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The Markets

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Parent Issue
Day
22
Month
December
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
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Lmcago, uec. zu. Pollowing were the quotations on the Chicago Board cf Trace today: Wheat - Open. High. Low. Close. December ...$ .66% $ .66% $ .65% $ .65% May 70% .70% .69% .63% Juiy 70% .70% .69% .69% Corn - December ... .30% .30% .30% .30% January 30% .30% .30% .30% May 32% .32% .32% .32% Oats- December ... .22% .22% .22%. .22% May 24% .24% .23% .23% Pork - December 8.75 January 10.C0 10.02% 9.87% 9.90 May 10.30 10.37% 10.22% 10.25 Lard- December ... 5.05 5.05 5.05 5.05 January 5.35 5.37% 5.30 , 5.30 May 5.55 5.60 5.55 5.55 Short ribs - December 5.20 January 5.27% 5.30 5.22% 5.22% May 5.40 5.45 5.37% 5.37% Produce: Butter - Extra creamery, 25c per rb; extra dairy, 22c; packing stock, 16@16%c. Eggs - Fresh stock, 20c per doz. Dressed pouitry - Turkeys. choice, 9%@10c per tb; fair to good, 8% @9%c; chiekens, hens, 7c; springs, 7%c; ducks, SSSi-sc; geese, 7@8%c. Potatoes - Fair to choice, 40@45c. Sweet potatoes - Illinois, $3.50@3.75 per brl. Apples - $1.50@2.00 per brl. Cranberries- Cape Cod, S4.CO@6.00 per brl. Chicago lave Stock. Hogs - Estimated receipts for the day. 42,000. Sales ranged at $3.8O@4.OO for pigs, $3.95@4.10 for light, $3.90@4.00 for rough packing, $3.95@4.15 for mixed and $4.0ü@4.15 for heavy packing and shipping lots. Cattle - Estimated receipts for the day, 14,500. Quotations ranged at $7.25 @8.25 for Christmas beeves, $6.30@7.00 for choice to extra steers, $5.60@6.20 for good to choice do., $4.80@5.55 for fair to good do., $4.20@4.80 common to medium do., $4.004.40 butchers' steers, $4.40 @6.40 fed western steers, $3.15@4.70 feeding steers, $2.00@4.25 cows, $3.00@5.00 heifers, $2.80@4.40 bulls and oxen, $3.75 @4.60 stags, $3.40@4.40 Texas steers, and $5.00@7.50 veal calves. Sheep - Estimated receipts for the day. 13,000. Quotations ranged at $3.30 @4.50 westerns, $2.75@4.60 natives and $4.00@5.60 lambs. !;. t Jiullalo Live Stock. Bast Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 20. Dunning & Stevens, Live Stock Commission Merchants, East Buffalo, N. Y., quote as follows: Cattle - Receipts, 3 cars; market steady and pretty wel! cleared up; veals, $5.OO@7.75. Hogs - Receipts, 25 cars; market fairly active for good weïghts; slow for others; best heavy grades, $4.25@4.30; mixed, $4.15 4.20; Yorkers, $4.10@4.15; pigs, $4.05 4.10; roughs, $3.60@3.80. Sheep- Releipts, 35 cars; market dull at yetserday's decline; top lambs, $5.40@5.50; culis to good. $3.75@5.35; mixed sheep, tops, $3.70@3.90; others, $2.00@3.60; wethers and yearlings, $4.00@4.50. St. Louh Grain. St. Louis, Dec. 20. Wheat - Lower; Nè. 2 red cash elevator, 68%c; track, 71%c; December, 68%c; May, 71%c; No. 2 hard, 67@68c. Corn - Lower; No. 2 cash, 31c; track, 32@32%c; December, 30%c; May, 31%c. Oats - Lower; No. 2 cash, 24c; track, 24%c; December, 23%c; May, 24%c; No. 2 white, 28%c. Rye- Firm; 53c. JVIilwaiike Orain. Milwaukee, Dec. 20. Wheat- Dull; No. 1 northern, 66%e; No. 2 northern, 64@66c. Rye- Quiet; No. 1, 55%c. Barley- Firm; No. 2, 44c; sample, "6O43%c. Oats- Lower; No. 2 wh;tc, 24%@25McDetroit: Grain. Wheat - White cash, 70%c; No. 2 red, December, 70%c; May, 73%c. Corn - Cash, 32%o asked. Oats- Wh,.?, 270. Rye - 57c.