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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL VlllDAY. APRIL 5, 1805.
O. ?. MOSS,
Gram, Provisions and Stocks,
XltlN.w Iork life Itlilg., KniiMt lll),Mn.
OlllP.tt? TAKEN l.N'
Oi-iln, t ooo bushels an I lipmirds. fnmmlf
Hon, per mil Stocks 10 shares nnd
upwards, commission per cent. Pork,
to bbl nnd upwards 2&c per ubh. , Ribs,
1,1X0 bbl nnd upwards .' per IW lbs.
MIN1.MPM MAIKIIN-Otnln ic per bu S
fito. kit, Jt per hm, l'ork, 2nc per bbl.:
Rlb, 10c per l") lb
TELEPHONE NO SI1S
BANKERS AND INVESTORS
Warding eh.iii r high gn'e Ituslnos Paper.
U n 1j II ml. Sto ks nr oth. r investment
Sc uMtl or lion! i in nil I arm Miri
rs' I-niiti" or lo 1jii r sell Improve t
Ciy lluiiir er H dence Proi rty or
Imiirovid Pnrm i ill in or correspond
with M II Alii I.I. Mahntter
(UK M1UA li. ('. 1 IIM MISSION ( tl..
MJlii hi w nre -In 1 1. Kunsi (II). Mn
li Icplione N.i, I. Ml I.
Houston, Fible & Go,
BONDS, STOCKS ' "V-Vi'i1".' "'
frit Mi t iiin Mn rl,
hium ( y Mo.
CHAS. SACHS & 00. ii
(uintti. r 1 it I'iirt 1 ur lf,u J.tfltittet,
DIH Dolnworo St Tol. 1505.
W. J, Anderson f'S!
If III lanare s.t K it a li'y Mj ( ominerclal
Paper mocks . I lima. Ileal 1" te Loins
H. P. WRIGHT & CO.,
STOCKS nnd BONDS.
S rl f r ciiir Woikt) Quotation Circular
th mi j luilar publl Ulon of prices of
loi il Hoi J at 1 Stocks in lids market.
ARMOUR BUILDING, 500 UELAWARL ST,
ii mi mi, no.
The local money market veterJns
rhoned a llttli more life rhen wa a
bettir ir.iinirj from the i nm rv on ri dis
count that, for some diis- prcsum t ll
Mo k feeding piper Itut home borrowers
were asking for but little assistance Ra'es
i-'end) at '.SiS per cent Currenc) ship
ments to the cotintr) light Hank clear
Inge, $1,l7 04'. same das last soar. $l si.,
213, a dcreue of JUT h.l a Ios of ti per
cent Eastern, exchange tlrm and in fair
Houston Plble .v Co exchnngo brokers,
quote as follows New iork. SI 23 premium,
Chicago, 50c premium St Louis, 4oC prem
lum fnh balance In the treasurs vesterdas".
$lii.3A,bl3, gold reserve. $.n il,6i7.
I mil Mink Moi I Otiotl.tlon..
Thu follow Ins arc the bid and asked
prices of stocks of Kana Clt b-inki und
other IOi.al securities, as furnished b II I'
richt . Co, brokers, Armour bulldlnc
iii, . .1..1
Anerlcnn National Iiink
Cltlinni' Nitlo'iil Jtink
rir-it National Ilnnk
Intertate Nitional II ink
Metropolitan National llank .
M dland N ulon il liink ....
-Ml'sourl National Hank
National Hank of ("'omnierct
1'nlon National li ink , . ..
"ll-ouri SaMngs Hank . .
Jlechanlcs' Hank ... .
Kinsa Cit state Hank
New Knslind Sif Iepolt .
Kanas (!ty tock i nrds
Metropolitan Mrret Rallwa..
Kandi City Cable Hallway .,
tnited States Irust Co
IIiiiip at llfinie unit Abroad.
New lork, April 4 Money on rail ciJ
nt Sd-ij per tint, prime mi rcnntlle piper,
"Ms p'r cent Hti-rllns exi h ini,e llrm
villi letuil buslmss In bankers bills at
JIMVifl St'? for ili mind nnd tl svi I V
for tlxty das'); pomid ratLs, tl JsSi M"
nnd tlwaiWi: commercial bills, tlS7jU
London April 4 Money, 'a per cent The
ite of discount In the oien inail.it roi
Hinrt and three months' hills Is ", nir 1 1 nt
'lliii wetklj Htatiiiuiit of the Hank or i:n
(.land, Issu.d to-d.15, llows tlii tiillnwin'
rhanKCf .m compiled with the pitlous
aerount Tolil uieri d, itiaMd vIin.i,
tlrrulitlon. irn n used, fW.imn. bullion, In
ireiscd, fll070, oth"r tcni llli s. dii.ri ied,
"1S(W, other deposits iI.'lti i-ih! f7inju
public deposit, noiii imiI, Il.Rsiji.j, notes
resere, dern .led faiomj, Bni.nimoiit so
(urltlts, del rensed. .( The ptopoitlou
of the Ilink of Knkl.uul'H nwrin to lla
blltt, hlch last WLek was C" 79 pi i cent,
Is now w A pet cent. It itu still 2 per
Ntw York. April 4
b il uices. St.MJlG
Ilomon, April I Clearings, S14,S73,G:0. bal
an s $l,n:7 7tti
Hultlinore. April 1 Clearing, $;,I77 9IS,
I hlladelphl i April i C'learlnijs, J13.773,-
er1 l,,l.nn.. l - i" c?rt ' '
UW u.l lll.li ,l,lillii
f luclnnatl, O Apill i
Now York cxihntiKt,
CI nines. $? .'P. lfx
-Money (, pet eenu
i hit iho. Ill April 4 CltarliiRs, J1701I,-
New York itliam:e, 71c nrtmium
St rlitiK posted rates 31 '"Jii and S4 3 Monej
4 I . pel cent on mil. 5Bu per i ent nn time
si l.ouls, Jlo April I Cliarlnijs, jj fcH7,
i"v li i lances, f ',17 73' Money, Mlt per i ent
New York pw banc, &0i premium
Ni w Orleans, Ii April I Clearincs,
i ; w; '
Memphis Tcin, April I -Clearings $3CC -4.
balames, W.Sll. Ilaetcrn cMlianse,
I ondon. April 1 liar slher, 80d per
o im e.
w York, Apill I Slhpr (ertlllcites,
fc ViwSVJc. bar siher, C5c, Me-xlcun rtol
. w York. April 4 Cloving quotations on
tb. New York Stock exchanee.
Ifsuet . day.
At hion Is t
Ai liison ill A Su',
i mada Southern 4ds WP,
lnner iV. Itlo (Ir.mdi 4k sju
1 nM-r ,v itlo Uruude 7s nil,
I lie ids !',',
niral l'atllle uu lot
O II & b A 6 i
i. II A. h A "s . . ., bit
II unton A- Texas Central lis,. ,h
11 mton A T. xm Central iu,, . yji:
Mi-,uurl, Ka A Tex, Jt 4s .... 4J
SI ,-ouri Kas. ft Tex. 2d U . .. 5IW
Muuial t'lilcn bs lffl
."s v jerse rrairai Kenerai as .u;ii ni,
Noithern J'acllli. Uu ,m jiji'
Nilthein failtle 4Js wj jij
Northwobtein eotiBou ,, ,,uy
NorihwiBtirn H. V debentures, i)
htate ami Inn er.ilui lit Jluiuli,
. w Yoik. April 4 i 'losing quolatlona on
thu New orl. Slock exctiuiije
Tlilted .ittttrs I", rltercd
1 nltcd htutei. Is coupon .. ,
1 n ik s . .
1 8 niw couiKjii 4s . ,
I ilted 8ta.te os. reKlsietei)
I nlte.l biate &. aupon ..
I mud tatulea .' rculntered..
I'm dlo ts
AI llama, cluss A .,,.,,,,.,,,
Alaliamn, ilaas II .,,,,,,,,,,,
Alabama, tlass C
AUIiamt cuireuc) Uj
Louisiana, new loiikoU !il
North Carolina I l.
Nulla Carolln i 4s . ., lwi
bo u tli Carolln i non-fund iu
., ...n. uu,.,. 1 It, .. UritlLlTlulll .lt
'j i- iim c m, " M. .... ... or
amncuee i, in settlements
Tennektee ts, old feettlvinvnts
Virginia renturlt ,
allK4 anil JIui.iU.
JS"w York. April 4 'I he stork market to
daj wa InactHu and the net rculu of
the tradlni,- are InsiKiilllwint cxr,pt in a
few iulancc. A mujorlu of n shatts
dealt In show los.es as compared with ),,.
terda clo.iiii; jirlces, but few of the
aithe stocks are down more than a small
fraction. London houses uele on both
sides of the market, but their dealings
were not lartte enough to affect the specu
lution and the dullness of Anicilan bc
curltles on the London stock exchange
rathi-r discouraged operallons on the board
here bugar, wh'eh was niost prominent
In the transaetions was offered Ireely In
ihe early dealings, but found read) buers,
Dutluu the day, honour, t-u sella:, II-
H.o (JramK Western lata ., .. (yi.
h1 I, A B. I' Kener.ll fc 107
h I'.ml lonsoln, 7s jj.
ri I. , I SI rfeni r.il 5. 73
hi I' ml i' A I' W 6s ...... ,,u.'
I xu I'mlli li-tu f,7n,
'I is I'm IIP 21s . , ., n;
1 null I'll Uu litn of ".n, ,, pdi.
Weil bliorc -U luo'J
titiic far more numerous' than the bnsers
nnd the stock rave way under pressure.
Thi pelllnit wns nttrllmtfil lo diitlfnc
tlnn of the teport of the trtit nicd In .Mas.
Mrhuett, which it l Mid Is the only
Mntcment to be tnnde public The senernl
market opened stromr mil wa nirly well
held tiiirliiK the mornlnR, but in the after
noon there was a er senenl depression
an! most "hates traded in fiorded re
action" th market, howccr, stendlnc
lliir at Ihe elope.
Tradlnit In bonds dtiMnif tin day was
moderate with n decided heaUnes to the
sp'i iilallic Uslie.
. Closl tif nnolnllons on the New Tork
KtneltR V.t'iMVTfl.il V.
Ati bison It H fi4 I"1
Adams Hxpress .,. In
Mtoti A Jrr Ilnitte 7
American i:vpres Hi
Unltlmore .v- Mliio 11
I'rtiiinii fiiinc ts
( mi la Southern ...A ... 4i
t .iitnil I'urltlr . I
I hesapeake A l)lio liW
Clilcaco A Alton llf
i-nicaco. iiurilnelon & Qiiinc),. n;
f IiIcbbo A i: Illinois pref'd .
t'-jnsoli lated tlis
(' f l A- t I,
I dondn rttel A Iron.
I nlnhiiflti 1HI A ll-im lifnf d ... CI
Colorado Coal A Iron 8'i
Cnftnli lltl .'..rtlflrnles 2i
lleliwire A llu Isoti . . . Ui'i
Hi law ire La knwannn A W I'
Iirmer A lllo Orande 12
li A it it pnfd 74
insnliers c r ii 11
1 1' turner A. Oulf 4'4
1 rie pref d f's
Houston A 'ictus Central H
Hem ml Hlectrlc 33'.
ilreat Northern pref'd W7
Illinois Central 7iJ
Kansas A Tevas pref'd W
I ike "hore 117
I ake 1 rt" .t Western . 17S
L 15 A prefd 7I
Lc 1 1 1 tust 1514
Louisiill. A Nishvlllc fiUi
l.oiiisiiii a. New Albany 7
Minhiitlnn Consolidated 1I3U
Jtemphls A Charleston 10
Ml hlftati Central !1
.Mlnnesoti A St Loulu '.' '1
Missouri 1'iclile. '."S'.
Mobile A Ohio 15
Northwestern prefd 13
.National Cordace S'4
Nitlonil I'ordano pref'd f's
North I'nclllc I's
North l'aclllc pref'd K'
National Linseed OH Co ""Hi
New ,Ii rsej Centnil M
New ork Central 93s
North Amerlcnn Co 41-
Norfolk A Western prefd .... H
Nashxll.o A ChattnnnoRi 70
New ork A New Knul.ind 17
Ontario A Western P'i
Oregon Nnliratlon 17
n, s l a. r N ci.
Oregon Improxemnt Co
I'm 111. Mall SCo. . .. 22's
I'eorli Iiecitur A. I5nnsllle. I1?
1'tillman Palace Car Co 1!,
Itlo Onnde WcMern bS
Hlo Grinde Western prefd .... 37
Itoek Mind, A l'aclllc C3H
M I'.ml 57'j
St l'anl pref'd ll"j
St Pull A Onnhi ".'
st Haul A. Omiha pref'd lt.
Southern I' u ilk 17'i
sufcar Hellnety Co ..101"s
T ,V A .e. N' M 2
Tennee c nl A Iron 17i.
Texas I'n Itle . 'ii.
Toledo A 1) C prefd . . 7
I nion I'm I fit . . . 11
1 nited si ites I pte . . 41 ,
W heeling A. Liki Lne 1-
A. 1. 15 prefd 41
absh St Louis .V Hi ldc nt,
Uibish SI L .v. ' pief'd 14'.
M ells 1'irgo i:press 101
estern I nion Ti legraph S't
I I mi it.
III n: t.itvss,
im. 1. 1,1.
4 AM. MII'IIS
And li MtDI.N
(,AItl)L IDOIs. stud for 'US Catalogue.
Trumbull Seed Co.
I I -Mi s. I iinin i. . v INS s ( I I . Ml)
C D ritHNCII President
V IAN NULbON, bccretiry nnd Treasurer
I si isi Isiu ti 1.X7H.
Orders exe.utid for future delliery of
Ornln and I rolsions
Koorns 2u 21 and 22, Kxclnnge bldg
Priat wires to ChUago, New iork and
TUB CUAIV .MAHKICT.
In store Wheat. 191 'i2 bushels; corn,
2M.310 Im-diets oats. JTA Cb bushil, and
r 27 1 Im hi 1".
WHLAT-ICneipts 21 hours . .. 1 2i0
Knmc time list jiir . . 23 4 iO
'liiire wis verj littlo inoiiiiicnt In this
gi iln estiida Thire were no fresh u
nlpts to si eik of and ele nor men were
iskltig aboM- buers' Uews, hence .1 dull,
but ueadv market. Hy simple on trick,
on the biHln of the Mltslsslppl rlxer (locii
1, per buslul iPbs) No 2 hird, 6WClc,
No I hud rMjTDc No I h ird, f.7f3Sc, No
2 ted, COfiM'.c, No J red ZV.i' '9'.c, 2 cm
local at M1.' . No 4 red, 57'uc
COltNItee elpts 21 hours 15 2 0
S inin lime last ear Alt CO
Marki t slow and lower Demand filling
off and mixed '-c lowir to sell and white
a ient H sample on tr.uk her. at Kan
sas Cltj No 2 mixed 4 tarn at W.i, 1
car tpeilal billing it 4k No i mixed, 4214
fi42Sc, No 2 white. 45c, and No. i white,
(MTjj-Itecelpts 24 hours .... . 10 000
Same time last letr . 11 1100
There was n fur deiunnd esterdn, both
for mixed and white, and calms ruled
steidj Thue was no bujing ahead, how
eer bujers onl taking sin h lots as need
ed for immediate use 11 simple on tr.u It
hele nt Kansas Clt No 2 mtxid. 1 ur
at 29c und i 'ars at .""ii No 3 mixed, 2!f(
JSijc 1 car choice at ."ie No l mixed, nt
27'i.c, No 2 white 31fS..'. 1 car nt 224c, No
3 white 29'i'iiJO'jc No 4 white, 2St(23l:c
UYI5 Itei cipts 21 hours
bame time list tat . . . ...
None coming In. hi nee nothing with
nhlih to make a m irket l'rkes nominal
ll sample on track lure it K inns t
No 2, RHial'.e. 1 1 ir at 5Pii , No 3 UflSJe
I'LOl'lt Stead but selling slowlj No
bujlilg ahead. We nuote is follows Soft
wheat per 100 pound sick patents tl JCrtf
.33 extra fancy $t OOfTl 15. fancj 90.QJIM
cholci 85'iJ7Jc, bard wheat, per 100 pound
sack patents JlSOTillo straights, ji u,f
I JO bakers'. 51W2123, low grades., 6y75q,
COItN Mi:t-Stead but slow- sale
Quoted at vi per iwt bulk
COItN CHOP Dull but steady Quoted
at K0e per cwt sai ked
CLOVIIH Si:i5D Slarket firm nnd In
good demand. Quoted at J7 ttgs 00 per
L TIMOTHY snt:r Stea.lv and In fair
diuinnd Quote I at JI 50Mii per nt
MI Ll.in' .selling fairly an 1 Millies un
changed Common, tl 25tll I'J. O. rman, tl 10
Ji 1 M
ri,ANSni5D Crushers doing nothing,
g.el selling at 1 IM per bushel
IlltAN-htiady and In fair deman 1,
S 1 k 1 CJi and bulk f2i ier w t
HAi -llecilpib 21 houi 320 tons
S tun' t tint li-t eui 1 in tons
Market st 1 1 and deman 1 fair lor the
llpptr LMltl We IIUOIC lla follows
Prairie uplind fnuj, ?s 'iirio o pir ion
rholi. MsV) No 1 i fin U1 No 1
Ji.lnj'fli In, I in I ml 1 h il 1 IfuKii r0 No 1
$.' rfuHO No . HWi "Ji tlmjthe 1 hoi e
14 N 1 1 $- ii i S 2 17 fi7 1
N 1 3 Si'j''ii7" 1 r mixed No 1 17 uoij
J7 M in 1 N . 4'. ) T -1
O. G-. 7TOf
1100-llU I nion Ao, Kansas City, Mo.
Srcno T,u: ,,,r,,den set-u Co.
5" l" W II. tall Slr.,.'!in Uuluui,
Jii lANs tllY . MtJ.
SEEDS, IMPLEMENTS AND TOOLS,
T. LEE ADAMS,
.rrilA Mil I.I I imiU'xNr.
sVts- I 1 lll I, Jt I I.M.I I II V,
1 ;n II .limit -M, (, ltlll N si 1 ,
huiiKi. I it), M. Poll. I IH MI'I'IIIS.
The second official fonrast of the wheat
crop In Northwestern provinces of India
suit that damp weather has mjuicd thu
crop from 2" to M per cent ocr nn nrea of
4 w i0 ncre.
Minneatiolls reirhed c cars of nlient
an I Diiluth IW i ars Je'terdns A cir nro
.Ml mcapolls reielied 20s enrs nnd Dublin
71 i nrs
Minneapolis mills Inst week mule H7,0oo
turrets of Hour, the preceding week lf6,(VJ
barr.ls, n jear ngo, lPo,ci barrels
t.vport sal, s of wlirnt nt the seaboard
"lncsdn were reported to be ISI.IM)
btinhels, nnd of corn 31,li bushel;
Hilling Ncssel with w.cirt bitshets of
whal which rleireel from New iork n
fm Ias ngo, bus been nbandoned til sea.
The four Atlantic ports rlenred for rx
liorl estenlny 125 fi bushels of nheil,
J"!") packiiges of Hour, 41(0 bushels of
corn and lo tm bushels of oats.
Ileerbohin now sas the world's crop of
wheat in li, nciordlng to the latest oil).
rial and other estlmites, was otili (',
(mi bushels greater than the crop of ll
Another old-timer drops out of the grain
business, Y. 0. Smith lenlng the linn or
Christopher A Smith, and will ko to bN
fruit r.trm lit California. Notice or tho
llrnrg uissoiution Is now being sent out.
A Lllrroool ertble sacs! 'Cable ndllces
from Argentine report the wheat surplus
turning out perloitslj short. There Is reason
to belli e I5urope will require considerable
American wheat tlu ensuing four mouths."
President Cable, of the Hoi k lslind, Is
Im lined to think th.il the perio t for big
decreases for the Western roads ended
with Match lie does not look for In
creases rlitht aw in. but thinks the fulling
orf after while will be less pronounced.
Cah wlient In Chicago Is now SSe lower
than In New iork, 8Sc iindi r Toledo 7c
under Ikilllmorc These arc the widest
margins tint Ime prexniled In nintiv
months It Is thought that n difference of
u letweett Chicago nnd New iork Mill
admit of considerable business for rlilp
meut L It Young, of llt!tchtnon. Ki . writ
ing to T .1. Templer under .1 ite of April 3,
sis: ' Mr Kenneck, .111 old buer, was In
to-day from Hnen lie. sns from here
to Hal en. nnd, In ficl. nil the mj from
here to Wichita, he onsders the wheat
crop praiticallj. worthless. He sa9 In his
opinion the prop ts for n uheil crop
are eri much poorer than the were last
ear at this time "
lesterdni's Cincinnati Price Current
sas Quite widespread rains hale fa
ored rptlng seeding, nnd Rlwn relief to
growing wheat but it largo portion of the
crop Is needing much more molstme. The
situation Is surrounded with much uncer
tainty as to the outcome There are no
Indlcillons of any enlarged marketing of
wheat There ate continued fair offerings
of corn In the Central West.
Among the mure Important decreases In
stoeks of aallible wheat last week re
ported b Hradstieet's and not In the
(.rain exchanges weie SvO,tX) bushels in the
Northnestern Intetlor clcwitors, tj',li
buhels at Manitoba storage points, 3l,tyo
bushels nt Oalitstuii and 31,00 bushels In
Mllwimkie lirlerite ,!ntors Corresnond-
Ing Incnases Included oul 0 000 bushels nt
Nen Oilnns and 37 01O bushels In Mlnne
aiKiIls private elevators.
No rain fell In nn state ea-.t of the
Hoiks mountains vesterdnj, and the
neither Is generally rU.ir with tempera
tures 13 to 20 ilegr.es winner, excepting
Kllghtl cooler In tho extreme South At
lintli states A low pressure area covers
the Hockv mount.'lns with the center
north of Montana, the Inrometer Is fall
ing Movilv, the temperature Is rltlng and
a few clouds Lathering 1'alr and warmer
weathei Is predicted, with possible local
showers in loni and Nebraska
The April Oklahoma wenther bulletin
sivs 'ihe condition of wheat Is very poor
evirvwhi'ie Throughout (central section)
I'.ivne, Log.in oklihomi Cinadlm, Klng
tNlier nnd Cleviland counties (the heivl
ist wheat ptodiulne counties) and the
northern central portions of Chickasaw
11 Ulon, from SO to 9o per cent of soft wheat
is reported Utile 1 and bird wheat some
whit Injured Manj Melds have been re
planted to oits corn, etc Throughout
the centril section of the tcrrltorj oits
wire gencrallv nonn during the llrst and
second weeks of .March and came up all
tight but were Injured and kept back bv
drouth The showers of the JOth and 31st
have been beni llclnl A largo acre ico has
been sown Corn planting ls In progress,
the Tueago throughout this section will
bo greitet thin last jear Considerable
L.irdenlng has been done and early pota
toes )il inted but nothing cm thrive until
a genet il so iking 1 iln falls Grass, too,
Is. verv bickward for this reason of vear.
M 15 Allison of Hutchinson, Kas, writ
ing to T .1 'Jemplir under date of April 3,
si 3 since arriving home I have ninde
vir etiort to learn the true condition of
the win it crop as I am connected with the
Newton A. 11 iMead mills that control nnd
operate four mills In the midst of the best
bird wheat district In the state Our mill
ptople ire feeling vtrv blue as to tho pies
ent piospect, and I must s ij tint It Is anj
tlun but encouraging I tilked to a Mr
Plem, who has 4 0 acres In bird wheat
four nilb s northeast of H ilstc id he thinks
in th, b st villi it land In ihe suite, and he
10I 1 mi th it he could hoi 1 ill the wheat
that is now alive on the whole 40o acrs In
one haul anil his other neighbors were in
tin same llx He has a brothel living about
the mine dinnie southwest of Halstead
and he tcpons the Mine conditions in his
nelghboi hood, our mill people have about
JO10 ams In hard vvheit that looks Ilk. It
might make half a irop with plentv of rain
soon It Is thin on thi giound and mas be
vvaithh-M, when hirvist omes The claim
Is made ill it the cxiiimi cold wcitlur
about three weeks nco killed the plant utt
er 11 had started to glow The snow we
had last Monda llvellfd up ev er thing, but
thi ri was not enough to amount to nny
peim.ment nod, unless ne m t more ritns
v.rs soon in I tluj keep up It h is cli.ired
up mil got warm again and the giound
lookb as dr as ivet Wc had some ftost
list night, ant a little he in exposed
pi ices, but don't think It hurt the fruit
Plums ai. d apriiots an In bloom "
Washington, April 4 Secretarj Morton,
In ordi r to prevint the monthlv grain 10
ports of the agtliultiital departnunt lrom
gi ttlng to speculators In advance, Ins
made ch inges In foitj-four of the state
agencies nnd furtlui measures nill bo
takni to prevent leaks Kecentl Secre
tary Morton tricked the speculators b a
trap laid to discover whether the were
obtaining ti. form nion fioni Uu department
from underground chaumls He arianged
that figures should be placed where the
could b, obtained b two fotmer imploes
of the department, who wen suspected of
lolluslou with biok.rs, whiih indli ated
th it the forthcomlt g repot t for Much
would show that the suppl of wheat In
the Uitlud States was ill union.) bushels
soon .aft. rnurdk be learned b a uUcrnm
trom Chlcaio lint speeulutors thi re nerr
predicting tint tho repoit of thi depart
ment would show tint the when supple
would be r.l.OiXHOO bu.ln Is The Man h
statennut, however, nppeirnl the next da
and shone 1 the .suppi to bo 71 (nM 00) in
ytead of 154.0iX, bushels hicretii Mor
ton )t that an ptitinlid advance In
formation vvhlih mas li ik out In the fu
ture la like!) to Ik tquull unreliable.
1 .-Nterdii7M Clil. i.bo Market
As furnished b Trench Hros Commission
Co rooms 20 21 nnd .2 Hxehinge htilldlng
ciptiuui,. I Clpelt I llli.li I l.uw. I close
' 1 1 1
Wheat. April i MS i IP, f MV M14
May . ... M'fi f.n in, k3
July . . 'M, r,t 1., fi,i.
Corn. April .. ,1 n. 41S v,"l
May . ... jili-j 41, 41. ii.;
July . 40; 17 4',i t7
Oits, April.. ) J9 .! " .!)
May . .. INN. ."1'. ."in ...
Jul) . -. :s-. 2S: 2V1
pork. April . 12 lo 12 hi 12 10 12 lo
Mas .. 12 12'3 12 JO 12 10 12 .11
July . 12 JI 12 121 12 J) IJ 11
Lird, April 0.1 I i, '.i 1 lot, ,, .,jit
May . . I' .'2'ji 1, 'III I, 'J21' 1, Dll!
Jul . 7 if, 7 12sJ 7 III 7 10
s ititis, April e 221 e ; ., jji 1, ji .
May . 1.221 (.30 ., i' hj7a
Juis I, s:'ji b 41 I, jji! 1, iji;
chletmo car lots Wheat, 11, corn, 11G.
l.stiimitcd rioelpts for to-da) Wheat,
2o eats com 'ilium oits, HOiats
WIII5VT Cash No 2 ml, r.P.e, No 3
r.d, 'J'.i , No 2 haul, SB'.i , No, J hard,
I'nrtN c.isi No 2 mixed, iw No 3
mix. I Im
OATS Cash-No 2 mixed, 2!.e, No. 2
MILLS COMMISSION CO.,
Ill J New )ork I Itu llullillii.
Trlrphoutaiss. KANSAS CITY. MO,
Dealers In (.It t IN und 1'llllMsloSs for
caili or future delivers-, and Itallroad NIllCKs
und HON II. Prompt attemlou ulven country
oiders liefer to-
NtW 12X01 VNn bAFK DEPOSIT & TllUST Co
Com ui iict.vi. AQl xcilh
Tin: I'iioiit ci: 11 vinun,
Quotations below are for Job lots. On
small lots higher prices are asked and ob
tained, enough being asked to tover entra
co.t of earliu for and lilting them. Thu
parties making small outside orders want
the best goods und selections. Dealers pre.
fcr to handle the goo Is In jou lots in
olralght consignments as received.
HlTTKll Itecelpts of choice tqble goods
light and values of such stead und llrm.
l.uw trade, however, coming In frccl) ;
slow bale and vvtak We quote as fol
lowe: Creamers Highest grade btpa.
tor. JSc; llncst Lathcrvd cream. 17c; Hue
CLOON'S offer on eggs.
Wo offer )ott at jour station for to-morrow's
shipments rrom points within 75 miles
of Knnsas city 9c per doten, cases returned
to depot here. Trom I'O miles of Kansas
Cll-. Vic, cases leturneil, 2iJ miles, S'ie',
rases returned. We pay 'ie cxtrn per dor .
ntvv Imrdnood cases Included. Ship by
G. 15. CL00N & CO., W,,.!,I m.
Mention the Journ il
fresh, good flavor, lflei fair to good, 12c.
Dairies Fancy farm, He! fair to good lines,
Ji Country store packed I'ancy. 12ci fresh
nnd sweet picking, 7c. lloll Choice, 12o;
fair c, poor, 7c. '
I5(l(lcv-Stendy. 1'resh, 10'4c
Iiri'rHllINl: Creamery grades. In 20 lo
CO tound tubs, solid, Use per pound, dairy,
grades. In 2.1 to CO pound tubs, solid, 134a
per pound, Holl, prints or brtcks,2 pounds,
in lo pound tubs i,j higher than solids,
and I pound lc higher than solids.
CHKKslEe ouot-l Herkimer counts',
N, 1, Cheddars, I let per pound; Crawford
count)', Pa,, ihiddars, 13c Per pound; She
biiygnn, Wis, twins. i;c
r, nneoov gnn, vv is
Missouri and Knn
lining America, i:4c
sns 11111 rrpji i. nn.
J.tVM l'OITLTHY The receipts a. little
letter nnd the demand not so good, t'nder
these conditions It Is no surprise that val
ues nre wenket, liens sold He off, while
the light receipts of turkevs did not help
them an nnd thev sold down nn equal
amount Springs, however, arc still l.'c.
Hens, oHc roosters, liS'ill's:; springs, llci
ttirke), hens, 7c, turkevs, tom, fHc;
iltul.s, fc; geese, Cue; pigeons, 7ec; Mill,
choice, ttvn Ivi) pound irtlu c.
DH15SS1-5I1 POt'LTHV Die recelpls nre
hardly worth mentioning. All that are of
fered now- nro city dressed nnd that kind
Is usually in nice condition. We quote!
Chickens. 7c! ttirke's, Sc; geese, 7c;
(JAMB The market Is quiet and uninter
esting. Values nre quoted nominally stendv.
Quoted! Ducks, teal, per dozen, tl M; mixed,
per doren, 70c; mallard, per dozen, J-TO;
lear, carcass. Northern, lliTlficj Southern,
llflnc, plover, per dozen, one: frogs, ex
tra large, 1125; medium, 2M40c; small,
POTATOES Tabic stock steady nnd In
fair demnnd. We quote: Home grown
nnd Northern, fe to the trade;
Utah and Colorado, clio'ee, 70ij7.le' com
mon, COfiCTc. Seed market Is still llrm.
Hoe, 71it!0c: lleiuty of Hebron, 7oH'0c!
Hnrly Ohio, Northern, 1 OOH1.10, native, 73
CAIinAOn-Ofterlngs light .and nines
firm California. Wtmn2 21 per cwt.
SW15I5T POTATOI5S-DU11 nt old prices.
lted, 25 i)c: elIow, SHJ7IOC per bti
v j.ejiii .viii.r.s jOLining prices
navv. California, per bushel. f2("Ti7210:
New York fanes, $2 10, country, JI "SitS 00.
cclcrs-, per bunch. C0JI70CJ horse radish, per
pound, 4c, onions, new, per bushel, tl 20if
I'liriTS Selling f.alrlv nnd prices Bte.ads-.
It.innn.as, large, tl.73it.'00, lemons, fancy
Messlnr., 3e",0s. tl CO, lemons, Malaga, tl if).
oranges, Mexican, t2 7.'Ti3u0; Washington
navels, t3 Wll CO, California seedlings,
fancv. t2 7,Vil3 00. California seivlllrirs.
choice, t2 23f2 60, cranoerrles, Cnoe Cod,
til OVill 10 per barrel- Jerscs. til TOTfll 50
APl'L15S Slow sale, but unchanged
Standard packed ranged at f3Wii4O0
per barrel, others, t2tiT3oO; fanes,
stand, to ooffa 50; Jcnnetlngs,t2enl00, wlnc
saps, t3&Ii5G0; Hen Davis, tlOOflCOO, com
mon varieties. t2 23
HltOOM COP.N Quoted: Hurled, green,
tHfiS'ie per pound, green, self-working. 4H
OiHc, red tipped, self-working. 4c; com
mon, seir-worklng. 3i25ilc, crooked, half
price; dwarf. SHIioc.
rJ5ATHI5ItS Prime geese, 35c per pound:
dark and soiled, 30e, mixed nnd old. lSfi30c:
1 per cent tare on small sacks and 3 per
cent on large.
IIONI5Y 1 pound comb, white. He; fall,
1 pound comb 13'fllc, 2 pound comb, Cali
fornia white, lf,iil7c. 2 pound comb. Califor
nia dark, 12013c; extricted. In cans, ij7c;
nWJV. .In Inrrels, Slide
HtL&WAX No. 1 amber. 22c per pound;
Onoi'ND LINS15I5D CAKI5-Quoted: Car
lots sicked, $22 09 per ton, 2 000 pounds,
tl 10 per 10) pounds.
NL'l'fc Jobbing prices: Cocnanuts, per
Ki, quoted at $1 0u 1'i'C.ans Missouri, jier
pound, 3ijc; lexas, ti-'arie: pecans, pol
ished, iftloc. Peanuts Virginia, white,
ran, per pound, 114110c; Tennessee, raw,
I'illGc, roisted, 7ftSc, Kansas, 314c, Itlck
on nuts Small, per bushel, tl o, large,
tl Hazelnuts 2'i2!;0 per pound. Chest
nuts ifiUic per pound.
D111I5I) rnirfl.S Sun dried: Apples,
choice, w per pound; good, .lc, poor, lc
Peiches Peeled halves, Sc, unpeeled
hilvis, i.e. unpeeled quarters, nen, 41-c.
I5vairated Apricots, California, Jells
cured 10c Apples Choice, barrels, ic; poor,
in boxes, 0c; poor. In barrels, 4c.
Wool, Hides unit l'elts.
WOOL Quiet nnd weak. Missouri and
similar rine SSlOc; fine medium. lOfllJe
medium, IJffllc, combing, U15c. coarse,
11i13c Kansas Nebraska and Indian Ter
rltors' Pine 7W10-. line nuillum iSllc,
medium 10(il3e. tombing. 125il4c. coarse, !i?
lie Colorado Pine, 7f(10c, line medium, hfy
lie; medium, lOIil.'c. coarse and carpet, 9ui
11i.',t.x""1 benv nnd nnd Ml7e
HIDL's AND PI5L1S Steady and In
fair clem uu! We quote as follows:
Urecn salted, freo of brands. No. 1, CH:C
per pound. No 2 5Sc; green salt
ed bulls and stags, No 1, Do. No 2, 44c;
green salted, butt branded. No 1, Cc No
2. Eijc, green salted, side branded, No 1.
Dc, No 2, 4 , green silted kips, 15321
pounds. No 1 re. No 2, Cc, green salted
ci r, i& 15 pounds. No 1, Sc, No 2, fc, green
salted hldis, Nos 1 and 2 and butt brand
ed around ft , crcen, uneurcd. No 1. 5c;
dr Hint hides No 1. Sc, No 2, 7i , dry salt
hides No 1 7i x0 0, dc Sheep pelts,
green and drs 101750c, drv 4f?6c per pound
1 ALLOW We quote No 1, 4'i.Q, and No
l'Vn?r;niccoon, 30It55c; skunk, 25c5Ttl 15:
mink 4)iioc, opossum Sltllc, muskrnt, 70
; x srav large, C0o(51 (0. red, large,
?5eil 110 wolf mountain large, J100'o2iO.
St Louis. Mo. Anrll J U'OOt T.i.l.....
quiet, tub loner Missouri and Illinois,
loarse, lie tine, 8'h12c, leans is and Nebr.is
ki tini, 'uilOi, midliim lOni.'c, heivs and
dins. 5iii, , lixas, Aikansis, Indian Ter
ritor, ti , medium lufd.ii tine, 5fJ12c;
tub washed fill to choici , l!)u20i-c, coarse
and low, 131j15i
There was a tlrmei tone lo the market
nnd 1 little more movement sesterd.i in
most hog products, but while there was
bettei feeling, there was no real advance
D S M15A1S (pirtly eured)-shouders,
cish, $125 per cwt short rib sides, cish
$ii2o long ilear sides, Jt. 20, short clear
sides st, 11
LltD lash M 75, April, to 73
(iKI515N MI5 lb Shoulders. JoOOSSlS per
cwt , hams $s ro
S P MI5 Vl'.s Hams, cash, 5S50fjS75.
A. J. GILLESPIE!
A. J, OILLHSPin
L J (ilLl.nspii:
T. K e:n.t.isiMii
Sa OO. J J V. UILLHSPIU
Commission Merchants, Kansas City block
Liberal advances made to parties feeding
stock Huslng fiedlng cattle on orders a
en. clalty Correspondence solicited. Tele
plionu No 1523.
MAUKI5IM II V lUI.UIillAI'il.
New iork, April I l'LOt'It Itecelpts.
12 1ml binels, ixports, t,.'io biriels. Kales
j.,mw packages, steads, except foi spring
patents, which ate wcik and lower to bell,
no expoil dun md Quoted. Cits mill
patents, MDOnlll, winter patents, 12 Ml
J 15, ills mill cleirs, t3 23f,ifco, vvlntir
strnlhhts, $2 35;2S0, Minnesota patents, $3 15
jJ 7a. winter . tras, tl'MuHO, Minnesota
bikers', $2 tun J m), winter low grades, $170
42 15, spring low grades, l.75iil -JO, sprlng
COItN .I15AL-Hteids. bales, 3f birrcls.
i,W sacks: sellow Wesieni, il.uJal 12 per
WIII5AT llec.ipts, 2 u)0 bushels, exports.
Dii.uou bushels, biles, J k.u,w hiislula. l'ul
liies, '2IMo litibhtls spot Spot I'trmcr, No
2 iisj. btoie and eleiatoi. W.o, nlloit, i,lo,
f o. 11 , ir.'i.o .tllu it, Options opened steads'
with 11 small local Hade und tilled Irregu
lar during the loreiiooti within u intiuw
I Hike .it pilits In Ihe afttiuooit lei.orth
of he iv) export purchnsis In in und at
outpotts causid utreaed strength and ac.
tlvlts, the close being 1i5ic over last
nlfaltt Jlas. CJ lS.Ji.iijc.on.e, closed t,ifo,
June, closi I tile, Jills, wVnCl J.11.C, eloseil
(.I'.i, August, buVdt'lsie, closed tiinje, Sep
tember, tili.fjiilV. closed til'.c; December.
HiVliil'sC, ilosed tili.e. '
COHN Itceelpts, lo 900 bushels; exports.
at bushels, bales; 210,be0 bushels futures,
l,2u0 bubhels spot. Spot I'lrni: sellow
steamer, 5tJie, steamer mixed, Co-c. op.
nuns i.uic, u.ie.wu.us .iiieu more active
les. li-l.tlljlj buslll Is flllnr. rf
35() bushels stiot. Spot Dull, No 2, AlSfii
il54c, No. 2 delivered. J13Il, No. 3. C2;
No. 2 white, SlUUSlYta, No. i white, on' c
track white, J71,?i41c. Options quiet and
eass. closing uuehanged to Sc lower, April
closed JJ';c, Mas, closed J3'j;c; July, !2Si
3Jic. closed AIV,
IIA Held steady; shipping, WQ 55c; good
to choice, Uiji75c per em,
1'HQVlSlONfaCut meats Firm; piekled
LAHD-Dulli Western bteiu cloned $7 29
...,. in Hue, urge wrii.10. witacai. large
2o'ii4ic,b, aver large 7 no, medium, t! CO
small, tl OOff.'OO, badger 50u71c. otter prim,
large, ti,00,i7lo medium, !iCOIj4 50, small
t.'niiii2 5i bear J15 0C
uiu. uihiier uu ugui receipts anil ssmpithy
with wheat, and ilosed SllSe higher. Mas.
Bl'.liSlc, closed 514u: Juli. Bl'ulH.c, closi
ed SI' c, Sojitembei, eloseil 51J.t.
OATo Hecelptb. 41 .'no bushels: exnorts.
1 7uu bushels, ba
nsked!. cllv, 6'4l?(!';c! sales, yo tierces;
April eloseil J7.20, nominal; May, $7.30osked,
POHK-Hrmi short clear, mBoflllM
. IU'TTI5H-Dullj Western dairy. S811'4e!
Western creamery, i:ij2lc; factory, Tbt?
JACi I.IKills. 1C.
SBil'ict small. 83
ill sklmn, l'Mf-'c.
m fresh, 13c; rc
12c: nart slcltns. 2U1MC1 f .1
celpts. P.412 packages.
St. Isuls, April 4 -rLdUH-rtecelptii X,
Ci barrels nnd shipments le.nio barrels.
Steady nnd In fair demand. Patents, 12 75
112 S3; xtra fanes'. I2 50M2M; choice to
rancv . $2 ifi2 30
WIIHAT Itecelpts S,(rt bushels and ship
ments 40.n) bushels. A further decline of
Sc was made this morning, but the mar
ket soon steadied, was for a time unset"
iieu, inier situeneu up nnu nnvanccii n
Sc above the bottom rate, closing SSI'lic
nliove cnterdn. nulllsb crop news kept
the market up. No. 2 red, cash, BISo bid;
May, 54c bid: Juls, fdSc bid,
COHN Hefelpls, 4,00 bushels nnd ship
ments lilnj buhel, Stronger with higher
Inclination In svmpalhs with wluat, clos-
ing v ?c nttove vesierufts, . mixeti,
rash, 42e; May, 43e asked; Jul), lo bid;
September. 4ISc bid.
OATS ltecelpls 11,0J1 bushels and ship
ments 14 () bushels, I'utnres weak gen
erally throughout the session, Spot llrm.
.No 2, cash, 30i.e and May 30Sc.
HHAN Steady. Selling nt TCKJ on east
Ht'TTnn Steady. Creamcrj lTfjlOe nna
I5(iOS Slow- sate. 1'resh. 10'4C.
n COHN .MI5A1-Qiilet. Quoted nt $2 lff
lbllIC-8landard me, $12 23, but noml-
nilly lower nt close. u
LAHD-Prime steitn. $0 71; choice, $f!S1
DHY SALT Mi:A1S-Hoxed shoulders.
$..(): longs, 11371,; ribs, fiico; shorts, t$Ki.
HACON Hoxeif shoulders, tW; longs,
tC73; rlb, MS74; nhorts, $7.12'4.
Chicago. April 4 I'LOl'lt Itecelpts 10.
("3 barrels and shipments f. ft") barrels.
Steady. Winter patont,t2fjon2 w, straights,
12 20(112 61), spring luteins, $3 10.13 50:
straights, $2 lo,u2 vj; bnktrs' grades, $1.7i11f
" He!TTr5U-SleadS'. Creamers', 1032iV, nnd
L'aas Unchanged. 1'resh, ll'4i712c,
Nen Orlenns, April 4 PHOVISIONS
J'OKK 1!3 12'413 2.1.
j.Aitii ltellncd tierce, S'lc.
HO.M5D ML'ATS-Dr) salt shoulders.DUc
II ACON Sides.
snenr cured. DtSrfTllte.
Oidlnary to fair, 3iieT
Extra fancy, $2 So; pat-
t'OIIX .MI5AL Steady, $210 per barrel.
HHAN Quiet, SUfiS2ijC per cwt.
COHN No 2 sacked, white nnd mixed,
C2c, vellow, C2g53c.
OATS No. 2. s icked, 33ft .".ISc.
HAY Prime tlmotli, $13OiliH00, choice,
LIv crpool, April 4 -WHEAT-Spot quiet,
demand poor. No. 2 red, winter, 4s Wil;
No 2 red, spring, 5s 2d: No. 2 hard, Man
itoba, 5s 2d, No 1 California, 4s lid. fu
tures opened quiet with near nnd distant
positions '.d lower, closed stead)', with
April and Mn unchanged, other mouths
'.d lower; business heaviest on enrlv po
sitions; April, 4s lUil; .Mas, Is 9d. June,
is J'id; Juls. 4s 9V1, August, 4s lOd; Sep
tember, 4s lOSd.
COHN Spot quiet: American mixed, now,
4s 2d. 1'utures opened quiet with near
positions unchanged and dlstnnt positions
id lower; cloed steids with September
'id higher and other months unchanged
from esterda)'s closing figures, business
heaviest on early positions; April. 4s 2'4d;
.Ma). 4s 2'4d, June, 4s 2i4d: Jul)', 4s 3d;
August, 4s 3'id; September, 4s 3d
1'LOUIt Stead) ; limited demand; noth
ing offering: bt Louis fine) winter, 5s 9d.
DACON Quiet, demand poor; Cumber
land cut, 2S to 30 pounds, Sis, short ribs.
2S pounds, lis, long clear, light, 3S to 43
pounds, 32s Cd, long clenr, henv), 53 pounds,
03s; short clear backs light, IS pounds, 34s;
short cleir middles, heavy, KS pounds, 32
Cd" clear bellies, 1 4to 10 pounds, "-Is.
SHOULDEltS Square, 12 to IS pounds,
IIAMss-ihort cut. 14 to 1G pounds, 43s.
TALLOW Pine N. A. nominal
HELP Extra India mess, 70s; prime
PORK Prime mess, fine Western, 5Ss
9d: medium, fSs Dd
LA HI) Quiet; Western, 35s; refined in
palls, Cos Cd,
Coffee nn.l Snirnr.
New York, April 4 COPTEE Options
opened dill at fill) points decline, ruled
gener.ills weik under lower European ca
bles and larger Hrazll receipts, closed
steady at 10 points net decline Siles, 7,250
bags, Inclu ling Mil), 14 CVill 70c; October,
II Wc; December. 14 lO'till 15c.
Siwt coifte Hlo market quiet; No. 7,
lf,c. Mild, quiet: Cordova, lsctiiJlSc. Sales,
300 bigs Matacalbo p, t
Coffee Santos llrm, CJood average San
tos lfi 01 Itecelpts, K,(f0 bags, stock,
2ol iX) b igs.
lltimbuig Steadv, unchanged to S pfg
decline S lies, 1 OuO b igs
Hlo St. ad). No 7 Itlo, 1G,M0. Exchange,
9 11-16: receipts. It. 00 bigs, cleared for the
I'nlted States, none: cleired for Europe,
2 000 bags, cleared from Hlo, S. S. Euclid,
10 CO bafs; stock, 13,00.
Wnrehouse dellviiles from New York
Scsterdnv 4 107 bigs; New ).ork stock to-das-.
14l2-,,'lSs I'nlted States stock, 1S7,
121 bigs, nlloit foi the I'nlted States, .61,
0i bags Total visible for the Unit
ed States, 4IS.I23 bags, against 4W.070 bigs
Sugar Haw, firm Siles, 4,150 bags cen
trifugal test at 3c, SS3 tons Muscovado
fi at 2 Il-lCc, 500 bigs molisses and sugar
at 2 7-10c; reiined quiet
Havre, April 4 Coffee Opened quiet,
'if decline; at 12 in barely steady, 4 de
cline, at 3 p m. lnrel stead), unchanged
to St? decline, closed stead) Vaf advance;
sales, 6,0n0 bigs.
New Orleans, Li , April 4 COITEE
Steadv itlo ordlnnr to fair, lSi,(l!ii,i
Sl'CiAH Slow sale Open kettle, choice,
2 Il-Iijc, strlctls inline. 2 U-lti'2'e: prime,
.' 7-ltio. good Hilr to fully full, 2S1J2 7-16c;
fair, 2 5-1t,'ii2'.e, common to good com
mon 2'.2So, Inferior .-ilil ll-loc, centrif
ugal plantation granulated, J-i.c, olf, J5,c;
choice white 3 7-1ieT3 S-lfl, off w hlte, 3Sff
.ISc, gns vvhlte, 3 l-lte, choice jellovv.clarl
Iled, 3Sc, prime. 3cJ l-16c, off, 23Ij2 13-10c,
MOI. Ssl5S steads. Centrifugal, good
prime, He, good common to fall, Cj7c,
New- Orleans, Li, April 4 COTTON
Putiires steads, sales, ?0'O April, 6 74c
bid, Mas, 6SiJ5Slc lune, CR0f5S7c: Jills'.
5 slfT5 92, August, 5 'en1'7, September, 0 00
fi. 01c: October, 6 0.lfn.olc, November, 6US
(idSc, Dieeniber, bODIili lie
New York, April 4 COT TON Easy;
mid, bSo; net recilpts, 1,111: gross, b,730;
exports to tho Continent, 3 J17: forwarded.
MS, sales 5.50, all spinners, stock, 221,000.
Total to-dii), net receipts, 15,312, exportb to
tin at Hrlliln. 4,i5t,, to the Continent, 13,
V73, stock, bbl 55.1,
lte nn.l Seeds,
Chicago, April 4 Use No. 2, cash, Clc;
MiS, Ste Plixseul No 1, cash l 3S';
Mij- $1.3 Tiniolhs seed Cash. $5"33S5.40.
Clover Mid April, it:') per cwt.
ht lJiils Apill I ll)e No 2. cash, 60c.
flaxseed Cash, $1 -li Clovei seed Cash,
$ J)1(S 41 'llinoth seed tl 73'n5 10.
Toledo, April I Clover si ed Active and
higher, Cash and April, $1 55,
Lend nnd 7lnc.
Now York, April 1 Lead Weaker. Do
mestic $201) Speltei Dull Domestic. $120
St Louis, April 1 Lead Quiet, $2 47'i.
KobtC. While & Co.
Live Stock Commission Merchants,
Kuns.,3 City .Stock YumIs
( niiKlcnini jiUhiuI 1 urn HpuuiU ikp Sotlrltril.
.'Miirkil Itijiurt Irtn Vum ApplUiitlcni.
ctsKiN CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP to
lur lltt It. milts A Nvw Company
Inpllal, Wlllll.llOl). lilepboiiu 1IU8.
liuiib.s Illy bt.uk luriU.
Miirkit ICe-purU I .in.lblii.l. Write us.
FARMERS, FEEDERS, SHIPPERS,
CATTLE, HOGS ami SHEEP to
Ben L. Welch & Co,
htuik luriU Ivuiis is ( Ity, aio.
Market reports furnished. Write us.
LI VIS STUCK SIAUUKT.
Itecelpts ut Chicago. St. Iuls, Omaha
and Kansas Cits Jealerday were: Cattle,
13.100, hogs, 31,200. and sheep. 15,500. same
day last sear, cattle, 17.200, hofib, 2J,2oO, und
tin ep. 17UJ0
New York, April 4 European cables
quote American jj "'-..i'jU'.iQ etre-ised
w-elghlt refrigerator beef, iOOIOSc No ex
CATTLt5 Movements 21 hours!
Hecelpls ,, .126.96.36.199 112
Shipments ...... ,,.,,, .....i.a.in 7
Drive-outs.. .,,.,. , :,02 f7
An nctlve and steady market was had
jesterdns. The run nns light, which fn
vored salesmen nnd enabled them to keep
the market well In hand Heavy steers
were hardly so nctlve as Wednesday, there
not being enough In to create competl.lon.
What few offering hrotmht steads prices.
Cows nnd heifers sold quickly nnd values
llrm. Blockers nnd feeders nlso active nnd
jnlues steady and firm on best offerings.
Hut few range cattle In and under the ln
fltienco of Hip light supply the) sold a little
higher. Milch cons fairly active nnd
steads'. Common, jtntfls; medium to fair,
$B!S. and good to choice, t30UI2.
No. Ar.Wt. l'rlc. No. Ar.Wt. Price.
DnESSEb.DEEr AND EXPOtlT TEEIt3
,t fi 1
30 tH20,...t Cfl
si i :-.i,,
. 5 11
. 5 20
. 4 M
. 5 sll
, 5 r.i
4 2 .
. 71 A..
.1 ISO.. .
4 6.1 I 27 fey., ins
I 15 1 12 73:
5 iVl I 4 fir
BTOCKERS AND FEEDERa
ItAUOE CATTLE-NATIVE DIVISION,
41 1201 ... 5 (0 33 10D6.
10 iS ... 4 10 I 12 S3I.
COLORADO IIEIE KS.
Ihny.. 1)21.... 4 (O I
RANOE CATTLE TEXAS DIVISION,
TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS.
25 107C.... 4 10 I CS 111.
21 '! ... 4 V) 101 102S.
2b4 .... 1034 ... I 10 I 65 1010.
Corn and grass fed
23 .... IKS ... 2 t.1 I 17 33.
.M II'. ..... ' I
TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS.
20 N70 ... 163 I S 7D0 ... 2
TEXAS AND INDIAN HULLS.
15mxd . 172.... 2 10
TEXAS AND INDIAN HEIFERS.
13 416 ... 2 S5 I
TEXAS AND INDIAN STAGS.
v.5 ... 3 20 I
TEXAS AND INDIAN OXEN.
10 .... 1130 ... 4 5.1 I
HOGS Movements 21 hours:
There was less life to the market jester
dav than for several da)s and values a
little loner. Packers weie rather Inde
pendent, and It was not long before n de
cline of SfllOc per cwt. was established, but
nt this reduction there was fair trading
and the pens prett) well cleared by the
close, packers and shippers both buying.
Extreme range, $150Q40, bulk of sales,
$1 6534 73
No. Sh. Ax. PrlceNo. Sh. Av. Price
7S 2S) M $1 10 Tl 7. 120 $4 40
KS 260 174 4 50 47 80 171 4 60
73 120 174 4 6.1 62 SO 174 4 70
40 SO 27 4 41 4S SO 1S7 4 55
'f, .. ISt 4 60 SI .. ISb 4 62i
71 40 211 4 6.1 6.1 .. 202 4 65
62 2u0 1'lS 4 b.1 97 120 200 4 61
b7 .. 221 4 6.1 S3 60 221 4 67'4
62 .. 216 I bTi W .. 230 4 67'4
irr 120 227 4 70 60 ..231 4 70
(.! SO 232 1 70 71 40 211 4 70
1.1 10 251 4 71 60 .. 247 4 71
71 SO 271 4 771; 41 KO b7 4 60
li) W 221 4 60 fli 60 323 4 S2'
111 .. 213 4 6.1 CO .. 2)1 1 SI
-s 20 123 4 31 41 .. 117 4 40
71 40 151 4 60 87 IbO 170 1 50
62 SO VA 4 0) V) .. 177 4 63
77 240 211 4 61 7S SO SO 4 57
HI .. 200 4 68' f 10 ..191 4 62
5.1 SO 214 4 61 S7 SO 119 4 fi
61 in 213 4 b.1 W 210 211 I i.l
66 120 191 4 6.1 61 .. 21J 4 6714
fl SO 233 4 67' 4 94 .. 201 4 67S-
67 .. 2."l 4 t.7'4 69 160 214 . 4 r7V4
67 .. 211 4 70 56 1.0 211 4 70
f) 40 210 4 70 71 .. 230 4 70
F2 40 183 1 72H 71 .. 221 4 71
70 .. 2.13 4 77S ") .. 2v1 I SO
6.1 .. 240 4 SI (A 60 271 4 SI
b7 .. .6.1 1 90 C2 ..236 4 90
SHEEP Movements 21 hours:
The offerings continue good, but as the
quality of tho sheep on sale was better,
bus eis took hold with less coaxing, and
old prlcts were not only fullv sustained,
but some of the 1k st offerings sold up 10c
per cwt Nclse Morris has located a buser
here, which is helping the market.
222 Colorado wethers
231 Colorado wethers
341 Colorado Stockers ,
60 N. .M lambs
S5 N. -M. lambs
520 fed N. M. limbs ,
Av Wt. Trice
.... 61 $130
.... 83 3 iO
.... 74 2 O)
.... b.1 4 Si
.... Isl 4 25
,...78 6. 1.1
,.,.10.1 4 71
....92 I A)
....110 4 23
.... (V 2 60
22S N. M sheep and lambs 10.1
620 reu .N 2,1 sneep
41b fed Western
30 spring lambs
HORSES AND .MULE
There was not much trading seslerday
In either horses or mules. Hut few- busers
In for the latter, while most of the good
horses here were sold out at the auction
sales tho previous dnss of the week. Good
drivers and draft were In most request for
Eastern shipment, though the best plan
tation horses, also bold fairly at last week's
prices. Plugs, however, were dull and are
growing weaker as tho season advances,
biles it the hori.e and niulo market auc
tions Tuesday, W ednesdas and "lhursdas
were S3 good to choice draft, $3.VQ67 50, 45
good to choice drivers t.,0Jj75: 52 good to
choice streeters, $IOf 17.50, and 66 fair to
good Southern mares and geldings at $22 50
il 17 50.
Mules, n to 11'' hands $21005(10 00
Mules, 11 to 15i4 hands 41 btil50 (0
Mules, 10 to li,'. hands to O01J9O 00
Horses Southern 20 urn 39 bO
Horses Strectcts , 25 O07t 45 00
Draft 40 001(65 U)
LIVE STOCIC 1IY TELEGRAPH.
St. Louis, Mo., April 4 CATTLE Re
celpts, Sum; shipments, 700. Market active
and Btiong. Export natives, t0(nn25:
good to eholce whipping steers $3 23fi5 75;
1Jl-t.r,.m,l"m;..',J5a5(W'' "Bht weights
$J7ufi4 50; fed Texas steers, $I(KOT4 25'
glass steers, Muii4.i0; cows. tl,73.5iJ50
HOClS-Recelpts. J.60); shipments. 2,7oo.
Market openid btrong, but closed 10c olf
Quality generals poor. Heavs'. $3 0X35.10.
bulk sules, $1 7lnl 93; light, $4 boffl 65. '
SHEEP Itecelpts, 900; shipments 600,
Market active und Drtn. Native mixed
$4 25114 75 Colorado i-wes bold at $lto"
Lambs, $3 0jbW. w'
Omaha, April 4 CATTLE-Recelpts, 900
Slarket steady: steers, Hum's 23. bulk, $3 no
t!lo70, cows and heifers, $1 601.4 25; bulk. $'75
61J 75; Blockers and feeders, $2 60S I 50, bulk
J J IXft I 3 It).
iiuu-iteceipis, 4,oi)u .Market opened 5c
buwx ''rTv.irn! iVLTi '1.. ftAi'l1,"1"" lOCK
Chicago, April ,4 -CATTLE Although
only about 8.W1O cattle were received, prices
showed no Imurpvcjnent. tha more deslra
ble offerings being no more than steadv
and, there appeared to be enough In the
yards tp meet all the requirements of the
trade, 'lexas cattle of the better class are
belling quite freely, however, and u. bale
of some choice l.tVj pound Texans Is re.
ported at $o75 Native beef steers llnd pur.
chasers at $135 and $6 30, sales being most.
IS ut $5 25fi6W und something fun?y,TC:
fered, might bring $6 50. Cows and bulls are
belling at $1 SOfcio 00 for poor to extra, larite.
ly ut $3 00i3 50. and stockers and feeder
tell fulrly at quoted prices.
JIOGS There was a issorer shipping de.
mand for hogs than usual to-day. und as
packers had xery little competition, they
experienced so treat dllllculty in putting
iv- 1 '. yi .."". 'siw' "Bui. i ticra
4 85: mixed. $1 "oiil SO; heav) $ISiJii0J
bllEEP Receipts. 1,100. Market ntcady;
fair to choice natives. $37564.5: fair to
trfmrl IVdJIuPrlO T , l.ll ITlll -t...
WHEAT CLOSED STRONG. k'J
ItKfORTS )F MBA. T r5IOKT ItrsINKS!
vimANCKD Till'. VIIICK n8c.
May Corn Was lo Higher, Ibils oTer
Inlrly AetUr, but tlose.l laiwrr, and
I'roil.loiK Itiiteit firm Willi
Chicago, lit , April t -After n rnther list,
less session wheat wound up with n bouncii
to-da), closing ,e higher on tho reports ol
heavy cash business. May corn closed i,.l
higher, May oats So lower, nnd provisions
nt tnodernte advances.
Ihe wheat market opened nt nboill the
same price 11 It closed scsterdn), bill
weakened In the course of tho forenoon
nnd declined SffSc. The feeling was
not radically weak, however, lor nt
each decline them were .wintiah buvlng or
ders uncovered to rnuso rnpld iipwnni to
nctlons to 1111 extent equal to the previous
det lines, tho domestic recelpls wcte con
siderably smaller than of late, nnd th.it,
following upon tho heavy export cleat
nnces of Tuesday and Wediicsda), hud tin
effect ution the speculators which pre
vented them from being enthusiastic sell
ers. Their Inclination wns rnther to buy
on small declines. The primary market re
ceipts were only 15S,t0 bushels, ngalnst
221,000 n week ngn. Tho rnrelgn innrkcls
wero nbout iinchangtd. Tho Cincinnati
Price Curr. nt reminded Hint wheat re
quired moro moisture, nnd the signal serv
I co Intlmiited that there was n probability
of Its getting some more soon, a low bar
ometer prevailing In Nebraska, Munition,
Dnkotns nnd Minnesota. That nnd sumo
rehashing of the Argentine wheat situation
formed the stnplcs of Ihe morning gossip.
In the afternoon It became, known that 11
good Inquiry for cash win it for shipment
existed. Nearly every handler of the arti
cle wns approached by people who had
orders to bus-, and although 11 considerable
quantity was worked, n. very much larger
amount would have been plnced It tho
holders had been willing to accept tho
previous current rnte, which wns ic below
May. Seeing the extent of tho demand the
owners of tho grain naturnlly ndvunced
their nrlces. and much nr Hint which wnu
sold av as nt Sc under, and somo at '40 un
der, with the full Muy price nsked in tho
end by many holders. A cubic gram fiotn
Liverpool reported n decrease In stocks of
wheat and Hour In Europe nnd atloat tit
1 ro.1,00.) bushels during Miiti'h this jenr,
and on April 1 the toltil supply In the posi
tions referred to was 20 .'Ou.utiO bushels less
than on April 1, 1S9I. New York reported
a large business done for export there,
and under those combined Influences tho
mnrkct became strong, nnd nbout fifteen
minutes from tho close, the price of May
was tlrm nt 63e bid, nftcr having previously
touched 63'4c for n few fives. The m irket
held sttlllv nround 61c to tho close, that
being the latest trndlng price.
Corn was Inclined to bo weak enrl), but
became firm when tho smnll receipts of IIS
cats to-day weio supplemented bv esti
mated receipts of onl) llftv enrs for to
morrow. The trade wns of an apathetla
character, however, nnd even the hoomliijt
character of the win tit market near tho
end of the session did not Infuse any life
Into tho trade. Thorn wns a sin til demand
foi com to go to Iowa, but It was nut
lat go enough to be much considered. It Is
the nbsence of demnnd In face of the xery
smnll movement from the fnnns which
keeps down bull speculation. Prlnmty
market receipts to-da) weie only SflOiio
bushels Mnv corn opened nt 46".c, sold nt
4bSc. and closed nt 4i.Sc bid.
Oats sold rather slowly, vet thero was a
good disposition to get rid of them, anil -an
easier tone to tho market was the le
Rtllt. A fairly nctlvo session was pissed.
Counselman was a free sellei, nnd the
crowd In general were offering
The slight strength In wheat and corn
prevented oats from selling lower than
they did Mnv started nt from 2l"'Si29',i to
29'8c, sold to '29Hfi.lSc, and milled to 2)Vjc.
at which price the market closed July
ringed from 28Jc to 2S,iC, and rested nt
Tho provision market ruled firm, nnd
prices recovered some of the loss of tho
daj" before. Opening prices vveie nbout nt
the closing rates of the day before, but
began Immediately to respond to some good
busing orders which cropped up Tho te
sult of tho dns's business w is an idvnnco i
of 7'ic in pork, 2Uc In lard, and 5c In ribs.
prices 10ffl3c lower. This was done In tho
face of receipts of only about 21,000 ho id,
as eirls' In the div tho better diss p
hogs moved off leidlly enough at prices
pretty close to xcsterdis's closing prices,
$110 being the top figure P lid, but subse
quently sales were undo of the hime cl iss
of svvlnc nt a reduction of 6?fl0c Heavy
packing bogs i-old during the latter p trt
of the morning lugelyjit $3H47121
SHEEP Although the receipts wero only
about 11 600 head, prices were olf about 10c,
with 1 slow trade. The receipts h ive been
pretty large this week and busers aio
pretty well loaded up Common to chotco
sheep sold at $1 (Wi 1 73 and some exti 1
sheep were held at $1 9) Siles vverc chlellv
nt $IOO'S74r.o Limbs were In good dem mil
at $1001(390, and good ones weie no lower,
the bulk of the transactions being at $3 25
NEW PASSENGER SERVICE.
rrom Kunsas City 1 1n
"DENVER SPECIAL," lc iv es
City dally 10 50 iu m, solid tialn;
111 1 Ives
Denv er , hi n 111
"HI'RLINGTON NEW LINE VIA RIL
LINGS " lor l'uget Sound and l'aclllc. Coast
fiom Kansas Clt-, leaves ut 10 50 a. ni.
This lino gives patrons nn opportunity to
visit Hot Spilngs, bouth Dikota Hlack
Hills and li llowstone Park, and It Is tho
short line between Kansas Cits nnd Helen 1
by 3S3 miles Hutto 311 miles, Spokane 471
miles, benttlo 110 miles und T.icoma 113
This Is tho most marvelous scenic route,
nnd perhaps the most Interesting across tho
Hound tilp tickets to nil Paclfto coast
points via this line
Tor full Intormatlon nddiess H C. Orr,
Burllngtou Route, Kansas Cits', Jlo.
The Nickel Plate Ho id (N Y. C. .fc St L.
R. R.), tho favorite lino between Chicago
and tho East, tilong the South Shore ot
Lake Erie, being the shortest line to Cleve.
land and Huffalo, offers a bplendld through
car service to till classes of pissengers.
Slngniflcent Wngner Sleepers and Dining
Car dally on through trains to New York
nnd Boston l'or reservations of sleeping
ear space nnd further Information, tiddiesi
.T. Y. Caliban. General Agent. 193 ci.iric
street. Chicago, 111.
Now Hlucpen on tbo Alton.
Beginning with April 1st, tho Chicago Sc
Alton Railroad will run two bleepers dally
In their "St. Louis Limited" between Kan
sas City und St. Louis, ihe twosjew sleep
ing cars assigned to this service uro named
the ".Majestic" and "Teutonic," after tho
two new Whlto Star line Atlantic oceun
steamers. Each scar In lugs bomethlng new
In the carbullder'b art and with each lm.
provemetit we exclaim thut surels nothlnir
more call be added Vlenlng the new Alioti
bleeperi., with their large, rooms comnait
ments, drawing rooms, and peifectly ap
pointed toilet rooms, one would Jmagln
the builder possessed tho lamp of Alladln.
GOING TOST. LOUIS TO-NIGHT?
Burlington Route train leaves at 8,15 n
m , Tho only lino running thteo sleepeis
with new elignut compartment boiths and
buffet. Service unsurpassed.
Dr. Cos's Sanitarium
UthindBreiawtj, jMsUNSlg CITV.BO.
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n.B oam 1 AWIUM
it nr'.X?te bopul quiet h0m6 foi
those aultotedwltb medical and surgtcid
d iU?' BD2 " BUPJ" with all tho fSmei
wJS"0. kno to science and the lateS
BO BOOMS requlre'1 Jn Wiu6er
Fh.?iT7,commoJatloB of Patients, to.
d. c. m, egg. iaNSA5 CITy4 M