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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FllIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1895.
WEAKENED BY UNCERTAINTY
CO.NfMCTISH UHrOUTM III A IIONIJ- !
sin: i.oui:iti:tt nticin . 'jiia.nh-
fclay Mhent Closed n-8c l.orr Than Hit
Prcilons liny' (Jtintntliin, Mny t'orii
Closed ,V8o Lower nml tints
ninl rrmlslon Ilrt lined.
Chicago, Jan. SI t'ncertnlnly regurdlng
the expected bond lno prevented marked
change In prices on tlio board of trade to
day. In wheat there were more sellers
than buyers, and May closed -V lower.
"May corn closed "Ho lower, .May until 'so
lower and proilslon nt docllncs.
Tlio wheat speculators at the opening of
the market apptnred to consider yeslcr
da) a closing prlco for May c too high,
and knocked off the obnoxious fraction.
Llierpoot was higher for fututes and Her
11 ti 1 mark better than It closed )cstcr
tlny, with Pari n little lower for spot
.wheat and n shade higher for next month's
dcllier). Minneapolis ntid Dnlutli togeth
er receltcd uny 15.1 carloads, compared with
167 car on lat Thurda), and 223 enra on
the corresponding dn of the )enr be
fore The selling In thp first Imlf hour was
y tho local crowd, whllo New York and Ht
.Louis at the same time sent liberal orders
to buy. The expectation of an early Issue
of bonds was regarded as In faor of tho
bulls, but the conflicting news from nh
llngton pruvented indlcnl changes cither
(way. Tho opening prlc of May wheat was
ifrwni Ula tu C3'ie, as compared with ..3,c
iellers at the clov esterdn) . The geheial
Utideucy was downward for nboiit an hour
nnd a h.ilf, or until thn returns or the iln 's
receipts and shipments at the primary mnt
ikets had nil come to hand. 'I he total prl;
mary market receipts were only IIN.Wj
bushels. Some buying by pievlous sellers
una the result of a short contemplation of
!1he figure referred to, and the price, which
Iliad been bugging 5.1c for .May for about nn
ijiour, let 1,-0, and It rote temporarily for
(the second time to I3jc. There was te
Vioweil selling at tin- ndwince, however,
nd Mny finished at Me.
Corn was weak and lower. The pi In
clp.il feature w.is the fact tint iniiiy of
the buyers of cstcnl.iy were sellers tn
xlay, while the demand was light Ilaitlett
EFrazlor and Hnldwln-Fnrniiiu led the h11
ing nmoni,- the bit; operators, nnd the sinnll
try soon tailed on. While some of the early
transactions who nt yesteiday's cloe.
there was a gradual drop. May sold early at
I4lc, fell steadily to 41ifl3i.,c split. There
was a quiet buMne during the clo-lng
hour, Mny closing nt 43V.
Oats were also slow and Inclined to be
easy, following In tho wnke of corn .May
old early nt 29e, fell to 2s3ic nnd at noon
was 2SHc. 7'be market was quiet and fett
ireless during the last Jiour. Mny declin
ing with corn, nnd closlnir nt 'Mic
Prlvlslons stnrted with a show of
ftrongth, helped bv hop: receipts under the
k-stlmntc and better prices at the surds.
'Armour nnd other packers, howeier, sold
liberally, and n break In mlces resulteil
There w-ns some recover), but at the close
May pork was 12'. , and Mn tlts V.o
lower, and Jlay lard urn bans, d
THE COPYRIGHT LAW.
EcpresiMitatlli- Cincrl ItcpnrM an Anx-iiil-ment
to II In the Inti'reil or
N.'Usp I pels.
Washington, Jan. 31. Representative
Covert, of "Now- Yoik, to-day reported to
tho houi-e -with amendment the bill pio
X'ldlnp; that the total sum to bo recover
ed In any action bi ought under section
SlOGS, Itevtsed Statutes, relating to copy
rights, shall not, for any one Infringe
ment, Issue or edition, exceed double tho
value of the painting, drawing, nitlcle,
object or thing Infringed upon, copied,
issued Or edited in lolatlon theieof.
fAccompanylng the bill is an Interesting
report. In -which the committee sa)s the
provisions sought to be amended affects
most Injuriously the newspaper press.
(Under etlstbig conditions :i newspaper
reproducing and publishing any copy
righted photograph, forfeits the plates of
euch copy and $1 for every copy of the
paper containing the photograph In Its
possession; thus the whole clculntlon is
embraced in the penalty. It has been
held, says the leport, that penalties may
be exacted tor copying n copyrighted
picture, even when the fact of Us being
under copy tight does not appear on the
original from which the copy is made
.These conditions make It extiemely haz
ardous for a newspaper to use Illustra
tions In connection with the publication
of news articles relating to current
rventfc. One of the great metropolitan
journals, through an oversight on the
part of one of its employes, printed a
plctute of a pleasure yacht from a copy
righted photograph, the regulat price
of which with the license they print
was $1. Suit Is now pending against
the proprietors of the paper to n cover
ffSl",O0O. this being the total number of
the papers In which the picture ap
peared. As oilglnallv presented the report sas
the bill provided solely for the relief of
the newspaper publisher The major
ity of tho committee thought it only Just
and equitable that it should bo bioader
In bcope, and therefote agried to amend
It. No substantial change In existing
law Is made except to moderate the
Mgor of the penalties established.
WIFE MURDER IN HAMILTON.
Ceorge Tr.le llilil fur Killing Ills Wlfii
Whip. h Was In lleil.
Hamilton, Mo., Jan. Si. (Special.)
(yesterday morning about 1 o'clock tho
nvlfe of Goorge Tracy, a legless colored
Xnlner, nf this place, -was shot In the
Jieart nnd killed while In bed, Her hus
fcand claimed that she did tho act hei
self, but the coroner's Jury returned n
verdict that she came to her death from
ft pistol shot fired by Tiacy. lie -was
fdaclng under nnest, and, waiving pre
Imlnary trial, was committed to Jail.
fThe evidence is very strong against him.
rrhoy hnd been quareling Just pievlous
to the shooting nnd hail formerly sep
nrated. Tracy has only been out of Jail
i short time, where lie had been serving
out a sentence for felonious assault.
Three little children nre left In destitute
JIM WEAVER HEARD FROM.
Jlo CalU Upon Kierylxidy to ,Iiiutp on
iroT When JteS Air. adj Down.
Denver, Col., .Jan. 31 The Itoclty
Mountain News prints to-day the follow
ing dispatch from General .1 D 'Weaver:
"Council Dluffs, la, Jan. 30 The pies
Ident has defiantly Ignored silver nnd
reiterated his purposo to force upon the
people, the single gold standaid, and has
called for the destruction of the green
backs and tho Issue of gold bonds, nnd
pleads with congress to enlntge tho pow
ers of the national banks. Now let tho
people In nil sections of the country
unite In opposition to this heartless
scheme nnd meet like men the issue
"There can be no further excuse for
division among tho people.
"j. n, AvnAvnn."
If the blby 1 iMittlug teeth uo tb.lt old
ond well tried reraeuy. M!tS WJ.WSl.OW'b
"fcOOHUNCl &VHUI' '-'5 coats a toute.
Yashlngton, Jan, 31. Tha following pen
sions hae been gmuPid:
Mlssourl-James II, Searcy, V bbard. Hay;
James H. Mills. Senath, Dunklin: Thomas
V. Sample, llrooklleld, Ijinn; I.lzzlo M.
Draden. Mulberry. Hates; Charlotte Mc.
draw, alias Charlotte Woodward. Itlch
mond, Ray; Joshua llrothers, futher, I'at-
'"Kansas Udw In M. Kimball, Anderton,
Smith; IJrnst Schramm. National Military
home, Irfnvenworth: Gideon H. McCune,
National Military home.Ieavenworth! Den
nis D. Hlley. National Military home,
Leavenworth; John Goolrlch, Illma, Dick
Inson; Thomas (). Jloss. Wichita, Hedij.
wick; Pomroy Williams. luka, I'ratt; Hen-r-
8. White, Oaylord. Smith; I'alemon W.
uunmngnuni, i lorwiee, jiuriuu; laiutja i,
Morris, Wauneta. Chatauyua; Mary Jam
McUllvrey, I'reslej-, Sherman; Oin-1 A. Fin
r.ll.rpu,. ii.uuIm KhApmnn' Ilrri.l A. h'ln.
ley, i:mporla, Ion; .Martha llauman, Kl
Dorado, ltutler; Margaret Collins, mother,
Council Grove, Morris; minor of Joseph I,
Kwcarlugen, lola, Allen.
I'rouipt relief lu ltk lioaiUohe, dlzzln.31,
nauiea.coustliutlon.nala in the ld. cuiran
Vd t t- uio Carter Uttlt Liver I'UU,
M. II. Aettt rxtst. C. B. Duct, stt'T.
CAMl T, 9,6).
CHICAGO & KANSAS CITY COMMISSION CO.
D42 Dtuwine 9t. K Cm, Mo.
NEGOTIATE COMMEnCIAL PAPER,
CITY REAL ESTATE LOANS.
C::i:'.t -i ttl::t l'T'-t " ClUltj
tin c:o:::, z:t.:l, uzy.iziul a znr.un t'.i'ts.
k6t Hl.t It1t4 f. wIT'tl lot H.IlidS UvlTu.t ftl.1 4I1I.
DO TOU WISH to Our on B tit F1IL ESTATt)
1x1 t:t C'.::k CuiMn Eitit.
Houston, Fible & Go. ,
(Surcf sors to Wm. J. Wollmati i Ci )
ft?n tlrtnunrn sf Khiihik t'ltr, Mo.
W.J. Anderson. Si
1(3 Delaware &t, Kansis City. Mo. Commercial
l'al er. Stocks and llntids. Ileal HMale Loins.
The local money market continues fpilet.
There was but little new paper offering, but
as Hit banks arc all carrying pretty itood
loan, they are not trslns to put out much
new nionej, but ure rather disposed to go
slow and watch Wofhlnirlon, Hates, how
ever, remain steady at cys per cent. Cur
rency shipments to the country continue
light ltank clearing. J1.I2T.712: the sum"
dnv last year, $1,515,547, n decrense of . per
cent. Tor January, H3,4W.Hi same month
lit jenr, Sll.S22.-ir. an increase or J2,2l5,ao,
a gall, of f per cent, . .....
Il.istern cxchatii'e steady and In fair de
mand, , , ,
Houston, ribli- Co, e.ehaiiKe brokers,
quote It as follows: New York, $1 prem
ium; Chicago. COa premium; St. Louis, CtM
.Money at Hunt. nml Alirniiil.
New York, Jan, 31. Money on cnll easy
nt H'2 per cent; last loan, 2, closed at 2
per cent. lrlme mercantile paper, 3iftJ per
cent. Sterling exchange, dull and easier,
with actual business In banker' bills at
SI.SUfHW, for demand, and nt JI.KfI-I.SS
Tor j da3. I'oted rate, Jl.WfilS'J'i nnd
SIPOiriMij,. Commercial bill, $I.S7-.
London. Jan. 31. Money '; pur cent. Tho
rite of dlreount In the open market for
bulb shoi t and three month, 13-10 per
The weekly statement of the Hank of En
gland shows the following changes. Total
reserve, Increase. t.77,iK); ehoulatlon, de
crease, VJ,llO, bullion, Increase (fS3,TI.1;
other beeurltles, decrense 121.0X1. other de
posits, decrease 1,012,130; public deposit,
increase, !.X); notes, reserve, Increase
ffili 0: government securities, d,cr"-e
The proportion of the Ilank of Ihmland's
resero to llnbillty Is t,D 12 per cent. Hate
of discount, 2 per cent.
Paris, Jan. 31. The weekly statement of
the Hank of Trance shows the following
condition: Notes In circulation. Increase
113, f0.) francs; trenstny accounts, cur
rent, iletre-iso IS.j.noo francs, gold In hand,
Inciease, lZoVAOOft francB; bills discounted,
increase, 1."0,0i,O00 francs; silver In hand,
increase, 350.W00 francs.
New York. Jan. 31. Clearing, SS9,32G,717;
lloston, Jan. 31. Clenrlngs, $12,!OS,501; bal
ance s, ji.r.nwi.
fhlladelphla. Jan. 31. Clearings, $19,491,
KS; bil.inces, $1,SC3,910.
Haltlmore. Jan. 31. Clearings, S1.0SS.C02:
Cincinnati, Jnn 31 Money ,2iat)3 percent;
Now York exchange, 2551 ."'H: premium.
Clearings. $1,71C.S"0, for month, $C0,O12,S0O;
for month last year, $5H.:oi!.C00
Chicago, Jan. 31 Clearings, $12,717,000.
Money, lffl'i per cent, on call: G'hG on
time. New Yoik exchange, S0o premium.
Sterling commercial, SI.STMit &53i.
St. Loul. Jan 31 Clearings to-dny, $3,
4SS.57J; balances, $'il2.f2(;, this month, S11C
SWJH; balances, 5J5.7W.OI1!: Jnnuary, 1511,
JKj5.274.739, bilance. $1.,30I,2T5; Increase,
Sll.lin.'iTj, or 10 (i per cent. Exchange on
New York, $1 premium bid. Money quiet at
5i7 per cent
Memphis. Jan. 31 Clearings, $214,110: bal
ances. S72.04I New York exchange selling
nt fl iiOfrl 50 premium.
New Orleans, Jan. 31 Clearings, $1,323,
London, Jan. 31 liar flher, 2. 7-lfd per
oni.ee t-iler certllicale,?, top biu, bar sil
ver, CCc, -Mfxlean dollars, A&'f-e.
New York, Jan. 31. Closing
on the N'-w York Stock exchau
Atchison 21 A
Canada Southern ".Ms
(Jencral l'ntlilc lsts of ':ij
Draiw it Hlo Clr.mde 7s
Dciner ,t Ho Ciauilo Is
(1 ,11 AS A. L
C, , II. .C S A 7s
Houston te Texas Central 5s...
Houston A: Te.xas Central Cs.
Mltsoiiil. Kas A: Texas 1st 4s..
.Missouri. Kas A. Texas 2d 4s .
Mutual fnlon t,s
New Jeisev Central gen. Ds ...
Northern 1'aeltlo lsts
Northein r.icltlc 2ds
Hlo Crind, Western 1st
Northwest S I debentures, 5s.
ht. L & S 1". general Cs
St. i'aul consols, 7s
St L A.- I. M. general 5s
St. Paul C. ,c 1'. W. 5
Teas l'aeltlc lsts
Texas Paclllc 2ds... ,
I'nlon l'aeltlc lsts of 'i)u
Wtst Shore 4s
, CT CI
. 17 17J
i(n . HJ
,11 P.. 114
. St, 80
Ill " 111 "
. 85ij S0i.
. n m
. 7 ,7
. 81 SI
.103' , K3
Mate 1111.1 (llt rrt.iueilt Hon. In.
New York, Jnn. 31. CIoMng quotations
on thu New Yoik Stock exchange.
uo eminent .lay.
1'nlted States Is, registered. ...11J
1'nlted Stales 4s, coupon 1U
Tnlted States 5s, registered. ...114i3
I'nltcd States 5s, coupon 1151!
L'mtcu hunts .s, regtsteieu 97
r..ulllu la lw
Alabama, elas A 101
Alabama, class 11 0
Alabama, claps C 91
Alabama tuiiency , 91
Louisiana now consols, Is rijifc
Noith Caiolliia Cs 1J-,
Not tli Carolina 4s., :u
.South Caiohia uou-tiiiid l'i
Tennessto 3s, now (settlements., S3ij
'ltnnsee 5s, nt-w bitllenieiis..luj
Tennessee Cs. o),l hetllements.... 00
Yhclnla centuries 5'jit
illioml ts ifrj
S(iil.n nil. I IIoii.In.
New Yoik, Jan. 31, Speculation on the
Stock exchange was In good toua during
tho greater part of the day, owing to the
Mreiigth of American securities on the
London Stock exchange, the good foreign
buying lu this market and the ery general
feeling that the llnanci.il ultuation would
soon be relieved by means of an Issue of
government linds. The arrival of As
sistant Secretary Cuitls and his conference
with foreign bankers as to the placing of
tho bonds added buoyancy to the already
healthy tone of speculation. 1'rices ad
vanced shaiply from the opening, reaching
the highest point nbout 1 o'clock. The high
flguies Induced selling to realize proilts,
which resulted In a reaction In Manhattan.
Missouri I'aclllc, Lackawanna and New Jer.
say icntrai. i: Louisville Ac Aasnvtue, a,;
Chicago das a;, and the general list ilPi.
outside of Cenci.il Hlectrlc, which broke
2Vi to 29 on rumors of a change of manage
ment of tho company. The reactionary ten
dency was checked nt 2'30 nnd a general
linproement followed. Clnnl llgures show
a general appreciation in values.
There was no settled tone to the trans
actions In the railroad and miscellaneous
bond market to-day, but a majority of the
Issues dealt In show a decline on the diy.
Closing quotations on the New York
Stocks. Ycst'd'y, To-d'y,
Atchison It II Ji 4i&
Adams Cxnress 140
Alton & Torro Haute , "iVj
Alton S. Teire Haute pref'd.,,,.19i
American l!xprss ,,,,.,,,,,,,..,109
Haltlmore A.- Ohio,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, GUI
Canada l'aclflo ,,, , 5l'j
Canada Southern 4Si(
Central I'aclllc , , 1111
Chesapeake A- Ohio,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, H.3,
Chicago & Alton , ,..117
Chicago, llurllugton & Q 7't5;
Chicago (ias , ,,,, , 73'J
Chicago & i:. Illinois pref'd,,,, M
Consolidated Has ,,, ,,., 121
i: c.. a & st. I. ,, 37
Colorado ruel & Iron ,,,,, 23'
Colorado Fuel & Iron pref'd ,.,, 73
Coloiado Coal Ac Iron.,,,.,.,,,,, z
Cotton OH Certlneutes, ,,,,,,,,., ID
Delaware Ac uunsou. U9
General i:iectrla ,,,,, ,
Krlo .. .,.,
Dlle pref'd ,...,
Great Northern pref'd
jlousioil ec lexas wenirai , Z'i
irl.ln.. IFolln.. . n
JIU.BHIB ,!, .., ,,,,., 0
JJiliioU Central .,!U eo4 W'A
Delaware, Lackawanna & W,..159i
Demur & Itlo (Irando , lot;
11. & H. O. nrefd ,., h-l
Distillers & C. F. Co...,,,, si
1!. 1'.. Denver & Uulf it
I,. 11 ft W.
t rtWrt SlKirn
. 2l'j ".
, 11 15 i
, .IflJ, 31.
, 20 M'i
, 10 10
. iiji u
. 2J 2.
, 151. 10,
, 29 4 30' i
, l.,U K
. if IS
. hi h3
. 20 20
,,. 1 5
. ir.i iv
, 41 43
, 6i, (::t
, 0PJ4 5P4
. S2',j 32'i
, 14; 14J4
, 70 70i3
, t 1
, 0 n
, 41.j 42
, 9 !',
, 3; s;',
, i2 nn
Knii'as Texas pref'd
Lake Krlo ft Western ,,,.
Lead Trust ,.,. ,,,,.,. .
Louisville & Nashville,,.,, ,,,
Loillsvlllo V New Albany,,,
Mnnhnttati Cnnsolldnted ..,..,,
Mlnntota ft Ht. Louis ,
MlLhlRan Centrnl . ,
Mobile A Ohio, , ,
Mlsourl raelflc , . . ,
Memphis Ar Charleston..,., ..,,
Northwtatcrn prLf'.l., .,.,., ,.
Niitlonnl Cordage ,,.,,,..,
National Cordage pref'il, ......
National Linseed Oil Co,,,.,,,,
Now Jrey Central
New orlt Centrnl,, ,,,
Norfolk & Western pref'd,,,,,.
North Amerlcn.ii Co.,,,,...,,,,,,
Nashxllle Chattanooga ......
North Pacific ,,,,, ,,.,,,, .,,....
North rarlflc pr.if'.l. ,,, ,
New York A New KtiRlnnd.,..
Ontario ft Western, ,,,..
Oregon ft Navigation,,..,,.,,,.
O. S. I., ft C. N...... .,
Oregon lnipioxpinent Co. ,,.,,,
I'aclllc Mall S. H Co
l'eorla, Dcatur ft i:nnsvlllc
Pullman l'ntace Car Co ,
Hrnding ,,, ,
Itlclunond Terlnlnnl Co
Hlchmond Terminal Co. pref'd,
Itlo llramle A: Western,,
Itlo (Irandn ft Western pref'd,
ltock Island ft I'aclllc.
St. I'nu I ,
St. Paul pref'il
St. Paul . Omaha
Ht. Paul ft Omnha pref'd
Sugar ftrfluery Co...
T A. A. ft N. M
Tcntiessco. Coal tl Iron,.,
Toledo ft O. C. pref'd
Toledo, St, Louis ft K, C ,,
Toledo, St L. A: K. C. pref'd..
t'nlted States r.xpie'S...,,
AVheellng ft Lake Hrlc
W. ft L. II pref'd
Wnbnsh, su t ft P. pref'd
Walnh, St. L. ft P. pref'd
ens-i uri;u i.xpress ..,..,,
Western I'nlon Telegraph
Send for 'PS Cntnlnguc.
Trumbull Seed Co.
14'il) St. Louis Ar.. KANSAS CITY, MO
C. D.l'HK.NUH, Pros.
(J. 1. J10!)S,lre.is.
Orders executed for future delivery of Grain
Hooms'Jl. 21 and S3, I'.xchangs illdg.
Private wires to Clilcaso, New York and St
Till! GIIMV MAUKIIT.
In stoic Wheat, 1.2T4.C92 bushels; corn,
232.3&S bushels, oats, 241.5SS bushels, and
rye, 7,012 bushel.
WIIHAT Kectlpts 21 hours 3.00)
Same time last eer 1J.200
The market jest"rdav was ilrmer, but
slow for the want if olferlng. What few
sample.! In were pi iced without trouble,
the mill order men Uklng vlint little com
ing In, IJy sample on track on the basis
of the MlsIsnp river (loca fie per bushel
lesfp No. 2 hard, 551vc, as 10 billing;
No. 3 hard, 5Ki51'c; No. 4 hard, 53t(f,lc;
No 2 reil, 551i5j'sC, 1 car local at 51c: No.
3 ted, 55fi552,', 1 car locil at 49' ..c, No. 4
COItN Kecelpts 21 hours I.KOO
Same time last year 27, C00
The market was again llriuei yesterday
umler light offerings and what little on
rale was p'.aceil with the order men with
out trouble Uv sample on trnck here at
Kansas Clt No. 2 mixed, 2 cars at 40c
nnd 3 iais with special billing at lie: No.
2 white, 40i fj IP', 1 car at 4nic; No. 3 white,
2 ear Ut 40c
OATS Hece'pts 24 hours 0,000
Same time last ear S.OuO
Held steady, but inolng slowlv. Only
local feed dealers bu.Nlug Uv sample on
Hack here at Kansas city: No. 2 mixed,
.9Ti30c, as to lillllng, 1 cni with poor bill
In 1 at 29e, 1 car poor billing at 29ir,c; No
3 , Ixed, 2iiiifi29e, No. 4 mixed, 27
27',-jc; No 2 white, 3i:1i32c: No. 3 white,
29Vi.'.0'2c. No. I white, "51129c.
HYU Ilecelptb 24 hours
Soyio time last yesr
No receipts. Hence no market. By
sample on track here at Kansas Clt :
No J, 51'(52e; No. 3, 49?50e.
PI OUK Demand a little better, but
price, are unlmproveil. We quote
as follov s Soft wheat, per W) pound
pack, pit.nt. $1 lSpl 25: extra fancy, Sl.00
fit 05; fan' y. JAii"0'; choice. C0fii",c: hnid
wh.at, pftr ICO pound sack, patents, J1.20ff!
1 TO, RtnUhts. Si Will 10, bakris", 90ctill5;
low grn.les 55fir.V. rye, DOJl 15
CORN MCAL-Stenlj, but blow sale.
Quoted at 7Se pet ewt., bulk
iOHN" CHOI' Selling slowlv, but prices
unchanged We quote at 70c- per cwt.,
HIIAN -Quiet, but unchanged. Sacked,
Cic bulk ir'c per ewt
T'LANSKCD Selling fairly at old prices.
We quote at $1 32TilT.i per bushel, upon the
basis of pine, as to billing.
CLOVHH SI1!!I1 Sten.lj and In fair de
mnnd Quoted at S7 lOiiS 00 per ewt.
TIMOTHY Sni'.D Sluw sale, but un
changed Quoted at l 507(5 25 per cwt
MILLHT Ss-lllng filrlj at old prices
Common, $1 10?1 i"; Uemian, il.J0fil.33 per
HAY Receipts 21 hours 110 tons
Sime time last year 230 tons
The market continues quiet, but 1111
chaned. Quoted Prairie, upland, fancy,
SSii50 per ton. choice, $7.5yii7 75; No 1,
M 25ii;50, No .'. r50f7COO, lowland, choice.
S5 00J.COI No 1 $5 00T(5.50. No. 2, $1 l)lf
501): timothy fan y, J9 50; choice, JS50
IQ9 00, No 1. 5?flSS-,0, No, 2, S7.WS7.50.
A 8PCGIALTY CRASS
IfOO-HC Union Ala. Kansas City, Mo.
Yester.laj fs C'lilritgo Market
As furnished by French Tiros. Commission
Co., rooms 20, 21 nnd 2J, Exchange building:
m w (y
Options. Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close.
Wheat, Jan.... $ fWJ $ 50'i$ 4T4 $ r.
.May f3i, 53i 5."
July W'i W'i 53 LVa
Corn, Jan 4o'4 Vt 401 4&S
Mai- 44. 44 41, 43
July 4t't 4Vi 43H 4Tls
Oats, Jan 27'a 275 27'j 27'i
May 2S 2.1 21 2i;
July "aI SS 2x?; 2s?i
Pork, Jan C5 9 K Hi 9 i
May 10 1.1 10 10 9 R" 1W
I.nrd, Jan 3" ' 35 6 35 8 35
jfny II CO B .VI f. W 6 52;i
S Hlbs, Jan.., son n ( too 5 ()
May C27H 5 27',-; 6 15 G 1 5
WIMJAT Cash No. 2 red, 51c; No, 3 red,
49a; No 2 Vuinl, 52a; No. 3 hard, Wo,
COltN Cish No. 2 mixed, 41c, and No.
2 white, 41c
OAT'S Cash No, I mixed, fS'ic, and No.
2 white. 31V.
Chicago car lots; Wheat, 24; corn, 103;
oats, 120 .
Ustlmuted receipts for to-day: Wheat,
25; corn, 173; otts, 150 cars.
IJxport tales at the seaboard Wednesday
were between 103,000 bushels of wheat and
W,0o0 bushels of corn.
The four Atlantlo ports cleared for ex-
Sort yesterday PV!,400 bushels of wheat, 13.-,
packages of flour. 13,000 bushels of corn
and 17,fcfJ bushels of oats.
The temperature has moderated consid
erably in the fast twenty-four hours in the
West, but another cold wae has started,
which will bring zero weather to-day,
There was no 6tiow except In tho North
Cincinnati Price Current says: No sig
nificant changes in general crop situation.
Some snowfall In West, where moisture
and protection were needed. Interior offer
ings of wheat continue limited, Wheat
Tho Minneapolis Market Uncord says:
James S. Hell, president of the Washing
ton Crosby Company, who Is at present In
Kurope, advltts homo office to the effect
that stocks of flour abroad ure becoming
depleted quite rapidly and In his opinion
foielgners will be good buyers before ery
According to the latest report of the Hus
elan minister of finance the area deleted
to grain has everywhere diminished com
pared with that of U93, excepting In the
black soil region, where the sowings have
Increased 4 per cent, In Russian Europe,
Poland and the Caucasus, the surfuce
sown has. decreased 291, per cent. Tho
greatest dlmunitlon li noted In the South
era Ktmi-ntnent, whew ij-reache 2.9u pet
cent. In North Caucasus 8 4 tier cent, In
Little Husln 3 9 per cent. In II10 Northern
provinces 3.38 per cent nnd In other dls-
irici nnoui 2.5 per ceni 1 ne great re
duction of the winter sowings In the South
Is explained bv the excessive fall of prices,
ntul likewise bv llin drouth In the autumn
preventing the tilling of tho fields. In the
Caucasus the decrease Is due to a murrain
among cattle, at the time nf planting, while
in oiner region agricultural worg was in
terrupted by rain
The Liverpool Corn Trade News sn II
estimate of the weekly reepilrementn of
forelan wheat h Cnrnnonn Imnortlntf coun
tries needs revising ,nnd should be 7,701,000
iiusneis instead or i.uso.iw misnois, At ine
rate of consumption for six months past,
Importing countries will require ns much
wheat this year as they took In 1S91-H2,
when the International crnln trade reached
Its maximum amount, namely, 423,ouo,ooo
Car lot receipt of wheat:
K.C. Chi. St.L. Mpls. Dllh. Tot.
Yesterday ,,, r 24 4 91 M im
A. week ago, it 41 12 150 T'l 2'Sl
2 weeks ago. ,14 50 25 115 30 254
A .leor ago.,.3J 91 1CS D" 35S
Car lot receipts of com!
K.C Chi. St.L. Tot.
Yesterday 7 104 84 199
A week ngo.,,,, IS 111 1.11 29",
Two weeks ngo 32 IV. 71 201
A year ago,..,,,.,, i; 300 121 4C7
Carlot receipts of oat'
.. . . K.C. Chi. St.L. Tol.
A week ago 2
Two weeks ago 4
A yrar agu 8
120 12 114
70 14 5'!
81 15 100
SS 12 10S
MILLS COMMISSION CO.,
HI.'! New lorl: Life Hull, ling.
TrtrplmnfJISS. KANSAP CITY, "-IO.
Dealers In HtAtN and PltOVIilONS for
cash or fnlurc delivery, and Railroad MOCKS
nnd ltONIli. Prompt attention given country
orders Defer to -
New llsriLANli 'An: Dr.rostT 4. TttusT Co
Till! PHOlH'Cn M.utKirr.
Quotations below arc for Job lots. On
small lots higher prices nre asked and ob
tained, enough being asked to cover extra
cost for caring for and filling them. Tho
pnrtlej making small outside orders want
the best uoods and selections. Dealers pre
fer to handle the goods In Job lots In
straight consignments as received.
Ul'TTUK Tho receipts continue good
nnd mntket slow, only the best table goods
showing any life, low nnd medium grades
dull. Creamery Highest grade separator,
!lc: finest gathered cream, 20c: fine fresh,
gooil flavor, 15c: fair to good, 12c. Dairies
Fancy farm, 15c; fair to good line. So.
Country store packed Fancy, lie: fresh
and sweet packing, Sc. Holl Choice, 10c;
fair, 8c: poor, 7c.
HOGS Flim. but slow. Fresh, 19c.
HtrarrniUNb Creamery grades, in 20
to CO pound tubs, solid, IS'43 per pound;
dairy grades, In 25 to W) pound tub, solid,
131-c per pound. Holls, prints or bricks, 2
pounds. In 10 pound tub, He higher than
solids, nnd 1 pound, lc higher thnn solids.
CIU3HSK We quote: Herkimer county,
N. Y cheddnrs, lie per pound; Crawford
county. Pa., Cheddars. 13c per pound; She
boygan, Wis., twins, I2c: Sheboygan. Wis.,
Young America, 12'ic; Missouri and Kansas
full cream, 8c.
LIVF. POULTRY There is a good de
mand reported for 'mall springs nnd hen,
of which there Is only a light supply. Old
roosters are In good offering, while turkeys
are not over-plentiful nnd prices are steady.
No chnnge In ducks nnd ceese. We quotn:
Hens, 5c: roosters, 12ij?il5c: springs, 5'c;
turkeys, hen. Ce; turkes, toms, 4c; tlueks,
5ijc: geese. 5c; pigeon, per dozen, 75c;
veal choice. SO to 100 lb . 4HJI5C.
DftnssrJD POULTHY The market I not
ery active from the fact there I so little
on sale. Nice smooth stock Is sold quickly.
Chickens, &',c; turkejs, 6c; geese, 5'o;
GA MIT The supply of rabbit I steadv,
but there Is a good demand nt fair llgures.
Other game unchanged. Duck Teal, per
doz , $1.50' mixed, per do?., J1.25: Mallard,
ner dor... $2 73; prairie chicken, dark. J100,
light. $2 75: besr, carcass. Northern, llfflOc;
Southern, 1PfT13c v II J turkeys, 7fiSc: squir
rels, per doz.. 50c; -abblts, undrawn, ner
d07., 50c: drawn, per doz.. COJTOOc; Jacks,
tier doz., 50c; venison, paddles, per lb., 10!?
He; carcass, per lb. 5?T7c: frog, extra
larce, per doz, Jl 25; medium, per doz.,
25W40f; small per doz.. rf?Sc.
POTATOES The market continues quiet,
but at the same time, steady. We quote
Home ciown and Northern, 40350c to the
trade: Ftnh ond Colorado, choice, 5SftG0c:
CAHI1AGIJ Selling felrlv nnd prices
steady. Home crown. 70cfi$l 25 per cwt,,
and Mlchlpqn SI IflfJI 33.
SWnnT POTATOCS Very dull, hut nn.
rhane-ed. Red 20W25c. and yellow, 30Jj40c
per biisbi from growers.
VITGFTAm IS-Jobblntr prices- Ttoin.
navv, California ner buhel, 1 iWiS.io,
New Yo'k, fin, 2 10: country. ?1 75172 00,
eelerv per bun h, O0'?770o: horse rndlh. ner
pound " onions new. per bushel, $nrt w
AFFPIYIV fifferlnfr light nnd market
firm. Ouoterl Mixed varieties. 40" per
bush"! Willow 'Cwlg, Snv and Hen Davis
70c; W'lnesen sonioo; fancv Wagoner and
.Tonntban 9fl "ll IX) per buiel Standard
piched rnnre from S3 W) to 3 50 per barrel:
ntlies range from $2 50 to J 00; Jennetings,
$2 00172 50
rill'ITR qt adv nnd In fair demand
We nuote as follows: llsnina. Jumbo,
tier liunrh w 50fl3 11: medium to larce,
M73'ff2M. len, ns. fancv Messina, 3Ws,
S4 50; lemons Mnlai-n, l 00 oranges, rinr
Idis, per box 1.0CKj3 5n: Mexican, Jinoi?
ti"",; orani'es Yishlngton invels, S3 f07
iBi. oranges rnllfornla seedling, fancv,
t'TVSiBOii nnnses, California sc-dlliig,
cholen J0 2".. '.0: cranberries, C-ipp Cod.
$10mKTtl 0,) per barrel: Jersey, $10 001(10 50
PliOOM Pi iIlN Quoted: Hurled green.
4U; VAc prr nound; green self-worklng, 4i
ifT.-.tjc: re,l tipped, self-working, lc: com
mon, elf-wurltln. 3'l'!r4c; crooked, hnlf
in lee, dwarf 1L,ffi5e.
FIT THF.H'' Prime geese, "Jo per
pound; dark and soiled, 30e; mixed nnd
old. IITiJOe: 1 ner cent tnre on small sacks,
and 1 per c n t nn large.
T!I!i:WAX No, 1 amber, 22c per pound;
No 2. IKo
1IONCY 1 pound comb, white, 15o; full,
1 pound comb, W14e; 2 pound comb, Cali
fornia, white 1Ci717c: 2 pound comb, Cali
fornia, dark 12f'18e: extracted. In cans,
j557c; extra, ted In barrel 51i!c.
GUOI'VIi LIVSITITD CAKF. Quoted : Car
lots, s-ieked, $22 Oil per ton; 2,000 pounds,
$23 00: l.nno pounds, $12.00; less quantities,
$1 30 ner 1(0 pounds,
Nll'l'i Jobblnr prices: Coenanuts, per
lfi, (iuote,l at $1 00. Pecans Missouri, per
pound, 3K.e Texas, 4is1Jre: pecans, pol
ished, JUilOe 1'eiinuts Virginia, white,
law per pound 41 4i5e; Tennessee, raw, 41-,
J75o, roasted. 7iSe; Kansas, 3i,;C. Hlckorv
puts Small per bushel, $1 i3; large, $1.2".
Hnelunts 212'Ao per pound. Chestnuts
9i710e per pound
linillD I'HFITS Sumlrled: Apples,
choice, ) per pound; npple. goml, 5c: np
ples, poor, 3c; peaches, peeled halves, 8c;
peaches, unpeeled hnlves, (lc; peaches, im
peded quarters, new. Pic. Fvaporated:
Apricots. California, 1elly cured, 10c: ap
ples, choice barrels, 7c: apples, poor. In
boxes, Co: apples, poor. In barrels, 4c;
lilickherrle. SViTiOe; prunes, California,
5".ifiSe; plums, Cnllfornln, pitted, 5mc;
peaches. California, peeled. 10-itl2a; peaches,
Cnllfornln. unpeeled. fifHOc; prunes, Oro
gon, 4ii81o: plums, Oregon, ldtted, 5tlo;
peaches. Oregon, peeled, 10f712c; peaches,
Oiegon. unpeeled. OfJlOa; peaches. Califor
nia, unpeeled, 75J10o: peaches, Tennessee,
peeled, 711100; poaches, native, peeled, SfJ
10c; peaches, native, unpeeled, fie; peaches,
Arkansas, peeled. 10S12c: peaches, Arkan
sas, unpeeled, 6fi9c; laspberrles, native,
Wool, Hides mill l'elts.
wnnrnnmand fair nnd prices steady.
We quote: Missouri and similar rine. 8tf
10c; tine meilnin, lOljlSo; medium, 12R14c;
combing, ISfilSc: coarse. IPfflSc. Kansas,
Nebraska and Indian Terrttorj- Fine. 7
lOo; tine medium, Sfdlc; medium, lofll3c;
.. !.,. islll,. nnrm. fl-Iillc. Cnlnrflnn-
i-inn Tflio,.? Una medium. Sfillo: medium.
101fJ2c; coarso and carpet, 9311c; extra
neai y anu saiiui. uu.i-.
1IIDIM4 A.srn lHfrS Quiet but Hteady,
We quote as follows; Green salted, free of
btands, No, 1, Do per pound; No, 2, 4llo;
green salted, hulls ana stags,, .-xo. 1, so;
No. i, 3iiC; gieen suited, butt branded. No,
1. 4V10J No, 2, 3i4o; green salted, side
branded, No. 1, 3'io; No. 2, So; green salted,
kips, 15 to 25 pounds. No. 1, 5':c; No. 2,
4Hc; green salted, calf, 8 to 10 pounds. No.
1, 7o: No. 2, 6c; green salted hides, Nos, 1
and 2, and butt branded, around tiSo; green,
uncured. No. 1, 4o; No. 2, 2oj dr- flint
hides, No. 1, 7c; No. 2, Co; dry salt hides.
No. 1. tie: No. ;, De. Sheep pelts, green and
dry, 10f(50,i: dry, 4ito per pound.
TALLOW We quote: No. 1, 414c, and
No. 2. 4c.
Pl'HS Raccoon, 30S5Co: skunk, 15c3$1.10:
mink, 4'u70c; opossum, CiilSo; muskrat, 6
W12o; fox, gray, large, C0375; red, large,
tv5i75j wolf, mountain, large, J1.0OQ2.M;
wolf, prairie, large, WitlBc; wildcat, large,
2fx840c; heaier, large, 7.00j medium, $4 60;
small, $l.Hj2 GO; badger, COiS75o: otter,
prime large. d.CJ7.00; medium, li.OOgi W:
binall, $2.0o550; hear, $15.00 down,
St. Louis, Mo., Jan. SI. Quiet, but un
changed. We quote: Missouri and Illinois,
medium, 14ft 15c: braid and low, 12611c;
Kansas and Nebraska, medium, Wulio;
braid and low, S'ulOa; Texas and Arkansas,
medium, lOfilSc; braid and low, 8f4l0c: Da
kota, Wyoming, etc., medium, lfJ12a; braid,
SJjlOe; fair to choice tub washed, 9tf"llc.
v iuiri uui &ieauy uianc sua utti j-c, I
terduy. (or raost. hot; Ijre'ijUc.ta. A'bxra ivaa.
n fair Jobbing dermnd for rash, but little
doing In carlots nnd future,
OltlTlIN M1TAT3 Shoulders, (1 23 per
cwt.r hums, $7.25i;.5fl. .....
S. P. MTIATB-Ilams, cash, $7.75. and
l.AHD-Cash, vm, nnd January, till.
D. H. MHATS (partly ciired)-Shoiilders,
rab, JIO-i per cwt.: short rib. sides, cash,
$510: long clear sides, $5.10, and short clear
side, $5 30.
fl. J. GILLESPIE 1 fc i SlfetSIRB
-MrJl f T. B. GILLESPIE
& CO., ) J- 1'. UILLESl'Ir!
CommlMlon MerchtwH. Knss City Stock YJl
Llt'erAl advances nude to parties feeding Jtock
llttrlng feeding cattle on orders a specialty,
Corrnpomlenc solicits I Telenhonl Na nil
MAItKKTS IIY TCLKUIIAPII.
New York, Jnn, 3t.-FLOUIl-Itecelpts,17,-(Xl
buhelsj exports, 12,2i bushel! sale,
10,400 package. Market easier, with n
lighter demind, except for spring patent.
Quoted: City mill patent, $1 00fl4.Fi; win
ter patent. $2 80113.15; city mill clears, $3 35;
winter tralght,$2 3582.75; Minneapolis pat
ents, $3 05113 CO; whiter extra, $i.9032.40;Mln
ncsota bakcrs,$JOOl)3.C0; winter low grade,
$1.70i!2.15; spring low grades, $1.7581.90;
spring extra. I1.K32 35.
CORN MITAL-QulHJ snte, 600 barrels!
2l,0ii0 sack. Yellow Wftern, H.OSfll.lO per
WHF.AT Iteceplts, 700 bushels! export,
4t,0 bushels! soles, S.IVi.OoO bit. futures;
RMXfl bushels siwt. Spot, dull. .No. 2 red,
store and cleintor, uCc: nlloat, 5S1.C! f, o,
Options were higher tnrly on nteadler
cables, 11 continued better financial fe-el-Ing
of foielgn liuvlnp, Inrge purchase for
New York and St. Louis account In Chi
cago, and n good milling demand for cash
wheat at the West, Cash ruled quiet at
mid-day, and lln.illy sold off sharply under
local reall.-Jng. closing at Uc net decline.
No. 2 red, February, C0l57 1-lCc, closed
MC! March, 57it57ic, closed 57iic! Mn,
DS1i51itc, dosed 5s',e: June, 5SV53'ic clos
ed 5Sc: July, rs.oroc. cloed 5SHc; Aug
ust, fiSVil.Tt'sC-, closed 5SV,
COltN Hecelpts, 1J.4O0 bushels; export",
SOO bushels. Sles, 510,000 bU'liel futures;
8I,ooo cpot. Spot, easy; No. 2, 47'sc, ele
vator; e trainer mixed, 4G'4liNGV. Options
opened steady, cased off under local offer
ings, nnd, nfter a mid-day rally, sold off
sharply with .wheat, closing nt 'c de
cline. February, I7!'?47'c, closed I.Hc;
May. 47'i.fnsc, closed 17'sc; July, 47ff4SHc,
OATS Hecelpts, 1I.70-1 buhels; export,
3,31i) bushels: sale. lC,0"i bushels futures:
'.'3,000 bushels spot. Spot quiet; No. 2. ..Iff
3Ulc; No. 2. delliered, 33l,fi(35c: No. 3, 33iac;
No. 2 white, SMiSi't'ic; No. 3 white. 344c:
track white, 37fT41c. Options dvll and
steady nt first, but ened off, clclng e
lower. February. 33i433"ic. closed at o.1'4C,
March clo-ed at 33i4c: -May, 52'Ji53il,c;
closed at 32'ic
HAY Quiet. Shipping. 50 to 55c nnd good
to choice 00 to 73c per cwt.
PROVISIONS Cut meats, steady; pick
led bellies. SyyflGTuc; pickled shoulders, 4h
4'c: pickled hams, 73s'gSi4C. Lard dull:
Western steam closed nt J5 65; nominal;
cltv, GUffCac: May closed at JG S5, nominal.
Refined dull: compound, fic
PORK Qtilet: new mes, $11,751(12.25;
short clear, $13.rogi5 5n.
IIUTTITH Dull: Western dairy, lolflSc;
Western creamery, H'iJ24c; factory, SitHc;
CHHITSK Dull; state, large. OiJllUc:
small, SHTiWic; part skims, 3179c; full
13GGS Firmer: Western fresh, 2G'ft27c;
receipts, 11,930 pkgs.
TALLOW Quiet but firm.
PiTTKOLITUM Nominal. United closed
Molase Stead v.
Oranges Mnrket quiet; fancy nnd sound,
J3 rflfff 50: others, $2.0033.75.
PIG IRON Slow.
TIN Firm; stialght, $1410; plates, quiet.
SP1:LTF.H Weak: domestic, $120
DEAD Firm: brokers' price, $1.02''.; ex
change price, $3.10Ji3.12..
COPPITIt Quiet: brokers price, $10 00; ex
change price. $1 S3.
COTTON SMITH Oily Ruled Inactive; oft
crude 20Jj21c: prime summer icllow, 26W
2i,'..c, off summer ellow, 25f26c, nominal;
ellow butter grade?, 2S'B29c
St. Louis, Jan. 31. FLOUR Receipts,
3,000 barrels, and shipments. 4,001 barrels.
In good demand at old quotations Pat
ent. $.'5OE2G0: extra fancy, $2 2052.30;
fancv. $2.10512 20; choice. Sl.SOfUO.
WHL'AT Receipts. 3,090 bushels, and
shipments, 3.000 buiels. Tame, opening
'Cc lower nnd closing i.fi'ic below yester
day. No. 2 red, cash, 30c; May, 51c; July,
CORN Hecelpts, 5,000 bushels, nnd ship
ments, none Lower and uninteresting.
No 2 mixed, cash, 3SiJc; February, 3Se;
May, 39-JT40c: July 40i21(40tc.
OATS Receipts. 12,000 bushel, and ship
ments. 11,000 bushel. Dull nnd "sc lower.
No 2. cash. 20c; Ma. 2S'c.
HHAN Higher. Selling at G7c, sacked, on
HAY Dull, but steady. Prime to choice
prairie. $s.5OT)9 50; prime to choice timothy,
HUTTITR Unchanged. Creamery, lS02Oc;
HOGS Weaker Fresh, 19c
CORN MITAI. Quiet Quoted nt $1.90ff
1 " p. r bai icI
PROVISIONS Pnik Standard mess, lob
bing new. $10 00 Lard Prime steam, $0 25;
choice, $0 35 Dry salt meats Hoxed shoul
deis, $I37K.; longs, $5 55; ribs, $5 G.'';
dear shnits, $5 S7' lineon l'acked shoul
ders, $5.12i; long, $i3.ii.; ribs, $0.25; shorts,
Liverpool, Jnn.31. WHHAT Spot, steady;
demand moderate. No. 2 red winter, 4s 5.1;
No 2 red spring, 5s 2d: No. 1 hard Mani
toba, 5s I'M: No, 1 California, 5s. Futures
opened steady nnd closed quiet but steady;
business he-ailest on latest positions; Feb
ruary 4s Id; March, 4s 5d: April. 4s Gd;
Jliij, 4 (P fed; June, 4s 7d; July, 4 7141I.
CORN Spot, firm: American mixed, new,
4s inl Futures opened steady and qu!t;
business llrm on near positions; Februaiy,
3s 11.1; March, 3s lFid; May, 4s; June,
FLOFR Dull; demand poor. St. Louis
fancy winter, 5s Gd.
HACON Steudv.demnnd moderate. Cum
berland cut, 2Sf(30 pounds, 31s; short libs,
23 pounds, 29s; long clear, light, 3SIJ45
pounds, 2Ss Gd; long clear, heavy, 55 pounds,
21i ; short clear backs, light, IS pounds, 29s
Gd; short clear middles, heavy, 55 pounds,
29s: clear bellies, 141(16 pounds, 3Ss.
SIIOULDITItS Sciuore, 12-ilS pounds,
" HAMS Short cut. 14U1G pounds, 41s.
TALLOW Fine N. A 2Js 6d.
1I11ITF llxtia India mess, 70s; prime
mes, 5mi 9d.
PORK Prime mess Western, 57s Gd;
prime mess Western, medium, 5Js Cd.
LARD Steady: prime Western, 33s; re
fined, In palls, 35s.
Now Orleans, Jan. 31. PROVISIONS
Market steadv. Pork $10.75. Lard Re
fined tierce. 4'i'iirc. Hoxed meats Dry
salt shoulders, 41se: sides, GHc Hacon
Sides, C'ic Hams Choice sugar cured, 9
RICH Quiet; ordinary to good, S'WIVj.
FLOUR Slow sale; extra fancy, $2.G0;
UftAN Steady; 60o per cwt.
CORN Unchanged: No. 2 eacked, whlto
and mixed, 47c; jellow, 50c.
OATS Otilet: No. 2 backed. Western,
SSfiSJUc: Texas, 39e.
HAY Dull and lower; prime timothy,
$13.00'(14 50; choice, l5OO'ul5 50,
Chicago. Jan. 31. FLOUR-Reeelnts, 11,.
frtj barrels, nnd shipments. 1,0) barrels.
Quiet and weak. Quoted: Winter patents,
$2.50if2C5: straights, $2 25J2 50: spring pat
ents, tJ.15t3 50, straights, $2 10S2 SO; bakers'
grades, $1 SOU'.' 20.
HUTTHH-Qulot. Creamery, 121J23C, nnd
i;(i(IS Steady; 158240 .
Coffee mi.l Sugnr.
New York, Jan. 31. COFFKK Options
opened steady at 105315 points decline, ruled
quiet but generally stead), sellers being
scarce all da), closed steady at net un
changed to 5 points decline. Sales, 15,000
bags, Including March, 14.65Q14 G5c; May,
14.40ol4 GOc; August, 14 GOo: October, 11 D3W
U.CO0: December. 11.40811.60.
Spot Coffee Itlo. steady; No. 7, lGi.Jcj
mild steady; Cordova, 18i'3!!rc. Sales,
600 bags Santos No, 6 spot p. t 1.&00 bags
Maracalbo, 400 bags Savanllla and 200 bags
SUGAR Haw, Arm: sales late yesterday,
G,4ul bags centrifugal 9t test at 3 3-33. Sugar,
raw, strong; fair refining, 2c; centrifugal
9G test, 3)1,0. Refined firm, crushed, 4 7-16-tf
4Hc; powdered, 11-lGQlUo; granulated, 3 13
Now Orleans, Jan. 31. COFFITB Steady;
Rto, ordinary io fair, 17'i0191ic.
3UOAH-4310W sale; open kettle, strictly
Frlme. 2140; prime; 21e; fully fair, 2 5-16o;
air to good fair, 2 3-lCB2lic; common to
good common, 2S2Hc; Inferior, BiSlo;
centrifugal, plantation gtanulated, 3o:
choice white. SHS3 7-l6c; off white, wlrf
3 6-1U'; gray white, 3 1-16835.0: choice ) el
low ilarllled. 33 1-lGo; prime yellow clari
fied. 2 15-16fi3c: oft yellow clarltled, 2 9-lGlj)
2Hc: seconds. if2c,
MOLASSES Quiet; open kettle, prime,
1 ill 13c; common to good common, tifiOe; cen-
iruugai. strictly prime, 110, buuu prime,
Sii9o; fair to good fair, 536c; common to
good common, iijjc,
farmers, Feeders, Shippers,
CATTLK, HOGSnnit SHEEP to
Ben L. Welch & Co.
t.OMMtSMUS ill HVHAb'T.
STOCK YARDS - . - KANSAS CITK M0.
Market ItrporU I'nrnlslie.l. M rite V:
LIVIT STOCK MAItKF.T.
Receipts nt Chlcnao, St. Louis, Omaha
nnd KansAs City )esterdny were: Cattle,
18,SO0;. hogs, 54,rX and sheep, 14.000. Same
time- last )cnr: Cattle, lS.snOi hogs, 39.IJJU,
and sheep, 10,900.
Western packers Inst week killed 315,000
hogs, against 290,000 a year ago.
New York, Jan. 31. Iluropean cable
quote American steers, lO'ttnlHc, dresed
welKhts; refrigerator beef, ttylOc. No ex
CATTLH Movements for the past 21
Receipts ,,3,47 204
Shipment ..., ,,.,, 2,471 12
Drlve-outs ..,.. ,,..3,221 59
There was a firmer tone to the market
yesterday, nnd icry good demand for nil
desirable oftetlngs. The receipts were
light, and tho tnnrketH east of us showed
moro strength, which eticoutnged bu)ers.
Dressed beef nnd export steers were llrm
without being ouotnbly higher, and the
same tuny bo said of native cons. Range
cattle worn lOe higher, that Is, steers, and
cows were steady, Btockers and feeders
showed less strength thnn butcher atuff,
nnd, If the best class of feeders bo ex
cepted, were dull, .Milch cows steady and
In fair demnnd. Common, $15.itl7.0ii; me
dium to fair, $1S.('&2I.W; good to choice,
$25 0033") 00.
No AV.Wt. Price.' No. Av.Wt. Price.
UKKSSED IIEP.F AN'd KXPORT STEERS
19 139G.,..$ 4 C5
12 1451.... 135
,135.1....$ 4 35
.1 15 n 1370...
2 15 1 10SO...
2 75 1 10UI...
3 00 1 1090...
2 40 2 15.15...,
2 25 1 1070...
2 75 3 SSO..,
3 20 9 PGO...
2 75 15 829...,
2 50 11 CIS...
STOCKEHS NP PnEprRS.
.. 774.... 2 30 12 K0....
. r.9i!.... 2 40 15 SOS....
. 511.... 2 R5 21 004....
. SI".. . 3 25 31 711....
. (SB.... 2 75 11 S72....
.1007.... 3 70 55 928....
.1211.... 3 ft", 25 799...,
S00.... 3 10 45 7SS....
TEN AS ANn 1NDTN Tr;r:RS
IRSmeal 9S7.... 3 50 24mea1101.... 3 40
loomealiw.,.. 305 24meal 905.,.. 120
40stk. flOl... 2 70 I 20 75G.... 2 45
TFVAS ,vn INDIAN Cows.
SI 7G.1.... 2 10
121 717.... 2 05
717.... 2 05
2G G94.... 1 G5
TICVl.S AND INDIAN' TH'I.LS.
25 1.... 175 I 1 1570.... 2 50
TEXAS AND INDIAN CALVES.
113....... 7 00 I 75 HT .... 5 00
7"a1f...107rt.... 3 50 I 32 9C0.... 2 SO
coLon vno cows.
l'i W. ... 2 10 I
HOGS Movements for the past 24 hours:
Thero was a marked Improvement In tho
market yesterday. The run was only fnlr,
and the surrounding markets all snowed
more strength. The result was free trad
ing from the stnrt. Packers were quick
buver. anil there was somo order demand.
Values nded 10!?20c higher, and tho pens
weie elenred ratlv. The extreme range
was J3 30H4 05; bulk of sales, $.i GOJf.l.SO.
Slgrass 754.,.. 2 V,
31 540.... 1 70
GO 759.... 2 10
27G 700.... 2 00
No. Sh. Av. Price. No. Sh. Av. Price.
Slln. SO 173 $2S5 J 7H 7. ioi M40
SO .. 133 3 43 i S4 20 139 3 50
If") .. 142 3 50 110 40 172 3 55
50 120 179 3 57'$ GO 240 1SJ 3 50
G5 120 1F0 3 55 77 200 211 3 67W
97 12(1 210 3 GO 103 .. 2irt S GO
51 SO 2G1 3 G5 91 ..209 3 G.".
10.1 40 195 3 G5 101 ..211 3 ."
102 . 211 3 70 SO .. 205 3 70
CO SO ?i!3 3 70 7 120 20G 3 70
77 .. 211 3 70 S2 120 2G1 3 70
70 .. 217 3 75 8. 40 211! 3 75
S3 40 217 3 75 77 .. 225 3 77'a
71 SO 25V 3 SO 72 40 2.1(1 3 SO
71 . . 220 .1 SO 84 40 219 3 ST.
50 120 242 3 S5 7S .. 211 3 90
CT, SO 3.11! 4 00 4G 40 373 4 05
R; .. 120 3 00 SO 40 174 .145
71 .. 140 3 TO 51 .. 142 3 50
S7 .. 101 3 55 35 .. 175 3 GO
7.1 SO ISO 3 55 99 SO 181 3 55
95 10 ISO 3 51!. SS SO 201 3 60
51 40 199 3 GO 74 .. 2K! ICI
74 .. 221 3 G5 S7 200 210 3 f.5
75 40 2114 1 G5 S3 40 211 3 70
St 160 220 170 71 ,. 23G 3 70
05 . 243 3 70 58 ..229 3 70
') 1C0 235 3 70 S2 .. 210 3 72','s
SO .. 221 3 75 77 .. 218 3 75
f.S 10 225 ir S3 .. 210 3 771;
S7 .. 217 ISO G5 .. 271 3 80
SO SO ?'1 3 SO 5S SO 311 3 85
77 160 277 3 90 64 SO 2." 3 90
71 2G5 3 95 1G ..400 4 00
SHEEP Movements for the past 21
There were not many in yesterday, and
the market was slow for the want of offer
ings. What few on tale were sold without
trouble, and prices ruled steady, both of
good muttons and tho best class of
HORSES AND MUI.I
the past 21 hours:
Av W. rrl-
109 $2 S5
91 2 75
147 3 70
85 4 15
There continues a want of life to this
market. Dorses have sold worse the past
few da)s than for somo time. The offer
ings were poor In quality, and buyers both
backward and beat hh. Tho demand con
tinues mainly from the South, the East
bu)liiB but few, und wanting something
nlco At the auction sales by the Stock
Yards horee and mule market Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, there were 29
druft, fair to good, sold at $5i)OiHiGriJ0; 2J
good to choice drivers, '7.Wf73.og; 55
streeters, $10 WU 47.50. and 108 fair to good
Southern mares and geldings, $.10 COS 37,50.
Mules have been doing a little better than
horses, though prices nre no higher. We
note the sale of 28 mules, W, hands, nt
$10.00; 20 mules, 15 hands, at $57.50. lloth
lots to go South.
Mules, 14 to 14'$ hand $25 CeVfUlO 00
Mules. 15 to 1M hands ,,,,,,,,,, 45 WM 65 00
Mules, 16 to 1CVJ hands 60 00 90 00
Horses Southern 15 000)3)00
Ho. ses Streeters SO (W3 40 00
Drivers ..., , 45 oog S3 M
Draft 40 00 85 00
LIVE STOCK UY TELEGRAPH.
St, I.oul. Mo Jan. 31. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 4,900; shipments, 2,300. Market
steady; fairly aettve. Native steers, 1.100
to 1,200 pounds, $3 9034 20; light welgths,
3.10f3.35; cows and heifers, $1,757(2 85;
mockers and feeders. 12 WaZM; fed Texas
and Indian steers, $3 2.503 90; grass steers,
$i25fi.30; grabs cows, $1,001(2 25.
HOGS Receipts, 5,900; shipments, 3.100.
Market actlie, strong, steady to Be higher.
Oood heavy, Jl.0uii4.10; good mixed and
light, $3 95ii4CO; pigs, common and rough,
(3 90 and below.
SHEEP Hecelpts, 1,800: shipments. 100.
Market about steady. Lambs, $4 0OS4 50;
mixed. $3,401(3 85. '
Omaha, Neb,, Jan. 31. CATTEE Re
celpts, 1,000; butcher' and caniiers' stuff
was In limited supply, very good demand
and llrm. Veal calves averaged steadier
and bulls, stags and rough stock, generally,
sold at good, steady price. Iluslness fa
stackers und feeders was quiet. Reeves,
$3 003-125; stockers and feeders, $2.(juiQ3.2S;
cows. $1.4033.00. '
HeVlS Reoelnts. 5.000: ton was $4 00 for
J.hog that, were nt aa good at the 451.00
hog lesterday. Fnlr io good how,,oJ3
largely, around Mfff3.7. ns against JJfora
3 70 )Hterdny Lleht slurt nnd pigs sold
down around $2.7Mf3.40.
SHEEP Receipt. 1,000; demand fair.
Trade was brlk and price quotably llrm.
Native mixed, $.135.
Chicago. Jan. 31 -CATTLE-Recelpts. II,
0)0. Thete wa Jut a slightly belter turn
to the cattle market The better feeling
was due In part to the fact of continued
light offerings and partly to the faiorablo
reaction In the grain and provision mar
kets. To-day's, offerings were closely
bought up on n liasl of $3.0O5i$5 G5 for very
common to strictly prime steers, tl.MX?3.75
for poor to extra cons, heifers and bulls
and J2.rsVrj3.75 for stockers and feeders.
Texas cattle were In demand nt $2 00111 "5,
according to quality. . . .
HOGS Receipts, 33.0iM. Swine sold high
er to-dny In everv Instance. Some prime
hog held over from yeterdny sold 20c
above the best bid received that day, and
thete were many trades that showed
rcnrcely fie advance. A majority of seller,
quoted the market ufllOc higher nnd the
aiernge gain was somewhere between
thec rigure, The choicest of tho heavy
hogs were taken at $4.30, and there were a
few rales of prime nsorlcd light nt $4 05,
The major part of the 40,000 hog offered,
however, went out of sellers' hnnils nt $3.Si
ii74 0) for light nnd at $1.0034.20 for nver
age of oi er 20) pounds,
SirBEP-Hecelpt, ll.poo. The markets
were firm nnd unchanged. There was a.
good demand nt $2,607100 for poor to choice
sheep and nt $3 50ff!,75 for poor to choice
Iamb. An exporter pnld $1.15 for n bunch
of fancy sheep nml there were n few a1es
of lamb nt $3!Ot3!K). Culls were quoted
at $1.7532 25.
New York, Jnn. 31. Cotton steady; mid
dling. ."sc; net receipts, 856: gross, 1,642!
exports to Great Ilrltalh, 1,365; exports to
Continent, 400: forwarded, 325; sale, 5S1:
spinner. SI; stock, 151,041. Total to-day net
receipt. 35.OS0: exports to Great Hrllsla.
1G.S63; to the Continent, 6,819: stock. 1,033,
303. Consolidated net receipts, 158,613; ex
ports to Great Hrltaln, 93,437; to France,
323; Continent, 40,961.
New Orlean. La Jan. 31. Cotton fu
ture steady; ale, 43,100. February. 6.1(Vn
5.12c; March. 5 22fT5 23c: April, 5 22135 23c:
May, r29fl5 30c; June, 5 35fi5 36c: July, 5115)1
6 42c; August, 5 46C5.I7C; September, r..49fji
5 51c; October, 5 51515 55c; November, BSSij
Hyp nml Seeds.
Chicago, Jan. 31. Rye No. 2, caBh, BOo;
May, 5114c. Flaxseed No. 1, cash, $1.42;
May, $1.41. Timothy seed Cash, $5.75'a5 SO.
St. Loul, Jan. 31. Hye No. 2, cash, 51c.
riaxsee.l Cash, $1.38. Cloicr seed Cash,
$7."Off8.ir. Timothy seed $5.23ifi5 GO.
Toledo, Jan. 31,Clover seed Actlvo and
steady. Cash and February, $3.25.
Lpnil nn.l Zinc
New York, Jan. 31. Lad Strong. Domes
tic, $30215. Spelter Dull; domestic, $3 20.
St. Louis. Jan. 31. Lead Firm. Spot,
$2.9j73.00. Spelter Steady; Spot, $2.93.
NEW PASSENGER SERVICE.
From Kansas City Via the llurllngton
"DENVER SPECIAL" leaves Kansas
City dally 10.50 a. m., solid train; arrives
Denver 7:30 a. m.
"RURLINGTON NEW LINE.VIA BIL
LINGS," for Puget Sound and Paclflo
Const from Kansas City, leaves at 10.50
a. m. dally.
This line gives patrons an opportunity
to visit Hot Springs, South Dakota, Black
Hills and Yellowstone Park, and it Is the
short line between Kansas Cltv and Hel
ena by 3S5 miles, Butte 315 miles, Spokane
474 miles, Seattle 140 miles and Tacoma 113
This Is the most marvelous scenic route
and perhaps the most interesting across
Round trip tickets to all Paclflo Coast
pclnts via this line.
For full Information address H. C. Orr,
iitirungton Jtoute, Kansas city. Mo.
I.os Angeles Without Clinngp.
The Union Pacific is now running one of
the latest improved Pullman Palace Sleep-,
lng Cars every day In the year from Kan
sas City to Los Angeles, via Denver.Chey
enne, Ogden nnd Sacramento, This car
leaves Kansas City at 9:30 a. m. on the
California and Oregon fast train. This
train Is lighted with tho celebrated
Plntsche gas, heated by steam, and Is ves
tlbuled throughout. Magnificent Pullman
dining cars on this train. Only dining car
line Kansas City to California. The Den
ver fast line leaves Kansas City at 7:30
p. m., nrrivlng In Denver nt 2:20 p. m. the
next day, noon. The Union Paclflo Is the
only line making this fast time. Pullman
Palace buffet sleeper nnd free reclining
chair cars on this train. It Is positively
the shortest and quickest line to Denver
and San Francisco. No other line oftera
equal facilities. City ticket oflices, 1000
Main street, 1038 Union nvenue, and Union
station. Telephones 1109 and 10SC.
J. U. TRAWLEY, General Agent.
Winter Tourist Hates to Texas nnd
On October 1. and continuing until April
30, the Katy Route, the Missouri, Kansas
& Texas railway, placed on sale round trip
tickets to tho following points, at rates
Austin, Tex., $28.90: Demlng or El Paso.
$44.90: Eddy. N. M., $40.30; Galveston, $32.00;
Houston, $30 000: San Antonio, $31.43. Ticks
ets good to return until June 1st, 1895. All
trains equipped with free Reclining Chair
Cars and Wagner Palace Sleeping Cars.
The only lino offering through sleepers
to San Antonio.
Far full information, folders, etc.. call at
823 Main street, or 1041 Union nvenue.
St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 31. When the stnte
senate met to-day Uovernor Knuto Nel
son's resignation. In view of his clecton to
be United States sonator, was read, and
Lieutenant Governor dough was formally
sworn In ns governor by Chief Justices
Smart. Iloth branches of tho legislature
then took a recess of half an hour to pay
their respects to the outgoing and Incom
TRUSTEE'S SALE By reason of default
In the payment of a principal promissory,
noto dnd the last maturing interest note,
described In a deed of trust, executed by
William II, Trltsens, unmarried, to the un
dersigned trustee, dated January 16th,
1S90, filed for record January 21st, 1890, In
the olllco of the recorder of deeds for Jack
son county, Missouri, In book II 399, at page
224, I, the undersigned trustee, will, pur
suant to the terms of said deed of trust,
and at the request of the legal holder of
faltl notes, sell at public vendue, to th
highest bidder, for cash, all of lot number
four (4), In blocs number two (2), In T. A.
Smart's addition to the City of Kansas,
now called Kansas City. Jackson county.
Mlssouil. at tlu west door of the Unlteel
States custom house, at tho southeast cor
ner of Ninth and Walnut streets, In Kansas
City, Jackson county, Missouri, on the 22nd
day of February. 1895, between the hours
of nine o'clock In the forenoon and five
o'clock In the afternoon, for the purpose of
satlsf)lng the said Indebtedness and the
cost of executing this trust.
WHIPPLE LOAN AND TRUST COM
PANY. Trustee, by A. A. WHIPPLE, it
TRUSTEE'S SALE By reason of default
In the pa)ment of the principal note. de.
scribed in a deed of trust made by Charles
p. Deatherage and, Elizabeth M. Deather
age, his wife, dated the 12th day of June.
18s9, and recorded on the 19th duy of June.
1SS9, In book B 315. at page 438. In the of!
lice of the recorder of deeds for Jackson
county, Missouri, at Kansas City, J will,
by virtue of the premises and of the power
In dm vested by said deed of trust, and nt
the request of the legal holder of said note,
proceed to sell all of lot numbered 4. In
block numbered 4, In McKlnney heights,
an addition to Kansas City. Jackson couni
ty, Missouri, as shown.by the recorded plat
of said addition, at the south front door
of the court house In Kansas City, between
the hours of 9 o clock In the forenoon and
5 o'clock In the afternoon, on Thursday,
the 21st day of February. 1S93. at publlo
vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash,
for the purpose of paying said note and tha
cost of txecutlrg this trust.
A A TOMLINSON, Trustee.
Kansas City, Jan'y 29th, 1893.
VtOTICE IO STOCKHOHHIHS-The annual
J-i meeting of the stockholders of the Mer
cbauts'Nitttonal bank, of Kansas City, Missouri
will be held la Its onice la the New York Life
bulldlog, Kansas City, Ma,onSaturday,vhe2ad
day of February. lbU. b-lween the hours of S a
in. and 3 p to., for the election of directors and
transaction of auy other business that uuv
legally come before theuisettnu
W. It (,'LAHKH. Presld.at.
THE firm of Mlsohler & Son has this
day dissolved partnership by mutual con
sent. P. P. Mlschier withdraw liit." from
the business: Fred J. Mlschler to contlnuS
business at the old stand, where he would
be pleased to see all his old customers
P. P. MISCHLER.
. f'ltED J, MISCULE