I PRODUCE MARKET. I Slight Frost Visits Sev- I eral Localities. I WHEAT AND CORN DECLINING, I Demand for Oats, GodJ, Hut I'ri- I u ces a Little Weaker. Rf1 During tlio Inst week several localities of our tcrr'lory liavo been Msitctl with B ' hligliTtroBts, ImfSnur wo liavo not lieanl of nuy nmterinl (liunnge l)elng done to the mnnll fruits, otlicrwiao llio t eatlicr lias Ikjcii nil tlint rotikl Imj ile- E plrcil, 1ml trmlo in ninny linen la not ns licavy ns it was nt tlio conimenceinent n( Hie month. All lines seems to have mi nvcrngu trmlc, with no complaint ' from any quarter. Very Haltering re- porta nrrio from tlio Hiirromiilini; inin-Inj; inin-Inj; sections, ami more jiaiticularly from IK'cn Creek, from whence they unite ctcryilay. At present tlicto arc strong Intllcitlonx of the njniliratc iiulelsly moving in the matter of hnilillng n mil-way mil-way from Salt l.alco to the Deep Cicek iiiIiich; also from Spriligtillo toTuitii. This will give a market toour merchants for n largo amount of our surplus during the coming fall, anil labor w ill be in big demand. Farmers from all parti of tho territory report tho crops in excellent condition. Our railroads have incrcapcd their import trade about two hundred and filty earn, per week within tho last eixty ilnjB, having nil they ran do to handle cars with their present facilities. OFFEBINOS. Wheat. Decline in prices has been noted from time to time with tho pros- pects of euch excollent crops; oflerinps arc far moro freely made at 75 to 77 cents per bushel, carlo!, bulk, track i here. Corn. Declino has nlso taken place on EnBtern corn. It is being offered far g more freely thin at anytime during tlda jv year. Triien have declined to $1 () for E whole corn, Backed, nnd fl.tlft to 41.70 P f'ir cracked goods. fc O.Uh. The demand for thin article Kl still hnldi good, but prices are not nuito " " ns iirnTaMhcy" wero last week, n'r.d In one or two instances n decline lias taken place, but whether it Is dono an a feeler or whither it Ih a permanent one, we do jiot Know nt prcH'iit. OfTerlngR for Utah's have been mado nt 2.1fi to (2.20, while eastern aro offered at 12.05 and 2,10, track city. Hay The market in still nvetstocltcd with hay. Dealers nro unloading nnd buying tery sparingly, especially with alfal.i, for which thero is hardly any demand, being quoted from $7.M) to (8 per ton, baled, timothy from 412.50 to 13 and wild hay from $( to (10. l'oultrj There is hardly any demand for drCBsed poultry (old stocU). Spring chicks and joiing turkeys are bringing good prices. Old birds nieolleied from $11 to X per dozen, tthllo springs are oirered from to (5 per dozen, and young tuikejs from 8 to $12. Vegctahles Potatoes aro still arriving in ear loin finin Cnllfornl.i. OMerings are mado from to 1.25. Fruit. Oranges aro now looked upon ns almost a stnplo article, with tery llttlo tluetuation in prices. All Importation Import-ation of small fruit lias been slopped dining tho iMJt week witli the exception of cliorrics, an Utah strawberries, etc., havobcen airiving in tlio market in gixxl shape. Offeringa aro mado on eliiirics at to 41.25. Strawberries have declined fiom 42.5(1 to 41.50 and 41 76 per case Si( ImU price Current.