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THE EEPUBLIC: TUESDAY, OCTOBEE 23. 1900.
BUT CORN MPROVtD.
iTRES'GTH WAS CO-NnCED TO
Features of Interest
' Monday. Oct. 2. RVO.
There was little that was interesting to
nota In tho speculative grain markets on
this the opening day of the r.ew week,
thsrs were no new developments of a
highly important character awl dull and
slow markets were the. rule. Cavr.siderabls
Irregularity wus shown and prices In the
case, of wheat fao-ed. iff, and closed at a
not loss for the day. but tho co.trso grains
on the oilier hand, exhibited a fair under
tone cf strength, and nt the close showed
shade advance. The situation was a i
about steady to firm, with narrow Kuctua-
tlor.s. but with & leaning towards the bear '
oida of the market, it being- governed moro
or less, by the operations of pit traders,
outside Interest belr.sr practically nil. There
.was nothing really In the character of tho
news received this morr.ir;-. It consisting
chiefly of (Statistical Information nrd tha
usual cables. According to the latter, tha
amount of wheat set afloat by exporting
countries, lest week was smaller than had
been eatitmated. tho extorts from Russia
tailing off almost &'O.000 bu.. which led to
decrease of 10S.O.O bu. in tho amount on
ocean papiage. whereas last jear at this
time It had Increased 92S.C' bu , the eifects
of which was to send Liverpool up '.d.
This array of bullish Influences naturally
had a good effect on this slJe, and led to
"Borne buvlnir rlpht at tho staiL. The open
lac; here was not icry encourasms. be.n
only H5 higher at T3'ic for Dec, which
then sold at ToHc. witlle ilay brought TT.c.
Bullish sentiment was rather lukewarm on
account of tha liberal movement to mar
ket, and as there was more than suillcier.t
sv heat for eale to supply early buyers, there
was a let-down, and In a Ehort time the
first-named option wan being offered for
ealo at 23.Q;(c and May at TTS.c
The crop movement as uual entered
largely into tspeculativo situation this morn
ing and traders appeared to be more im
pressed by it than the higher cables and
tha fact that other domestic markets were
higher. For instances tho arrlvalj here
xvcro reported at 143,vjO bu.. against IDJ.TiA)
bu. to-day a week ago, and C7M-) bu a jear
eeo. at the same time the shipments were
Email at SiJW bu.. and the stock was in
creased 3.0u0 bu At Northwestern mar
kets the receipts were 3.K cars, which,
while 117 cars less than last week, wire
within So cars of a year ago. for soma
considerable time after tlie above dechjie
the market was dtad slow and uncertain.
Dec. however, did not decline below i.-nC
nor did May go below 77W:. the former sell
ing; at iSUisC. and the la ter being bid iic
late cables were favorable. Liverpool clos
ing" at 'ufi advance and Taxis dj-c better,
end export clearances, from trie seaboard
of flour and wheat were reported at CSiJMi
bu. Tho expectations that the visible would
show a large Increase proved correct. It
amounting to I,o55,o0i bu., as against 1.-11,-000
bu. Increase last ear.
Tho bulls worked hard to advance prices,
but they did not suvceed. There were re
ports of export sales of 44 loads that held
tho market about steady, for a hort time,
but later they became disgusted at their
failure to bring about a change for tha bet
ter, and throwing their long stuff on tho
market, there was a decline to the low
point of the day, Dec selling at Ti',40 and
May at T65iC. while the close was c lower
for the former at 72s.c and s'!Vtec oH for
the latter, at 7Gc asked. Oct. at clcso was
nominally ic lower at ilsaC
There was qulto an undertone of strength
shown to-dar in com and a small ealn In
prices went on record at the cl03e of the
day. The chief factor to strength early was
ine UJseit:eJ wtatner reyonea in ir.e est
and a nrosrsect of its ext;mJng iast. Se.l
Ing offers were sairce. but very IlLle trad
ing was indulged In. eo light wa- specula
tion. Receipts were very good, but there
was no actual Increase Bt Western market-"-,
they amounting to 72S 000 bu.. against tZ'4.000
bu. a year ago, in which were included 114.
000 bu. here, against IIG.oOj bu. last year.
Shipments from primary markets were
heavy at K3.000 ba.. and erports also were
large at 511.000 bu. The visible, when posted,
was found to have decreased tdjlM) bu. last
"week, against M6.0v0 bu. decreise n year
ago, which offset an Increase alioat of bCO.
000 bu., ugainst one of IbS.OuO bu. last yenr.
Cables were firm and Liverpool closed U1
higher for the day. All domestio markets
Tvere right r.rm ar.d the ops-nlng here for
Dec wat? "iiC higher, with sales at 7,44.0 and
May bid CI'A'n'-ic lter S4i.e was bid Tor
Dec and 3JJ,c for Slay, but Oct. sold c
lower at 7.67sC May tinaly sold at 56c. but
although eonrlderable corn was said to have
been worked for export, a weak spot was
developed late, and at close Dec. was only
HQ'Hc better at 34ViB3ilic sellers; May nomi
nally that much higher at 35?ic; jear was
He up at 34Uc nominal, and Oct. was &c
lower at 2Sc sellers, cash being no better.
There Is little to be paid about oats and
nothing that could be considered as encour
aging, except that the market was firm.
Dullness reigned throughout the day, and
although there were bids, not a pale was
made. There wera bids of 2210 for Dec.
and Oct. was nominally ZPrfs also, while
May wa 1-lCo off at 24Uo bid. Iteceipta at
Western markets were 11.000 bu.. against
i 11.000 bu. lest year. Including 79.3M bu.,
against 72.200 bu. locaUy. Shipments were
SSS.000 bu. and export clearances 30,000 bu.
The visible was Increased 73,tj9 bu., against
337.000 bu. decrease a 3 ear ago.
ON THE CURB Wheat easy. Dec. sold at
72Hc: puts, 7io to 724'.r72,,ic: calls. 73c to
In speaJdnir of the export trade In flour a
Pacific Coast paper says tos large shipments f
flour to Bibtrla ere no doubt due to the fact that
en Jan. a the Russian Government duty on Hour
Kocs Into effect, btocks are largs at HonK-Konz.
tn fact, too largs. and unlest, soma means ttis
tibtalned tn shliplnr flour Into the Proslncs-.
shipments ever there win b. shortly over. Japan
Is keeping up Its demaa. but at prices that aru
hardly prefiubls to th miliar. Ittsoo Correspond
ent Modern lllll.r.
The Liverpool Oom Trads News reports the
stocks of flour en hand Oct 1 as 3,C2,0uO sks..
Including l,2is;,00 sks. In the United states, 6o.wi
lu Canadit. &,0mO In the United Kingdom, ts7,t.v
In Parts and 432.C.O afloat. On Sept. l the total
was 2.U2.1V0 tv... and on Ia.u I, 1U3, Z.iTJ,wJ.
and same dats In lti5. l.13,'ji).
The latest advices from Lnirops regarding the
prcgress of farm work Indicate that seeding- has
progressed favorably in Kianc and generally
throughout West-rn urcpe. There are some coni
plalute. hovevr. ot dry weather In Koumanla
The poeltlon ot ocean frelehts continues to
show heaviness. There Is rathvr limited demand
for room, and as & result prions liave weaiienM,
both on full cargoes and berth lots. Th. supply
of general caiLo. however, tends to kv; tv eojl
aveiace of rates.
Tha Nutlonal Stockman savs: "If thsrs Is
anything in the ldcti of late reedir.3- to scap th
fly. tho wheat crop this y-ar ougnt to o com
paratively rree of the pest."
vV cab's from Antwerp denies that th Argen
tine wheat crop has ben damaged.
Primary receipts for the day srsre 1.W.0OO
bu, against l.TIS.iW) bu. lut Monday, l.tliir tu.
one year ago. ZmH.Om bu. two years ago. ship
ments were kSJ.uoo bu. from these points.
Visible st-pply of grain:
Oct. 20, ISvU. OCL IJ. 1303. Oct. 21. 1W).
Vhest .W3.313.liu iC.S.E.-jM 4b 3 J.i"
Coru s.nl4.irJi ti.bju.vjii 14.us3.ii1 f
U4IB ............ t.U.UUV IS,7.,H
Amount on ocean nassazfe:
. Oct. SU IS-JO. Oct. 12. 190. Oct. a. uss.
WTieat-ficur ...ZKt.-M st,tiMU 27,73 Mj
Oats H,u4MkM ,4J,ojJ U.i32.uJ
Total available supply:
October 2, lilJO S8,:.0(X 17.s2.0if)
October It lPuO Jo.4l2.0v lk.2.(M)
October 21. 1M 7o.iU.l)) S3.SJl.fli
bhipments of wheat by tha principal export
rast vvk. wt Before. Tr. Ago.
Russia 1,344 I'JJ
Panublan .... ......1..56,uutJ
Argentine ........ Iju.om
HhlnmentS Of OOm f lull! lha npln.ln.1 a .
ing couatrTe.: tv..- w.-
Ist wic. wk. Before. Tr. Ago.
...... J, 331,(J0
Cash Grain, Floor, Ete.-
.-WHKs-T-tpash market-Received. 6.147 ska. and
JCJ cars local and 15 cars through. A limited city
nulling- demand for tho best soft winter at easy
Priees and a little buyirg for shipment, the prices
sked restricting latter demand. By sample,
wiuneo. Net. 2 red sold at 73c to 72,c this and
' iifi VV. K Wd at Wc to 72o; No. 4 winter
i SSa,V Ua- Jow Tades at CfiCc: No. 2 haril
tZ.rS! car 'ancy at 7Cc; No. 3 do. at 6iir
S,.0-J sprinir at 7t Skd. In elevator No. -2
CORN Cast, market-Received. 5i aka. and 333
I jiwitj mixeo, hi sample on trk., o. z so'.t at
nt rin Timn nAnnlnfinTl TVrm 5C ff chcice; No. Z at ril,.-. No. 4 at e. No. 1
PI ine -Lime pecniauon. .ta Northern at rg'c: No. : nhiteat K3,c; No. 3
o. . -r.,l-o4-o Trl.r.nf ?A.al Jc: No. do. at SiHij'-lc. clirred at
niij un: AiiuinuLo luium. sfi.n
ono a good part of tho time, pit trad- . lUrl,:.M ,'1,2 ifw." v f.,J"-" ; 'i?'1 ' ? '""'""J ""J lor to
. I . ... l. ...!.. 1 Trjid. eU V.. - J ...",.L'..'-' " ".'". "" r-r"' ."' "".V""-. lllK.
B.l-11111, u turn? iiiuii? IIHC-II.-9V tu iii: : - ..-v.. j .., . ., .'j.ti jcr .nix j. viover i ..rieiiee in irri xi to i--j. iTivifrn nt rrnm
ew York stock board, to the neslect ot , ' stiLw-mt,.,, on trk. u S: r ' Lm mixed JfiSSTS ItJzl" '"' U"cy
nnd ns a result, rather slow and ' , i:1"': SEEl-?lvr Sl'iSoi. Timothy SS.732 i OKAPli Clioic,. tvncorls at Uttlic: Nlac-
nnlntere.tln ,,rl-i. were. - ' oTk" "I" . " '' " ". ' "'-1" J" "-W I"r iam. , nraj eolllll, uieuy at I.jl.a'jC ror -II. and no
at unlntereetln? marke'-i were- ex- Other seeds rcmmal ror Pom lakKcta. Ii. l.m.n.i. hither at us for
ST-V.... .. .1.- ....n.. . A-TOIt IIKAN.n TtlA St "5 nir Si, en- ,. I .... hcl -j i-.,,,i.L .,n , ,..,,1.. . n.
in-all ui mu ymci n9 i
cars local and 4 cor through. A Hrst-rat Rhlr-
-: mmaia ana ft. 3 nev S'-M iiisncr. nui ?i.
I - white lower tliat grade, dull and all elm un-
SVrtls'th ft.-S -'$
r.r .. " ". " V- .L,
tv.uui- ai -h ic t ;k'.-C nivl, vo. 5 00. at 511 -IV
. r-w. whf car nt :5c. TMa t.Je-No. 2 etu w at
ii1!; anU Xo. 5 !i. JX Ska, Uth oM, No. 2 whit
OA 1 ;s Oash reirlret ftia,.al.rsl t rir tavii! anl
1 car through. A fair demand, tt.o eleata-r buv
Irat No. 2 at .2UC this and 22',ic K. sl.le. switched
to house, and local feeder, taking white and
. 'VT"l,r' du,)- Several cars No. : oflerel
rr..l,.l.cl1 lc aik"J. but no buyers. at that
lIXUlt Tie inSrkct as nrtalnlv tery
OUiet. Ioniertln enters ere estrrmt'y l!Kht
ni! no fcrtlen l.usiuei-s riwrtrd at all
tiu.-!at!ons ou soft nlntir wheal n tir
rre as foll-s: Patents $3 .V.feu.;; ftra s tK it-
ri . extra faniM UMi:K clesr J: T.'MS, l'-w
iind medium tl.J.fiZ. i. Haul winter In lute .
J:.:a: M) for takers'. IZ.tHti for MraiKhts. snl
t;.3'jt.4i frr rafnts
ltG FIa)l"It-Jol.blns at JJ.IJ In tk-. and J1.IS
rnn.v MnAL-iiiO. pearl meal, Biits t.z.1
riTiin .l '
.MlIJ.l K!U-Mo-t shippers out of mir' et
ahje f.c for bran In larj; and df tn -mull
.." !".' r"1; m ,,u'k- bnt -ellers a-kltiK more i:
trk ha.ls rtet rUe1 fee-I qnntnb! ?iq::c At
Tt iJ ' nl eliips eK
llieeiie.f V.n fnn l.nl .... .it ,,.
through shli rvd 4i" ton nftrirCT. M itiwti
n-t market qnlet. a buyers c.-hlns for com-e
ettns but tellers ol.ilnir ,1rn.h Pmlrle . i,
firm for all Kcd itrade
JTI'T'".?'' trK ran.p . Tlmothi 113 for chot :
"EilP PCED-Str. per IM lbs., cure hts's
' if--vi.u-M) Mrt-t but rorr'nslljr SI 7t
L,i-Aivj,i.t and cneba-red st SI7 fcr car'
lot" is oft Missouri end SLn'iJM.:: I-r better I
-- . .. . ..... b. .....
Prices on 'Clusnire.
. 7 foilrrwlnc tal les show ths ranee pf prices
In futures and cash craln:
7- n .. .
.73., a 7It,0
I Crr. Oct.
Cash wheat, com ind oets ranged:
Last ear. Saturday
TVbet No 3 rel.Ti j.; 7J fe74
No 3 r-sl ... .tivi7o 71 A'.Z
No. 4 winter ..si v-r, f
No. Z bsnl .. .tn , (31. ifii',
No 3 hari ..(: I hi "fiv.
Csr-i No. 2 ... T o .. 27 Csll't
.No. S 31'rS4 ... S.1 l57
No. 2 whits ..I"'.''. .. 4 1 fjtji,
.o. ., wniie....i-21-i ...
Oats No. 3 .. .-.T.BII
No. 3 tJ'.eas
No. I Northe'cll e3S
No. 3 white...-. QZb'i
No. 3 whlie....:ittf3-ts
No. 4 -hhlte... ZZ'iii-Zl
S,--," 2 ,4. 3
S,,;"'- 51 HS
2. ?: i?. J .-
jloveuicnt or (raln.
Wheat Corn. Wheat. C-rn.
Ft Lovils ...
Toledo .... .
Ntw Yoli ..
. li'Jitll 114 1-5 32. '.14 O.Vtn
..2rt.3i 4fs.li0 2SI t'5 SX.C3S
.. 7" "II
2- ,'J 122 "JO
M " s)
Stocts of Ornin in storr
To-diy. Yes'd.y. Last. Tr.
tVlieat 0,3.21S (,.3t.3.s3 2,(75 17S
Cort r7.14 50 2 f CO
Oats 41 osa 63. V) l72l
Jiye 4.7S1 4 ".-( :.t2
Earley 1S.2U ls.174 911
No 3 red 2.S27.SCI
Na 2 hard
No. 2 corn .... .,
No. 2 white corn
No. 2 oats
No 2 waits cats
No. 2 r
Shipments of Klotir.
Et. Lou!" 7.KJ bbl.. CJilrajo. 3T.5"iO bbls.; De
troit. H Lbls.; Jlllnacev. 10.W1 bbls ; Jlln
nap.lls. BD.iis hbl".: N'ev Vork. 6.4W nl.Is. and
20.Vj3 tks.; Usltimote. 7.112 bb:-: i'iillndelnila,
7.M.4 ska.; Huston. 15,71s cks.
Tiocal Fruit, Vegetable, Poultry,
Egg and Butter Quotations.
Pt. Locls. Monday. Oct. 23. .
The produce markets vtre fftnerally iju'ei t7
dar. but pricey wers as & rule well malntainei.
iUcelptu were not as heavy as they have been
i ranlnc, but thers ws the usual Monday lack
i or aemana. ana oatn irippsrs ana iocj Buyers
v-rie inclined to l.o.d oa.
Potatoes were dull and slo-r, ivd thers was
prrctlcally no dmand for Northern rtocks. Re
ceipts cf Northern jvtatoes were moderate, anl
tempts cf horn grown were lleht, but or;erlnir
were in excess of the requirements anil yrlcn.
wtie woalc Receipts by river were heavy. t,nd.
ovlniT to the lbrht demand, many or the oSfer
trs were tLmld.
taiuliilower continues scarce and Arm.
Timatocti wer ull and unihanred. wltji of
fcrlngB ample for tlis lemand.
faweet pi.tto('3 we:e weak and lower, as of
fe Ings were llUrai. and there was scarcely try
Ctre plant was dull anl slow, with offerl-gs
Onions were quirt nrd nnchanged. OiTerirgs
w.re again heavy, while there was only a lita
Ited de-raad for choirs tt cV.
Cabbsgo was flnn nnd in trod demmd. Offs--lrgs
wcrs ligut. and all kHUj of cabbags s..ld
Celery ws dull nrd ertcr, and othsr vege
tables were dull nnd un hanged.
Art'len wcro In good dtmtnd ard the market
was firmer. Itecelpts both of Eastern and hom.;
nown wer llchter than they bait been run
ning, and (reretally ef better quality. Choice
fruit was scarce snd in cco-l demand, ar.d com
mon stock tret with ready sale, at better prices
than havo been prevailing.
Pears wera scarce and In d'manl. with th
exception of Klefers. which were ileatlful and
Pf aches wcr- dull and slow, with both demand
ard effcrtrgs UpM.
Quinces were dull end mv-hinged. with offer
Irps In exces of the dmand.
Crab apples were quiet and steady.
Crapes were quiet, and steady at uneharfed
priceei. Offerings were moderate, and there was
a fair demand.
Oranges wtre s'ndy at uncharged prices, of
ferirrs were amp! Tor tfie demand.
Lcrrone were dull anl slow, with offerings lib
eral end the feeling rr-ry.
Collfomla fruits were flrav and grapes were
1-ive poultry was dull and unchanged.
Rcce'pls pi young chickens were heavy, but
there was a fair demand, and most of the ofer
trss were sold. OM ehirfcers were plertlful anl
weak, as the demand was slow, but prices were
Turkevs trere in limited demand at PsturdTs
prices but ducks and geese were dull ard slow.
Visus were quiet and stcsdy at un-hanreil
p-ics. Cholie, ft cnlves were In limited ds
mand. but othe- klns were si w.
sheep and lembs were dull and unchanged
Game was quiet nnd steady. Rrc!pts w-e'e
rroderttte and generally cf poor quality, but the
demand was also quiet.
Vveol was dull nnd slow, with no enVaH.
chsnre In prices. There was practically no d
msnd. except an occasional lnqulrs for bticnt
rreiiium. and holders were not anxious to s-ll
RIt.es were steady and In trocd demand at ur
clianped prices Receipts were llsl.t, tr.d all cf
f iricgs met w 1th ready sales.
The market was again quiet, but f.rra at un.
chan&ed prices. Receipts were light ar d thlp
ments wtrs heavy, but th local demand was
Choice fresh receipts sold at ISo. loss off, but
cold etorago stock was slaw of sate at less
Receipts at Ft. lyiuls to-dy were 1.CSI cas-s
and shipments were l."21 css.
Butter The better grades of butter we-w quiet
tr.d steady, but low grade were dull and
ek. Quotations: Cream rj 17xtra 2ac; flreis
li-iuc; setonds iec lalryi.xtra ISc: ilrts 17c;
greass 4B414c. Country hion-packed iii,c ror
gid to iSlic fcr poor. Ladle-packtd Hxtra ltc;
Chrese Quote: Twins UUc; singles llV.o: T.
A. ll.c; New Tork ll'iic Llmbergfr 104ffllc:
Swiss 14ftl3c: brlcK lltjli'ia. i'oregolcg are lob
3Ilrourl s. Illinois
Med. clothln.-13 flS'-4
Uraid and low.li eiS'i
liurry t ciear
mixed 17 Oil
Heavy nil- ....11 fl3
Tct.. 1. T. i Ok
Medium 11 t?lt"i
Coarse 4 low. .13 hi
Fine medium. .14 it 14
Light fine ....It tBli
HeavT flue ....11 12
Dakota. A 'Wie'tern
Bright med ..11 uii
Dark medium. .14 jt6
Pine mejlum .14 tali
Ught rLne .14 i:5
Heavy fine ....12 U1S
e. s X- SDUth. .
iled. (fleeced). .15 tjiisvi
t (.loose) . 18 6 IS' j
sr .. .14 gli
No. 1 29
No. 3 23 T24
Hurry IS tfM
Angora goat hair
Clean A clear..HtJ2a
Hurry & clt-
ted it en
Slightly burry.13 (jL'J
Hard Durry ..li'tarii
l.liht One ....IC 17
Heavy nne ....13 i14
Iamb 14 (tin
Wisconsin & lilwa
liraid & cloth-
Irg IJ C1SH
fiem bright ....15 17i
Dark IS tllf
Fine medium.. 13 4fl.
IJght line ....14 trlS
Heavy nn ....n w
Kan-s & Neftraska
Dark 4 sandy..l4 HIS
1 1x1" rcuiuui..!. I'.in
Light nne ....13 fi!4
Rlack and seedy from 4c to Cc per lb. lesa
Pork firm: lard higher.
Pork New standard Jobbing f. o. fa. $13.
lrii Choice steam K. side J&90.
oreen jiams. r:ie.a-Hfio in ear lots, t
b.. i"ast Side: Hams On basis 7'4o for 16-lhs.
ard 1iQ for lis. New York shoutders at a4c.
rom the block, del.: Run-of-hou;e hams at
7"c: bellies at 7S'c. OS in average.
country laird ssu'tc. according to cutt.ty anl
tilco-Stcarlne Dull at TSc.
Tallow Country No. 1 4Sc: No. 1 4344c:
packers'-diolce 3V. c
Grease small Irregular lots country: Brown
Sc: ellow 3i.c; white S.c, Packers" stock.
aviuaaaa 7..-aj. f CIIU" IIIVK; SOU. S-.OC.
JtTl "all (iiaicia. IL71U. I'laiC S?.ad
market S1U dried at 13c to IS'.ic per lb.; tongues ,
at 13V: ner lb or SS raer doz- 1
D. s Meats BxdIota: Extra short Te; c'rlbs J
TSc: dear aides 7SSc: bellies UffS.c as In '
" " a '
-:s2''-isrtJ'-5."re-3--."a -jt.',-,Ti."'-.av5!v''Je.'?-a1 Vl,-tP"-":v.-''-."'''"'"'
"OKallalptataiiiyi. i ' i te l7i ".! t "till JaJ mm tmfSgjjgtJgfftKggtttK'
Thrace: plates. CSc Dealers charge higher eo
Itaeun Hxd. a, e. meats la a Jobblrg way:
l-re-akfast bacon in- for heav y to 12'-c for fancy
Itght. hairs 9'tiriOac. Cal fornla fc7,3i.c, as la
'rasri "" J. orx n
; - Kxtni el
.'; S f.3c: lWltai
I i!atM 'c. as in a.
.sew vorx snouuers .c. i-iani sinoneu
charts s'.c: ctids i-.c, clear
S'.t'9'.e. as In average:
rare- iilate. THe. Dealers
ciarce iuuer on smau oners. x
IIIPEWhen sold round: Green-salted l"1,-;
Dry flnt. lSc; Tna 13'-r; dry salted i:-c. TJn
curtsl lc less than eurl; part cured 4c Ien.
IVhen sld en election: Grfen salt-No. 1 e; No.
3 7C Iiy ntnt-Nn. 1 lfc No. ; j(o; hull JJc.
Hru !! anil (rliim ftev..-.)t1 X.- 1 s1 x.
j 3 lc- ..,... n...!- ... T-..1.
.. ,i!J,.:,. " ' r""-
I I.TVB WULTltV Avence receirts: Tcuns
l tt:-ke 64c ' hlckens liens . old rocsters
i :'o. souni: m.ti-r ic jwu f., Uie !(;.
r.s ard tnual a (WTZe per doz. Geese tc. Spring
, -!' ' '" "1 at -..C, sr It.
IIAMI: ijuole selettd. sweet stork mil'"
1 llutks per doz. MilUrds K.to. red hids 1.M.
'''U' ''E teal t:. rreen-v n tal Jl.Ti. iimu
' lo ks S6. m'xert SI U) Wilt eeee. e.uli. CiKrTV.
' 1 k '""IPs H'O. pl-irer 1 ti w.k)'oek. Hrce.
i J7 de. r csrcus-e. ier lt . li ; enl n sa.Mles
' -. ril.blir. r-r doi . SI 5. lick rabbits si-o,
soulnrl 5oune. svr: .oulTi . ol L Sic
1 liixs l.K;-Vi ite at .-? it doz. for
mill! t.i wi' for medium, aid SI for Hrae.
VI-lJ O olee eiiiall fat 1119 to 1M lbs.) ..t
Sc per Tt.. bavv do (HI to 170 lb ) at ' e
per r nere-ies. roucii anl thin, at ac Sheip
I ftl.d leslllrs dull r ?Ucfli thin i-wm anl
lurks at Z-?'? per ll Smnrr l.imb is
' ? to tte j er lb. for choice, to to tS lbs ; beck
I I rln St'lSf
! rnll uuil Vi-erlnlilt-s.
.l,l,Li:s-I.en Pav.a rime
Si Zi for fair and
j. ..th-r Western
i i. vii uuote- i;ell-r at SI r to i2 per but :
Cheldi n and ducheis at SI IMiX. Near-by Kelfer
uju.ir i In baFkit
Ql INCEri-Ilon.-e-nn.wn ft ro p.r bu.. I-o-e.
Consttned lits New nrk at U i2.. pr bill
.'-' Al;PLla-V. quote choice llj.los at
. .tv VO fV ITT UU, 1,3,-i.et.
I'tLHnRMA rltl'lTi -3u"te: Penrs eekel
at St 2-l 2j tsr , box. and other varieties at S3 j cars of wheat os -nlnst ss tho co-re-V13.2E
rr 4 lb. lix Tokav and Cornlehrn erapes ' ta" "' wr.e.i. as against i.ie CO. re
st 'I 4ifil.i isr U- b. crate. Utah Italian prunes
.r two nrilerl robi at Z'tc tr7c per 30-lli. imx
OKANOKS Quote: Mexican imatador brsriD
at S3.73 i-rr Iix on trk ar.l at SI In a Jobbln;
ray from store; off tork b-s. Sale 1 ur Mex-
lrn tin bad order) nt S2.4I per bo on trk.
I-UMONS-Quote JUrsIra X3 6MI4 for 3C0-
e.x. and at J4 VQi for 305-sIze California at
CKAPi: FRL'IT-Quot: Jamaica. SI
per I ox
1IANANAK Quots at Sl.rC3L75 per bunch, on
,J,-?.IlArrLT:.s-3" Cut an at 11.7) per doz
COCOANlT.-i-Quotarls at S37.M per 1A-In
a smill v , at per 1V
CItAMiFlliJiiRs-in fair demand floot to
c'.Cte'.i:'.TES! 'r ,,!'' Inferior Ies.
I'OTJTi-n-Qinle cliclre Northern In bulk en
trk . rturlarl: at 33ff:i rc-nl at 3ofi3iV- poorlv
culled anl lr.fe-jo' stock less. Homc-crown sell
.;. r-.r k ;ne .V.ej .,''. J i " - 'f
receipts Vy" ftj,7 n"m ISr-t". XeV
nt, imise ircm farmfrs- waccrs at . f
rtl-V ,r. 1,K ."y.c pmi ou.
I ."?", Qiinte the nrp- a I r fY rf Of
'"fOT'tce red dole-: elIow at 4.)4 t.
t ?,.,, V1 Ho"arl . at SUSi:. Ited cabbn-r-
I ull nn1 nopilnsl nt sr, re- tm
iC&JU' ' t0T faIr U ch:lc rJ, fharreil
t.'i I li:V Otlole e-nl t.. e,n .l.ti. I.,M.
Bt SOil'i Ier d X- .Tnjlll tn m.-tltim n I IHAt-j.
I hentel Brd dtmarct le . Mll.lieeen nu. Irnn.
i talnlrr f.v,as doz.) nt Wff S.- per cas Celerv
I roots fiuotabTe at 2fi2
hTKl.Ml HIJANS-l'.liaifflM tftl. .tlltt at -tv.
j per h.ilf-St'. t a-et for fit wax. lIome-zrtlwn
! ..II. - n l ... .
-...., ... .n- .... ,r 1U. iO?e
- I.IFLOVVi:it-Quote Vllch'can at $2J2 W
T-(TVr.c;ns-lIon-e-rTOwn s-lllmr at 75c7St
ler h l. U ce
W'TAPAGA1! Quo'ahle lv bnllc et 2S,327o per
t" dvi On e.-ers nt SI.27. ivr-r thL
lIOnsLUAlMMl Quite h.iT.e-gTown at S( per
rll rn ordeis
SVI.T lllrg K. sli-- Vlmn at SI 1. gran
ulated at SI per Mil. Wcrtli fc per tbh mro this
fOTTON!rKr) Oir-Purrr'er Tel:ow !e. white
tv. w I"ter vellow 41c and shl'e 44c
SVVTET I'OTATiVrK-liome rro-n r"-Tr'a
jell at 31330 nnd nanemond at 23vvc ner hu.
ii''.'", at ""- Per I hi. for IJermuda, anl
S2?i Ur nr.e-norid. in rrd'l-e.
t'YRROTS Nut'iem dull It 63e per 11 Us.
trtilk On order". SIM per Ibl.
ni'MIIO Homo-grown tell-nc at JJs to SI ier
lirrrrs ?eii at S1.!S pr ttl. ca orders
TUUNIP!-Quote home-grown at $1 per ISM.
SArnRKRAUT-Juot I.Ms, at S3.C3 half bbls
at St.?? (fancy hand-made lc more); traail ordfry
R sriNACH Home-grown idling at ITo per bu.
IC XI .V 11miia.miH call .. t t?i n h.
.. ..... -..v .. -..,wi a .... . n u- -w '- m.
r.'-.TTL'rB IIome-iTowa idling at 13223a per
P'i'KMNO ONION""? Ouele home-grown whits
ct tl per I lf-bu. bat-ket.
GAIttlC Quitai !e at 4ft3c per lb
SI'VNISII ON'IONS-Q-aotalil at 51 1551. per
lnt5ntVINr;.-FeIl'n!i on a basis ot $1.27.
SCRAP IRON AND METAIe-Iron-AVroueht
4 per 100 It. ; heavr ca"t r;. rteel and malle
rhls He and SDc: stovepipe Jtc; burred IS-?. Pram
lglt 37; heavy Ma Coper SU. lad S3 69.
2!rr J 1 Pewter $12.
rmil-'D rRTJIT 'e qtote: Aprle--rvapo-reted
rlprs i.t 2ltrlc: oilsrter. nt at. .!. ehons
I et '-S'.c. evarsirate-l peeiirts at ',c. run-dried
; CiVa-lers at 37i3t?e. cli-ipa f r.d peelings entlrelv
rominai. i "caches iancy vaporated urpcelcd
ha ie st Ce. sin-dried at IUfi;;c.
Kr.IKl) CRHEN" PKAE Jcbi'nc fre-a store at
"""1 30. Scotch at SI JOtJI.K: spilt SI.4J.
HITF. DEANS Choice h uid-slcked pe,. b-ars
In a iorhing nay from .tors at X232.10 serened
c rer lb. let-s. "WeEtern at S1.C0. weevily less.
Jjrra beans al to per Il.
1IONET Ccrnb at 15c to 13Sc faner white
clover 14!515e: Inferior, dark and broken les.
13xtractad acd "tntineal In libls. aV3.t-.c. in car's
ttsi- per n htcher.
CASTOR OH.-In lots cf 333 cal c evr. at
lie pe lb. for No. 1 and lOtC for No. 3; snalltr
qrnr tit!-, lc per lb. more.
COOPEII'-TurFS In cor lots en trk.: stive"
Crttonvoctl flocr Ibl. $8.5it7: No I Slsll S:
half bbl. S3fl3.W. reer keg T.K1H: lard trs. JH;
t o tt ViA. SIS. Headings, 1 er set No. 1 fliur hbij.
fn mill nn 17t;-lriCh ftork for apple bMs. ot 5c
No 2 do. SV.atc: lard trs. (!: ror!c libls 13c
Fhaved hocps llcur VX liS4M for cooper:
S5 'or Iloosicr: half bbls. $3 3a, cell-I ejm (
foot). Si, oak lard tcs., jooper-staved SISS;
pork bbl S3.
rnc-prilair We quote larl tcs at 11 13-l-ork
bbl". ?V: do. half bhls. 7; slack work
round hoop fl.ntr bbls. 3Cc, fl.t hoop do. 33c, hslf
bhl &. 2"ic. meU this. 20c: produce or apple tbls.
lR.THP:nS-Qulet and uiehnge.j. -rev ml,...
I O.-Whit 4c in small and 4S- In Ierr s"
rray Jfo, vthlte old SStTJ-: X 2il)-, "v ji
2 VXX lOSillc. XNX C Tare 2 ye- cent
fir lars- to 1 per cent fc- "mail kr. Duck
v-M'e Vc, dark ITtfc Cllcken-Ni-w 4c.
PHFCP PFLTS-ruIl ) s:ts at Uie to SJc
according to amount of wool on tlem. limb at
SSfiW Southern 23'7V: thn rllngs at 2ff33c. Drr
stock fallen. tc. Syio i-er lb. '
IJERStVAX We ouote at 2P4e per lb. fcr prims
liEKRhKlN. KTC-Prlrr- eleerskl-ns sic p-r
lb.: Texas at Sc; antelope 11 Jo per lb., roat 2j
to 31c each kids and damaged out.
ROOTS Glaeng ranges from S3 23 for verv
sma',1. teppy. jtemmy etc.. to S3 30-T3.73 for rc-I
and $4 for lanrc. I.v slln-er at 7c. neca at
ISc; pink ?t He: rolden c..l at 43c: May apnle
at 2'4c: make 3c- whits insk- at 2c; button
srsjte 2c; bark 'is: Angelica ;'-c: nahr.v-1-isrk o
root tc; lr"rk of tr 2Sc: I1I50I iWe. tlu-r.ez; 2c;
skull-cap leaves Jc; sassafras bark 4c: wild gin
l.IVSKRn Olf-QuetnMe jer gal.: Riw at 73c;
boiled at a4c le per gni le-s In car lots.
RItCO f COR.V-n enly fair dernanl. and prices
tu ay. Quote the ranre nor- nt friim SS0 rr
ten for common to Ja for prime; exceptionally
nlc hmh wcul 1 hrinpr more
WIXHS-Choice bleached lit SIC per ton; other
klr-is from I1 to I3
R.G-s. ITTC. rer 1"0 Ihs.: Country rars at 0.'.
Old rope No. 1 and madia SI. 60. No. 2 Sjc Rub
Liberal OiTerlnps nnil Heavy Receipts
in Transit Mnile M.vrlect Weak.
New York. Ott. 22. IJve poultry receipts to
day were 12 cars Western. Jobbers carried over
4 cars moro and. with heavy receipts tn transit.
tha market waa weak and liner.
Chickens 8c, fowls 9c, roosters Sc Turkeys
Fair to good S6l9c Ducks Western prime, pair
e;5j6jc Ueese Western prime, pair 11.1251.37.
limwd poultry receipts to-ey 1.1 raas.
These wera n-aterlally In-reascd by a large
quantit) carried e,,tr tivm last wevk Weatli r
l.aa turned .mill and unfavonb.e. and while
stuck is arriving lu pretty smJ coniltfon re
ceivers aie anxious to keep It moving, as tie
outloek Is without murli promise There was
a stiong effort rnade eafly fa tlw das to reali2.
H-c on prime Western scali.d chickens. w:ui
out leading to acy ba!nese. and Va: 'bareams top
far the be.t. though a lew tilem were reported
spring turkeys Av erase dry picked ll$fi2c:
scalded lOVllc Old turkeys Avsragt be"l bers
lcc: broilers. Western fancy, under 4 lbs., to
Itr. 13'iUHc. averane bent llal-c. Chickens
Western dry picked fancy 3!c. average kVitiSc;
scalded priire .; fair to good Slfc; soutii
wc.tern, good to prime. !&'-?. Fowls w e.lern
dn picked, averuge 1 rime, tfis'ic; scalded ?c:
ISoutl.em and suthaestern Sc Old cocks
Western 6c Spring ducks Western aifldc
Chicnsco Poultry luotatlons.
Chicago. Oct. 22. Dies.ed poaltry dull; rar
kcya 9c; chickens Sc
Ilutter, Cheese ninl Eggs.
New Yoik. Oct. lilhitter Itecelpts 7.334
pkgs.; firm; creamery 16j22 2c; June creamery
Ue21c: factory 13lc Cheese Itecelpts 3.344
Pk.s.; firm. Large white lf.c. small white lie;
laree colored He; small colored He. Kggs He
ceipts 8,160 pksrs.; firm. Western, regular pack
ing, at mar. 16Si9c; Western. lcs$ ott. 21c
Minneapolis, Oct. 22. Wb-at No. 1 hard 7!e:
No. 1 Northern 7tHc; No. 2 73 tSrtl'kC: Dec 7SSc:
May 7s-.C;7iv,c. Hoar Prices are quiet, liraa
easy; balk bran S12J13.23.
London, Oct. 22. There was a good all-round
demand and prices w-re steady at to-days ses
sion of the wool auction sales. The number ot
bales offered was 11.213. Klut scoureds were
eteady and medium Inferior grades irregular.
America bought suitable merinos and greasles
and the Continent Ut.ght merinos and scoured
wuols. Capo of Good Hope and Natal wool were
dull. Competition was good for Tasmanlan
greasy ard Victoria greasj. and coarse cro.j
ticdtt wtre actlva. and firm. Hroken sorts sold
readily. The following Is the .ale In detail:
New South Wales. 2.) bales; scoured SdI
Sd" greasv SUtjSd. Queensland. 1.200 bales:
scoured 7dSls :.d. creasv (s.a9al. Victoria. !.&
1 bales: scoured suda:. jt-rt. greasv taum..
soutn Au"ira:ia. imu bales: greasy Mjjn. -ras.
mania. 400 bales; greasy 4fi lod. New .ealsnL
a imt tntesr cmurbi mcim tia. .., ii.Fnv..i
Cape cf Good Hope and'Natal. 400 bales: scoured
Is IVrdBIs 2d; greasy 4S5d.
RULED VERY DULL
WHEAT WEIN'T BEGGING AND
Corn W.os Finn and Higher Oats
Improved a Trifle Provi
ChlcaRo. Ill . Oct. 2. Dullness of a most
pronounced tjpe prevailed in nearly nil the
FpecuUtUe market. more especially
wlieat. and na that commody occupies
much Aaluablo Epace and ties up much
money In carrying. It commences to eat
lt own head off the moment It ceasea
advancing, and It cannot advance with
out demand. and that was to
day cnnIcuously absent. It declined
from ;e to ,tc Corn was dull, but firm
i and hljrhor. Oats Improved a trlfl aU-o
a,,,J PrvisIona closed about tho same as
Liverpool for wheat quoted futures n
trlllo blither nt tho opening. In sympathy
with which trading here started about a
notch nlKive Saturday's closlnir prices. The
world's shipments to Europe were 6.9iO,KO
bu . or more than r.0l,Cl bu. I.-s3 than the
total of the week previous, and the quan
tity on passage to Kurope decreased 4)3.
CM bu. last week. Chicago .received 3
eponumc uay oi me ear Detore. atinneap
olis reported SC carlosGs received ar.d Du
luth (3. as ngnlnst 732 and S9 respectively
the year previous. Hhlcrro-'nts from Chicago
since Saturday were ISlOOn bu.. as against
riwO bu. the corre'tior.dinz tirre cf las:
fj year. Liverpool futures pp-nd up from
' to t4d and the next quotation receive 1
I added another '.,d. The visible supply
ttatement tibout answered the expectations
thut had been formed concerning it. maUInir
it exceed that of the week before by 1,
r03iO bu, which brought the total up to
tS.3n.000 bu. The corresponding week of
, the previous jear there wns an Increase of
i '-W'1 '" '"o vl-lble and the total then
" 41JSIT-. bt... c-r mJ0ivbu. Its than at
LKT.CCO tu.. or 173,(tv bu. more th-n
tho similar day of the ear befcre.
, Shipments from th same points wen- 3i-
(O1 bu.. against aTTtl.On) bu last ve-.tr. ba-
board clearances wire equal In whent and
Hour to C10,tW bu. I.licntc! cioing quoLi
tiocs showed, compared Willi Saturday's,
3.d advance. Iar.s iuiproveel from '.c lo
l'.c a bu. ni-d Antwerp was unchatiK'nl. At
Liverpool Caiiforn.a pot wheat was 'ial
higher, at London Hour Id per sack lower.
Klour brokers retorted a good demand hero
nrd soma buslnesj was done In Kansaj
wheat for Hhipnient.
Specuiativu but.i33 w:is ertremely dull,
neither local trailers nor outsiders appear
ing iticl'ned to do uitythlni;. Much of tho
UullmsM was ascribed to the usual ciut.un
evinced nbout i-lection lime.
The sales for sh'pment here amounted to
SS.OJO bu. New York tcporteil 4i boatloads
fo.d for export. Sp. ctnation, however, was
011 too sir al! a f-c.tier to p-iv for otrnlnij o
much wheat jps is now in the vl-lble and tho
market ruled weak and dull ne.tr tha lIosi'.
hie. oiened at 7! .e. and after toiictilni;
74"c sagged to 74.174'ie at ho close of th-j
tes-!on and close-d at "I'.c sei!er3.
Corn was Pnr.er and hicher. The weathT
lamed v."ct in the eotn country, .nnd that
was. of course, a point in favor of tho bulK
who made the best ot It. Local rcci.pl";
were C'tJ cars, as agi!nt IM a. jar aco. and
ishlpmuiis hence hCfsWl hi .ns compared
with 7I0.CO1 bu. last 1 ,ir. Total receipts at
the chief Western markets wrio uz.f) im.,
und shipments from tho same Wi.OjO bu.
Tha aine places Inst vear received 7C5
bu and ehippeil I,071.e0u bu. Tho vl'iblo
Liipplv decriaatd 017.C0O bu, m.ikln';
tha tot.ll S.914,0"j i,bu. Lnst year at
the- Kame time there was Sw.0. hu. de-
fre.ied and the total thn was ll.OCO.'njO bu.
Tha quantity en ocean paago lncreaeed
ttrioo bu., making th- present total .Ms,ti
bu , S3 analn.st 1D.8Z!.1'0 bu. tho 5 ear before
The day's exports fr im the sunboard wern
tl3,0i0 hu. Chicago has now In public ware
houses 2.S1U00 bu. Oct- wat easily ad
vanced by a little buying fcr account of th-j
principal long. It opencl at 4":, ro-e to lid
nnd clo'-ed at S0c Nov.. which left off at
.T73c Saturday, started at 37;ic, roso to 3i',.o
and closed at 3sa3ilic
Oats were firm In trj-mpathy with tha
strength In ceirn, and whllo businc) was
light and prices hatd to move, any chai.ga
durlnif th day was in an upward dlie-c-tion.
Loral rc!pts were 175 cars, a' com
pared with -74 a jear ago, and shipments
hi-nco were I76,liC0 bu.. an compared with
STUtyi bu. Tho seaboard clear.tncea wero
fin.ill. New York being tho only port re
porting shipments, and it only equnle-l 1".
0. Tho vLsSblR supply Incre.nsed 73 W) bu..
making total 12,3I0,at) bu.. or about louM
what it wa3 last jear. C.74I0fi0 bu. bIntr thu
totnl then. Local rcyclpts for to-morrow
were estlmnted at 27.". carloadsu Fluctu itlons
In Deo. oats' wtro within 'Ac rai'K;. the
lowest bclnsT 12' c and Iho hitchest 22'.c, an I
it closed at H'.fi-J-'.c, or midway between
tho narrow etteci'3.
Rye was Ko lower for tho Dec delivery,
which closed t CO'tC s-ller, the only trad'
mde. Spot No. 2 thr-uigh billed enld at
ff. No. 3 to go to store sold at 4jc and
No. 4 to eo to store nt 17,-c Shipments
10.? bu. and export out of New York noth
ing. Visible .supply nmcunted to 1 107.f00 bu..
an lncreape of 331,009 bu. Quantity of ifraiu
In loc.il clmntors amounted to ala-OOa b'l.
and last week the same.
Itange of ruSttrcs.
Ccrn Ott .
Nor . ...
ii-... ... ....
Mesa rork O-t..
! . 21-r23
Nov... .... .......
Jan... ...... 11. t3
lyrJ Oct ........ . . .
Nov e S7H
Bha-rt Rlbs-OcU. r..37'i
11 47'4 11 41
Iteceipta nnd Shipments.
A decided change In the barley sltuntlon
developed. The market was very weak anl
from lc to 2c lower for h11 grades be
cause of the extremely large receipts. 2J1
cars. A fairly good demand existed for bar
ley, but ns the new arrlvalo were fo heavy
considerable grain was carried over as un
sold. ItecjInW were 221 cars and shipments
32.2'tS bu. There were no exports out of
New York. Withdrawals from store wore
2.211 bu. of Northwestern No. 4. VMMi
supply was 2.9A000 bu.. an Increase of 217.
000 bu. Supply at local Warehouse's amounted
to 9.W0 bu., a decrease of 2,000 bu.
Kven with damaging weather In tho
NorthweM. tho market declined 4c because
of the heavy receipts.whlch were DO cars.AI
tbouh prices were in favor of buyera, only
a small volume of business was transacted.
Spot seed was also much depressed and off
as much as futures, with but a small trad".
Spot No. 1 Northwestern sold at J1.S2.
and Southwestern sold at 51.81. and closed at
JLM bid and SI.SI sellers. Oct. finished at
J1.S0. Nov. retfd at S1.73 bid and JL7a ecll
er Dec. closed at 11.70.
Shipments were 44 cars. Minneapolis ar
rivals were 273 cars, against S lnst year.
Duluth received 120 cars, and 1SS crs a
Timothy and Clover Seeds.
Very little timothy seed appeared on this
market. Samples were quoted at J3.."0 to
J4.40 nominally, and futures at 34.40 nominal
ly for 0"t. delivery. Receipts, were 2,240
pounds a. id shipments 43. '.Vi pounds.
Cloverseed was reported unchanged, with
hardly anything don becnuse of the dark
ness which prevailed In the exchange. Trad
ers declined lo transact any business, fear
ing that they could not properly Judge tho
quality of samples. Satnples wero Quoted at
J7.MS10 per cental, nominally. Receipts
were 11,010 pounds, nnd s.hipments nothing.
Provisions were firm In tone, but in the
end prices were left about as they were
Saturday. Local run of hogs was S3.C")
head, and at the chief Western packing
places tho aggregate, was 51.100 head, against
00,400 the corresponding day of the year be
fore. Estimated rectlpts for to-morrow were
2J.W0 head. Liverpool quoted lard Gd higher
and that commodity closed here at the sixmo
price as Saturday. Ribs lost 2Hc for Oct.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York, Oct. 22. Flour Receipts 9.9 bbls.;
exports 2S.224 bbls ; sales 7 pkgs ; very slow
and weaker to sell, following the depression In
wheat. R Cour steady; salts ZM bbl".; fair
to rood S3.10S3.:): choice to fancy tJ syTS-7.
ltu.''kn heat n&lir oulet. t lfo?Sr n.irV.wbeat
uuii. wjoi'no c, i. j. i ornmeai nrm; yeini..
Western lie; city so. 1,'randywlno SI lirtl.CJ
llje tlM.ly. No. 3 Western K'2c t. o. b. afloat:
State SlULOc o. I. f. New .ork. Parley dull:
f-tdiac itjli; c. I. f Ui-ffals; malt'ns tirIc.
Itarley mt.t dall; Wertein f:-nc. AVsiest -H
Hpts Smw bu ; ex,M.rts I0-..5IC ba : ssles I.
StNi.yo bu. futures, lM.nOo bu s(iot ipot easy:
No. I rd TS'.e f. o b.atliat. :"c eleatr:
No I Northern llullith Sr.c fob all.t. No
1 hard nululli STHe . t) b. aRiut Ol'tlons
C'p-ncd firm el foriltrn uylrt:. small world s
shipment, nin In tb- Northw n anil lo- al cov
ering. Mibeniieit!r decline under a liberal vis
ible supi ly lni-reiii anl real z nz leas weak
ul liQi.t. ret decline, alarch fz 2-!fi4i2.c clol
:'c: Ma- ',slc. cli,l S.itC.: ck.1. closed 77c:
Il-c. 7H i: 1079 3 ! c! e. 7Sc tlirn- 1
iclpts KIS'O lut cspcrts I3.3W bu.- sales HO1
bu futures SW.iTlO bu t Pit firm: N. 2
'6'rC elevator and t,c f r, b. attont Option,
nfter a steady opening with wheat developed a
scite of IKt shorts and advanced vlcorouly
Istir in trie dav. Iiemir heli-c v stormy we-ither
nnd pronectH of -mailer reie'pt. ci..-d firm at
iii-r'rc adnnee. vr tv iz I H'iis... eloeil 4rc;
Ort Cl f e.1 4 ! tlV.fit; n.'O cl.v.c.1 4'',C
No 3 Wl'te -S'.c Ia ', riisv.e.... iul!
'"I, 'J. - rtlme T -s. Oct fs7a. Dec 33:
MiireJi $C .0 Oil urrhin-c.1
t.lvrrpc-1 ot Ji. v. he-t-Snof No 1 re.1
uetem r-lntee firm tm tir.i vr i sn.,a,.,
1 fiit'i-it run i-i .-i. .-vo 1 ("HirrmlS d'lll. tit1 d
I fn'jires nulet Per fs -,i: ja,b. r, - ro-n Spot
""' .Vmerle-r t-'v ' rw . r'ld- futures
ten.lv Nov ir V.- V-r 4. l'ld Ja,n 3. lO'-t
Tai-il Vroertesra VT In psl. StT"'lr- 'S S.J.
r Itiiiwul o1Jul! refe-l .r t In lhl" quiet ;
ab iiilders Soiuar- iemlr 23s 91 The lm
. t'Tts of whest eto TJre-nool Ist week" we-e 79.
I !M eui'tars fro-n Mlnn't- p rts an.l 1"J) from
rt!e p."i- imrort- ,,f eo-n finm Atlantic ferts
Iil trak were TW i-narters
Kurt. iltr "o Oct vv-sf.rt.,.. c;!:c-
;I"r.'l?",' "h ,-t 2 'sr-! r-nv; No. 3 rsfl
i trj- ;r 2 r-I feiTtr, Vo ; rtfVf c- ne.
;v,c Viv "I' i-c cnn v - raleeii 373le:
, tl.ll. -i;(t. !,. vo ? rc ir.se- -).r.fe
I tlmoib.. . ,, rr,rie s- nnt'er-a-yesm-
jr, ic-s". ..i-,- e,Pr j- re rrh 13"
P-eit.t. WMcst -M-A. .-jnn. ,,rn ,,,.
?V r-iepIS- Mil's. -IVaf. rr, ,., ,.,,, -n,0
" en-lcai-n Oef - , ,Kt-l' ST- irere -is foT-
' I"- FT"II--Dllll saa,t ..-,- W"hr-t- V
' T1; ".T ff-""-' "'" 2 red "II ' ; i-n-Vo 2
'el'e s n a, ,.iiw AM r it O-t- Vo
, ? " -c- No r-li'te. 5t'-4"-,ii.e Vo 1 wh't- 2T7
' " 'Z . nl-y', S "' - PTt-v-rjo.s feeling
" . ll- In i-hialee m-PI-i; tCtJ-V. rissa-ect -
1. 1 !. No I -'-l1 -.fe ) Cfi.Wl -a
r-'ru. Ilmo'ha- see." l rapevl'loras V'eS
, n V -i- ,ll jti V(j,, . j,.,. -,.- Wl, It
l S" tvut7- e-. -., ,ti. ,t, n 't-jj. ,. lrr
l-'l--l "h-eil.Ter. iV.n-,.1) rv-i".e sXia-t rlesr
rd.s IW...I) t7n-iv tvil'l l.s.'s of v,
I a.nes . "- C. -aarn, J0 Jr f.V no..l.a1
' ,. J'- eo'feetl--e "." V: efr V - J-. r-re-e-,
.entrrct res,!- JlKTr On the r-cdnee Fx-
a-i .Pre io-.i-a- p. l,t,tter T-a-arl:' Tit I'llll-
,r,(r::,'' 'i""1' ,',!,, ,",":'- ."" nrtire.
11 ipft -. r;rr. .a,,,.. e,.,,, ),
TIIC 1.1 II .sTOCIv .RARKKTt.
"taflvcs Stem!. Ta-xniis lroiircr
Ilojrs IHkIiit Wii-rp Menilr.
Ft. Iuls, Mcn.Iay. Oct. 22. 10A.
c....- !". a-...-.
a .119 ............ .......... .......... 3.G17
li.rs and mules . .i.ts-i
CVTT1.H NutlVa. f'nllll. n"lail-. latll. .-Mlna
fn m nat.v source, were rather llrt nnd the
l lailty rule-l qullo r't'n. Heef "upolie wer
iiiui-iius. eniugn n. r good enoner to induce
all trad.-rs tu comtef. but all orf-rings were ne.
4-i tlateu nt rractieally iei,H- prices. Iiutclwr
ctws a..,l helftts chanced h.-rJs on a little lt-
. tir fouiialatiaan thia tho eIoe of It-it week, and
thai j;,ick tattle trade alfo Iookc-I somewnat Im
irowal, veve-al bura lies In Id ortr from the lat-
I ter Mrt of last week brlncli'g more rnona-ythan
veto rid on them then. Calves, bulls and milk
' htli firm.
I Repreentatlt . s.,1.,;
Na Pis. .v Pr.
I Ifieleer. ll.Af.in.il
1 cow ....
4 teiws ...
1 itiw ....
12 cIkx ktr,
It .t ackers
.... tA 3 "
.... I I . (.aj
.... 7m) 1 3.)
..-, 411. l.la)
.... IH I.w
.... H3 Z.
... 7i4 3 ;)
... 761 3 J3
.... Ill 3 23
... t-v 3.J3
... 713 3..J
... 7C3 3
... 740 2 13
... 622 3 10
.isTes-ra .... 12s; 4.701
J-i-te-rs H3 3 3.1
1 cow 13 J 3.0j
1 le-lfcr at t. .1 1
I cow lv 3.23
a reuers ,w 3.
t. tone P-23 3
IS cw at hf'.. M3 2
1 COT 11W 2
i C'W- ) .5)
1 cow 1JW 3 73
J.- nra ffi. nrs.. ,,3 z.Vt
23 rws & hts.. 773 2 V3
la CVVS hts.. 77 2 Ma
1 OKV SU 2.S3
2c-ws n i so
1 cow H0 2 V)
1 cow 7H 2.75
13 lllixrd 7st 2.73
S cows 31 2.77
1 cow 12J0 2.73
II ess & afs.. 73-7 2.73
2 cots 9.M 2 7)
3 cows Vt 2
2 cows fr"5 2 (3
1 coiv Dal 2.1k.
4 cons VI7 2 Ca
1 cow 1110 2.13
1 Caw HW 2.a
eots w: : .
1 C.1-V- HO 2 -t)
hi 'furs 34 2 31
2 cow" Sn 2 ie
fc esiws S..'i 2..tl
2 CCws 3s) 2-30
I cow I0" 2 49
1 cow ;0 2 4)
C cws $14 2.21
43 mixed S-" 2.SS
1 cow SI) 2.23
2 ciws a35 2.27
9 mixed 903 2.23
2 cows ....... 9s) 2.23
3 cow ........ X30 2.2S
... 7i 3.1)
4 stoikers ... 767 z.iti
4 slrkeri ... 7C2 2.i
... a7.-7 S.'iil
... 130 2.S
IU 2 73
li st.srkeri ... M 2.73
2 st s kers
1 helfair ...
2 heifers ..
10 helfe: ..
.. CT! 2.7J
.. OVJ 2.f0
.. t70 ,s.)
-. M s " l
, GJI J
X heifers M2 2.63
aht'fers aSS 2ba
C heifers tat) 2.C3
1 heifer i) 3.35
1 calf 111 c r.i
3 calves 1JT. fa.73
2 calves 113 3 2
1 calf 179 4.30
1 calf l' 4.01
1 calf 2,9 4.(")
1 jearllnr ... ZZi 2.00
je.uil.ies .. na 2.73
1 hull O0 2.7a
1 bull HM 2 73
1 bull X) 2 30
I bull SsO 2 M
1 bull t70 2.40
1 w &. cslf .. 4 1.01
4 nt. : cvs.each 33 li
4 cwH A- cvs.each 2S.M
1 cow 1, calf. . 3-.t)
II on. t cvs.tnrh 34.IM
2 rw z cvs each tl.')
1 cow fc calf. .. -a..f0
1 spnrger ...1050 2.W
1 citv ........ aS-1 2 2G
scows 7i; a :v
S cows est 2.2a
2 cmvs IM 2 25
1 ow S7 2 2i
5 cows 57) 2.23
2 is w. ....... !IW 2 '
Z COWS 1)70 2 ')
... l""i 3 1.)
1 es ne ....... V 3 !!
2 heifers .... 7c 3 v)
6 cows ast 3.00
2 is.. , 920 3 0
Kouihora Cattls Trade rinal q-nrantlns ea.ttls
receipts nttalncd fair volume, ni-mberlrir lClcar
locdn, aif vMch 7f emu fnm the Inllan Terrl
trrj. I from Texa-. 4 from Arkvn.aiN 2 from
Missisialppl and 1 from Tenneai.ee. There was
nothing; carticularly commcrdable aba,iut tn
qu illty. ner win It a class of olferlnss coa.plc
ui un fo- the lick of lu Pining Intere.ta wire
vn li rerrrent'il on both hs-vl and outside ac
tajiant. the tnme-ment nas brlsic at ail times and
prices avrraited a shade strvrsjer
3 lulls .....
Is tnixel .,.,
21 inix.sl ....
S7 cow, .....
4 lUlIs ....
7 bulls ....
21 oxi n .. ..
27 rnixt-! . ..
19 cows .....
Ti cons .....
$ steer- ....
"I CttK ..
11 ca've. ..
2 calve, ...
C7 calves ...
9 calve, ...
Kn i Jh?r ?' S 'F, 2nhl.-7 ' 'l-'n d'mand v i rei-irt.-d Kartv develop
Irk W'.11W,,.?I, W-VC," sc?i ' : m,-r'"' "" " to note anv fluctuations
n-Vf nule" 'r-Xei,"r,enn,,"I;' ..a'r.r.tes.b ' ji 't- V7 W IWWtoJJip
W .tem ssn-d r tnnz tn- o-t cIo.ed ?.' ' ,'J, h7r'i i b""5 of "" !" " '
nominal: re?r,;,vrk;.V??' Vmw !j .& tf-J &-:: J ?
Trtietlrt n fie ""-.Whaii .... i .- m ,J "' tqllc of .. Jl I to S )
rinrf'r.inHTSr: U' K! h',n " - " ..WS irt to BJ M
flits iy"i " lle '.c- Vn r-hn sir-. . li"J 1" "ales reprrv'nt mixed mnl's In flrt
Ar. IT. No. Pe. Av P-
.. !0 SJ.Vi 3 hulls V73 J.S0
..4-3 2S.i 2 bulls li.5 115..
... CIl 2 33 H tulla Ml 2.70
... t? 2 30 2 -tai,s '. 2 U
. . tl't r.Sil (2 cows 731 3 4)
... 711 2 (it 1 con, .i.) 2 SO
.. '1. 2l 2 cows sy) 2D
...lUSs 2 SO 23 cot.. tv.2 2 M
.. 7r. 2 il. j SIS t-cw, Tt') 2 f 5
... am 2, 11 rows OS 2 70
... 7v) 3aWj tlc)a f'3 2 73
.. f74 2 50 170 cow. 771 2.7".
.. H4 t.2i 23 n), 737 2
. 140 6.00 1 row fr-) s.co
.escu 6 00 23 heifers Si) 3 OS
.each R.&l 2 craw. ....... "3 2.10
.each 9 iv 27 h Iters C) 3.10
.each 9 ) 61 1 wi ,i hfs.. "a - 3D
.. 7" 2.'-v. 91 heifers M 3 4'
... Ott I Ojr hZ steers S7 3.43
3 -tcers ..
!) 3 0 '2 fccil. strs .. -r 3 43
1? fetir- C.t -li
K ici-d strs .. set 3.50
4" steers. 901 3 r.)
317 steers........ '-! 3.63
4'1 stetrs 93 3 5
1st steers ....... 926 3.C3
223 steer... .....1011 3 75
3 steers 104) 1.75
3 rleeis t' 3.M
15 ft ers. 734 2.1'S
130 steers. 70i", 3.13 1
r steers 7tO 3 SI
11 steers. 917 3 39
12 rte rs .vv) 3.30
L.. eterrs. elS 3.4a)
"J stetrs 1120 2.SS
1IO..S Ths run of hoes was Prht and con-
s'lurahly telow ire 3Ionday average In numbers.
The quality was not remarkable. The trade was
on a rtrunr ba-Js anl generally Pc higher than
Saturdav. The butchers bought hogs at $1 70 to
SI.&Q. taking loads aversglng 1S7 to 230 b.; tho
shliptrs bought the usual number of pics ar.d
I'rht hogs, and the packers operated freely so
lene as anr hogs were In stent.
The Swift drove. 1.132 hesd of 209 Tbs. average,
cost $4 C9. and tho Nelson Morris ft Co drove ot
&tl heal, 217 lbs. average, cost $4.66. The 9wft
Jt Co. purchase Ireluded the top hogs 214 Ihs
tsverare. at SI. SO. The iiacaers" purchases wsreJ
Cf3.a hlzhtt- than Patuway
Ths built of the hogs, the rigs and the strictly
Inn-grnde efftrinrs not a-on-l le-ed. sold at S4 35
to 51.731,. as agalrst $1.33 to $1 17' j on Saturday
p.gs snd llKht lights. 60 to its lbs. average, sold
a $2 73 to $4 C3. sccordirg to quality; light hogs,
1 to 1W n-s.. sold at $4.40 to $1.75, the bu'k at
$4 3D to $i 63. Jledlum weights, 195 to 233 ITis..
sr.1.1 at $4.30 to SI 90. the bulk going at SI.65 to
$1.70. The heavv culls sold at $1 to SI 45. ind
fair to best heavv heps at $1 "0 to It SO. O00.I
r lxed hogs sold at S4.1t5 to St.7i). and common to
fair mixtures sold at SI to $4.30.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr. No. Ar. Pr.
21...173.. .11.40 1S...1M...H.40 17...22V...II.W
fa....l5t... 4.50 6...I06... 4 SO 12...1S4... 4.30
1? ..ICO... 4.30 t ..200... 4.3 ij 72.. .PX. 4 '5
1 "...212... 4 35 15...2H0... 4.33 17.. .173... 4 S3
41.. 22... 4 ta 21.. .!... 4.60 S7...K6 .. 4 60
IS. .I'll... 4.60 26 ..137 .. 4 61 I7...1S4 .. 4 C
4t ..1'2 .. 4 621J ..Jfl... 62ti 47...240... 4.63
7.. .214... 4.C3 6 ..111... 4 3 S9...i:... 4 63
M...1C1 .. 4.6T, 73...196... 4.65 S3 ..201 .. 4.63
71.. .206... 4 6", 10.. .190... 4 63 21.. .136 .. 4 67
SO .11... 4 61 167.. .US .. 4 65 F2...i!0 .. 4 7n.
C6 ..717... 4.70 6.. .221... 4.70 41...i"2... 4 0
.211 .. 4.7") C7...1CI... 4.70 CI.. .217... 4 7)
R ..2"... 4.70 t) ..201... 4.73 H...1S3... 4.70
!' .220 .. 4.72VJ T1...16S... 4.7IU 6S...213... 4.71
77 .231 .. 4 -3 S3 .157... 4 75 63...14... 4 V.
7.. 16 .. 4.M 75.. III... 4 SO M...20.. 4."0
PHFEP Thft SUOOla- Of Sheet, -ar-a- . e-tr -mftll.
snd the general eiuallty was below the average.
No choice native lambs were on sale, anl good
to choice sheep were scarce. The market opened
vlth a fair cennM. snd trading wa- active, so
lore; n the small supply Ia.te.1. at stecidy prices.
Three to four times the number cf sheep on sle
v- eul I have been onlv a moderate supply. The
stasckcr trade was quiet.
Sales Included lambs tn the mutton trade at
I2.C0 to $5 10. culls at $1.23 to $4 mutton sheep
at $3 to Jl. stocke-s at $2.10 and lambs at $1 73
t.i 2 :-9
No. Pes. Av. Pr
4 Sw. sheen.. ..112 2.3i)
2 Sw. streo lot 3."
J9clpp.l Ark. " 3 0-)
2 3 11
0 . 00
69 4 50
51 2 CO
la lambs ......
37 lambs .. ..
S net. tetp.
14 nat. sheep.
a sioctters .... ia ?u
cull larns 36 4 0) i
r..'1. 'amo""".7 Via 1
124 4, ft)
,, ,u.-, M !"7 '
2 K, 70 1.77 ,
-o cull. 60 1 -. I
to nst. sheep.... j.sr.
C Sw. sbep.... 91 s.
HORSEss-The market had a rrry fair run. and
the force of buyers from the South wis liberal,
but the quality ef many of the offerings was too
rialn. In view of the fact that most of the
Settthern buyers had commls-Ions for the top
kjrds. Owing to the quality, the movement air
- - .
reared to he a little slower eo the plain irrsfles,
bcr ehnlr kln.f. 1..,.. 1lhr9l lt ,. arU.-l irTflne
nhs ranse r.f traces on common to Koi little
Southern oftirlres was SJ5 to S'A and SjS to Si
fcr Rood to cholee, a few nice drivers belnc al-o
neeotlated for ftiuthtrr. dlstnbutlm at J.5 t
S177.W. The Eastern trade was slow. Ilkewl-etho
j:uropan. surHes of tho kind belti llcht aai
criie n rearco.
lliavv drift Comnoi to cooj. J73 to S14?:
fholce to f.icij. siu to S175. Ortvers-CUnra n
to choice S7I to Sl'0. bills SH to $110. r-fttih
horses. Sl to 115 saddlers oromon to chob -.
16J to Sill hunks. I.J1.1 to 1.4 J lbs -iTimrn n
to pood, tm to SS' choice to extra S ) to J1W.
Southern horses-t'onvrcn to Riiod. 15 to C:
III I.HJ Onenl receipts wr re on t ptral.
cbr.lce to extra. jr to vn. Pluc. S1J to SI
t'Ut tho early conn. Is ion arrival al n were
f.nlv moderat. ltrlt b alt. nt- Ie2an ttic lr-s;-ec-t'on
of tho trk mult. riirh1d under the re
cmt ordir. and to this fut wis attr;butsl the
uletn's wMh altenilci lii- trad" In the mm-nio-flon
dejartmrt. .Inbrs beins thus enraf.-l
It was a nomlnallv trady feellnc tint prevail.-!
In ll-u of actlvttv n. chanse twins a;virent
Tbe co'ton mul demcnl on the rieahrs did not
hand,. l"rlie3 alnte bulk rcu-e rep-etent flr-t-
class mulen extm Hnl-h and we gl.t. strictly
fat. practically round and clasa'Ceil.
Chlcagai. HI.. Oct 22. Cattle In'tead of tne
exti-.-lve suiplv that many pc. pie thousht w.uld
ha offeiesi on tins market to-ai.y as a natural re
sult of the rally In prices I st wefc the receipts
ari- In the tn l:hb-rli ksI of IS ! head against
23.H3 ast Mond tr nnd 20.231 sto-uiy a vear ago.
As aaoe.n ft. the receipts w re rf"te on the bulle
tin boanU tlajer-a FUil.,1 In tr liae, and
t ilr aitlve orratlo-s caused inc-s to advanca.
on an avimga, of lis. for c,.s t prime beeves,
tho commoner Kinds lell.rg at st. ad- p-iera Na
tive be-f Mavrs were In d-tnanl at $1,331(4 7S for
the cli.ni.er gradei. u: to $. Km for the best
sliitspinxr steers, with sales largely at a range of
3 2i5 6).
H.s-Tle week starte-l eff wl'h -"tlmare,i re
ceipts of 3l h 'trs. as comiisriat with 31 571 tlt
JtlTaSav and 27 713 en th- corrttponillng day last
jear. Tfierv wis an n-ilvo dinml nnJ prices
rued btttar frrm the ytirt. wit-. ssI". lsrgeiv
n-.uch hlrher than rn Stturdvv H gs sold 1 Tge
Iv at $1 C.1(4 V, t!-e e- r-m .ret falling st SI - l
I IS nnd the best at 11 Hit 9-j' with only a f
'tjN top Ptng aji.t nt J2 73il2.. Iw.sr at
J-.. "1T2 2: and O'Aermnant throw-outs at $10223.
Piss were 13. or mere loner.
Shee.To-dnv' rci cli t. arc e.tlmated at 2-
a-aj i-aaa. airain-t 2'ti last Monrlvy and 11
en 2fr,nla n itnr ni-ra n-iin ,.eii.M n.i.t.
to a largo extent of rather ordinary gra-Ies of
fit en nn.i lamos, p-ices ror the lattor rullnir
lam It 1 t- lower, with slov sales ttVen mm
unehnngel. and prims limbs were snlahlo nrciin-l
a jeW. -vlih rueh offerlnrrs lerr eenrre Th
ruling quotat'sn. ni as follows: Ool to cVs.
fll 73. Hors-neceli t" 4 4). Oiafwl ierrsnd at 3c.
?, ,r-a3tZ...1,ejL'Y ':'' "I'M $473114 72;: tight
I;.,-". rlK i'ili. Sheep ueceirts t.
iyi.'IC "''srke- at tcadr prlc-s. Lies,
II.SV4.. muttons SJf-fH; Blockers an-1 ft e.1.
en 23 7 - culls $2.7tlfi3 23.
r.-ath Omah-i, N-o . Oct. 22.-ClttIe Rec-Irts
4.-'"7 market teady. native f a.ae.-n $ zt',e
K.f-: V."estrn tret, IP?.3: Ttxap steers $.12
4 cows ard l-e.fers fsnr-r. S3172 73 ca-.ren
Jl-"'ir-1: "dockers ar.d fis-der" S3 231 M; ealres
S37-' '" .rul'-. tsp. eti. $3 4.VB4. I!or-Re-cc'p.
2.1.V1- mnrkt fc higher: hetw Jl (0.74 C7"-.-mive.1
;4C0.?4cr.- light jirr o (-. -,;, $3.7175
!?." -""'k "t nlc- SIOVTHCV Ph-exv-Re-elpta
9 r.v,. ntar-tet steadr Wctern -nuttrans $J.S0ii4
stf-k she.-, S2.rfl3.73: Inn.bs $3i7-.33.
N. -V York. Oct "-Hie'l. l!ecolr.I. It er?a
frm at 11Vi713cr. rrr!eeratn Tseee etfrjt. .- It.
PVira-p 12Ttrn; sUpmcnts ro-e. Calvea. Rj1;,'s
i?--F-Tt rrm- T'" Jl ":rKT-!0: little, calve-.
$JW4.t1: rrs-ser J-.t-oft t,: f-M ar-d mlT-1
fslves $2 2f4. Sheep rn-1 lamhs Re,IptB e iy;z.
I?S..,ic?: lower: lambs ;3Tf4Vi lower: sh-sr-T.
$: Myi.30. few exriTt -. SI S.-V3! -;. mm ,;
2 2.: lambs $4 273 n: gecenl ssl-s SSTIS 73:
Cnnada 1-njbs 7 3aS.9o: mils tljl. ITor-n
J.TLI,,N1:,-",,.'.I5t-,itn -a:S: cho'ce fancy
St. Jcwn?!. Mo. O-t IS. Ovt Reet-es JtV
market dull, steady: native. J4.117..fl0- ?7''"-li
3)73 W; eo-r. Bn,i h'l'er- Jtcf I.-;; r-!s $f": r0-
tel!..!n,J..","r-K"'ivr'4r'": toekfrs nnd frl'ri
nW4.49. Ilnrs Reolpts 1 77 mn-ket 8- Mghn
I"?1 R.?JiS"-m,x' H.CTI.7: nvedlum nmi
H-i' "i"73: .lCT nKff,"5: bulk $4.70.
Sheep Receipt. 2.3.73a mirkrat steady.
TIIR COTTOsr -1TARKRT5.
Spe-nlnlIon Declined Tntlcr Prriisre
nrom Rrnm antl Closed Lower.
Ft. Iyiuls. arcndiry. Oct. 22. I5X
Advices as a rule were iuralr.it any advance tn
rslues to-a-ny. and an all.mund deellns tock r'eee
la fatures. which closed at a less at ail rpeciU
tive mtrkets. Receipts were liberal, the weathtvr
Tjs nn or the crop and cables arpoIni!nc.
At LlTerpiiel th market was quiet, and openlnc
rrlres from 3 points eff to 2 points higher, and
et the clete they were 1 to 2 points lower for th
day. while -j.its closed 1-3.M lower. There were
zeveral reiotlnns on this s! during the day
which were followed by great. r losses unde- a
War ore-sure, anl at the clore the market
showe-l a lo, for the dar of from II t polnu
from -aattirdty. and spot, decltred I.e.
Local msrkeu qutet and nnehangei N ssjes.
Otillnary -.... I 1-H
.oiM ordinary ... ....... ... I s-16
va.r.ii aunit .".. 15-H
flood niildlinic .
MMiillcs fair ....
Itercins -lU-lli. S.He rer yard. 2-So. i.js,. ;.
IlV.s "t" ,ron ,lr3 JI :a- " twins Jo per lb.
Warrtcuso statement to-dav :
Net receipts to-ilay 2.904 im
N't rectlpts smco Sept. 1 43 oo Kja.
a.aajj HaVfU IW t ...... ....... I.tt
Cnws receipts sine- Seat. 1 i;v,ti74
Orosa shipments to-day j,ir,-i
Gross shinicerits sicca, Sept. 1 l,".)j
Utoek on hand 974
Ll errcol Marke-Spct easier aril 1.32,1 lower
uplandj. 5 U-S-'d; snles 7.0X. Uiles. Kutues lS?lr
;;eaav O.-t, . S-W b.; Oct.-Nov. 5 10-Utlh.:
Nov.-Dec 5 . 6-04d s ; Pec-Jan. 5 3-6U s., jaK.t
ieh. 6 1-I1 s : VeK-March 1 6.M5U s. '
JV..T lo..rJi ,Market -Spot nulet and 3-i6a lower;
tnlddlir-; t a-i. futures clascd steady.
O'-Ki" High Lew not,
rv.w. eaauJfr. To-day. Bafday. Tedav
i tii-t Tt lf. llh.tT-l.lv sit nnr rnta l.tipaH -in-
nariir- wr-uirs nir" n r-ir to t-oo-i native neth
JT1 . i;y"z, ' :r'J l '"!"''- en., ar! wethers
J- !''!'' to Cl awes tlfi&l M TAr to ucs!
rrels 2 Jiz, corrmon and cull "heep 12 3"
isansas I ity. vio. ( t. 2i-Ca't!-Rece,rU
II) 0V) native- 2 'i) T.ans. im calves. Ai tlv
market at steady t.s Me higher. Natlv- steers
Sti4 54: siorkers an.1 fciers 13.337141: butcher
cows scl befe-s $3r-l f- canners $2.40!M: fe.1
... 9.4.1 9 3.,
,....3i 9 )
..3.2; V 21
...91 S .1
,.. 74 .2.
9 13 9 12
f.I) 9 10
9.'rt f. 19
9 lit lut
97 9 (la
Net rcc-ipls at United States pt ts tnT .j,
davs ni.o,s bole-, aynir.t 12l,StJfor the .ami
,,,n;--,la, Vr' ""O.-Kl 1 yeai Bin" KS!
k.:'? tair. wln.t I.W3.W0 bei. same time
last s-ason Kxriorts for three day. 90.479 balc
aolpst aj.3 fir tn. aam, tlraa. last week, slocx
XX,t " "'si 'sues, acalast J17.73C tale, jast
"w York. fjcL 22. Tfce cotton rr-srlret raa
n.V"?f 2h- w,"lnl ota'r.- ell"S?e,,Sgt maiHT
. ",lS.fJ" ,dlPP"lntlnc and the lucal ccntlngerit
,imi.,hi',ins an, '"I'btlcnal Incentive In ctTt!
tlnued i.irc recelrt.-. feeble Southern .pot msr
?iTL ' .n unsatl.factorv con-umptlcn whllo
inert, was almost entire absence of public specu
ii. Z urPrt- Following th. caning call.
wSi !,J"3r,t a.1!l,, rt i'- P"'""- then,
was a further l5ss of 921? point-. Celling was
arrested by some Indication, that planters in
tr Atlantic. States were Inclined to hold their
c-atton. The temptation to ship cotton frtan the
Southwest, however, remains la force, plckl-.s
taelng still In favornMs progress. The fact that
the weather map shows no change toward lower
temperatures in tbs crop region brought consid
erable cotton on the market, which had been
Jeeumu!atel Saturday on frost prosnoatlcatlcn.
There was little lnrestment buying, however. In
view of the fact that prices have rustatned al
ready a serines decline. In the arterneon business
was dull. Ta market cloed easy. 1-H7I6 paints
net decline. Spot cctten closed quiet 3-16o de
cline; middling uplands 9 -16c: do. gulf 13-icc-ra'es
7() bale. Futures closed easy; Oct. S.2J-;
Nov. 9.12c: Dec 9 10c; Jan. 9.0c; Feb. ..c:
March 9 03c; April 9 07c: May 9.07c; June 9.tiSc;
July 9 Ic.
Liverpool. Oct. H Oatton, mnde-at. bu.lnts;
prices asl-r; American ml.MMnr fair 5 13-161;
g.sd middling 3 121- mlddl'nr 5 17-22.1, low
ml.'dllng I 13-331: good ordinary 4 2T-CId: onllatry
4 33-2M. Sales 70.) bales, of which t(0 were for
siseeulatirm and export, and tncludol 6 3 Ameri
can. Receipts 23.iVii bales. Including 13.2v0 Amer
ican. Futures opened quiet and t-ar-Iv steady;
American middling 1. m e. Oct 5 22-4d h.: Oct
Nov. 3 10-64d b.: Nov -Pec S 3-64J s.; Dec-Jan.
& S-64d s.; Jan.-Feh. 5 1-61 1 s.: Fcb.-March 4 63-CM
.: March-April 4 f9-5IJr4 61-64.1 b.: April-May
4 9-6474 60-64,1 b.; May-June 4 5S-6471 &J-64d s.:
June-Julv 4 S7-C4d s.; July-Aug. 4 53-6471 36-6IJ s :
Aug.-i-ect. 4 :0-64d s.
New Ori-ans. La., Oct. 22. Otten quiet; sales
4 230. ordinary 7 9-16c: good onl nary H3-laV: low
mldillrc S13-lCc: middling 9 3-lCc. good middling
9V-: middling fair 9 Re.-epts 21 !- trtric
Jl6.S0 Futures quiet and steady; Oct. S.S3as.57c
Nov. S.f2s.93c; pe.-. .M'5 He. Jhn. S IliS.I.-c-Feb.
6389 S3e: Jlarch J.SS3 fc; Airll S.S33
S.ESc; Hay .f5t76.Sc. JUnea8.S7i c
Tnriientlntr anil Reisln.
New Tert. O-t. 22. Turpentine firm at 4Ja
Ba-c. Rosin steady.
IIlilcs and Lent her.
New York. Oct. 22. Hides firm. Leether
New Tork. Oct. 22. Petroleum dull
Oil City. ri. Oct. 22. Credit bslances 11.10.
Certificates no bid. Shipments lOMes. average
I3.7C3; rt-ns 12S.739: average 91.71.
KlKln Hatter Market.
I EFl'RLIC SPECIAL
Elgin. 111.. Oct. 22. Ilutter: no offerings, though
many fcuiers present. Official market steady at
22c. Butter year ago. 23kc Sales of past we;k
New York. Oct. 22. The state treat of the vis
ible supply of grain tn store and afloat on Sat
urday. Oct. 20. as complied by tl-e New York
s-ntuuee tvxenange. is a ioiiows: tvneat W.213.-
CO ba.. Increase 1.233.&0 bu.t corn 9H fty. ,
decrease t97.00.) 6u.: oatv 12.310.000 bu.. Increa-a
i' ta J ty' W1',0 bu.. Increase Shot.) on.'
barley X555.000 bu.. Increase 247.00.) bu.
Ness York. Oct. 22. Sugar Raw steady: fair
refining 4c: centrifugal 96 test 4?te; molasses
surar sc: refined quiet.
New Orleans. Laa,. Ot 22. Sugar quiet: epen
kettle ctnuituxal 4 715c: do. white SHo; yellow
GRACEFUL GORED SKIRT.
Design Practical for Silk or Wool
This new eer-n-f-ored skirt is "af.?5
black cheviot and the reams nre O"""-?
with rords of black velvet. These veRe.
cords bid fair to l-come very" S0'1"?,.,"..
season for odtlining tne scams on wauus
9"rr- ,-i. .--.
779J-Lldt" Seven Cored Skit
22, 2t, -0, 2S, JO, 32. 31, S3 inch waifs.
nnd pkirti or us a finish to rrver. eallaztt
iaoes, ruffles, etc.
i This model Is practical for silk; rwret
' r-onl mate-ials. It Is close fitting at
t top and has the correct flare around th;
bottom. TIip fullness In tho bacjt !( laltj
in two plaits, which are stltchd down Hat
, about Fix Inches from the waist Lao. This
gives the effto.t of a habit bacii. with jtracer
rul undcrlyln fullness dialing from the cen-
t trr. .
' The skirt Is cspeclal'.y deslsnenj for wcta-
' en of full proportions, to whom the ltmr.
j-raeeftil lines of t'ua rnrrow gores arts x-
eeeJIr.gly beecmlnff. Tho pattern is cot In
larger sixes than usual, rnnnlnif as high as
' II Irty-lx Inches waist measure.
To mako this skirt in the medium nSarn
' will r-qulre five and or.e-quart.ir yards of
, material forty-four Inches v!S. The pat-
I tern. No. 77!?. is cut In s'zrs for a 12. 24. K.
IS. 30. 32. 24 and 20 Inch waist raeasura.
Any one tvishing the latest style
patterns may obtain them by calling
at ROOM 20. Second Floor, Repub
lic Building, Seventh and Olivo.
tit. I te tV '."!' a
yu. ''-''. ;'."t ?rtsi
1 1 THE nnPCBLlC PATTrRIV COD-
;! TON. ENTTTLINa TO ONE PAT- S
;! TERN .ANT SIZE 03 Na Tm.
, ) Cut this out, fin Jn with waist tceas- 5
; ure. name and address, and mail it
with 10 cents to THE PATTERN DE-
1 1 P.VRTMENT OF THE RnPUBLia i
I ' No, TM. Price 10 cents.. .... years. i
I . ?attl0 ............. a.,a......a iiaaaii , ,.. f
tt-lStJ"! ,o: seconds .".S1."- Molassas trait""!
cpen kett! tS3:ic; vealstfsgil 19a23aJ sirup
steady; mid. 23c
New YotIc Oct. 22. Tfce tradlmf ta erap
orated spplcs was of a haxnt-to-mcicth chu
ccter. th xuarket quiet acJ staaaay at nominally
unchangtrai prcj. ntate Common 4Ffai prtme t
flS'tc; choice fv.5c.a; w.cr Cii'zC CaUfornia
dried fruits dull but stead. Prune- S',!! pe-a
lb., as to size a21 niauitr. Aprh ts RoysJ HJJ
I4c: Moor Park laftuo. PicJt-Peela lt323c
New Trrtc. Oct. 2i Asid frcea llttln Crm
Ees In tm. due trt a riset of lis far that metal
nbtoad, the local tretal market vi. lenerally
e.tll and featureless. Tin ei'sed armer at $31. 20
iiTSJO. LaJts copper wa- del! and unoharretl at
:iS.7p3r7. Pi? ltvji Trarrants srere frail st S9-503
Is. Lead end spelter were dall -rd nernlnail'y un
changed at USTtt sail J4.10S4 13 retpeotlraly.
The brokers' price fcr lead wtijs S4 axd fcr CaTppsr
New Tot, o-t. 22. 3rol T.it dulh Xx
7 Invoice S-16c. mild qslei. Oj-doTa, 361234
Jatures epeced stea-lr at S pelrto detflna an3
further declined t points under advene European
and Brazilian advice-, mntlcusd heivv ireaipta.
with easlr and mry ten S7nt tna-ka-j axti .
eral tendency toward another IncreSaite la ths
world's vtstble sunoly. CI-ms-I stesty at ISia
points net lo-roc. Total sslss S,ao bags, tnolud
Ins net. t.9: Nov. S.Wo, Dec T.J; ilarci
7.23?7.3.ej May T.JItirf.SIji JiCy 1..sj ana flspt.
New Yorlr, Oct. 22. Thii jcartrel not) trust
sp-ned for the week very actltely, (ti warm
weather beta-: a htndrsrce ti the eo.sanjerseaS
rf Joibers' traie. Stecks In first and second
rands remain In geed coaUtloa, with aeeala well "V
said ahead at euTrent valcss. with soma a-a-nt) Tv
turning down fattat-e hutlanstt on account of th
InsMJity cf thel- raflls tn aceert farther ordtrs)
except for delivery In tha distant future. Tha
cettoa market has had little I-Uuen-e upoa trad
ing, as arvnts declare thst unles there La a de.
cld-.t decline there will be no risibility of .m
endlns weakness In the price of piece roehv!
Agents look for an lmprcvercerit after the elec
tion, bet whether there will be a nullcnl ehsnV
at thtt tlm is a quetlsn vrhich few are wiHlns7
fo answer d Islrely In wocders aaj wcrsteds
tnariact ts unchanied. with a (relet ojd sarnre
t-n!ency. erpecially ror men's wear. The tirtnt
Jl',.? V5!.' ha7L.."- m m"5ch Titter coralltlon
IP.? t?f"tordaJ' Trt,h 1's of "h1! amount, Tfcts
,iai' Vs'rTJ"10! on 4-square regtUars rernairis at
3.c. Reports of offers slightly under this flsnrr
are for outside makes and at seconl handa No
business Is In prcK -a In e'ther wide or nixrow
odds, with prices roUtoctlally uacianjeaj,
COURT CANNOT COiWENE.
The Clerk Ts Dead nnd Bie Mitrslral
lias Moved Away.
Stcrgeon. Mo.. Oct. i Tha BtnrsrtKrn
Court of Common ricas met this afterncon.
with Judge John A. nockaday pTesidintr.
but adjourned Immediately until Wednes
ilay on account of not bavin? a marshal
nnd a clerk. The former, S. O. Puller, died,
last week, ard the latter, J V. Kemper,
moved to Fulton last week. Tha court can
net fonvene until Governor Stephens makes)
thee appointments, which, ha la asked to
do by Wednesday.
ONE FUGITIVE CAPTURED.
Leader of Insane Criminals TrTio
Escaped Is Back in Arrlnm.
Newburg. N. T.. Oct. 22.-Tha aJl-ltlt
search for tho seven maniacs who escap.
last night from the Matteawan State Hos
pital for tho Criminal In-ano has resnltea
in the capture of the lead-r. a notorious
criminal named Patrick Geoghegaa.
Destructive- Fire at 31artlj)arrllls.
Martinsville. III.. Oct. 21V-Flr tarsTtroy-a
roiir framo business houses and a two-storr
c.kT,i0'ir-e' J,ere ihu mnlng. The losses
nre: h. W Ilrowd-tone. bulldlne., n.0tv: In
surance, yw. c. K. DouglassT bulldintr-. v
II 000; insured. Edgar Sunrn-rs, tillVuZg'fo
liJ. 1?,in.su.rance- ..W.fiinier. restau-
rant. JLOW: Insurance. XjO. "e. DIU. meat
market. $1.CM; Insured. Lnrabdin Bro..
barbers; It. Llndsey, barber, and J. W.
Rowe. monuments, were burned erat. but
most of their goods were saved. The mil
linery -tocks of Gladys Eeltcst and Lily,
llalr wero damaged by removaL
Horn! Mall Delivery.
Wnshlnpton. OcL 22.-Rural free delivery
service will bo established November 1 as
Indiana Petersburg. Pike County: popu
lation served. 1.319: carriers. D. A. Marsea
and C. E. Naney.
Iowa Ackley. Hardin County; population
served. 50); carrier. C E. Whiteside.
Audubon. Audubon County population
served. 733; enrrier. J. E. Mover.
Council Hluff-. Pottawatomie County;
population served. 710; carrier, T. C. Peter
sen. Mnrrlcil Ills Menosrnpher.
Mattoon. III.. OcL 22. The followta
couples were married In this city last even
ing: Samuel Adair and Mis Lucy Falken
lierg. William E. Allen and Miss IIa C&
houn. Danl-;1 .c. Redman and Ida Reed ot
Oakland. Charles T. Marshall ard Miss An
nie Slay Lee of Charleston. The wedding
of the last namrd couple was a surprise, as
the groom Is the most prominent broom
com broker in Central Illinois and his bride
was bis stenographer.
Died From a, Cancer.
WentrvlIIe. Mo.. Oct. 22,-Dale Lee. a
prominent stock dealer, aged 45 years, died
here to-day. lie was operated on In St.
Louis recently for fn.ctsr