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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 12. 100.
13 r s II' FINANCIAL AMERICA?; EXCHANGE BANK, ST. LOUIS. CAPITAL, $500,000.00. j: ACCOUNTS 3 PER CENT PAID KIMH HILl, tint EfHRCKCdUS.TKefrjst, L FRANCIS, BRO. & CO., 214 N. FOURTH ST. LOCAL STOCKS, BONDS -AND- INVESTMENT FINANCIAL WH1TAKER & G BONDS and STOCKS ORDERS EXECUTED ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AT MINIMUM RATES OF COMMISSION. PRIVATE WIRES. 300 N. FOURTH ST. 1 Williams, Youngs Go, STOCK". filtAI. COTTON. licUte Uig., 4th m Oiiire Sts.,St. LcbIs, Witln CorrespendentH d HAlGHTsFREESE CO. HEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA. BOSTON. Will mall on request 4"-page. illustrated tJLIDi: TO INVESTORS" and "DAILY MARKET I.tTTTBIl.""- "peterrainlng the character and finiin clal refron-ilbllity of your Broker Is a. imj-rrtant as the selection of right stocks." OCAI.Cn IN ENLISTED SECURITIES OF Railroads and Other Corf-ratlons tn th united States and .IwitbTt. Frederic 11. hatch. 30 broadst.. new tork. STOCMIARKET RECOVERS FROM TEMPORARY SETBACK. CLOSING, HOWT5VER, IS SOMEWHAT IRREGULAR. Jmperial Bank of Germany Ad vances Discount Rate 4 to o Per Cent. Ne-tr Turk. Oct. 11. The stock market Pnce more retrieved Its-ell from a tempo rary j-ctback to-day and resumed the ad vance. The- rise was not even and not en tirely comprehensive, the sreater part of th tradinc and the movement beins eon pested In a fuw prorninent stock?. The Jlrmneys In the re."t of the market was duo largely to sympathy with the few ptronc stocks, but the hardness of the market was none the less clearly demon strated. The openinc response to the Government crop report was disappointing. The prom J.tmI Increase of the yield, both of corn and wheat, over the pessimistic estimates vrhk-h had calned authority la the market was so brilliant that confidence In a pros-jK-rous outcome for tho harvests was con Jlrmed. Out holders of stock w;erc moved to take advantage of the showing to sell. The sollers .showed little disposition to make price concessions, however, and the pressure diminished as prices readied last night's level. Ot'TLOOK. IMPARTS STRENGTH. A reiteration of estimates of a two-bil-llon-bushcl corn crop or less by the au thorities whoso first estimates had im pressed the tinanclal community prjvd of llttlo effect In face of the Indications from the Government's fljrures of i430,'Xf. CW bushels-or mom The li;riificancc of this showing, in view of the price level at which corn Is held, proved effective In im parting new strength to the stangcrs and resulted In Jho large buying and subtan tial ail vance in Union Pacific. Atchison and St. Paul. The Gould Southwesterns were inclined to hang back, apparently affected by yesterday's accident on the 3Ilssouri Pacific and owing to dissatisfac tion with the earnings statement contained In the yearly report of the Wabash. United States Steel preferred was sub jected to early pressure and thenrallled. but met sufficient offerings at yesterday's high price to stop Its advance- New Tork Central's Zi-polnt advance was of only moderato Influence on other Eastern rail roads. Reading was sold to realize and Krle was hurt by consideration of Its an nual report, which was circulated during the session. Brooklyn's rise was attributed to good current earnings. ADVANCB IN DISCOUNT. The event of the day in the world's financial markets was the advance from 4 to S per cent of the discount rate ot the Impcria Bank of Germany, after having maintained the former rate since June, 3503. Foreign exchange hardened here in response and the continental exchanges moved against lymdon. where discounts hardened and the price of gold was ad vanced. The action of the German Bank Is not clearly understood, and led to surmises that another Russian loan Is being pre pared for. financial authorities in Ixn ilon have pointed out that a relaxation of the money rate there would cause a with drawal of large French credits placed there, and their transfer to Berlin, or In tho event of higher money rates here, to New Tork. Since the Panama Canal pay ment. Paris money supplies .have been abundant, and large amounts have been placed, not only in Iyindon. but in Ger-. many as well. The sharp advance In the German Bank's discount rates may be In tended to hold French credits in that mar ket, and to Invite further commitments. Our stock market closed somewhat Ir regular, .and with best prices not fully maintained. In rolte of a late bidding up of members of the Southern group. Bonds were firm. Total sales, par value. JTn.OCO. United States old Is advanced ',. per cent on call. tt Yorlt Money. Market. New York. Oct. II. Monty on call steady at tftlM pr cent. rIo!ne n ottered at ry ; time loans firm: V) day HjerS1 ir cent. S) days 3i4. .$ month 4; prime mercantile paper USi pw-rrnt. Pttrllng xchanse firmer, with fcctnal buflne"!" In bonker- bill, at 4 S5Kr 4.JC4i for demand, and nt 4.S3li64.C2r) for-ev-day tdllr: posted raten 4.MQ.M-and 4C5: commer cial -IJIl" 4.C7S6-4-8rs7S. Hilean dol'an 4i,c. Government bonda rirmrrallroad bend? firm. Xev York StocU. Cfcnointioiia. X Verb Oct. JX ftoltariog- axs tord.y SURPLUS, $650,000.00. SOLICITED. ON TIME DEPOSITS. . BWAIIE, CisMer. EMISM CHUKSlOMsst. Cash'ir talc? of fctik5 on the StCKk K-crhange, fclioivlnc the hlglit-fi and low en quotation. and closlnc tad RAILROADS. Sal-s.Ilih.Lo-v.llose. S4.Sj bl'i (3 S4V At lu.-on Lh i-fd :..-J IW't ! l'V1. .) 31'. ro, si' Baltimore and Ohio ! pfd -.anadlan pacific ntrti or Ne-v.'Jin-ey..... i-hesapcake and Ohio Chicago and Alton IK pfd 7.SO) JE. 331?. 1' lM'i 4.5 41 43', 434 CIilocu and Croat Weft.. TOO 1 16'2 I6i - iiirago lino rsortli. Cetera, s.v i;- 1V9 ". Chicago. Mil. & St. I'aul. 4S.70) 15l; 16 167. IM. nfd t'-O 1U 1S2U 1R2 -.nicago icr-m. & Iran.. Do. Iifd C. r. C. & St. L Colorado southern Colorado Southern 1st pfd. Do 2d OM Delaware and Hudson IM . I.ack. West Denver and Klo Grande.. Do. nfd Kri- I)o. 1st nfd Io. 2d nfd Hocking Valley Do. pfd Illlnolr Central loua Central ro. rfd Kanea City Southern On. rfd Louisville and Nashville.. Manhattan I. Metropolitan Securltlfe Melroixililan Street Ry.... Minneapolis Jfc St. ryuls... 1") T ; T 3i 14'. IS'j 40 fvj s:.'. sr. 3 is' is". r V Sli Sl4 i " r: zht w thJl) 1T4H ITS 1B, :) M 3 2f 2 ....1 52 U.1'19 2.V, : IT. 1.J . v, Rl'.. 3I 47' 47s, 47 IW S"5 St2 M SS l.jr.l 143V- 14; 1411; i") k : K VO 4 4 44 !. .n 4iti 4i' 45', T.l-'3 IMS IK'. IJiS .'j;4'3 in j:t. 6.l K. US 'J 4.i'J 1. 1S 1-'. M M.. St- P. & S. St", it..... 1.30O tt SH, SI I-. tfd I22-. Missouri Pacific "S."" Mil; V"1. !"'- Missouri. Kansas , Texas, is.-) CT' CT TZ IM. tM 0 & wiS ST-S Nat R. IJ. of Mot. rfd 2) Ne- York Central 10. 301 124 1311, Norfolk and Wctern i.'f) T; Tl'j Tl. I. tfd Ontario and Woftern T.IW Xf, ;'. i'.u itnnjj ivania 41. iyi, 13 JJ4 I'ittc. C. C. & St. 1 IS Jf-ntlng !.. lt tiM.. 7I.7M :i': iv.. si rfd Rock Inland Co 1S.1M :3V Do. nfd 2.") 7IS 3 S fat. i.. s k. zu rra.v 7.3i R-iii ; M. juir Svulhweflem.. rj. nfd Southern I'aclfie z.vj i ri. 4.y 4. 4S 45 ... ;;.?) s ri ms ... 311'0 . K', K, V) J4S J4', SIS ... J.l 3-, S!, S ... S.rt 2S il IIS ... 1.1-V) SI MS l"S ...101.O 30i 31S K4U 4l SI M -!4S ... 3.101 ; mi; as ... 2.309 C.i 41S 41 I7U ... 50) 2)S sr-1; ; Southern Railway Lm. pfd Texas and raclflc Tol.. St. I.. & WtK.. Do. rfd Union Iadfic Do. ofd. Wahash Do. pfd tVh-ellnc & Ikc Erie. 1VlFcon-tn Central Do. sfd 44-i US Mexican Ontral 4 J4'i 33"i EXI'RBSS COMPANIES. Adam- J3 Amerlean 309 III IIS Il United states lis tVelln Fanto ST7 MKCnLLANEOL'a Amalcatnated . A-rrr. M.6 EIri cs : menc.n i.ar a: i ouna... i.v . i Do. Iifd , 1.31 H American Cotton OH d Do. pfd American Ice 1JJ 1' Do. ifd .. 3.4 St' American linseed Oil .. H. . 20 s Sib io. sm.. ... American Tycomotive 3.v.) 17 i Do. ofd eoi i; :s 2S American Smlt. A- Refln.. 5.t Wz uo. Did American Supar Refln J'."! IWS IV) P-" i.lC" IMS 122 irs Anaconda limine -.. !! PC I'V v."z lirooMyn Rasld Transit... 45.1") stt 3SS "S I'olorailo Fuel & Iron.. 2.7ft) 271. 2:i. 251 Cmsolldated Gas t'om Products ., 3. rfd.- DIrtillers- Seeuritles , general Electric International Paper. Do. ofd International Pump Do. pfd National Isad . North American raolno Mail People'- Gas ITesse,! steel cer Do. pfd :. 1ullman Palace Car........ Republic Steel Do. pfd Rubber Gods .) I1S IT'S 210S l."l 16S iy j;s 4'rt 72 72 71S 4J1 i; 23U 31 J.i 372 37IK. 371 !: it .54 22S 7. J.2 22 22S 22S I01 34 ?4 S4S y) Z'i 34S 34U 1.3O0 3IIS 3fCJ 113S K.4- 27. 23S -,1- 2") SI".; SIS S-iJ 1 227 227 227 WO I2S 11H lli . so t:'. sis f.i- 0O.21 20S Do. pfd Tejin. Coal jfc Iron S.200 sis United Stairs Leather. 22.1ft) 10'- Do. nfd J.too sua; United States It. A I. Co.. 7") ei .... MS : i"S :h. IIS eS 61!i United States Rubber. 3,1) 2W. 21 2S Do. pfd l.n S3S 1S Cnlte.1 stales Steet "S.-! IS 3SS 1 DO. pfd S3,7) T7S 7"- 7TS Westir.ghouo Electric ! 16T.S J53 K". TVe-tem Union......... 31S Total sales for the day. H3.li) shares. STOCKS A3TD BONDS IX BOSTOJf. Boston. Oct- It Closing quotations to-day on money, bonds, stocks and mining shares gwere as follows: MONET. Call loans 2B3 per cent: time loan 4(5 per cent. HONOR. Atchison adj. 4s... wj I Mexican Central 4s 4 Atchison 4. 10IS I RAILROAD HTOCKS. Atchison "tn I. pfd PJOIj Roston Albany.. Slsit Rostcn Maine ..14 -Bn-ton Ele-ated...iaS Fltchturg pfd 13713 Meit. Central 13S N. Y., NiH.-.A H.-.1S3 Pepe Marquette.... 7fi Union l-aclfic 104'.j MISf-i;i.lNEOU9 ST4X7KS. Am. Arge. Chem. 15S r. pfd 771; Am. Pneu. Tube 4U Am. Sugar. 132S IM. pfd 121 Am. Tel. fc TeI....33J Am. Woolen 14si Do. pfd SIS Potn. Iron & SteelM4 Edison Elec IIIu..S4x; General Electric...37I Ma. Electric US Do. rfd .V. Mass. Gas 42 Unite. Fruit 103S United Shoe Mach. M Do. pfd 3114 U. R Steel 1) t. pfd. J71; Weatlnghcuse com. S3 MINING SHAKES. Adventure 3S Mohawk tni Allouez 13 Mont, Coal fc Coke SS Arnalgamand OS Old Dominion 23S Am. Zinc 32S Osceola SO Atlantic 14 Parrot 23 Rtngham 2S Qulncy 34 iL & Hecla..iS7s Shannon S Centennial ......... 27S Tamarack 123 Copper Range. sis Trinity fc Dalv-West 1I IJ. S. Mining....;., il-i Dominion Coal X IJ. s. Oil 11r- Franklin M4 Utah iZ'l Granby 3S Victoria 3S Isle Rovale 21 Wlnor.a 3- Mas-. Mining -'i Wolrerine 55 Michigan ?S Milling Stock tn A'ctr York. JCw York. Oct. 11, Clowinc quotations to on mlnine ftock wrrf as follow r: day AdaroA Con 31 Izdxllle Con 2 Alice IJtt! Chlf. i; Hrrcc 1 ''rtArlo VA Hrunewlck Con C Ophir 2.5 fom'tock Tunnel.... 10 PlK-enlx 1? Con. ChI. Jb Va lj Potosl H Horn Stiver. l Saa.s U Iron Silver tM Small Hcpct.. SS The 3Ictnl .Unrket. New Tork. Oct. II. London cabled a decline on tin, with soot clolnff at 12S 17; Cd and futures at tltS 7s GJ. Ijocally, the market T.as casv and slightly lower a rain, with tpot h"ld t S.63. OcrpDcr wai higher; In London, dwinK i;3 Sd for urot and C-)Ms Zd fn'r future. Lrralto. contrfr wa firm. Lak 1 .ouoted at ja&lS.i;1,; electrclytitr S1.S7tOU and caftlni? J12.75S12.ST4. I-d was a little mj;aT in ionaoiu ciosins tiz zp &1 anj was Eteady but unchanged In the-local market, where It Is quoted at $4.30. Sptr was firm and a little hlph-r at S3.15S5 In tb local market and at itZ 15 In London. Iron do(l KW Cd In Olaxsow nl at s 7V1 In Mlddle horo. Lucally. iron waa unchancl. Xo 1 foun dry Northern Is quoted at JH.2MH.73: o 2 fotindrr Northein at SHSltOr No. 1 foundry Southern and No. 1 foundry Southern oft at $I3.7S614,ZS. tXcw York Carl 3Inrkcf. KCI'UBUCSPFCIAU New York. OcL IL There TAJt fair I- -.-ft-. tradlnr In many Ismee en the curb tonlay. hut without rpeclal. movement In any quarter. Northern tecurliles on molerate butlne jance!. Trom lll-S to -112?;. Mercantile itarir-e rnrferred was in demand and told at ZYim and iU Mstckar- common .continued strcne and nctliT. movlnc up from 331 "to 33 U. Inierboro Rapid Transit opened at HVS" and declined to 144. American Can oreferred sold at Si and O. Ore en Covper opened at 21j and advancrjd tod. , TRACTION ISSUES ADVANCE ON SCATTERED BUYING. I'.IIKWERY BONDS ALSO ARE STRONG. Increased Invosdiient Interest Causes a lieneral IJjilift in the Security List. There was n fair scattering demand for local eciirlties In yesterday's market. Tractions v.ere strong, with sales of Tran sit at $S2. of T'nlted Railways preferred at fiSZ.Ti and J'Ti.T.-;. ami of the 1-iH-r-cent bonds at SI. Citizens' Railway 6s at JK'I and f'ompton Heights Cs at Jllo.'JJ were in demand. Brcning Association 6s at 5W.37'i and fM.DO led the miscellaneous IM. YUSTERUAY'S SUSSION. Closing quotations: nid. A'ed. S k.27S .t K.12S St Iyulf Transit J s.r. t'nlted Itallnajs i.fd C2.7". ITnlted lullnays 4s St.) I.atmer.'s IJank -"W.i German Sains:n Rank 40ii.C) International Rank 217.oj Jlechanlcs Rank .' South Side i;ank UTS. 7i State National Rank s Third National ILink Lincoln Trun 21.".. .V) immonn.alth Trut 252.7. Mercantile Trust 2I1. Mlscrl Trut 1:3.7; Title Ouaranty Tru't .' tl.00 Central Coal and Coke com Simmons lldw. Co. rum li.C0 Ijiclede :a .'.- 1".-5.:ji Itrtadnay 5- 101.75 Citizens' 6 M4.l Cumpton Hcljtht C 1W.2; t'rlon Depot 'Is lli-SO It St. l.jul t- Suburban i?.. .. 2l.0O 277.W 217.7.1 2V,..') 1301 hl..H 3.SI tioirti 10J.W ttv 2' I-S.O) Kinloch .lock Rtvwinr AF--ciaiion S (Iranlle-Ill-Mctallic ?iles: 2.V. St. Iuls Transit at 7. St. I.iul. Tran."lt .it S" I'lilted Itallnajs i.f.I. at... ) t'nltt-1 Ralwa pf.I. at !.( fnlfil Rallnajr 4 at 4 Ccmmonnealth Trust at... l.OX Ilier" s. at 1.0CM Rrewery Cp at I.'".) Citizens' Ualluav 6. at I.'.-J Compton Heights 6 at .t.o.i 40 M.37S :o ...i s.s ..: .nii ... :.:i ... f:.75 ... V1.IM ... 1.M ... M.37S ... J'.i.1 ... M4.CO ... 110.2; M. I.onls Cotton Market. Snot market sfady at Sc hlpher. Quote: Ordinary S-i t:oo-l ordinarj- :'S Ir. mlddlin? 10 Middling 10S (Jood middling 10S Middling fair vAi Tinge- arl -tains Stts;c ofT. Galveston Si".t market firm: middling 0';C. New Orleans Spot market steady; middling 3So. Mfmpnl-Srot market firm: mi-idling 10 3-lCc. l:e.-elpts at principal points: !a Kejtton 2T.?1 til. New Orleans 21.405 hales. Mobile. l.6 Ival-.-. Pvannah. 21.11? ral-.. Charleston. 21.111 oalj. Norfolk. 10,2:) Iwlo.. llou-ton. 2. .771 bale... Memph!-. 3.:r. bales. Net r-cipts at all Unite, States ports for four .lays were 2is.J?3 hal.s. aealnst ZU.tt bales a 3 ear ago. and 137.511 hao In K-c. t2tport 13.""o hales, asilnst VJi.s hale- in 10 Stocks M2.a bales, aealnst 441, '27 tales In 103. Total receipt, fnim Sept. I to date. 1, 115. against I.H7.7I: In 15"S. St. I3Uls M-arehouse statement: Tills Year. Stocks op. hand 5'pt- 3 $.r.r- Net rec'ipts rt Net receipts -inc Sept. 1 5"o Net shlpmnt- sine Sept. 1 3.2T2 Stocks em hand 3.3SO 7ross rcc-lpt- J.373 i:rc receipts since Sept. 1 97I ro- shipments 1,373 Gross shipments since Sept. 3 12,!72 List l.ar. I.3B 1 494 S71 S-rt 567 5.76 ;n nnmetlr1 I'xrhnnfirr. Reported hv Whitaker & Co.. exchang bro kers, 5ji North Fourth street: Bid. Asked. New Tcrk 30c dl. 2r dls Chicago l:d:s 10c- dls Cincinnati 22c d!i xt Loulsilllc 27c dls par New Orleans 2jc dls pjr Tevr York Curb Mock. Reported lo- G. IL Walker A Co.. No. North Fourth street: 7Io- ... ., Rid. As American Can cons 7S Do. pfd 4". American I.t. and Traction com 65 Do. pfd S4 Rriti-h Columbia Copper 4S Electric Bit com 2S IM. pfd 70 I71ertric Vehicle com II Do. pfd 22 17 23 20S Greene Copper 20 Havana Tobacco com.. 2$ Ih. rfd 15 Inierlxjrough Rapid Transit IK International M. M. com r.7 Do. pf.I 1) Maekay Company com 24 Do. rfd 74 Manhattan Transit 4S New Orleans Rv. com 3S 1I7 a-. 21 34S 74S IS 10V.J 20 112'; 71- 2 VI s 7J 2') IS 22S I4 3 10 1 10 Do. nf,I. Northern Securities New York Transportation Otis Elevator com Do. pfd Pope Mfg. Co. com Do. !: pfd Ij. 2d pfd Slan.lard Milling com """.li-S 75 17 3H IM. l'ttl ' Seahoard Air Line, com 1;. Do. pfd "...32-! Standanl OH eu' Tenne-ee .'..peer 32-J Tcnopah Minln; s Union Copper United Comer 7 White Knoh Copper St. Iiut Transit United frys. of Sl Ixiais pfd 74 2U litmus. 17rockl-n Union Gaa 4eb. 6.s 39-1 132 103 I02S rmiMtr1! .Mr lane w5. .. New Amsterdam Is. Sg U. S. of Mexico .. Std. Mill Is, 5s s.'.i MS I01S Chlcnirii Stuck Market. Reprrted by G. II. Walker . Co.. 237 North Fourth btreet: National Illrcuit com Do. pfd American Uox com Io. Pfd American Tin Can com Do. pfd .... 48 ....110 1 3S .... ss .... 45S 45S 1H.S 10 u Bond Qnntations at Xeir York. New York. CVt. II -Closing ouotatlons to day for bonds on thi Stock Exchange were as follows: United Stat.- refunding 2s. re-istercd 1041-. oniifsj ,-vaie. reiunoing zt. coupon 104S 1'nlted Stktf.- 3s. r-cltcied.. I'HS Unltetl Slate? 3p. rou;jn T'nlted Mates nw , rplster! United States new is, coupon Trnlted SUt- ti-J 4. re2intrei,r. Unltfd States old -. coupon AtcIii?yH sneral 4- Atchlron adJuAtrnent 1? ....PCS ....I21S ....I21S ....I0i3 ....1-S ';?.. .... s. . .... ?-, ....io4 .... &k 112; Atlantic t-oast une a Baltimore and Ohio 4 Baltimore and Ohio 3'? Central of Ceorcla S , Ontral of OeorjTia 1st Inc Chpaneake and Ohio )i mtt Chicago and Alton S1 Clilcao. Hurllnpton and Qulncy new is ... ai ... OS c. m. & st. t pen. i9 xwii nilrarFf ntirl Xorthwvutrrri mninl " iter C. It. I. & I". R n. 4S ;; C. It. I. Ai P. It. R. coL 5s 5f,-; C, C. C. & St- Ie gn. t 1ft- Chicago Terminal 4" j-ji; Consolidated Tobacco 4' 73H Colorado and r)uthern 4 J5i Denver and Rio Grande 4-.... 1'W- IM. prior 11-n 43 ra'J Erie general 4s c;s Tort Worth and Denver City lis oCere.l...lios Hccklng Valley 4h3 K3 Iulsvllle and Nashville unlned 4s 101S Manhattan con-ol. gold 4s jo;s Mexican Ontral 70s Mexican tSntral 1st Inc 375 Minneapolis ami St. Loul- 4s X. Mis-.)url, Kant-as and Tesas 4a pus Missouri. Kan-as and Texas 2ds S4 National R. R. ot Mexico consol. 4s g New Tork Central jren. 3"'s laiS New Jersey Central general -s uii. Northern Pacific 4s. jots Northern Pacific 2s 7j4 Norfolk and Western consol. 4s W", Oregon short Line 4 and panic 33S Pennsylvania con. 3S IMS Reading General lr. pjj., St ty'ul- and Iron Monntain coneol. s li;t. Sl L'rtJis and San FrancIco fg. 4s .sci St. Louis Southwestern lsts iss heaboanl Air Line 4- sis Southern Pacific 4s M'i SouUiera Railway Us 1171. Texa. and Pacific 1st?... IMS Toledo. St. L-wls and Western 4" 73 Union J"aclric 4. 10; Union TaclHc conv. 4. KS United States Steel 2d 5s MS Wabash lsts Ill Wabash debenture R 64S Wheeling and Lake Erie 4s 31 WIKoiwln t."cr.tral ..... 31. Colorado Fuel contertlble ; 7a Dnr Silver. New York. Oct. 11. Bar tdlirr 7;c. London. Oct.. II. I-ar rlher 2tJ ll-lftl. Trcamirr iaterarnt. Wa-hinston. Oct. II. Available cash balance. J14e.9(75?; pvld, J7?.2l3,'-33. New York. Oct. 11. Suar Haw quletr fair refliiinc 3c; centnfURal. :c tent, ilic; molari'- usar ZC7 refined quiet; crushed v-.-c; pew eered 5-lV; granulated 5.05c New Orleans. Oct. lLStutar rtnna;; open kettle 3U&-3.4c; & centrtfucal 3fifc whites A 15-lCc: yellows l--ia4Tci seconc'a izMn-s. iio lasffM nominal; open kettle SiffiTic; centrifu gal 10915c, Sirup, new- can? 35c 1 Dry Goods. cVew York. Oct. If. The 'rfrv tood market ehowf sisns of'-lnrcroveroenT. and. althnuzh bujers-r are not Inclined to order for future wants, the repeated assertion of commission amenta rtrardlnc th depletion of stocks, me curtailment of protluctioii and the effect of these fn'torr. tilsjn lb.- matk.t are L-cinning toh.to their wtlcht with lh buying trad.-. I.IVIJ-S'IDCK 3iaiiki:t. Xntiics Mrmly' to Mriintt. Tenuis Mentis 10 Mrnnscr ll"B IO- timrr. NATIVE 1'ATTLK Reef Steers One hundred cars were reported, but they came En draggilv. I'p to a laic lwtir a c.'nsld-rabl.; i-ortlon were still back. Through th. lateiieK of ntrivuls there was a lery nusger outlay of beef utter.-, less than a dozen load- being on hand at , late hour In the day. -The fact that the repre-.-.enLition of steers was so small an.l the se lection being cotilm.-d to so few, eaued an Indifferent demand from buicrs. who a: no time showed an ui-i.t-itlon to comiiete for Iheni. It was well toward the middle of the d.tv liefore the few offerings wen. told, tliougli toward the end a steady tu strong ton.- pre Hlle,l. H..venil i-hol.-e Iris sold at !-j5.:o. fully as hlgli j the close of the w-rek 11,-cent anil preltv goo-I I,2.) to l.:""0 lb te,-i-v.ent at I7ft7.-.V. ni.-ditlin sle.'r- 3l.;'i'-t4.. a d'-cent cl.i-s cf light K.ers at 11.70 and com 111..11 grat-i kinds at !3.. ri;kk and ni.Ti.'iiia: steijrs. No Av. IV No. A v. I'r No. Av. Tr. 7. ..!27 ..r..4. 3.1. ..Ift'..... 4 70 2. ..101-1... 3.7; ill...!!".!... :..4l 20.. .1211... 4.'.0 ..1MI...SC.IO 2).. .i-.7.. ...: 21 ..1211 i 7...1I..7... 4.' l.:...t37s .. K.&.1 21. ..122.:... ...2". 1... 370 .. 1 .Si) ... 30O... 3.6J i:i.j... S.20 1133... 4..V) :m;... 3.3-) tlH... 4.l 1210. . . 4 w 30... 3IJ... 3.M 31". .. 4.IO itutcher tattli The lailcher trade dlsnlas e,l .1 rmm what irregular basis during the .lay. th. ugh what loss whs sustained was ui -ut:eri and inedluni cow- selling around $2402.75. Considerable of this class was offered an I more than enough to go around, and while -jmi sellers secured nbout steady prices through an cup-idi outlet, most of the offering- oM P-c lower. On -.mnion to goo.1 catiners ranging flem ?l.i.sri;. and go-sl t. choice drea-ed-beef ojw-- at S2ii3.30. trade was fairl actlie ard fully ht.'ad. The same was also true of heifer slock: In fact, the market t,n this clas of stiiff was a .shade htrongce than .Momlay. particular ly s- on fair to good handy little iuti lier heif- is. the . nly drawback being tho in.ufflcl--.--t numbir 011 hand. A few lots sold up to $4. hut chr.lee to fancy kinds were -cin-e. 1he bulk of heifers w-ere. medium to goo.1 grass klnda at J2-r.Iti7;. The tal market displayed er- strong ten-dencie-. ch.dce to fan.y v.als selling at 575s. wilji goo.1 around $s.:-). and commen 10 fair down to I2.;o for !'cnv kindi!. IlEII-'ER.-i. No. ..- IT. 2. . HI.. .54.25 -... (,-... 2.73 2... -,... 3.10 1... I2... 3.2T, s. . '... n.tsi 1... .i:ii... 2.70 32... 12... 2.41 No. Av. I'r. Av. Vr. S12...J.I. ; 1.. .).. .JL.rfi 713... 3.-.1 tM... 2.jl M"?... 3.o 03... 2.S.". Tzi... 2.T, 77))... 3.M If... 12... 737.. 1 6- I... MO.. ! Is.. 1.. ft)... 31... 1 .. II... 3... 1... i.e. 2.10 COWS. I. ..1230... 2.71 1...II..0... 3.3 I... 320... 2. 1...1-51... 2.7S 2... :3... 2.'l 7... 377.. . 2.So 1... 9'"... 2.10 3... -... 2.3.) .-... "?;... 2.30 3... M... 2.27 1... 510... 2.37 HULLS. 1...1CC0... 2.50 STAGS. i.-.ix-i... 2.;i 4...11W1... 3.2; l...lir.... 3.(r) I... Mi... 2l ... VA... 2.CT, 2... !... 2.M 1... 7".o... ;.&) .... 37;... 2.2; 3. ..113s... 3.23 1...1O20... 6 17 I... ... 2 2S... ... 2.70 1... fi... 2fi.) 4... J47... I.il 2.. .1020... 2.4) I... S-M... 2.2. 15... !!... 2.25 2... tW)... 2.25 l...ll.e... 2.2) ... 3S0... OT... '31... 2.5) , 2..l 1... HO... I...I-S0... 1...11W... 2.W 2.. 1...1010... 2.10 1...1S0.. 5.M VK.VL CALVKS. 5... 112 .. I... H)...7.. 1... 170... 7.75 1&... IM... 7..VI S... J,4... 7.5) 5... 13ft... 7.-J I... lts... 7.5-s 1... I2i. 7.75 i... V... 7.5 B... Il'... 7.ft 3... lir?... 7.C-) I... 135... f.TS 3 - U... t.Ttt 1... li... .5) I... !'.... fi.ftn I... I'd... r. 1 .. m). .zn 1... Zi'... 4.50 1... tz... 4.;-- 1... 3&1... 3.35 is .. z:-... 3.3; 1... Mft... 3.2' 1... -T-r... 3.35 1... 3W... Z.1' Stcckers an-1 KifdfrThe blocker and fft-dff ci'llM Tueujaj wat- slightly larger than th Irlou.i day. tlll was not wry larc. julte A f-w country t-ujers w-n In attendanrc, hich. coup.-d with th H-cal ilemand. created a farly pum f---llnir. and the En-ral trad, w-s activ-t- and steaiy to 5trons. The demand secm-d jirlnclpalJy for ih dsirafclc n:ra fnund t!ic in-f-dlum -rd-r and I"ttfr. fr m ?2.?0 up. and vn tuch klnai- Minc strength ua- -hown. in p-acf-s ale hotv.n a plight .wivanc'. Medium t ctwi srad-i vtil Urly :.t .W1.5. j-uch KtRttf ishuwitiij ttrfntah. and a p'-M claa-s f llKht tock-rs around J3.1.., Nt rutrttl in th po-Kl ton. Th majority of h iTciinKs wri of common to fair steers, mil Inc bIo-tv J3.73. which did not -II so w-II. llujer tvere r Itfick-ward on this class; still, alu-js were about as Eo-u-d as 3eteriTyy. MTIJKItS. No. Av. 2...1y&i.. 2-... !m., 31... 91-&.. 11... 751.. 9...1AM.. 35... 7.W.. r.... 5W.. 37....7.3. 2f... 751.. Tr. No. Av. IV. No. Av. Fr. .$1.50 4... SsJ7...S3..-l 3...1UM...J3.J . 3.:) 3J... X... 3.35 J...Irt... S.2-" . 3.25 1... 970... 3.30 ... :i .. -M5 . zx'i 3i... 3i'... am r;... c-j... r.i . 3.10 35... M0... 3.fr 1... tU .. J.. . 3.fi 31... !'... 2.75 I... 7M-... 3.75 ,-... iS... 3.-5T. n... SM... 3.7-) 3.65 :2 . 2.r. 11... 57J... 2.1-) HKIKKItS. 17... 547... 2.10 IfULLS. .IJ.. 3. . $a. 2.35 1...13T-V.. 3rt 1...1Z$i... 2.l i.. .:... 2,:. 1...I31V... 2.35 1... cH... t.z-y I... S .. 2.1 1... 5... 3 f 2...IX... M 3...1C... -;jr. , t-. l.2i... 2 3-.' l...K--... Z.Z MILKKIIS AND SPRINUCItS 1 5.'J 2 25-.. - 2 C7.ST 1 22.;- 1 !.... 3o." 1 24.( 2... 575... 2.-5 SOUTMLIO. CATT1B-The Rtimulus of a rather koM rhlpphif: dmand and the fact that th supply the last two days has been 5t car. 1i3ht-r tb-in la-wt eok ha upheld values on nuRrar.tlne cattle to a fairly k--I level, and tn- central xrail on both ?be .-tuff and rteni remains fully as hlab. as the clc?e of the prc xious wet-k. Trad- whll not overlv active had very po.i-1 moiem-nt and tr.ne. the meral market l-elns; on a 'h1 taiy lw-1. her and thTe r-n:i tnni; .-potis latriaiizins loth on Kteers and cow, whteh pia'ticaily oifi-et what little w-cakne?H was .num. i.stex,irf. One l.t r COl tcciT (.! at -fl. weuhlns !" than !,! lb. . wftn the bulk en the medium -rr-dfr at J35i3.3 atM very lein com mon and fair stters Inclu.l'l. On Jtrini; of choi. era sows soM Iat jttterday at K. with zo to chuic dnew jroin to-tay at S2.5fi-.7". and fair tn tried f urn at $3."'H2.r--. Several loaah of fairly jrof-d calves vld at HI. which wa a iroi -stronij price, TKXAS AND INDIAN STKEflS. No. Av. Tr. No. Av. IT. No. Av. Tr. .J4.j 13ft.. .xnsC.. .H. ..!.. ..S3 6... 3Ti... 3.3T ." S!e"" 3'" 4... :34... 3.15 ;P... 3.i . 35... Z.V-) . !'... 3.0 7-... 3.W ti... :B... 3.10 15... vll... . 2... 5-70... 2.. S... 737... 2.75 M... 9K... 3.- 9... 5?5... 2.75 COWS. 3$... 5S... SMi' 27... 72... 3.73 IS... VA... 3.50 1... l'l... 3.M 2... S5... 3. 23... 731... 2.SJ 7-.. W... 2.25 Arkansiins: 12... 73... 2.50 13... w:i... 2.W L.itc j'eitrdaj. BULtS. Zh. 4.. 520... : I.. .1220... 2.M Arkanrans. 3.. .1210... 2.25 1...1229... 2.10 CALVES. rpcr head. frj... :M-....Il.t-j :n...n.ft 60.. . j.-rtj HO5S Another lilerai supply of l-ops was -n sale, the arrival amounting to In the neisrh-h-urhood of lO.'-Oij head, and tnere wer h-.l load f extra cooI hnvies included, lo a cooI rnjny Iislits on th oomnton rIer. In general the jiwlliy wm reasonably -ro-I- Tho Ijtjjc number en saie frv!Iowinc the bis Mrpply 'i Monday cave buyers the ailvanta;e. jnd they set altt to forr as biz a decline m the ninrK't as possible, some few loads of the 1-sp-t butcher hopj sM pstbly only 5c lower, but th general run tf hoi, fncluoirir packers -rind shiprers, wp- full Iik Iwer. Where ths quality of the offerincs was koo1, ajid seller willint; to make ihc titcessary retluctton In price, trading was fairly active, ty. common grades of every descrint ion. and et- en borne pretty eood hoffs, but only atout half fat. were very slow sale even at the d'-cline. The mar ket moved aionp without material change dur ing the day, and .Wore the dose the oifcrincs were about all sold. Lite arrivals had to sell a nhaJo Jowr than those that came in early. Good butcher Hnd h.-avy hot; sold at J5.Sj-p 5.15. fair to seed medium weights and pack ers $5.75f25.V.. I.chfi al)ve l- lb-, avrrao $5. 50.35. M. Itshts under 150 Ib. aerace tt.lrp 5.75. pi under l'i Ibn. j4..Vr5-3L. and rouchs and cull- at M-5--1--5.25. Ths bulk of the hogs welching 15" lbs. or mTu suld at ;C.75ft5.so, against j5.j-5.55 Monday. pliEEP A good eupply of sheep was on pale so far as number were concerned, but the quality was rather poor, a larse per cent of trie iffferincs b-rln? from Scuthwet Mrrouii. and not ai tle-ny a.i they rraiiy should hov bi rn to bo In ical good demand. Tfts beat shr-t-p and Iambs suld about Meady with Mon day, but half-fat -stuff, especially Iambs, were not wanted at any price; consequently they srld irrtffular and extremely slow; in fact, cull Iamb' ara aJmost unsalanle. w slaughter er, cannot use them tr any ndantage. and country buyers win not purchae them for st'-cter purpoees. iVood. joung thin sheep ar" In pretty gt-otl demand for i-tocker pun-ose. but old. tor.thlcK ewe- are not wantjd. Hujrra want goiel. fat stuff, both sheep and lamt-s. and . arc willing to rv fr them, but do not care for the commvne ones. HOH-Ei So far a.i the wholesale phase of business was concerned, the hor-i market a.t In a icvltiun of dormant actlvitj- Tuesday morn ing. There were plenty of hon"- on the mar ket and plenty of buyers, but no regular auc tion was held, ami the range-hoTFe sals wai heM Imck until aftrrtifon. A good deal of busi-ner-j-, however. wa done in a retail way. es pecially Itetween F-JB'hern buyern and specu lator. IIneath the surface- there was a veo strong feeling, with promises of great activity during the remainder of the week. Offering are coming in In liberal numbers, both for the regular auction and the t-pe-clat sale, and an extra tin. representation I" looked for In qual ity. Miny very prominent fancy-hort-e buyers are already on the market, and more are ex pected during tN; nest two days. The market presents a vsry animated aepect. Howe quotations: Harness horses 150fc5 Heaw draft, choice to extra, 175&225 Heavy draft, ctimmor. to good HOBllO Iti.slness horses. L3J0 to 1,300 lb? tmfrlC Chunks. chclc to extra 23-ftl0 Chunks, common to coed 1-0tX19 Farm chunks i.-niw Southern horses, cho'ce to extra -i-W Southern horca. olain to cvo4 35,f 55 Ml'LHS-The market ha a pretty liberal st-pp'y Tuesday rrornlng. althoujrh it wai not heavy. It amounted to about 4 head and looked plenty large enough for the demand and the time of year, especially a the quality was largely of the medium grade. The de mand at present i-w for g-'d fat mule", with quality. r-ady for the market, and dealers are i-hawing a strong de!re for such class?; as they are the kind wanted Ht present by ex terior buyers. Dut they arc ery scarce. One seller said this nrrnlng that -1 head cf the good kind could hae ben sold quickly this raoming. If available. They are selling very strong. The fict. however, that plain 'and, medum kin'is -comt-wM m.?$t of the supply and that the demand f.r them Is not very heavy Is showing cp in the moiem-snt, which ia c-jmpara- tlvely slow, and some silesincn were inclined to think that tho market was .1 little weaker on them. T.-o many of the common klndrt arc .-..mlng and not enough of the choicer oues. The quality Is n.t suited to the dmaiid. Mule quotations: II hands, extreme range J 4;.rnp M.) 11 hand- bulk of siles .,.00ir 7j.ii 14V- hands, extreme range tO.oO'olIO.'lO 14U han-ls. bulk of sales fir,.rtr r0.i-0 b". fiands. extreme range 7o.00WI0.O0 13 hand., bulk of sales 75.o3 100.00 13S band-, extreme range 9;..)5Jli.f0 15'. hands, bulk of sales l").0CO in.-") 30 hand-, extreme range I20.iioff-.ot.ot 16 hands, bulk of sale- !30.lJ'jl30.CiO Ilj' Tflfjrrnpli. -"hi'VCo. Oct. II.-Tattle-riicclptM n.fln. in cluding S.,", Western.-: market Hit lower; go.l to prime Meern I5.2'af "; t"Or to medium J3.5 i", Mw'krT and feil-r- UUt: it.w t2.ZMli.Z3: heifers JJ.25f5 2": catiners JI.5"f2. bnU $L"5ti .;:. taUf-K r.V(i7.55: Texa- fed ste..- ;4.r'fi5.."rl: Western steer1 SZ.ZZfi 1.55. Hogs K-sript- f.(f: itnrket lOt to 3'Ji lower; mixed and butch-rn Jj.'i J M: gorn-l to choice heaiy iZ f&Z.Z; tough heavy JV355f5.w; litrlit J5.1'i...W; bulk f eiilev V.5ll:5.W. Sheep Itecflpp 3.1. IHM; j.!,--t :i!iI Iambs stead': gixnl to choir wether Sl.Tfflr i.25; fair to choli-e mixed 31r3..v. Western sheep tZfii.ZZ: native Iambs H'!.. We tern Irfmlx Jl.t-lf 5.41 Kiini-rtH .Mty. 1I.. Oct. II Cattle Hecelpts ;"..; including SO Southern-: market .te.oIv to 10.- l4wer- choice f xj'ort and dresed-beef stet-T" $1?: fair t good J1.75ft5: Wc-tcni fed Uts $3.75-1 5.l; -tocker? and fderM J3 35'fr 1.15 Southern steer- $1.3iW4.r-: Siut)iern t-ows 5!. 502.75: natlte cows .10fi2.75. cm Ives VJ.V ffi5 5: nativf beiftr3 tz.zii4.jtr. bull jl.75ii 3.25. Hogs Receipts lO.'-iO: market ZUWe low er, top p-!ce $5.70. bulk of sale I5.30g5.fi5; henvv T5 fOft."'-: rackerpi ZZ.Z-yfcZ C pig- and lirjhti 5.155 55. ShejiRerelpt-f l-.5.j; market stedv and active; native lamb-s 5 1 fi 5.25; native wthrs J."I.25f3.'-: native wes llfiZ.Zf): t rn lamb? S(fi5.25; Wet-tern learlingi i3.70i? 3. SI; Weotern heer 53.5033.75: ""t'tckcrs and fe,ler 5J.75Jr3.ri): Itah lambs. 71 lbs . Jl.l'1; rtab lamb". 51 Ins.. JI.IO. South it Joreh. Oet. II. i"atle Heceipts 2,5r(:3; fteadv to IV higher, nat '.. $3.7566.25; cows and heifer Jl. 5014.5: U-cker and fef ti ers 52..-'3.R3. Hogs- Ttwelpts I.hSl; I". lower; light S5.4r.-b5.57U: medlum-i ltevv 55.52--&5.'5. Shrep Ucceipts 2.3-f': strong to 1-V? lifghcr; Id ml, $.1.25. Ney. York. Oct II. Beees Uect-jpts 7C; no tabs: steady. dre"d beef fii-.- ..! pr II.: extra be rf 11V: Texas l--ef '-!: -xports to day. S cattle. 1.2S0 sheep -md 2.ii quarters of beef; to-morrow. 2.6-V- iuarti-rs of l(f Calve Uerript- 1.207: al- firm at J.UiS.71; little r.K-M.. $4; (ntt"T ti-rtnin-jl: ilr.-el calve firm: citj -dre-ed veals &-ui3 pt lb : cftunirr lrerifj r 7ulb-: choice ligbr li-. dr-sed nistfis and fed cals V&& Sheep and !amb Ileceipts l.V: Iambs Ie; active and the under-craIe--- 3 trifle weak: .heejj $31? I. M; lamb- $5.25ti."-": anada Iambs J-.4. fng-Ite-cefpts 3.W3; weak; prime state h-gs J5.5i). i:bks. finPCDLK'SPKCIAL .NVw York. Oct. 11. Egg lEcfMpts 19.750 cape- The weather was hot and somewhat humid, turning all the demand f-.r fine eggs wholly upn fre-h and with light offerings th market :epp(i fctrong. with existing quo rat Ions fullv supported- There was an actual shortage of really fine. whl-cjwled to Vtter prb-es on fir to co-k1. or to the extent of laCc a dozen over what was acceptfd last week for the .ante qual ity. There was no poBitlve bii-tlne---- In faery April storage, .but considerable undr-srado storax were ufferetl and auotAtion are with held until they can be given with pr-e!ion. Dirties, check" and culls aolj better. Quota tions unchanged. tlilcaTO. Oct. 11. Kggs steady; at mark, case-; included. H5-17c; fir-t- ISc; crime firsts 20-:; ex t raj 22c Kanas rity, Oct. IL I.'gg steady; Missouri and Kan-as. new No. 2 whitewood cases ln riude.i. ISUc; case oJunt lC'.ic; cases returned jc less. l-hlladelrhla Oct. H.-Kgg-. teadv; fair de mand; near-bv lirsts and Western' firsts 2'"-ff 2b at mark. Ilutter Anil Cliccsr. flilago, Oct. II. Ratter stead j ; creameric"1 il'sf20c: dairies 13017c. Cn-Eso Mead v. 10510-4c rhiladelphla. Oct. 11. Ttuttr firm, with a coo-d tleman'i: extra We temp cr-same-j- -p. extra near-by prints 23. Che-. firm hut qm.t full creams fancy. 154rlM:c: do. choice iQr I04e; do. fair to good ?ufiftc. c"u,cc i"r I'onl try. IlKITRLIf SPKAK New-York. Oct. IL Lire- IMultry i;ceipts 6 cars Uestem With moderate receipts and a g.-o-l demand from Iist Sid; dealer, th mar ket rtileii firm at ve-terdav's ad vane on all d-f-riptions of pcuitrj-. Receipt In transit wer itot as hcatv a leokM fcr. dni it Kicks e if market will clean up rJos-My Pterins not pl-ntv and very few wanted. Quotation un changed. DresserJ poult ryReceirts 1.4ZZ pkgs. The fresh rvelpt.s this morning were not heavy, but ccssM-rabl stock due yesterday did not ani until lato. uii-n th trad.- for the day was oter. anI the market as-piumel a rather quit appearance this morning, more particu larly on chickens. Fowls, whll; nGt plenty, were very irregular In quality, and bet lots rariy averagci wer 12. while fancy largo selected were salable u to ItS'llUn for dry Idcked, but ilc was extreme on finest -calded. A few fancy large chickens, averaging up to S lbs. to itnlr. soM to a. special trade at a flight premium, but on th average run of chlcker-s th markt ruled slow and fully V: Pr lb. lower. On Western scald-M I2ai4c na.1 all that could be d-ependeti upen. and many sM lower, rrerii-killed turkeys not plenty, and market rirm -n fancy broilers, whilo averagr rraI-s .-vim at rather low prices. Squabs w.irke-i out at full price.. Tred Forwls. West ern, -raided I3f?uu; Southern an-l Southwest ern I3?l3--iCs Other quotations unchanged-. Wool. Rost-rn. Oct. IL Increasing strength Is shown in the local wool market from week to week. Recently thre has len a heavy demand for a.mcst all grades of wr-!f a condition of af fair which will mark the season as unlnu. Territory' grades occupy a Arm position and arc freely soM. Rulle.1 wools show actUit". but forefsn grades are quiet, Prices of do mestic wools In this market are ha?d 0-1 actual sal. Including th follow ing: Territory Idaho, fine lMHU,-: heaw fln- 15trISc: fin mMium lcifIS.-K: medium I"& 2iV; low- medium 215C2. Wyoming, fine iSJrlTe: heaiy i.ftl5c- tin medium 17-.rtc; medium 2-321c; low medium 23223c. I'tab an.I Nevada. fine 17S17iJc: haw tine J53ifc; fine medium lT-'-sQIe; medium 20fi21c; low medium 22323c. Dakota, fin I7qrlc; fine medium 17517-ic; me dium 2-2Ic; low medium 23g23c Montana. rir choice 21522c: fine average 195 2V- tin medium chric-f- 3IB22c; average VSZfc staple 221ir23c: medium choice 23ti23c; averse 21S22c CnfTee. New TtK. Oct. IL Coffee Spot J!o teadv No 7 It.oIce Sc: mild qu.er. The market for futures cpened steady at unchanged rrlceg on all positions, expert Sept . which was 3 point lower. European markets were stady. and after th cpenlng here th market showed a prctt;- good undertone on a m'vjerate demand from outlying source. Mm after selling 3 point net hlcher on ome poslttons the market was weakenetl jut before th clos bv a re nvnl ef liquidation and closed ?asy at a net decline of .KtT points. Sejles were reported -of about 5n.'0 I-ag. Including Dec. at 6&&SKc Jan. 6-V; Feb. 7'Xlc; March 7 K"5 7.15c- prll 7 2V; May 7.25g7 35c; July 7.45a7.5'c; Spt. ,.5 7.65c Dried Fruits. New '.crk. Oct II. Th market for evap orated appis -hows no change ArrivaL am small, but demand Is light and price ar no iifiir-r iji.in -r-ifji-jy; common ar neid at 4'B4TiC prime at 4Tfz5c, ciioice at S'jfi-V and fancy at -,fJ7c I'runes arc quiet, with the market firm on the larger sized, though It is reported that somo of the MrvtUer sires are to be had at 'light concessions; quotations range from 2c to Sc. acconlfng to ffrad Apricots remain firm on small offerings: chofc are held at su extra choice at WA9im& and fancy at lie lid I'earhes arc In practically th sam position as aprioM: choice are held at M;s-Uc extra choice at S$?c aal fancy at 3,t3Kc." Tnrprntliir and Rosin. Savannah. Oct, IL Turrntlne firm, st:c. Rosin steely; A. P. f Z Eft; D $2.55- K $2.4.- K 1TC5: M J4.I7L: N f4.3TUffH.4.V tt ri . . -- fSW: w. w. 4.. " -.- New A"ork. ot. 11. -Rosin firm; -traine1 common to gt-d, $2.-v. Turpcntini -steady. 5T,-t.5Jc. MlrelInnron-i Mnrlset-i. OKASS SEED .'t- tim-lth- JI.5",g:.-C; ,a. vr. per 3(0 lbs. : Clover J5T1: redtcp at 'S; Hungarian at S's-'ar'l millet at 7;gJl.S; or ders higher. BE.I.NS. PEAS. CTC -From storr. r-rbu.: White bean-i at II."; Scotch peas J1.15; jpllt peas K: blackey- JI.:- Per lb.: Lima at 4IJ 4',c; 1'ntlln 4t,S-i--: red kidnej- SSSUc. flXFXOWBR SEED J;.0 rcr 100 lb. CASTOR BBANS-JI.CO cr ba. for prims la car lot.- on trk. : 11.2- for mnall nnantltl DltlED Kltl'IT Apples: isunKiri-sl quarters 333Hc: evaperated at 3;-r4c: cores and pe.l-ln-;s at l'iSISc; chops at IHSIc. reac.lts" at :5z4c. HONET mb-No. 1 at lff-i:!c Inferior. broken or candled not quotable: strained or ex traced In bbls. at 4c for choice and 303uc for Inferior and dark: In cans 4"1"?Sc. JIOSS Pr lb.: Gray mil-d l!i01;c- grar. broun anil Mack mixed li.fir-c: hrrrxvn and Mack mixed 2fi2Hc. Machine-picked X 3fi3'sc: XX 3,ft4e- XXX 4'4tJc; XXXX 4'9;.c- ex tra blcck 6e; Inferior less. EMPTY BARREI-i Coal oil. turp'ntlne and g-uoline 1I.C5: vlmgar 70c: black oil SOc- lin-t-eed. light oil and varnish sc: machln- foc u:ar lc- whisky Wc; whisky hair bbls. 6-v; T-lne. spirit or alcohol JI: kraut VD'aVK; pickle 4lftSce; flour 15c: molai c: janj tt3 45c: "fsc off for each broken head or tave; -.Cc etr for each hoop missing. C-OPERAGl--On orders for prompt delivery. Ird tcs. 11.43 for wood-bound: JI.3.-.51.40 for 6-hoop Iron-bound: $1.43 for 8-hoop Iron-bound; oak pork bbl-.. $1.30 for wood and $1.5) for Iron-tound; oleo tcs. $1.4A for S-hoop; kraut hbl. $1: kraut half bbls. 70c: kraut kegs 4": kraut casks $1 43. SUck-work hbLs. Eight-hoop flour 4Zc: 6-hoep flour 4-"c: round-tep flour sjc. -noep suipr s-s-: --n--op sugar 42c: mill run apple Tjc: No. 2 apple 33c; meal 31c; 8 hoo.t lirse 'sjj.. s-hortp lime z. LINSEED OIL-Raw 33c; boiled c: 1c l-;s in carlcad lots. COTTOX-SEED OllWlnter white 41c- yel low Oo: sur.mer white 33c: yellow 31c; raUd 4Cc: co..klr-r white 33c; yellow 32c. FEATHERS Prime white Hie geSM n small Fks. Sse. and In large sks. &:; prime gray live geese 41c In small and 40e In large -Ics.: eld white 3S-341C: X 783c; XX 171720c: XXX 301? lie: XXXX 5c: tare 10 per cent on small sks. and 3 on large; duck, white. C-iJ!Sc: dark 2SB 30c. turkey, body (dry). 4c; chicken, prime body. 4c. ROOTS Per lb.: Ginseng at iZ.lZ to $ stcm my. Teedv, etc.. -.. while choice large brings more: lady slipper r-: seneca 3Se: pink lie: golden seal $1: black Sc; May apple 4c; snake rifi"Sc: white snake 3-c: angelica Cc: wahoo. twrk of root. He; bark of tree 3c; blood S-r3-iC; blue flag 4c: sassafras, bark cf root, -jriisc: wild ginger Re. AH kind- in demand and firm. HKESWAX Prime at 2Sc per lb. DEER SKIN'S. ET4i Prime deer skins 30c rr lb.: black tall 27c Interior less: antelope 324rl5c: coat 23tfi23c each dama-ced out. l-OOPERSTI'FKS In car lots en trk.: Staves Flour bb. at $10 for Cottonwood and $3.7. for mixed; miai bbl. at 8: No. 2 at JS: No. 1 half bbl. (gum at K.2I: mill-run fruit bbl. $7.M: beer keg $123!'!: lard ticrse $17: pork tM. $1?. Heading, per set No. 1 flour bbl. 7c: mill-run liH-lneh Meek for apple tbl. 6Uc: No. z do. 4Uc: lard tierce lc: p)rk bbl. 2!.c Shaved hooir Flour bbl. $S.W lor copper. $4 for hoosier: half-bbl. $3: soiled elm t.foot- $"jS.S; iak Urd tierce, cooper shaved. $l(iS13r pork bbl. $3. SALT I, fide: Medium $1: granulated Kc per bfcl.: worth 3- re-r bbL more thla side. BUOOM CORN-lwOS75 per ton. SHORT TRADERS FORCED TO COVER BY HEAVY riliiirp Hisc of -V Follows J'lealc Causcil by Uitloiuliug of Timid Itulls With Net Gain of L-Sc. KEITItlJC SHKTIAI. CUieaso. 111.. Oft. 11. Timiil bulls liegjii uiiluHiliti; lime wheat at til lirst tap of th" lx-11 on alnim over the O.-totjer Oovffr.'i-m.-nt report, iinlii-ating a larger crop of sjirin-r wheat l 23.W"0 lni. than the jiopiilar interpretation of tin. Sept. re port. There .-. a quick break of -SC. a mliy of Sc. v.hic!i was met by open Armour Felling, an. then a further decline, of Ic- on scattered liquidation and pr--ute by some of the local bean", who thought the ways were greased for a continui-1 decline. Hay was carried down to JI.CT'i. the lowest point in a number of , but on this break there was renewed buy ing; by some of the larger commiss'.on housv!. Big local traders espoused the Ioiic side for a turn. There was little stop-loss selling, and as the session wore on shorts found it harder to cover and were more anxious to do .so. DUIVEN' TO 4,'OVEIS. Itelatlvo strength In .Mlnm-apoU. -inil heavy commission buying late in the ses sion forced smaller pit shorts to cover, and there was a sharp advance of nearly -'c to Jl.ti for .May and Jl.fj'i for Dec. There was renewed Armour M-llmr on this advance at J1.U3'-.. for May and Jtl.j3 for Doc. and tho close was at those tlsure.-. So under the top and Sc higher than the .Monday close. The open Armour selling on the early and closins bulges easily reached l.v,'.u) bu. and may have been the putting; out of shorts covered the day before. As usual the local trader was disposed to look und-r the sijeface, and he believed the big commls.-lon buying on the preaK was for Armour account. There was more or less bujing on this theory, though Armour representatives Mill t.rertict lower prices. Hulls were encouraged by the fall ing off in the primary receipts of S.W) bu. under last year's figures, although swelled by the arrival of 2 cargoes of aoty-n-i bu. from Duluth at Detroit for use bv millers there. The local cash market was strnn;er for choice grades and dull for the poor. Sales 2a.C) bu. to millers. Duluth advices claimed Manitoba wheats were ISc tinder that market, or only Tc above an import basis, with the export demand tame at that difference. The Dec. discount nar rowed slightly on buying of Dec. and selling- of .May for St. Louis account through "pcncer-DennIston. coitx. Com sold off l-fi early on the Govern ment report and tho wheat weakness, but offerings were light, there was support for the Dec. by the leading-Xorthwestern long interest and a. disposition of shorts to se cure profits., and under this sort of buying tho market rallied, closing with gains of -..C for Dec. and li,c for May. While there was u good cash demand, higher premium" by a cent were demanded, bidders were loath to pay the advance and business was restricted: sales al-out ."V,V) bu. Offerings of old com from this State have practically stopped, and the move ment Is showing a marked falling off, re ceipt; onlv I7S cars and but 31 estimated for to-morrow. There was a big specula tive trade late In the ses-ion. Ware-Le-land and Pringle each taking about .W, "0 bu. May on the advance, while Cook, a broker, sold about I.C".f" bu. OATS. Oats suffered at the start from the de pressing Influence of the bearish Govern ment report and. unlike the other cereals, did not recover the lost ground. Extreme declines equaled 1c in both Dec. and Mav, with the close Sc lower at "SHc and Sl'c. respectively. There was general liquida t'on by tired holders. Shorts covered free ly, taking profits and preventing a more severe decline. Cash prices were V-c lower, shipping sales lM.fio bu. There were "25 cars In ami in estimated for to-morrow. Country acceptances were small. PROVISIONS. Provisions followed the trend of grains. weak early on scattered selling, en couraged by a decline of 5c to 10c In hog prices, but recovering on support bv the Ludanys and covering by local shorr the close steady to '.:c lower. THE MARKETS. Jesterdav being .Missouri Day at the Worlds Fair, the Merchants' Exchange w.a. c'0-sod Tn-re were no official Ic-Al quotations on grain or provisions. Cnrb Grain Markets. St. IlUis Dec. Theaf tt 1- KU. . . . tWi bid aM Da "csra hv5 bli Mllwaukee-i-Ve, whear-lMt, I.;r M,j - 7.. "KSrSi-ftiK' SS g It -lf.ei.I9S. Dec cora-Puw 5KS SSd Slu fe4'H.c. -nc and calla Mlnn.ai-)ll--Dec. -rheat-Iats bid and calls JI.l:"-'-!l.l1. I.kHi6Lii FraK-i and Ve-tetnhles. The Republic quotations ar for lots In first hands unies- otherwise speclSed. Small lots on ordero are charged higher. PKACIIKS-Homt-Broim. per '".-bu.. 20424V for ortlnary to j.K7c for choice to fancy. ear-br Me 'r"buabo fr oraln'rr lo - and PLUJIS-Ajuote choice and sound damsens at 50c per Vbu. tsket, '511AltSs SSJ??1 CH-nax basket Concords and V.orden 3fil6e and pony baskeu 10c Dcla- nnic, i-t. yi I-T'IJ 1 "-A-fV t. CRAB APPLES Qtte at $I..iTBi5 per bbL QUIXCHS-Quote at 10i33lc per 1, bu. kw APPLES Nominal!-- steady. Northern and Eastern mixed varieties at J1..W-J2. and from $2.23f3.4.- for cholc" ti fancy Maldcnblush: Jc-n-athan Ct-..o; Ben Dai.!.- $I.5.)1.73. Itlvtr re ceipts $l-j3, according to variety and conil tion. PEARS-In bbls.: Commcn fl.zsaiMI: durh---- $2.S; Seckel. Sh-ldon and Howell J2.75e3: Bartletts J3S173; Kelfers $l.Aal.T5 per bbl IIome-cr-11-.n. per i.j-bu. basket. tSfiTc. ORANUES wu"te late Valencia repacked from st'-re Ht $113.5') per box, according to quality. PINEAPPLES-Cholce Florida $3.3(r32.W pr crate. LEMONS-N-w Verdill frcm store nt-t and ."allfomla $2.5o3ri per l-ov. HANANAS-Quotablc $t.23S2...l a bunch en enlpm COCOANUTSI'er I.ftfl. E. trfc. J33.50; Job- i uitiK w. . p.r i'e. LIME- Quote at 73c6$l per ton. CR.NBERRH-5 New Cape Cod (early black) In email way at $ per bbl. POTATOES Nerthem from 30sJ47c pr bo. del. for r-d or white tk; early Ohio, fro-n farmers' w-i-fon-. 4'"ij50c, accorilng to qua'ltr. NEW ONIONS1 Quote: Xoith illssourl frtm 4-"'t)6i-c. per bo. for rel. CABBAGE Home-grown at 25830c p-r 1") Ihe . Io-se. ")n orders 73c rer large crate: New Holland seed sold at $10011 per ton deb SAUERKRAI'T New city-make, per bbL $..") and ij bbl. $1.50. CUCUMBERS Choice Northern at $1.3 Dr bu. I-asket. TOMATOES Quote, per ba. loose. S3B35C for choice hcnie-grown. TL'RNlPS-Home-grown 25if4ic per ba. Incse. BEETS Heme-grown 305fSc per bu. l:ose. t.ETTrOXIuote: at 13320c per bu. loose. BE.VXS Juote at 23ec per bu. loose and round green; fiat 23c. CA RROTS Michigan at V per 100 lbs.. dL : Northern In bu. baskets X?y-c. Ol'MI'.O Home-amwn 40ii5c per peck. MUSTARD GREENS-DulI at 10c per bu. SPINA CH-Quote at 10c per bu. KALB Quote at 10c per bu. CELERY - Michigan flat crates Sc and square jt 4-)330c; larger open crates 31.511.3 cr 13S32-tC per doz. bunches; home-grown 2& 23c per doz. bunch-?. Celery roots 3I40c per doz. SWCKT I-OTATOES-Quote home-grown re Bermuda at 40c per bu. loose and Nansemond at 30c: Southern Illlnei. queen $1.-7) tier bbl. HORSERADISH-Quote new at iZ.Vlfft.Vi per bbl. On orders higher. iAt'LIP'IWER-Quote Northern at 5ci$l per bu. Msket: fanty Urge (Chicago) $L25t?l.tO per rrate. RITABAGAS-Quote in bulk at 231301: per bu. del. SPANISH ONIONS-In jobbing way it $LW per crate. Wool. Stocks are quire large and th-re Is a fair Tnlume of eal.s by dealers, but little doing en the regular market, owing to lack of offerings from first hands. Market strong and In a gen erally healthy condition. Mo. and III. Med. comb. & cloth, mxd... 23432 North, and We-t. I Bright med....234?:4 i.iark meu 3J : Heavy buck 32 (j33 Tex.. I. T. Jt- Ok Med. 112 mo.).24 QUi Med.(&irl mo.).-; on Coarse i low.is e3 Light fine. h ate Heavy sandy.. 12 "314 Tuhwashed No. 1. 35 No. 2 z S30 Burry 22 S24 Angora -oat...s U27 Burry 10 S35 Clothing lw & braid. .23 rliTrrsr X. clear S24 mlieil 20 -S22. Slight berry...! Hard hurry-. 1 IJzht fine. IS Heavy finD....l. fjamlt 21 S204 21. -320 OH -jr-2 ArK. ana .soui-i. Light fine. 17 8 Med. Ifleece-).. z. Med. (loo-e)...22 Bn slight burry IS itzo Hani buror.14 Blttj Hides. Drv-Rint Texas heavy ISUc; do. fallen at 13c; do. light at lt',4c; native and Arkansas at Zc latter on selection, 3ic for No.-1 and 14;c for o. 2: glue at 9c Dry-saltM at 12i.c. Green salted round at 9c for Western: Arkansas and Southern do. 8ic; green-salted on .election at 5"ic for No. I and SHc for No. 2: part cured !;c less uncured ec lees, and bulls Ic less than forcsolng- glue t"c COMMISSION BUYING U Corn Is Off 1-Sc lo 1-tc on Heavy Mali's Oals Ait- Pmvii iS-c j? Provisions Are L'ni'Iiangwl. t 3- Chicago. Oct. IL Suddenly a waking sus.. plcion that selling had l-t-cn largely over done transformed weakne.-- in wheat tJ day into strength. At the close the price of both Dec. and May deliveries was -c above yesterday's final ligures, corn is off '.f-'.e; oats are down -h.c: provisions ara.. practically unchangtil. S3!Pi WHEAT. The Government estimate of Jl.COW? bu.. as the total yield of "wheat for tlij United States had a weakening influence " on speculative trailing in the wheat pit tit the opening. Initial quotations on Dec., were -?itiisC lower at S!.iS to Il-C1.. May was down '.: to -isc to Vuc at Sl.'s to H.i ;. Tliere was'Jieavy liquidation ot DfcJi3i4 causing a rapid decline, the price dropping to 1.07Ts within the lirst half hour. May weakened in sympathy to Jl.t-T-V Other factories that contributed to the selltn- pressure were low-er cables and continueil liberal receipts in the northwest. Weather in the Northwest also was reported favor- --' able to the free movement of the croprt For a time the selling wa quite gen.'ra.... Commission-hollies had numerous stopr loss orders, the execution of which add. d to the weakness. I-iter in the diy the demand improvd considerably, many tnidcrs apparently ac quiring the impres-..n that the market -hd oeen heavily oversold earlier In the session. Shorts covered frily. In conso. quence the market soon regained the early1" loss. Light receipts at Kansas City, with prospects of much smaller arriva.s in tl.'e near future, had a strengthening infliir-nce.'. Shortly before the close the market . todched tile highest point of the day. Do. selling at Ji.W4. .May sold up to Jl.W-57 ' The market closed strong, with Dec. as. r Jl.'j? ami .May at Jl.-S'(il..'J,i - -" Clearances of wheat and Hour were cap.! to ltiif) bu. The world's visible supply iiH tj creased .15.i.i) lit. Primary receipts were 1.4-H.60O bu.. compared with 1.6K.30 bu. 'a year ago. Minneapolis. Duluth and Chica- ;' go teportd receipts of IJS1 cars, against . .242 cars last week and 371 cars a year ago. -c-5?-J COIIX. Eaj!y in the day the corn market was," M. "o,v. rt.-5 ... icsun ul pront-taKing. conse quent to a bearish Government crop re- - -r .-v... aAtLci. ii.iieer. a nrmer reeling iic-. T . velcpeti on active covering bv shorts. ii" . The late market was helped by the small primary receipts and bv a reported de crease In the world's visible supph- at. . nearly two and a half million bushels nei- opened unehanged to .e lower, at 4c to Ml K JS; , ',-!i. "."t .": l. iow . ..v:'. V " M"Ll iwvipis were lis cars; with I of contract grade. OATS. Tli n.lnt 1 e.--. , ..... . 'T .. -".Hujjrti wtiur in inc oats marKct. . was an exceedingly bearish rsUmate ore- l me miai yieiu siio-vn bv the Governmenr crop report. Heavy liquidation char-actcr-Ized trading. At one time, nrjees, were off rully a cent from htst night's closing- fi tires but some recovery was madei n buy" Ing by shorts. 1fte?penin'r c to "- lower, at 20Kc to "3!rc. De..-. ranged between 2SigS";c ;ind- .,, 29-c. and closed at 2J',c. Local receipts ! were 21a cars. ji PROVISIONS. -Si Provisions were weak early In the dar Ua rsuIt f heavjr seUirt of Jani Prt , The market le-ame steadier later on fair support from packers. The wealf- " ' ness of com was a depressing- influence at the opening. Shorts were good buyers Is'te ,e.aar At th" clo-c. Jan. pork: "s-l 2?!i lard w?re. unchanged at IliTS SjhI fl J.-.M. iKptcuvcij-. kids were oft Scf -ft, p Estimated reeelntu rn rt.m Til.... on - .:.." . '-eujUUUS. . - i" '""i corn, mi oats. 115; hp-rjegj. -l.'.V uwu. R.VNGE OP rUTtniES. .-HE-. ' -( Lowest. a-Ai-i I r - Or-enlns. niKttt. Wfcrat Oct .... l.tt l"ec l.f.S ai.os. Mar ...I.CSSSl.W. Corn i.w--; l.K", 3-IOS . T l.iKU tJ3.; 1.07?. 1.0-H.S-j 4i 47W 411. fc. oet 4V, 4 '.eu. 'I'.ujj. f. 2J4 Sl lt.I1 11.30 12.73 12.72'i 7.K", KTJ 7.13 3s Vl 31!. 31.00 11.33 ir. 7.47, IS"' -il1- r-ix 12.73-f 7.51 Lard. Oct .... Dec .... Jan .... Mav ... 7.474 Shcrt nit" Oet .... 72 !.7l. S.S2i Jan s.c. May ... S.571 .. .72Ii RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. Rec. 2-1.3Y1 1S.I I3t.7t Jll.fiOO I3wC") 210.7l Flour, bbl- Wheat, bu Crm. bu. Oats, bu Rye. ba Rarlej-. bu.-...... -MARKETS BV TELERItAPII. . New Tork. Oct. 11. Flour-Receipts I7.sT nt.I-.: exports ".U7 bbLs.; sales 2.1".) pkgs;1 market steadily held, but Inactive. Rye now' firm. Buckwheat fiuur dull. $2.13r40. 5rn TT1.nl ..M.lr R M.nln.1 C..T . J.... IC 4-i?45 Hay HhfttiH o-u. Oct - .... Ili Mar ... I1V-K1--1 Mess Pork Oct lt.reu Dec .... 11.15 Jm .... lI.STJi May ... K.o ssi '" :-:-; -e Ship.. 3 I.W -fl 114.2CsfJa. rorijjrr' rr- s.ff-0, " i-sS-r1 .2 Wlreat 1!.-- Int. . ..Ik 14,i.a k.. e.. -I tun-.-; spot firm; No. 2 red H.It'Tr.'o. b. afloat;'7' JI, Options opened wi-ak under lower cables and .41 I-earlsh t. ei.tern leadership; rallie.1 later chieR-s-. , J .... .......... ..j .-u..,ua. ... . VU-V lUt.x he considered the G,vernment's figures 13.-n--a . too hih for spring wheat and the total cre- fullv IW.V'O.B.O bu. short of lart teir. Shnrt-f. covered and prices rallying sharply In spIN of a bearish worl.rs visible statrm-nt. el.e4 at a net advance of 5-lfic. Sale- lnclu.le.1 NoT"c 2 red Mar $L03KI.10 13-ie. closed $1.3') R-Bi Dec. $LI1 9-15. closed $1.12 13-1S. Corn Receipt. K.w.1 bu.: eiports 2li bu.: sales ifl.no) In. ftf3-tui-e-; tt.ftrt ba. sr-.t; epot firm; No. 2 S3";-t . elerator and 3-i,c f. o. b. afloat: No. 2 yellow 59c: No. 3 white Hc. options market opened " lower, but rallleil w lth wheat, an-1 en bujlnr. hs .hnrtl ClM. tfmilr . nd..l.ll. H. .Vj Vance; Alar 31H31Sr. clo-e.1 StSe; lieel Stlj-. ,' I exports el?; STiot easy; mlxe.1 oats. 2R to 32 lbs..- )"! ;in.T..:: natural white. 3.Ttr33 It-.. 34V&--"'- clirpe.1 white. ZA to 4.1 lb-.. "KCSJ1.-: ontlon nominal. Feed stea-iy: spring bran $o.C5: mid-rr -t anng- 4...'. liny iiuii. iiop nrm: s-iai. com- mon to choice lt H33c: t3 ntiSve: elds IK? 1"-"-: Pacific Coast 114 30-ic: l-3 3i83r-r olds 14JV15C Hides steady. Leather flrm. Wool steady. Beef quiet. Cut meats dull: pickle4 bellies S'.ClIUc. Urd ej.y. ive.-tern st-m. $s.f-3: Oct. close.! $t03 nominal; reflne.1 barel steady: continent $X.25. Pork: mes-s $l"t.t")8R5i. Tallow quiet. Cottonseed oil easy; prime crud nominal; prlmo crude yellow SSijaV:. 1'e troteum steady. Rice steady. Molasses stead.. fTilcaco. Oct- II. CttSh quotations iv.r. a follows: Flour easier. Wheat No. 2 sprint . XLe.ji.ii: o. j ji..tni.-:: o. -: r-n j-.ivrv l.US. 3om-No. 2 30;31c: No. 2 yellow -yiC. . white zKc. Re No. I 7!c. Barley oo.1 fers 1 ing c: fair to choice malting--""i-Bisc. seed- Clover, contract -rrade, $e.2S- Provisions Mesi lark, per bbl.. SII.1O011.-39; lard. rer 1P rb-r-" 17.5rti-p7.32: short rib- -Ide, iions.) j7.2-e7.73f" short clear sides (bid.) SiSZttiM. Whisky; basis of hlghw'nes. $1.S-. ' Kan-.is Itty. Oet. II. -Wheat steady: Dec, JI.im.; Jlay tI.IHS81.sH,: cash No. ; hanL $1.02l.0: No. 5 34-fi$3.3: No. 4 Sc3$I: rr-oe j'cted 7Mj3c: No. 2 red $t.lOL12: No 3 $!.;" --i 1.C9; No. S.V'Sll.M. C.irn steady: Iiee. 41V Mav tl.'Eri1"e: cash No ' mixed 4S," No. 1 '"x-O 47,S4Sc; No- 2. whlte,lJ4c: No. I 4iit; Oat- steadv; No. 2 white J-i4f3Ic: No. 2 ml ISt.'.A.. "5 miM 3"ATr3r. Hsr flrm: rholer." timntlr SX.ZZftli I choice prairie $S. Bye nominal at de. Receipts fi iiineat. .s.s.i; corn. 3Z.WZ oats. """I.."". sniDT ments Wheat, 1.000; com. 0.6f"l: outs. S.frt). Peoria, III.. Oct. ll.-Com quoteri firm: No-. 2 32Hc: No. 4 stv. -Whisky, en th basis oft ll.iiiS- for finished goeds. , IJ-renioul. Oct II. Wheat-Spot nominal: fUl tures quiet; Dec. 7s 3'.d. inrn Spot. Amerlean mixed, casv. 4s 3d; futures aiiet Dec 4s 4VI. Toledo. Oct. St dOTer-eed4ah n.1 net. $7.43; Ds.. J7.47!j; Marvh $7.37H. Al-lke. prtir, $$.2. Timothy, prime 11.33 asked. 11 Cincinnati. O.. Oct. II. Whl-kv Distillers' finished goods, flrm i-n lisbi of tl.tS'i. . iiiiwauker. Oct. IL wheat lrreguur; No. 1 N..rth-m $I.12,ft-I.l3: No. 2 Northern $LOj.J May $l.os. Rye strong; No. I SUic. Barley, steady; No. 2 33c: sample 35?32!tC. Corn stcadr? No. 3 32j33-c: Jfay 43e. i. Duluth. Minn.. Oct. II. Wheat To arrive: No t hard Jl.ll'i: No. 1 Northern $t,-lr No. 2 Northern $1.04-; on trk.. No. 1 Northern $t.ror;: No. 2 Northern $l.0tH: tire $LC.; Mav $1.11. Oat- To arrive and on trk.. 3V- "" Minneapolis. Oct. II. Wheat-Dec. $I.11S tlKi Mav ILI24frI.12i;: Xo 1 hard Sl.liS.- No.' 1 Northern I1.I2S: No. 2 Northern $l.w't3'""j Flour First patents K.IOB'!.""): second pent- '"'OM Jrf.&tjs.; nrsr clears ti.a-st-f.M-. in wrssif sees " . end clears $333.10. f. o. h. 3Ilnneapolls, it?' 3 wood. Rran Irt S.TT1I.- TI.SIITi J? The Visible. New Tork. Oct. IL Special cable and tele graphic communications received by Bradstreet's stow tho folio. Ing changes in available sup tilles- as comDared with lat accjunts: .VVbeii---.r United States and Canada, east Itockie-: in-" ii crease. s.i5.'i nu.: anoai icr an.1 in t-nn-opela Irih. 1 GWJITtl hrj.r Intat -UTmlv. Irtmh. 9.I3S.OOO bu. Ccrn. United States and Canada. ' .-, I east Rockies, decrease. ilI5.oi. Oats. L'nlte-T ""I "states ano -a-rf'"'". t-.il x-ckics. inrreas. ? T 2.S73.VM. The leading increases reported thf-r" "' week are: 1.1(.000 bu. at the Northwester.. In3-4W11J teller elfvatora: 7S3.j0 bu. In Manitoba'. x!t4rlM The leading decreases arer 317.0(. bit- at the ? Chicago private, elevators, and 71,003 tu. at Nashville. IQ I (2 OI "T r" KASsffiai j?iS!?$X!&b't. ?:-t-'pr -a"a."-'l-fe''B''fe. "ytJS) fig 3srj?P)- ----- ?&r.? -r.-S Ut -'-r---.-; -c. .SX . . ?. . . .-v..-j-...i-;j 'friZ.-FiJtvi-Zf-,-jf.