Chicago, Oct. 20. Following were the quotations on the board of trade today. Wheat- No. 2 October, opened 94?éc, closed 92%c; December, opened 96%c; closed 94Mc; year, opened 94-Sjíc, closed 92%c. Com- No. 2 Oetober, opened 63c, closed 63Hc; November, opened 48J4c, olosed 4854c; year, opened and closed 43c. Oats -No. 2 October, opened 27Líc, closed 286e; November, opened 279ác closed 28J4c; May, opened 30%c, closed 30Mc. Pork- December, opened $8.60, closed $8.55; January, opened 811.3% closed $11.35. Lard- November.opened $6,30, closed $6.25. Live stock- Following were the prices at the Union Stocks yards today: Hogs- Mar ket rather active on packing and shipping account: and prices steady and unchanged; sales ranged at $firstname.lastname@example.org pigs, $3."email@example.com ligüt, $4.UO@4.20 rough packing, ;S4.firstname.lastname@example.org mixed, and $4.2ü@4.70 heavy packing and shipping lote. Cattle- Markot rather active on local and shipping account; good grades rather steady, but common lots easy; quotations rauged at Si.email@example.com prime to shippiug steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org good to fancy do, 83.40 4.25 common to fair do, $email@example.com butchers' steers, $3.ÜU2.75 stockers, $firstname.lastname@example.org Texaus, $email@example.comU rangers, L2.50O3.25 feeders, L1.503.50 cows, 81.503.UO bulls and S-'.5ÜS5.00 veal calves. Sheep- Jlarket rather active, and prices unchangod; quotations ranged at $3.50 4.90 westerns, $firstname.lastname@example.org natives, and $3.50 5.50 lambs. Produce: Butter- Fancy separator, 31@32c per Ib; dairies, fancy fresh, 23@tític; packing stocks, fresh, 13J4@14c. Eggs- Loss off, 19H 20c per doz. Live poultry- Oíd ohickens, 8c per Ib; spring, lic; roosters, 5@5Hc; young turkeys, 10@10íc; oíd, 8@9c; ducks, 8í@9c; spring, 9@10c; geesc, g6 00O6.50 per doz. Potatoes- Home grown, 40@50c per sack; Wisconsin' and Michigan, fair to choice, 28 3Ucper bu; sweet potatoes, Illinois, 81.50 1.75 per bbl; Jerseys, email@example.com. ApplesCommon, 81-75 per bbl: good, g2.00@.225; choice to fancy, $2.5U@3.00. Cranberries- Cape Cod, fancy, 86.0ü@7.00 por bbl; common, 85.75 6.00. New Tork. New Yobk, Oct. 20. Wheat- No. 2 red winter cash, 81.05HÍ: November, $1.04%; December, $1.(XH; January, 81.08. Corn- No. 2 mixed casb, 65@65c; October, 64?áe; November, 62Hc: December, 54-Mc. Oats- Dull but steady; No. 2 mixed cash, 34@35c: November, 34%c; December, 35c. Rye- Unchanged. Barley - Nominal. Pork- Dull but steady; new mess, $11.00. Lard- Quiet; November, $6.66; December, $6.71. Live Stock. Cattle- Market flrm, but no trading in beeves; dressed beef, steady; native sides, 6H@9Mc per Ib. Sbeep and Lamba- Sneep, flrm; lanibs, l&c per lb higher; sneep, $4.50S5.35 per 100 lbs; lambs, $5.506.25. Hogs -Market lower; live hogs, S4.firstname.lastname@example.org per 100 lbs. Detroit. Detroit, Oct. 20. Wheat- No. 2 red cash, 96)c; December, 88c: May, $1.04; INo. 1 white cash, BiHc Corn- No. ' cash, 56c. Oats- No. 2 white cah, 29c.