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TIIK KAXSAS CITY JOUHXAL. THURSDAY, .1ULY2.J, 1895.
i0mm i . ... .. .
Wi S. At ODDS, Priildciit.
The National Bank of Commerce.
Accounts solicited, nmi depositors offered every facility consistent
wit It Kood banking.
(V. A. "VII.ION V.M lit ITHl. Ji'S. I'AIIS. .1 II. ARNOLD WM. ASKEW.
) cKnKMmr ii c nNnt.ii it ward, s j malleoli. v. t. vtKiinintis.
0. M COI.l". J. .1 MM) fOltli. ni:STKItA SNItlKK W S WOODS. V. A llfl.K.
Missouri) Kansas & Texas Trust Go,,
KAN.' I'll V, Mil,
flllll.ll --- HI, ',10,11(10.
surplus mid I mil, hint I'r.iiit., t:ut,tim.
AIITlirit i:. Hlll.vM.l.l. President
Vlte Pr.stdetits A. A Mosher. U I. Mrtln.
W. R Tajflor. J Mr I). 'I rltnble.
Itobt. II Con, "-p'teiim. Wm S Toylor.
Treisurer; Iranx H iVlicor, As.it Ttnav:
Jantto T. Noltlienius Asst. ecv. Trimble A
Hfafe.r. General Ai;nrn-r
Lveiutcs ii (iiiicral I rust ltnliir.
Arts u I rustec, 't rmisfcr Agent or Itrg
Utmr for ( itrpiiriitlmi..
Acts n t'.it-t nine. VitinlnlMriitttr, Guard
inn. or 'trustee of Otntcs.
Colli its V' .tern Mortgage.,
'Pukes itmrgo or prnpiiilc., inllntlug
lints, paling tutus, I'd., lor distcrn In
tistiiri.. Kansas City Dlreitors A K. "tllwell, II t
Martin. A. A Mosher, c A Heati. Trunk I ooper,
F, A. t'numi. .1 Mel) Trlinlil". ltohl tillllum
flood business paper, strong makers and
Indorsers, or good collateral. SikIi no run
bear Investigation can bt used (iruiiiptly ut
Parties having such paper to otter pleas
correspond with us. Telephone 1592.
tilll'AUOiinil KASsVs I ''V COMMISSION
H. U. AIIKMi. l't fil'-J l)cliiwro Mi-ret.
Houston, Fibie & Go.
(Successor to Wm. J Wollmnn Co)
BONDS, STOCKS 'T," .'AV.IAL
tt'JU Dl'biuillc stri'i'l. Klllisi. Itl, Mo.
W. J. Andersons81
103 Delaware sL. Kansas Cits1. Mo. Com
meiclal Paper, Stocks and Uontla. Ileal
H. P. WRIGHT & GO.
STOCKS nnd BONDS.
The only nrm In Kansas City dealing In
bonds ami .stocks ex lu.stvely. High trade
bonds and stocks always on hand.
lor our quotations.
TEI.. 2631. COO DELAWARE ST.
There was a more unlet tone to the local
money market osterda. The demand
lor money has dropped rf attain. There
was some cattle paper offering, but mer
chants atnl manufacturers vvunteil no as
slstnnce and the loan market as a whole
was dull. Hales, however, remain un
changed, still GfyS prr cent. Currency
shipments to the country very light.
Hank clearings yesterday, Sl.477.llii; same
day last year, $l,r53,:XSl. a decrease of $"(!,
03:i, a loss of I per cent.
ICastem exchunge oulet and weaker.
Houston, Flbie ,c Co., exchange brokers,
quote It as follows:
New York, 2oo premium; Chicago, par;
St. I.ouls. par.
The gold reserve yesterday was ?I05,711,
017. Local IS. ink Stock Onntatioii..
Tl.'e following are the bid and nBkeil
price of slocks of Kaunas City oanks nnd
other local securities, as furnished by II.
1 Wright ,c Co., brokers. Armour build
Amertcnn National bank Uil (17'i
Citizens' National bank.... .....loo 103
l-'lrrt National bank 170 ISO
Interstate National bunk S3 in
Midland National bank lOo l2Vj
Missouri National bank 95 IbO
National Bank of Commerce ...112 115
I'nlon National bunk 102 UC'.i
Missouri Savings bank US
Mechanics' bank 102 lnt;
Kansas City State bank fcO so
Metropolitan National bank DO !ir,
New Kngiand Bafe Deposit 120 123
Kansas City Stock Yards CIS. itn
Metropolitan Street railway BO 7u
United States Trust Company.. J03
Money at II011111 noil Abroad.
New York. July II Money on call easy
ut 1 per cent: lust loan. I: closed, I per
cent. Prime mercantile paper, !"; I per
cent. Sterling exchange. Jlrm, with actual
business In bankers' bills at SI.DOii l.fio1, for
demand, and tl.SJWi4.SM', tor sixiv days.
Posted tat-s. Ji.S'jUfi l.iiu and $l.:w'..'fi l.til.
commercial lulls, ji.sv,.
London. July 21. Money 'i per cent. The
rate of discount in the open market for
short and three months' bills, 9-ltl per cent.
Now York, July 21. Cleat lngs, Ji3,3U,277;
Huston, July 21. Clearings, J16.S7n.293;
Baltimore. July 21. Clearings, $2,201,fiOT;
Philadelphia. July 21,-ClenrlnBS. ?11,.'25,
411: balances, $1,501,760,
Cincinnati. July 21. Money 3'-.ill per cent.
New York exehamje, par to 2 premium,
cwarlngs. 12. 157.530
Chicago, July 21. Clearings, JH,'.li!,iil.
Money easy. Hates, 4(ti4'.s p,r cent for all
I ian. nnd 5ji.V3 per cent for commercial
paper. New York exchange. 23c premium,
linkers' (London 1 wterllng. ti.W.i to li.wi'i,.
St. LQuIk, July 21. ciearliiBH, S3,37"..u!i7:
b.ilanees. IWJ1.27S. New York exchange, pur
bid. Money 5Sj6 ner cent.
New (Jrleuns, July 21. Clearinirg, tCStl,l39.
New York I'xchanee. fi.Sb rer JI.OOO prem-1
nun: commercial. 3u,- per 11,000 premium. !
.Memphis, July 21. Ctearin, 55,000:1
balances, JS2.M6, Eastern excimnge, l I
, J.. , .,.
4,Bar silver, 30',id per
New York. July 21. Silver certlflniiieK.
o.aeTse; bar silver, tiGV'lUeXiuun dollars,
slum -nut linvcriiiiient iii.nri.
w... vlli, ,..iV. V. o,";.J .. !'.' ..
ew York, July 4.-CIosln cpiotatlons
Hie New York Stool; exchange:
H. . utn.
Alabama, cla A n7
Ai-baimi. emits u..., , lur
Alabama., class C
Louisiana, ntw consols, 4s.
North Carolina 1
South Carolina non-fund..
'IVnues.ee 3s, new settlements.. )
i eiinesnee as, new settlements.. iu
TVnlleSkeu lis, oh settlements., SO
VlrgiuU centuries ,, fsjti
Mtiteurt 8 IW "
New York, July 2i.rCIosln quotittlons
on I ha .New York Stack exchujie,
. . . . Yest'r-
A1CJ11SOO is,, .,..,....
AlfcbUun Kd A
Canada. Southern 2ds
Central I'uelilc lsts ,
Denver & Itio Urmnle U...
Deliver & lib Urande Ts ..
Erie 2ds :
(i.. II. i ii. A. as
ii.. 11. & S. A. 7
Houston A- Te.i'ib Central 3s..itn
Iluutton & Tx Central Cs....io;
31utu.il Union C H3
Missouri, K,,s. ti 'Vvk. lit Is.. S7tl
Missouri. Kus. Tex. 2d Is ... u
New Jersey Central general 6..ll
Northwest S. P. delntures...)I.j
Northwestern consols ... , iJ
Northern P.eltjc lsts I1
Northern Pacific SMs l,r
Hlo Grande We.lun lsts 77V.
St. Paul consols. 7i
St. L. 1. M. fjftinrul is...
St. L. A: !j. F. smusral lis
St i'ljul. C. hi P. W. 5....
1 exaui i-aciuu ,i
Texas l'-clfic 2ds
I'llioil I '.11 ,1,1 lsts Of ''Mi
Wtst -hot. Is
siotks and III. ,
Kw Yotlt, July 21. Share
.l. ",'""? i"," rsi.wieui jjs , By. jjy sample on trni K here ut Kanuis
I 'nlttKl State 4. coupon 112U Jt2',i City: No. 2 hard, 0 ears early at H' '7
!".'' i,.ue. neyi U l'oi,p0,,"?3 l' ''ft'1 "' 6lL! "ter 0 cms it fie, i cars i
I'nlted State new rg. -U 1221 122Vs 05V' ; No. Shard, 3 cars at 3c rejected 3
,aV"i !:" S8 ret.ered....Ilrf) JIB?, ,10 e,ade, 2 curs ut 53c; No. 2 led, new
United States Ss, resUlered.... p7 OJ nominul it dwytuo: No. 3 red. 2 cars at"'.
I'actllo UB 100 Ida a .... m ,:i.. una 1 , ,, .. , i!,r. M , ...(
W. A. Itl't.l;, (MOiler.
on tli Stock exchan-re Irregular n'ttd
unsettled thtoughiiut the greater part of
thi ,M an. I in the Dual tritilltiK was di
ilibdlj heavy in tone. Chief mining the
ili-pii'Kin intluelke iti the market was
th' sharp advance In wheat, which re
flected it-ports of a scant crop and as a
tuisetrii.nrv lol to iellln of the prannirs,
tioth for the lonit nmi short nrrounts.
Thi' jf.nerill tallttny list .'nht t!n .lr
lr.'slon, whli'h was increased to somr
xti'nt hy a slluhtly hai,lei,lli(t telidenoy
of Merlin pxrhnngo and by inoilerate
snle for thi' foreign ni count, tnaltily on
nrbiirnne. The course of the market wag
vi iv erratic with the wildest mutilations
in the industrials.
In the bond market the Atihlson Issues
wni heavily dealt In ami on purehnns
nmtrefrntiriB l.is.no.) the 4s Irust receipts
linptoved p, nc-r relit and Is seoohit trust
ecelpt IS. Aside from the Atchison
irndlntt the inquiry wan good for other
mortmiRPs, which caused n Rcticml rite In
Vulii.'s The flg;reHte sales of the day
I'luliifl the turn, total of i2,MU,0W.
(Jimintluiia on the New York Stock ex
ehanite were, ns foilowm
Adams n.tnress .....lfr
Ati-hlson Itallrond , Wi
American :.icsr ., UJ
IlillllUlote & ohto (a
Canada I'aelllc h
'imada Houtheril 61
Cetiirnl l'iii.'illc Mi
Cbesiipenlii' .V Ohio 21'a
'hnairii . Alton lf.O
chi.'iiKi,. IturlltiRton & Qulney., ."
I'hlcami (las Mx
I'Muivo ,v K. llllnolB prefd Ki
''.. C. ,t St. I. -I7H
c.Hi.nlldnteil (!as 13!i'-i
c.ilotndo l''uel fc lion R1,
I'iilnr.idn Kind A- Iron prefd.... !:'.
Colorado t'oal & Iron S
iton oil Certlllcates :g',I
I'elavvare & lliiilson IS)
Iielawaie, I.nekinvamiii & '...lia'.
Denver A; Itlo flratide Ill,
Denver .v: Itlo C.rande prefd..,. t7V.
Distillers & C. 1 Co.... 2l(,
l'.rli- prefd Ku,
I'ort Wayne lisfi
llenernl Kleetrlo SCJ,
iin-in ;onnern preiu il'.,1.
llnols Central ......'.'.'.. !j
"iklnc Valb'y L'J'J
Houston & Texas Central
itausnM A: 1 exns jiref d
Lake Lrle .t Westetll
Lake Krle A- Weslern tiref'il..
Louisville ,t Nashville
Louisville te New Allianv
.Menipnis A- ( natieston
IMInnesota & St. Louis
Mobile ,t Ohio
National Cordage prefd
National Linseed Oil Co
New York Central
Northern P.iclllc prefd
New Jersey Central
Norfolk .t Western prefd....
Nashville A.- Chattanooga ....
New York A New England...
Ontario Jt Western
Oregon A; Navigation
Oregon Improvement Co
O. S. L. ,t V. N
Pacific Mail R. S. Co
Peoria, Decatur & Lvnnsvllle
Pullman Palace Car Co
North American Co
Hlo tlrande Western
Klo Grande Western prefd...
Hock Island A Pacific
St. Paul prefd
St. I'aul A: umahn
St. Paul A: Omaha prefil lis
Southern Pacific 2I4
Sugar Hennery Co 11SL,
T., A. A. & N. M 2
Tennessee Coal A Iron .154
Texas I'aelllc 12,
Toledo, St. Louis K. C 8
Toledo, St. L. A: K. C. prefd... 11V4
I'nlon Paelllc 13',t
P. P., Denver A: Gulf 5
I'nlted States Kxpnss 41
Wheeling A- Lake Erie 17
' ,. ,i,-,-ini.; ,v ...int i.i
.1. iin. ,.
am- i;ne prom... r.3'2
Wabash. St. Louis A: Pacini
Wabash. St. L. A- p. prefd...
Western I'nlon Telegraph Co
Second asfessment paid.
! New stock.
The Hanson Paper and .Milling Company
wishes to buy material for making paper.
Will pay for wheat, rye 01 oat straw, II
per ton, and inaikct r.,tes lor old paper
ami rags d, l.ver.,1 at the mill, located In
the Kast bottoms. Just e.tt uf Agnes ave
nue and south uf Air Line rallin.nl, Kan
C. l. khknch. President.
WYAN NELSON. Secretary and Treasurer.
Orders executed for future delivery of
Grain and Provisions.
Itooms 20. 21 and 22, Exchange bids.
Private wires to Chlcaco, Now York and
Till; (illAI.N AIAKKLT.
In store Wheat, 81,323 bushels; corn,
4S.377 bushels, oats, GI.3W bushels, and rie,
3, Ml bushels.
WHEAT Heieipts past 21 hours.... 27.000
Same time lust year 5l.on0
An excited and blither market was hud
yesterday. The repot t by the Kansas State
I .Miners- Association in.it that state would
(not maltc over lo,wjvitKi bushels of wheat
f t.nd that not over lo per cunt of that
I woum ue goon unuusn tu nun had a very
' toiHUh imie..,,. ..
Nonhwest also continue to report damage
i to the crop there. The result was a shurp
I .bul1 movement In Chicago, September der
liveries advancing 4.c. Cash' grain here
aiiu uuvice.s irom tne
i was higher In kimpuihy and in good d
I mand. Tho elevator men ..11 free buyer
) nmi some Inquiry from millers for the to
1 ear at 59c. 1 car. 53 noun. Is. at .'. 1 e.n-
at Sic. 1 cur at 59c, und late 2 cm at tiOc
and I our at lilc.
COHN-Hecelpts past 21 hours i,ino
Same time hut year Si.suo
The market was steady and tlrm, under
the Inlluence of the bullish feeling in
wneat. nut there was no especial life to
.trade, buyers dispose d to hold back and
ifp slow. Jly sample on track here at
I Kansas City: No. 2 mixed, li ears at 39c,
I car t 38V. 3 can) nt J!.i I cur at w.c,
S.0IW tmshchv at 39.'; No. 3 mixed, Syfrfcijc
I No. J white, 1 car ftl 3Uc aild 1 car at
VV; No. 3 white, 3S3iiW'-
I OATS-Kecelpp, past 21 hour 11,000
, Same time lust year out
j There were more In yesterday than for
some time, et prices were held steady
i ! lirm undr the Inlluence of a bullish
wheat market and it stronger tone to
corn. Trading, however, was light. Hy
sample on track here at Kansas Cuv v..
2 miieit, 1 car old at 2le nnd 1 ear at SILcj
No S mixed, 2 far new at 21e; No. I
on ru, 1 mr ai 10c; .-10. i vvnite. 1 iar at
27' jo; No 3 uhii., I car new 3l',c; No. 4
ItYE He, en, ts mint si hniir
Same tlm- lust year ivw
None coming- in snd market dull for the
want of ofteiiiic Prices nominal. No. 2.
tt, Ny. 3. 40O4.U.
I'l.OI'H Dtmand A little better under
the Inlluence of a strong? wheat market.
but LilKtb n0i uuotablv hinher. Soft
?'&' Hfr ,w pound sack, patents, tl.&OCP
,!-Jt?: .,f 'snej, $1. 63H1.75, fancy, Jl.SOQ
I'Wl choice. l.4jl.M hard wheat? per IW
fai.' ,CK- Ptents. ii.soji2.00; straights.
um& r?r?ii.istM-w' ,0" Eria,!3'
COftNMKAL-Firiii, but klow sale. We
quote at Jfi79c per cwt.. bulk.
COHN CHOP Demand lisht, but prices
un. hinge,! Quoted ut "IH73. per tut
s:i' lie '
MltAN Slow suio, but tlrm Oliolci. 0x1
: 1 . sa.-Heo; poor, as. , uuik, ij(,
1 LAXSKL'D-Firm an
a in ,
Hood demand, j
ijtjv ui.iiikm. i (iMPi't-r siiiii nrtin
We qtiot nl tl.ttiD1.l3 per bushel upon the
hAls of pure n to hilling-.
PAULEY No receipts. 1'rlces Bt til nom
Ihal. No. S, r.
HAY Heoeljls pat 21 hotirs MO tons
Same llrne Inst year 270 tons
The inrtrket l still dull for prairie, but
timothy lit good demand. New prairie,
J.'. is7.) as to conditions old upland,
fa i..y. liOOfi'W per ton: choice, J.6ofl.00:
lowland. No. I, r..0W5.5Q; No. 2, H.nwl.50!
old llmothj-,cliolee,10ll; No. I. 9.nm!W:
N" J. $ onff'i.OOi No. 3, 47.ViT7.l; now llm
"thv. $5.flrW.on. as to condltloni clover
m.xe.l, No, J. ?.(!0S SO; No. 1. clover tnlxed,
17 '"iiS.W: trniRiit clover, KpQlf'.aQ.
Yoterdiiy's t'bleago Market
A furnished by PrfhCh Uros. Commission
company, rooms SD, SI, Si, I5xchnn,;e build'
Opilohs. 1 Open.) Hlgh. Imyt. Close,
Whent, JttlyT .1 STlJ 7?'", J 5T,$ 7P,
fcpl f' 72',, JSI4 72L
l"-c . 70J , 71 7ii 7IS
Coin, July ItUI 4I',I 4P,i 41,
?t'pl Illi; (;. It ,( 41-
My.. 33 ;'(. 33V, 30
Oats, July 21' 21', 21', 24'(,
P.epl 23', 2VV, 23',
.May. 23y i;s , k-
PolK. July 10 73 10 70 10 75 10 7ft
cpt 10 JO 10S5 10S,!4 10 M
.Ian . 10S7V4 10 W.4 10 37' 10 S2'
Ijtfd, July car. r, 23 028 c r.
Sept fi 80 1! 33 0 30 I! 33
Jan G 27i B 30 0 rtts n 30
S. tubs, July... fi 10 10 rt 10 r, 10
Sept 10 171 0 10 B I7'
..Jan . i. ......... 6 On 6 H7'a .8 00 ii it!b
c'lifrflgo raf lots yesteltlny: Wheat, 21;
corn. 130; oitts, 80.
Estimated receipts ta-tlny: Wheat lOcnrs;
comi, 2fii onrs; onts, 130 cms.
WIIKAT-ca(h-No.,2 red. 73'ic; No. 3
red, 67e8c; No, 3 hard, 7W71c; No. 3 hard,
'rnllN-Canh-No. 8 mixed, 41c; No, 2
t)ATf!-Citsh-No. 2 mixed, !4Hc; No. 2
Heports fiom Iowa ore that oats are
threshing out S'J to IW bushel per acre.
ltecelpts of wheat at primary poltlls yes
terday were 2Kl,t.J bushels, and shipments,
The four Atlantic ports cleared for ex
port yesterday 26.100 bushels of whiat,
11,179 barrels of Hour, 153,537 bushels of
com nnd 31,721 bushels of oats.
Hosarlo ndvlres of June 13 state that the
supplies of wheat In Argentina this year
had exceeded expectations and the total
export," will likely, after all, exceed SU.OOO,
Dodge City reports n rainfall of 1.S2
Inches Tuesday night. A light shower fell
nt Concordia, and a good rain at Spring
field, Mo., Cairo, and In the Northwest.
Fair weather is predicted.
Some of the crop experts nre reducing
their estimates on the spring wheat yield
In the Northwest. Prime and the Pioneer
Press make It HO.Ofo.OOO bushels. Hlnkly
70,000,(100 bushels. The government July
figures indicated IM.CmI.O'W bus-hels. The
government estimate of last year's crop
was S7,0jO,ooo busbel,
A telegram from Snyder, Neb., says: Th
small grain crop here l so enormous and
so much out of proportion to what was
expected that farmers are having mtn h
dllilculty In harvesting it. Many nre running-
their machines seven days In the
week and then ftar they will loso some
wheat, rye and oats. An element antag
onistic to what they term Sabbath dtse
cration are threatening to have the farm
ers working in the grain Holds on Sunday
Leading decreases In available wheat
supplies of last week, reported by Itrad
street's and not covered by the oillclal
visible supply report, were 50.MO bushels
In the Northwestern Interior elevators. S.-("-)
bushels at Cleveland and 22,iy) bushels
at Kingston. Ont. Cot responding Increases
Include 53.0"! bushels in Milwaukee private
elevators, SI.OOO bushels In Chicago private
elevators, 35,Oi1 bushels nt Pittsburg and
20,nu0 bushels at Ogdensbtirg.
Car lot receipts of wheat:
K.C. Chi. St.L. Mpls. Dith Tot.
Yesterday . .43 21 irl 43 P12 311
A week ago.. 21 45 70 43 70 SCt
2 weeks ago..! I to 1 00 pin 2Wi
A year ago. .S3 357 291 211 132 1,79
Car lot receipts of corn:
A Week ago 10
Two weeks ago S
A year ago 52
Chi. St.L. Tot.
130 11 101
103 3t 150
127 21 13!)
2'!2 70 390
Cur lot receipts of oats:
K.C. Chi. St. L. Tot.
Yesterday 14 00 25 90
A week ago 10 S3 s li'l
Two Weeks ago 3 lit) 11 121
A year ago 17 152 93 271
Prime, in his crop bulletin Ttlesdav. says:
"East of MlssippI und all through Cen
tral and Southern portion of corn belt
weather for last three days, with excep
tion of Sunday, has been cool and cloudy.
Every Indication of rain, but not material
izing, every day now, shows good effect of
last week's rains upon corn; just best kind
of weather for corn to ear out.
"The spring wheat crop reports, taking
Dakota and Minnesota, us a whole, was
run down very decidedly during last ten
days. The more und more we get Into mer
it" A winter wheat crop, the more fact
becomes appnrent that uuallty Is lower
than first threshings indicated. This ac
counts also for fact that large amounts of
wheat still going from grain centers into
Interior and very small movements
of new wheat which have so far
taken placi. Simply have not the
wheat to move. Wide range in qualitv and
quantity of out crop. Harvest still pro
gressing." Crop, In Canada.
The Montreal Trade Bulletin jf July 19
"Later renorts of the crnnn In Onlnrln
confirm the statements made in last week'a
Issue to the effect that the discouraging
reports which appeared In some dispatches
frum the West were very much exaggerat
ed and overdrawn; and despite all nsser
tijli.s to the contrary, we maintain that the
dry season has le en favorable for wheat,
although the growth of the straw may bo
stunted. We have never known n dry sea
son yet that did not turn out much butter
than expecti d. fur the reason that the
growth of straw being below the normal,
glies an Impression that the wheat Is
also a poor yield; whereas it has frequently
oci urred that u stunted growth of straw
produced full . a.'s of plump wheat. Of
cjiiise, it is held that this year, In addi
tion to the drouth, was the frost: but ad
mitting the fro.it caught the wheat In
.some sections after It had made considerr
ble henilwuy, we contend that the only
real damage that frost can have on wheat
is when it is in bloom, or during the milk
stage of the grain. There can be no doubt
that in tome sections of the country west
of Toronto the hue I'rim ivllt lin ....
short, owing to prolonged drouth, although
In those districts where the shortage shows
the greatest percentage, there will, we
have little doubt, be a larger crop than
depicted by the blue repurls that portend
ed absolute ruin. Take also, for Instance,
the barley crop, which Is spoken of as .1
light crop almost everywhere In Onturlu,
and the following extract from a leiter
received from a merchant in I'lcton speaks
for Itself: Mtespecting barley, 1 Jo not
think the crop will be as bad an I see re
ported In some of the papers. Of couise,
the urea planted In this section Is not
quite as large us It used to be, but on the
whole, 1 think m.iv look for ,1 t.nr
yield on a good portion of the tcuitory
MILLS Commission Co.,
toa Now York ui nun, lin;..,
Telepliuiiu tilHK, KANSAS l.'ITV, 31 0.
Dealers In GRAIN and PUOV1SIONS for
cash or future delivery, and ItAILHOAD
(STOCKS and HONDS. Orders by malt or
teietrupn promptly exei uteu.
Leased H'lrei l tlilcago und New York.
Hefer to Hradstreet's und Dun's Mercan.
tile Agencies, New Eut'land Safe Deposit
and Trust Company.
A. S. VEST, BROKg-"i
Stocks, lloiuls, (ii'itiu ami rrovisions.
Direct Wire In Chicago, Now York
und .SI, r.oui.,
';oi. ,'-:) m:w viiuk i.hi: 111.111;.,
THE PKODIICi: MARKET.
Quotations below uro for Job lots. On
final lols higher prices aro asked und ob
tained, enough bcluir usked to cover extra
coat of lailiiK for und tilling them. The
pal lies making small outside orders want
the best goods utid selections. Dealcis me.
fer to handle the foods In Job Iota In
straight consignments, as received.
ni'TTKFl- Cpamtry continues dull, but
steady. Chop e dairy In good demand;
llrm, ami tin best storo pucked sells very
well, but pinker- only buyers of
low glades. Wo quote: Highest
grade stparaior, 15c ,,er pound;
finest gathered cream. He; tine
ftesh, uiiod flavor, 1Sc; fair to
good. 12' Dalrlts Fancy farm, 12c: fair
to good lines. So. Country store packed
Fancy, lie; fresh and sweet packing, So
EGGS- Demand fulr und nrh v steady.
Fr. sh. v
I IH'TTHHINi:--Criainery grades. In 20 to
, CO pound tubs, solid. Uc per pound, dulrv-
I grades, in 25 to to pound tubs, solid, !3!sc
per pound; rolls, prima or bricks, g viumis, j
In 10 iKiund tubs, 'c higher than solids,
and 1 pound, le higher than solids.
CIIEKSU We quote: !! rklmer county.
N. Y. Cheddars, l.v per ponnd; Crawford
county, P.1., Cheddars, I3c ier pound;, She
boygan, Wis., twins, 12c: Sheboygan, Wis.,
Young Amerlen, 12V; Missouri and Kan
sas full cteam Se
Ppri.THY-The supply of hens l light
nnd demand good nt steady price,, springs
are quiet und offering, good, nnd turk"
dull nnd young ducks tlrtn mid wanted.
Ducks, yotitiR, 9c; hens, r,'i- per
potinil: roosters, eneh, I2',tn5e; pprmgs.per
pound, OlpK; turkeys, hens, C0cVc; toms,
ue; dutks, tv, geese, &V; pigeons, per doz.,
75c; veal, choice, SO to IW tioutids, &S6VM
MELONS Watermelons In irood supplv
nnd movement fair nt steadv prices. Nut
hire melon are In heavy ofTerinr and slow
at Hue a basket. Caiiteloupen are hard to
place. Watermelon,, t.T dor.eti, tI.BOH2.TO;
i-anlrloupes, per doneti, SnetJl.ijo.
iEltHIE.S-niaeklHrrles nre about the
only kind In and they met with a fair de
mand at ntcnile liHr.t. Wv. miotr lllncts.
oerries, per ill quart orftte, (i.mtri V; rasp
berries, black. l.twi,23; raspberries, rod,
fi.no: strawberries, f2fVfiV50 gooseberries,
per 21 quart emte, tj.2Vftl.5v; huckleberries.
berries, per 21 "quart orftte. I1."Hfl 2fi; ranp-
per 21 ounrt crate, ti 73
PorATons-Miirket Rlutted and lower,
Hell li .from glowers at avtiwio per bushel.
CALII'ultNlA FHl-lTS-Steady and In
fair demand. We quote: Ivacbes, 75ttlnc
per box; Koval native plums. U.D0WI.2S
per box; wnsli plums, $1.75 per box. Hart
per box; ciymati plum,. tl.25iri.oO per
box! 'Irisllcdy plums, JI.75 per box ; Ger
man prunes, 12 per cne. P. D. plums. 12
per box; wash plums, $1.75 per box. Hart
lett pear, 12.50ji2.75 per box.
PEACHES .More coining lit and market
Weaker, but demand good for best. We
quote: lVnehes, shipped stock, freestones.io
jtSOo,; r, basket crate, t.33; 4 basket crate,
ic; clingstones, 2.Vt;33r per , bushel box;
homo grown, Ufii6c per ' bushel; 40c per
. GHAPKP-Selllng fairly nt old prices.
Muscat grapes, 6c per I basket crate: Coit
ion! grape, lnjiSOe per basket; basket
PEA Its Mole 011 nle and market weak
er. We quote: Large. Mo per -i bushel
box: I basket crate, v75c.
OKAN'OHS rum and In fair demand.
Quoted: Mexican. J2.70'O3.W; Washington,
navels, t3.0njl3.iH); California seedlings, fan
cy. t2. i5fi3 11); choice, 12 231T2.50.
LEMONS-Malkel steady and firm. We
quote: Messina, Ju.eOSi 11.26; Jlnlagu, 3.tiW
e.fiO per box.
HANANAS-Slow sale. Latge, Jl.7302,0),
and Jumbo. 2.tii3.(" per bunch.
PLI'.MS Not so many coming In and
market sternly. Wild goose plums, supply
limited, 00li70c per crate. Hluu plums, tl per
crate; other varieties, 3o3i40c per crate.
APPLES Steady, but slow sale. We
quote: Fancy hand picked, 3.Vi50c per
bushel; windfall, 23 H.U: pel bnsln I;
shipping stock. 35e per bushel, i 25(!t)
2.0i per barrel; shipped stock, 75c'u
J1.23 per barrel; old stork, fancy stand, J5.0J
5i7.u0; common to choice varieties, 12.009?
4.00 per barrel; crabapples. l.i per barrel.
TOMATOES Selling very well at EOftOOc
per bushel from growers.
NEW VEGETABLES Offerings liberal
and prices low and sales slow. i.'uoted as
follows: Cabbage, slow, home grown,
15ti30o per dozen heads. Onions, new, 408
,VV per bushel. Till nips, 15ti- per bushel.
Ctuillllower, fancy. 3twil0e per dozen. Let
tuce, 23o per bushel. Radishes, 5c dozen
bunches. Cucumbers, home grown, 5c per
dozen; 23c per bushel. Pie plant, 15c, two
dozen bunches. String nnd wax beans, 25J?
35c per bushel. Squash, fancy, 13i20c per
dozen. Hoots, heavy, fancy, f0fit."K.' per
bushel; 23S,"0c per ' bushel, Given onions,
three and four dozen bunches. 23c. Carrots,
live dozen. 25c. Sweet corn, 3filo per doz
en. Michigan celery, 2ti.il"i- per dozen
bunches. Pens, Mk- per bushel.
BP.OOM COHN Quoted. Ilurlirt green,
4M(5'.s.'C per pound; green, self-working, 44
8jl?:c; red tipped, teif-worklng, 4c; com
mon, self-wot king, 3JJ3Ho; crooked, half
price; riwnrf, 3V.-'i3r-
FI'.ATHEHS l'rlmo geese, jjc per pound;
dark and soiled, 30c. mixed and old, 15&30C;
1 per cent tare on small sucks and 3 per
cent on large.
HONEY 1 pound comb, white, 15c; fall,
1 pound comb, 13THc; 2 pound comb, Cali
fornia, white, 1C;l7c; 2 pound comb. Call
forni.v, dark. 12fil.'!c; extracted. In cans, 637
7c: extracted, in bairels, 5?i6c.
GKOUND LINSEED CAKE-Quotcd: Car
lots, sacked, S22.il per ton; 2.VO0 pounds,
$1.30 per 100 pounds.
HEESWAN No. 1 amber, 22c per pound;
No. 2. ISc.
NCTS Jobbing prices: Coconnuts, pr
100, quoted at $4 00 Pecans Missouri, per
pound, 95710c. l't amits Virginia, white,
raw. per pound, 4''t3e; Tennessee, raw,
4f5e; roasted. 7fiSc; Kansas, SUc Hick
ory nuts Small, per bushel, J1.23; large,
11.23. Hazelnuts 2It2!Jc per pound. Chest
nuts 10c2 per pound.
DH1ED FHUITS Sun dried: Apples,
choice, Cc pur pound; g,ood. 5c; poor, 3c.
Wool, Hides and 1'elti.
WOOL Slow sale but steady. We
quote as follows: Missouri and similar
Flue, 71390, line medium, 9Jlle; medium,
lltfil3e; combing, 1214o; coarse, 101il2c.
Kansas. Nebraska and Indian Territory
Fine, 7179c; line medium. 7&10c: medium,
9fI12c; combing. Iltl3.-; coarse. SfflOc. Col
oradoFine. 6,9c; tine medium, 7(iil0c; me
dium, Siil2c; coarse and carpet, ii)10j; ex
tra heavy and sandy. 3'n7c.
HIDES AND PKLTS-Demand very good
at old prices. Green and salted,
free of brands, No. 1, 7',c per pound;
No. 2. 6Lc: green. 5V"C: green salted, butt
branded, No. 1, C-ic; No. 2, 5'-c; green
salted, side branded. No. 1, 5Uc: No. 2. 5c;
green salted kips, 151(23 pounds, No. 1, Cfce;
No. 2, 5'jc; green salted calf, S1I15 pounds.
No. 1. Sc; No. 2, Cc; green sailed hides,
Nos. 1 and 2 and butt branded, around 0'Ao;
green uncured, No. 1, djc; dry flint hides.
No. 1, iie; No. 2, 7Hc: dry salt hides, No.
1, So; No. 2, 7c. Sheep pelts, green und
dry. 10ii.-iuc; dry, 4i5c per pound.
TALLOW We quote us follows: No. 3,
I'.'.s'; No 2, le.
St. Louis, July 21. WOOls Quiet, but un
changed. We quote: Missouri, Illinois,
etc Combing and clothing, 15lil5M.c;
coarse ami braided, ISjJIS'.ic; medium cloth
ing, 14'ifiHbc; light line, 9itlftc; Kansas
and Nebraska Medium, H113e; light line,
9ft 10c; heavy line, 7liSe. Texas, Arkansas
and Indian Territory Fall and spring me
dium, 13U lie; coarse and low. Sidle; light
line, loilt'e; heavy line, CTfSe, Dakotu, Wy
oming. I'tah, etc Medium, 12Di3e; course
nnd low. O'.ilOc; line medium, fiillc; light
tine, 9i10c; heavy line, 7(tiSe. Tub washed
Choke, 21c; fair, ISftlOc; coarse and low,
14'n 16c, Unsound or defective in condition,
length or 1 olor, or mixed packages, from
lc to 3 leas.
Pro, I, Inns,
There was a Hteadler and firmer tone
to tho market yesterday, but trading light.
Smok d meats aro uiuvlng very fairly in
to consumption, but lard and dry will meats
.ire verv dull.
We quote car lots:
LA HI i-Cash, $0.10; July, SC.10.
ilKEK.N MEATS-Shoulders, $6.00 per
cwt.; hams, .8TMj S 3o
D. S MEATS fpartly cuiedl-Shoulders,
cash, -,ii'n5 73 per cwt.: short libs, sides,
cash, i;i5; long clear sides, $6.05; short
clear sides $6.13.
S P .MEATS Hams. cash. $S.25fls.73;
should, rs, $5 5015.75
A, J, GILLESPIE 1
A, J. GILLESPIK
L. J. GILLESPIE
T. H. GlI.I.RsiPIP
&i OO. i J. V. GILLESPIK
Commission Merchants, Kansas City
Liberal advances made to parties feed.
Ing stock. Uuylntr feeding cattle on orders
a specialty. Correspondence solicited. Tel
ephone No 1523.
31auki:t hy Ti;i.i:tiii.vi'ii.
New Yoik. July 21. FLOUR-Receipls,
13.SO0 bam U; exports, 2,S')0 barrels. Mar
kit dcildedly higher on spring wheat anil a
good loiul de-mand. buyers willingly pulng
10c more; .lured stroiiu. Wlnttr strtilgh's,
$J..-i0ti.'l.7: Minnesota patents, 53.7511.00, win
ter extras, $j.O0dj3.2O; Mlnnis ta bakers',
$J.tuii3 2n; sprint low grades, $1.95'i(2.5o.
ciHt.NMEAl.-Dull; yelluw Western, $1.09
u 1 10 per ,' t.
WHEAT Receipts. 11,300 bushels; exports,
none. Sot nomlivally higher. No. 2 rod,
73'ic Options excited and higher all day,
closing at the top und 3'i(4lic over last
night. Shorts were badly stampeded, start
ing with unexpected higher rubles, and then
running prices up on themselves by tho
very trenzy of their buying. Had crop
news and rumors of wur in Europe were Itt
cld.nlul bull features. No. 2 red, Sep-
leinner, ,;.. 11. i'i.c, I'lojeu inu,
CORN Receipts, H7,-) buslieis; exports
12i),7i)0 bushels. Spot marliet llrmer. o 2.
49V . Oplluus higher, but not active, line
nop prospects dlseutiraging bull opera
tions; dosed !a1ie over lust night. July
closed 49Vi September. 4JiiS"i-, closef
OATS Hecelpts,36,ki bushels; exports.30,.
4iifl bushels. Sjpot closed llrm. No. 1. 2v4,v;
No. 2 vihlle. 31H.C. Options were dull to
the point of sluggishness und closed ut
most nominal ut ',4fiV' advance, ut 2Si,c;
September, 27c, closed 27c
HAY Strong. Shipping, "UiiSOc; uood to
choice, S3c$1.0O per cwt.
PROVISIONS Cut meats, steady; pick
led bellies, lU'iiic; pickled shoulders, tic.
LARD-Steady. Western steam closed
ut $ 65; September, $6.ti5 nomliul; rellned,
PORK Market steaiiy. New mew, $12.25
13.W; family, $12.60012.75; short clear,
CHEESE Firm. State lurgi , (,'; faiiey,
6' 11S s, , part skims, 3'4c; full tklms, l':
St. LOUIS. JuLV 24. -FLOFIt-Ilecelnli.
2.O11O barrels, and shipments, 3.000 barrels!
iil.,l,r TiY.7,.J ei knr. .. .' T.J. ... . " "" I
.0..v.. ..(.., .,..., lAiia lanvy, j
M.W.3I0; fancy, H.SDflt.OO; choice, 7Sfj)
.WHEAT Itecelpt. fji.ftYt bushels, nnd
shipments, 15,000 bushels. There was a
wild rush to buy nt th opening by shorts
and others anxious to get long and a
there were few sellers to meet It a rapid
and heavy ndvance resulted. The Knti
sn Millers' Association's report that not
over 10 per cent of a crop, not to excetd
10,c,i bushels, wit, lit to mill nhd that
JsV.fTO would hnvc lo be lm,irtcd was
the big bull card of the morning. Tln
into cables were all strong and domestic
markets went booming during the latter
part of the session, the ndvance being over
lc. No. 2 red, cash, OrSic; July. 71-V; Sep
tember. 7tici December, 74c bid.
COHN ltecelpts, 7,0u0 bushels, and ship
ment, ..IW bushels. Market rather neg
lecied because of the Interest In wheat,
which continued so strong that the price
of eotn was ndvancod, though not over
Tic; market tame. No. 3 tnlxd, rush,
10V bid: July. 10V; September, 4ic bid.
HATS ltecelpts, 2S,0i) bushels, nnd ship
ments, l.ooo bushels. Dull, but stronger
for rutures; pot higher. No. 2. cash, Vte
bid; July, Zoije; September. 22lc.
EGOS Higher. Fresh, SfHtc.
Ht'TTKU Scarce nnd firm. Creamery,
COHNMEAlz-Hteady. Quoted nt I2.00W
2.O.. per barrel.
HAY Choice timothy tlrm. Old, P.MUt
15.no, this side; new. $i2.RC7 13.00, this side;
prairie, easier: new, J7.3i.iI0.5o. thi side.
rntllt standard mess, lobbing, $11.00.
LAHD-Prllno steam, $6.00; choice, $6.15.
HACON-itoxed shoulder, $0.37i; lonss.
$C.7R; ribs. Sfi.i7S; shorts. $7.00.
DKY SALT MEATS-ltoxed shoulders,
$3 02',; long, $6.37'),; ribs, $0.60; shorts.
, Chlcngo. July 2l.-Ft.OfH ltecelpts, 3,i
barrels, and shipments, 9.ui barrels. Mar
ket firmer. Winter patent. $3.2593.75:
straights. $3.003.10; spring patent, $S.75ff
4.23: straights, $2.rvjf3.2u; bakers' grades,
, Hl'TTEH-rirm. Creamery, 10017'ic, and
EtiGS-Steady. I'resh. 1lflll4c.
New Orleans, La., July 2I.-PHOV1S10NS
LAHD-HctWed tierce, 4SIITc
HONED MEATS-Dry salt shoulders,
5V: sides, r.'ic.
HAMS-Cholce sugar cured, 9!4Jjlo'ic,
HICIJ Quiet: ordinary to good, 34sc.
FLOI'H-Dull: cxtni fancy, $3.5003.70;
patents, j.i ora.'.io,
COHNMEAIs Quiet; $2.20 per btiriel.
HHAN -Steady; 7.WSijp per cwt.
HAY Firm; prlmo timothy, $lo.00RI6.50;
COHN Firm; No. 2 sacked, mixed and
white, iVc: yellow, 51c.
OATS-Steady; No. 2 sacked, SOlje.
Liverpool. July 2I.-WIIEAT Spot steady;
demand toor. No. 2 red. winter, 5s ."lidj
No. 2 red. spring, Ds 7Wtl; No. 1 hnnl, Mani
toba, 5s. 7d; No. t California, 5s 2'il. Fut
ures opened firm, with near positions l',4d
higher: clos-nl firm, with near anil distant
positions Tia higher; business nbout
equallv distributed. July, 5s T.'d; August,
Rm 3V1 September, 6s 4't;d; October, 5s 3d;
November. 5s3Md; l'cember. Es f.,d.
COHN Snot llrm: Atneriivin mixed. 4'
4',d. Futures opened quiet, with near and
distant io.stlons ',d lower; closed .ste.vly,
with near iositlonK unchanged to ',d high
er, nnd dlst-ant position unchanged to Ud
lower; business aliout equally distributed.
July. 4s 3'm1; August, . l'ljd: September,
4.s 2d; October, 4s ',d; November, 4s 2Ud;
Decj'tnlier, 4s 1isd.
yln '"H Dull; demand poor. St. Louis
'"'fid KLJter, 7s 6d.
V ..u ., ?teady; demand moderate. Clim
b'n ,IS a C(,-S 10 SO lbs., 37s Cd: short rib-,
2hns only bt-ei- clear, light. G to 13 lbs.,
fi ami monopol.:. ,.hvy. f""- lbs.. 32s iM;
' . . .. ,,,. light, IS lbs., 31s; short
clem ri,."ltlon that D3 lbs., Xls; clear bel
lies. 14 tc. -q s-qle meat,
SHOt'LD. , ., . 12 to 18 lbs., 31.
1LVJIS-Short iut.ll to 1 lbs., 42s.
TALLOW Fine North American, nomi
nal. HEEF Extra India me&s, 77.s Cd; p.lme
mess. 01s 3d.
I'OHK Prime mess tine Wctern, 57s 6J;
medium ines, tlm- Western, f,0n.
LAUD Quiet: prime Western, 32s fid; re
fined, in pails, 33s.
Coffee unit .sugar.
New York, July 21. COFFEE-Optlons
steady and unchanged to C points decline.
Sales on the call, 2,300 bags, and for the
whole session 3,750 bags. Heprcsentatlve
small foreign orders and cautious local
trading. Declines checked by firm cables.
Closed barely steady and 3110 points net
decline. September, 13.10c; October, 15.11)17
13.13c; March. 1l.73TiH.S0c. Spot, colTee
Hlo, steady. No. 7, ISe. Mild, steady;
Santos Quiet. Good average Santos, 13.
700. ltecelpts. 5,000 bags; stock, lfd.vW bags.
Hamburg Steady; , pfg. higher; sales.
Hlo Firm. No. 7 Itlo, 11,100. Exchange,
11 1-lCd. ltecelpts two days, n.ouo bags:
cleared for the 'tilted States. 5,000; cleared
for Europe, 5,000; stock, 5o,mio bags.
Warehouse deliveries from New York
yesterday, 7.010; New York stock to-dav,
22S.J.30 bags; I'nlted States stock. .132.1S!);
allo.it for the I'nlted States, 170.0HO bags.
Total visible for the I'nlted States, 302,
1S3 bags, against 315,012 bags last year.
SUGAH ltaw, llrm; refined, fairly ncttvo
and llrm; unchanged.
New Orleans, July 24. COFFEE Firm.
Hlo. ordinary to fair, lSJ19'4c.
SUGAH Quiet. Open kettle, fair to
prime. 25ilj3c; common to good common,
2 5-161(2',jc; centrifugal, choke white, 3',e;
off white. 3 13-lC3(3Ti,c; gray white. 3 9-lC'((i
3s;c: choice yellow, clarllled, 3',.'.c; prime,
3li3'ac; oft prime, 3 3-10fj3 3-lCc; seconds,
MOLASSES Steady. Centrifugal, good
prime, loiillc; good, fair to prime, GSi7c;
good common to fair, 3c; inferior to com
mon, 21; lc.
Havre. July 21. COFFEE-Opened barolv
steady, unchanged; nt 12 m., steady, Lf.
higher; ut 3 p. m., steady, ',f. higlier to ijf.
lower; closed steady, unchanged to ijf. not
advance. Sales, lO.OoO bags.
0.77n; IViiruury. i;.S05i6.k2Q; Murcll, C.S3&
o.s,u; ipui, u.ifj-ji u.y.u.
Now York, July 2I.-COTTON Futures
closed stcudy: sales, 1S0,.W) bales. January,
7.03c; February. 7.0V-; JIarrh, 7.13c; July,
fi.76o: August, tk'fic; September, fi.63e; Octo
ber, CSSc; November, U.92q; December, 6.9So.
r.t-ail and .Inc.
New York, July 21. Lead Strong; brok
ers' price, J3.3o; oxchnnge jirlce, $3.1o. Spel
ter Quiet; domestic, $3.73fl3.Mj.
St. Louis, July 21. I.eud Strong; sales, 2
ears Missouri at $3.20; 3 cars Missouri nnd
200 ions August ut $3.22',.; lo euis part ile.
silveilzed for September. $3.23. Spelter
Firm; $3.60; though sales reported of 2 cars,
basis of St. Louis, at J3.50.
Cincinnati. July 21. WHISKY Demand
fair. Sales, 521 buiivls at $1.23.
St. Louis. July 21 WHISKY Steady.
Distillers' finished goods at $1.2.1.
Peoria, III., July 21. WHISKY Firmer.
Finished goods on thu basis of $1.23 for
Rye ami Seeds.
Chicago, July 21. Rye No. 1, cash, 48c
September. lO'-.c. Flaxseed No. 1. cash
$1 2", September. $1.22
St. Louis, July 21 Rye Steady. No. 2.
icneii, -ii'-jc on east iracK. flu:
coNs.tiN CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP to
t OM-MlsslON " I'OSIPANY.
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Capital, $100,000. Telephone 1KM.
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Market reports furnished. Write us,
Obtain lest r lulls by shinning your CAT
TLi: HOUSsuudSHEKP 10
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Livo Slock Commission Merchants,
Rooms, 100 107 and 108
(Formerly occupl-d by Wulte & lllzl),
Kuusiis City Stock Vapils.
Conslgnuieuis and correspondeiuu solicited
Market report free upon aunl letting Tel n:a.
FARMERS, FEEDERS, SHIPPERS
CATTLE, HOGS and SIIEKPto
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Stock Yards. Kansas City, Mo.
Market reports furnished. Write us.
TIIK LIVE bTOCH .MARKKT.
Receipis at Chicago, St. Louis, Omaha
and Kansas City yesterday were: Cattle,
2.i "11". hos, ".'wo, und sheep, 20,0)0; samu
day last c utile, 2S,3oiij hogs, 33,500,
and s aep. lo.9c).
Ntw ork, Ji.ly 21, European cables
riunta vmn.in., . ... .. . . . sm. i.iii. . . . 1
'i"ve .outo isn mci-is ui ww(iuu Ull'eatiu
vveifa-nt, mriscrutor beer at Tj'iaiOe. Ex-1
ports to-day, 10) beeves nnd 2,300 quarter
, CATTLK-Movemeiits for the past 24
Hecelpt ;,6M 301
Shipment,,,.. 1.S72 14
Drlve-ouis 3,027 HO
There was hardly so much strength to
the market yesterday, yet there was very
good trndlng nnd only the lower and un
desirable grade were noticeably weaker.
There were but few choice native steer
In and they were taken by exporter at
full old price. A lot of fancy Aberdeen
Angus brought $S.flo. Native cow were In
better supply than for some days. Choice
wete In good demand ami steady, but com.
mon were unimproved. Hull were active
and a shade higher. Slorker nnd feeder
were In good demand and steady to 10c
higher lor ben olTerlngs. Hnllge rattle
made up most of the offerings. Toppy lots
were sternly and In good demand, but the
tinder grade were weak to a shade lower.
Milch cows coming In slowly and best In
Rood demand. Common, $l5.ovifl7.i"); medl.
nm to fair, $20.0n 21.00; nnd good to choice,
No, AV.Wt. I'rlcclNo. AV.Wt, Price.
DHESSHD Hi;EirAND"lTM'OHT HTEEItS
23 1161....$ 5 01 H 1351....$ 5 .10
41 1210.... 3 10 20 1121.... 5 01
19 1I7.... ISO 20 1236.... 4 1
20 12M.... IM 30 1031.... 4 40
1R 1212.,.. 4 20 2,3 1310.... 5 40
53 1377.... 5 20 10 1276.... 3 15
46 119?.... 3 00 20 1231.... ICO
20 1351.... 4 73 IS 1233.... 140
10 126.... IW
1 930.... im ?. 7o.... l r.i
l.L 707..,. 1 05 ft 930.... 1 73
1 52.... 2 2T. 16 SSL... 2 40
16...... 771.... 2 40 20 PV7.... 2 ft
ll) M.,.. SO) IS W7.... 2 70
2ft 71S,... 275 S Inc.... 2 S3
21 9'2..., 3 IV) 9 32i!.,.. 2 SO
12 1037.... 3 OS 1 760.... 150
Ii...... $73.... 2 10 7 971.... 2 10
2 !)25.... 2 15 2 S6D.... 2 25
5 9?.... 2 23 4 S37.... 2 33
11 SCO.... 2 40 10 S7S.... 2 30
S 912.... 2 IM 3 1026.... 2 03
27 S92.... 2 75 17 916.. .. 2 S3
11 749.... SM S SS3.,.. 3 23
1 1200.... 2 10 1 1007.... 2.13
1 1370.... 2 S3 S......1093.... 2 S3
5. .....1110..,. 2 CO 2 830.... 2 63
1 SOL... 3 t) 2 S33.... 2 30
1 lOdfl.... 2 10 2 "CM.... 2 63
1 1460.... 2 i 2 1SS0.,.. 175
2 1020.... 2 30 4 1002.... 2 33
1 $).... 2 33 1 1270..., 2 30
2 S30.... 2 55 1 1210.... 2 00
1 700.... 2 35
10 730.... 2 SO 25 378.... 2 25
13 5SI.... 2 25 S3 S93.... 3 50
39 376.... 2 23 25 736.... 2 73
1 f? .... S 50 2 I?.... 5 50
ir .... 7 30 7 fi.... 10 10
31...... ' .... 6 t I '.... 7 25
6 ft .... em 2 if.... s oo
STOCKERS AND FEEDEHS.
31 520.... SCO 23 1116.... 3 60
30 425.... 3(0 29 S29.... 3 50
15 661..., 2d) 20 1132.... 4 30
21 790.... 3 30 II 920.... 3 40
26 413.... 3 25 22 1291.... 133
10 "38.... 3 10 34 917.... 3 S3
39 S30.... 3 SO 19 0sS.... 133
64 1137.... 125 2! 917.... 3 10
13.,. ...121$.... 4 20 37 907.... 3 SO
IS 1021.... 4 05 21 1111.... 3 60
39 1161.... t 10 22 llltS 4 23
31 959.... S 75 41 1231.... 133
15 7SL... 3 53 15 1032.... 3 S3
5$ 1003.... 3 67U 17 1038.... 3 SO
21 Illi.".... 4 30 37 S03.... 3 63
II S20.... 3 70 I 11 11.33.... 125
36 550.... 3 30 15 Hint.... 4 23
S3 1041.... 3 67V 15 746.... 3 50
37 890.... 3 65 I 20 13H2.... 4 40
IS 1123.... 165 I 25 1120.... 155
HANGE CATTL1-NATIVE DIVISION.
TEN AS STEERS.
21 913.... 3 20 t
49 1113.... 130 I 40 1272.... 4 53
23 763.... 2 45
RANGE CATTLE TEXAS DIVISION.
n.Aan ahu Indian STi;mis,
52. . .
TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS,
763 2 90 33 6(J)....
691.... 2 30 33 734....
702.... 2 35 2e hen,-'"....
761.... ,260 2i-anchero ...
.... lirf.... 2 0"i s 'jerils
TEXAS AND IN.iTAr. iinr.r.s
2 1010,... 2 00 I 7 1126....
2 1100.... 1 75 2 770....
1 139i).... 2 25 I
TEXAS AND INDIAN CALVES.
2" Hv.... S 00 I 5 mi .... 4 CO
3S0 j .... S 10 I 40 fi .... SOD
TEXAS AND INDIAN STAGS.
22 Sff.... 3Q0 I 3 .843.... 2 "3
HOGS Movements for past 21 hours:
There was but little lite to tho 'market
yesterday. The run was light, but with the
holdovers the supply was fulr Packers
were slow to get to woik and bearish.
Light weights were scarce and about
steady, but mixed and heavies were 51; 10c
lower In sympathy with declines elsewhere
At this leduction there was fair trading In
a quiet way, and the bulk of the olTerlngs
won" disposed of by the close. Extreme
range $1,701(3.00; bulk of sales, $l.75S4,f).
No. Dock. Av. Price. No. Dock. Av. Price.
c.' !?' H? 1 sn -l0 '"7 M
(.3 200 161 4 Vih 30 2S0 206 4 13
.,:) .. 238 4 63 70 .. 266 4 67'i
,?.7 " Si .1. ,il 26S 4 70
312 .. 337 4 70 lit 40 234 4 75
47 SO 217 4 75 EI ..233 4 73
S3 320 230 4 75 S5 J60 236 4 77'i
SI 40 2111 -1 SI) 00 SO 219 4 SO
50 40 220 4 SO 68 40 216 1 SO
OS .. 212 I 90 CO SO 200 l 9K
C3 .. 198 1 93 a 40 l'j.S 5 fill
S9 .. 1S3 5 00 CO 20 IIS 4 15
21 .. 110 4 73 43 .. 170 3 (f,
tU 210 193 4 60 1; .to "si 4 12;
CO .. 216 4 67',(. 95 SO S75 4 70
li'i 40 223 I 75 71 SO 219 4 75
70 ., 228 4 75 50 160 210 4 75
73 ..227 4 75 (3 'J 229 4 SO
91 210 201 4 SO CO .. 232 4 SO
S7 Hk) 218 4 S3 79 SO 210 4 S3
(. 120 200 4 85 76 120 219 4 90
51 SO ISt) I UiVi CI 40 221 5 W
77 .. 1SS 5 03
SHEEP .Movement for n.-ist 21 hnnn
Shipments , ' "
Drlve-outs t j 3,5
There was fair life In this market yes
terday. Hut prices were 11 little lower in
sympathy with declines at points east of
us Monday and Tuesday, and Chlcugo wus
again lower yesterday. At a decline of 10
$ii.,o there wus very good trading, how
ever, and the pens weie fairly cleared by
thu close. Good stockers as well as mut
tons were telling very well.
31 Southwest lambs ,
f.8j California lambs ..
53 Southwest sheep .
100 Southwest sheep
707 Allzon.l sheep ..,,
220 California sheep ..
33 Southwest stockers
3S Southwest sheep ..
102 native muttons ...,
68 native muttons ,,
tl native muttons .,
26 native muttons ., .
.... 13 4 73
.... C5 3 50
.... 60 3 40
.... M 3 30
....92 3 30
.... 92 JM
.... 98 2 S3
.... 67 2 40
.... 78 2 (0
.... 90 3 1.)
'... 3 S3
,...61 3 2".
,... 56 3 10
... 97 3 10
HORSES AND MULES-Moveuunt for
the past 24 hours;
Shipments , '' Ji
Dullness continues to characterize this
market. Not many on snle and very few
wanted; no outside buyers Deie. Local
speculators eoutinun to control ihe mar
ket, and us they only wunt bargains they
got but little stock und prices nmaiii un
changed for both horses und mules.
Muks, 11 hands ; ,5
amies, in, nunus iiui &0
.. 433l CO
Mules, !", hands
Jlules, 16 to I6's hands
Hoi ses Southern
Driver. .... ,, .,.,
..,, 61u 70
-.. 20i 30
.... 201( 40
.... 40ft 63
... 40 70
SOLD AT AUCTION
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week, at the Kansas City
Stock Yards Horse and Mule Oept,
W. S. lOUCill A: SON, Maiiujur.
Hundreds of all classes of horses sold at
private sale and at auction each day. All
stock must be as represented or no sale.
IVK STOCK HV TLl.LCUAl'II.
. , i - .. . .
01. 10U1S, JIO., JU y 24. rATvrLl..n.
cvipt. 3,iW; shipments, 4W. Martct ajiiXa
WHEAT UP NEARLY 5 GENTS ,
LIGHT ItLCIitl'IS AM) VltlOltttt'S COV- ,
Lltl.Ml 11V Sllttltl.s (At : AD'AM'i"
Other .speculative Products Were Higher,
Corn and O.iU tlnlnliic .VSo f-trh and
Pork Dr for seplrintier and
J I .ae for Jiinunry.
r-hlcacn .lute 51 Wheat tt'tlt tir inJOriC
Jump to-day. closing n' on aivanefcfj
4V,c for September. LlRht t t" scared
the Jhorts and their vigorous lOVerlng
caused the bulite. fc'eptimier orn and
oat each gained "do and proviions ilocd
At the start in wheat tlurc were buyers
at nearly lc advance, mid In lompleto
contrast to yesterday morning's repor
of the Liverpool market, vvhiih cam
weak, following tt strong market hero,
wns quoted firm, notwithstanding yester
day' lc decline at chlmgo. In half ntv
hour from the opening September, which
started at rrom 6M,c to CS'irc had risen ta
TOHc, or 3o per bushel advitlb e over tho
previous da's closing price. The Chicago
Inspection sheet gave the day's receipts
ut twenty-one carloads, eighteen of which
were of new wheat and not one of the
latter wns up to tho contract grade. A
year ago to-day 3S9 cars were received
here and of that number 317 carloads
graded contrnct. The total amount at tho
Western primary markets to-day was
293,0") bushels as against 1.061 ,000 bushels
In the corresponding day of the year be
fore. Philadelphia, wns the only port from
which any wheat cleared and 26.100 bush- i
ela n'la II, n .item,.., ,.! .. ,!... .. H.a ...I.. 1 S
..v ...... ..,v otiiuii,,,, ,,,,,, .1, nuui ntv IUl.,1
shipments were 10,903 bnrrel. The Mil
nonpolis unit Dultith receipts were 117 car
against 2,6 a year ago. The bad conditio
of the winter wheat was emphasized hi
the receipt here of orders this morning'
from millers In Michigan and Kansas, un
purchases in ftilllllment of them of 10,090
uusneis lor encn place tor immediate ship
ment. After the advance In 70,c iinlerl
above, the scalpers reduced the price to
C9,o again, but there wns a constant .ir
fectlon shown nil day for an elevation
above the 70c level, and It on numerous
occasions knocked tin ncnlnst 701-e. N'enr
the close the shorts became anxious for
wheat nnd a wild ndvance resulted. Cud
nhy. Pardrldge and other big shorts wero
buying heavily nnd the smaller fry Joined
In the raco for cover. September reached
72Hc and closed at 72,c.
Corn wns llrmer and higher, hut Iho
trade wns only moderate except In spots.
ine advance wa.s almost or perhapt
nuuny awe 10 tne exciteu rise in wneat.
The opening prices for September were
ui irom si'.io 10 li'tc nnu tno nienest to
me mi- was pain n minute or so rroi
tno ciose, 41-e being then quoted, and tl.
laiesi iruuing was nt ii'w. .Mny ro
irom wvic una 331,0 ut the beginning
36c near the end and reacted m 3.w;.
Oats were firm and somewhat higher all
around, but the market was almost en
tirely a sympathetic one. No independ
ence was noticenble outside of 11 continued
good shipping demand. September opened
at 22,c, sold up to 23'ic und closed there.
The provision market was nnn.irnn i it-
Indebted to the advance In wheat for ivjl
recovery It made near the close nnd which
left pork 7Vc higher for September and, I
-'.iie nigner ior January man at tne closo
of the previous session. Lard and rlbst
were virtually unchanged In tho end from1
yesiurnays closing prices.
easy and some sales lower. Good shin-
ping to export steers, $3.30Ji5.73; light ship
ping nnd dressed beef grades, J3.7."t'5.20j
common steers, $3.(10113.30; cows and mixed
stult, $2,251(3.50; Texas and Indian steers,
$2.75i4.23, with s-nlei; ohlelly between 5:3.2;
and 3.73; eow.s nn 1 n ixed lots, S2.001i3.25 4
HOGS Receipt-. (,.e); shipments. 1,400.
Market nbout 2
and iigiit weights
rs, $1,731)3.00; light,
0; shipments, 300.
vest sheep, $2,501
outselling the b
Heavy, tl.RnflG it"; 1
Market Weak. Nat
lambs, $3.50fr5.00, Sm
Omaha, Neb., Jul
celpts, 2AW0; market
bulls, stags, etc , $i
HOGS Receipts, 1 , "
ket I'fdOo lower. Km,
l.70f-4.75; light, tl.TV.i f
SHEEP Receipt?, m ,.
Fair to choice nativ
choice Westerns, I2"i'o
stock sheep, $1.75U2 .'" '.
Chicago, III., July 21
to-day were estimate i
wns fairly active and
wen) worth nioi'i ih.
good demand, common t
tlons were dull un I ,
100 pounds lower. St, , r-
Hltv fair: mar-
i-,i I.S0: mixetl.
balk of tales,
'o3. 75; fair to
: LE Receipts
'0 were in
1 um ,esi rip
ge lac per
old at JJ 50
1i4.90 were about 10, I..ci, .,.
iiiouer me came tne nuruer tin v were to
get rlti of. Hulk of the cattle s.,1,1 at SI "01i
..,'. ne siucner unu leeoer traa, fl.ls
improved and In many r,is pri'.s are as
much as 15c higher tlu
'1 k. sale
ranging nt -2.4fil.M 1 ,.,
active ut ruling prl. - n
of cows nnd heifers 11
Hulls sold at $1,901,3 1., ,,, ,
$1.30115.30 for desir.tbl, ..
tie were In good demi'
sold at unchanged 1 1
were weak. Few w,
bring $1.00. Western r..
at firm price, and uinoni.
232 Dakota steers uv,i.inne
at $1.10, Wyoming; si. .is ,n,i
pounds at $1 30.
HOGS To-day's receipts .
at 22.000, and us 13,(io vr. 1, 1 1
yesterduy, the offerings r-.. 11 1
was 11 much larger numb, 1 t ho
s w e)',
og 1 279
1 r f' un
' ould tx't
oisposeii 01 lit mis time, and
We lower. The demand w.i.- t, -u.-r than k
has been lately and a la r bus.i.ess wns
transacted, shippers wanting .1 Luod manir
choice, light. hogs Sabs u,r. n.ude 0?
heavy nt tl.juU5.12'.,; m v... !,, t jisnip
5.20, und light at tl.ooi ,2;, Most 01' too
utiuruviiuna ei e in i.aj-,, .iiu for ileal .-
and at $5,101(5.15 for light "
SHEEP Supplies are niu. ii greater than
are needed to meet the r. .In. . , require
ments of bu.iers. and tli.-r u ,a .,,'.., 1
decline of 15fiJiic per nxi poiinds to-l.iv
in sheep and lambs, the re-eipts ben .-Si'Vi"-'.
J.-'V 1,r'"1' iiai'-" were1' slow
$3.Clf4.SO for common to choli
luiuos, ,1101 siiet-p mil' cir inelv dull .11
$1 90JW.30 for Inferior to , xi.u. few selimg
above ?-. iex.is 1 Bheei, sold ut $2.1)01,3 w
and Westerns at $3.tAl'u3 33.
If In .search of 11 New ScnuaHm,,
Try the effect of a mud bath at Las Vega
Hot Springs, New Mexico. Other forma
of baths may be had there, all especially
beneficial In rheumatlo troubles and dis.
eases of the blood. The cool, dry. tonic
air of this resort Is Just the thing for tired
nerves, and thrre Is nothing so restful ai
New Mexico sunshine, especially wnen
supplemented by such lino service as is
Klvjn at the Hotel Montezuma, reopened
June 20. This famous inn cannot be ex
celled anywhere In the Southwest.
Hound trip excursion tickets on sale to
Las Vegas Hot Springs from principal
points. Heached only over tho Santa Fa
Hou,, ... or. Illustrated pamphlet und a
copy of "Land of Sunshine1, uddress Georga
IV 1 T-i f-.rvtvtinVi J . 1 l TT ..
MUbWMMUkM, -,-, ... IVilHKJS I'trv
riiariuuteutliul Aisneliitlon ut Denier.
"1 lake pleasure In Informing you that
Ihe I'nlon Pacific railway, from Kansas
City to Denver. Is Ihe laute w have se
lected for those attending the meeting of
the American Pharmaceutical Associa
lion nt Denver, August it to 21 1S35
"Respectfully, CHARLES M FORD
"Chairman Committee on Transport..
The' above explains Itself Like everv
other organization and Individual. th
goon druggists wanted the best thence
for this meeting, c ty lb ket olllce 1000
Main street, Telephone 1)09. 10W
To Chicago by llayK,
The SANTA FE ROUTE has put on
fast daylight train, leaving Kansas City at
7:30 a. in. dully, und arriving in Chicago
that same evening. It makes the run In
about fifteen hours, making the s-am'tlm"
as the fast night trains. Free chairs Piiii
man sleepers. Vestibule throughSut.' D n"
Ing cars serve dinner and tupper and '
guests only pay for what is oideVed fi?
passengers preferring to leave Kansas City '
In the evening, the SANTA FE otterS
choice of two fust trains. oners
For particulars cull at savti ww
ROUTE ticket offices, northeast corner at
Tenth and Main streets an" lffiO PnlSn v?
nue. GEORGE W, HAGENHlTcil?
P. und T A.
-rtUto, now aud 2d iinnrl.
etc. J!QUUN' SKLLFXIv Ca.'.'j
B-Ti.1- W-70f.i4n. -tern steers, $3.251
fH.iu; lexa steers. $ " .11.25; cows -andJSi
Alters. SL'.i!J!2.t(f: can-,. 1 $1.23612.2:1 stoclc-'
ers and feeders. 52. 3o',! ' aicev -,-yi.oflj -."i
t T. , tiln i,li V'iIIiia 'i