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Exceptional Values in : Turkish Rugs Room Sizes Only. At About the Price of Domestic Rugs. L*st week we sold 104 Akhissar Rugs, all we had at this time; the. 2 Bales from the appraisers stores go on sale Monday, onry 28 Rugs, Sizes 6 ft. x 9 ft. to 9 ft. x 12 ft. Prices $30 to $jj. These Ru^s are all absolutely Fresh goods. It is a most unusual opportunity to obtain a genuine hand-made, guaranteed vegetable-dyed Oriental Rug at about the price of a Domestic Rug. — Also — ■ 2 Bales, 24 Motes on I Rugs % sizes 3x6 — — sxß, Price $17.50, value $25.002 5.00 to $30.00. Positively At Retail Only. Lord & Taylor Broadway and Twentieth St., Fifth Ave^ Nineteenth St. HORNER'S FURNITURE The Standard in quality and style. ARISTOCRACY IN FURNITURE! ** These word;; aptly apply to our entire stock— to the plainer goods equally with those of the most elab orate designs and upholstered in richest fabrics. All in larger choice than can be seen elsewhere. One entire floor devoted to Drawing Boom and Parlor Furniture in designs controlled exclusively by us or made to our order, together with the best examples of the different " periods" Equally comprehensive exhibits in Bedroom, Dining Room. Library and Hall Furniture — — Exclusive Novelties in Imported Furniture — Wide range of choice in Dressing Tables. Cheval Glasses, Writing Desk?, Fancy Chairs, &c. Everything priced as low as goods of hiirhe>t merit can be offered. R. J. HORNER & CO.. Furniture Makers md Importers, West 23d St.- 61, 63, 65. SHAW ON DINGLEV TARIFF sa;/6? It May Need Mending, but Lowering Won't Increase Exports. Youryrst.'-irn, Ohio. Oct. 28.— Leslie M. Shaw. Sec retory of the Treasury, made the second of his Ohio campaign speeches here to-nls-ht.. and was enthusi astically greeted by a large crowd. He arrived at '.7 o'clock and was me: at the train by a large com mittee, who escojted him to the Tod House, where en informal reception was hold previous to the meeting:. Th» meeting was held in Excelsior Hall. The Secretary's speech was devoted almost entirely to national issues. He spoke In part as follows: The Opposition always insists that we must invite importations if we wish to increase our exporta tion* They urge that. If we will plan the tariff of Borne articles sufficiently low to insure an influx ft foreign goods, the doors of trade will automati cally open to us ami we will hsve an abundant out let. I do not understand th«-ir lo*ic. though I have heard it from the days of mv childhood. I have examined the record, and i find nothing there in to justify the claim. For the four fiscal years prior to th«> operation of the Wils'-in-Gorman law, after giving credit for the cessation in Importations between its enactment and the date on which it went into effect, w«- im ported for consumption an average of $];; 21 pf-r capita. During the fiscal year of 18&1 we imported for consumption (V.i 38 per capita, while we. im ported only Si 41 per capita during the year imme diately before the lower rate went into effect. Still tn« sverag« was Jl2 21 for the four years During th« next four years, giving credit for tho r.=-at Influx of ?oods immediately following the operation Of. Of lower rate, and another influx in anticipation fit the hieher rate. we imported only $10 SI per capita, -i loss of over Jl pp r capita. During the last fiscal year we have imported Jl3 44 per capita, and thus far this fiscal year w« have increased our im portations over 16 per <ent over those of last year If this record continues throughout the year, givintr credit for our increase in population, we will import over OVper capita. Neve,- in the history of the It, t»d EkatM did our people consume as many dollars worth of foreign good? as now. and never In the history of the world did any people con?umJ £ rr.any dollar* worth of domestic goods as we d,, at gls time (>jr r^-enues from importations during &ou?hStor?^ # eXf dßd liloße of an 3' one month The Liingley tariff may be too high- it may need appending, but lowering it in spots, or lowerinc it altogether, will not increase our exports, nor in a period of years will it result in an aggregate in create of Importations. If rates were placed helow the joint of protection it would result in an influx of atari's 6um<lent to paralyze pa, but thereafter the want of consumptive capacity of our people T.-oul<3 prevent importation. ' *"" Poßtibly the reposition, in ridicule of this arcu mem. will recommend a low tariff as th« best wav to exclude foitign merchandise. 1 reply that it i, not the wieh of the Republican party' to "xc U do foreign merchandise. We want foreign goods \\V want their fane;.' carpets, their silks, their' lace* their kid gloves, their pictures, their siutuari- We want their sugar by the million tons, their coffee by the cam. their teae by the shipload, their ma hogany their dyewood, their spices their henvi tn-1 si**!, their CruUa, and everything which our people do not produce, but. most of all we want our people able to pay for these things and only wren our people are prosperous does the foreigner find the American market at its maximum. Secretary 6haw left here for Washington shortly after The meeting dispersed. Hh w>sl speak at Co lumbue on November 2. TTTTXfi WIFE AST) HIMSELF. Philadelphia, Oct. Albeit Hummuerle, twenty " tdn* >•••*•• oJi. to-night ehot and killed his wife, Alice, t*»*«ty-one years old. and then turr.^d tha w«r*poc upon himself. «r.iJlne his own life. The pair w«r» Taarrl»'l last January, but lived unhap pily, *nA Mr*. Hummu«r!» r»f:rn^d to her parent? bom«. T>>-ttl«l>t ah« met h«r husband in th»; street •ad they •»* upon a doorstep and sp*r.t some time SB ooBT«r«atlon- A? Mrs. Hrnnmuerle arose to I»av6 bar husband «r*w a revolver and ehot her. She <«!e4 later at a, hoapital. Hunvmuerle ooar<!ed a Btr«eto*j-. and flndinr that he wa» pursued stood on th« front platform and •hot hhnaelf In th« head, dylnr lnßtanUy. b^ Fur Dept. Our offerings in this de partment consist of a com plete assortment of Fur Coats and Fur Lined Garments also the most extensive col lection of skins in Miiik and Roy at Ermi?ie y made in all the fashionably shaped Tie Scarfs, Pelerines & Muffs. An inspection of these goods will at once show the most careful matching and work manship, which is an impor tant factor when selecting furs Lordo3 Taylor, Broadway and Twentieth Street, Filth Avenue. Nineteenth Street KIDNAPPED IN SCHOOL. Girl. Thirteen Years Old, Taken A nay by Strange Woman. Califon. N. J., Oct. 28.— Clara Miller, thirteen years old. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Miller, of this place, was kidnapped while at tending the public school, near Lamin^ton, yes terday. A woman dressed in black and heavily veiled called at the school and asked permission to talk with the girl. Thinking she was a rela tive the principal granted the permission and the girl went to the vestibule of the building. It If paid that as soon as she appeared the woman pushed her toward a carriage. Tho driver jumped from the seat, threw a robe over the child, hustled her into the carriage and drove rapidly away in tho direction of Far Hilla. The child's mother procured a carriage, drove to Somerville and took a train from Califon in the hope of finding her child or obtaining: some information relative to the kidnapping. She discovered she had lost her poeketbook, contain ing a considerable sum of money, and retraced h< r steps to High Bridge, but was unable to find the lost purse. She arrived here on the *i:4*> train, but found no trace of her daughter. Owing to family difficulties I>r. and Mrs. Miller separa!<Mi about three weeks ago. Mrs. Miller took th^ child, it is said, without the consent of the father. Dr. Miller, it Is said, tried to have a conf"rence with Mrs. Miller. Admis sion was refused. STING TO HIDE HEE BABY'S DEATH. Immigrant Mother Carried Body in Train from Pittsburg to Kenosha, Wis. Chicago, Oct. 28.— A. dispatch to "The Tribune" from Kenosha, Wip., says that the body of the baby child of Adolph Raver. who, with hia young wife, landed at Castle Garden on last Tuesday, was carried in its mother's arras all the way from Pittsburg. The funeral was held yesterday. Just after the train pulled out of Pittsburg the child was seized with convulsions and died so quickly the mother had no time to ask for as sistance. She dared not tell tho conductor. She did not dare shed a tear. Hugging the lifeless form, she rocked it in her arms and crooned to it hour after hour. After awhile she handed the dead child to Its father, while she took from her hand baggage, a little white dress. Then she took the little form to the retiring room and made it ready for burial. She determined. If she could to bring the child all the way to Kenosha, where she had friends, without telling any one on th* train that it was dt-ad. Returning to her seat, she began the long struggle to k«*«p ba«* her grief. She pane to the l»aby. talked to It and pretended to laugh at it as she held it. The conductor came through th* train and be "";•' I "■■' ! ■" talk with the woman. "That's II:-- quietest baby I «ver ,1W,., 1W ,. he Bald, and the mother ' Blmply ; replied: "yes. he always has I.e. n a good baby." Even when the train reached Chicago she gave no sign, but went to th«, Ualll w i,| " * -. bring her to Kenosha. When she arrived" here NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1905. Stem. Brothers ANNOUNCE DIRECT IMPORTATIONS OF Oriental! Mugs CHOICE COLORINGS & DESIRABLE SIZES IMPORTANT SALE FOR TO-MORROW & TUESDAY Fine Qhoervan Rugs 9ft. Tin. x lift. lin., Value $195.00 $145.00 9ft. 9in. x 12ft. 6in., " 225.00 160.00 9ft. 9in. x 12ft. " 235.00 1168,00 lOft. x 13ft., " 250.00 385.00 lift. 2in. x 1 5ft. 2in., " 500.00 395.00 50 Choice Persian Rugs IN ROOM PROPORTIONS AT UNUSUAL REDUCTIONS $87.00, 98.00, 1318.00 to 335.00 Reduced from $125.00, $165.00 to 450.00 West Twenty-third Street A. Jaeckel & Co. FURRIERS and IMPORTERS RUSSIAN SABLES An exhibit of this beautiful fur. showing the different grades in most attractive pieces. Never have these skins been put together in a more, artistic manner. Stoles, Mttffs, Coats ajid Jackets a??d Separate Skins for Selection, ranging in quality from the lesser grades to the rarest specimens of CROWN SABLE Furs for Street, Carriage and Motor Wear 37 UNION SQUARE, West' L. P. Hollander & Co caJl especial attention to their Waist Dep't m*m ELABORATE WAISTS— for dinner and theatre, from . 45.00 LINGERIE WAlSTS— hand made embroidered, from . 35.00 TAFFETA WAISTS to go with tailored suits, from . . . 10.00 FLANNEL WAISTS of imported material, from 15.00 All ill: waists are either imported or made in our workrooms, thereby assuming exclusivcness. 1 220=222 Fifth Ay., BetWM "^vJ^ tt '"*• she said nothing- to the friends who met her of the death of the child, but carried it more than a mile to the new home. Then she broke down. BISHOP SUED FOR ÜBEL. Outcome of Quarrel in Maine Protestant Episcopal Church. Rockland, Me., Oct. 28.— A suit for libel In $10,000 against Bishop Robert Cndman of the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of Maine was in stituted to-day by William Howard Gardiner, of Oamden. The case Is the outcome of a church feud at Dresden, Me., as the result of which a civil case is now pending in this county against the Rev. Robert W. Plant, of Gardiner. The writ in the Codman case contains three counts, one of which charges him with composing and publishing a letter stating that Mr. Gardiner had been publicly excommunicated by a bishop. The other counts charge htm with being the OFFERINGS AT THE STORKS. FOR FULLER DETAILS CONSULT THE ADVERTISE MENTS IX TO-DAY'S ISSUE. 11. H. MACT & CO., Broadway and 34th-st.. have several nnnlversarle-g this week— the forty-eighth of the foundation of the business and the third of the opening of the present building. The entire month of November will be given to special anni versary s.iles. particular attention being called to the display of women's Milts and skirts, blank and colored dress goods, silks, carpets and domestic rugts. B. AI/TMAN & CO . Bth-ave.. 18th to 19th ft., have special sales of Oriental carpets, upholstery fabrics, portiere. lace draperies, travelling goods, theatre and dinner and evening costumes. STERN BROTHERS, West 23d-st.. have special sales of women's Empire and cape wraps, *<eml flttM sacques, costumes and tailor made dresses, furs and fur sarmenta and women's hits. In the lace department the. special attraction for to-mor row is a sale of 700 pairs of handmade curtains. HEARN, Wept 14th-st-. offer special sales on Monday and Tuesday of bed linens, imported lace rK-tP rich silk petticoats, bedspreads, Imported velours and damasks for wall covering. FREDERICK LOESBR & CO.. Brooklyn, offer a special sale of china and house furnishings, re cently purchased from the house of Journeay & nuniham, the whole representing over $50,000 of good? There will also be put on sale W6.000 worth of Oriental rues, in all sizes and styles. SAKS & CO., Broadway and 3M-nt., have a epe> c!ai pale, of suits and coats for women. Including the latest mode by fnr-ign meters; tight and Berni ni ted models of tan covert, broadcloth and black cheviots. RHRICH BROTHERS, 23d-st. and fith-ave., an nounce a big lace sal© this week. Including rich lace flouncinjr, Imitation baby Irish crootot, ap plique lace bridal veils, hfiiidmnde. rnn.^j ]*',. '.! nrtton, round point bridal Bet, ABRAHAM A- STRAUS, Brooklyn, will hay» » two days ■-•.,. of upholstery and lace curtain*, be ginning to-morrow. Th« display includes portieres, j couch covers, ] B ee curtains, figured muslin ouruune. j Irish point lac*, curtains ajnd Atuhe laoo curtain*. ; A. D. iUrtHEWS' BON 8, Brooklyn, call atttn- ' author of other !«tters alleging: that Mr. Gardi ner had been exoflnimunlcatert for disgraceful charges. CANDIDATE ADDRESSES DEAF MUTES. Socialists' Nominee for Mayor Attacks Hearst Speech Interpreted. Algernon K. I-ee, th« Socialist candidate for Mayor, s<pokp at a meeting- for deaf mutes last night at No. 250 West 125th-?t. The place was crowded ■with the mute followers of the Socialist ticket, all of whom cheered the candidate in their own way. The speech was interpreted by Charles Bryan, an instructor in the Deaf Mute, Institute. Mr. Bryan waxed as eloquent as Mr. I>ee in his interpretation, using his face, eyes, limbs and hands and feet. Mr. Lee only once referred to Mr. Hearst, and in that instance he Raid: "The, public must not be deceived by Hearst, for he la not a Socialist, and seeks only hlB personal aggrandisement. Mr. Hearst wants city ownership of street railways In hope of ro dncinp taxes. "We don't want taxes reduced. The rich pay the city taxes, and we want them to do It." tlon to their sales of carpets, made, laid and lined free; ruj?s. Axminster and royal Wilton designs linoleums and mattings. THE SIMPSON CRAWFORD COMPANY. 6th ave. and 19th-st., have special Hales this week of women's lon* fur lined coats In broadcloth, red. brown or grtn. lined with gray or white squirrel,' laixe shawl collar*; a l so a display of men's fur "inert coats In the latest desijriiP. T.E BOirTTLLIER BROTHERS offer special sales of fine lares, latest fall and winter Importations Etesssaa Irish ssssss -a and while dotted and jprl* nets, suitable for waists BONWIT. TELLER & CO.. We 23d-«t have special sales of evening coats In white, black and M'HTJGir. No. 9 Wert 42<1 - at - has sales of French and English paper hangings. Japanese grass cloth raWtyle carpets and Mcllugh mission furniture ' I>EMFSEY & CARROI.U Xo. 22 West 2M-st call attention to their die cutting; monßrams ad dresses and crests stamped on artistic notejnipor E. A. MORRISON & SON. No. 593 Broadway, have on sale imported dress goods, all 00l suit ings. They ant showing also novelties In told anrJ silver, embossed galloons, etc. VANTINES. Broadway, between 18th and 19th stß.. have special pales, of plates, teapots, era rol jars, Bu^nr and cream sets, braes candlestick* etc ! . THE STATE OF TRADE. Buffalo. Oct. 2«.— FL-OUIt firm. WHEAT— Nothing done-. CORN, off«rlng« light ; »0 2 yellow m " N ' I while. 60s. OATH firm; No 2 white. 8»i; >>> 2'm'lxeJ &B\*r HABL.EJY strong, Western o1 f. 4iiß»,k| C RTF" rtrm; No 1. 7Sr, CANAL. FREIGHTS «tr*.n e . Chicago. Oct. 2&.— Th» leading future, rnng^^ M fl>l • lows: I Wheat. Nto 2: Opening. HlKt>«»t- I^wa^t. Clo.ilnr ' D*'-«mW Bf-VffSfH «»> r » *<J>4 no" »uy UtUdttllt W* t>\ oi s Corn, NO S; Ootobar — 62 M tl% Silt ' Stem Brothers Recent Importations and Adaptations in the Women's Cloak Dept's INCLUDING EXCLUSIVE MODELS IN Empire & Cape Wraps, Semi-Fitted Sacqueg, Paletots ■&. Long Garments In a variety of Laces, Chiffon Velvets, Taffeta & Faille Silks, Broadcloths <& English Tweeds. • Special Attractions in *>10 7^ CLOTH PALETOTS, seven-eighth length, * .1 v • / «-? EVENING WRAPS OF BROADCLOTH, -)f) £f\ Lined with White Silk, . -fe^.^c Costumes & Tailor-made Dresses Fashioned in the Latest Models of Selected Fabrics, suitable for Street and Evening Wear. To-morrow's offering will include ; CREPE de CHINE COSTUMES, <£ 2r\ g-A in all the new shades, Value $50.00, <sp-L-> V.«^<7 WALKING SUITS OF BROADCLOTH, in pastel blue, black, mahogany, red, navy, green & plum, % Length Coat, Ar\ f?f\ velvet & braid trimmed, Coat lined throughout with satin, *"T>'»CyU Value $05.00 Women's House Gowns CASHMERE, Regular Value $5. 7*, $4.51) ALBATROSS, " ' " $9-75. 6,95 CHINA SILK, " " '6.50, 10.95 Furs & Fur Garments Comprising; a New Selection of Carriage, Street <& Evening Wraps, Fur & Fur Lined Motor Coats, Neck Pieces & Muffs, Floor Rugs & Coachmen's Furs. WILL INTRODUCE TO-MORROW THEIR EXCLUSIVE NOVELTY The "Polgnet Muff" TO BE WORN WITH THE PREVAILING SHORT SLEEVES. Monday & Tuesday a Showing of Women's Hats New French Models in Fur Effects OF SABLE, CHINCHILLA. MINK, LYNX & BEAVER, Carriage & Evening Mats OF LACE, GOLD & SILVER NOVELTIES. Large Velvet Hats MISSES' & CHILDREN'S HATS IN ALL THE NEW COLORS. Colored Dress Goods Have just received an Advance Shipment of Exclusive Fabrics, such as are now being used by the Paris Modistes for light weight Reception and Evening Gowns Consisting of SILK VEILINGS in PLAIN COLORINGS, CHECKS & STRIPES. Special Offering: 1000 Yards, 50 inch $1 -)Q IMPORTED BLACK CHIFFON BROADCLOTH, at J *^*^ Lace Curtain Dep't An exceptionally Large Assortment of LONG & SASH CURTAINS, STORES BONNE FEMME, BED SETS, Etc. SPECIAL FOR MONDAY: 700 Pairs Hand-made Curtains. IRISH POINT, Values $6.00, 7.50, $4.75, 6.00 RENAISSANCE, " 7.7 V, 10.50. 6.00, 8.50 ARABE, " 22.50. 30.00, 16.50, 23.50 ESTIMATES & DESIGNS FURNISHED FOR ALL STYLES OF LACE PANELS, CURTAINS & BED SETS. EXCELLENT VALUES IN Masses' & Qirls' Suits & Coats MISSES' SUITS of Broadcloth, in wine, Hue, black, green & plum colorings, satin lined, Long Coat Fitted —q _p. Back Model, velvet collar, sizes 14 to 16 yrs.. Value $40.00, Ay.VXJ MISSES' TOURING & STREET COATS, ot black & brown heavy Cheviot, also light & dark grey English mixture*, 12 0"" long loose hmpiie Model, sizes 14 to 16 yrs., Value $20.00, 10.>5 GIRLS' COATS, Full Length, of black, blue, brown, red Kersey Cloth, .buttoned to neck, neatly trimmed o -i " with satin piping, sizes 4 to 10 yrs.. Value $n.~o, v.4c> GIRLS' DRESSES, Navy Regulation Style, of blue Cheviot, trimmed with white braid & emblems, _ „* pleated skirt, sizes 4 to 14 yrs., Value $7.-0, 5.5U West Twenty-third Street I>*<vmb«r CoW>.. .4«Vi^46H 4fl>-i 4«'i I6U I>e.-«ral»er tnewf> .45 I *'tj>4&*» .«,^ M W **> 4 5^ May . 45>,w4r>H ■JS^e-f'ia 45's -trtV* Oats, No 2: October — — — W4 December SrtVi«3oKi SOV4 »» »H May ..82%«!<2** 33 82V40MH S3 July :;:..:::.'.. 3:** ai^4 31H si •* Metia pork, p*r bbl: October $lft37H $1*574 $lfi 3T l 4 »1<» 50 January U -124 »-' « 12 40 12 45 Lard, pr 100 Ib: October - •• 7 07^ 7 12H 7 07H 7 10 November T« 7 10 109 7 l-» January *80 6W * *> *'> 80 Short ribs, per 100 tb: October 7 25 7 23 7 33 7 25 January 6 47H 0 52^4 «47W GS-'-j Ma y " • «70 tt7J'» 6 7t» 6TH, Ca*h quotations were as follows: KLiOrR *trong; win ter paten's. »« fMV»*4 -JO; straights, ».". tV.®4»; eprlns ! patent* $ltf $4 20: utralnhlg. $3 tiinr*3 90; lakers', ft *09 S3 21) WHEAT No 2 spring. S7V(<t"V. So 3. TB©9o No i reJ 88V«0f»N.-. CORN. No 3. SaOBSIiC; .NV> - yellow, fi4»MH(C- OATS. No '.'. 30 l *c: No 2 white. SlH«3l%c; No 8 white. SO-SSl'-; HVF, No 2. 73c. BARLEY, socxi f^-itng. See- ralr to cir^lr* malting. i3t»4Sc: VVAXSEEV. No 1. Me! No 1 Northwestern. 88c; TIMOTHY Sj:i:i>. prim;. $8 20- >'I»VKIUSKKI>. contract »,-rad.>. $l't 2.V r»>M\. m-ss per bbl, $1« !W; I^\Rt>. per UK. ft $7 10; Cl.'T MEIATS Short sides (loow). $7 37 Vt*s7 f^>: »'>,.rt cleat sides (boxed). *7 6O©*7 02', ; WHIHKEY, « i^° **,$* wines, |1 30 On ih* ProdVico Knch«n(t« to-day the BITTER market was steady: .-ivanwrte*. lj > "r;" r ; d»lrl»». 17020 c E»«!H rtrm: at mark, ca»»e Included. ISJc; firsts. 21*ic: prlm« Bnta, 23c; extra*. U.V. CHEESE steady, 12»U!Ho. Puluth Oct. IS.— nose: WHEAT. No 1 Northern. SS>V*c; [.,,,,„ ,.;.." We: May. «»'*<v MUwauke*. Oct. -- WHEAT. No 1 Northern. Wo; Km 3 Northern. i>a^>^ bid; reoember. '-*'-* 0 aakad. hVB No I. 7. 'U'.' ■•■'-• i'AUJ.rV. No -. .r.4-j<\.V.. r .4 -j<\.V . »umy,i, WVff.'.ftri OORN. \(av. *«>«« a»l.-l. Mlni»«j(K'n«, Oct. »— Clo«»; WHEAT- D«c«tnl>«r. 8«-%c; I llav. (t"';a!»l?,c: No 1 hard. WMfe; No I N>rtS?rs. FI.OfK- First patents. » IMTSS 25; second patent-.* 095 06: first clears <3 7«>gJS 90. (M-oond ei«-««- *- «*» $2.">'» BRAN. In bulk. $1150 rhlladelphU. ">.t 28 - WKBAT (kn: i vn "* c l a *5SiK October. M kOMc CORN st.-a.lv. »*»!»'■ '^23 i 8 No - white, natural. 3rt©3«S'-: No 2 whit*. f'W-JB; Sti^c. HITTKR arm; «-xtra We«t«ra • r<>ame "[lh. jo« «xt ri nearby prints. 24- EGOS flrm. nearby £••". «T off. 27.-. nearby fresh, 2^c. at murk: Western '""LSI at mark. CHEESE firm: New-York full cr«an. »«J. 12\913c: New York full or«*m. cholo-, V'.-^\-)r • • ! York full .tern, fair to jtnod. U%«l«f- Becelr«»—,; 1000 bM« and l.«I«.000 j^unds In sacks: »«'»■; SSi| bush: corn. .<»«> oats. «'»"»». Shipments— wneau »-* bush: corn. 1.000; »iats. IJ.SOOL a St L.iuls. Oot 2.x •!.-»: WHEAT. N> 3W* EJJ ; . S J»lHc ; December. S<;Sc: May. 00\c; ' •** S3«BBHc. CORN. No 2. cash. 32c. 0 " 1 ! 1 *,^- M*T. May «S%e OATS cash. «0«; I>«.emb«r. -•• c - Mw> 31\e; No 2 white. 3l'?c . . , t<r Tel«do. Oct. 28 -CUOVERSEEP-Ca-'h "*° l 'i"'ie: Jv 1-Jh,; December. $>*■-■>'; Janu-xy. $S 25; Febf** P'^^ March. 1">35: .ALJSIKE. prime. *.*: TIMOTHY...?™— II 53. . . NAVAL STORES. The demand for spirits turpentine »« fairly T.^ the undertone of the market steady on the ban O* for machine made barrel* Ro»ln wts tj" o> I on: unchanged. Tar rule,! firm at former rates. "** a SPIRITS Ti:RI'ENTINE-Otl and machine b*rr 671^0. TAR -$5W . «,».. to .M» ROSIN-Common to «^, 'l^ij ' fU £♦''' -i W $'ißstt 10. sto*:k on hand- .^ Rosin, bbl« ■• '.'.'.'.'.'■- J*S Spirit* turpentine, bbls '.'.'.'.'.'. I.* 0 WUrT.n.ton.' ' Oct. 28 -^^ I LT»iy w« flnr. (V. eipta, » casks. ROSIN Una » ' f-RCnlTl £ bbls. TAR firm, II 80; r«o*lpt. W bW«- ftj b U* IKNTINI2 arm. $3 25, $♦ 75 aud »* •?. r«c«V".