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THE REPUBLIC! SATURDAY. KTTGUST 16. 1902.-
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SUMMARY OF ST.
Traders -who had oversold on Thursday's
ind bolstered the market for wheat and corn.
K! and buying- -was rood throughout the session. Thouch receipts of wheat were again
V heavy, conditions prevailing In the cash ro&rket claimed the attention of option traders.
YjAs has been the case for weeks, only a small proportion of the grain received was up to
ontract trade. This fact kept spot prices
J?rdIng" to ofliclal predictions, the outlook for harvesting in tho Northwest was less faor
1 aje and crop reports from other sections were equally reassuring to the bulls.
Corn was not in such heavy demana
there was a sharp advance near the close.
Sept. wheat opened Wc up and closed lc up.
Sept- corn opened Jic up and closed c up.
Bept. oats closed sc up.
Prices for produce were generally steady. Home-grown receipts were fairly large and
of good quality.
Local securities were still on the upturn.
Yesterday's bank clearings wens $7,432,897,
between 5 and G per cent.
Bpot cotton was quiet and unchanged in
Ibrisk buying demand
ADVANCES GRAIN VALUES.
EATHER CONDITIONS ARE
Traders Who Are Oversold Come
Into the Market on the
Shortly after the opening of ytvtcrdty's
jrraln market there was a brisk demand for
the greatci portion of the wheat which uas
oversold Thursday. Though receipts were
heavy, weather conditions were unsctt'ed.
and there was much hotter foreign inquiry.
The cash demand ,ilso shov.ed a marked Im
provement Feeling at the close was de
The Modern Miller, In its weekly outlook,
Outlook Threshlrg returns and state
ments from trustworthy authorities point
to a total yield of 4O,009.000 bu of win'r
wheat. The largest leids were made y the
coft wheat states of the central surfilys le
glon. Farmers ate btlll selling oft ;nde
wheat freely, hut many are hold r.g cholco
fjraln. Tho milling qualitv of the v. lint till
year far surp.ts'-es that of last -cason. as It
produces a stronger and uniform better
Kradstreet's reports this week's clear
ances .of flour and wheat 4 jK.000 tin.
against 4,214.000 bu last week and 9.010.COO
bu. for the corresponding week las' year.
Since July 1 they amount to SG.S'mCOo !u.,
compared with 44 0C5.0G0 bu. for the Fame pe
riod last year. 20005.000 bu for two jean
n)?o. Corn clearances were 93.000 bu. against
71.0C0 bu last week and Hf bu nnc jear
ago, and since July 1 they are C7.C0i bj .
against ",220,000 tu. for the same period List
September wheat opened He up and solj
64c. c t,96ISc. C4Uc C4';et5c. C4TiC 63He,
C44c. C4'c. (Ac C4.r. ux (c Dec. rold a
G39ic. 65?ic. e5esHc. a 65NC. 63TiC, C53.C,
vu;iVin-ti.-, u,'c WKih'c, wc. tfc-ivC
Corn had cood urjnnrt thmuirhniit tne
eesslon though the early advance tvas not in
linn tilth 4V.it. f .. l.n. t t... 1 !
sslon though the earlv advance was not in
-.... .111 v.tuc c ttjicdi j 1 ijit- i.i-i uour
there was an excellent buying demand has2d
n w earner rejorisj ana me streneth In
other domestic markets.
The Illinois com condition '3 reported at
2 nnd the area is estimated at 8 2)7,050
oept. com oper.ed 1-lBc up and sold at:
,4614c 47'c. 47c. 475.C, 47tiai75c Dec bold at
St'ic. 3f5ic C6Hc
Receipts of -wheat nt St. Txinli worn
tGO.227 bu., of which 22,101 sks and 33 car
local and 12 cars throuch. acainst 101.S7C
bu.. of wh'ch 5.113 sKs and 103 cars local '
iki 4 cars through in 1E01
Itcceipts 01 wlieat at primary points tvero
l.17,0 bu., against U46.0CO bu. In KOI. and
uhwmentq were l5il.n5 hit. npninst nofivi
bu. The North Cbt received 12S cars, acainst
221 cars in 1S0L Chicago recUved 2G2.SC2
J.na.nn5 ?K4(,k?J,bu Theclear-
ances amounted to 2S3.C00 bu.
Iteceipts of corn at St. Ijoult were 21.- I
.u. hu., of which 6 sks. and 11 cars local and !
13 car through, against 49,600 bu., of which !
all were local in 1S0L '
and rhipments were zn.VQi bu . ngalnst 31,
XO bu CUcarjo received 73,C'7j bu., and
lijinsas City 21,00 bu. The clearances were
8,000 hu. j
Iteceiptn of oats at St. Louis were E2.C0O ,
- " T n-- w.u. m. .. j .;, oh"'
nu., oi wmen w sks. ana is cars local ana
13 cars throuch, acainst 3,323 bu., of which
S3 ska. and 24 cars local and 13 cars through
Receipts of oats at primary points -wera
671,2 bu., asainEt 5177,0 bu In 1M1. and
tile shlpmentstherefrom wtre 331.30S bu.,
ag-alnst 2S3.COT bu. The clearances aggre
gated 9.000 bu.
Cnah Gruln, riott, IZtc.
TVIIBAT Rcceipin 2A101 l-s. and 233 cars lo
cal a3d 12 care ttrough Hy sample de;iered
No. 2 red sold at C5c West to G7"-c destination
weights E. side, and a car fancy C side at tfc;
I.O. 3 red at ClaW'ic W. and C4a-it,c E fide.
No. 4 at eifcdc and Mrf62fec L. tld, re
jected at r.Cc to Clc and no grade at Sic to 57o.
llrd winter In better demand. No 2 so'.linir de
! MFered K. side and f o. b. side at 65Ho anl
I d. 4 f. o. b. W Ride at 644c. No 2 quotable
' jrtit 67R67HC for Nelirarka and C470c for Kan-
cars local and 13 cars
2 selling at EGc; No 3
3 white at COe all IV-
elde. Trom store 110.000 bu. No 2 to'd for shlp-
iiicm, (larc ai 1.S-4V l u. i. su. eiue.
OATfc Receipte. 48 cars local and 13 cars
through Uy eample delKered New No. 2 jo d
at 27t8c w. side: No. 3 at 25isr26 E side to
SSc, running t white, and 23!442".c W. sldr;
3so. 4 at 24V4ig23t4c E. side, no grade at il'2
24o E. side. No. 3 white at 30Ci7c C. eide and 37c
W. side. No. 4 white at ZZZlSKa C. side and
I2423c W. side.
ItYE No 2 at 49c and No. 3 at 45c; no-grade
celling at 42c
' BAJtlEY At G5c
FlX)irn Quotations are as follows: New soft
I wheat flour in wood: patents $3.103.23; straights
3.9033 05; extra fancy $2 803(2 so. clar $2 63i
t.75; low grades $2.432 50: old 10ifir htghr,
cw hard winter In Jute sks : ratents $3'ij3.li.
tralghts $2.75r2 90, bakers' $:.50ff2.6J, low gradet
?-?82!L: oWt15sjJc higher. Spring-wheat pat
ent $3.2383.40. bulk.
BRAN Soft winter In 100-lb. 3la.. 60362c. At
-Jobbing at $3.10 in sks and J3 10
CORNMEAL-CItv meal fob. $3.C3. pearl,
irrlta and hominy $3.40
HAY Receipts 170 tons local jin.1 133 tons
through: shipped 240 tons. Quote llmoth on E.
fide: New. tU; No. 1. $10.3jli .,0. No 2 pan.
rralrle Choice $9, No 1 $j 50, N'o 2 i iO
t;KAD AND SPELTKR-Leaa at $4; spelter at
"WHISKY At $l.JL
Prices) on 'Clinnjgc.
Th following tables show the range of prices
ca futures and cash grains:
Clo-ed Ranged. Oosed.
. . Thurrday Yest-rday. Yesterday
d-ec Cjiieto., CSiC3H C5 e6 a
;rn-E.pt 4SJ,g6t4 6V.r7S tf-i b
Dm - 33 b ZVMfZli, 3(;il
4ts-Sept 2.4 b a. 5J6 Sj
n0 Mi, a 2t,2Gn 26
fCh wheat, corn and oats ranged:
Yeslertlsc n"nititirt-, v- .
n-hMtv.i ,-. re ttv' c.i ?.' ..V-.-g0-
' Ijio. S rod 64 fLtali
niitfsTJ'i f4 (,, ..
58 V61 (n m.. .
CS 570 61 r ..
M ? ....!....
5?459 41 cj....
54 4J5 ....f& ...
74inJ 4 tc ...
U'ntr. .. 424V....
i t ....
27 tr.... 29H....
Sj VW 31 jf..
21 44 29 ....
23 f2l 2S14V....
.No. 4 reil &-4tr62Vi
No. 2 hard .. .67 (i70
No. 3 hard ....MV-tftJ
orn No : mxtl.iA tt
N'o. I white .. M li
3 m'xed ..55 ,i..
3 whlto ..&) '.T
NA 2 vellow ..56 w -
No. S j ellow.,.56 4J-....
Oats No. 2 mxd.27 4r23
No. 3 white... .36 W37
No. 4 white ....32 fiI3
No. 3 mixed. ...2SH43264
No. 4 mixed ..2146234
StocLa of Grain in Store.
Tcstcrday. Thurrdnv Last Yr
, J.66.W 3,:2,58.1 3.047.656
No. 2 red wheat..
No. 2 hard
No. 2 corn.........
No, 2 wnlte corn...
Ntc 2 yellow
No. t mixed oats.
o, 2 rje
424 915 m,St.
6 J93 116.741
8 ol 1.6.0
.IM; Jl 9,-7
vJUr?car an?nrm. Quotations: Creamery
txtra. 21c; first 19c; seconds 17tflSc. Daln
?t5?J8o;-.'!ret '6l,c. greo 4c Ladle-packed
tr!taiZ.Vi I,c,5.,f. "H? J" lc- ?IPt
Ch-:"2"TV.... i.'"'"n': " PP. w
Port New ..inrIon. ttc Ai ,. tm w .- a
tVte way: I90it $16. "" "' '"' '" a J0D"
Mrd-Oiolce steam E. side 10c per lb. In a
SjMne w;y; kettle-rendere.1 at JOXMltc.
Green Hams Car lots h.M r T. i. ....
thtls: Hams 10 and 1 av nt liii.' i.: f? -.T
Z. AJpt a "c- Skinned 'hams 7e-, it
JlTic: 18M0s i and 22S2a at H4c. Callforni-s RU?:
New ior,t "boulder at S"- From fe block del
llam at liqilUc and bellies at J0V.C to 12c ai
In at erase: Californlaa and New York shoulders
D. S. Meats To arrive: 51-av. cured c'rlbs held
5 V"? ,s"av at 9 c- 40"av- at ilTc c I.
t Itxd lots In a 1bblrg war ranre,i: Kxtra
jherta and c'rlbs 104e: short clear JOSc; bellies
10T,c; standard backs at lie. Dealers charge
n.nUn;" - - J "J". "k u2.?'
.bvu . u. utcau ill
raatttl: iiirakfast bacon at from HVc for heavy
to liiic for light: hams at UVic to ll'ic, Caliior-
slump came back Into the market yesterday
Prices were EllEhtly higher at the opening
up and -weather conditions did the rest. Ac-
as wheat, but tho tendency was upward ana
Bank Issues were in best demand at higher
balances tl.ZZ.ZZZ. Discount rates were firm
the local market.
nils at lOc X T. shoulders at IVic Plain
smokfd bxil lot in jobbing wav ranged: llxtra
idicrts at lie. c'ribs at lie jhsrt clear at ll'Sc.
bellies at HTsC plates at S1.". fat backs at
Sc. standard backs ll'ic lilgrr charged on
Country Lard Choice at Sgsc.
Country Uacon Sides at 6c
'Jrfluu . to lackers' 7-fi7Uc.
01s Mearine Quote at lSHc
5rae hmall lrrepular lo's country: Brown at
37,c, ello at 44c, white at 4Jtc; packers' stock
j-icb Les Large ;i SO medium It; small BOc
bheip m 2u3c. thin enej and bucks at l'rij
Ic, lambs 5V5c '
tVals Choice email rat at CHc per lb : choice
heaj at Cc. heretics at 43iisc Sheep 2ViSi3c
Jr lb., thin ewei and bucks lH:2c. Lambs dull
Bf on orders: nbld Plate and Tulton llar
ket and roll at $1.1 M. mes jt J12.I0. dried sts at
l.'ic, loncuf-H Ik per lb , Insldrs 15c. knuckles
10c. outHide HH&lc
IJe I'oultrj Hea and l'Kht hen at tc,
roomier" m:. sprinn chickens, j er lb, aierage re-cr-lpts
iji-c tprlnc ducks at S(S9c Pprlns g-vse
at ic Turkei s A erase receipts Uc Xur eld;
spring at 13c Dack 7c l.le pigtons and equabi
)1 I-r doz Oeee Vzc
Iirei-ed Toultr) -scalded and tindraiin. with
heads an 1 lees On Old rhlelcena KtenHv at 1f)tn
prlrj; chickens 13c rousteis C Tuikejs Choice
Game Woodcock Si rer doz : ploier Jl U per
Krsh Flh Steadv. quote; Sunllnh at 4c. crap
ple at oc for small to 7c for larse, bass lie,
Ureed cat Jc .poonblll cat 7c, dreied bull
heads Sc. buffalo, Kros. 3c dre-sed buffalo 4'iif.
c. dre.-ted German carp 3c. white perch 3c
ax erase 13c.
Dry flint Texas heavy 13c; Texas
fall n l3ifI.iV:. name and A-kan-
1 n&tlle 13L.P. No 5 n.ffi 1-..
sas lJc, No
j.iciic w'isniR ix, bun id-, culls or elu 7c Dry
sa!td Itound hea i 12c round light lOe salt
ed No t 12-c, palled No : lu'jc IIorenlaes
Dr 7jC (Ireen-salted -e.tern 7'4c, toathern
i'c: selectid No 1 sc- selected No 2 7c. part
cured c les uncured lc pr lb less. Hall lc
per lb less than cowhide- Horse No 1, i.7j,
liorso No 2 $1 23. uncured less.
Kas .Neb. Dak , 5
Bright medium 16 QIC1?
Dark 14 Hj 13
ljght fine . .. 11 43144
Ileal y and bucks fill
Missouri and Illinois
and cloth med IS CHU
Clothing . 17ijwl7
lirald . 16';ifI7
llurrj and clear
mixed 13 (017
Hard burr H Mil
Hurr 13 (rl4
Ught fine IS 16i
lltuv 1,11c .12 UlS
lleaj fine 10 11
Tex , I T and ok
Medium . . 16 4jl7
Ooaree and low .13 (rl3
Hen-j- -andy . 10 11
Light fine.. 13 16
Ark. and Soulh-rn -Med
liurrj . ii
Med looe) 1j I&17
Hard butrj . . 0a 94
No 1 . 234S25
No 2 20 o22
Hurrj ... 16 17
Angora Goat Ha.
Clear . . 22 V2S
Slight burry .14 17
Hard burr 11 tf ...
la.. 'Wis i Minn
! I?r'Kht medium lc tril'
j Frultn nnd VcKPtnblea.
. The Republic quotations are for car lots In first
hard', unless otherwise specified fcmall lots en
oruiis are cnargcu nigncr.
l'liACHEfa Atkansaa refrigerator stock nlh.rt
4s xt tiiv.-c lor large and 4uc for small anl 63
at $123U1.3 for rnolce, small freestones at 0c.
express stock, clings and freestones at (0i?&5c nnd
i;it)erta. at t3&73c per 4-basket Crete, iouthern
Illinois freestones at 40:?50c a case Texas EI-
! JT.rt? "T3,!,C and c,lns ana freestones at 40
GKAPKS Concords Mc'pr 4-basket crato. Ives
TlTif-l All. Ilwlau jib it ritfT' r-qck hiimA.nrnn n
Conccras CJliCc. Wordens 42U3uc per ".-bu
WATCRMKLONS DInkles and poor at $2530
i tr .c,-k-d t0 cholce ?l;5'- anl fcy lrgo
5?. fci'." per car- a l"bbIns "aJ- a' !! Per
i A.NTALOUrE-IIom-grcwa -:ij30c per bu
boi Rocky Fnrd $4 per crate
NEW APPLES Barrel lots at $1.7?2 for good
,0 choice, up to $3 25 for fancj , small green 73
f'Ll'MS Home-grown and near-by Newman 4J
PAfiriC COAST 1-ntlT riarllett rwtnrs tl S".-
? rer k, Tra ,n prunes nt 9X-W51 and II jr
bar.k and peach plums $0g$I. Peaches 70c a
case. UraptK jiwi , a crate. Malaga 51 ittl.73.
Cl'-'rle. jii 50 or lirx
I'EARS Near-bl 20225c Der t bu hair'et nnd
rurar pars at ZOc. Alabama Le Contc at $3 p-r
bb: and COc per 2-3-bu box; Secvel at $11.25
per bu looee: Sheldon at 35a40c per 4 bu.
LIMES 50fi60c per 100
.,1r'!;.xI(i!r'S Cl"fornla on trk. at $3 for choice to
3 I'S3.2 for fancy per box: in a jobbing wa
higher: Sicily at $3 5034 and Verdlli at 44fj4 54
1"ipAl'l'LK-'7ae91.tl a crate, according; to
OIlANans Quote car lots on trk.: Late Va
lencia at $4 fo- choice and $110 for fancj. New
Mexican at $3 75SJ4
aAXASAS Quotable at $182 a bunch on or-
way C$?jerUTJrJ:2-50S:!:i P" ,O0O: ln Jo!jblaS
PCI ATOEi. Quct- early Ohio from farmers"
wagons at 2ig3ic for bottom tock to 32S35c for
cluC rtock Near-bj lower rlter stock quotable
CABBAGIJCn shipping orders $1 pr crate;
E0 J4c rer 1W lb-
4iNlON! On te near-bj at tOBljC.
r9jrASH-7II'"n'-B'owa at 10fr.se ir bu hox.
SI KING m:NS-Quote. Home-grown at 30M
40c P"r bu box loose
SAUnitKItAUT-a-New- handmade $151 per i
OUMEO Home-grown at l"tJ25c per pedc
Cl'CI,Mi;Elts-225e per bu box
GHBEN ORN Home-grown at SfllOc per doz
faW'EET 1'OTATOEs Home-grow n nt flU Kr
bu box for Bermuda, and $1.2581.50 for Nanse-
. 'i OMATOES Home grown at $131.23 pr bu
LETTUCE Home-grown at 2C22Sc per bu box.
1'EPl'EKfa Hnrrc grown at 40S50c per bu.
EGGTLANT Home grown at -OS 40c per tu.
M.INACH Home-grown at 15c per bu box.
1 CRNIPs New hoine-groyn at 3'i240c per bu.
JlfsTARn GREENS Home-grownt at 53103
per bu. box.
1-COULHAHI-20823C per doz bur-h.
CARROTS New home-grown at EIf23c per doz
bunches and $1.1 ; pr bbl
HORhEUAUlsH On orders $2 50 per bM.
UEiSlb licmc-arown at $lfilz per bbl. and
252Cc per doz bunches
KALI.. Home-grown 13c a Lu box
UMSL1C New Orleans (new) at 5J6c per lb.
JlLEltl Michigan 7.S9jc. Chicago SOsTSOc ter
HUnilARD SQUASHloasOc per bu box.
FEATHERS In d-m.nd. stcadj P.ln-e !iie
geee in small sks i7c. In l.ige .ks. 41c, tra. 3
in ima.l. ..c in la-gc st.s . old wh te aj,f3ttT.
X 2S8Jc. NX lse-uc X.. 10ol2c; NXXX 6c.
chlck'n 3e Tate -M ir cent jn email el. and 2
per cent en larj,e Luck White S5c; dark 2c.
UELRSrcINn. ETC I'rln.e de rsklns 2Sc per
lb bick'atl 22c. Texn- at lie. antelope 15c per
lb , goat 5tc each, ('amused cut
ULEbW AX Quiet at lie per ib for prim-
SHKLT I'ELTh rull wool pelts nom.nally 50:
to soe. bhiantngs at 5c to lie. do stoccs, lallen,
etc , Sc per ib
HOOT Glnfng at from S3 50 to $4- lidy dip
per at &o. nri nt 36c. pink at 14c, golJen .!
rt 6p47c. May apnle nt 24c; wuh-w brk of roo:
Sc, tark of tlec 24c; blocd at 2tic; blue fU at
2c- sassafras bilk at 5c. wild ginger at 5c- snake
30Q32C. A-gclkft at 5&6c
CASTOR IIUANs At $1 25 per bu fcr prime ln
car lots small j.ml Infe Ijr 55710c less
MINKLOW IUt St:Et-$J.75 per 10 lb.
LINSEED OIL Raw at 61c. tolltd 62c, prtes
CASTOR OIIL"ts 2M gal , 10',c per lb No
1. and pijc No. 2. smsll cnantltlcs lc per Ib.
tOTTON-SEED OIL Summe- jellow at 4c
white 4jc, winter yel ow 4Fc- winter white 43c:
cocking 4,c, salad 4
HOI-. New Yo-k 21J22c- TacISc Coa-t isane
old at lie foreign at 40343"
hALT E. side. Medlcm tOc: granulated S3c p-r
bbl 5e per bbl more this side
HEMPhEED-Lateit bid at $3 03 per 100 lbs
DRIED GREEN rEAS-Jrbb'ng (mm store- Or
4lna.r at $i ;5, S-oci $1 3 ipllt $2. whlppoor
wlll peas at Hi-, blaikoe :2 25 .
tMUTE IlllAN' Hand-n'cked h-ans In -i .,.11
Srt. ft sft-d m Btis, .. ft ... . J . a.
"" I f.UI- ilJI ,tr uu
av trim store Jl 95 rer bu : eereened at Jl 75 i
tyj tier Oil : inle.nine-nlrkeil nt tl OV. 1 l.a I... .
at siT.si.o n.v ik htv-v.r- -.'v;.t "";..""'."'
pink at 3'Xc; l-nti'ls at 4Uc; N'ew" yj-k kldneis
I10TnV flnnih' n-irlr int.. l.l.b. i ,rt
Hi, P' alfa'f i:-: Inferior'. Strained: South-
ca?is,6iicVc 3 CaI" iS354c' Ca'lfornla
VOSS Urpwn and black mixed 22Uc: ma-
cMne-picI.ed X st 3.Uc; XX at 3S4p sr-
m.niiV. Vi. ,i.v2. "V,"".' ,urpeniine and
filiS m Sfjf ,,?aK -0c: blaek n!1 Mc: Unseed. ,
Iff 'i.ie km a'"h ''!c: -sar 15": whisky 5c- i
GO half bbl" .siCt wine s.1.. a.rt,H....
l-vrri nARRni. Coal oil. turpentine and
?Jj ZJ?ih.ritr Hf i molass-s soc; lard I
i-s hi'!Si,iSjr rach brokfn head, 2c off for i
nnnmi mnv 'v!,.!,,. '
vS. ret--SPSZhZ Al? firm. Quote ner ton:
talr 65iac: common 50QC0e: rhnlr a. ciuc.
i tSf' manlla Ji.60: No. 2 at 50c; rubber ,
BON'KS-Cholcs" bleached at Jll 50 per ton- oth
er kinds from J9 to J13. ' oln
SCRAP IRON" AND METAL rer 101 rbs -
n krtaia-ftO t.4- ulrf TsafeBp -aa.s, - 'T0'?
nrcucht Iron ,: heav y cast, malleable steel
and breakage -. stove 42Hc: burnt 23c: light
brass : teavy lBWi copper ; Ilac- Kf
iriiu .j-j. m in !'
POP TORN On 0bv Cbolee
e white 12 rer ICO
tl 30; r,w Ji na
about sMo ""
lb . rice worth S'.SO. mixed tl
PECANS Average receipts about zdbc.
PEANUTS We ouote- Farmers' stock Red at
l.(dc oer lb.: white 2ttp2ic. '"Q al
WALNTTS Selllnir at 23c per bu.
r-IDKR Ouotal-Ie p-r bbl ln lots at J3O-4.E0.
HICKORT NUTS W quote per bu. at 30a for
large and 50c for shellbark.
SORGHUM CASE SEED-Best bid at J1.23 per
SORGHUM Prime new quotable at 20g23c p.r
MAPLE SUGAR AND SIRUP-New sugar at
So per lb.: Canadian at 12c; maple sirup at 09
soc per iai
liltAal 2E;LJc .uiliev ai ivitwc; umuinjr v
' tH4 01. ortme seeds worth more: clover JS:
new redtop J3 7563.50.
DRIED FRUITS Apples These. sold at Ec to
7c tor sun-dried quarters and at 67ic tor ev ap
orated rings. Chops at IV to lc; fklr.s Igl'.ic.
j'enenes hun-oriea nives zjjc
ns folkiws: Yellow pine Flnb at j;iBa.boar3j
MHPP VrtiTn flrst hnnic nnnlsllnnii ranff
(common) at SiSftlT. flooring- strips at J19f J) and
$16817 I'oplar-l-lnch at $3S32 and iUiftZ. 1U0
i inch $$ju3 and $MS2J. :Vi-lnch and thicker at
X33if3S and 5 U-6. sQuare 1x4 at i:SH3) and Ji5
ew IxS to 7x7 at 1WB32 and $i312. SxS and up
at S30S34 and $MBI1 OJk l'laln sawed white.
Inch at j:Cii27 and Sltgi:. 1'. to S Inch at SSS:)
and JlS'iM. 2", to S lncn at JMtiK and ilVa-l,
quarter-rawed white l-!nch at $(41S and $24S2.
lU&I-i Inch at J4J847 and $23827. quarter-fawed
red 1-lnch at $32 and $22. 1-.61S Inch at :W 4
and $23224. bo'rtcri and reach at $Ii)j2.
tongue at $31g33 Ash 1-inch at $:s and $13.
I'il4g: Inch at $2310 and $1C:0: &n to 4
Inch at $$is?32 and $21022 Iilack walmJBtvt ;73.
$82 and $1713. Cherrj t"lar and f(Bfnd at
Jfe.-S??-"!0?.-?-1.,'. .".nd cu"-". at .'1.t-,tii'TrV.-l
ji- anu Loum. nirm'y mini ai ku.. auu ... ,
su.i ai ijiji ana ijaiu. pj vtu y-i .,v-v
fet each, accordins to size jcamore at $10 for
merchantable stuff, do quarter sawed at 23ft 7
and $I5fclt Cottonwood Mill run t $'1 h -hoirdx
(12 Inches and oier) at $21323; gum at 50
9 for sap. $13520 and SS312 for reu. choice tu
lana worth more Cj press at $28332 and $iSB2i.
Maple at $12 for toft.
COOPER-STl FT! CJuote: Cottonwood flour bbl
at $4 23ftG SO. do meal bbl at $4.73; No I at $:,
half bbr at 14 23: mill ran fruit bb: at $3 30 !e-er
Is at $12315. lard tierce at $27 pork bbl at $18.
Ilradlns", per eet No 1 flcur bbl 5c. mill run,
174-inch tock for apple bbl 41;c. No - do
34c lard tlnce j6 imrk bbl 12'-c Slaied
horps l lour bbl $44 :) for coopr, $2 S0g3 for
lloto.er-.. aif bbl 2 10. colled elm $S: oak lard
three, cooper shiei $i3S pork bbl $3.
cnaiwT! icr r.rrf te it 15 for wood and $l.t5
foi iron bound bbl-.. D-rk bbl at 9CQ52',c for I
wootl bound. 1 for lron-boiind cleo tc at Jt I7H
Slick wotk Itourd-hoop four bbl. S4-, flat-top
do 11c hilf bbls i. meal 27c.
I1AGOING. irrC HagKlne.. per jard I'J-lb, at
C ..-It. . 2 lb at 6 5-lCc 2l-lb 7 1-16C Iron cotton
ties at $1 07. Hemp twine Sc.
St. I.onla Cotton JIarkct.
Spot market dull and steady; sales 125 bales;
liood ordinary g
Lir. mlddlins 9 5-1S
Middling 8 11 15
Goo. miudhnj 8 1S-16
MUldllnc flir 3 7-16
Tinmen and FLaln'.l at UCSc below white
(xaivestci r-pot market quiet, quote middlings
8 7-16c, 'ales J2 bales
Ne- Orlean Spot market quiet, quote IMu
dllncs 8 6-ltc. sales 4V) bale
Memphis Spot market quiet; middlings Ssic:
sales 23 bales
ltce'pts at principal points:
Oalte.ton, 773 bales
New Orleans, 13x
The net receipts at all I'nited States ports fo
een das were 11,2V) bales, as asalnt 12,0S3
bales a week ago end 12 01'J a jear ago; expnts
:i 29 bales, as agalnit Cl.i-C; a jear ago, stocks
1.00S7, as against 2es.C5ti
St Ixuls warehouse statement
.... 24 37S S SJ3
....173 612 242. -.21
.. . 1S.513 41.43..
t2 4 0
.. 846.WJ 9I7.-UI
02 1.3 0
Stocks on hind Sept. 1
Net receipts since fcept. 1 ..
Net iilpm-nts since tept. :
stocks on hand to-daj
Gross receipts lo-dcy ,
(J-css receipts since iept. 1 .
Gross .sMpnients to-da ....
Cro.s shlfments since Wept :
Xw Torlc, Aur. 15 DOt cotton closed quiet:
niudllnK upland", mlddllne Rulf S'tC, ale 2-S
liales. i-uturt?s clCbed quiet Aujp S lc: bpt.
7 4t Oct. 7 S2c. -No. 7 74c. Doc 7.74c; Jan
7.7Gc, T4?b 7 7bc. March 7 74c. April 7 7c; May
7.73c The cotton market opened quiet, with.
prires unchanged to 2 nolnta lower, this belnr
in rtvspon,-e to unfavorable cables from the L-l-erpool
marl et and indT selling by the roonx
lonpj. Then came a rail, on covering by near
month Fhorts anl some ne -(rop month bars.
baf-d en the fresh appannce of Wall rtreet
buj In;; oriier for Jan Hotv r er the Impro e
meit v,as shcrt-ll-d and h nidda th whol
list had acaln worked belon the t Iodine of jes
terda While eeral attempts were made later
In the session to ralli the dltant months, ccat
terln line of lonjc cotton continued to come
en the markrt, and pric"? slowly etyed off, Jan.
to 7 76c and .ur to 8 40c The lat business
was almct entirely Tirofeional. and small at
tint The prlate crrj repcrta were erj con
flicting nnd d.d much to confute the trade here.
The v-eithcr revr vns not affect'Kl either way
1 he Ute IlerpooI cables reflected more or Iea3
wllllnnes to be guided bj dtteio?ment3 in,
Xw ork The local market clud nul't. With
rr ccs net 4 to 6 oolnts lower. T tal sales es
timated at 33i.XO bales.
Liverpool. Auk 13 Cotton Spot quJt pne
faor baer American middling 4 27-32d Hi
"xal? of the dav were C.00 bale", of which 0
wire for speculation and export, and Include 1
3 1 Ameritin Kecetts. l.tJ ba'es. no Amer
1 -an Puturs opened ulet and closed cuiet;
Amrriran m.dJlinrr. k. o c.: alz. 4 j-w-l 'o .
Auc.-Pept 4 5-C4d nt -Oct 4 ?5-64g4 2SC41
. Ort-Xoi 4 3i-C'C?l 21-41 p. Nov -Dec 4
IS 6M s Dt -Jan 4 G ZlQi l7-(Md : Jan -Vrh.
I 1G-Cld b. Ib -March 4 16-64d -value; March
Arril 4 10-CW ?.
.w Orl-an. Auc 13 Cotton futures quiet;
f Aur S 170S ISc. Sept 7 707 79c: Oct. T.GOjr
ntv, .ii't itWl i.tHtk.. ivrv i.tiit I iwv,, uuui lull
n' jtc. I'eb T 5S8T.O0C. Jlarch 7.:s7 Wc Spot
cotton quiet, salts 4J0 baUs, ordinary 6"4c: irocd
ordinarj 7!sc. law mld-lllnc 7'c. middling- 8 5
16... cood rilddllnc S .'MSc, middling fair S 15-16c
Iteceipts IK bal"S. Heck JC S,3.
N'ew Orleans, La Aus. 15. Secretary Hes
ter's statement of the world's- -visible supply of
cotton shows a total or l,ull.S29, cf which 90$,$39
Is American cotton.
Hostoi. Auir 15 The Commercial Bulletin will
rti ln to-morroA's report on the wool trade of
the United fctates: Wool Is lss actus, but hlKh
tr. Ihls appirent incor-Ittency Is due to the
action of dealers who are. in some cases, sold
mtntns ahiud and tme marked up their wools
i Ueces, nutablv, hati advanced Ohio washed
No 1 hac bw:n iold at 24c thU week On'o
w.isb-d delalie has adiancel to 22c and otbeia
of rflc are refused Ihire Is a continued pre-&uro
for 11 Super pulled and manufacturers, not be
iiC able to purchase sood lots at lees than 40!
iUan. are expr imnunc with Khorastan and
with Iri".h wool. There in mucn hope for domestic
Uno wools ln tho ehoitiKe In th world's nupply
cf merino New South Wales and Queensland
are rufferlnc fror-. tae worst drougnt In hlstorj
Hie rew Australian dip will ahow a t.hrlnkar;e of
Jl per tent Australian C4s ln tie market ran
ad'.anceu to 75c ncuuied. f-locks of Anerlcai
wool last Januarj wei CXav.nn short of tno-e
of tl-c ircvlcua jear. Tie suod prices paid for
Iambs ban tncourased slaugluerlnc In the United
lai--. .iif lect.piH ct wool in uoston since
Jariuarv I, 1S02. have been 2 P,750 asa n't 16 -It."
dl lb- for the lime period ln 1WL The Uol
tor -nlpmcr.ts to date are 170.457.2I0 lbs., against
shipments of 1.7.214 0C lbs , for the same period
In ISul Tl stock on hand ln Boston January 1
,V3. ? - ',V3P'4(? Ib" ,the total 5tock to-da H
waTTo.CU ibs 'tOCk 0:" ban1 AUE 1T- im-
ncPI'DLir fcl'ECf AI.
NVw lork. Aug. 15. Live poultry-One car ot
utst.rn was handled late jesterday and another
arrUed this morning; erj fe-v chickens ln the
receipts and cleaned up closely, while oer a car
of fon.s went over uneold. Kowls cleared at
jjHc while otner poultry waa stady and auota
ijre.Fed poultry Receipts to-day 5C2 pkca : the
retc'pts to-da were quite heav-j for so lato In
the week, and several lots are still out and will
no' le delivered before to-morrow morr.Inp With
th demand p:ett well oer. there was an -asW
tcne to values on both chickens and fowls as
receivers we-e amicus to keep stock movlnc
Bue-s hovever. owIik to llu rullnc hlxh prlcts
operated as near to real wants as poslb! anl
the volume of business, v hlle quite satisfac'cr.
Mlerda. was of vcrj noderate proportions to
dav Iancj dry-plckid fowls were held at It
but average not exceeding lSWc while lie on
scaldtd and 14c on dry-picae4 tmckens were f.ll
hlvjn on bet marks, considerable useful rtock
Eo.nc at from HStI2c N'ot rajch movement in
frozen fowls Chlcltens. Southern, small, 12--fowls.
Western dry-picked, prime and ecaldd
pr mi. ny?c: Southwestern dr-plcked Uol-ViC
Other quotatlors unchanged.
New York. Aug 15 Receipts to-day 6 803 cases.
The situation Is apparently growinj weaker,
which may be nM.ribcd to vsriou- causes
alui dance of peaches, the persistent and increas
ing unclngs of refrigerator Mock rrom all points
r to the decrease in the consumptive demand
from the better class of trade. N'o Interest was
ihown under the cp-n call, and the demand from
toic was equally slack and the best-graded
cinulfd stock could be bought below 13c fcec
ends. dirtlts and checks were not wanted un
less showing a full degree of merit. Quotations
Chicago, Au 15. Uggs steady, fresh 16c per
Philadelphia. Aug. 15. Kggs steady; fresh
pear-b 21c. lors off. do Western 21c, do. South
westerre isw, do Southern 16CfI7c
Knnsas Citj. Mn.. Aug. L, h'ggs steady; fresh
MIescuri and Kansas stuck U4c, los on, cases
flutter nml Cheese.
N'ew Yorlc Aug 15 Butter Receipts 6SI5
plsrs. barely rtady. State dairy 164SJ2.H:, creim--rj.
tatt. 16i4grO'Jc: crranurj. lmltatlcn. .5
ffjfii-c. factorv 1U.16C Cheee Receipts 2.241
rkgs , steady to firm: fancy large colored anl
vihtc SSc. fancy small, new. Mate, full iream.
colored ard white, sue
rnilau'.p.v.j. Aug. la uuttr Firm: gocd de
mana. extra Western creamery 21c: do near-br
r.-l., n f-li.n .tnHan... S', .'. . ...a.
'"".-; '.-"""".."."...jry- ,-":" - mi
creams, nrlme small. Ivwldilc: do. talr in e-nvi
Chicago, Aus. 15. Butter st'ad) ; creamer'rs
15tflS'ic; dairies 11315c. Cheese stead at lie.
N'ew Tork. Aug. 15 Coffee Rio sp.t quiet:
No 7 Invoice 5!c: mid quel; Cord.va SftllVc.
Coffee futures cpentd stead), wiih price un
changed to 5 points Icwr. iables Indicated un
important foreign mariset change and a btai-
isn ruling or ptimary r-ceipi-. with a Clearance
eg 81.000 bags fcr the United S.ate'. Fol o-ms
the call, which owed ita ttea-line.s to roverinri!
Ka.. ..i .j .k.i. .rr. i,.i- '?
tlons ard these, as-ln yesterda's market, wre
relatively weakest all day. The bull el que failed
V eUc active support to the list, oitsll- orde-i
for the long side wire absent anl the room' not -
H. k ....a... ..n.l.nv n .l. . . T '.
-hort line, JEurorV At. red as a seller I
smaller shorts covered. Tre maret was finallv
harely steadyon neir m-nths and steady on fir
sun ricen a io iu iku.il nl lower. ?ales
amounted to 43.0X1 bars, includirg August 4 959
v ember 4 O: December 3 (533 10c: March .23?
Hay S.30g5 33c; June 3 40c; July i 43c. '
eptember 4 3oS Ojc: Octiber Sc: No-
Y iliK' ASS--l,-;"7i"1";r"llw.- r'ut rteady; I
fal.r renntaR. 2 l-16c: centrtmgal SS te-t. 3-
molasses sugar, 2 11-lEc. Refined, eteadr: crushed
o.ijc; powdered. 4 ic: granulated. 4 6Jc. Mo.
2sevr Orleans. La.. Aur. 13 Sm
opn kettle 2?3 J-15c: open kettle centriruzV
JC3Hc; centrifugal jtliow JM64 5-ltc; seconds
lHSSUc Mola s dull: centrifugal 5lie.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah. Ga.. Aug. 13. Turpentine quiet at
4V. Rosin firm. Quote: A. B. C S1.03: D n in-
e si.is: r ji.20: o n.23; h h go: i si so- k.
S.5Q. M ; N 12.45: W G JJ.K: W W U.I'
SEPTEMBER GRAIN SHORTS
SQUEEZED BY MANIPULATORS.
WEATHER HELrS TO BRING
ABOUT HE BULGE.
Contract Wheat Is Scarce,
Other Conditions Are All
Against an Upturn.
Chlcatjo. Aurj. 15 Manipulation and the
weather started good bulges in grains to-
I day and as a result,
Sept. sborts were
s-jueezed once more. Contract wheat tia)
scarce and there -was s.omo congestion in
corn and oats. Other conditions, however,
were all against an upturn. After the ma
nipulator had pushed price"! up well. Hnuli-
' atlon from tne same hands brought reces
sions In the end Sept. wheat clo-ed 1 cent
up, Sept. corn unchanged and Fcpt oats lic
higher. I'rovlslons closed 5c loner to 3c
'tt heat spurted c arly en the fears of shc--ts
and rains In the spring harvests. Conges-
tlon In contract -nocks na' marktd witn
cne house practirallj in control. The opei'
1ns was somewhat will with everjlioilv
wanting stuff and off rings cry light. That
manipulation was practically tne entire
cau'H for the upturn teiied reasonable
from the fact that receipts prlmar , lo al.
.Northwest and Sou thwpsi were mucn htav
ler, that Argentine shlprents were ill
ci eased, that th" liunuaiian and Itouman
Ian clops were large and that exporters
offered free! with lew takers-. Although
Gitnl rwr is Vi a nnlnn!ntrul rrsisitli t l.n
"-V. " V"- "'...' ......i... .
pronteu to-uaj .Iter prices nau lie en
pushed up well, the hollers unloaded in
tept. and unstradcl-d their spreads by tak-
lng on Dec. Still Dec held to Its discount
of over Zc. bept starteil 3s to 'c higher
at TOi to TtVc. and sold to TlUc. Tn.re
was a dip to 70Sc, but Sept closed firm.
1 cent up at TOTsC Local receipts were aiS
cars. one or contract grade, Ilir.enpoli.
erd Duluth reported 1-C cars, making a total
for the three points ct -m cars, against J.'
last week and 412 .1 enr ago Primary re
ceipts were 1.138 C01 bu., against IO.ujO on
last jear. Seaboard clearances in wheat
and Hour equaled 2S.1.0W bu. Argentine ship
ments equaled '4Q0OJ bu., against 4S,tt bu.
Corn was helped by the strensth In wheat.
Trade was not especially active, ct there
wan a good olume. The general commis
sion house demand was very good. Small
receipts of 22 tan., and rain helped the
bulls somewhat. Local shorts and the
Southwest covered bnk!y for a time, es
pecially in December. The longs, however,
fed the market Hberallv, and pr'ces Mumped
off. Cables were low t. There was no con
spicuous selling Tl" cah I-rnaiul was
fair but the crop posptcts were 'till e-x-tellent.
September sold between CIVic and
oJc and closed steaci, unchanged at Zq.
Rains nnd manipulation by bulls ln Sep
tember options lifted oats prices with s me
early rhow of excitemont. Thera was a
good demand In September hy commissi jt.
house;, with shorts leading. Stuff was p.ird
to buj and the cash demand wis bri.l:.
There was some late offering on the. ' iilgt,
but prices held well September smirted
from 31?iC to 23c and closed str.njr. '4c
up at 2Z'sC Gradirg was retarded uv tne
rains; of 272 cars, received to-da only 1"
were of contract grade
Ilnngc of I-'ntnrcs.
Articles. Opening. Highest Lowest Closing
Wheat Sept. ..70'4g70it 71' 70tt 7
lla' 70 70", 7-i o CD ,
Corn Spt. .. olVa"32 52 514 51',
Dec. ... . 41HS141-, 4.", 4I, 41'2
Maj 3&,23S S84 30',. 4
ept (old) . 27 a . T,'-Q 27 27"j
fccpt. (new) . 31.-2'i 33 Sl'l 32S
Dec. (new) . 291,4:23 ? ;4 a.
. Ma 20'. 20', 23g;o 301,
i-ept 35 S5 13.C21! 15 f) 15 (3
Oct lb i)0 16 11 15 IC 15
Jan 14.20 14 3-) 14 2) 14 :
Lar.l 3ept. ... 10 2754 10.30 JO 1) 10 2')
Oct 1 35 9 35 S 22'4 9.U'4
Jan S.22U. K 25 S 17'- 224
Sh Ribs Sept. 9 55 " 3 60 9 5-)" S.tVt
Oct 9 la 9 Is 9.U0 9 15
Jan 7.4J 7.47H 7 4) 7.45
Iteceipts nnd Shipment.
Articles. Rc. Ship
Flour, bbls 13 2500-1
Wheat, bu 2ill 00 415 00)
Corn, bu 7i"0V) 1,&)
)ats. bu 2c2,tk) 224 fr'l
live, bu 27.
Barlej, bu. 12,tJ
Provisions wete Irrtgular and dull Hogs
were lower on lller.il recelots. There was
some strength in distant options., tut the
near-by futures were liquidated rgam.
Some support came, "Enie'iallv m icrk.
September pork ciopd ."c 'ip at J16, Sepfm
ber lard 5c off at J10 23 and SeMcmbtr ribs
2'rc down at ?3 w)
Kstlmated receipts for to-mjrraw: Wheat.
2") cars; corn, 42. oats. 221. ho-s, l'i003 head.
Mnivi;Tis Il THLCGRAIMr.
New York Auk IS Flour Ilecclpts 15 0) hUn ;
experts Sifj3, maiKet steadier with wheal but
ou.ft luc Cou litill filr to cixxl rj3 it.
choice to fanc Jl ZitZ TU CorruTa. oulct. el
lo. WEtcrn 11 1'S ritv $1 2t. H.nrt-!n.- ?: ;3f?
3.3 Hje quirt. No 2 ton wy f. o 1
alluat. .No J t,$.Ue trK fatdto ;f7v c. I r
New York Uirly Ftpad feedlni; Ztc c t r
UulValo Uheat Ketrlptf lfcj'tH) tu rit sttt; ,
No 2 rM 73vc cix j0 n red "c f o b artoat.
No. 1 Nortfora 1 uluth Mc fob afloat. No 1
hard Manitoba Kc fob aflost -Another T.irp
upturn In h-rt wieat imnlled b,j po r (p-illn;
ii v-icapo ana snov ers inro isn ire nrin.st.
affected the entire market to-Ji. pro-notmtr frr
ral actilt and -urencth in al! ontiun Hho'ta
led the buing. vrhile fo-elen houot .nd Nt ar
thr doe It eas. oft slUhtU thnitrH lljp
pointing export bu'lnf-"" and .! liniilv f to
nrt nl ctier, ilaj 'wai.. rlosI c wpt IV
74 11-ltc. closed 7H,c. U"C 7r4r7SV clu
73-ic Corn Hec-Mpts 1 0) bu . fxnorts CI2.
Spct caj , No 2 GS'-c ele . 65. artoat Optiun
market at Urn oM ud with wheat on rfj,rinjj
due to small ArtTcntune thlprvnti anl l.phi
Ae-stein retelpt-. but later nft enough tinloud
Ins to produce reaction The clew is '5c nU
lilsher en Hept . but umhansfd others !? " XI ty
4i4iHc. cl-ced 44c. --pt ZtVViC. cloM Uc.
Dee 46stf45TiC. cloed 451-c Oat"P.erf-ip 111,.
00) bu expert 19, --pit u.ettl"d No 2 new
041c. No J nominal Nn 2 v blt azotic, r.o 2
white nominal, trk. mled Western nominal, trk.
white nrri nominal trt. wnit ?t ite nominal
Option marK-t was Miotic rn 'Ct diirm; the
forpnfon but later old off with orn Cvt
meat qult. pickled shoulder? MaQ9 . ilckl-d
ha r.3 UUfii2c Iird cafj . extern teamed $li.5
i10 c; uc closed 19 'C nrmli il rciln d ei.j
I'ork ea Tallow ea- . clt $2 per pkc) tft
6Uc. country (pk!. free) 6-fj6 ttJiecd
oil quiet Illec firm Mol immts tceatVr
Oiicao, us 1- Ci3n H'"ur ei heit No
2 nprlns 72Ji73c, 2o 3 t'i7n. .No 2 red '0.
71Uc rorn No SCe. No 2 ,t Inv tOc fa s
N.i 2 CSU-frrV. No 2 Mil te 4. . No 3 white t.
21V llt Nu 2 iPie Iljrl Fair to fcul e
maltlrj: ;vi2c rJi-N I R.x SI Tjt No i
-cniiHeieri j' lj. j r in? nrronj 'rr 5
iont Mef pork. pr bhl . 31 Z0'l 13. Urd rr
3C0 Ib3.. J10 IsTfilJ 1" nhort rlb tl !c (.oos)
r rAH0a drv-ralted -Vi'-uM".- bsd. S 737.SS7V..
hort cl"ar 'de bxd ) JIO SOglrt C2i- Whisky
bafl of hlehwire, 31 31
MllwaukH- V. 1. Aus 13 Wheat firm. Ctrs-
No, 1 Northern $c. No 2 NoitlWn 7G5f(V
Frpt 63a Rve firmer. Na 1 31-ic Ilar-
steady. No. 2 7)ST4c. simple iZC.CS Con brt
IA erpool, Aur 15 Hams Short cut quiet. 3i
Cd Ilacon OuiT.bFrland cut stcail " bJ Mot
ribs nulet. Vi tJ. Ions clear riiddlra lisit. nu! t
Zf M; lontr clear nldtles. heaj. qui r 3Js Iinl
-1'rlnf strn dJll. 3;- Ci. Am'.l'-jn rerti-i
dull. C2s CottoiiFeiHl oil Hull rflned "ynt d ill
21s 6d. Tumcntfn mlrlt rteidi. tit fl Hops
at Iyjndon (Pacific d.an firri- tZtt rr-w nt
of wheat during th- pa-t thre daF. 2 20u
centals. Including l'C0 me-icn It cIi. of
American corn durine the pust te dij, none
Kanrai ntj. Mo.. Aujt 13 do. Wheat
Sept (34r 1 ec. V. ri"! No 2 hirl flTc, N'o 3
fil1GC3". No. 2 ril Ctc. No. 3 1it,S Cnn
fceot 41Nff;il,c Dec Z'-iCX.r. csh No
mixed 4Of)c No 2 r hlte 33c. No 3 3t 0-ts
No 2 white 3?fT,-3' Hi-No 2 'C'fVc Haj
holce t'rr-Un J".30-;o: do p-lne ;i .-,1. i,.
c-lnts Wh at lM.yo bu. cui 2i4ii hu.. mts
2stW. PMcmentsWhcat 9 Or) bu ; crrn .v.
MlnT-aroIIs An. 13 CIrs- hen rtfi'ct
m4c: Uec 140. On trk No. t hnnl ,9r- vn l t
No 1 Vorthern nTl-ir f.s ?ilr ?Cn 1 rnl!f,'n r.j
3'd: futures steadj ; t.Dt. 3s lltd. Dec " lOWd
Corn Spot qulft. American mixed 5s llUd; fu
ture ouiet; Sept. 4s in:d: Oct. is 3$d; Jan.
Duluih. Auc. i?cio: Ah?at Cash No. l
bard ,6c: No 2 Northern 70c: No 1 Northern
TJtc: Fept. CSi,c: Dec. 65Ut Oats-ScDt. 31Sc:
Peoria. Auv. 13 Corn steadv; No 2 JSr. rst
firm, but slow : new No. 2 white ISGrTVAc
billed throush. Whisky J1.JI for flnirhed goods.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Beef Cattle ileatly Entire Receipt
Llsht Sheep Prices Firm.
NATIVE CATTLE Beef Steers At rivals of
cattle It the native divie'on were semewhat
larger than a week ago. but offerings ef tef
steers amounted to practically nothing, the satie
it last Kridaj. and were ncmirally teadv.
week's recelots were small an-1 ef but llitl
conseauenee. exr.nl en one or two itnvs snA .,
demand was of nnif.n'.t. n-cnortinns- n.l iqtr-
"K in irrce. so tn.i aunougn ine very be t
"""J P ab0ut Jfi?. '!: K .' I
.c.jr y,uw cltuls on oir.npi ruunu 4o, ana
iunie 01 me'e were reportea lower man a we X
ago with slack d-mand at the decline. On- fie
wh(Je. business was on a quiet and rather in-
different basis the entire week.
Beef Steers. I.3TO tr. 1.CV1 Pourds Steers n.r-.
aging 1.300 to I Co lbs. scld at 7.!55S. the bu'k
ot sales at S7.25CJ7.S3. The quality was dcent
and the weights ranged from 1,2.0 to 1,42 lbs.
ScSS't'SS. Z?tto'?Vf-l;V?- Te-' r.SS.i ,,I.BT5sSi4'-.. Texas clipped
reeond clear? .4t&B,snin bulk ? JilTn' '5":T -.252; 23-
A't'ik? D,i-?i'a;-rrnra.IFuh..7:v. - ''-''' ' lP" J
rteadi ertli wv- ir.t 32c rve- .-??: r'-Jgl li-.fr- !1 '' v.ils IW1.V. 1-nils nr.d stags
rsVc.OaTs rtu'l ltPt -trom?- sTnt- lid?-- t)i ' '" " "'' '' H 73. Hogs-
Tlcl Clover-sei- iitiv. ve-v- strorc:- o-f ' .--: R'-eln s 4 -S trirket steifj t" 3- lower: llsht
Jan? J3M- Vo -r,e SlCc 5Srorc' ct- Ij"-: a-d liKt mlx-H tc.:7kO M medium and heavy
t i.Zirl. r. - VS !r ,... --. .. 56 6H6 '7'-. n'r-. 53 7336 73: bv.lk ie.7flc ii
Durinjr ths previous week the full range was
K 10fi7.f. with tho bulk at J7 So.
l.f .tB.r, 1 VA ,A . Mn Tnt,n.s 1. .,... In
thlj Clajt ranrred from litftt lit fh hnlTr tnlrf "nt
$7.l,ir7 6). Uuring the pre icus h the full
ranse wa $Rlr7. the bulk old at $66 25.
Beef Steer 10v to 1.1W l"oun2s Tte repre
sentation In this cias in large lots or loads -!d
In extreme from $4 40-37.23 th bulk d nt
$1 C3$:C 23 Durlnsr the pn vious week the full
ranse was J4.X&7 40, and the bjlk sold at $3.G
l!utc-her pteer. C& to y) Pound" The full
ranre in. thl- r!a was $1 73f3, the bu k cf rale
at Jl.t.:ai so. Uur.ng tbe previous week the full
range was J2.G3-. with ths bulk at SZ 7501 10
liirrcHER CATTLK Kresh arrivals were,
small but plcntlfal enough ln the face of the
slack demand pnaillr.g for the kind on offer,
the bulk of vhlch were of medium quarty.
There were some good to choice I'atken, were
Ird tfi -e t In their requlrrments an 1 the general
hour Hall were scarce -nd stendi. while thern
uM-'iur-ss as siov. wien ?orn un-oia at a lal'
was no change In cann is and calves weio
Duiirg the we-K arrivals were motlj of nw-
mum qmiuy, anu unaer quit paceer temind 1
raiaer slow ana so tl 1 irj,e y uc.:c lower.
with ctieme deiilr.es teported Ii-j3r The ry
wi citrines buuere i out liui. cr not at ail.
a- nrdinj: to sme Iev3 Canners wer repirteti
J0f(2ic Icer ltjlls were s a'ce acl soM attnur
sted all week. Cale .akened artund ti-
r-i.'di . f the wwv hm 1.-11.!- a..i!rw..i nmw
,n and c.o"il lullv as rlga as a w"k agi
Con- Heifer" and i.ixcl Lot
infers s-jUl at
ws at lt.i4 2i..
full range of $2 33'6 -V and cows at 11..4 U-.
Heifer upplit- were only f.tlr
tcl full load?
relllni t it 25E4 75 The bull: of the rows s. nl
at j; 753 S. bilk of toe helf.rs at J3.2-1JI 2i.
(B.-l .. l ,! r,t . i-lf.r. at nt-
liur'nc the p-i'nu ek the bui. of all tho
i nms yoid at $2 trn' Canning cows ;i at ;1.3
! 2 7 . Mied butcher cattie fold from $3 s4 ...
tl.- lull, lit
cal rales sold Iarsl at $5
I c 25 rer no lbs
and the lull rang- for -.eai
Ill'hs Siacs a"d O-en Tbc bu"s sold at $2 53J
4. the bulk at ?3g3 43, stass and oxen at $1 W
tock steers and Feeders In this class the
ranLe was . 33i3 C their we ghts ranged from
41 to 1.15J Its ard l: quallt) was fair to
cord The bulk of all the to-kers. 4 O to '
1 . scld at $3.331.:. and the S)J to i.0 lb. teeJ-
. era 'old lirirel at H.U SO
1 M' 1' if,' anl earllniT! Stock cows and
helfr-s -old at $2 i,:! 3". wlt'l th- bulk at $2 73te
3 ." and jearllngs at i. full range of $2 73ft3 'Ji,
rrainl nt $1 23a4 2
. ttoik nulls Mk Duns -oia mainij at ),a
. ,h ,,, .,, n. ,. , to
i .Cl flirX i ATTI.r. !:elpts of quarantlr.
, ca.tI- vv..yc5 .ars containtm 1.-1' hcaiVagatn-t
i tb ,1r afil "23.? head Iit Fridav. and M -rs
i and 1704 heul to wej. aio se -ow were,
i available, anl thij -uni steauv nuns were
arte and st.adv. and aives in Ili-ht tupplv and
I fl"" . ., . .. . .. ,370114 ritl a
, toPVsfin. Trad w-,, nu"et and generilly
,sia-lv t. a.v. 1 ut r.rt nateriallv chared from
1 the weakest spots of Thu-sdav Comptred with
vvteiv -eifo h th -t rs and n .s snow i greral
. derlln of 10fi20c whil- bulls are s'ead and
calvs stronger at tb I .ch pjlnt of the eas n.
Thi. ink nr T p wetl elaneil no
Uurlne the v-tk letns nn." In l.in Territory
cteers avenci'ir '"0 'e 1 T lb .old at a lull
nrg- f $- 7". 5 20. r-ost "f thm ecI"T at W 51
'i4 41 Cows .-.ml h'lf-. brcu-rht Ki4 2". bu;x
at ii C ii 10 'tic ami T-. $2.5053 .a. lulls K
43 nr-l eTiv.s at I'sC 73 rer head, the balk, of
tli 'ii join? nt Jt 2 iil
Kepre-t-itatlv e s-ii s
TKAAn AND IUI IN Mll.us
. 4 n
. 1 71
. t CI
. 1 20
. 4 II
. 3 fi
. 3 70
. 3 V,
lis 54 05
.11 SO .. t '!
. iCI .
' svS '
. 3.. '
.. l 2)
. 2 00
.. 4 ftl
. 3 25
. 4. '5
. 2 75
. 3 70
. : 41
1 21 3 25
IS .. i77. . 2 75
3 '0 .. 2 f5
3. . ..13 .. 2.'".
25 .. 722... r S
1 . 711 . 2..'5
IS ir-C... 2 CO
1 . C10 2 60
. 3 2"
. 2 15
. 3 n.1
. 2 C
. 3 ro
. 2 50
. 71S... 3 15
.. S70 .
. 02 .
. 51 .
s ..777 ,
7 .. 47 .
. 2 35
. 2 IS
1 .115-1 . 3 50
41. 10 30
11 9 )
HOGS The sunnlv cf hoes was srrall. in fart
tl.e recclrts weie not mire than ralf of a gool
moderate upplj. The arrivals amounted to onlv
about 2.5C) head again't 5,I'J bead lilts da last
jear The quulltx. rs has been tic cir for
th- past six weeks, wa quitd good, although
sjmc t-alf fat ard Southwest hoas were in
cluded nrrong tne arrivals. The market was
again K.wr, the dee line amounting to 5810c.
On this basis trading ws quite active en all
medium to gcod butcher and packing kind.
Lights, if good, were alro ln demand and sold
leadll) , but half fat ftuIT was extra ha'd to net
rid of at anjthlrg like a.ia acton prl es Tae
cIoe was on a sr.aile bett-r basis than the open
ing ami the clearance was complete.
lair to best butcher and heavv hogs ro'd at
57 7517 10, gcod medium we'gr.ls and packers at
J5 30o6 8j, tl-o buik at J5 70uCtO lUhts. HO to
ISO lbs. at Js.OjCS'. the bulk at S6 70a6 75.
Ilrhts, 101 to 1) lbs . at $3 55SS.75, pljts at 55 TSr
6 50, roughs and cull at S5 75&C0 The top of
tho market was J? lo and th bulk of the nogs
above 150 lbs average told at JS 70SC 55, asainat
a top of J7 15 and the bjl'c at JS S5S6 S5 on
SIIKIIP Just a good molerata supply cf sheep
was on sale during the first four dajs of the
present wek the largr proportion ot which was
limbs A gtjd demand prevailed for mutton
stock and all decent sheep and limbs found
read nle at strong prices Sheep did not show
ai, nil. ..ni... 1.... !.,. 1..a. 1....W.. n.l. ...... ,PI
I 2c There was no Improvement on the common
to fair Iambs, there belnr little demand for them.
tlo d tocker went quickly at steady prices with
Ian wek but the inferior to only fair one did
not cell -o qufcl and declined lOfflSc. How
eer the demand from countrv buyers was pood.
and all offered found pale and at Ieist another
dozn loads were r-edcd to fill all orders.
ho far this we-k the sties Included lambs
that o!d at 315 So. the hulk at 34 735 23. Na
tl and Southwt mutton heep sold at a
ruiRi nf 13-21, with the bulk; of the pale golnr
at U mWl 7T. blockers sold at 31.3Jfi3 40, cull
Iambs at XZ&t. and bucks cold at 322.75, rrln
cinill at 2 3
1IOH5B? Although the market has been on an
nctl bais during all the fore part cf the week,
the approaeh of the clctfln? was slenified by
quieter rurroundlnK KeelpLs dropped down to
er rreascr proportion, ard witn verj few
holdovers to count upen. the available Fupnly
did not amount to but t little, it was too
small to create anv diteTsIon In th trade No
auction w Ik id ard onl. a fpw ales wera re
ported at all Th ehlpmnt on the two preced
inr da riov ed thji th J "astern demand for
natlvu lifts was qult ood during the week,
as al of the regulars shlpied conlcnments In
addition to seeral new buvers The Siuthcn
trade has been bette- than last w- k, but -till
not ljrpe enough to "hc'v iny tnateifal difference
In prics on this clas"- " alues on the majorlty
of offerings were stroiser thai a week nj?o, par
tlcularl on the gocd classes of chunks and
Hravy draft Cor mon to Fx3. S.gir-O,
chrire to extn 31G'CflS. Chunks 1.133 to
1 2-At pound, fair to cooi JfWiS-i. col to choice.
$s:'J110 Coich hordes and co I"ilr to Rood.
Jli'trl. choice to extra. 2t2-) Horses fr
the houth Mnail, light drivers, fair to Rood,
Vi743. rhclce to rxt.a J30If70; Southern drivers.
larjsC JS-o ViiiHP't chunks 1.2W tr 1.500
lb. plin to good J7.lr.0, choice to cTtm. 510
12 Iiulncss d-lver Fair to gcod S.sSfilli:
cro ce to extri. f 1231c 13? rnddlera for Southern
use Fair to pood. $7S: choice to txta. JloO
It.., fanc called and New York saddler. 1130V
ZtO Inferior hore Common, small pluss, $2)0
2u. h av work pl'ip &WaO
MLLE'v-Th- rrarket was qu et. Although a
loail or two ar-ived the comnfioi supply was
mall and a th Uv v,a thu limited. Tiie ex
terior demand, which has teen tjitt all week,
ha not Im;ro.ed at the last. ar.d the week is
.! tins ve- flow RTion? the dealers. Pretty
larpe recr pts have ceme to the commission In
teieyt this wetk. 1 ut have all been -M at about
steadj .iir Tr d alers ha I little deniind,
but lout:ht te offer p frr the future trad.
Mu'p quotat'ors t cr b oe iniI s, 4 to 7 jears
14 lund. extreme Tai:
14 hand bu'k of mI
HU ham1 . -vtrerre nnw
HJa i-trds bulk cf s 1 s , .
17 1 andh. xtrerre lanst
'. InndA bulk of siles
I3- band, tzirema r-rpe .
131- hiii bu k of ril
Jfi t' lf', band-. xtre- e rnnpe
j :n ma 71 01
zo ovg 60 0)
.. zz. m-v 6J.W
:; 903110 oi
.. 70,i '0)
. :oo)dir. oi
. S3 002103 ro
. 1 fi16.1 ft)
ic to ItiTi ranrs. iimik oj aio-
Th rlrst line of mict.uli ns in cac'
coss Is cal
cutt.ttd to rtp'seni tn full rrtrpe frum common
10 txira uta'ir . noAtve-. o ici cuis3ii super
lative bunche- (Bli vie Rr buvexs. wtitch sorie
tnnev il rtrniccbu Jjovc th highest quota
t.ons 1 he htiui.d 1 ne oc qUJUiiond tiijnlfies the
bulk of uilcs, and fttneiall leprts, n s the val
ou cUs&ts as tt e jit y dd 0.1 the commlislon
maiktt. i.iore or l-s iniied
Kansas City Mo. u 13 Cattle Receipts
2J& mtlves. 730 Texan- Calves 30 Texans. 21')
natlvr (f-fxl crrn-ff I aid ff rasters steady to
lovr Cow stiadv in Sic lower, ouarnntine,
djll and vvtak, .to"krr end feeders steady;
lce tpcrt anI fi-esl i-..ef steers J7 C5.t0,
f. Ir t- ctofl 1 l-i" t". rUikrTp ami feeders J2tjf
o "3 -stern feJ ffejs j o 75 TexHs and In
dian t"is Ji Vn.4 'i as i ws 1253: natle
v ws !1 ji-r.6 ral'e heifer1 2'ct :. eatiners J1.50
?2 23 lulls 2 3'iJll cilir i.4.;3). iroRS
lleeip, J'. nrk't sttA.- to 3- liner: top
56 W lit: k if "1 es t ;u. V )ri -v Xf; 9Jf
f.."'i'-. rrlxetl natlvfrs j iivs r Iiki v. "llr'I.'ir
rrTP rs msjb pi"s .ot, ;i n4rj .teci
2.rf. mir!'t str. n- tire limbs '5.(02
tt-rn Itttnl's ss 'Of? le natlr wethrs rt rn
ft vi, wsiern n-ti'tj v-4 fi enes S3 t)It
Chin ReeInt- 2.22. jearlings and wether.i 11-
to 2Tc higher: lairi iteady to 10c higher; ewes
needy to 10c lower.
Chicago. .Vig. 1? Cattie Receipts 3.M In-
riuil'ng 1.1 V ixan" . wrrirrns: steady; good
to primf ptteis nominsl at 5r3; rcor to medium I The Tennessee arrived out of th Ttnnesee
M.2'.Ci7.'.l; storVeis and feeder" $2.3-135 5ft: rows ! River this mornlrg at 6.30 and Ift for rirook-S."'-as
3) heifers " Wi6 canners J1.S0S2.5'): t port at 8 a. m bhe will return thin venlng and
buls 12 V15?j. calves 3 3.1377.23: Texas fe.l irr leave on return trin to-morrnw .im'ti. th..
j- .; vveiern ste-rs t.u-i Jf. licss Receipts
to-day 27 0C0. te-mcrrow 13 CCn: left over 2 50-cp-ned
1"V- lower chfed active; mlrM and
t-utrhers S6.40G6 53; giv.l to choice ssvy ib jcia
7.10. rough heaw JS.2W6.60: light .23ei W);
lnlk of ra'es 6.wq6 i he.p Receipts J2-0-
ep steady to lower- la-ncs steady; 2ool to
noire wethers JJ.sofi4.23: fair to "choice mixed
- VS3 7i: tl'wcm rheep J' 50CT1.2.;
1i( s? -nor -. ivuflrn lasnria srr- m -mssns 1
. "'.' ""V. . ViV.V- sios ;"'- v-ucisi
jterdnv; Rerelptr Cattle 11003: hogs 21.512:
s-een ILIK. Shlprienf-v-atiie 4 I.- hoga 6.2SI: '
soep ,1.4 ... I
c.Ne,r ',VJ A.UV .,5vT:lIeJI,ecpt, S1-
,MJ22fc?2r:.r -.r-f ,ftE,,r..1'
73T extra rat tul. ..9i. ' Csbl's,dy fo-
'" -'"--..rer--r: ' --f ?I'r. t,. Ib .-
shipmerts 7rt cattle, a) sheen and 2.6.W quarters
nt beef r-nives-nJeeinis i!i. Mnrv.. q2.I.
J?:!' ? .J..I-KL-.a: ruttermrk
i 'iy are'seti veais -.-aiis-c per in.; ext-a ,
'- Sheep and Iambs 6.S4S sreer. 23c to v-
lower: Iamb. 15Brfc rff Sh'P T2S3.P); tops u- ,
culls J1.75 Lntrbs il ;0S6 7i; one car : culls
?. .Hogs-Rec.lrt . 75L Mrk?t lower.
State and Pennsylvania hogs n.ajgo.
Manchester. Aug. li Cloths quiet and atrt to
at concessions. Tarns dun. bbt
New Tork. Anr. IS. Th e'neral draand fcr
cotton jroods showed some Improvement in ths
dty jroods market at first hands to-lay, hut th-re
has been no chanso in tcne ncr In price for
staple or fancy lines. lV-cal Jobbers arc dots;
a lood business In a cneral war. tren -p
verr firm, with a quiet buslnet-9- Burlaps a-e
rorelcn markets ftrons.
I Told?. O . Anc
13. Oil Korth Lima.
i South Lima and Indlani S4c.
Oil Oty. Pa. Au- li. t?redlt balances 11 22;
certificates no bid Shtpmnts S7.277. average S3,
702: runs S2.MI. averar? TS.!
N'ew York. Aug. 15 Th- mnrk't for eraporatd
apples nominal at old quotations for si-at. with
futrrs showinir '071 wanness: ccmnon to 1
! lltlo-. prime 10'.?10ic. choice liaitt.c. fin-T
ll'it'12c. Ifunes In fair demand with prlc-s
ranctrg irom I's'j.c ior an grade Apricot in
gccJ demard. hx- 75'Hc bign S;a7Hc. Teaches
' Q"'. pecKd !2glCi-. u-d Ie.1 su.i0'ic.
Ilonstnn Oil Stock intern.
Houston. Tex Aug. 15 There Is ntt'e chang-
In the tone of the various rto--ks ard some of
them cortlmie to show weakres Othe. hovr-
i eer. are Imn'-o.lng. botli ln deniand rl rtrlc.
j'annatian. .ju at zmc. jvng'o-.ime-icar, j.uv
I at 2c; Iteatty (nv,). 100" at l'.ic. Internatioral.
1 30O at iv.c. Paleatine-Ciumont. 100 at 20e, Tx-
M 30O at lllcPaleatine-rvnurnont. 1C0 at 2ft., Tx-
a O S. T. 3 at $1W 23. Xatlomi Oil i- Pip-. 3CO
nt IT".c. MtrtUants nnd i'eC'an'cs. 10O at " c
' nc o- Air erlrjin. 1 CO t S'.c ISeittv. '0-0 rt
! ngio-Arrerlmn. lt) at S'tC Be-itty, 2.&-0 rt
I l.c. Continental National 1 7i' at 10c. Geyer cf
i uanc-ton. i.-v at lie ji.m'rauan. iro at Zi'rC.
Texas Star. 30 at V-f. Texas V entrn. 1M at
' J. -.luuaiij, i,w ai jc, iiii LaA. cil i iifc
S SC, Texa O. i T Co . 2 at SI0S.2j. Manhattan.
1W at 27c.
I sell -sala
Itjue nnl Fnll of the Rivers
For ti hours enilns it 7 a. m :
Fr'.In". Auc. 15. 1";.
Stations Dante-. Gauie. Chanre
rtttsburc Jl.0 S.S -5.1
rirkershurc M 0 k.4 0.0
'Incinnatl ;o.O iz -0.1
Lr.U'sllIe K.O E.3 -0.4
ashxllle l ) :i J.1
rhattanoon zi 17 -0 3
Kioren- .. .. IK 0
John'on-llle n.O 1 1 -0.1
Kaasli:e z 0 7S -0.3
M. rail Hi) M o.o
Dubuque 1", 0 2 On
Daenport Jt 0 3 2 -0 7
KeokuJc IS G.S 0 3
Hannibal 13 0 ... ....
Geardstown 2 0 .. ....
urarton S3 0 11 -OS
Oiiaha n.o 9.1 0 0
Kanst. City Ill) 3.S -0 3
Boonllle 210 ... ....
Hermann .. ;4 0 5.3 -0 2
St. I-O'jls ;0 0 15 0 -0.6
Chester ;o.O 13.3 -0.1
Cairo 45.0 .l -0 5
Memphis S3 0 12.2 -n.t
Utile Rock 3.0 6.1 M3
Vlcksburc 43 0 21. 1 -0 7
Shreepo.rt 23 0 4.1 -0 2
Xe- Orleans 16 0 7.S -0 5
H J. HTATT.
I-ocaT Forecast OlflclaL
Th river at St. Iouls will fall sllehtlr.
Hirer and DnslnesB.
Harbor jrauges yesterday znarked 16 fet. lntXI
catlnc a fall of .6 of a foot during the lest 24
TJuslne's alone the rlter front yesterday was trp
to the arase.
Partly cloudy, with occasional thunderstorms.
Belle of Calhoun
Cape. Glrardau Comraerco
liters Lee Memphis
fcpread Bagle Alton
City of Memphis Tennessee RUer
City of Sheffield Grand lower
Belle of Calhoun.
Grey Eagle Commerce.
bpread Earle Altca
River IUalto Brevities.
The Cap Girardeau Transportation
Tiinv is iratnr
rew tonrboat for tre
lire. She will be built at Jeff ersoni Ille. Ind.. un
der the supervision of Commodore Henry Ijhe,
president of the Eagle Packet Company. Nego
tiations are alu unuer nay with the firm of
John Barrett & Sons cf Cincinnati for the con
struction of fle modern barges with a capacity
or HOW tons each. The new boat will be 15
feet lonjr and 30 feet beam, with a hold of Sh ttn.
She Villi be equipped with engine with 13
inch ollnders and a 7-foot attofce. She will
hae 4 boiler, an electric light plant and bath
rooms for officers and crew, maklnt; her one of
the most modem towboati on Western waters.
Captain Edward L. Fulkerron departed yes
terday cfte-noon for Memphis, where he will en
ter the Government service, taklns charge of tho
United State? steamer Patrcl.
The Cape Girardeau departed yesterday after
noon for Commerce well fUled with passengers
A report of the channel was received by Cap
tain Drown of Harbor Xo. 2$ y-sterdav- from
Grand Tonr to bt. Louis from Captain William
Hammond of the United States steamer Abbott.
The Peters Lee departed eterday afternoon
for Memphis with a heavy cargo and every state
room tllleii witn passengers.
Pilot Be-j Berry of tie Peters Lew was a
visitor at the rooms of Harbor No. 2S yesterday.
Doctor K J. Hyatt, local weather forecaster,
presented Colonel Hunter Ben Jenkins wtlh a
handsome Mexican bamboo cane mounted and en
grav ed j nerday. Colonel Jenkins has probably
the Inrcest collection of canes in the country,
numbering more than KW.
The City of Memphis departed yesterday aft
ernoon for the Tennesree River, taking out her
full cabin capacity and a good cargo.
Charles M. Berkley, passenger agent of the
Lee Ltne received word yesterday that a new
steamer of the Old Dominion Line of Norfolk.
Va.. had ben christened Berkley in honor of
tbo old Virginia family of which he Is a mem
The Belle" of Calhoun arrived Testerdar morn-
Inc from Clarksvllie with good patronage. She
will depart this afternoon on the return
The United States steamer Abbott arrived,
from Grand Tower yesterday mornings
Th- Cltj- of Sheffield departed yesterday aft
ernoon at . o'clock for Grand Tower. She had
a good trip.
It was reporteu alanir the Leve yesterday
that th name of the Dewey will be changed
t the Lotus Sim, after the daughter of Captain
The Beaver arrived lart nlqht frcm Barfteld.
Art with a tow of i'w.,.000 feet of lumber for
The Grey Eagle Is due this momlrir from
Commerce. She wil depart en the return ln
-Ar.'ii? th passengers departlnr on the Cape
Girardeau were Henry Cotter. Ernest Bishop,
.. . .jujr..n Harris, rratik ferguson. Harry Mal
colm and William Savage, all from Alton.
Captain Sam Stanton of Stanton's Landing1
was a pas-ege r on the Cltv of Sheffield yesterday
n route to his home.
Judge J. F. Deerin of HiUsboro. Mo . accom
panied by Mrs. Deerin and his sister. Miss Col
li French, v ere paisens-rs en the Peters Lee
vesterday en route to Memphis.
The SISney cf the Diamond Jee Line will
be p!ac-U In the St. Paul trade after her nest
trip to Keokuk and her place taken in the Bur
lington trad bj the Quincy. The Sidney will
depart on h-r ilrst trip under the new schedule
Tuesday. Th Quincy will depart the same aft
errcon for Burlington.
The Peters Lee took down three small boats
for the Memphis Boat Club on her trip yes
terday. The Sidney will arrive this morning from
Burlington and depart In the afternoon for
Keokuk. Upon her return Tuesday she will go
out to St. Paul.
The Columbia will arrive this morning from
Chester and m. Mary's, and depart in the after
noon en the return.
The Bald Eagi is due this morning frcm
Peoria and will go out on the return in the
Memphis. Tenn . Aug. 15. The river here
stands 12 2 feet on the gauge, a tall of .4 In the
last 21 hours. The Stacker i-ee arrive! early this
morning and returned at 12 noon with a gocd trip
of xivnengers. Tae James Lee d.parteu at & p
m for Friar's Point. Th. Sadie Lee departed
at 5 p. m. for Ashport. 'ihe fit of Idaho de
paittd at 4 p. m. for Fulton. The J. B. Finl-y.
with big tow of coal, got away at 6 a. m.. for
New Orleans. The Ruesell Loril. with a tow of
mr.r.' lur... n,iil (lM.n nt If a m ... VV'SIt
River, after 'a load of rallrcad- ties for St.
i Lou's. Gorge iia'il'on. rormerlv a vvell-Known
Cincinnati. t. louu ana .vew unmans pilot, die!
heic last Mordaj and -was buried Tuesday, agj
Burlington. la.. Aug. 13 The river rose 4
inches In tho past 24 hours, according to th- re
port of the observers t the brldg-. The staga
is now 4 feet and D Inches above Ion-water
mark, a rise of more than a foot. Weather cloudy
and cooler. The Klolse and Dubuque ara re
potted up and the Elolse and Glcnmont and Park
Bluff with 26 strings of logs reported. The Pear
Ile Davis and Zalus Davis brought down a lu
taft to the Burllngten Lumber Company to-day.
The W. J. Young went north this morning.
Paducah. Ky.. Aug. 13 River gauge reads 7.1.
Bob Dudley, frcm Clarksvllie. arrived th's
morning at D o'clock and leave at noon to-morrow
on return trip. The Harry Brown, with a
big tow of emnties. passed nn at 4 n rr, Th
J. B. Richardson from Evarsvlile wires to ar- J
rive at 6 a. m.. and will depart an hot-r later J
on revum -.rip. ine uick towier departed for
Cairo on time this rcornirr. Weather bot-
Vlrksburg. Mlg.. Aug. 13. The gauge reading
IO-cav snowr ;i.i leet. a ran or .7 rf a foot,
The Belle ef th B-nds is due In from Greenville
. . - - -
The Vlcksburc Is due in from Memphis, to clear
at rocn to-morrow. Th Valley Queen is er-
necl un earlv to-morrow morning toV the Upper.
Bencr. The 171k cleare.1 rn time loIay forl5a--
"c? Ill Aug Ii -The
,i?'7how ncAaSfa f-Tfl ?
rlvpr tratlP rtsfirla 1T5
MtoirTSSrWi r!i-2, ,L.I00tin H" PS
J louf'- A ".r? raln-torm occurred to-n'ght
Sofer. The H.rrvC'rJro1s V.hJJM "I'jyjl
at - m witii in W mZ.f. .-. ?Z . ,
,, " r,i ,i.-Vi S- oJ 1 JL f .. ''1 il"
nE Fowled w.f fr, .VoSV,. at..1 P'J? ,Tn,
5iSiJSV!iU. tl VSJJarSS?.'? V:-, Jcs,
,h yv.ed itoZT?... LVSr'-iL "'TV.
and departed down the river at 3 p. m. with
tow cr empty oarges. Tne J. B. wailiims cleared
fer the lovrer river t 5 n m -111. A.. .
barges. The Alice Brown cleared for the lower '
m. wltli tow ot Barges. Tht
Regular Chssbr Cad Gnnd Tasar Pa:hl,
Steamer CITY OF SHEFFIELD,
. irj- Will lraie waarfboat, foot ot Ptn
JUSrtastsg t.. Mondays and Fridays at i p. ra.
""W" for Chester. Grand Tower and sU
way landings; low rates; kvhkI accommodations;
freight and passengers. Pbones: 45A ard A 112."
JKO. B. MASSSN"GLE. Agent.
COLL'JIUlA 1'ACICKT COUI'AXY.
Fast freight and fine paseenger uccozniriodatlona,
Tne only regular tote. 0-nevl-ve at. Uarya ana
Leaves ere-y Tuesdav Tmirwlav and Satcrdaji
at 4 p. ra from Lee Line nbarfboat.
Round trip. ;2 including raeais and room.
JIl'N-TKR KE H--V!.IN's General Ageet.
Tho-.e Main 1M5. IClnl'ch A 2
ill f J e, Itallrcad time Elesant steel hnlL
rtallrcad tlrae Elesant steel hnlL
i SS5i S-i? Vr pine ."..' Tnesdtii:
t iit t.rt win leave, wnaj
foot Pine street. Tuesday!.
Thur-days and Saturday fJt I p. n- tor tap
' uirarueau ana hi wiii. iim.-if;..v - .
I ta round trip
Phones 48 and A 112.
JKO K. MASSgTvQALK. Agent. j
E&QLE PAOKET GOKPANY.
Every Saturday, 5 p. m.,
Returning rVIonday Morning
S4.00 Round Trip, including
Rleals and Berth.
The Only Side-Wlicel Steamers fosi
GAPE GIRARDEAU, COSHERCE
And all wav landings. Leave foot of Vine it.
Str. CAPE CIltAKDEAU. Mondajs and Fridays.
" tr.mGF.ET EAGLE. Wednesdays and Satur
dav. & p m.
Bound trip to Commerce. J.C0. ,
Str. Bald Kagle for Peoria and all way latt
ices. Wednesdays and bsturdays. 4 p. m.
I here Male 25J H. W. LETHE. Agent. t
LEE LINE STEAMERS.
To Memphis, S7.0O Roniil Trip. 910.09
Including Meals and Berth. ,
For Chester. Gmrd Tower. Cape Girardeau.
Cairo, Memphis. Helena. G-eenvtlle. VIcksbur
and Natch"!, takine fre'ght for all way landings !
this 'We of Nev Orleans and landings on Arkan
sas rt ver to Plre Bluff. i
stacker Lee. Tuesday. August 13, 5 p. m. ., I
Str Peters Is- Fnaay. August 22. 5 p. ra. . I
From wnarfboat. foot cf OI ve st i
rhoneo: Main 1CMA: Klnloch A 7R. -'
W E. Albltz. Com. Agu. D. M. Connors. Guv, '.
SL Louis and Tinnsisj! R;ur Pa:'il Crrnanj 1
Great Tennessee River Rontc.
Excursion Season Now Open, i
STR. CITV OF CI.IFTOX. j
trTSVjj Or.lv J12 round trip.
Jc53 "WH1 lave wharfboat. foot of Pine
i'rts-J' street. Wednesday, August . at (
n- m . for Care Girardeau. Cairo. Metropolis. ,
Paducah and all Iindings m Tennessee River, la
Waterloo. Ala. JNO K- "MA&bENGALE. Agt.
Phore Main 46A and i112.
Tre only regular Calhoun County Packet.
1 J3?Ln s rn "'I-I'U OF CALHOUX,
LqScSjT Leaves wharfboat. foot of Locust
syiryr rxit street. ever Wedpesdav and Saturday
at 4 p. m. for Hamburg, iloilsr's and all Cal
houn County landings
Phone Main 1219. General Agent.
DilMOHD JO LIHE STEgftERS.
For Poppleton. Hambars; Moaler's.
Clart-sv ille. Li.uialana. Hannibal.
Quincy and Keokuk.
Leaves Saturday. August IS. 4 p. ra.
FOR ST. PAUL ',
And InIerT"i!'a' !Vir
STR. SIDNUT, Tu4ty. August 1, 1p.m.
rrom wharlbcct. tool of Washington avsnua.
STR. DUDUO.cn. Trlday. Aug. IS. 4 p. ra. .
Phone Main SH7A. I. P. LUSK. Gea. Agt.
Frits arrived from the Lower Mississippi at
p. m. with one barge of lumber and one bargs
of loss. The GcorgU Lte cleared for Memphis at
S p. m.
Warsaw, 111.. Aug. 13 Gauge reads 8.S fset. a
fall of j: of a foot 1" last 24 hours. Weather
cloudy and cr-oler. fcldnty donra this morning.
SIlv er Crescent in and out.
New Orleans, La.. Auc. Ij. Arrived: City ci
Camden, from the Bends.
Chester. Ill . Aug 13 Down boats: Chester
11 last night; Columbia Z a. m.; Dolphin No. z
and tow 11 a. m. Up: BeaveianJ tow 7 last
night: Columbia 10 a. m.: Grev i.a;le 4 p. ra..
Gazelle ln and out 11 a. m. Due up: Chester.
Cloudy and hot. Gauge 12. a fall ot .2.
Grand Tower. HI., Aur. 13 Jcsle d vn at 3
a. m. Chester down at Z a. m. Grey Eagle x.p
at 7 a. ra Chester up at 2 p. n. Dolphin No. 3
down at 6 p. zn. The gauge reads 15.7 feet and
falling. AVeather clear and warm.
Louisville. Kr.. Auc 13 River falling: In
canal 2 feet 2 Inches; on falls 2 feet; below locks
8 feet 2 inches. Cloudy ani cooler.
Pittsburg, ra.. Aug 13. River 4 2 feet: fall
ing. Clear and pleasant.
Wheeling. W. Va.. Aug. 13. River S feet X
Inches; failing. Cloudy and cooler.
Cincinnati. Aug. 15. River 9.1 feet! falllnr.
Cloudy and rain.
Evansvllle. Ind.. Aus. 13. River 7.5 feet: Jail
ing. Cloudy and rain.
Clmngcs lu Post Lights.
The following changes have been made ln port
lights on tne Mississippi between St. x-ouls ind
St- Paul by the fleet in command of Commander
W A. MarshalL U. S. N.:
iiadi"cn Down 7j yaras.
Upcer Hatchet Chute Day mark: down 830
Martin Dike Down ICO yards.
West Point Down 10) yard.
Csd au Gris Down 230 yards.
Wild wood Discontinued.
Red's Landing Established.
Opposite Ildwood Barrel buoy, establijhsd.
Westport Island Dar mark: discontinued.
Head Westport Island Day ma.lc: established.
Head Westport Island Down half rcllo.
Head Thomas Chute Down 130 Tarda.
Carroll Island Down 73 vards.
Below Amaranth Island. Down W0 yards.
Demsark Island Down 1C0 yards.
S'arlon City Down TOO yard.
La Grange Prairie Down KM yards.
Below Burllmrton Down 7S yards.
Drew Chute Dike Barrel buoy; washed away.
Opposite Oquawka Day raarkr washed away.
Nigger Tow head Disvn 250 yards.
Above Fullertoa Landrrg. No. 3 Day markl
dewn 200 vards-
Above Fullertcn Landing. No. 1 Day mark!
down MO yards.
Abov Keilhsburg Day mark: down lo yards.
Or-poslte Edwanls larjr Washed away.
Above Boston Island Down SnOyard.
Orooalte Muscatl-e Day mark; established.
Above mouth Apple River Day mark; up TS
Opposite Belleme Down M yards.
Beilevue Mlddlt-D-rwn 3GH j-arda.
Nine-Mile Island Down TS) yards.
Ro-al Arch Down 10 yards
Saecht's Ferry Down JC0 yards.
Below Flnley Lindlng Barrel broyj ettab-11-he.I.
Guttenbers. No. 1 Down 10 j-trds.
Head Guttenbrg Djarn 73 yards.
Cassvllle. No. 1 Dmrn ICO yards.
Opposite Cltv-ton Barrel buov: ertabllahed.
Bend Crooked Slougb Day mark; 1own H
Above De Soto, No. Day rnari: down 299
Two-Mile leland Down TS yards.
Dresbach rhtif Down SV) vori-
Opposite Dakota. No. 2 Dar mark: down 19t
Ixivrer Dakota Down 2J3 yardr.
Opposite Dakota. No. 3 T)a7 mrk: eftabllshed.
Oupcsite Dakota. No. 4 Diy mark: established.
Opposite Dakota. No. C Estabilsaed; barrel
Upper DaVota Up thrce-tuarter mile:
Blow Hammond. Chute Down 10t yarls
Selo-v Blacksmith Slough Day mark: discon
tinued. Peiow "Wilds Day mark: established.
Kelow Wilds Moved across, the river.
Head Uppr Rolllngatone Day mark: down S0
J.ov.er Rollincstene Dcwn 230 vards.
Opposite Lover Rolllngstone Day mark: estab
lished. Haddock Slough Down W yards
I.ower Mount Verncn Discontinued.
Mount Verncn Iwn cne e.ghth mile.
Below West Nevton Down one-quarter mils;
Mule rend Down half-mile: dar mark.
Alma Up M0 yanl3
Mouth B-cf Slouch Down 350 yarls- day mark.
Grand Encampment Down 400 yards.
Above Ninlncer Ud 110 yards: day mark.
WAS OPEN FOR INSPECTION
AND INSPECTED BY THIEVES.
SIrr on the Door of "Westminster
Place Resilience Attracted
Udnard WaBiicr of No. 4576 race avenue,
who placed a sign "Open for Inspection"
on the front door of a vacant house at No.
I1T3 Westminster place, told the police yes
terday tfcjt thieves had availed themselves
of the Invitation and stolen property to the
value of 114.
Mr. Warner say3 the front door was open
and a black marble tablet and six electric
flash switches were missinp;. There Is no
clew to the thieves who committed the
deed some time within the past elx months.
Two Caufrht ln ilTe-In.
Marshall. IIL Auc. la. John and Fer.ton
Miller were caught by a cave-In at a sravol
Pit here to-day. and John was t aUUs ta-
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