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MARKETS. WRLSHPOOL CORN, ATON DAY.- Prices :-Wheat, 12s 6d to 13s Od per 240ibs; barley, 15s Od to 16s Od per 280 lbs; oats, 12s Od to 12s 6d per 2251bs. WK LSH POOL GKNKRAL,Monday.—Wholesale prices Butter Is 3d to ls4dper 11,; eggs 0 to 12 for Is; fowis Os Od to 3s Od p^r couple chickens, 4s Od to 5s Od ducks, 4s 6d to 5s 6d rabbits, Is 6d to Is 8d per couple. NEWTOWN GENERAL, TUESDAY.—Eggs 0 to 12 for Is butter Is 3d to Is 4d per lb; fowls 3s Od to Os ad;, chickens 4s Od to 5s Od ducks 4s Od to 5s Od rabbits, Is 6d to Is 8d per couple. LIVERPOOL CORN, TuKf-DAY. — Wheat, quiet trade, id to Id under Friday. 6s 2d to 6s 3d; Northern spring, 5s lid to 6s Od; 2 Kansas, 5s 7d to 58 lid. Beans, 3d dearer— Saidi, 28s Od to 28s 3d. Peas, unchanged, 5s 6d. Oats, unchanged—whites, 2s4d to 2s 7d. Maize, only moderate trade—old mixed, 3s 6kd to 3s 6d new, 3s 5|d to 38 6d. Flour, unchanged. BIRMINGHAM CATTLE, TUESDAY. Moderate supply of cattle and sheep, but trade inactive. Prices ruled as follows: Beef, Herefords, 7.d, few choice, 7fd shorthorns, 6d to 6d; bulls and cows, to 61.1 calves, Od 'to 7d; wethers, Od to 81d; ewes and rams, 5d to 6c1 per lb bacon pigs, 7s 6d to 0s Od porlcecs, OB ad to 9s 6d sows, 6s Od to 6s 6d per score. LONDON HAY AND STRAW, TUESDAY.—Prices — Good to prime hay, 70s to 87a 6d inferior to fair, 55s to 65s good to prime clover, 75s to 100s inferior to fair ditto, 60s Cd to 70s mixture and sainfoin, 60s Cd to 85s ad; straw, 24s to 36B per load. SAi.TORD CATTLE, TUKMJ.AY. — At market::— 2,936 cattle, with trade rather depressed sheep, 8;943, demand alow calves, 98, trade fairly good for choice. Quotations as followsCattle, 5d to 6cl sheep, 6d to 81d cr- Ivc-f, 4d to 8d per lb. LlnRP OOL CATTLE MARKET,MONDAY.—Numbers:: Beasts, 1,613; sheep, 5,719. quotationB: Best beasts, 6d to 6jd second, E;}d to 51d; third, 4d to 5d best Scotch sheep, 8-1 to 8^d other sorts, 6d to 7d per lb. The supply of stock was smaller than week, showing a decrease of 53 beasts, and a decrease of 1,639 sbeep. Slow demand j for all classes at about late rates. CORK BUTTER, Thursday.—Prim est, —s prime, -8; firsts, —s; seconds 93s kegs, s thirds 77s kegs -8 fourths -s fifths —s choicest -8; choice —s superfine —s tuie mild 96s kegs-s; mild -8; choicest boxes ~s ■ choice boxes, —s- In market 38, which were classified as follows:- Primesc 0, prime 0, firsts 0, seconds 19, thirds 8, fourths 1, fifths 0, choicest 0, choice 0, super- fine 0, fine mild 3, mild 0, choicest boxes 0" choice 0, unbranded 7, kegs 1. Fresh better A, 101s to ■—e ditto B, 89s to 88s. OSWESTRY UOUN MARKET, WEDNESDAY. The I following wero the quotatiors:-White wneat (old): Os Od "o Os Od white wheat (new), 3s lOd to 4s Od per7h!b;<; red wheat (old), Os Od to Os Od red wheat (new), 3s 9d to 4s Od per 7blbs old oats, 13s Od to 14s Od new oats, 10s Od to lls Od per 200ibs; malting barley, 14s Od to 16s Od; grinding barley, 13s Od to 14s Od per 2801bs. OSWJTSTRY GENERAL MARKET, WEDNESDAY.— Quotations :—Butter, Is 2d to Is 3d per ib; eggs 8 to 9 for Is beef, 6d to 8d per lb; m itton, 7d to 9d; lamb, 8d to 9d veal, 6d to 9d pork, 6d to 8d fowls, 4s 6J to 5s Od per couple ducks. 5s Od to 6s Od per couple; rabbits, 2s 2d to 2s 4d per couple; geese, 8d to9d turkeys, lOd to lid per lb; potat oes, lOd per score. OSWE^TKY WEEKLY CATTLE FAIR.—There was a good supply of stock at .the Sinithtieid en Wednesday, and a good sale was effected prices remaining about the same as last week. Messrs aiid Son sold 195 cattle and calves, and 844 sheep and pigs; Messrs Hall, Wateridge and Owen, in conjunction with Mr Dbody, sold 90 cattle and calves, and — sheep and laiubs and Messrs Whitfield and Batho had their usual sales. Prices ruled as follows:— Beef, 6r1 to 7d per lb; mutton, 7d to 8d per lb. veal, 7d to 8d per lb pork pigs, 8" Od to 8s 4d bacon pigs, 7s 6d to 7s 9d per score. ELLE.-MKRE, TUESDAY. —Quotations as follows: Wheat (new) lis 6d t< 12s 00 per 225 lbs; barley (new), J68 Od to 17s Od per 280 lbs oats (new), 10s Od to lis Od per 200 lbs; butter, laid to Is 2d pet ii, eggs, 9 to 11 for Iq fowls, 4s Od 0486-1 ducks, 5s Od to 5s 6.1 rabbits, ls6dtols8d per CHipie; apples, 2d per lb. WHITCHURCH, FRIDAY. —Wheat, 3s lOd to 4s Id per 75 lbs Oarlev, 3s 6d to 4* Od per 70 lbs; oats, 2s 6d to 3s Od per 50 lbs eggs, 9'to 10 for Is; butter Is Od to Is 4d per 16 OZ; fowls, 4s Os to 4s 6d per couple: ducks, 58 Od to 5s 6d per couple; potatoes, Od to 9d per score; beef, 5d to 8d mutton, 7d to 9dlamb, 7d to 9d; veal, 7d to 8d pork, 6d to 7<1 per Ih; rabbits, L8 lOd to 2s Od per couple apples, lid to 2d oer quarter. BRADFORD WOOL, THURSDAY.—As might be ex- pected, the check to prices administered at the wool sales in London has not beeu with effect here. It would be hardly possible to-day to obtain such prices as on Monday for any wool which is of short or inferior quality, and the tone generally is cer- tainly less confident. Nevertheless it, is claimed by sellers that ail good qualities of new wool are as dear as ever. Under existing circumstances users are naturally wholly disinclined to come into the market except for what they are forced to buy, but sellers, on the other hand, are not greatly disposed to press matters and still express some belief in a recovery. English wools are quieter and less firm also because of the check, but mohair is firm, with a good demand, especially in the lower qualities. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxativ3 Bromo Quinine Tablett. All. Druggists refund the money if it fails to enre. 1/lJ. The genuine is stamped L. B. Q. HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. SIR W. W. WYNN'S HOUNDS WILL MEET Saturday, Jan. 20th Prees Heath Mondav Jan. 22ud Bryukinalfc At 11. Tuesday, Jan. 23rd Rednal At 10-30. Friday, Jan. 26th Brouehton Saturday, Jan. 27th Macefen At 11. THE PLAS MACHYNLLETH HOUNDS WILL MEET FOXHOUNDS Monday, Jan. 22nd Hetigwm Thursday, Jan. 25th Derwenlas At 10-30. HARRIERS Tuesday, Jan. 23rd Dovey Bridge Friday, Jau. 26th Glandulasmawr At 10-30. UNITED PACK wnL MEET Saturday, Jan. 20th The Cock, Forden Wednesday, Jan. 24th Ticklerton Saturday, Jan. 27th Moat Gate At, 10-45. TANAT SIDE HARRIERS WILL MEET Tuesday, Jan. 23rd Llanyblodwel Friday, Jan. 26th Pool Quay At 11. NORTH MONTGOMERY HARRIERS WILL MEET Saturday, Jan. 20th Bwlchygarnedd Wednesday, Jan. 24th Cornorri-.n Saturday, Jan. 27th Pontyscowrvdd Bridge At 11. — SIR BRYAN LEIGIITON'S HOUNDS WILL Thursday, Jan. 25th Maes Brra At 11. Frank Lloyd and Sons hold their opening sales for the year in the North Wales Repository, Wrex- ham, next week. The catalogue is a large one, and contains an entry of over 800. On Thursday, January 23rd, the first day of the sale, will be offered 160 high class harness horses (including 12 match pairs), also 80 valuable hunters and 6 fillies and colts from the Eaton Stud. Wednesday's sale will com prisc 280 small harness horses, show cobs, and ponies, including many prize winners. On Thurs- day, the last day of the sale, 300 heavy town, Inrry and young horses will be offered, these certainly will be a great sight and well worthy the attention of brewers, team owners and others in search of horses of the right sort, most of which are warranted sound. Full particulars will be found in our advertisinglcolumns.