4.7) 23.. .138... 4.70 ...12. . 1-7)
4..1 .1... 4.7a 12.. .1C... 4.74 M...MI .. 4.73
71. ..Ml... 4.73 2t...TX... 4.73 71. .2W... 4.73
ICs...l4... 4.7S S...21S... 4.7S 72...1T-;... 4 73
S...2SI... 4.7S B...22S... 4.7S 12...221... 4 73
K...IS1... 4.73 113... 4.73 2I...2H... 73
13...214... 4.75 ...235... .475 ...K... 4.7
17...178... 4.73 11.. .193... 4.73 7J...MI... 4.77
U...200... 4.75 S3.. .2113... 4.73 ...2al... 4.77
1J...23.1... 4.73 104...2H7... 4.75 l...17i)... 4.7J
4-....1V-I... 4.73 e...24... 1.73 43...213... 4.73
S...2M... 4.7S 1J5...1W... 4.W 74...230... 4.M
Direct from Distiller to Consumer.
Our entire product Is sold
direct to consumers, you thus
svolJ adulteration and mid
dlemen's profits. If you want
pure v.-hisksy for medicinal
purposes or othrrw-se. read
the following offer. It will
We will send four full quart
bottles of Haner's Scven-Year-Old
Double Copper Dis
tilled R cW hiskey f cr S?.2 0,
Express Prepaid. We ship
in plain packages no marks
to indicate contents. When
you get it and test it, if it
is not satisfactory return it
at our expense and we will
ocw- a '-r-s,
return) our 53.20.
uot-rtr- m uraoFST ADDRESS.
Ttl-T UfiVKtrD niOTII I ltr
inC nHllltn UIOIILUIUU
, 4 )
, 4 M
, 4 7
, 4 7
, 4 -
, 4 7
. 4 17
, 4 t-3
. 4 )
. 4 )
, 4 ".1
...13 .. 4 )
. 2!l .
. .. .
.. 213 .
73. 14 .
1"! .214 .
2' l- .
(!7 . -II..
s7 2iw .
. 4 S3
- 1 I"'!
.. I )
. 4 II
. 4 17
4. 2H ..
Slinnr Th arrlt-i' cf heep ,er unite -in
irrrrsvenirnt over MAin-av N)'f) l inintlt nil
fliisutv- Th receipt were .ill f.ir ale. nnrl In
elu led qu't a numWr f r! f c-iol.-p lamli
Te market nrenM w'th -v cc-nd de-nsnd. nnl
trndini; en all decent rrutt'in hep nnl larrns
-a"i active but tlie rcr-ir-on Krsrles were mow
and ilui: Gcod to I et I-imbs vvere eallM l'-T'c
IV lilaher tnl sheen steidy to strrine Tn
stvUer rvsrVet shwe.l n mtterisl eharr:'
---il- lnc'nte.1 I-imls to th multr-i trd nt
7 ti i.i). fslr it 4 ": tr. Jl '. culls at Jl.'-stci
SI mutten heen n Ji 73 to tl. ttockers at f 2 2
t- J7 an 1 Lucks at $2.73 to JJ.
217 lira! t
- tin-l s
i.7 It ribs
-. I .rr.bs
... M 17.4)
... 71 27
'.'.'. 70 : ii
.... ) E.27
... 71 S 27
... n f
... 71 K 27
... 74 5 27
... C r 17
... r 11
... f3 r 01
... '3 E.01
... fi -
... 77 r.o-1
... at 4 )
... el 17
... tl 4 7
... 70 4 7
... : 4.71
... -1! 77
... f 4 4 fi.
... r 4.r.
... 71 4 '3
... SI 1 II
...in 4 01
....! 4 11
...111 i 1
... ' 3
... "1 3 )
..."" 3 -
...1-,1 1 1)
... tl 3.1
...IOI 3 lil
... 3 "7
... S7 I 17
707 S 1
... ) 2.T.
...117 1 77
... "t 3..
...Ill 2 "
... 11 .v
... M f "I
... 47 2 11
... si 5 w
... 1 "
... 71 2 27
... 27 4 1
... "1 "I
... 7 4 ii
... SI 3.77
... ci s r.
... tt 2 '-0
...11 1 '"
... '0 2 .
...ln1 - "-1
3" -stive sheep....,
1-: n v sheep
21 f toikers
1 T ncv:
HORSE-? Xo auction of dimestle horses was
hell, as the ruvers were en-raced with the sile
cf V"-ern ranee horses. There wa. however,
a rondly eupply of native horsei on the market
nvvattlrs Ie and the Iniuirv was frnod. Kasrn
anl expert operatlors sre still of the retrletsl
o-dcr. nil commissions from thoe sources ielnt
nl'el ciitloulv at the rrevallinfr decll-ie frcm
Sept. P'lces of J7 to SIS per hesd. The S-Vvithe-n
demand ccntlnne- In stronir and active condition
n rood outlet exl'tlnr for tasty Itt:Ij chunks ard
d-lvers for th-it rtuartcr.
Heavy draft fommon to jeood. Jr1 to Jl ":
eholi-e to fancy. J1W to J2"0. Drivers ommon to
che Ice, J73 to J173: buln. JU) to JU0. tirtch
hq-ses. $13) to J273. Coach pal-s. fZM to JS0
raddlcn Common to choice. J-3 to J125: fany
IK.) to J2ii Chunks. 1.200 to 1.4 0 lbs Comm'.n
to Rood. !) to r: choice to extra JWO to J127.
houthem herses Common to iroe-d. J33 to JO;
cl.o'.ce to extra. J63 to Jsi I'Iurs. J15 to J43.
JIUW7-The market rules ln very active and
fivorable condition. Two days receipts have
ben 6C3 head, mostly to commission Interests,
but the movement has been so active that Tuie
day morning less than half a do-i carloads were
for sale on the t-or-imlrstnn market, -"mooth. fat
cotton mile nre excellent eiiers. ace rJln to
quality, dealers buj-lnc actively to sjprlv or-Je-s.
which are chieily from Alabama. South
Cardln-i and .llslsippl. Small war mules are
also belnc Ixmrht rei!ilr. but the (lnls-ie-l cotton
mi-les excel them In activity. Larfro mules are
In oomparnttTe'y light demand.
Mule quotations (for broke mules 4 to 7 years
14 hinds, extreme n-i-e J4.1.1 to J"3.(V)
11 hards, bulk of sales 5 00 to I.).!)
It's hands, extreme ranee W Hi to 70.')
lie, ban Is. bulk of sales 57 01 to 6101
li hands, extreme rvn?e O).ito M.0)
15 hand, bulk rf sales 70.00 to S7.M
!', hands, cxtrem nnge 7i) ft) to l).;.i
13J hand, bulk of sales Sid.) to 9n.i)o
15 to IS1 hands, extreme rmn-ce S9.00 to 13.7 )
li to 15i hands, bulk of sales H1 ft) to lS.ti)
Ilulk of rales represent mixed mules In first
t&nds. Trices above bulk Tci-res represent tlMt
rlas mules extra llnl-h and weight, strictly
fat, practically sound and clxEslSed.
ChlcaBo. III., Oct. It Cattle Surpl'.es are ln-creaelni-
raplaly. 3Ionday"s and Tuesday's com
llned receipts amountln; to about 20,joO head.
ns ccrritircd with 2X'.j) for the came time list
week and 23.100 tor the correspondinc tlmo lat
jear. The receipts to-day were larse for Tuei
ilir. belr estimated at 5. 500 head, and trade
was dull at weak prices for all hut the better
rr.ids. Since the Legtnnlnc of list wtek there
liai been a dc!!ne of about 12720. cm the sen
er tun of native beef steers, sales ran!';
frotn it to Jj-S) for poor to prlm lots. Th
ftitter part of these cattle are selling at J3k
35 and a Boodiy number went Monday at Jj.t)
i i 73. but Krictly prime bceTes were not ru
rLn riiis to-day. A ire-od many ripe heavy cat
tle are belns ninrketed. but. on the other hand,
tlier- are a (Trent many love-f-rade cattle.
Hok l3nilav's and Tueuia3 receipts foot
up about triceo hend. belnc about the number re
celveel In the rame time last -s(-ik nnd about
4.10.) more than arrived ln the same tlnm a lear
eto. The rnirkei continues dowja Rrade, tne-
belmr a further slide of 103I3c to-day. The
supply did not exceed Zl.W hoics, incluillnic t,iio
th.i. were carried over last right, but prl-s
vvere weak front the start. Early sales were
ab.ut IO lcnei, and late sales showed a decline
of as much a lie. The extreme cales were nt
a range of S4.C2'u3.i3 tor Interior to fnncy lots f
heirs, with the bulk of the trnneactlons at Jl &)
do. rice sold largely at U'aM. common Uxht
hers -elllm at Ji e04i-J.73s
Hheep Monday's and Tuesday's receipt,
amount tu bout 27.2U) head, tucalRst 24.741 for
the &ame time last week and 40.042 for the same
time a jear ao- With estimated receipts to-lay
of 17.tii) sheep and lambs ani a falrjy active
eVr.iapd. prices were about eteady at yester
ta's ndvance. Inhecp were salable at J1.73H
fur culls up to J3.7hi4.13 for fair to prime lots
and choice yearllnns were firm at Jl 3H-U41 23. For
lambs there was a Rood demand at J Hi I. SO for
common up to J33.5) for the better trades, prim,
vV estern ranxe lambs selling freely at J3 so.
ISuuth Omaha. Tseb , Oct. Ii. Cattle Itecelpts
2.7iW: market slow; shade lower: natlvo beef
eleers J -''f.70: IV'estern steers J04 b5; Texas
eleera 33.23fil: cows and heifers Etronrer at J31t)
2.73: canners Jl 735:2 :: srockere an I feeders
stron; to lfc hltsher. J3 2734.C0, calves JJOT: bulls,
stsii. etc , J2.4-)If 4 23. llogs Receipts 8.100: mnr
let 10c lower: heavy J4.&K3-5 73: mixed J4 W
. -1. tts. . -tu:t. ri -a-s re.. 1...11. n.
S..V. IIKI.C .lir( , )i) M.'tf-l. UUIH v 4
sa!J J4.7?5J4.7:V4. Sheep Receipts 14.400; market J
'leaay; vvesterzi rnuiians ).iu'js: slock sueeii
JJ.2-.lr3.73: lambs 14 233S.23.
St. Joseph. Ma. Oct. IS. Cattle Receipts 2.94s.
Market steady to lie lower; natives J13o.r);
Wertems J333.30: cows and heifers J2e4 &): veils
Jigfi.SO; bulls and stacs J2-i4 30- stock ers and
fe-ders J334. Hens Itecelpts 5 2OT. Market lie
lower: lipl-t and mixed ll.Ktl.3: medium and
heavy J4 77Vj84 iV-2: pigs J4.1"f44.77': bulk J4.iQ
tt4.8i. Sheep Receipts 37L Mart.et steady.
Kansas City. JIo.. Oct. IK. Cattle Itecelpts
lft natives. XO) Texans and 1.300 calves.
Ftc-cklng and fedLnr steers active, steady: butch
er cows steady to shade lower: native steers 94.93
Q 0: stocken and feeders J3.253I.K: tnitchsr
for $ " 20
Express Charges Prepaid.
Ore hundred and fifty thou-1
sand customers tr.rounout
trie. United States use ourt
whis,rey. Ample testimony!
as to its pjrity and qualily.
is it not?
Save the enormous profits
'YEAn - 'i - X
cf the middlemen. iuch
hiskey as we offer for $3.20
cannot te had elsewhere fcr
less than $5. Our distillery
was established in 1866. 33
veiars refutation is behind
Refe-reccei-Stats Kafl Bask.
St. loens.lh.ra reati inn, uayeon,
or any ot tie tiFr- Comjaaies.
Orders for Arir.. Cjlo.. ""aL.
IllabO. JIOTit.. iVCV.. i-.7-r .", j
ni . t:tsh.Wsh7VTOnintsU i
for20quru ty freljlit, prepala.
nn 303-307 S. Seventh St., Et.LouU.Mo. i
UU. 220-23 W. Fifth St.. carton, unio.
cons and lielfers J33 C: canjw-r-i , f:.2-Ci3. f-I
7-itrns J3.toa3 07: Teians K.snJ-': oalvi-i
J! Si21. Hoe Receipts ll.'OO. Traiie fairlv
active at 0010- loner; heavy and n.lxe-el !t.M)j
4.S0: light JI.7534 f2Vs: P'l-i Jt 2T?4. Sheer
Itecelpts 7 ". Excellent ilnar.l. all Brad--" e!l
inr reaclilv nt liiKler rrlces. Ia-iHs) SI.(a3J):
muttons J3.S.--IJ4 "!3; stockers and f--ejr-i 53 233
4.1): cul's S2.S0'j3. , . ..
New Y.vfc. Oct. IS. r.fe--- Iterf-'p: 233 2
tnde worth notirg: feeinc n-ak. cat les ijccrte,!
live catt', tte.-dv. -vfrlitera'T be .i,s lS p
III.. ih----r 12'il.c. th'.iaiery 1 .55 catt!. 1 iht
steerp anil 7.010 -imrters cf beef. ralves Re
ceipts in) Steady, somo late -trrival unsoM;
-.eils l iftgs.r): mlxrl calves 13.27. r-he-p ant
Ismbs-ReceiBts ll". i"t--a-lv ae.i af-out all ..'!:
eheep !3'g4.i l.imb Jlj7 12'-t: e."anarl-i lsnbl
JC.10. IIos- Rece'pts 1 "2. liis-. at Ji r.'aG.w;
choic-e state hogs J5.33?" CO
TIIE C4)TTOV II KKETS.
Markets tcali anel Depresneil Cea
cral De-oHnt? ln rntnrrs.
St. louN. Tue-dav. evt. It. l'-V).
Local Markets yu'et at e,c lower. No. sile-v
Crd!mrv s 7-11
G003 crdtnary - 1 15-1-t
Low mlddllni; 9 3-13
Uood m.iWlinfr . ?',
lild-lllrc fair 10v
Ear;5lcir-l?i-lb. S -Ot? per raxd: s-!b. !?S5c: 2U
IP S.J5C. Ircn ties Jl 30. Hemp twin Dc per It.
vv arenouse ozaienienr. vo-aaj ;
Net rece'pts to-day ...
2Ce: rece'pts since Sept. 1
Cress receipts to-day
Grns receipts sine Sept. I......
Gross shipments to-day.. ........
Oro-n shipments since ST"".t, 1...,
Stcck en hand.
I Liverpool Market Sprt easier nM 3-lfti lower:
upla-i-ls 5,3. Sales ...Mr) tales;, rnturea quiet
I sr.d tteady; Oct, 5 13-34-l e : Oct.-Nov. S 7-&M s.:
Ncv.-Dec. 5 3- b.; Dec -Jan. S 1-641 sc; Jaa.
I reb. 4 C4-Mi s : Feb.-Marcb, 4 l-6 b.
Xer Tork Market Spot ertilt at 3-15o lo-ver:
cJCdllr 101-Wc. Futurtu rlos-sl u-eaJ.
C3oe ItlKh Low Closo
Test erday. To-dar. To-dav. To-clav.
October .. . 9.4-1 ?.47 J.ln 9.21
Xciemb-r 9.2) 9 31 9.12 9 12
December .1 .2 9.13 9.1 1
January 9.1T 9.31 9.12 9 12
February 9.11 9 f 9.11 9 It
MarCj 9.17 9.11 9.12 9.13
April 9 1 9.13 9.12 S.13
May 9.17 8.2') 9.11 9.1t
Net receipts ar 1nl?v? "!fits Totti trm roui.
d-ij-s. 192.E3 bales, again-t 157.E4S for th mnwi
I'm last wei and 13-i.0-i7 last year. Slno
Sept. 1. 1.419.551 bale-, atalnst L22.Ti9 bales rani
tlni" last ea."nn. Exports for four days 174. XJ
1 a!s. as-aln-t 13.10; for the sarrt-i time last week.
Stock on h-nd. 215,4-7 bal--s. against 772.145 talca
X" Terle, Oct. 1-Cotton T-uxi-Tesi ejoer.e-"
steady: 4 points lower to r-1rt hlsrher on tb-s
,.rt call. Later ruling American markets showed
a lack of confidence on the part of all classes
cf traders, the market earlier la the day was
unfavorably lnflucrce-1 by exceedingly dJsjpnolnt
lrir advlc-es from liver-pool. It was tbou-rht -pat
before our market opened tie froe sales
here would sliOT a decllna of at least 1393)
points: this faet that our n-inrket did, not do so.
was largely attributed to covertrg. and also to
some pretty Rood bir-rinc by very substantial
houses on the theorj- that prices fleeiin-d tooi
rapldlv. Jan., the most active position, open!
at 9-l.e. then broke to 9.12c, and later rallledl
after many urs and down to 9 31c. with tha
price for the position finally 9.12c ThroashcuJ)
;h session there was heavy setllnr on. oontinaedi
heavy rec-ipts. The Interior movement tras slo
en a heal y scale Sclllnc was checked by frost
talk, and also by a belief nrre or less sen
eraliy current that th 1-tte sharp decline woulol
cnu-e less enenty on the part ot planters fn roar,
ketlns their crops. Meanwhile, reports faired to
point to Immediate frosts, and crop estimates,
r-irtlcularly those renchlntr here from the South.
reflected a disposition to look for a lartrer yl-id.
There was n Terv fair volmne of rscalatlort,
with considerable btijtnr on the reaction theory.
Closed easy at a net loss of 2SJ1I points, havtnr
cone rff the last half hour tin.lr cene-nl seUlne
and fears of iseak cables to-mon-o-r. Spot cloii
?-.uV,t:.Vt5?.fl-c1-3'- -rJd.lllni- uplards 10 l-16e: do.
e.ulf 11 6-lBc: .-vies 210 bales. Futures clos-
t?';3'-';'?- -.c: Nor- ,-: D- 13o: Jan. .12e:
b. 9 11c- Marc), 9 1-... Arft e , er n.i
June 9.1V: July 9 07c- Autr. -.4e. '
IJverpooI. Oct. TX Cctton Spot mode-ato Ttmsl.
'", rrico easier; American mildltn ralr
e U-3U: rood m'ddlmr 5H-W: middling tsd;
low mHdllrr E7-16.J; Food ordinary d; onil
rrry 4-M. The sales of the d-ey were S.005 bale
of which 6-10 were ror rpe-culatlon and export am
lnclude.1 4.300 American. Receipt, -i.ooo. tnclud
irir 29.510 American. Futures -peiK1 eeuler.
fM quiet but steady; Am-n-Ican -"rUddUl-ur 1.
m. c . Oct. 6 B-64J s : Oct -Nov. S 6-W-3S7-M.I
?-, ,.orD?- 5 2-ff5 3-4,l .: D-c-Jaa. ff
Cl-f41 r.: Jan -Feb 4 C2-11 R-Md .; -rer,.
yiV? "yV,,':lfd : farch-Arrn t 41--IW
June 4 .--T4 o7-4d n.; Jim-July 4 1&4VH 5i-4 1
.. July-Aus-. 4 f 4-64d b.: Aur. 4 49-e74jsr
r w Orleans, in . Oct. !. Cotton quiet: sa1s)
??.',.,lr'''.'1aPr. -1,v- :1-od ordln-iry 1 S-lUc- low
Jj.1'.3-16' r,1iiUr- -"-- s?1 i''in-
?-.VmV!1',n'-' falr 5e. Recelnts 22.219; stock
1.0 272. Futures steady at d--Iln-. Oct. tn
1.17c: Nov-. g.s3--r- s-c: t)ee. - l?- fjr- J-m. -
J-'. .STNe Un "' Mreh tf.Sfls.sVct April
S.1" -V: Jf-v 8.sKiS.oc: Jure 8 ?s.9oc"
IJverpooI. Oct lo Lard Xmerlcan refined in
r?'t l"p,aa'7.'-t -h'- r,1m' 7tem ln te. stAdy
3f ' M. etroleu- Ref-e.1 c-d. Pens-dina-rtlsn
nulet nt !a Sfia. -47-hcnt-ftrot N"o. - rst
ii,t';r,lS'n,.ffrid:i1,sats.S3 -J: - 1 N--rthen.
i" 2ii futures qu'et; Dec. new 6s T,rl: F2b
ri-s Ctus fiaI . .r 2 "-"J. &?
nrt. ft Id nrtT---iIn-ii rtttntss-.B Hifa. . . .
Dec. ls 2V,d: Jan. 3s'lll 7ft-iMiV ,i.S ?
enrn o-Hni. K. .;. .V- .. " . ".'; . -"'-ri'-aJS
--... uu.... ... i.-ii. '- .-cj lr,-. centals.
iv rr?lrle Jl.j.1 Butter Cre-imerv 7sT20o: ditne
17c. n-rtrs-Fresh IV. rce'nts-rr-s; ,,VZ
iTirlv-osVmo 6nlPm'T-tsT7neat loCtOO: '
loS'-eapiini,ci, ,--9'? ''"at'-ris were as fel-
l- --''x'i ""- ii3w or niznsnnesj -n.r
tioniJ...I0!V,-f0c'- trrannltted 7.14c: eraf..
ota? Sire?? V. dAlTl"t Pln- Ch-e imii
at iu-.fcii-;c. Eggs firm: fresh 17-5o.
Cold for Import.
rcscT 5!- 15TIt - -,-r-n'unc-sStrUif !1
Z.1 S?'& (-2-j5aT" en-rajred JiO-CtoOO rold
ror import. Laxara Frerrs alFo announced an en-fSS.mr-''t
of ';?n(,'i- voll, which lHntte war
nrt.''-rsr1I"lJn a''1J,"w- - Prev-loa, announ--P;
,'7i.hr1ri-r the ,0-, f X n fP
Import on the present movement to date. JJ.l,-
wi,V,r,Tcrk .? I5 CcfTee Snot doll; No. T In
minVi '5. r,-3 '"-'t: Cordova D-fMlc. Futures
S ,T., -.K"lr f niue-I prices and roleo;
quiet, with a weak undertone. owl-r to eolt!nue,l
heavy receipts at Rto and Santo-. LUht -ore-lnT
'?a ;hrp advance in the last hour, and th
'IT' iT,. fll7a nt " Mt tie or 11 to is
ro.,E.Iv..To-s,,a'N 90 baK, includlnr Nn.
sKt'imZ jsFiJS-7Jic: " --.
.7?Xr T'i'r-c- Oet. 1-. soe-c-- Raw steady: fair
IT,! I?5..4J "-I,f 0 tet ia. Moiasse.
scxrar 4c: rctmed Ftaly
,'T,0lJ.'tn.'..,a" 0cl W-ljBuar steady: new
crop open kettle none: open kettle, centrifurril
7y.V: "nt'lfiM-al yello-r 4i;a5 H-lBc: second
3-.iV4c. ltoIases quiet: new open kettle 223;
cemrlfusal Mc. Sirup rteady at ziailc
n-'T m01"1. .ci- ,s Business corti-rat-, quiet.
The decline In the price of cotton does not mak
sellers or Kocds any easier to deal with, buC
buyers are Inclined t hu ce. m0re. iSrowr
sheetlncs and drills dull on home account, but
ilrm in rrlce. Uieached oulctlv arm; coarse vol"
e.re.1 cottons also ftrm: sales lt7ht: print doth
(lull: prints rlrm: some business clofn-r 1ft new
fancy calicoes for eprlnc: silks are thowlns- a
tteadler tone, with stronger market for raw silvT
New Tork. Oct. 1J. Special cable and tete
craphlc communications to la-adstreers show tha
follo.lnit char.-jes in the available snpplyfrom
lost account: Uheat, Unite.! States anTOviadi
east Inckles. increased l.S73.C"X bu. Aftal fi?
and In IJurope Increased 2.4"O.0i bn. TotaJ mo.
ply Increased 4.273.C) bu. cbrrl UnlteSstatesT
and Canada east Un kles. Increased ioti a-Tbu!
oats, united btate and Canada -it ItocWest
Ir.creasrJ s-vi.0) bu. swcaies,
Amonc th more l-nport--it increases reportedl
to Hradstreet-s are thow of 400.t boTat SorlS.
LT?Jntl0T,lMST3P-w - 'a Manitoba,
S4.i.) Iji. at rortIiCd. Me., and 5L0) bu, at
JSES.t-Ie,S2iv i?9 .k:anS decreases IrStuo
iIi7'..toS8i??' b?-at Olcajra private eleraton
ZyLiilf&Jl1 -'JS"- SP combined stoclm
of wheat at Portland. Ore Ta-otna and SeatUaT
-VVaslw decrea-ed 50.000 bS. last wisk. w Mt-
'-",;iilv -"- .""- i-s vv neat d-c, t-s-;c:
4?!3Uf: No 2 red fi.1J7v- No. 3 frnr-v. cb
pee C-i23i;c: cash No 2 mired 34'J-l-cT. NcT
2 white -v.. . 5 s-ii-.-r. -.. Ti-C.-''7r'J: "
2 rlt-iw ttiivA nit.Zxrt'r s7-1T-Jv:-
4S2l;e: No. 3 white -Wi-tfsCftyVNo . ra!
r-hort ribs, sides nnnte) J7.arf.W: 2ry--saltei
;.-, j."- j- f