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TITK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 20. 189,5.
Missouri. Kansas &Texas Trust Co.
It M.S MM. 'lit.
..it it . - . I. '..-,(). nni).
surplus mill I mlMiInt iTnlil. "O.in.Oiio.
AIMIILIIL slIl.ftH.1, President
! rrtstilenu v Mnshor. II I Mrtln,
3.i 'l.i rior J Mr P. Trimble.
K ,b:. II Com- srcimrj Win 1 Taylor,
Itti-.iter Iran II vVllcot. As. "Irea .
Jie.iupa I N'olitienliu Asit. Secy.. Irlmble A.
llralpv i.enfral At.ornTs
I tiMiitf .i lpiierI I rust lltislnrM.
vrU n Truster, I rjutlrr Agent or ItcR
IMrir lur ( iirpoMiliiiii
,Un in Iti'iulnr. Vi1tnltiltr.itnr. tluird
It n, nr Irtistpeitf i:l ilr.
iillerts Vvnti-fll Mortgages.
likes rhirKo ' rin.rtli . e-iilleptlng
rente liiTlnir Iiijp, rlc, fur liilrn In-
i i' 1 is nil Dire tir A 1'. Stllnrell. T. ti
. ' A Mi.ehPr I A l.in Frank Cooper,
1 A I i"ii J Veil 1 1 I'll) ! Itolit 1 1 II i htm.
Omt business pip r. Klt-c.tiK tn-ikr nnd
In r i. w i - I i iilnl. i ii Su li n .nn
b ir r v st.c-ttioti i" in be uise-J (iromiitly at
ci r t r i' -- ,
IMrli tint i g h h t irer lo ofT. r please
e-crr l jnd w in u 'I I. phone I 2
lilt AMI Hint K -Mlll tivnilsslcis,
( It. AllM.I. I't ni-J Delaware street.
Houston, Fibfe &Co.
r rs U Vt m J W I'm m A i'dI
I'l- ( II1IMI 111 I VI
I' Vl'l It.
BSti l)p ntnrn Mrccl
It m.i titr, 'In.
tAl Dcliwnre ft. Knnsis City Mo Com;
tnerelal Paper, Blocks nnd Bonds. Real
0 il rnoro market continues feat-There-
is mim- little new demand
ft- m ih.' lonmry, but icenrr.il trade
k g v rj lit I. in w piper, and the
t i mill l- nlli.l lull Rate. how-
. .'. being held steady at riiS per cent
r the Influence, ot anticipated tm-
t n nt later 1'nrrrncy shipments to
mtry light Hunk clearings, $1,107,-
i' ilnv lt year, $l.i irt'.. nn in-
i $179 912. a gain of 13 per cent.
ii exchange quiet unit weaker
- ii, riMi" & i . exchange broker.",
1 11 toII'lWS'
York. S.'k prnnlum; Chicago, )mrj
1,. il, par
c gulcl reserve jesterdny was J1O1.620 -
Inn! It ink Meiek cjtintiithins.
The following are the bill anil asked
pr i f stocks of Kaunas City bunks un.l
o'h nl jeitirltle-. an furnlln'l b It
1 Wrfclit it Co, biokers. Armour build.
Am ii. m Nntlnn.il bink 'A
( . i National bunk 1""
I'lr-; Niitionnl ImnK 170
Int rtn, National bank S3
ill! ii-l National bank UW
M i National bunk !'
NT on 1 1 Rink of Commerce ...113
1 ti n N I'lonnl bank ire!
JI .n S.iMnffR bank ll'i
JI inn . s' bank. 102
K ii i- i"it Mate bank 0
M tr i lnan Nailnnal bunk "
Jt it riiisiaml Safe lp(ioit 120
3 i - I'lty Stoik Vardf 1'
Jhr .man Street railwui . . . W
1 nun States) Truit Company ..10
3lniiij at Home- mill .briiml.
te nrk, ,!ul 19-Mnnn on call can
n i p i out last loan I j r rent, i loe.l 1
pi- ii prime intrLantll.' papei , 3i I ptr
cirt st. illns PXihaiiKe, .aslci, with in
tniil I iislnts In bankers" bills at $1 sivr)
4 So for t.man.l an. I iSVii) for sit
ilaia i.nsti.,1 r.aes., I k'H;'.i4 in ami II'Vi
4 3 fimtnerfl.il bllli. $SSilSVt
Lon '. n July 1 Money. .. per rent. Tin
ri'e liM'Oiint in the open market for
t-b r I ',t , per cent, for three montb-'
li I , p-r cent
N w I.. ik. July 10 ClearlnRs, $S7,S7" ID".
tin a' s S.'..i! 075.
i Jul". 19 Clearlncs, J13,r,ii)l, 1 al
l.lphiii. July IS ClearlnRS, JS.v.-! .
i . Jl.Wfet.
rj. tieannss, 5j.jj yt.
i r iti, 1. July 19 Money. 4fi6 per
N.w York exchange, par. ClearinBi,
it. o III. July 11 ClearlnRS. 112,174 -
W"i'i rates, unchanced at 44fe per
all loans and MiStfe (er cent for
. Ml pain r New York exchange,
i im. Sterling, poMed rates. 1 Stiij
I "is. Julv It Clearinps, .Vi.210.
- K07JU Money jftfi per cent.
K exthanue 2Sc discount bid
'1.-UHS Jult 19 ciearlnnK t1 1"!,
s n York ex'lianee. L5u per $1.("K)
eommrcIal, mc per JliOOO pre.
Tenn . July Clearings J232,-
!.. IT'.W - rn exrhange,
July 19 w, 30 9-164 per
rk, July - r certificates,
rar silver Vfxban dollars,
inie anct Ci"t rniiipiit Homl-,
N irk, Jul' 'o lig quotations
n v York - x banij..-
-' ite - . 112 s lU'V,
- it llH ll-'j
-it , in . "23. J23S
-it - " Yi
- 0 lies
N. w York -
Y. t r
1 i t
V i i
N i ih
N i Ii
I m i
1 . . ,,,.,,.,
i Southern 2d.
I i'Ucltli Ism..
.v Itto ()rand i
A Hlo UldUde 7
i . .....
A. S A W
A S "s .
i a. T. xat Centra s
. .V Texas Cential ot
1 I nlon 63. .. .
Iyuh, A: Tex. 1st li
ii Kuh & 'I'kx. ti it
1 sj- Central ifer.era! ,
1 t S t. debenture .
v t-tern com-ulii
ru l'acillc Isu
- 1 11 Pacific ids
1 Ulhll- S'l-Kll'lll IStS
1 .1 onuols, 7 ,,.
A 1 M. BuDi-ul !..,....
K 8 P. (ieneral 0
ml, C A P V. i
Pa. illi IMS
Pai I m 2 la
I'll ill. lktR Of
Mod.!, mill lluiiili,
N ork. July la.-Tht enarni)t nt
a 1 'i dulluri. in tuld for uliipmi ut to
'.i.rii lo-niujnm a not a. fai tur la the
ci 11 pei illation, ulthouijli eiforu Were
11 a li b, the b.lli tu Uke It us a bitrilar
ui uti tallies. It ei.in 10 be aciented by
th -11 ,,a 1 hat all danger of heavy no id
pi 1 ir nik hut pu.hi-.l fur the year anil
th it ti u trade londitiou.s are such as to
rrr r it absolutely crrluln that the fauuply
of rlliiK bilU fchull lu.rease from this
t rn 1 .rv.ur.1 As an onT. t ut the sold
rl piiiwit uii'l posbibly by reason thereof,
th -urlin" exihuniie iiuirket akjtned an
n I r tune and tli,;hti luwer rale er
in I. e la Ihe stock uiuil.i-t the tr41iiit
v 1- i dull and the short Interest was
i r autluiis In it optratlon than ituiliv
t t .-1 few days, putting out shorter
I rd ioterins ijuickly ut the Urst stun
. f .njfer It was only In the indut(IaU
11 ai.y itidtt movement wd nude und
uue old cliques which hae been
-v ih .- the market dunnir Hie week did
o- .1 imputation
I on 1 en imiHt and Irregular ami
n )'.-,1 n the iniilu lowur. Sales aggregated
Ji ' ifi
Quotations on the New York Stok ex
change ntre as follows:
1 VMI'd'v. To-day.
Adams Express , ,,...117 117
' bison TUiliottd..., .,,,.... 10 1814
t' '. n. K.e iiiui.,,.,..,,,,, I.TS 111
,Min ri an l-.xpics .
Ji ii niii.n- A. Ohio..
( 11 1 1 .1 I'ai-illc...,
( at. . 1 Suutlirrn .,
C nir. 1 Padtk
f k n-.il.. & Ohio
Chicago &. Alton,...
ChlraRO, llurllnKton A Qulncy
ChnaKo I5at ,..
Chicago A: K, Illlnolfi pref'd..
V . V , C . St. I.
Colnrndo I'ii-I .1 Iron.. ......
I'filnra.lo I'm I A Iron pref'il.,
t'nlornilo l 'cm I . Iron
Cotion Oil Certlllcatei
.. uK nw
.. 17 4tt
. 13' j 13S
. b f,S
. 4S 40
. 17H li
. as 2s
. iii HH
. s fit
. !fei4 InVj
. 6? W.
. s; as
. 1'4 n
. ltln 174
. 4J 41
. TIT "i
. m, i
, Zl! 21
. 2 I
. 3IH 3.",
. IJ'i l."t
. i) G
. 144 ll'u
. 12t 12S
. S&I, 5's
. 41 41
. si j Sn
Deinnare iiunmn ,.
Delaware. Intckauannft .fe .
Denver .v mo t.raii'ip
Homer Hit) (Iranflc pri'f il...
DUtillen A- C. I". Co
Kne t .....
tteneral I'.lectrlr .......
(treat Northern iirefM
Ilouitoii A Texni Cenimi. ......
Kiniini .t Texa prefd
I.nki' Krie & Western
I, i; a- . pref'il
1, nl Trimt
l,i.illllle A- Nnihvlll
I,oulMille A New Albans
Mirhattatt Coiidiilliluteil ,,
M 'Mipliin A' CharlL'ttuti..,..
Ml hlpun Central
'Miniiesola A- St. I.out'i
Mnblle A' lihlo
Nailiilml i'dIiIiibc ,
. itionnl Cordnm prof'd
N itlolial Mnpr) Oil Co
N"i ork central..
,N rthern I'ai lib
Northern l'acltlc pref'd
New ,pre Cptitrnl ............
No! folk A- Woiterll pref'd.. ...
NailiMtlp .t Chatniiiootrit.......
N. urk New IJnirlHliu....
Ontario A- Wetern
nr.Roti fv Navigation
im koii Improvement Co
i ii I. A V N
fa. ill.- Mull S S Co
I'lorla. Iiecattir A- i:vatimlle..
rullman l'alnce Car CO
North Ameilcan Co
Hm lii wide Western ....,.,.,.,.
Hln Ornnde Wenlern prefd
I In. k IMainl A. Pacific
St I'aul prefd
Kt I'atil A Omaha
Pi Paul it omaha, pref'd
Southern Pacific ,
SiiBiir Hetlncry Co..
T A. A A N M
Ti'tiiicMee Coal &. Iron
Toledo. St. I.ouI .fe K. C
Toledo. St I,. A- IC. C. pref'd..
C P, Denver At Oulf
Cnlte.l State Kxpusi
Wh!lnB A I.akt i:rle
A I., l: prcf I
W.ibiih. St l.ouii A- Pa nli
W.ibiih, St I. A P pr. f .1
.t. rn I i .11 r. lej-raph i i
Sr ond nresrnert raid
' N'.'W stoi k
N, W. HARRIS & CO.
163-165 Dearborn -St., Chicago.
IS Wall-st . Sew ork. 70 Stutc-st., Boston.
SCHOOL, WATFR anil
6TUER HIGH GRADE
Doucbt and sold. Correapcndtoce Solicited.
and Old Paper.
The Hanmu Paper and Mi'bnc Company
wishe to buy m.i'erial for making piper
Will pay for wheat. re or oat itraw,
per ton. and mirket raten for old pip. r
and riK dellvere I at tin- mill lointed In
the I.'. ft bottom'. jut ent of .unei ne
nue and south of Air Une railroad, Kan
sas City. Mo
C D ritCNCH. President.
WYAN NELSON. Secretary and Treasurer.
Orders executed for future dellcry of
Grain and Prottslons
Hooms 20 JI and 22, Exchange bide.
Private wires to Chicago. New York and
THI3 GIIVIN M VIIKI1T.
In tore heit, 7n li? liuihcN, corn, 4' -577
bu-hels, oats, ul.3W bushel-, an 1 rye,
WUBAT Uecelpts past 21 hours ... 2O40O
Same time last year . . . ... 13,2'TO
The offer. nss continue to Increase, but
the bulk of the arrivals are made up of
low grades, more than half cradlnir No. 4
or lower It '.s touch and much of t damp
Buyers while handling it, want it at low
prices. But litl.. No 3 and 2 mining In,
hat arriving being taken at a good prem
ium over low grades, nu wheat contin
ue? scarce and wanted at a big premium
over new By sample on track here at
Kanas City. No 2 hard, 1 car at O. 2
cars choice from store. 61 pounds, at 2Hc,
5 cars new on track at 61'jc; No. 3 .hard,
5g60c, 1 car choice at fiOc, No 1 hard,
nominal at K6S7c; rejected, 7 ears at Kc,
1 car 57 pounds at Be, 1 car 57' pounds at
5740,- no grade, 8 cars at 52c; No 2 red.
61, 1 tar old at 69fec; No 4 red, 3 cars
CORN Receipts past 21 hours . . .10 200
Same time lajit year 31,20u
There was a little more life to -he mar
ket yesterday, but wh!J thre was more
demand, buyen were Inclined to be bearish
l..!,.V ,t.A InA.iAnyiA -, nl,. .....1 ---,
.-, 1 n.-r ,,..,,i v. ...nip itu vooier
-weather By sample on track here at Kan-
-h i.j .-w iiuAni, 1 .-ari- at aye. 1
cars at 39c, No. 3 mixed. 3S63S'e; No. 2
white 19&33Hc 3 car, at 31 c. j;0- 3 wnlte
'lATS Receipts pat 24 hours ...... . 6,000
Siii time last year . .n.fiiio
'ill in fair demand and some Inquiry tor
iwi- upper grade of new, but low grades
r i'l to sell and buyer only willing to
I aid!- them at low prices. By sample on
'ti k h're at Kansas City No. 2 mixed
."'i.'tc. 1 oar choice old at 21'.c, 1 far choice
re . at 23c 2 cars at Memphis at 26c, No
v mixed ilCtOio: No 4 mixed, ISfiJOc; no
.-al- 12c, bid, 17c. asked; No. white, 1 car
a- .'4c, 1 car at 2S'ji.; No. 3 white, MftKc;
No 4 white 22f24.
RYE IW'eipts pat it hours 1,200
bjtne time laat year . ,. uou
Sjmr demand, bat values weuk By sam
ple on track hire at Kansas city. No. 2,
-. No 3, 2 car at 42c, and I car at
43t , No 4, 1 car at St".
FIXJl'K Seiiin slowlv but prices held
sttaly. We quute ttn follow: isoft
wheat, per luo pound sack, patents, i! itrit
f". extra fancy. 1 6M1I 75, fancy, ji 50ft
10, colc, lUOtIVj, hard wheat, per lS
pcund sack, pattnts, Jl.Vj-.i2Ci), straights
II 65b 1 75. bakers', ji ! 1 o, low grades
II 45 16ti. ry,, II 501 CO. ' W ".
IllllVVIV.il XX'ni,-. j , .
. --.'--.--. ..- an., biuw sate.
Quoted at 71KIWK per cwt., bulk
cJlRS Cl'"-8ltU dull and weak Quoted
at 7I1i75c per cwt.. ack-d s
BRAN Market firm, but quiet. Sacked
606.BK, and buik Mfl& per cwt. acKea-
FL,AXSSBl Steady and In fair dc mand.
tlu .?uU.ofnreM ln Pr bUS,,rt' "
HA.Bl.ev-'No rfttelpu. Prices nominal.
HAY-Recelpts past 21 hourB .. 1.1W uyns
Some tlm. last year sm .SI
t,.,.: ?" afAffi 'f&- much of
.. ... - ,. . H....S PWI.-11 iiarc 10 sell
at any pn e (jood dry samples u, wy
good d-nurd. Wc q3t-. x-ew oralrie
j6.0uH8.6t) '.as to condition: oi upland'
t?i' . ti.t- ? ffiUJfc. ".. H-;
old timothy, nttmiw: No i 'saSSS1
" . -. --a" lu conuiiion; clover
m xed. No 1 7 Wti 50; No 3 1 luvvr rnliert
IT-OutiSOO, straight clover fiiml, 4'
Yi-.li-i.lii,'!, Cbl.'iiK.i .Vlurl.-.-l
As furnished by Trench Bros ftiumi..!,.
inis m, ji, ji, Bxehsnife butia-
Option. 1 Open I Ifltj'b'T'tov?
S pt .
Coin. July , ,
Oats July ...
I'oik. July ..
I -dpi, July ..
S.pt . . ..
S. P.lbs. July.
Sept . ,. ...
J nn . . .
Chicago car lots yesterday,
coin IS, oau, 174 '
white UV? """ "
ICyi. und ep.i,
CtiHu.-o, July J9 ji No, 1 ta3h, ic
i i ft ti 8
i ft wi sS' k
.1 &2 m t& &
I 10 M 1 u 7k 1 11. jtiJ
1 lu CT 10 7 1 10 in i i7C
1 SfiJ 6.V 6- Ip
S rU il$ S
(& iiJ HL im
geptembor. te. Klaxsceil No 1 cn-h, $1.29;
p.plrmlMT. JI 21. . . .. .
S' I.iili. July 11-tlye Htertdy No 2
cnh, '.tck.-d, 41c on oast track rmsecd
-cah, 11 2
Corn. II li snlil, 11 ofrered In Iort Worth,
Tix . at l5o f ti. b., Tor October delivery.
M nnenpolli and Ditlulli f(ock nf wlient
will deirpBse nbotit 1.6t',tW btishclx this
The amount of vvhetii In fnrmerp' hnnds
Julv 1, according to the government report,
wni 26'iOOCW bushels.
Ilenrv OFPry, Orpenwood county, Kn.(
was In thc city ymterdnj. (Iran and com
an- Mod and oat fair In hit cotihty.
II H Slsoon, Woodon counts'. Kns., vvns
In the city yMtrrdax. lie MSS corn und
ou! aro good In hit cotitits. but Rrn
JI. tliwkln, Carroll rottnty, Mo., vvn nt
11,. ei,wt tnprti veiferilttv He retiorts
,nrn Hi", oat fair und grins good In his
J W. Hftltanl, Antterion counts. Km.,
was nt the yards yeMerdny. He says porn
Is tine anil oati nml grass good In Ander
The four Atlantic portt cleared for ex
port vcsterditv 7H.3O0 liuheli of wheat, 1,11m)
purkiiges of flour, f.2.7U btisheU ot corn
and 17V30 Innheli of imtrc
The rainfall herp Thiirday night vvm
1 v ini lies Concordia got a Irncc. oodge
Cltv, U, Valentine .11, Omaha 11 trnce,
Dnvniiort 2 01. Continued showers are
,n Iiidiannp'illo miller jnya that there
Were over l.(n,iiO bllshnli ot wheat ihlplicd
fioln that section to Chicago lust year, but
there will not bo over 100,000 btihcls
ihipied Ihls year.
Silei of caih wltent nt Chlcngo SP'ter
day aggregnted ISOOtW bttsheli, of which
over half went to millers jn.ono lmsheli to
Mtnkoqcon. Mich . fiO,PuO bttsiiH to Toledo;
20,1100 bushels lo I'rbnnn, O., and "XO0u btih
els lo nrle.
Cudahy und T.ltm nrc the leaders In the
Chicago wheat market nt present. They are
sculping It with good siifcesi, but are not
playing big lines, n thev deilre to make
qulik mini, and large Ilnei would be dull
cult to handle In it market like the pres
ent. A miller at Seymour, Ind writei that
they have been tnklng In 3,(K blliheli of
wheat dally from furmiri' wngoni. It Is
ot fairly good quality, being plump, and
well Illled. The yield per (tore there ranges
from six lo twenty bushels, ugnlnt litteen
to thirty last year,
Car lot rerelpts of wheat:
ICC. Chi. St.l.. -MnlL DHh. Tot.
Yesterday .. ;n i.t 111.1
A week ago. IB 4) llfl
Two w'ks .12 21 0ft
A year ago.. s2 ls 357
Carlot receipts, of corn:
A wc k ago 'I
Two weeks ago 31
A year ago 52
Carlot receipts of oats:
A week nco S
Two links ago 2
A M-ar ago It
57 102 425
1.2 12 251
If" 7S 1S9
IM US MS
Chi. St.T. Tot
12 7D 275
1. 21 201
IB.-, 2i" 222
172 101 32S
Chi St. I.. Tot.
17.1 1 1 m
1I.S 17 lr1
22') 32 251
U 31 107
The iles of caih corn nt Chicago Thur
du iggreir.tti .1 SintVM bushels, of which
Nort m-U uithltigtcin sold 175,k bushel to
Ih.' si nbnar.l 11 11 J dlri-i t to Liverpool, and
Hum t!-I"i.izler "nlil the rest to the sen
li. 11 ur I to Interior New I'nglind points.
Thi re were also 75.W0 bushels of No. 2 oati
nn I .moo binhi li of No 2 vvhlte otti sold
tu I 1st tu shippcis. the No. 2 being on
tin I a-s of 3',i ovir September c. I. f.
MILLS Commission Co.,
111.! Vetr lurk Lire lllllldlng,
l.leiilliinu S1.S8. KAS CITY, MO.
Dealers In ORAIN nnd PROVISIONS for
cash or future delivery, nnd RAILROAD
STOCKS and BONDS Orders by mall or
telegraph promptly executed.
I.iuseit Ire toCblcugci mill New York.
Refer to Bradstreefs and Dun's Mercan
tile Agencies New- Kr.gland Safe Deposit
and Trust Company
'Ic-Iepluiiie 20 l.
A. S. VEST, B-K1
Stocks, Uonds, Grain anil Provisions.
Direct Hro tu Chicago, New ork
mill st. 1.4, uls,
S01-'2-3 M;VV Mllilt l.Il'i: ill. DC..,
11IU I'ltODUCi: MAItKUT.
Quotations below are for job lots. On
Email loti higher prices arc asked and ob
tained, enough being asked to lover extri
cost of taring for and tilling th. m The
parties making small otitsi 1 orders want
the best fcoods and (.elections Dealers pre
fer to handle the goodb in Job lots in
stiaight consignments, at, reecived.
BCTTER Offerings good and market
flow Choit- table good.s are nuving fair
ly but they are the only grabs chowing
life. h quote: llighej-t (,rade sep
arator, !5o per pound, nne't gathered
cream, 14c; line fresh, good flavor, 13e; fair
to good. 12c Dairies l'uncy farm, 12c; fair
to good lines, Sc. Countiy store packed
Taney, lie, fresh and sweet packing, Sc.
KGUS Firm and In good demand. Fresh,
BCTTERINE Creamery grades, In 20 to
60 pound tubs, solid, ISc per pound, dairy
grades, in 25 to CO pound tubs, solid, 13'c
per pound, rolls prints or bricks, 2 pounds.
In 10 pound tubs, "-.c higher than solids,
and 1 pound, lc higher than solids.
CHEKSU We quote IKrktmer county,
N. Y. Cheddars, 13c per pound, Crawford
county. Pa., Cheddars. Uc per pound, She-boy-gan,
Wis, twins. 12c, Sheboygan, Wis,
Young America, 12'-.c, Missouri and Kan
sas full cream Sc.
POI'LTRY The -upply of old hens light
and demand good at steady prices. Springs
In good offering and movement a trille .slow
at unchanged prlce3 Turkeys quiet. Young
ducks In good reque-t and offerings light.
Quoted: Ducks, young, Do; hens, c,'o per
pound, roosters, each, 12il615e, sprlngs.per
pound, 9'ulOc, turkeys, hens. tVtiG'-c, torn",
6e, ducks, Oc, geese, ;iac; pigeons, jur ,oz.,
76c; veal, choice, to to llrJ pounds, 6&5',sc
MElONS Offerings of watermelons nre
heavy and movement good at steady prices.
Cantaloupes In good receipt and demand
fair at un. hanged prices The local de
mand is better than the order trade Water
melons, per dozen. 11602 00. cantaloupes.
Per dogen, .WcJU.oo.
BKRRIKS The market was steady and
demand good. The quality of the. oiter
tngs U nice. Quoted. Blackberries, per 21
qiurt crate, JI Uo'cj 1 .5 , raspberries, black,
11 'twill 2.5; raspberries, nl, UOu, strawber
ries, i.ouf42 5el, gooseberries, per 21 quart
crate, II i'ii 1 50, huckleberries, per 21 quart
crate. II 75
POTATOES The market continues quiet,
but steady, selling at 3oly35o per bushel,
CALIFORNIA FRUIT-Selllng fairly.
We quote di follows. Peaches, 75t)s
per box; Royal native plums. sigo4j12o
per box; C'lyman plums, l.25fjl50 ni.r
box; Tragedy plums, 11.75 per box, German
prunes. 12 Ou per case; P. D. plums, 72 00
per box; wash plums, II 75 per box, Bart
let t pears I2,5tli2 76 per box.
I'BACHKS (j'oo.l one-s in demand and
pri-.es steady Home grown, 35flGGc
ptr half bushel basket, 2tVfJ0c per peck;
Arkansas and Texas freestones, fancy, 40t
&v per one-third bushel, clingstones, 30
fttOc, freestones, peck, 2J3ric.
ijHAt'KS-Ston sale and lower. Con
cord, 4.OSJ50C per basket, held-aver stock,
I'KARS-Steady. Iirrfe, BtnQSOc per '3
oRANiJKS Steady We quote thum as
follow- M'Xi.an, Jl'74fe3i); Washington,
naveU 13 '.ifii3.5i), California seedlings, fan
cy. tV'TOi-ftO. choice. 12 2662 60
J.F.MO.vs-Firm. Msina. I5 7Si6.W; Ma
laga. 15 0015 60
i'Li'MHA good many on il- and mar
ket quiet e ciucjte them us follow' Wild
goose pi i'n, 3uia-j. per half bushel; loJeaks
per peck liiJ0c per crate tor home grown
sto'-k tij'H plums. ll.fiJ per crate, other
varieties .'iiiix- per elate,
BANANAS sitoady, but slow sale. Large,
I Tru'i'ti Jumbo, 12-IjLUJ to per crate
Al'l'LKS offering libepal ami market
Weak tiiiQl. t as follows: Fancy hand
pi kel, luiiw- per bushel: windfall a'f(35c
fir bushel, shipp.njf stock, 36c- ir bushel,
1235i.lv n r banc), NhiprMXl stock. 75cft
II 25 per b.ur. I, old Mock, fancy stepd, 15 01
f(7ui, oiiiiii'in to holce vailet,. s, 12 unit
lOi) per barr-1, . r,i I, apples, II (11 per barrel.
ToM.Vloi.S-Selling very well and prices
tiad (ioo.i to 'lob-e, ivUVte per 4-baSkct
elate, common ii'yl&c
Ni: VLiil '! AHI.KS Market full and
prices low cabbage, slow; home grown,
XcWiSis. per doi. 11 peas, season far ad
vanced, only common stock offered, 2J&6O0
per bushel Onions, new, fSC5c per bushel.
Tmrups, home grown, 25c per bushel.
Cauliflower frti , y 30fli0o per dozen Let
tuce 25c per buln 1 Itadlsheo, 6c per dor-n
bum hes Cu iiitbers, homo grown, lO&lSc
icr doxen, 5n-i(00o per bushel Pie
plant, i: tu t cloven bunches. String
ana wax beans. J5o ler bushel
Squash, fancy 4jtft2c per doui. Beets, 3
do4tn bunches jv., 26&35c per biiihel.
Oreen onions 3 and 4 dozen bunches, 26c.
Carrots. 5 -i,i-i . 5c Swic-t corn, home
giowii, 1;1 p 1 .loieii. Mlvhlgun celery,
lii ! r iluz' 11 1 - h s
IiROOM ( ORN Quoted: Hurled green.
t'ni'iC per poufi grcc-n. self-working, 4'-j
fi'-.c; red tipped, sclf-workin.-, '4c, coin-
38V.4C; crooked, half
ITIATIIIIRB prime geese, Ale per round!
nark and Rolled, acv- mireri nml nid. Infinnc!
1 per cent tare on small sacks; and 3 per
cent on targe.
. IIONnr-1 ponnd comb, white, lSe; fall,
I ponnd comb, llflUci 2 pound comb. Call
fornl.i, white, Ifil7ci 2 pound comb, Cali
fornia dark. 12ffI,V! extracted, In cans, 6Q
7e: extrnctecl. In barrels, nnfie.
. OROl'ND LINSIJIID CAKII-Qtloteil! Car
lols, packed, 122 00 per ton! 2,003 pounds,
It.Sfl per 100 pounds.
. IlI1i;3WAX No. 1 amber, 22e per pound;
No. 2 ise.
Nt'TS .robbing prices; CoeoanuK per
IM, quoted at JI Oo Pecans .Missouri, per
pound, Pi710c. Peanuts Virginia, white,
raw, per pound, 4H'(tiei Tennessee raw,
4Hfl5C rotstd jgU Kansas, 3Ue. Hick
ory nttt.s Small, per bushel, J1.23; Urge,
JI 2-. Har.cInuts-2j(2Ho per pound. Chest
nuts loo per pounil.
I1RIK1) FlttMTS-Sun dried! Anple,
choice, 6e per pound; good, So: poor, 3c.
AV011I, Illilrs nmt Polls.
VOOI-In fair ilemnnd and dteady. We
qtioto ni rollovvsi Missouri and similar
Fine, 7S?9c; lino medium, 9i711c medium,
llffl.loi combing, 12WH. ; cotrse, loil2c.
Kansas, Nebraska and Indian Territory
Fine, 757SC! line medium, 7U10O! medium,
0W12i'i combing, Hifl3c-J coarse, tfftne. Col
oradoFine, 6t(!-: line meclltim. 7fMoei me
dium, O-fTlJo; coarse and carpet, 5010c: ex
tra heny nnd snndv, iV(i7c,
hidi;s and PKI.TS-Selllng fairly nt
snlled, side branded, No. 1, f.'tej No. 2, 5c;
green salted kips, 15fi25 pounds, No. 1. 6".e;
No. 2, 5140; green salted c-nlf, M1I5 pounils,
No. I, Sc: No. 2. Cc; green sailed hides,
Nos. 1 nnd 2 and butt branded, around GHc:
green tincured, No I, 6'(.e; dry Hint hliies,
No. 1, PC; No. 2, "'ii'; tlry e.tit hides, No.
1. 8c; No. 2, 7e. Sheep pelts, green and
drv, lo-ii'ioc: dry, tfifio per pound.
TALLOW We quote as follows: No. 1,
4Vi No J. te.
, .st. Louis, July 19-WOOIj-JIarkct dull,
lint steady. Missouri, Illinois, etc. Comb
ing, 10c, combing and clothing, lotfloHei
cxKirse nnd braided, lS'ifFic; medium cloth
ing, ItLMII'ic; light line, 12l3c; heavy
line, WilO'iC Kansas and Nebraska Me
dium, lSTHIc; light line, lOifllc; heavv line,
W!ie. Texas, Arknnnn, Indian Territory
Fall and spilng, isntlc; coarse nnd low,
Sidle; light line, DIfltY, heavy fine, (MSc.
Dakota, Wyoming, I'tnh Medium, 12?iHo:
coarse and low. lOfille; light line, lOiillc;
heavy line, siiOc. Tub washed Choice,
soijc, fair IWili. ; eoare anil low, llTilfic
Boston, July 1? The Boston Commercial
Btilletln will s.iv to-morrow nf ithn ttnnl
market: The boom Is checked foi the pres
ent, at levist. though Michigan X Jins old
at 17c this week, the highest ngure touched
.since the recovery began. There Is a small
er attendance and the quieter tone of trade
In the woolen goods market Is echoed In
die diminished number of buyers. Prices
nre. however, quite ste-adv, nnd the market
Is well suptiortcd by sales, still nbove the
average The boom has lasted Just four
weeki nnd Boston has sold In these four
weeks over .IvmOOOO pounds of wool
New York's 'total sales n the Ilfty-two
weeks of Ptfl were 41.0fi0.000 pounds.
The sales of the week are I.C.O.OO1) pounds
domestic and 2.fl 000 pounds foreign,
against 7,177,000 pounds domestic and 3.SS4.
0i pounds foreign last week and S,273,0"0
poun Is domestic nnd 22SOO0 pounds foreign
for th same week last year The sales to.
dav show an increase of 20 311 sen pounds
domestic and 35,53l.N0 pounds foreign fiom
the sales to the Mime date In 1V)1. The re
ceipts to date show an Increase of 29.707
Inles domestic and nn Increase of I2,S0S
A steady nnd fair market was had yes
terday for most hog product The demand,
however, was largely of a Jobbing charac
ter, car lot buyers still holding back, and
doing but little.
in- cinciic- citr nics
LARD-Cnsh. J6 10, Julv. C10.
ORKKN M FATS Shoulders, $5 73
nil , nam. s.- ..ei.
D S MFATS (partly cureiD-Shoulders.
f-isli $5 50 per cwt short ribs, ltlps, cash,
J510, long clear sides, JC10; short clear
si ie-s jo.-j.
S P MFATS-ITams, cash, JS.WSS25;
shoulders, $5.30j 5 C2ts
A. J, GILLESPIE I
A. J. GILLESI'Ii:
L,. J. GIDLKSP1D
1 t. 1:. e;ii.i.i:siJii-
&c OO. 1 J. F GILLESPIE
Commission Merchants, Kansas City
Liberal advances made to parties feed
ing stock. Buying feeding cattle on orders
a specialty. Correspondence solicited. Tel
ephone No 1523
maiuci:t.s 11 y Tr.i.ncicAi'ii.
St Louis. July- 19 FLOUR- Receipts,
Soul barrels, and shipments, 1 irno bauds
Hoth dull .! 1 weak. Quotations an for
new Hour oil tanging 15f("2".i higher Pat
ents, $3 10-1 1 11 cxtia funi v JJl.-i'ii,, J5,
fancy. f2.''fi "". choice. 52 c5'y2 7".
W11FAT R . eipts, Hjn.Omi bub. Is, nnd
shipments 7 '' bushel". The market had
an exceedli glv spliltless opining, as there
weie no ilnldeij Intltieiices to vtoik tin
market, th. tiw tiades exh itiotlng the ei
ders th.it wen- on hand There was a rally
later In the s, ssion, but not nuicli Improve
ment, the ilr.su being steady foi futures
and lower fur spot. No 2 led, cash, Cl'c.
Julv, G4e linked, August OIc bid, Sep
tembei. G-'.'si December, t'Sc
CORN Receipts 5,t) bushels-, and ship
ments 11 0 liushel". Ope-in d with u down-wai-il
and vteak tendency this morning,
weather conditions being favorable, and
wheat weak Alter selling otf si the
market rilliid and recovered this loss,
closing easi. 1 than vest, rduj No 2 mlM ii,
cash, 4se a-l:."l; July, ,TJ'to old, September,
inn. r, au-'tc 0111, .ti.i.t, ...-.i um
CJA1S IC.i-CipiS, 1C,U".( lilisueis, uii'l -llip-
ments, tdm bushels. Dull and weaker for
futures without much decline, Hading
light, spot grades steady to firm No 2.
cush. 2t" e bid July. 2t'Jc bid, Septcmbct,
S'.r askM Tday, 2-i',o lild. ..,,,,.
CORN MFAL Quiet. Quoted at J2.0S2ekj
FGOS St.ady Fresh, So.
DlTTTFIl Firm and scarce. Crenmery,
HAY' Strong demand for choice baled
timothy, but llttl" here; Il0i)Jil50i) this
side. Prairie choice scuice and In demand,
J7 ns.50 this side. , ,
PORK Standard mess, Jobbing, Jll.OO.
LARD Prime steam. $0.10; choice, i.20.
BACON Hosed shoulders, $1. 3,'i: longs,
SO 75: ribs, $., $71.. shorts, $7.t.
DRY SALT MFATS Boxed shoulders,
$5C2'A; longs, Jn37'2; ribs, $5 50. shorts, J'i..o
New- 01 loans, July 19 -PROVISIONS-Very
dull but generally steady.
PORK $11 m.
I.ARH Keiineil tierce, 4??t'ec.
liuNFD MFATS Dry salt shoulders, Gc;
sides, fii o
BACON Side", 7c.
HAMS Choice sugar cured, D'i'filOViC.
RICK Qubt Ordinary to good, 3i(l;e
FLOFR Dull. Extra fancy, 3.5O&3.90;
paf tits $17fiJ". ,. . . ,
CORNMEAL Dull: J2.20 per barrel.
BR N Unlet: 7".fS7Ljc.
II A Y-Steady.' Choice timothy, $10 (XK717.no
CORN-Dull anil nominal No 2 sacked
mixed 50f, white, 50cj yellow. 52c.
OATS Steady. No. 2 sai ked, 30Uc,
ad coffee and sugar 3tU..owlTere. Nag
Chicago, 111., July n-FLOlTR-Rc..
cc-lrits, 7,000 barrels, nnd shlprnenis. 5,(X)
,...- ,...,1 tt'n tit .i,.. ,1.1 fnllrttt,
uciirei 1 'u.i. .." . ...w ... ,......."
FOGS Quiet. Fresh, U'5i512c.
Liverpool, July 19 WHEAT ri po t quiet,
but steadv demand moderate. No 2 nil
winter, 5s 2 1, No. 2 red spring. 5s 7'd, No
1 hard Manitoba, 6s 7d, Nn 1. California,
6s 1'sd Futures opened quiet, with near
positions 'il higher, nnd distant positions
unchanged closed steady, with near und
distant positions 'id higher; business about
equally distribute.); July, 5s ."id: August.
5s 2Vid, Sc pteinlM r, ts 3d, October, Es 3',d;
November. 5s 4'd; December 5s 5d.
CORN Spot Him, American mixed, new.
Is Id. Futures opened eiulet, with near and
distant loshluns 'id lower, tlos.d eiulet.
with July uiiehanged and other months ltd
low.r, business heaviest on eirly positions.
July, 4s 3-1. August, Is H.d; September, Is
2d, October. 4s 2!id; November, 4s 2Vsd,
Dee ember Is 2d.
FI.ol'R- Dull; demand poor; St. Louis
fancy winter. 7 Cd.
BACON Demand moderate Cumber
land 1 ut, 2S to 30 lbs , 3U Cd; short ribs, 28
lbs ,31s; l.jiig rear light, 36 to 15 bs., 33s
6d, long lear heavy 56 lbs. 32s; short clear
backs light, 18 lbs., 33s Cd; short clear mid.
dies, heavy 66 lbs., 32s &1; clear bellies, 14
to IC lbs., 32s, bJioulders, square. 12 to 18
lbs , 31s
HA.MS-Short cut. U to 16 pounds, 43s.
TALLOW Fine North Ame-rlcun, nom-
BKEF Extra India mess, 77s 6dj prime
mess. Ml 3d
PORK Prime mess, line Western, 57s Cd;
LARD-Dull; prime Western, 32s Cdj re.
lined In palls, 33s 01; finest American col
ored, new 38s Gil.
The re. euns of wheat during the past
thiee duys were .tiMti centals. Including
37.000 American The lecelpts of American
corn during the past three days were 50,500
Weather heavy: rains at Intervals.
New Orleans, July 13 COTTON I'm.
urea quiet and steady Sales. 11,400 bales
July, C 53c bid, August, c,6itiG6c; Septem
ber, 6.54t)6.6S.i October, tJ.blb.CSc; Novera-
rice: dwnrf, SUnSc.
"m iJiie-e-s, ,, B ciuuie- ureen nnu snitetl,
fJSe .oC,. I,ratids, No, 1, 7'c per pound:
No. 2 r,',c. green, &Hc; green suited, butt
brnniled. No. 1. nHc: Nn. 9. RUe. i.r..n
ber, C.infi.(Mc; Dec.oml.er, (!fiDflC70i: .tan
trnry, r,7."f(e;7i3t'i ivbmtry, fisnficeej
-March, 6ws7f : April, cnoiieoic.
New- York, July 13 COTTON Quiet;
middlings, 7r Net rerelpts, 7 lisle; grow,
10 bales; exports to the Continent. l,"s
forwarded, 2 bales; ile, 117 imie, nil
pplnner.s, Mock, 1PI 271 bales.
. Weekly ti"t receipts, 5 bales! grev M(
Inleii exports to (irenl Brltn.ln, tit bulej
Jo France, f, bales; to the Continent, l.t7
bales; rniwaHcl. M Inles; snles, 3.1W
balesi spinners, 2,7?S bales.
Coffee nml Sngnr.
New York, July IS COITi:!: Option
openeel rteady nt an mlvnhen of cpfiln points;
ruled quiet but generally firm, sellers be
ing scarce nnd a few loval shorln wanting
to cover on the lsf advance nt Havre and
fair warehouse deliveries, It closed
quiet nt iviun point net advance. Sab's,
2,500 bac, Including: July, at 1 1.45c s Septem
ber, ll.iiVi October, 14 K4TI4 "V. and Decern,
ber, HiOIMI'iV; closed, Jnnnniy, lieoff
I4 7V! February. II COflH ,.V; .Altircb, Umt
14 6T.p, Julv, II 50fill.00c; August, II 7W1l.7ric;
September, H.75ieH sOe; October, II Visjll 90c:
Nove-mber, li.Totfll.&Oc; Dcsjcmber, II "Off
Slot e-offee .Rio, quiet! No. 7, I.V40 nuked;
mild, quiet and steady Cordova, 1S'1UI','J
Santos Qillet; good average Santos, 13,600;
receipts, 7,i" lngs; stock, 20(5.010 bags.
Hamburg Quiet, unelmtiged to hi pfg
higher; sale", i.nnj bigs.
Rio Steady; No. 7 Rio, 13,000; exchange,
It 3-lO.li receipts, f. f-m bigs; cleared for the
initeu M'otes. s,eu ini.-sj eienrevi for Eu
rope, none: stock. 102.000 b.isrs.
Warehouse deliveries from New York yes
terday, 7.261 tings, New York slock to-day,
213.772 bags; Fulled Htnfs stock, .1ffi.63t
lugs; afloat for the t'nlted Staten, 133.0i)
bags; totil Visible for the t'nlled Slatee,
4S"5.1l bags, against 305,071 bags lust year.
.SFOAR Raw, firm, rcllned, quiet.
, Havre, July JO.-COFFI, IS Opened quiet,
c higher: nt 12 111., dull, unchanged, nt 3
p. nt dull, unelmtiged, closed eiuli't nt 'if
net advance for the day. Sales 2,(KM bags.
New Orleans, July Hi Col-'FEi; Steady.
Rio, ordinary to fair, KMilS'ao
SFC1AR Quiet, open kettle, fair to
prime, 2jiJc; common lo good common,
2 &-lC5!2'?c, centrifugal, choice white, 3"ic:
off white, 3 13-lCc: graiiulated white, ,1
9-Kc; choice yellow clarllled. Rico; prime
yellow clarllled, S'.c; ore yellow clarllled,
3 3-16KJ3 r.-lf.c: secoiids, 1.13 3-lCo.
MOLASSES Steady. Centrifugal, good
prime, 101711c; good to fnir prime. &S7c;
good common to fair, Cc: Inferior, it lc.
Cincinnati, July !!. WHISKRY Qulot.
Sales, 475 barrel at $1.23
St. IaiuIs, July 19 WHISKY-Steady.
Distillers' ilnlsheil iroods nt $1 J3.
l'eorla, 111.. July 19.-W111SKY-Ilrm.
Finished goods; on the basis of $1.23 for
t.c.lil nml .Inr
New York. July 19. Lead Strong: brok
ers' price, $3.20; exchange, J3.40. Spelter
Steady: domestic, $3.70.
St. Louis. Julv 19 Lead Firm; sales G
cat.s ot $3 15. Spelter Higher, 1 cars ut
ADD COrFK AND SFGAR
Robt. C. White & Co.
Live Slock Commission Merchants,
Kitnsas City Stock Ynnls.
Consignments nnd correspondence solicit
ed Market reports free upon application
ionsion- CATTLE, HOGS, SHEtP to
CO.MJIlVH)N " CO.MPANY.
For Best Results.
Capital. $100 000.
A New- Company.
as City Stock lards
reports furnished. Write us.
FARMERS. FEEDERS, SHIPPERS
CATTLE, 3I0GS and SHEEP to
Ben L. Welch & Co,
Stock Ynrds. Kansas Cite, Mo
Market reports furnished Write 113.
1.1 13 STOCK MARKET.
Receipts at Chicago, St Louis Omaha
and Kansas Citv yestordav w-eie Cattle,
1I.10J, hogs, 22.7m). and sheep, 9,000; same
day lust ye-ar, cattle, 19,Su0, hogs, 2j,2W,and
New- York, July 19 European cables
quote Ameili'iin steers at Hinll. diesse.l
weights; refrigerator beef nt 71'i9'4e, no
expotts to-day. to-morrow- C50 bec-ves nnd
3,9ijii quarters of beef.
CA'lTLE Movement . for the past 21
Receipts 0,20.' 251
Shipments 1,2I S2
Drive-outs 3,153 102
A very good market was had yesterday.
The run was better than for somo days,
but so was the demand. Export dressed
beef native steers were not only in good
request, but were generally 10fil5e higher.
Native cows opened active, and some early
sales showed Increased firmness, but
toward the close the feeling became weak
er and the early strength of tlm nmiket
was lost. Stockers and feeders In heavy
supply. Heavy fecleis vteie in good de
mand and falily steady, but the general
.run was slow- and weak. Range cattle
were here in good numbers. but a steady and
fairly active market whs had. Mlh li cows
weie morn active and higher. Common,
$1517: medium to fair, $l!i)22, and good to
No. Av.Wt. Price No. Av.Wt. Price.
DRESSED BEEF AND TCXPORT STEERS
32 1415....$ tM 20 13.50. ...$ G 45
100 1321.... 5 35 20.1;.. ..1357.... 5 15
42 1321.... G (nl 20 13'V,....- 4 90
S3 1079.... I a a 1311,.... -1 75
31 1170.... 4 90 3D 1225.... 150
12 1225.... 120 20 1271.... 5 40
19 1291..., 5 20 20 1210.... 5 15
IS 1311..., 6 20 40 IM).... B 0)
40 1250..., 4 95 GO 11.W..., 4 90
3S 1320.... 4 S5 40 1392.... 17".
21 1181.... 14". 22 1257...". 4 30
2; 1113.,., 4 05
52 Mi!.... 3 S3 I
1 820.,., 110 3 890..,. 150
3 !().. ., y 15 3 MW ... 2 25
20...... lui)7.... 2 3", U 7t(i.... a 35
11 1007..., 2 10 2.1 820... 2 55
37 Vi'e..., 2 1.5 17 bl7.... 2 ill
17 7'JL... 2 75 9 ill... 2 80
13...... rs"i0..., 2 85 11 917.... 2 83
J) 831.... 3 l) 12 83U..., 3 10
18 9l.... 3 25 1 970... 173
1 892.... 2 tl 12 1015... 2 15
4 S'). ... 2 15 3 ..,. 2 25
12 734.,., 2e0 17.,..,. 755..., 2 33
22 6;.,.. 2 40 22 920..,. 2 10
22 808.... 2 45 I, 911.,., 2 50
22 880.... 2 ffl 20 917.... 2 70
1", 8j!.,,, '2 75 7 It'll., ,. 2 90
5 810.,,. 2 95 10 870..,, 3 K)
8 80I.,.. 3iO 9 92.... 323
1 770.... 2 50 1 SSfl.... 2W
f, 12(0.... 2 25 1 730.... 2 15
1 1250.... 2 15 2 10J).,,. 2 50
2 1250.... 2 40 1. 1190.... 2 23
1 720.... 2 u) 3 1370.... 2 25
1 1250.... 2 00 1 I2u).,., 2 10
3 9'..,., 2 37 1 75)).,.. 175
1 950,.,. 2 50 1 1G50.... 2 35
II f.60,.,. 2 3n I 12 7s0..., 2 73
10 172,... 2 32'S, 23 741.,,. 2 4n
23 055..,. 2 83 I 13 C7J.... 2 75
11 ?.... I 1 & .... 8 00
3 .... 3 00 I 12...... Q .... 0 50
17 is .... 5UI I .
BTi-CKERs. ND PEEPERS.
2i) 925.... 133 25 Dil.... 4 12V4
31 755..,. 3 73 23 li).... 3 80
30 1191.... 120 01 90!.. 3 50
22 1016..., 103 25 912..., 3 25
24 650,,,. 3 23 10 1017..,. 3 SO
17 OIL... 3 20 52 904... 3 00
27 892..., 365 20 1SW)..., 4 40
21 109s.... I () 21 . ...IS)..., 143
47 807..., 2 50 46 1123,.,. 3 50
22 800... 3 13 10 101! ... 3 60
21 81S ... 3 23 I 12 luBS.... 3 9i)
19 602.,..' 3 00 I
RANOE CATTLE-NATIVE DIVISION.
50 ....1040.... 3 80 3s 1182..., 4 63
13 U3U. .. 3 50 I
79 12i ... 4 40 I 25 976..,, 4 00
903.... 3 45 I
13,,.. . 658 ., 2 15 I 1 700..
NEW JtEXICO STEERS.
22 1260... 3 35 I 23... 10fr?.,
NEW MEXICO CALVES.
W C 8 HI I 3... . (S .,
4 S3 I
vrri.E- rnvAS division.
ii.A,ia Ar.ii irviiiMN s.r'-i.ua.
S3 10S3..,. 3 80 1127 1019..,, 3 73
97 193..., 3 70 21S 9nL... 3 63
.... 972 ...
.... 8f2 ...
1 K.V S
Id!!" 2 fa
AS AND INDIAN HULLS.
nn . . z nr, 3 air,
TE. is AS'I) I!
WO ... 2 CM Is.... IS8.,.. 2
PI AN CALVES
' ( I 20 ft ,
fl7l. .. 2 ( I
602 ... 1 (M I
1IOOS Movement for the past 21 hours:
Receipts ,. ,, ,, ,, c,3,-7
Shipments ., , ,,,,,, f"!
Drlve-outn , ...,.,.,.,..,,., 1,70S
A more active nnd higher market was
had yesterday. Packers and shippers both
vvatiled supplies nnd values ruled M713iJ
higher. Hie greatest Improvement being In
lltrht weights, nnd mixed heavy Improved
the least, but they were all wanted. Ex
treme range, JI.8lVtf5.Ui; bulk of sales, JI.93
No. Sli. Av. Pi Ice No. 8h. Av. Fries
"i7 so no J 1 t2i iii? 4ii 132 j r, rn
75 80 151 17 174 m SO 217 4 90
131 . 2eii 4 ji) 123 80 275 4 IM
6S 10 361 4 90 45 80 201 4 92'J
II 120 230 4 9". 01 10 2V) 4 95
O'l .. 24'i 4 95 i! 10 211 I 95
70 80 251 4 If. 00 0 293 I 93
64 .. PO I 95 SI 160 221 4 97'i
82 100 229 0 71 .. 222 6 0)
7!l 40 220 5 () 91 40 211 Ii 00
70 .. 22X f. 0) 7S .. 205 6 0)
127 iro 203 r. 00 si so 190 r. oi
108 30) 213 6 0314 S3 120 211 1 05
40 .. 197 6 (f. 72 80 ISO r. 10
(SI .. 260 I 90 72 40 20) 4 so
CI .. 213 I I") VI .. 301 4 90
00 120 221 I 92 51 200 220 4 95
77 200 221 4 93 I't .. 257 4 95
9t 20) 221 4 95 CI 40 221 4 95
M 80 215 I 18 ("2 .. 280 4 97'4
OS .. 251 4 97'i 40 10 I'iO 6 01
7S 10 210 Ii (III SO 40 203 5 O)
95 120 220 Mm Gl 80 2i2 6 00
79 200 20S 5 01 70 120 2i 5 00
90 ..198 (i OH 04 .. 1S.1 6 03
01 80 191 5 03 6S .. 202 6 03
72 40 181 C 10
SHEEP Movement for the past 24 hours:
Receipts .... , 1,153
There was hatdly- so much life to tho
market yesterdav ns Thursday, but tho
qinlliy of tho offerings was not so good.
What good muttons and fat lambs here
sold well, but poor grades were Inclined
to drag, and at times showed weakness.
33 Southwest lambs.
50 natives ,
, .. 71
. . . . 57
4o Texas S7
50 culls 74
HORSES AND MULES Movement for
the past 21 hours:
There were a few more In yesterday, but
buyers wire Indifferent, nnd what few
sabs made were to local speculators, and
prices paid much tho same as tho previous
days of the week, but there was no out
Mules, 14 hands J23W 33
Mules, nil. hands 40-fJ) 50
Mules. 15 hands 45fl) 00
Mules, 15'. hands 601? 70
Mules. 10 to 1GV hands SlffllO
Horos-Southern 207f 30
llorsi's Stree-ters 30iff 10
Drivers . 40ff 03
Draft 4ftcT- 70
SOLD AT AUCTION
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week, at the Kansas City
Stock Yards Horse and Mule Dept.
W. S. Kit r.ll A: SON, Managers.
Hundieds of all classes of horses sold at
private sale ord at auction each day. AH
stock must be as represented or no sale.
LIVE STOCK IY TELEGRAPH.
St Louis. July 19 OATTEE Receipts.
1.5011, shipment, COO. Market strong and
aitlve eind cle mind exceeded supplv. Oood
shipping and export steeis, $5 23fi5 73: light
shipping good butchers' nml dressed beef
steels. $,!.731i5 20; common steers, IS.OO-VfS 50:
stockers and feeders. $2 50TilO); cows anil
mixed lo-ts, $2 00'i3 50; Texas and Indian
steers rangc-d $2 75'.i 1.23, but most ot tho
sales were at $)2i3.75, cows, heifers and
mixed. $2 25'a3 25.
HOGS Receipts, 3,100; shipments, 1,700.
Market stiong. with a demand exceeding
the supply and prices 6c higher. Butch
eis'. 85 10'y5.4'j; peckers'. $1 SOTiO.23; light
sold with the heaviest, $5.30Ti3 40.
SHEEP Receipts. 1,500. shipments, none.
Maik. t about steudv for sheep, but weak
and declining for lambs Nntlve sheep,
12 75113 05, lambs, $3 505.00; Texas sheep,
$2 !". 2.30.
Chicago, 111, Julv 19 CATTLE Re
ceipts were fair for Frldav, being estlmat
nt about 5 6o0, In. lulling 1,500 Texans anil
about 400 Wvoming Lingers. There wu-s
not a very large demand, but the limited
supply ki pt prices from weakening and
quotations stood about the same as yes
tirday. A few line cattle were of extta
line quality, but the bulk consisted of
common to medium grades. The best
aiove of Texans was sold at $4,10. Western
rangers sold at I.MyrjllO. Native steers
sold ut 53.40'jC.OO, and cows and bulla at
$1 6O0J 75.
HoOS Prices had another rise of IO3
pe r 100 pounds to-day, ns only about 13,50)
fiesh und accumulated hogs were offered
for sale. As usual, shlnpeis were the best
buyers, and the few light hogs went olt
like, hot cakes, Tho offerings, both heavy
and light, were soon disposed of, best light
weights r. aching $5 55, or 2no higher than
wii.s paid for the best heavy. Sales weie
made of luavy nt $4 8iit(3 33: mixed lots.
JI.'joiiE 10, light weights- at J3.10Q5.53, and
pigs at $1501(5 00
.SHEEP Receipts, 7,000 .vro now In act
ive dem mil at ?2 inXn I 611 for common to ex
tra, with the bulk of the sales of natives,
which comprised the bulk of tho offerings,
at $J.25') l.oo. Fed Te.xuns have sold at
$2 u5, and grass .Montana 92 pound sheen
at $H0ff.l5, For yenilings there was a
demand at $ l.r.OT; 1.1,0. The advance on
Wistcm sheep has been as much as $1.23
(150 In two weeks, and It Is likely to
biiug In big supplies. Spring lambs liavo
been offered In large numbers, and sales
arc now made at S10oii6.50 for poor 10
choice, nice lots selling at $3.0o-u3,l5, Tho
sneep ouen ci 10-aay were vvet and trade
was very slow.
Omaha. Neb., July 19. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,00); market active, shad lower.
Native beef steers, $3C05i3 30; Western
steers, $35O?il40; Toas steers, I2.60fil.2I;
cows and heifers, $2.6o'k3.Co: canners, $1.23f
2 10; stoclejirs and feeders. $2.50i3 9o; calves,
(2 5011 1 ru; bulls, slags, etc, $1,601(3 25.
HOOS iti. tints, 2,201), Quality good;
maiket active and strong, Heavy, 5o
highei, $1.751(1 95, mixed, $I85Q4 95; light,
6(10c higher, Ji.83fj5.05, bulk of sales, $4.83
tillEEP Receipts, SOO. Market stronger.
Fair to choice natlvis, $iii(3.73; fair to
choice Westerns, $2.25(u3 23; common and
stock sheep, $1,754)2.40; lambs. $3,O)Jj5 50.
PROPOSALS Notice Is hereby given
that, by older of the county court of Jack,
son county. Mo, sealed proiosals will bo
leceived ut 111. lespec tlve oltlces of the
county surveyor and the county clerk of
said county, in the court house at Kansas.
City, up to the hour of 12 o'clock, noon,
of tho sth duy of August, 1893, tor doing
the following wolk, to-wlt; Grading
Knoche load, from center line of section
20, township 17, rangu 32, to south line of
Jackson county Specifications for the
above work may be seen In the unices of
the county suiveyor and tho county clerk.
In the court house at Kansas City, Mo. A
cash deposit of $200 0), or a cei tilled check
for such amount, to uccompany each bid,
to bw forfeited to Jackson county in case
of jefusal or inability of tho bidder to en
ter Into sutlsliu tory cuntiact and bond for
said work v.ilbln C days after awarding
the contract The court reserves the right
to leject uny and all bids.
Dated July 20th, 1893.
. , . T' T CRITTENDEN. JR..
Clcsrk of County Court of Jackson County,
SCALES, new and 2d hand,
of all ItinuV.Lelter Presses, Trucks,
etc UOUJJKX & SKLLKCK Ctt.
Tel. 000. en Mulberry st,
Iv'tll'.KICAM vvittMiu 1'. Chester nnd St).
sail H. Chester, his wife, by their deed of
trust dated the third day of January, eight
een hundred and ninety, nnd recorded In
the office ot the recorder of deeds of Jack
son county, Missouri, nt Kansas City, on
the fourth day of January, eighteen hun
dred nnd ninety. In book 11 S9!,, pages 219
lo 224. both Inclusive, conveyed to the un
dersigned, Jefferson Brumback, trustee,
the following described land In Kansas)
City. Jackson county, Missouri, to-wlt: All
of lols lettered "E" nnd "F." In block:
numbered slxty-feven (67), In McOee's ad
dition to the City of Kansas, as the snmej
are marked and designated on the plat of
snld addition on file nnd of record In the
olllcc of the recorder ot deeds of said Jack,
son county, making n pirccl fronting In
width fifty (50) feet on the south lile of
lh south brnnrh of Fourteenth street. In
Kansas City, between Onk street and Lo
cust stret,and running back south ninety
nine (92) feet moro or less to an alley, In
trust to secure payment of certain
promissory notes In snld deedof trust de
scribed! and whereas default has been
made In the payment when due of the
principal note nnd the flfiy-four and sixty
months' Interest notes mentioned In sale
deed, and tho same still remnln duo and
unpaid, now, therefore, public notice Is
herein- given, that at the request of tho
owner nnd holder of sail defaulted notes,
the other notes maturing before those hav.
Ing been paid, I will, ns such trustee, by'
virtue of the power In such deed, proceed
to sell the property hereinbefore and In
snld deed nf trust tlosprlbed, and any and
every patt thereof, nl public vendue, to tho
highest bidder, at the court house door in
the City of Kansas (now called Kansas
City), In the county nf Jackson nforestld.
for cash, on Friday, the second day or
August, eighteen hundred and ninety-live,
between the hours of nine o'clock In tho
forenoon nnd nve o'rlock In the afternoon,
o pay said notes and Interest thereon, and
tho costs and expenses of executing tho
trust, the court house door nt which such
sale will be made being the south front
door of the court house building In Knns-vs
City, Jackson county, Missouri, on tho
block of ground bounded by Fifth street,
Onk street, Missouri avenuo and Locust
street, being tho building wherein the cir
cuit court of Jackson county, Missouri, nt
Kansas City, will be held, or might lawful.
IS" bo held If then In session, and being tho
door where tho sheriff usunlly sells land
JEFFERSON nnfMRACIC. Trustee.
WHEREAS, Sylvester W. Hurst and
Helen A. Hurst, his wife, by their deed ot
trust dated the twenty-seventh day of
March, eighteen hundred nut eighty-eight,
and recorded in the olllce of the recorder
of deeds of Jackson county, Missouri, at
Kansas City, on the twenty-seventh day
ot March, eighteen hundred nnd eighty
eight, In book B 303, pages 621 to 528, both
Inclusive, conveyed to the undprslgned.JefT
erson Brumback, trustee, the following
described land In Knnsas City, Jackson
county, Missouri, to-wlt: Lots numbered
seventeen (17) nnd eighteen 1S), In block
number three (3), In Chaso's subdivision of
the following described tract ot land, to
wlt: Situated In the s. e. quarter of sec
tion 4, town. 49, N,, range 33, West, con
taining a front of 30 poles, 25 links on tho
south lino of 12th street (40 feet wide), br
a depth south with the same width of 43
Coles, 12'A links, and bounded on the c.
y east Ime of the west rnlf of the s, e.
quarter of said section 4, being a parcel of
land fronting 60 feet on tho east side ot
Euclid avenue, and 122 feet on the south
side of 13th street. In the City of Kansas,
In trust to secure payment of certain
promissory notes therein described; nnd,
whereas, ciefnult was made In the payment
wnen due, of the principal note described
In said decJ of trust, nnd the prime still
remnlns due and unpaid and nothing hns
been paid thereon, except Interest to the
twenty-fourth ot September, eighteen hun
dren and ninety-four; now, therefore, pub
lic notice is hereby given, that at the re
quest of the owner and holder of said note)
(the other notes secured by said deed of
trust having been paid), and because of
such default, acting under the power lr
said deed of trust, I will, as such trustee,
proceed to sell the property herelnbeforo
and In such deed described nnd any and
every part thereof, at public vendue, to tho
highest bidder, at the court house door in
the City of Kansas (now called Kansas
City), in Jackson county nforesald, for
cash, on Friday, tho second day of August,
eighteen hundred and ninety-live, between
the hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon
nnd tlve o'clock In the afternoon, to pay
the amount remaining unpaid on said prin
cipal note, to pay the costs nnd expenses of
executing said trust, the court house door
at which such sale will be made being tho
south front door of the court houso build
ing in Kansas City, Jackson county, Mis
souri, on tho block of ground bounded by
Fifth street. Oak street. Missouri avenuo
nnd Locust street, being the building where
in the circuit court of Jackson county,
Missouri, at Kansas City, will be held, or
might lawfully be held if then in session,
and being tho door where the snerlff usu
ally makes sales on execution.
JEFFERSON BRUMBACK. Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas, Thomas
Field, and Viola Field, his wife, by their
certain deed of trust, dated the eighth duy
of January, 1891, nnd Hied for record and
recorded on tho tenth clay ot January, 18J1,
in the olllce ot the recorder of deeds In
nnd for Jackson county, MP-souil, at Kan
sas City, In book I! No 428. at pago 2,81,
e-oiiveyeu to the undersigned trustee tha
following described real estate situate in
the county of Jackson, state of Missouri,
to-wit: Lots forty (lo), forty-one (41) and
forty-two (12), In Troost hill, reference be
ing made to the recorded plat of said
Troost hill on llle In the olllce of the re
corder of deeds In and for Jackson county,
Missouri, nt Kansas City. In trust, how
ever, to secure the payment of one nego
tiable promissory note In said deed of
trust descrlbe'd; and whereas. It Is provid
ed In snld deed ot trust that in case
default Is made in the payment of said
note, or of the interest, or uny part there
of, when due, then the said trustee may
proceed to sell said property In said deed
of trust described and hereinbefore de
scribed, nnd any and every part thereof;
and whereas, default has been made in tho
navment of said note, and the same Is past
due and remains unpaid; now. theictore,
public notice is hereby given that I, tho
undersigned trustee, will, by virtue of tha
authority In me vested by the terms of
said deed of trust, and at the request of
the legal owner and holder of said note,
proceed to sell and sell the real est ite
hereinbefore described, at publlo vendue,
to the highest bidder, for cash, at tho
north front door of the United States cus
tom house In Kansas City. In the county
of Jackson, state of Missouri, on Thurs
day the llrst day of August, 1893, between
the hours of nine o'clock In tho forenoon
and Hvb o'clock In the afternoon of said
day to pay said note and costs and es
nenses of executing this trust
V GILMER MERIWETHER. Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE By reason of de
fault In the payment of the principal nolo
v.ith Interest thereon, described In the
deed of trust, dated the 15th day of June,
liss. executed by George W. Nelson and
Elbe T. Nelson, his wife, Illed for record
in the olllce of the recorder of deeds of
Jackson county, Missouri, at Kansas City,
Missouri, on July 11th, 18S8, and there re
corded in book Li No. 100, nt page Oil, I
will between the hours of nine o'clock In
the forenoon and live o clock in tho after
noon, on Tuesday-, the 30th day of July,
lfc93. at the west front door of the United
States custom house and postolllce. In
Kansas City. Jackson county, Missouri,
at the request of the legal holder and
owner of said note, sell at public auction,
to the highest bidder, for cash, the follow
ing described real property, situated in
the county of Jackson, state of Missouri,
to-wlt: The north twelve and one-half
(ISVi) feet of lot numbered eighteen (IS),
and the south twciity-llvo (25) feet of lot
numbered nineteen (19), all In North Alta
mont. an addition to the city of Kansas,
now Kansas City, us bald lots ure marked
and designated on tho ''Corrected Plat of
North Altamont," on file and of record In
the ofllce of the recorder of deeds of said
Jackson county, at Kansas City, Missouri,
for the purpose of satisfying the debt se.
cured by said deed of trust and the cost
of executing this trust
CHARLES R. RUSSELL. Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALL-By reason of default
In the payment of the principal note ana
one interest coupon 1 escribed in a deecf of
trust made by Martin O. hills und Bar
thena Ellis, his wife, dated the 7th day of
June, 1890. and recorded on the 9lh day
of October, 18JU, In book B 431, at page iti
in the ollice of the recorder of deeds for
Jackson county, Missouri, at Kansas city.
1 will, by virtue of the promises and of the
power In roe vested by said deed of trust
und at tha request of the legal holder of
hours ot 9 o'clock in the forenoon and S
o'clock In the afternoon, on Thursday, the
25th day of July. 189... at public vendue tS
the hlghtst bidder, for cash, for the pur
pose of paying said notes and the cost of
executing this trust. " "
A. A. TOMLINSON. Trustee
Kansas City, July 1st, 1695. ' lrustee-
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICK-T0 whom It may
concern: ou will take notice that the un
derslgned, assignee of Geo. il liueek.
ing, on the 19th day of August! 15J5 and
w - - "r- 1 ,,", u,ii nve o ciock p.
in., on each of said days, at room Nn 'i
oiie.uie; u.ubi, at cue s tv
saiu iiu.s-, ,..--.- .w -- ... ut mi. num.
bered 29. in Llnwood Summit, nn atij ,,' "'
to the city of Kansas City. Jac-kscVn county
llo., as shown by the rce-orded plat of salj
Addition, at the south front cioor of tha
...... ViAitku In Kiinv.iH I'll 1 .... r,,J
cor. of 9th ami I
aium 1 bis., ivansas city. Missouri, will hear I ' I
proofs of claims and demands against Geo J It
11. Buecklng, which existed at tho time of
the assignment, which was oA the 2'n.i T
day of June, 1895. and all creditors having ?
anv claim or demand ..!',iinst .. .1.1 V..,'..' . H.
Buecklng are hereby notllled to present
inivIS ft! 'phe "".e ""J the plica "d"!
scribed, in the foregoing notice.
U. F, BLACK. Assigns,