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THE KANSAS CITY J0U11NAT TIIUllSDAY, JANUARY 2-t, 1895.
WHEAT YERY UNSTEADY.
it itA.v mi: (iamiitoi Pittcr.si inai.-
l.V MlNO V
r flcfmcd I" S3 tii:( ln, tlnwcier, nml
t. lanced JrOat AImi Rained, but
l'rmllnn t'ltrd l.tiwrr
Chkttfta, Jan. S3 Wheal bobbed about
. i' rlJnlr lo-Jny. lushf 1 down by f roa
Urn nml shoved up by shorts covering.
11 nnully routed c lower for Mny. Corn re
fu.1 te follow wheat, rfhd, aided by bet
h flipping demand, gained ?. On In
a.ti n. Ilko amount, but provisions
'.i" lower nil nround.
T.n wheat market opened quiet ami fee
in'. Succeeding a preliminary decline ot
"," ftm the closing quotation ot the prov
t us afternoon, It gathered Itself together
ngnlii and recovered for n iihort time lis
first decline In the course of another half
hour, It wm once more struggling In a
death grapple vrlth tho lieom on lop if
It. Foreign markets were not so distress
lngly elck ns general expectation had pre
pared Itself for. Receipt here and In the
Northwest were light. The seaboard sent
beailsh dispatches. There were apparent
ly many long line hanging by the merest
tiiread and, acting upon that Impression,
big bear speculators gave the market
shake after shake, until nil the weakly
supported wheat went over and the shorts
were flntlsllcd to eover. May, which closed
yesterday at Br.'Jc, opened with sellers '
from K'ie to r.V', and sold as tow as Dl'kd
before It reacted. It gained dimly and
ltluetanlly until It touched 5B',i!?o3c, at
which point vigorous selling recommenced
mid It Gradually worked back attain (o
t" At the hitter price there van a
short struggle, out of which the bears
tame victorious, and the price went down
with a rattle to Ute, and after recover
ih' to fllitffSlfit', It mode (mother dive,
1-, idling BIH. The shorts, who had been
buying freely on all the preceding idlp?,'
took hold greedily and on so heavy a scale
th.it prices rose again to B5e. About
twenty minutes from the close business
bad become Hlow again. May closed at
l!orn acted as regards the wheat mar
ket very similarly to Its procedure ui the
day before. It showed an Indication of hav
ing morn friends and fewer enemies. The
receipts were 1!3 cars, against estimates
for am, and the demand for carloads
through billed was sulllclent to add from
5ie to Ho to the price paid yesterday.
The opening prices for .May were princi
pally from 439c to 4.'i'jc, with a sale or
two as low oh 4.1'ic It recovered to 4154c,
dropped back to 45','iJ 1.1'ie, wont once
more over the same ground aud then roso
to 40Tic, resting at ITHc
Oats were principally Inclined to follow
corn. The disposition to sell was com
paratively nothing and some shorts were
htlll at work covering, but trading was,
in the whole, rather ilraggy and slow.
Way Hold from 29'-ic to 29V. where
Jt was at noon. The price advanced to
lynflMKc before the close, and tho final
rale was made at il)l-Ti2A;c. The cash
business In oats was active and prices
were very linn.
After a steady opening and a slight ad
vance provisions broke sharply. There
was general selling by packers and longs
and the demand was far from siilllcleut
to absorb the off-rings. .May iork fin
ished 27!c lower, May lard 7Vo lower and
ribs 7!e lower.
NEW PASSENGER SERVICE.
I'rimi Kansas City Via thn lturllnj;tnu
"DENVER SPECIAL" leaves Kansas
C'y daily 10:30 a. m., solid train; arrives
Denver 7:30 a. m.
HnitLlNOTON NEW LINH.VIA IJIL
'DINCIS," for l'uget Sound and Pacific
Coast from Kansus City, leaves at 10:10
u. m dally.
This linn gives patrons an opportunity
to visit Hot Springs, South Dakota, Illack
Hills and Yellowstone Park, and It Is the
short line between Kansas City and Hel
ena by 3S.1 miles, llutte 1115 miles, Spokane
74 miles, Seattle 140 miles and Tacoma 113
This Is the most marvelous scenic route
rn 1 perhaps the most Interesting across
Itnund trip tickets to all Pacific Coast
Ti hits vl.i this line.
For full Information address II. C. Orr,
Jiinlington Itoute, Kansas City, Mo.
Washington, Jon. 23.-Tho following pen
sions have been granted:
Missouri George Render, St. I.ouls, St.
I.ouls; Alfred L. Harnes, Anderson, Mc
Donald; James Euglexon, Canton, Lewis;
Jacob Itulnhart, Wellington, Lafnyett-;
Juhn Ij. Keith. Newtown, Sullivan;
Michael McManus, De Soto, Jefferson;
Willie II. Gray, St. I.ouls, St. I.ouls;
Hi. liai-d Whiting. Wellston, St. T.ouli;
Fnederike W. Kreuter, !!t. ouls, St.
Iiouis; Sarah Darr, Hnger's Orove, Shelby;
Dl'le Keys (mother), Hurtvllle, Wright;
Sl.iry Itooney, St. Louis, St. Louis.
Kanmtv-George L. Neal, Garden city,
J'mney; C!eurg' Fnrren, Tongnnoxle, Leav
enworth; William V. D. Iilshop. Lnriloil,
Van nee; ltobot't McMnster, Hunnewell,
Humner; Herman Uttnor, Lincoln, Lin
coln; Harry D. Carpon, Coyville, Wilson;
William Grooms, HUca, Ness; John Hoke,
I.iih AuitelcH Without Change
The Union Pacific Is now running one of
tr, latest Improved Pullman I'alaeu Sleep
ing Cars even- day In the year from Kan
fuo City to Los Angeles, via Denver.Chey-
nnc, Ogden nnd Sacramento. This car
i ives Kansas City at !:30 a. m. on the
California nnd Oregon fast train. This
train Is lighted with the celebrated
l'intscho gas, heutecl by steam, and Is ves
libulei throughout. Magnificent Pullman
dining car on this train. Only dining car
lino Kansas City to California. The Den
ver fast linn leaves Kansas City at 7:30
ji. m.,,'arrlvlng In Denver at Zi'iO p. m. the
next day, noon. The Union Paelllo is the
only line making this fast time. Pullman
1'alaee liulfet sleeper and freo reclining
chair ears on this train. It Is positively
til shortest and quickest lino to Denver
and San Krancisco. No ether line offers
nual facilities. City ticket oltlces, 1000
llaln street, 1U3S Unlun avenue, and Union
elation. Telephones 1108 and lu,-li.
J. II. nt.VWLIIV, General Agent.
.Sinerely Injured In a lliimimi),
Junotlon City, Kas Jan. S3. (Hpoelal.)
Councilman C. NeUon, well known all
over Central Kansas, was terribly Injured
to-day In u runaway, lie sustained three
fractures of thu skull. Hath mrs were torn
re arly off, the scalp on one side of his
)uad cut so badly that it dropped down
O'. "r the side of his head, nnd his arms
mid body were badly biulsed. He s un
'inscioiie and may not tecover.
Tho secret service olllclals have discov
ered a new photographic counterfeit JIQ
: ilur certificate of the M-rles of 1MJ, check
letter 11, J. I''ount, Tillman, register; D.
" .Morgan, treasurer; portrait of Hen
kn, small scalloped carmine keal.
Tlie Interior department has called for
l ..is to be opened February lb for furnUh
li -r u nheot metal celling and new copper
r.iuf for the pension bureau building. The
present appropriations is $28.UW, but con-i-nsi
im been asked for an additional ap
piopils,tlon. Senator Jones has given notice of hU
Intention t" Introduce jiis financial bill to
d.y. Senator Jones, of Arkansas, has Intro
du 'ed u bill specifically prohibiting I he sale
of Intoxicating liquors to any Indian to
whom land has been allotted while the
title to the land U held In truet by the
foyerntnent, under penalty of $W line or
two yeuik' impriboninent. The same penalty
js provided or the Introduction of liquor
Jnto tho Indian Teriitory-
C, D. niitY, ttC'T.
o. riTV nnuu clnu rn
vni uumnuooiuii wui
B4S Diut Sr. Kiii Oitr, Mo.
NECOTIATE COMMERCIAL PAPER,
CITY REAL ESTATE LOAMS,
Ctir-'ttt tt!:;s S:r;t; ei CtlUts
Mst cicrs, s:2::l, winarii cs ccsri:E trrts.
hCl Ivt Ultlt4 til ITII4 f. 4 !iX!a UrtlTkrT Blli.tll.
Do YOU WISH TO BUT on DILI FttM. ESTATtl
Iti !:i C'.::k C-.ttitln Siltt.
tSticccsors to Wnt J. Wotlmn&Uji)
fill) IlrlnMnreSI., Hsli.a. Clly, Mo,
Iff ttelnware f-t , IJntwn City. Ma Commerci.il
I'aptr, Stocks nnd UomK Ileal Ustate Lions.
STOCKS and DONDS.
Fend for our We- kly Quotation Circular tho
ruly regularpulillc.ittnn nt prices ot local ltondi
and Stocks In thu market
AHlWUti BUILDIUO, 500 DELAWARE ST.,
KANSAS I'l t'V, MO.
Tho local money mnrket yesterday wns
featurrlers. The packers were asking for
sumo asslstaneo, and there was tnote or
less llvii stock paper offering. Hut little
commercial paper had. If the agricultural
Implement and seed men be excepted, who
lire nmklni: n few loans. Kates sliady nt
ejiS per cent. Hut little currency going to
Hasteru exchaiiRo scarce nnd higher, nnd
more or less ctnrcncy is liolng sent to
polntn east of ub for the purposo of mulling
Houston, IMble ,t Co., exohango brokers,
quote 11 us follows; New York, Jl.n pie
iiilum; Chicago, 73o premium; St, Loula,
liank clearings, $1.C."S,0j:; same time last
year, JI.W-'.SVJ; an Increnso of Jlf!,TO; a
gain ot 10 per cent.
Mmiry nt Home unit Abroad.
Neiv York, Jan. 23. Money on call easy
at 1 per cent; prime mercantile paper, 4't'
I per cent; sterling exchange, strong, wild
actual business in bankers' bills at fl.Kkjf1
4-WV, for demand, and at S4.fSf, i for
Mxty days; posted rates, J4.Mgl.00; commer
cial blllj. $I.S7&l.Si',4.
Loudon, Jan. ".!. Money, ',J tier cent.
The rate of discount in thu open market
for short hills is 9-1G per cent; for three
months' bills, '"(, per cent.
New York. Jan. a. Clearings, $79,293,717;
notion, 3an. 21. Clearings. 514,011,S20; bal
anc.s, tl.7Sl.Cl I.
Philadelphia. Jan. 23. Clearings, $12,114,
07i". ; halances, Sl,7ls.23l.
Haltlmore, Jan. 23. H.ink clearings, J2.1C3,
0SS: balances, J343.13I.
Chicago, Jan. 23. Clearings, $1 l,40l.0.
Money, ITilVi per cent, on call; M7(! on time.
New York exchange, 30" premium. Ster
ling exchange, commercial, $I.S7'vi!4.S.S!..
St. Louis, Jan. 23. Hank clearings, fl.
219.333; balances, Sl,O3l,0GG. Jtoney quiet, r,ij
7 kt cent. Exchange on New York, 73c
New Orleans. Jan. 23. Clearings, S1.SS9,
C23. New York exchange, bank, par; com
mercial. JI.0O per Sl.MW discount.. ,
Memphli, Tenn.. Jan. 23. Clearings, ?202,-'
3S3; balances, 573,120.
London, Jan, 23 Uar silver, 27 3-lCd per
New Y'ork, Jan. 23. Silver certlflcatos,
P."ilic, no sales; bar silver, Clic. Mexican
Stnte find (3o eaiiiuent IloniTn.
New York, Jan. 23.Closlnc quotations
on tho New York Stock exchange:
United States 4s. registered..
United States Is, coupon
United States ns, registered.
United Stnte.s 3s. coupon ,
United States 2s. reglhtered
Alaliama, class A....
Alabama, class H....
Alabama, class C ...
Alabama currency .
Louisiana new consols,
North Carolina ns..
North Carolina 4s..
South Camilla non-fund Hi
lennesHco .is, now seiaienicniH
Tennece ."s, new settlements. .PW
Teiinepiec Cs, old settlements.... CO
Virginia centuries .",9V.
Missouri Cs ion
New York, Jan. 23. Closing quotations
on tho New York Stock exchange:
Atchison 2d A
Canada Southern 2ds
Gen. Pacific lsts of '93....
Denver & Hlo Grande 7s
lienver As Itlo Grando 4s
C... H. & S. A. Cs
II 1 I A. I Tu
llnliuldn t 'C.vnt. I'nnlml Tu I.il
Houston & Texas Central Cs ...pi"',
.Mlsbourl, Kas. k Texas 1st 4s... hlC
Missouri, Kas. it Texas 2d 4s... 47 'I
Mutual Union Cs lpiti
Now Jersey Central general r.s.ll2'.
Northern Pacific lsts 11 ij
Northern Pacific 2ds mi
Nortliwestern consols lU'i
llln f 1 til In Vnalikiii lulu !
Northwest S. F. delientuies.'rla'll'ji.
St. L. & S. P general Cs 101'i
St. Paul consols, 7s UT.i .
St. L. & I. 51. general f.s 7S1."
st. Paul, c. & p. xv, r,s lpji;
Toxas Pacific lsts fc,-,if,
Texas Pacific 2da i:
Union Pacific lBtB of ",u 101
West Shore 4s pj",
Stftcl-n unit lluiuls.
New York, Jan. 23. The share speculation
to-day was more active than for sometime
p.ut. but tho transactions were mostly on
the bear side of the market. The market
opened weak and lower nnd except lor
leeble rallies about lu:3o and 1 o'clock tho
swing of prices was downwatd up to the be.
ginning of the laut half hour. London was
u heavy seller In this market and the for
eign advices reported American securities
abroad heavy In tone. A hear selling move
ment was set In rogrein and there were
largo liquidations of long accounts In tho
receivership stocks and others of the active
lift including the Loalers.
Tho low figures made induced some buy
ing and the shorts began to take part uf
the profits of the decline, both factors com
bined to mnko a urong market during tho
last half hour and rallies were made rang
ing from i to Ti per cent, the latter In New
Jersey Central and 5lltsourl Pacific.
lionds developed tho same characteristics
as those which marked tint trading on yet,,
terday. There was n. slight Increase In tho
volume of business, accompanied by a
Mendy droop In values.
Cloelng quotations on the New York
biovjs. vest'dy. To-d'
Atchison It. It.
Alton & Terra Haute
Ali"n 'iciie Haute pref'il.,
American Express ,,,,,
Haltlmore & Ohio
Canada Paelllo ,,,,,
Central pacific ,
Chesapeake ,'i Ohio
Chicago & Alton
Chicago, llurlliigton & Q,....
Chicago & II. Illinois pref'd
C (.'., 1;. & St. I. ,.,,
Colorado Fuel & Iron
I'oluradu Fuel .v Iron pret'd
Colorado Coal & Hon ,
Cotton Oil Certificates
Delaware .1 Hudson
Delaware. Lackawanna & W
lienver & ltlo Grande .......
D. & H. CI. pref'd
DIM litem & C. 1 Co
II. I.. Denver ft Gulf
General Hlectrlc ,
... 33 ;
Great Northern pref'd ...10J
Lead Trust .,,,.,
Ivoulsvllle & Nashville ....
Louisville & New Albany .
Manhattan Consolidated ,.
Mlntuuota & St. Louis ....
Michigan central ..,.,...,
Mobile & Ohio
Meciilhls & Charleston ,.,
.vorijivHHern prei 11 ,, ...Hl'i
Nailo.iv Cordare ,..,.,,,,. 51J
NtUonaV Cordage pref'd ...,..,., sk
NutlonalLlnsced Oil Co..,.,,,,, li
M. D. Astil, rnttT.
jioiiHion v 1 exus L,viivrai,,,.,. 'j', !!.
Hocking Valley ..,.,..,,,.,,,,,,. icA w
llllnnla fnlrnf l.l' ...'?
Kansas k. Texas pref'd,,.,,,!"! 22ai jir?
Kike Krje & W'wtem .,,.,.,.,, IC'j 1CU
S'ew J.rsey 'entral , ,, S
New vjtk Central ,......,,.,,,,,, m
Norfolk & Western pref'd. ...... 17
N..rth American Co,,.,,..,,,,,,,,, x
Northw Mem . ,,,,.,. Wii
Nnnhtllle fc Chnttnnooga ,..,,,. f
Noith I'a-inc , 3U
North I'-iellle- tiref'il , V:
N- w York & Neiv Mnglniul 33
Ontario Western I6U
itr.-kvit ft Nnvlgatlon 19
0 S h. ft V N.. 4
Or' ron Improvement Co ........ II
r.i.lilc Mnll S. H Co 22i
Peons, U'-catur ft i:vntr'lllo . Wi
Pltishurg , Va
Pullniiin I'nlnco Car 1MH
it lllllIT , 10
MtUhimind Termlinl Co.. If.'H
I'" I111.1111I Termln.il Co. pref'il.. 2"
lllo Grande ft Western 15'5
ltlo flrnnde ft Wesirn pref'd.. 41
Itork Island ft Pacific . ra'd
Si Paul fV,
K.. Paul pref'il W
Si. Paul ft Omiihn 3.1U
St. Paul ft Omaha pref'd Ill
Siiniherit Paelllc IS
Sugar Itcfinery Co.,......,.,. S9;i
T., A. A ft N. M m
Tennessee Coal ft Iron l.
Texn Pacific .. 9
Top do ft O. C. pref'd Ti
Toledo, St. Louis ft K. C... 1
fit. 'i. si , a K C. prefd.. "
Union IMtlflc Ji
1 .It") Si,' is ICxpnss IJ'.u
Win llng ft Iike Urle 1",
W ft I.. R prrf.l Si 4
Wibash, St Loiils ft Pacific .... r,'-,
WnlK'sh, St. IiUls ft P pref'd., 13
Wel'i.U.irgu . .. IMS
We tern Union Teh graph 8ft
(lAIIi)l.N TOIlt.s. Send for 'lift Clltlllogne.
Trumbull Seed Co.
1 1',MI St. Louts Ale., KANSAS CITY, .Mil
ft I). nillNOH, Trp. C 1'. 3!0SS,Trras.
Ordrs executed for future delivery ot Grain
IteoiiH S3. 21 and is, I'.xclunce llldg.
Private wiles to Chicago, N'eiv York and St
Til II CHAIN MAUKIIT.
In store Wheat, 1,I3C,I29 bushels; corn,
21C279 bushels; oats, SOO.CCt bushels; rye.
WHDAT-ltecelpts 21 hours ...: 9.000
Sanu- time last year 7.200
A drnggy and lower market was had yes
terday. Options were again lower nnd
cash grain was forced down a little Under
the bearish speculative Influences. Hut at
the decline there was a fair milling demand,
though 110 teal life to trade, fly sample,
on track, on the basis of the Mississippi
river (local Cc per bushel less); No. 2 hard,
KtiftKX, ns to hilling: 1 car yellow Hussion,
with poor bllllnc. nt r,7'c; S.ooo bushels from
More, at i"2c; No. 3 hard, K'iiTXMa; No. 4
hard, 54Hti.'3c; No. 2 red, C75Sc; 1 car,
with no billing, at rd'tc; 2.200 bushels from
store, at lie; No. 3 red, uJ'.-flMiic; No. 4
COHN-Iteerlpts 21 hours 10.SOO
Same time last year 13,200
Not much coming In nnd mnrket firm un
der the Influence ot the lighter arrivals,
lly scrapie, on track here ai Kansas City:
No. 2 mixed, 5 cars at SSUc; 3 cars at 39c;
No. -3 mixed, 2 car3 at 3Sc; No. 2 white,
rj'.'.SSg'Uc; 2 cars at 33c; No. 3 white, WS
OATS Itecelpts 21 hours C.OiVt
Same time last year 4,ii0
The niarke' for this grain yesterday was
dull and lower. The offerings were liberal
11 nd bnvers iere veiy bearish. By sample,
on track, hero at Kansas City: No. 2 mixed
3 i'J!" .1' 29" and 10 cars at 29Hc; No. j
mixed. :Vf?2SV.c: No. 4 mixed. 27fI27i4c; No.
2 white. 31'4i32c; No. 3 white. S0&31C, and
No. 4 white. 2Sfi29c.
ItYIl Keclpts 21 bourn
Same time last year 1,21
No arrivals, hence no trading nnd prices
nominal. Ily rample. on track here at Kan
sas City, Nn. 2, Glfie, and No. S, 49J7-30C.
FLOUIt Selling a little better, but still
quiet. Quoted: Soft wheat, per 100
pound sa-lc. patents, $1.23111.33; extra fancy,
Sl.lOfil 13; fancy, !nc&?l.O0: choice, 70'37rc;
hard wh"at. per 100 pound sack, patents.
tl.30til.40; straights. Sl.l."TI1.20: bakers', SZtf
90c; low grailes. &"? 7.'c : rye. tl.MHl.30.
COItN 5tnAT. Demand light, hut prices
stendv. Quoted nt 7Se per cwt., bulk.
COItN CHOP Dull, but unchanged. Quot
ed nt 73c per cwt., sacked.
FLAXS1111D Firm nnd In fair demand.
We quote at 51.30fll.31 per bushel, upontho
basis of pure.
CLOVnrt SF.I3D Steady, but slow sale.
Quoterl at f7 50S.20 per cwt.
TI5IOTHY SBKII Slow sale, but un
changed Quoted at SI.2.VTO.0O ner cwt.
.MILI.U.T Qulrit nnd lower. Common, $1.10
f?1.2.".: German, tl.Svfil.33 per cwt.
BHAN Demand fair nnd values steady.
Racked. n:in nnd bulk C2e per cwt.
HAY Ttco'lpls 21 hours 310 tons
Same tlni" last year 110 tons
Dull, but unchanged. Quoted ns. follows:
Prairie upland, tancy, Sb.OO'iiSf'O per ton;
choice. i7.r.nf(".oo: No. 1, $n '.0177.00: No. 2,
i!Wni".o: lowland, choice, i:,.:Mif,.7A; No. 1,
SJ.foffC M; No 2. St.OMT5.00; timothy, fancy,
S9.W; cbolee, JS.30fi9.00; No. 1. 5S.Wf(8..r.O; No.
in 1. .iir-r m;,, ij-Tnr.tTn"
A aPECIftLTY CRA03
tC!j:i!!L.2i i fpkirpsai
CJAF.3E Caaa Una SSi
5T- C3-. X-J2nX-E:'JOi.3F3.X3,
140O-UO2 Unl'ii, Ave., Kansas City, Mo.
Y.stcriInyJs CIileilKO Market
As furnlfhed by French llros. Commission
Co.. rooms 20, 21 and 22, Hxchange building:
fa ba 1
W SL L U O
Options. Open.l High. I Low. 1 Close.
Wheat, Jan... 5P-i j 31 $ fd't W
May r.3V, K, 3P! CITi
July B.V, 30 KU &h
Corn, Jan 43'i 43', -t 43'i
.May n!-j 45Ti 4M 411.
July l!.i 43s 4'' 4.-.i;
Oats, Jan 28 2i 2S 2.
Jlny Wi S9 29'k 29"',
July aOii 29!? 29'j, 29t8
Pork. Jan 10 no 10 co 10 a 10 i;o
May 11 1716 U20 10 70 10 S3
Lard, Jan il 30 il M) C 43 G SO
5lay B77I1 15 77ii fl R) i! C7j
S. lllbs, Jan... 3 I7'5 B 171-3 B I7W B 47S
May f, 72; 3 72';l C iVj il f.2W
WII13AT Cash No. 2 red. r.2'.',n; No
red, file; No. 2 hard, f,3o; No. 3 hard, 52c.
IH. V ilOl I !,. tft.A.,.. .ilU, .111. H
OATS Cash No. 2 mixed, 2S!c; No. 2
Chicago car lots: Wheat, 43 cars; corn,
1S2 cars; oats, 1,2 cars.
Estimated retelpts for to-dayi Wheat,
43 cars; corn, 100 curs; oats, ISO cais.
Kxport sales cf wheat at the seaboard
Tuesday were said to bo G20.000 bushels
and of corn 1S2,0() bushel.
The four Atlantic ports cleared for export
yesterday 31S.0K) bushels ot wheat, 43,000
packages .if flour, 2,GiW bushels of corn
and 12,000 bushels of oatt.
Tin mates of Iowa, 5llssourl, Kansas and
Nebratdui raited, according to mil "lal re
port, 2M.H00.000 bushels of corn In lb.9), and
the etate of Iowa alone 231,000,000 buslteW
Ueio temp 'ratine extended as far south
us Omaha jesterday. It was 20 to CO deg.
below sero in the Dakotas and Sllnnesota.
10 to 11 above In Kansus, xero to 30 ahavH
III 5lli-sourl and Illinois. Wanner weather
Logan ft Co., of Chicago, wired W, W.
Cowen yesterday: Tliu directors nuvo
formulated u rule to bo voted on by thu
association Intending to stop trading In
privileges entirely by members, Tho voto
will Ui taken lifter ten duys' posting, and,
If papsod, will go Into effect February 2.
A letter from Jansen, Neb., goes Into the
details of raising whe.vt quite elaborately,
showing that the cost of raising In the
Central States Is about 40 cents per bushel,
Other estimate raugo as low as 30 cents,
Whatever the cost Is tho farmers seem to
keep on raising It even at tho current
Tho Dradstrept's weekly statement of
grain stocki shotted a decrease of l,C08,0uo
bushels of li -at east of tho Itockles, u
decrease of 1M.0H1 bushels west, an Increase
of sr!.000 b'luhels n Kurope and ullout,
making a dw-icase of 1,300,000 bushels In
the world s visible supply. Corn Increased
1,199,000 bushels, oats decreased 310,000 bush
els. J. It. Wlllard. of Kennot-Hopklns, wired
Klrkiiatrlck ft Templer, yesterday: "It U
reasonably c.-rtaln that not lets than 10,
Ooo.oou bushel of long wheat hus been liqui
dated this week In the Chicago market.
I know of two houses that have Jointly
sold out half that nu. iunt, and It may be
that 20.oO0.Wl In all h.. iwon so liquidated.
Shorts have taken m sr of It, but the pit
will feel for severe' ;. y the pressure of
these vast sales, a I ' will be very dim.
cult to rally the 1. ir.t until this wheat
has .been absorbed by hew Investment buy
ing," The Chicago Daily Trade Mulletln esti
mate the supplies of wheal In farmers'
hands In the United States at approxi
mately 410,000 bushels less than, one year
ago. Supplies In second hands about l.fov
Oho bushels more than at IhP time last year.
Aggregate supplies 2I.Cm,iXi bushels less
than one year ago. Allowing 173,Cionfw)
bushels for consumption nnd reed during
the current six months nnd SAOfO.nno bushels
for vlslblo and Invisible supplies on July
1, lejives f.3,000 bushel" for export! Iluropenn
supplies 23,C0o,ot) litHhels smaller thnn one
year ngo, and Argentine supplies 12,000,W)
The shipments of corn from Ihe Argentine
have been very Irregular, depending largely
on the crop their, which Is subject to very
sudden chancers, th" crop fluctuating, ni
In wheat, materially. Hxports Ihe past
year are reported at 1.3.13,1") bushels! the
previous year 13.f."".ooo bii'hrls nnd two
years ngo 3.231.0O0 bushel. The surplus this
year for export l estimated .nt 40.o0ii,()
bunhels, which will v ry largely make up
for ntiy shortage in Iloumanln nnd further
more, the crop Is In a lountry which has
to sell Its surplus, both of wheat nnd corn,
at whatever price It will btlng.
It was remnt Isolde how easily May
wheat got to r r-lrts Tuednv, niu! eVen
a little under It, says n Chicago telegram.
Although It wns the low point on the crop
and the lowest point for the future ever
made, there wn scarcely a flutter of ex
citement. The figure ned to be talked of
rts 11 possibility by Die bears who Were set
down ns radii nls II ned to be assumed
that the radicals did not believe In the fig
Ures theui'-elves, but talked II for effect.
It wns hard lo decide which was more re
markable that there wn not more liqui
dation at the even figure or Hint there was
not more buying. Tlure was not much of
either. It was possibly n cotnTort to the
bulls lo .e that there wns no selling
panic, but It might have been n discourage
ment to see that all thoe who had talked
R"i cents ns n buying point had become
Car lot recelnls of wheal! . ...
K c. Chl. St.L. .Mpl. nith. Tot.
Yesterday ...It 43 S V.'rt 41 211
A week ngo.. 7 42 fi 131 M 240
2 weeks neo..in 33 t 171 31 2S1
A year ago.. 29 93 21 100 SI 383
Car lot lecelpts of corn:
K C. Chl. St.L, Tot
Yesterday 11 12 II 212
A week ngo 23 101 OR 231
Two wcks ago 2 2.H 21 2iVi
A year ago 33 1M 12.1 31S
Car lot receipts of oat:
K.C. Chi. St.L. Tot.
Yesterday r, C2 12 73
A week ago 4 M 11 11
Two weeks ago 2 107 11 121
A year ngo 3 BO II CO
MILLS COMMISSION CO.,
lO.'l New York IITc lliillillng.
Wr;fco(irUi,v.v. KANSAS CITY. MO.
Dealers In ClltAIN nnd PROVISIONS for
caih or future delivery, nail Itallroad STOCKS
mil llONIis. Prompt ittentlon given country
orders, ltefer to
New IIncii.anii t-avr. Dbpoiit ft Thust Co.
. ritODLCi; MAItKUT.
Quotations below are for Job lots. On
small lots higher prices are aked and ob
tained, eiioiiKh being asked to cover extra
cost for caring for and filling them. The
parties making small outside orders want
tho best goods and selections. Dealers pre
fer to handle the goods In Job lots In
straight consignments as received.
HUTTCIt Mnrket steady and the best
table goods selling fairly, but common and
medium continue dull. Quoted: Creamery
Highest glade separator, 22c; finest Kath
eled cream, 20c: fine flesh, gooib flavor, 1.1c;
fair to good, 12c. Dairies Fancy farm,
15c; fair to good lines, So. Country storu'
packed Fancy, lie, fresh and sweet pack
ing, sc. Holl Choice, 10c; lair, tc; poor,
' F.GOS Firm. Fresh, 1.1c.
HUTTKrtlNK Creamery grades, in 20
to CO pound tubs, solid, lSVic per pound;
dally grades. In 23 to CO pound tubs, solid,
13',tc tier pound. Hulls, prints or bricks. 2
pounds, In 10 pound tubs, t,c higher than
solids, and 1 pound, lo hlsher than rollds.
UHI'IUSI'I Wo quote: Herkimer county,
N. Y., Cheddars, I3i per pound; Crawford
county, Pa., Cheddars 13c per pound; She
boygan, Wis., twins. 12c; Sheboygan, Wis.,
Young America, UV; Missouri and Kansas
full cream. 8c.
LIVE POULTRY Active nnd firm. We
quote: Hens, 1 ; roosters, 12'i..fjir,c;
springs. bia; turkeys, hens, r,c; tuiueys,
toms, 1c; ducks, .'.'sc; geese,- tc; plh'cous,
73o; veal, choice S" to 100 pounds, 4'j)3c.
DHESSKD POULTIIY Quiet, but firm.
Chickens, B'.ic; turkeys. Cc; geese, G'.ic;
OAMK The market Is still dull, but
prices steady. Ducks Tea!, per do?..,
S1.30; ducks, mixed, per doz., SI. .'5; ducks,
i.iuntiio, p r " . l-.1.: prairie chickens,
lark, S3.(iii- 'I" chickens llrht. J2.73;
bear, carcass, Northern. HUlCc: bear, car
cass. Southern. lltl3o; wild turkeys, 7tbc;
squirrels, pur doz., 30c: rubbits. undrawn,
per doz.. 4"c; r.,bblts, drawn, per doz., fi'jfp
POTATUUS-Market quiet and weak.
We quote .1 nlloiva: Homo grown and
Northern. i'i" ; to the trade; Utah and
Colorado, choice, GSfjCOc, and common, 43
CAHIJAOn Offerings good, market steady
We quote. Il'imu giown. Coc'ul.oiJ per
cwt., und 51lihlgiin. Sl.005il.23.
SWKUT POTATOES Slow sale at old
prices, lte.l, KlSSc. and yellow, Sofjloc
per bushel from growers.
VKUKTAHLi.tf Jobbing prices: lieans,
navy, Ciillionua. Pr bushel, 52.10f2.1.1;
New 5'ork. un y, 52.23; country, ;i.tu2.uu;
ccleiT, 1" r bin 1 h, Ciil70c; horsu radish, pur
pound, 4e. oiiiuas, now, per bushel, K.1'u7uc.
APPI.D3 Finn; In good demand: Quoted:
.Mixed Mill. 1.1s. 4CV per busbel; VYIIIuw
Twig, Spy in"! Hen Davis, 70c; Winesap, SO
ClOOc; fam y Wagoner and Jonathan, DOfi
$1.00 per bushel, Standard packed ranse
Horn 3 00 10 5.1 :.0 tier barrel; others 2.Doa
$3.00; Ji'iiiuiini;, ti.tWJ2.50. ,
l'HUITS oranges In good demand and
firm. Lemons dull and weak. Cran
berries Me.idv. We quote as follows:
ilatianas, Juii tio, per limn h, S2.3OS3.0O: me
dium to 1 ;'. tl.732.00; lumons, fancy
5!esslnn, 3i - 44 50; lemons, .Malaga, tl.Uo;
oranges Fl" las, per box, j:i.ouf(3.Do; .Mex
ican, S3.tMi8'J3; oranges, Washington na
vels, $3.wiii3.uu, oraugos, California seed
IIuks, fancy. $2.7323.00; oianges, California
seedllims. choice, $i.23fi2.3ij; cranberries,
Cajie Cod, 5lo.ooijll.00 per barrel; Je.-svy,
SlO.lKlSi 10.30. , ....
liltOU.M COItN Quoted: Hurled green
3'Mi.lo per pound; green, self-worklns, 3
llVc; led tipped. HcU-worklng, 3Vi'ji4;
couimon, self-worklntr. 3fj3-c; crooked,
half price; dwarf , 3'ifi 5c.
FHATHUltS I'rlmo geese, 3.1c per
pound; dark and soiled, 30c; mixed and old.
135(30c: 1 per cent taio on small sacks, und
3 per cent on large.
llUCS WAX No. 1 amber, 22o per pound;
No 2, ISc.
HONI1Y 1 pound comb, white, IBc; fall,
1 pound comb, l3Ullo; 2 pound comb, Call,
fornla, white, UMilTc; 2 pound comb, Cali
fornia, dark. 12'ul3c; extracted, In cans, Cif
7c: extracted. In barrels, 3'ilCc.
OHOL'ND L1NSKHD CAKII-Quoteil: Car
lots, sacked, t.'S.iK) pr ton; 2.U0I) pounds,
523.00; l,00u pounds, $12.(j less quantities,
51.3) per IK) pounds.
NUTS Jobbing prices: Cocoanuts, per
10O, quoted at $4.00. I'ecaiiH Missouri, per
pound, 3'uo; Texas, 4',-y.lo; pecans, pol
ished, fiiiioa Peanuts Virginia, white,
raw, per pound. 4ii'ijric; Tennossee, raw, l!4
f3o; roasied, 71j!iu; Kansas, 3'fcc, Hickory
nuts Small, per bushel, $1.23; large, $1.2d.
Hazelnuts 2fl2'!iO per pound. Chestnuts
W1IO0 iier pound.
IHtlKD FHU1T3-Hundrled: Apples,
choice, Co per pound; npples. Rood. Go; ap
ples, poor So; pouches, peeled halves, 80;
iieaohes, impeded halves, Co; peaches, 1111.
peeled quaitera, now, t'sc. Hvnporated;
Apricots, California, jelly cured, luo; up
tilus, cholco bairels, 7o; apples, poor, In
boxes. Be; npples, poor, In barrels, 4o;
blackberries, Maflilcj irunes,Callfornla,5'...iji
to; plums, Citlltuillla, pitted, 6fi7o; peaches.
n'la, utqieeled. O'lilOo; prunes, Oregon, uafl
be; plums, Oregon, pitted, Bf;7o; peaches.
i;amornia. peeieu, awyi-u, ieacne, wanior-
Oivlion, peeled, 105120; peaches, Oregon,
impeded. Wtiue; peaches, California, un
iieeod. 7iilHw; pea. lies. Toiinessuc, peelod,
Titluo; peaches, i.atlvo. peeled, bfflOoj
jieaches, native, unpeeled, Co; peaches, Ar
kansas, peeled, lu&lie; peaches. Arkansas,
unpeeled, CfiOe; laspborrles, native, 20c,
AVinil, Hides mill PelU.
WOOIr-Stuuly, but 'low sale. Quoted!
5!lstourt and flmllar Fine, SuPJo; flue me
dium, 10'ui2c; medium, 12f)llc; combing, 13jii
15o; conibe, Hyl3c. Kunsas Nebraska and
Indian Teirltory Flue, 7S10o; lino medium,
bjjllc; medium, lOJrlSe; comblnt,-, 12&H0;
coarse, 9'ullc. Colorado Fine, "ijlOo; lino
medium. MHlc, medium, 10f(12oi coarsu and
carpet, 9filc, extra heavy und sandy, Gi7e.
TALLOW-Wu quote; No. 1, 4V-'e, und
IIIDKd AND PHLTS-Falr demand at
old prices. Ve quote; Ureen tailed,
free of brands. No. 1, 6'io per pound; No. 2,
4io; green salted, bulls and blags, No.
1, 4Ke; No. 2, 4o; Kieen suited, butt brand,
ed, No. 1, Br, No. 2, 4140; green salted, sido
branded. No. 1, IUc; No.2, 3Vjo; green salt,
ed, kips. 13 to 23 pounds. No. 1. Co; No, 2,
Bo; gicen salted, calf. S to 15 pounds. No. 1,
7e; No. 2, t'jc, Risen salted hides, Nos. 1
und 2. and butt branded, around Bo; green,
uucured. No, 1. 4 V4o; No. 2, 2',ioi dry flint
hides, No. I, 7c; No. 2. Cc; diy ealt hides.
No. 1. Ce; No. 2, Be. Bhecp pelts, green and
dry. I Of) 30c. dry. l&Go per pound.
FIIH8- Itaceoon.OiaBSc: skunk. 15cI51.10:
mink, tOfiTC.c; opossum, BSlSo; muskrat. 5
Q12c; fox, gray, larse, CO&Ucj red, large,
COB7c: wolr. mountain, large. St.00nt.tX:
wolf, prnrle, large, fosflec: wlldcut. large,
2.lfi4iW; beaver, large, 17.00; medium, I4.M:
small. Sl.cwja.fVlj Cadger. ..BWIiei o5Jf.
prlmo larKr, t1.U0IJ7.00; medium, H.OOIH.eO;
sf ill. S?nj2.r.O! benr, tir..li down.
ui. imuis, jan. 23. wuun w"iyt ""'
unchanged. We quote: Missouri and
llliiiols, medium, UniBC; brnld nml low, J2V
!'; Kansnr. anil Nebraska, medium, lwr
i.-ej orani nnu low, MHOci, iexas "". -knnsns,
medium, 10f?l3c: brnld and low,
SlflOc; Dnkoln, Wyoming, etc., medium,
lOfHc; braid, tnitfc: fair to choice tub
There wan 11 sharp break lit futures yes
terday In sympathy with the continued
downwnrd course of wheat. Tho result
wan 11 dull nnd lower market for cash
sturf, though packers hero refused lo fol
low Chicago's pace.
cmnfc.V MIUTS Shoulders, SI.40 per
cut.; hams, $7,31).
,8. 1'. MHATS-ltnms. cash. S".73, nnd
I.AItU-Cash, tc.41. and Jnnuary, t'5.10.
V, S. MKATS (partly cured) Shoulders,
cash, SI. to per cwt.; snort rib sides, cash,
S'.Sj; long clear sides, $3.3.1, nnd short clenr
- f T. K. GILLKhPIK
& CO., J J. U. U1LLUSP1K
Comm!!on Merchants, Kansas City Stock YiU
I.therst advances made to parties feedlng.itock
lluylng feeding cattle on orders a specialty.
Coircspondeuce solicited. Telimon Na IWI
SIAItKHTS 1IY 'ini.U.CtlAt'lt.
New York. Jnn. 23. FLOUIl-llecelPts.
s,il) barrels; eximrts, SO.Scs) barrels: sales,
12.1n) iMekages. .Mnrket lower to sell. On
some country mill spring patents prices
were shaded f.iiloc, allotting of n fair
business. Quoted: City mill patents,
Jl.OOil.1.1; winter patents, S2.S0fi3.15: city
mill clears. $3.3.1; winter strnlclits, S2.S3M
2.7! 5llnnesota patents. S3.O1f3.J0; winter
extras, tl.9OfJ2.40; 3Ilnliesoln bakers', S2.00fr
3.C0; winter low grilles. tl.70Tt2.13; spring
low grades, tl.7i.fjl.90; spring extras, tl.Siy
""cbll.V MEAL Wcnk: sales, 200 barrels;
S.QijO sacks. Yellow Western, Sl.0S17l.12 per
W1IKAT lleceliils none: exports, 100,200
bushels; sales, 3,b33,00 bushels futures;
lOO.noo bushels siot. Spot weak; No. 2 red,
store and elevator. BSfvP.'AWc: afloat, f,9'ic
f. o. b.: C3!sc afloat. Options were again
demoralized to-day by heavy liquidation,
stnrted by reports of selling out the Fair
wheat and assisted later by weak closing
cables and reports of a small Chicago fail
ure. There was a linn! partial recovery
with com and n largo decrease In world's
stocks, closing at ?;fi'e net decline. 5lny
touched another new low record. No. 2
red January closed BS'Hc: Februarv closed
BS"'ic: 5Inrch, B9fii19'4C, closed WHe; May.
39 7-lCfl(MVtC. closwl at B9iic; June closed
39'ic; July, 39 hl-lOfiftHjc, closed C0n; August
uvic: July, r.:i Li-Pifiooijc
COfiOO'fc.' closed COc.
COItN ltecelnts, S.30i
30") bushels! exnorts.
r.00 busiheW: sales. I73.OH0 buhcls; futures.
2i).C bushels spot. Siot dull; No. 2, 49ijc;
steamer mixed, 47r;c. Options opened firm
on a lighter movement nnd after brief mid
day decline with wheat sustained a shnrp
advance on covering and closed at ijfiic
advance. January 43f?l3'4c. closed at 49'Ac:
Februarv 43',ifTt9lic, closed nt 19tic; 5lay
49iAf? 13 13-lCc. closed at 49'ie; July closed at
OATS Itecelpts, 32 00.1 bushel-; sales, 93.
000 bushels futures; 03,000 bushels spot. Simt
murket weaker; No. 2 oats. 33f?33Uc: No.
3, 34fi3l'ic; No. 2 white. 3.H.i;i3Ce: No. 3
white, 3.1c; track, white, S.1fTI0',4c Options
5Iarket mis dull nnd easy at first, but
finally rallied sharply with corn, closed '-n
higher. Januarv closed 33'lc; Februarv S3
?."J'4e. eloseil 33V'C; 5rnrch closed 33T4c;
May SiVl,'S3i'-i,c, closed 33ic; 5Iav closed,
HAY Quiet: shipping. S0f?3."c, nnd good
to choice, C0ff70c per cwt.
PROVISIONS Cut meats Quiet: pickled
bellies. 5'MTie: pickled, shoulders, 4Uc;
pickled hams. SfiS'4c.
LA HD Lower: Western steam eloed at
Knuo.sj; sales. 330 tierce? at JJ..S0f?fi.M; city,
raic. .Innunry closed $.S0. nominal; 5tay
$7 0.1. nominal, nefined Steady.
POItK Kov: ile. 31 barrels, $12,005?
12.30: extra. fl1..10fil2.fiO.
COTTON SCUD OIL-5Tnrket has been
dull nnd featureless, closing with quotations
quite nominal, and business In a largo way
"ot possible except at the lower prices.
Th continued big movement in cotton gives
a weak undertone to Hie market for oil.
no the product of seoil Is now known to be
heavier than ever before In th" hIitory of
the trade. Prime crude. 23c- off crude, 23c:
prime summer yellow, 27',f72Sc: off summer
yellow, 27c; vellow butter grades, 30c;
prime- white, SOSle. nominal.
HUTTnit Receipts, r.JIR packages; dull;
crenmcrv 10023c nnd Klglns 23c.
CHFUSTJ Dull; mall. 9Hf?1lic.
TX5C3S Oulet: Western, 22fj22'.c. Re
ceipts, 3.F00 packages.
St. Louis. Jan. 23. FLOUR Receipts,
2.0HO barrels, and shipments, s.uoo barrels.
Dull and easy. Patent.'!, t2.30fT2.CO; extra
fancy, $2.20fj2.30; fancy, $2.1032.20; choice,
WllllAT Receipts, 3,'tOO bushels, and
shipments, 103.OO0 hushels. With a let up in
liquidation, succeeded, after ono or two
breaks, In rallying to a oloso but '.ic below
yesterday. The weak spots vero duo to
gold exportation and lower cables. No. 2
red, cash, Btc; January, SO'Jic; Mny, B2if
B2'ic; July. B3Kc.
CORN Receipts, S7.000 bushels, and ship
ments, none. Showed t-niuo strength de
splto nn earlv tc relapse, and closed He
up on local feeling. No. 2 mlxc-d, cash,
lOl.c; 5Iay. 42He.
OATS Receipts, 12,00.1 bushels, and ship
ments, IS.OOO bushels. I.'lrm nt -lie advance.
No. 2. cash, 2Vic; .May, 290.
HRAN Steady, but dull. Sacked on east
track, 03c per cwt.
HAY Dull, but unchanged. Prime to
choice prairie, jF.30fj9.B0; prlmo to cholco
UUTTHIt-Quiet at tho recent decline.
Creamery, lOfi'.'le; dairy, lCfilSc.
LOGS Again higher. Fresh, lCc.
CORN 5IKAI Steady, but slow sale.
Quoted at S1.!Ciri2.fii) )ier barrel.
PROVISIONS I'ork Standard mess, Job
bing, lower, S10.S7'-.'. Lard Prlino steum.
$i!.37i; cholco. Si'-.Bo. Do- salt meatH and
bneon unchanged. Diy salt meats Hoeij
shoulders. Sl.37',i: longp, t.1.C2!A; ribs, t.1.73;
Rhorts, t1.S7',i. Iiacon Packed shoulders.
S1.12U; longs, tOlS'.a; ribs, $6.23; shorts.
Chlcugo, Jan. 23. FLOUR Receipts, 11,.
000 barrels; shipments, is.OiM barrels. Dull,
Ut'TTF.R-Stetuly. Crcamen'. 1223t',c!
KliaS Weaker; lSfjlSc.
New Orleans. Jan. 23. PROVISIONS
Dull. I'ork $11.73. Lard Refined tloice,
Be. lloxed meats Dry salt shoulders, 4"loi
sides, Cc, Dacon Sides, cic. Hams Choice
sugur cureil, 9ijl)tjc.
ItlCl-Ordlnary to good, 3viG4JSc.
FLOUR Dull; extra funcy, $2.00; pat
CORN 5II:al-Du11; $2.00 per barrel.
11RAN tjulet; boo per cwt.
CORN Steady; No. 2 sacked, white,
47c; mixed, 43c; yellow, Blc.
OATS tjulet, No, 2, backed, Western,
SJ'vffMo; Texas, 39e,
HAY Quiet; prlmo timothy, $13.50714.50:
choice, 515.00'u 15.60,
Liverpool, .Tun. 23. WIIF.AT Spot dull;
demand poor; No. 2 red winter, 4s Slid ; No.
2 red spring, Cs 3d; No. 1 hard .Manitoba,
Bs 2(jd; No, I California, 5i ijil. Futures
opened quiet with near and distant positions
1 larthlng lower; closed etv.uly, with near
iiosltlons 1 farthing lower to la penny lower
und distant piHitlons Ij penny to 3 farth
ings lower; business about equally distrib
uted January, 4s 61; February, 4s 6d;
5Iarch, 4s ti'id; April, 4 6?jd; Jlay, in VM;
June 4s 7'id.
CORN Siiot tefiily; Ame-rlcan mixed,
new, Ss ll'ad. Futures opened steady, with
near ikjsIiIoim 1 farthing 10 li penny lower
and May 1 farthing higher; business heav
iest 011 early posltlomi. January, 3s lllid;
February. Sn Udj 5Inrch, 3s lllid; April
3s ll'id: .May, U; June, 4s.
FLOUR Dull; demanid poor; St. Louis
funcy winter. Bs SJ,
HACQN Dull; demand poor: Cumberland
cut, 28 to 30 lbs., B3sj short ribs, 2i lbs, 22s;
long clear light, 31 to 45 pounds, 30s CI;
long clear heavy, B3 lbs. 30s Cd; short clear
backs light, 18 lbs, 31s M; bhort clear mid.
dies heavy. 53 Iba, 30s lid; clear bellies, 11
to 11 lbs. 39-i.
SHOULDllRS-Square. 12 to IS lbs, 2Ss Cd.
HAMS Short cut. II to 16 lbs, 42s Cd.
TALLOW Fine N. A.. 22s Cd.
HREF Extra India imets, 70s; prlmo mess,
PORK Prime mess, line Western, 57s Cd:
fine Western medium, f2s 6.1.
LARD Dull; prima Western, 31s; refined,
In palls, SCs,
Coffee nnd SiiBiir.
New York, Jan. 23. COFFBK-Contracts
opened Irregular, with January bids higher
by 15 points und other months from 5
points higher to 15 points lower. Sales
up to noon, 7.B0O bags. Including 5larch, at
14.1514.200: May. ll.OCK414.03a: September,
H.U.I0; October, 11.10c; December, H.!6f
lt.200. Some Front street houses woro bid.
ding pretty lively on tro near months early
In the session, but later the market was
easle-r uuder offerings by brokers, said to
bo for foreign account. It was stated at
poon there was quite a number of for
eign celling orders here nt a little ubovo
current prices. Full warehouse deliveries
continue to bo a feature of the market.
Santo3 Firm acM unchanged; uood aver-
ngo Santos, 11,700. Receipts, il.OOO bags;
stock, 407,000 bags. . ......
Hamburg Btrndy; prices Ul?4 pfg. de
cline. Pales, KUXO bags. ..
llln Firm t N'o. 7 ltlo, 11,700! exchange.
10 1-lCd. Itecelpts, B.Oio bngsj cleared for
tho United Stater, J.nw bans: cleared for
HUrope, nonoi stock, 210,00) liags,
Wnrehouso deliveries from New York
yestordrtv. 17,KCj bags: New York stock to.
day, !.l,n:l bags; United States stock, 1S3.
421 bngR; ntlont for the United Stales, 24.1,
(VI bags; total visible for the United Stntes,
B2M22 bags, ngnlnst M.1.3SI bags Inst year,
Hnvre, Jan, a. COFFBB Opened quiet,
tinehntigcd to HI. decllno: nt 12 m steady,
uhclinngc-1! nt 3 p. tn., steady, Uf. ad
vance SUClAll-Rnw, tlrm: fair refining. tHc;
centrlfiignl, M lest, 3c. Refined Steady:
crushed, 4 7-lCfH''(.e; powdered, 4 1-160 "to;
grimulnted, 3 1,1-lCiTle.
New Orleans, .Inn. y.-COFFHI-Sleiidy',
ltlo, nt dinar)' to fair, KfflS-V.
SUOAR-Opcn kettle, steady: strictly
prime, 2V2'?ej prime, 2 G-lCc; fair to fully
fair, 2 3-p;ti3'4c! common to good common,
1 1.1-16f)2'(,e; Inferior. IMfl'to. Centrlfiignl,
while, 3V..He; off white, 3)4513 3-lRc: gray,
3 l-lC'ii3Nc; cholco yellow clnillled, 3IJ3 1-lOe;
prlmo yellow clarllleil, 2'ft2 15-160! oft yel-
low clnrllled, 1 7-16if2lic; seconds, Vi?
2 111 fie.
MOLASSUS-Slendy; open kettle, lirlme,
1213e: fair lo good fair, lOffllc; common
to good rommon, fi9c. Centrifugal, strict
ly prime, lie; good prime, Sij9',ie; prime,
r,fI7'4e; fair to good fair, BffCc; common to
good common, 4fj3c.
Tim t.'iisleril Wool Trade.
tloston, Jnn. 23. The Amerlcnn Wool nnd
Cotton Reporter will say to-morrow of the
wool trade: Nearly S.too.ooo pounds of
wool hnvu been sold this week. There Is n
visible Improvement In breadth of demand.
An Improved feeling Is qulto manifest.
.Manufacturers nre taking right along moil,
erate quantities of various kinds ot wool,
according to the kind or fnbilc they nro
making. Then ono considers that .Inn
unry, 159.1. Importations of foreign cloths
Include three months' consignments deliv
ered In ono month, nnd that tho bulk uf It
and the description ot It this far is not
such to confirm the apprehensions ex
pressed last fall concerning tho effort of
tlieso goods bflng brought Into competi
tion Willi our domestic tnanufncturei?.
Kxcept for fine wools, which nro not In
excessive supply, the demand for domestic
continues In about the same degree ns In
the lat quarter of isai. Thern hns been
recently more call for terrltuiial wool than
hitherto nlnce tho middle of December.
1 ullcd woeds hnve had another good week;
the price of some grades has materially
strengthened since last writing. Austra
lian has sold well, nnd thero has been In
creased Inquiries for South Amerlcnn cross
The sales of the week amount to 2,517,100
pounds domestic und 7S.0OO pounds foreign,
making 11 totnl of 3.499,.iiX) pounds, ngnlnst
a total of 2,773,0.10 for the previous week,
nnd 2.472,600 pounds for the corresponding
week last year. Tho sales since .Innunry
1, IW". amount to ll,fSX,ioo pounds, ngalnst
6,207,1(10 pounds a year ngo 1
Now York. Jnn. 23. COTTON-Dull nnd
easy; middling. 5 tl-lCc. Net receipts, 1.000
bales; gross receipts, 2,500 bales; forwarded,
B00 bales: sales, 223 bales; spinners', 21
bales; stock, 143.117 bales. Total to-day:
Net receipts, SS.ooi) bales; exports lo Great
JUrllntn, 37,b'09 bales: to the Continent, 13,
900 bales; stock, 1,060,011 bales.
New Orleans, Jan. 23. COTTON Futures
steady; sales, 32.300 bales. Januarv. il.olc;
February, S.10f?.1.1lo: 51arch, fi.SIS3.2lc:
April, o.223.23o: 5!ay, 3.2Sff, 1.29c; June, 5.31
3.S.lc: July, 5.401j5.41c; August, r,.4lfi.1.4Gc;
September, D.lSfjr,.19c: October, 5.523.B3c.
Ilye nml Seeds.
Chicago, Jan. 23. Rye No. 2, cash, BOc;
5Iny, 62o. Flaxseed No. 1, cash, SI. 111.',;
-May, $1.I3!j. Timothy seed Cash, S3.75i
St. Louis, Jan. 23. Itye No. 2. cash, E2c.
Flaxseed Cash, S1.3S. Clover seed Cash,
$7.50S.BO. Timothy seed ?l.7i1f?i1.2.1.
Toledo, O., Jan. 23. Clover seed Lower.
Prlmo cash and February, $3.33.
Lend find Zinc.
New York. Jnn. 23. Lead Quiet. Do
mi'stlc, $3.02!j. Spelter Lower. Domestic,
St. Louis, Jnn. 23. Lend Stronger. Spot,
$2.9214. Spelter Weaker. Spot, 53.00.
Farmers, Feeders, Shippers,
OATTLE, HOGS anil SHEEP to
hubs 1.1 uvuEU.ii xs yui
STOCK YARDS - - - KANSAS CITY, MO.
Market Reports Furnished. Write Us.
LIVE STOCK 5IAHKCT.
Receipts at Chicago, St. Louis, Omaha
and Kansas City yesterday wore: Cattle,
23.100; hogs, 40,300 and sheep. 21,200; same
day last year: Cattle, 24,900; hogs, 47,800,
and sheep, 10,509.
New York, Jan. 23. Uuropean cables
quote: American steers at lOiille, dressed
weights; refrigerator beef at if)9Hc; ex
ports to-day: 44S beeves, 1,000 quarters of
OATTLI3 Movements for the past 24
Receipts B.2S9 212
Drive-outs 2.S12 103
A fairly healthy and satlsfactorj' market
was had yesterday. The run was not largo
and there was quite a percent good
cattle In. Rest export steers were not
only active, but about 10c per cwt. higher.
5Iellum weights were steady and linn.
Cows as well as steers sedd very well
and Tuesday's Improvement was maintain
ed. Stockers and feeders ivere more active
than for some days and values ruled steady
throughout. Range cattle as well as natives
sold very well, nnd best offerings Arm and
everything steady. Some choice fed steers
brought f3.93fj4.ft. 5Illch cows were quiet,
but steady. Common, $t5.00ffl7.00; medium
to fair, SlS.0ofj2l.00 and good to choice,
No Av.Wt. Frlce. No. Av.Wt. Price.
DRESSED 13EKF AN D EXPORT STEER3
22 UC'J,...$ 4 90 51 1397....$ 4 fij
51 11S7.... 4 73 4 1537.... 3 83
20 1319.... 4 61 17 1210.... 4 50
15 18'HI.... 4 50 32 1351.... 4 3.)
Ill 1276.... 4 27 43 1210.... 4 20
23 1110.... 4 03 It 1153.... 4 HO
41 Ilb7... 4 10 418 W..1143.... 3 i3
22 1123.... 3 Ui 20 913.... 3 70
2.1 803.... 3 53 32 13v3.... 4 8.1
47 141.1.... 4 S3 41 1132..., 4 61
17 1457.... 4 7.1 17 ISM.... 4 61
23 1263.... 4 2.1 19 13.17.... 4 40
12 1391.... 4 30 20 1269..,. 113
22 1159.... 4 03 22 1113.... 3 S3
10 1KB.... 3 SO 23 UOt,.,. 3 SO
13 1030.... 3 75 21 80.1.... 3 10
27 W..10.14..,. 3 50
2 Sw.... 125 16 8.16,... 150
3 1076.... 2 Oil 16 Ml.,,. 2 23
3 1036.... 2 30 12 1016.... 2:13
11 912.... 2 40 19 833.... 2 51)
13 71!.... 2 15 14 930.,.. 2 IM
20 1095..,. 2 70 13 910,.,. 2 75
B 1012,.., 2 80 17 1031,,.. 2 SO
15 1106..., 2 8.1 11 ,1015,.,. 3 U0
16 8'!,.,, 3 00 8 940.... 30)
9 10SU 110 2 12.10..., 3 20
1 1320.,.. 3 40 B...... 811.'..., 1 31
20..,.,. 902.... 17.1 20 s W B00,,,, 2 IK)
4 870.,.. 2 10 4 1010..,. 2 2.1
12 9i;0..,, 2 23 7..,,,, 671.,,, 2 31
10 902.... 2 40 18 8&1.,., 2 B0
16 703,,.. 2 BO 22 1021.... 2 5.1
12 910.,., 2 00 12 793..,, 2 73
7 MS.,,. 2 81) 18 863,,., 2 8')
3 1010,,,. 3 00 3,...,, 9')l.. 3 00
25 815.,,, 3 15 10 1030.,,. 3 15
5 781.... 3 40
1 1330,.,. 2 00 1 870,,,. 2 B0
2 15.10.,,. 2 2D ! HM 2 31
1 1270,,.. 2 41 1 13V),.,. 3 P)
2. ,.,,.133.1,,,. 2 23 2 1130..,, 2 Ik)
1......1700.... 2 61 1 1540,,,, 2 33
1, 11120.,,. 1 B0 3 1233,,., 2 10
2 1215,,.. 2 20 1 1200,.,, Ill)
1 152'),,., 3 45 2.,,,,. 1230.,,, 2 23
2.... ,,1500.,., Ill)
8 I7S.,,. 2 15 I 6fds.. 977,,,, 3 52W
SO,,,,,. 756.,., 2 90 81 Ml.,,. 2 30
12 715.... !. 726,,,. 2 60
3 fl..,. 4 66 I 30 (t., 5 00
9,,,,.. (.... 3(H) I 11 il.... 1000
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
l 664,,,, 2 80 11,,,,,, 880,,,, 3 21
19, ,,., 921,,., 3 40 12.,,,., H20,,., 3 CO
17.,",cai.. 3 15 11.,.,, 8!3. 3 55
23.,,. C25,, 2 55 Si) ,913.,,, 3 10
29,,,,,. 739.,,. 3 15 13.,,,,, ('.,,, 2 90
S3 10u7.. 3B7H B0 870.,,. 3 41
30 .,871.,.. 3 20 55.,,. ,.1292.,.. 3 63
15.,,,,, 580.... 3 15
' ' HANOI! CATTLE.
22 fed..!2l2.... 3 83 20 fed. .1263.,,.
32stk 731... 3 0, I tOfda.. 853.,.,
lpjfds,, 811.... 3 40
SS hay. 1210.... 3 90
' COLORADO COWS.
6nlf.. WO.... 2 60 i 3...... 870....
TEXAS Ar,uir;uiAN bthurb.
40 cm. 1315.
Clio m. 1091....
23 0 tn.1044...,
82 0 in. 1090...,
ISoni. 970., ,
21 o in. 1260...
47 o m.1011...
TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS.
63 774.... 2 15, 31 793....
29 709..., 2 15 I 43 721....
I TRVA.H ANtl INnlAN OXRN.
21 0 m.1215.... 3 40 I ,
HOC1S 5IovemenIs for the past 21 hours:
Receipts it. 11.. .. 1... i...... P.lSt
Shipments , .....,....,..,,....,,....'., 1,121
Drlve-outs . nun 11 ....13,211
There wns n firmer tone lo the, market
yesterday, The run was lighter than .ex
pected, but quality fair, tluyers were Into
In getting to work, but when they did
bid a little higher. Packers were main
buyers, though there was some orders In
for pigs nnd light bacon hogs from New
York. The pens wero cleared without
trouble. Extreme range. S3.60fll.23i bulk of
sales, $.1.9. v,r t.io.
No. Sh. AV. Price. No. 8h. Av. Price.
Frt 7. M HOD 67 40 132 $3 B0
21 40 HO 3 60 31 ,, 137 3 60
K .. HI 3 6", 77 ., 161 3 SU
42 .. 17 3 f.3 ., 10.1 3 IV)
no 10 is 3 73 in 10 no a si
f.S Sin IV) 3 M m .. 19.1 3 K
87 n am 3 S7'.6 fi) .. 2ot 3 rn
74 40 181 3 90 M .. 213 3 !1
74 .. 2IS 3 9.1 70 240 212 3 9.1
M 40 Ml 3 9.1 71 40 223 3 97'i
61 ..22.1 4 00 4.1 SO 269 4 M
90 . 215 4 l) 31 ,. 222 4 M
47 .. 2,11 4 O) 103 W 23 1 4 OJtJ
76 1. 23.1 4 05 77 ..232 4 OS
4.1 ,. SI3 4 U5 SI 120 271 4 0714
61 80 3J 4 10 .11 40 2"1 4 10
61 .. S33 4 10 61 .. 27S 4 1.1
60 .. 255 4 1.1 a .. 347 I 2.1
El .. 87 2 SI OT 40 13.1 3 50
32 .. 143 3 IM 3.1 .. 110 3H)
31 40 13.1 3 65 7S 80 161 3 721!
61 ,. 171 Ji 77 .. 172 SRI
51 40 ISO 3 77'ji S3 40 1(0 3 77'4
9.1 .. 187 3 S3 93 160 10.1 3 8,1
61 200 220 3 S.1 97 Si) 192 3 8.1
11 ..20S 3 90 61 ICO 221 3 90
97 .. 2i) 3 Ki Srt 40 203 3 91
47 200 261 3 9.1 SO V) 213 3 9.1
JS .. 207 4 0) 80 210 241 4 0)
S3 80 211 4 (Id 71 160 222 4 01
47 .. 212 4 ( 70 80 219 4 02'i
SI 120 261 I Hi 41 ,. i.',2 4 03
ill 160 SCSI 4 0.1 61 ., S3 1 4(11
76 .. 2.16 4 OJ'i 61 40 2.17 4 10
73 120 272 4 10 06 .. 262 I 1JI4
61 .. 260 4 1.1 33 ..300 I 1.1
33 40 321 4 20 )
Sllfl-P Mnrnmriiiia fni- tti on- ni i..,,
Receipts ..;.' ;:.:B'b5
Shipments . !.!.."! 741
Drlve-outs 1 53
There was a big run yesterday and buy
ers, under Hip Increased supply, wanted
lower prices. Holders, however, were slow
to yield concessions, ns tho markets east
of us were all steady and firm. Henco lit
tle trading and many of the offerings wero
cnrrled over, nnd the mnrket closed with
buyers and sellers npart.
0. Av W. Prl-e.
7S) Utah S6 t2 8.1
22.1 muttons ! ". j).)
26 muttons fiy -j,-,
32 lambs si 3 61
'am1,'3 100 .lifl
11 1 stackers. , . S3 2 09
HORSES AND 5lULES-.Movcments for
tho past 21 hours!
The demand-continues fair, but ns"tlu;
arrivals since 51onday hnve been the best
for some time everything In tho way of
horses was lower to sell. 5Iost of tho
buyers wero from the South nnd In the face
of the very low price of cotton they claimed
that they had to buy very low or not at
all. as planters all expected cheap horses,
and would buy nothing else. Mules held
up better than horses nnd ruled much tho
same as last week, but were slow saie.
At tho auction sales of the Knnsns Cllv
horso and mule market Tuesday and
Wednesday 70 fair to good Southern mares
nnd geldings sold nt $IS.O0fi30.0O; 10 light
plugcy stuff, at S10.00fT17.00; 40 strectcrs, nt
S3i).Q0fi 12.30; 72 fair to handsome drivers, at
$1.1.001772.50, nnd 10 fair to choice draft, at
S3D.fi0fi7O.0O. Privately, 20 fair to good farm
horses, at $20.001733.00; 21 mules, 1.1 hands,
at $1.1.00. and 13 little mules, 13'JfUl hands,
5Iules, II to 1H4 hands $2-1 OOffSlO 00
3Iules. 15 to 13i hands 43 0OW ,1.1 00
3Iules. 16 to 16'i hands 60 00f? 90 00
Horses Southern 1.1 OOff 30 00
Horses Streeters 30 OOff 45 00
Drivers 50 (Kifn S3 00
Draft 40 0017153 00
SOLD AT AUCTION
Tuesday, Wctlucsdnr nnd Tliurfiil.iy oT Kncli
Week nt thu Knnsn City
Stock Yards Horse and Muia Dept,
W. S. TOUCH SOX, 3Inn:igers.
Hundreds of all clase of Horses sold at pri
vate sale and at auction each day. All stock
must ho as represented or no sale.
LIVE STOCIC I1Y TELCGIlAril.
St. Louis, Jan. 23. CATTLE Receipts,
4,200; shipments, 600. 5!urket a shade eas
ier. Heavy native butcher steers, $4.25f(i
4.61; medium, $3.73W1.00; cows and heifers,
$2.15f3.23; fe-eders, $2.2503.50; fed Texas and
Indian steers. $220.127.116.111; grass steers, $2.30
GJ3.I0; cows, grass and fed, $1.60f?3.10.
HOGS Receipts, 7,000; shipments. 1,200.
5Inrket active, strong, 5c higher for best.
Cholco heavy, $1.30; good to choico me
dium, $I.I0fJI.2.1; ordinary mixed and good
light, $1.00fj4.15; common to fair light, $3.C0
SHEEP Receipts, 1,700; shipments, 200.
5Iarket s.trnnc;, active, 13fj20c higher. Com
mon to fair native mixed, $3.35f(3.6,l; good
to cholco native mixed, $3.S3f4.0o; common
Southwest mixed, 12.50; lambs, $1.10(4.21
Chicago, Jan. 23. CATTLE Tho market
was neither ns actlvo nor us strong as
thorn was reason to expect. With barely
11,000 head for. tho day, so weak was tho
demand that tho best sellers could do was
to hold tho market steady. Common to
choice steers wero Balablu at $3.23fj,!.2.1,
with extra quoted around $3.63. There was
a fair Inquiry for common to cholco cows
nt $2,001(3.25, and for stockers und feeders
at $2.2.1fi'3.75. Inferior cows sold around
$1,50, and oxtr.i heifers and bulls brought
us much ns $3.50Sj3.73. Tho bulk of tho
steers sold between $3.73fj5.O0, and $2.00fj3.00
wero popular prices for cows and bulls.
HOOS Receipts. 22,000. A fairly st ndy
market was experienced to-day. There wai
a lack of tho usual demand, nnd iiltlmugh
tho receipts wero less than half as Inrgo
as at the corresponding day last week,
thero was no resulting advance In prices,
Tho extremo top of the market wus SI.S2V..
Only two or three sales, however, were re
norteil nt over S4.43. nnd tho bulk a-ro
below $1.40. Light going largely ut S3.8.!f(
4.U.1, and $l.2ofi4.40 buying most of tho
heavy nnd medium weights,
SHEEP Receipts, 10,000. Tho trndo wns
uneven, but prices averaged about steady,
A few sales ut 10c decline wero reported,
whllo others wero nt strong prices. Tho
quality of lambs nu'erod was very good,
and there wero Beveral trades around $1.50.
Common to extra sheep wero salable ut
$2.00fi3.S3, and lambs of corresponding qual
ity worn quoted at $3.00fj4.60.
Omaha, Nob.. Jnn. 23. CATTLH Re
ceipts, 2,noo. 5lurket nctlvo nnd strong.
Cows, S3.C5fII.00; feeders. $3.03.30: bulla,
S2.2.H72.73; cnlves. S3.O0fi3.73.
HOOS Itecelpts, 4.000. Aotlvo nnd BglOo
higher than yesterday, und most of tho
hogs sold this way. lieforo tho closo trndo
slumped off badly on tho big break In
provisions, and thero wero several loads
left In llrst hands, Tho top was $4.15 for
pretty good stuff, and light stuff told down
SHF.EF-RecelptB, 2,000. Rather mora
liberal than usual, but two of the ten
loads received wero billed direct to n local
packer. Thu market wns rather slow, with
prices nominally unchanged.
Annual .Meeting of the Hoard of Regents
Permanent Fund Nearly 81,0011.1100.
Washington, Jan. 23. Tho annual meeting
of tho board of regents of tho Smithsonian
institution took place to-day. The report ot
tho executive committee shows that tho
permanent fund deposited In tho United
States treasury is now 1911,000 In addition to
$12.00) derived from Hodgkln's bequest,
In tho report of tho secretary for the
year ending June Si), 1894, reference was
made to the progress made by the national
muteum during the year. The period of
competition for tho prizes of sio.fcOO, kwi
the Hodgkln fund, Intended to elicit dis
coveries In regard to the nature and prop,
crties of utmosphcrlo air In connection
with tho welfare of man, has closed, and
a committee of award Is now examining
the papers submitted.
A New Republican Paper,
Sedalla, ilo., Jan. 2J. (Special.) The
Sedalla Enterprise-Sentinel, u seml-weekly
Prohibition paper, with Populist tenden
cies, changed hands to-day, L. j) Wlsker
retired, and Aubrey L. Wlsker, In assuming
the editorship and management, announces
that In the future the paper will be He
publican in politics.
I'raiildlu County btatUtlis.
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