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V). !. MODUS, VrMlitent.
Mild depositors offered every
with good bniikltii;.
V M. HI 11 in .'. 1 AIIN .1 II. ARNOLD WM. askm:v
ti r miviii.p il c. ward, sj i riv.nunti w. p. vooi!iii:i:s
,i .i Mori'Uiti i iu:sri:i A .ssltn:u v .s woods, w. a rule.
w A WlLPUN
. t Kiir.i.noif
.. m iot,r.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Trust Go,,
KANM.XHCI I V, MO,
npltul - I, -Mil, mm.
irptit iinil I iidlihlcil I'mlit., nMii.imiii,
AIITIIfH I. KltLWKLI. lif-lilMi
lie I'rtalilptiu A Mo'ticr. K I. Martin.
V.s Taylor. J Met) T'lmble.
Ilnbl. II "n' Seiretati Wm - Tiylor.
"lrciiiirer I'ranli II IVlnov. A"t. Trcn .
.Ih'iiiimT Niiliiu-nlii Ami Secy.. Trimble A.
Hialey. General Ai.omejs
t.M'llltC" II (ll'lll-hll I nUt lllllllO".
,itm Ini.tir, I niiMfrr Agent nr licg
Mrur for nrpor.illoit".
it ii" I Mentor. Ailinliil.tr.itor. Guard'
Inn, or I rtutco of i:totc.
Collect" Meteiit Mortgage,
'lake" th.irgo or piopcrtlc, lollccthig
rent. p.i.ihig tit . etc.. lor i;,i"tf'rii In
Kama" City tUreitoi. A f. Stllwelt, li I.
Martin, A Mother. Uranl, t'oocr, I A Pax
on..' .McIJ l ruiit.il. ltoM iillliitn
Rooi huslnrs' paper, strong maker snd
tndnrsprs, or good collateral Such as can
bear Investigation can be used promptly nt
Parties bavins such piper to offer please
mrrespond with us. Tel .phnne 1692.
i me- ttiotiiiii ii nsi. i in i omminMon
I IMIP NV
!. II. AIIKM. I't -ll IMiinmn tr.t.
Houston, Fible & Co-
(3iici rssori lo Wm J
Wollmnn A- Co )
ijijiiwcj, j i uti pii'i.-ic.
fi'Jtl llid.itMlrn Mrfi'l
Klltl"!" t'llj, Mn
W. J, Anderson,a!al
tM Drlawnrc St., Kansas City. JIo. Com
mercial l'apor, Slocks und Honda. Heal
Tin lor.il mntin tnntki't rnntiniK'.- unin
t'rt.ititiK Tin- tall r. ip mun' ji'Stcnliiv
was Hunt Tliiri' a oitu- ,i 1 1 1 papi-r
olTcrfni;. lint aMidf front this thcti' was 1U
tlr ilolnn at thn discount Imatds (ii'ticral
lo'lncss Is asktni; lot icry little liank as.
slstanc', anil less money than usual Is
liidiiB liandli-d liy the IhhiiiI of trade peo
ple tills time of yenr. Hates steady at iWiS
pfr eent. .Movement of itttreiicy to the
country Held, t'ollertlons fair, and de
posits holdliiK up well. Hank elearltiKS,
I tiiV219; same day last year. ;i,ftur,Ul2; an
li reuse of tA3,1S7: a Kitln of S per eent.
liastern e.sehatiKe lower and dull.
Houston. I'llile ,v Co.. e.xehanRe brokers.
riiotf It as follows:
New Vork. 2.V discount: ChleaKo. 23c dis
count. SI. I.ouls. 2."c discount.
WashltiKton. Auk. 1. A statement pre
pared by the comptroller of the currency
shows the amount of national bank notes
outstanding- July 31 to have been t'll,2M.!iii
an increase for the year of $i,S.XIli'. The
amount qf cliculatlon. ba-.ed on I'nlted
Suites bonds, was $IMi.."77,IXI. an Increase
fur the year of j.r,21.l!i?. The circulation
.willed by lawful money amounted to $21.
7n.l.l. a decicase lor the year of 5l.tv",,UMi
The amount of I'nlted States reclsteted
bonds on deposit to secure clrctilatitiK notes
was Jjiu.Kai'.xtJU, tinu io secure punuc
Local Hank lock Oilotii Hon..
The following are the bid and asked
pn- of stocks or Kansas city nanus and
llw.r In,. nt s,.enrlli,.s n fiiriiltl.n.l l.e if
1' Wright A: Co., brokers, Armour build
merlcan National bank..
Ci'tz-ns' National bank ..
1'" r-,1 National bank
int. i state National bank
M -Hand National bank
M ssnurl National bank ..
N'.iiinnal Hank of Commerce. ..112
i hi hi National bunk 102
M -"ourl Savings bank 115
M.hanlch' bank 102
i nii.is City State bank kii
i, tiiiiiolltun National bank 90
. w Hngland Safe Deposit 120
Kansas City Stock Yards HIS
M inipoltiili Street railway... . Ki
1 i.ited States Tl'Ust Company .10a
Money at lliiiiir- and Abroad.
s w Vork, Aug. 1. Money on call easy
per cent; prime mercantile paper,
. per cent; sterling exchange sternly,
' i actual business in bankers' bills at
Jt "','iil.liiiS for demand und $l.S9'ifi I SVj
sixty das'H; lifted rates. l.&:ii9ifi4.!iij
i JI.C-Hi.1j1.91; commercial bills, JI.SSi.ii
I. m Ion, Aug. I. Money, V. per cent. The
. "f discount In the open market for
i rt and three months' bills. 9-10 per cent.
V' w Vork, Aug. 1. Hank clearings, 9.V
i "ii. balance". $7.b27.UM).
ru-ton, Aug. 1. Clearing, 117,107,092;
., Hires, J1. 930,373.
'Iiil.ulolphiu, Aug. 1. Clearings, $12,297.-
i.iiHimore. Aug. 1. Clearings. t2.143.S03:
I I'm. e. $313,470.
in Innatl, Aug. 1. Money, 3fi6 per cent;
v Vork exchange, par to 25c premium;
ii iiigs. jiun.jvw.
"..ago, Aug. 1. Clearings. Jlli.OKl.Ortl;
i ix trasy: rates. 4jil'. per cent for call
in j and a&Sti, I'er cert for commercial
I i.iei. New Vork exchange, 25c premium:
.!; is' (London) sterling, $laW, and
J '! ,
!st Louis. Mo.. Aug. !. Clearings. STS.C71.-
I'.ilances. $:if,1.977: money. MHi pei cent,
. w Vork exchange, par to la1' discount
K niphls. Tenn., Aug. 1, Clearum's, $172,-
l.alanco, J0S.IW4 ; Kastern exchange,
v w Orleans, La., Aug. 1. Clearings.
'. union, Aug. 1. The weekly st.it, inetit
i.i Hunk of Knglan.l nhows the lullnw-
' hunte, .. tioaipurou with Ihe pn,-
I al ivacrve. ileercam iiiiinw
ulitlion, ilecreuiie ,17,'m
ii'-iii. increase .... .....
e r Hecurltiea, increnie.,
I' ! deposits, increase XKIinui
I 1 dtpo.slls, lucreaso 2l,nti"i
v is reserve, deereahe ;;i,n,noi
. ..riniient securities, increaie ... i:o,ii
i proportion oi the Hank of r.ngland's
'ie to lluUlille. 'h:eh lut week iv.is
per cent. In now 57.73.
in-. Auif. 1 The weekly stuteiiieut of
t Hank or France shows the following
' lives, m compared with the previous
N.,t- li) circulation, Increase, SO,275,Of'l
' "" ": ,,.ritft1,Mr" ecoiint, current, m-
r-use, 'jtojs.iOu frinen: gQld In hand. de.
i. ,-e, ijw, iranes; mim niHcounted,
' '""' lSyj? " "ler in hand
uM-i, 4.WS.W0 trancs.
i.'t. ion, Au.
silver. ;;'jid ier
i c, Hal all
WVi'. iK-Kican Uol-
Slate and llmi, nnieiit llumi,,
N' 5.r.i5v,y;ri8si.J'iTcloin 'luwtations
, . .itv .,r. Av.c ,.u..e
il a v.
I n.ied State Is, registered. ...11
1 1-ii, I states U. coupon..
I Sttilea neiv l, coupon. .128U
' I. 'id State new rea. 1
l riled bWlt !ik, cOUDOn ...
' it.. States Tm, rexlkterert..
I -lied Hule 2, registered .
. 1 IP tin ,
iii.ima, ola A
l il-ama, cias II ........
at. .una, daw (-'
i. n-iana new coiiwjU, It
. ' i Carolina 1
rib Caraliua w
j. .mil CaroJInu Nou.mtnl ....
T' 1 u- ste 3, nw trtiltleniwit
1 1 iv,see 6. uW aettlvlrivnls
see tf- oi 1 aettleroonu
(..- jun da ,
,Nt w Vork, Aug. WCIiwing nuotaHons
oi. ill- Nt Vork Stock axcbauB":
,, Iii-jii U
t hi. sou 2d A
Cn.ala SoutbWII ln
Central i'llile UU
. A. Itl'I.E, L'lUhlcr.
Bank of Commerce.
Hi'tm r & Rio Grande l ....
Denver d Hlo Grande 7k .....
I Utlc .'d
I I , II A- S. A. fis
ii.. ii ,v 8 a. :
Hoiiitnii Texas f'etitrnl 5.,
Houston Texas Central 6...
Mutiitil UtiK.h f
MI"SOHtl, Kn. Texas l.t 4k.
Missouri, Kit", A? Texas 2d 4.
Nn( ,ercy Central Reneiul 5s.
NntllWet S. I. debenture..
Nurllirrtt PacM" 1st
Northern P.ioltl.' 2d
Itto Grande Western Ists
St Paul conol". 7s ...
SI. I.. H I. M. R'ticral 3
Si. I,. A- S. r. general fis
St. Paul. C & P. V. on
Tex.l" Pacllle 1t ,
Texas Pacific 2d'
Union Pacific lsts of '90
West Shore Is
tork" iltd llnliil.
New Vork, A up. 1. The "peculation to
d.i" wm falrlv active, but very IrrpRtilnr,
nltliouKh pi lce ifeiierally show advance.
More tluin one-llfth of the htislneif n
dune in SuRitr, iitul the bull clli-iie, bv main
fur, . movd the price up l's per rent to
ll',. but had to alHorb n Krent deal of
stn. k to do It, for lame blocks were placed
on the market which caused fremient re.
action", and the lilRh point was not reached
until o'clock in tlm afternoon. In the
late diilliiR" there wn a renewal of the
ptexiure uR.iinFt the property and a reees.
-Ion of 1 per cent look place, of which
' iva- llnally recovered. The preferreil
ruse 2', io lu7. closllik lit the best. Chle.iuo
ii was next In point of activity. The stock
I tin i-ttiiiteil between M and 373, closing t,
j above the lowest and ', below yestPtday's
lln.il saies London was on both nldis of
iih- markt. but did very little on either.
I The Cordage shares were a feature and
I were buoyant on the good influence exerted
I b the announcement that the reorganiza
tion plan nan gone into errect and that ad
ditional heavy deposits of the securities
were being made thereunder. In the late
dealings u weak tone prevailed and the
market cloeil heavy, but the earlier ad
vances were in ihe main retained.
HoudH were fairly animated and llrm. The
aggregate sales were J2.KI.i-'"'.
Quotations on the New Vork Stock ex
change were us follows:
Adams 13 v press
Atchison Hallroad ...
Haltliuore .; Ohio ...
Chesapeake Ar Ohio ..
Chicago .:- Alton
Chicago, IlurlliiKton :
52 1 4
Chicago ,t II Illinois prefil
C.. c . c. Ar St. I
Colorado Fuel & Iron
Colorado l-'uel - Iron pref'd.
Colorado Coal A.- Iron
Cotton (MI Certltlcates
Delaware ,i Hudson 13i4
iiHiaware, L.ii'Kinvitnnil ,v .,lt,l
Denver A- Hlo firande
D. - H. (i. pref'd
Distillers C. I-',
Co. . .
(Jreat Northern pref'd
do- J Houston A: Texas Central
iv.tnsil.s ,v l I'X.IS prei ii
I, .ike Krle ,; Western
I.. K. A- W. pref'd
. . 62.
l.eno 'i rust
I l-oll HV e ,v .nsnllie
Louisville A7 New Albany .
.Manual inn . oiisoiiuaiea ....
IMinnesotn & St. Louis
Mobile ,v Ohio
National Cordage pref'd ...
National Linseed Oil Co
Northern I'anlllc pref'd
New Jersey Central
Norfolk & Western pref'd .
Nnshvllle A Chattanooga
New Vork Central
New York .t New Hngland
Ontario A Western
Oregon .V Navigation ....
Oregon Improvement Co
o. S. L. A: V. N
Pacific Mall S, S. Co
... 5H i,
... 19. Wi
... r. tiS
... l,V Cs
... 5i;'H .v.u
'''. iv Ti
... 7 71-
... 29' i :.
.. iii,i fi'i
... G fill
... 12 42
Peoria. Decatur A Kvansvllle
Pullman Palace Car Co
North American Co ,
I Hlo (Irande Western
I Hio Urnnde Western pref'd ,
! Hock Island & Pacific
1 St. Paul pref'd
1st. Paul & nmnlm
Si. Paul A- Omnha pref'd ...,
I Southern I'acltic
I Sugar Hennery Co
IT.. A A. & N(. M
Tennessee Coal Al- Iron
Toledo. St. Louis A- K. C
, Toledo, S. L. Ai H. C.prof'd.
1 I nlon Pacllle
. I'. P., Denver & Oulf
rutted Stales Kxpress
Wheeling A- Lake Hrle
V. A- L. 13. pref'd
Wabash. St L. P.. .
I Wabash. St I-. A- P. pref'd ..
I W ells-Pargn Kxpie" ... .
Western I'nlon T.-b giaph ..
Scond nssesstnent paid.
! New stock
C- D PRR.VCH. President
Wl AN KELSON. Secretary and Treasurer.
i:st.mh.imii:i ,n;, i,
, Orders executed for future delivery of
"rnln and l'rovlblons.
iiounis .u, .i ana xj. Kxehange bide
Private wires to Chlcauo. New York and
Tin: (iiiAi.s .M.iitiii;
In store -W heat
0?.' bii.-lnls, uats,
WIIKAT-Heeclpts pst hotira. . .25 SM
feauie time lii.st yeui 37,,,,
A slead market and fuir dririVrirV was
had y.-sterday for mom offerings. .Millers
have begun to buy and. with the elevator
demand, imyeia qre had for all arrivals
2verr" X!U' ilIrovcim..ii n, value.-. h,";
:"- 1---., .,.,. ,.,r, i, anillle On Ir.iel;
1 $k 1 car thin at iBe. 1 c.,i n.,,7 ., .'n .".
No. S red. 3 cara at 85c; No. I r.d. 5 car at
toe. 1 car at He, 1 car at 2c. I car choice
fit 0S;V. 2 carH at ?.'- VX !"' -A "A
iihi h it iv 11 it u 1 a I'lii'i v1..
hnra. (bc. 1 car choice , Hie; So i
hard. 1 car at s,o. rar. m ;.'..!.? '
8 cam t Uk. 2 ears' al53cV ;-.rut fft!'
2 cars tttSMpc, no glade, 3 1 11, al 13c j
c.iix hi .IM.'. a cars at 4',u.. v . . ...i .
ll2Vilttl,",'.K. ,. , ....
fcame lime la.t year J,,;
Ihere was a more bullish toiu- to the
'jl''1 yemerday arid a good dcmaml for
all offering.., mixed selliiiK alongside of
white and In most icquoi. Jiy sample on
track here at Kansas City: No. 2 mixed
1 ( ... 00.-. .j i-urs ai aAi.c. i.uer 1.
' oa-jic. "i,i, ni'-iieiH 10 arrive early at
rrive at 3c. 11 cars
at 3s!c: No. i yellow,
3 mixed, 37437', No.
i cars at 3s'sc; No.
1 IIIIV...I " j.-.n ...
Sdc; No 2 wblle. 3 cars utSSc, 7 cars ill
W7.S, ..U. W fl.-, 4lUJ.)i.'
OA r.S-Heceipis past 21 hours 22,000
hdine time last year ,r,,t,,
Arriving free and market dull and
weaker bab-fc light, as holder aie slow
to meet huy.-rs' views. Ily .ample on track
here it Kansas City: No. 2 mixed, 4 cars
at 1. 1 car at ISVe; No. 3 mixed, liSilSc:
1 car jmor at lie; No. mixed. iylte; no
grade. I car at lie; No. 2 while, 21123e, 2
.ar Mc 22ij; No. 3 while, 20f,21c; No. I
ItVIJ Hei:eit pa.t 21 hours o
Same time Met eai ,
Not much coiiilni.- in and not much want
ed: values weak. No. 2, lie. and No. 3, 10
i'J.oU'Jt-SaUo stow, tut jjrkvii ate held
n.idy all rotitnl. We mint- 11 fol
low - Soft wheal. i 1 l"i pound ni k,
patents. tl.V5C2.fV.; 1 xtra f1le-. SI 70111. Vn;
fftm, Jl.56ftl.f,: choice. Ill-'nlV,; hard
nh'.-lt. per 100 tiound snclt. patents. 51 s5Jf
!K. stralghls. JI,7nWl SO: baker"'. ll.Wni.Si
low gridesi. JI.4Mn.in: rye. Jl wn.fA ...
I'OIIN CllllP-Steii'lv but "low sale. V
(juote a 7H73c tier cw(., sacked
ciiliNMHAI-l'Irtn In ssmpatlo will,
. in. but dull. Quoted til 7(W,J7c pi r cwt.,
t'LAXrWItl) Aenln lower, but lemnlid
go.. I Cish. JI.0J1Tl.fB: Allgllst, JlltttillW,
Sept. tuber. Jl.uifll.il! tier bttshel, upon thr
imi" or tuite as to nininis.
TIMOT1IV SKi:i)-SIow m
sale and lower.
A- ptemtif r. Jl.25.
I'.HAN-Dnll bill tmcliahgeil. Racked, IX)
'IK.'. ter CWt mill bulk, filflfifie.
HA 111. KV No receipts; plce baniliml.
No 3. 3ii32c.
1IAV -Iteceipis past 24 hotir .. .Wton
Same time limt year Wtone
Ibmntid contlhite" good and market Is
sle.idy. tJiioti-,1 a follows: New prairie,
fancy. Jii :.iWi7.m per ton; choice, Jfi iji; 5i);
lowland. No 1. f5Or?f.r0: No 2, Jl.pOftl fA:
old tllnnthy, eholrr, J107TI1: No. I. J9.(nl950.
No 2 tinrmnno; No. 3. $7.(t71 ffli new tlm
othv, ii(mi0 0i), a tn potidlllon: rlover
mixed. No 1. J7.ooflS.(); No. 2 clover mixed.
Id-irtfi'.rio; straight clover, JC.i)7.(").
Ve,lpnlns Clilcogo .llnrket
A" furnlhPd by 1'reneh Uros. Commission
Company, rooms :o. 21, 22, (Exchange build-Int.':
Oiitlons. 1 opcn.l High. I l.ow. 1 Close.
Whn"iiff J ?.Ji4!$ ISi it my $ fiVj
Spiember ..1 in I f.9'., nv fi',,i
llecember . .1 "II 72 ' 70l 72
Corn, August. 4.II4! n I3t,' 43,
September ..! U 43, 124,1 4J1,
May 1 3AI SSN .V 35.
Onts, August..! 22U 22",' 221, 2JH
September .. SZ 22'4l 22',, 22i
May 25' 2TA.I 25,l 25".
l'otk. ,e,. ..I 9 !) 9 !H) I 9 !') I ! !)
September .. 9 !0 10 CO I 9 SO I In t
January .. . lu 20 Kilo loin I 10 37'
I.nnl. August. (! in tl 10 j c, a 1 ,; 10
September ..' fill) fi 17! (i 10 B 174
.In n mil: . ,. 1120 (125 r, 224 i; 25
S. Hlb". Aug.. I 5 774 r. .n I 5 77Vi S "0
Siplember .,' B S2j 5 911 I 8 so I 5W
liilillary , ..I fill) 3 474! SIW 3 I7'fj
Chicago cm lots yesterday: Wheat, CO;
corn, 310; oats, 2.12.
Ktlmated to-day: Wheat, Vi corn. 310;
oats. 213 cars.
WIIHAT CiiKh No. 2 led. r,9c: No. 3 red,
C.lllCr,c; No. 2 hard, 07c, nnd No. 3 hard,
COHN-Cislt-No. 2 mixed, 41'ic: No. 2
OATS-Cush-No. 2 mixed, 22ic; No. 2
A car of new Minnesota 'Wheat was re
ceived ut .Minneapolis yesterday. It graded
Itecelpts of wheat at primary points yes
terday were 391, l") bushels, ami shipments
Oeorge O. Hrlnkiiian has returned from
his vacation and will lie with the "boys"
on 'change again to-day.
Liverpool stocks of wheat Incieased 1,071,
() bushels last month, l'lour Increased
1W.0W sneks; corn Increased 27,("1 bushels.
William Lewis, Michigan Valley, ICns..
was nt the stock yards yesterday. He re
ports corn line and gra3 good In Osage
Letters from Ottawa county, Kns., yes
terday said corn wns being damaged by
hot winds In the southern part of the
The stocks of grain in private elevators
In Chicago are reported nt 3.11S,(iQ bushels
of wheat, 131,11m) bushels of corn and 331,000
bushels of oats.
The four Atlantic ports cleated for ex
port yesterday 49,(1") bushels of wheat, 51,
() packages of Hour, HS.tVO bushels of corn
and 7.7il bushels of oats.
A. W. Dannetiberg, Gaylord. Kns.. writ
ing to McCoy Hros. A- Hass. at the stock
yards, under date of July 31, says: "Corn
Is looking line and Smith county will make
from I,imi,0i to 5,010.0") bushels."
William Watson. Montgomery county.
Kits., was In the citv yesterday. lie says
tlm hot winds of Saturday, Sunday and
Monday hint the corn In his county, but a
good rain was had -Monday night, which
revived It sonic.
Kansas Is a big state. These two coun
ty reports appear, one below the other. In
the state weekly weather bulletin: Ilepub
11c county Hot winds of past few days
very damaging; rain needed. Iteno county
Crops Injured In bottom lands by Hoods;
crops on uplands prospering.
Dm lug July Chicago wheat receipts were
1,491 cars, only 21 per cent of last July's re
ceipts, and less than r3 1-3 per cent of the
average July receipts for six yiars. In
July. 1S90, when the crop wns only .".99. ("HO"!
bushels, the lecelpts were Sn9 ears more
than for the month Just ended.
Pair, cool weather prevails throughout
the grain states. Warmer weather is pre
dicted. No temperature below 52 was re
ported on the weather map, but press dis
patches reported frost at St. Joseph, Mo ,
and at Lawton, Mich. At the latter place
It was claimed that the entire potato crop
in the low land wns killed.
Twenty-live counties in Kansas report
rain needed for corn. In the weekly weath
er bulletin the report from Dickinson coun
ty is: Will not raise enough corn tor feed:
heat of past week too intense: hay and
pasture lands also drying up. The Cloud
county report Is: Much of the torn killed
by drouth; pastures all dried up; rain need
Yesterday's Cincinnati Price Current
says; The wheat situation is not appre
ciably changed regarding indicated yield
or Interior olferings, which are restricted
partly by moisture, partly by holding for
higher prices. Coin maintains good prom
ise, with limited exceptions. The larger
portion Is practically assured. Orass lands
Commission houses In Chicago are get
ting customers out of September corn
wherever they can. They see no sign of
manipulation, but there are possibilities of
such a thing. There have been so many
unfortunate experiences In the corn pit In
September and October, the commission
man who wants to get his brokerage as
safely and easily us possible would like to
be rid of whatever risk there Is.
Prime. In his crup bulletin yesterday,
says: Weather conditions cool, but think
all danger from frost passed for present.
Illinois oats, so far us threshed grade
mostly No. 3, and are badly stained and
damaged by rains. Very poor crop as com
pared with the crop of 1S9I. Spring wheat
reports show harvest commenced In a
small way In South Dakota and Southern
Minnesota; free movement at harvest, Ir
respective of prices
A good many reports of an alarming
character me coming In from Kansas on
the com crop. A private letter received
yisteruay irom a rsania iv otticiai declared
tout Ihe crop Is damaged fully 10 per cent
on the line from Wichita southward. Very
had reports come from several central and
northern coiintle. too. There may be a
scire jet over the Kansas and Nebraska
. orn crops, though It is believed that fully
half of It is already safe.
Car lot receipts of wheat:
K.C. Chi. St.L. JIpls. nith. Tot.
Yesterday . ..13 5n li". ."..', IK", 119
Week ago.. ..32 3S IK RS 101 105
2 weeks ago.. 21 IS 101 7 115 MM
Year ago ....W 107 210 9S 61
Car lot receipts of corn:
A week ago 10
Two Weeks ago 31
A year ago 31
Car lot icccipts of oats:
A week ago Hi
Two weeks ago 7
A year ago II
Chi. St. L. Tot.
310 IS 390
322 50 lis
1.V, 19 '.IB
2S2 70 392
Chi. St L. Tot.
232 t3 297
121 IS 15S
101 11 122
2) 27 311
Stocks of brettdstulfs and provisions in
Liverpool aie: l-'tour, l,w sacks: wheal,
2.S3.u centals; corn. 22S.OM) centals; beef,
l.MM; pork, 3,!) barrels; bacon. lS.fcno boxes,
shoulders, 1,900 hoe: hint. 2ii,uu tierces;
cheese, 79.S0O box.: butter. 7o packages.
MILLS Commission Co.,
lo:i Nw Vork Life lliillding,
'telephone MIHH. KANSAS CITV, .MO.
Dealer, tn OIlAIN' od PltnvmroVS (v,
future delivery and NI3W YOHK STOCKS
und HONDS Oiders. by mail or telegraph
promptly exei utud.
1.,'ai.ed Vi Ire li, Chicago und New Vork.
liefer to nradstreet's and Dun's Mercan.
tile Agencies, New England Safe Deposit
ami Trum Company.
A. S. VEST, ?
.Stocks, HoiiiU, Grain anil Provisions.
Direct Wire In Chicago, New Vork
and St. Louis.
::oi..:i m:u voitii i.iri: in.ixi.,
TIIH PKIHIUUK 3IAIIKr.'T,
Quotations below are for Job lots. On
small lots higher prices are asked and ob
tained, enough belli a asked to cover extra
coit of caring for and tilling them. The
parties making small outside orders want
the best good, and selections. Dealers pre
fer to handle the good In Job lots In
straight consignments, as received.
HUTTiai-The. market la uutt usaln but
CITY JOUKXAL. KUTtUY,
strnly choice table
th. lo.nl tump. I
.!-- are niihti.l b)
all clr dull.
li tiuote lliuiic.it made si parntor.
15c p. r pound: tlnest a.i'h. ted cream, He,
line rresh, good llaior iSt , fair to
good. 12c, Dairies Pan' y farm, !2 ; fair
to good lines, $c. Country store packed
Kb nt-v lie; fresh and ttuci packing, 7'tc.
13(H Is Klrm. Kresli. .
. Jil'TTism.NI.: ctentnrry grades. In CO to
to pound tubs, "olid, l. per pound; dairy
grades, in 25 to no pound tubs, solid, l3We
per pound; rolls, print" or bricks, 2 pounds,
in lo pound tub". V.c higher ttitn solids,
nnd 1 txitiml. Ic btetier than solids.
CHRI3SB--We quote Herkimer eoilnly
... i. v-neuunrs, isc per
rounty, Pa., Cheddars, 13c
CI I Ullllll
P.1.. Cheddars, I3c per pound; She
vlns. 12c: stieuoygan, wis.,
Young America, 12UC; Missouri and Kan
'"..,,,, ,,,-.. .wins. J-t . ciivuui.nii.
eas lull el emit Se.
POI'I.THV AND (lMK-The market Is
dull and draggy on cvirythlhg but young
ducks, which are fair and wanted. Hens
are lb Him offerln but the tnoiemeiit I"
slow, while springs are positively slow
and lower. Turkeys are dull, and II Is sel
dom there Is ntii inquiry. We quote:
Ducks, young, 9c; hens, fifli'i'c per
pound; roosters, ench, I2'y!fl5fi sprtnss.pef
pound, S',(9c, tttrkeis. hens, fiflii'tc; torn.",
kc; ducks, t,ci geese. fis,c, pigeons, per do.,
75o, vc.ll. i holce, V) to loo otltld.", fiTfw'ie.
MHLONS-Detiimid very good, both Tor
watermelons nnd cantaloupes and prices
siead.. We quote: Teiim lnitskinelons,
supply mostly common. 25?ni5c per
doseti; home grown, &h,i ll.no per dozen.
Watermelon", fresh, lame. ti.bnulaV) per
uozeii; sinau aiiu medium, i.icitrji.ai
dozen; fancy, large, fresh, J9.uoilI2.lO
li'); sinnll to medium, tii.OWS.w per
holdover stock, prices uneven and
HKHHIKS None here to make n mar
ket. Theie is a little inquiry for them, but
the season Is about over. Hlnckberries,
per 21 crute, Jl.mnf 1.25.
POTATOHS-.Miirket a Itille tinner but
sales slow. Selling flotn wagons at 2T.1i 3iV
CAL1KOHNIA KHCITS-Slendy but slow
sale. We quote ns follows: Pout lies. 7.Vb90c
ppr box; Hoynl natlip plums, tl Oou I 25
per box; wash plums, J1.75 per box: Cly
man plums, tl.23fd.fi0 per box; Tragedy
plums, $1.75 per box; Ocrtnan prunes, tl.75
per case; P. D. plums, J2 per box; wash
plums, J1.50 per box. Hartlett pears. J2.00
per box; white nectarines. $1.25 per box.
PI3ACIlI3S-Comlng ill freely and values
weakir. bin demand very good. Shipped
stock, freestones, fancy. 40?i.Vv per 4 bush
el; I basket crate. tTi7nc: cllUKstoner, .W
foe per "j bushel; fi basket crate, Jl.HMil.GO;
$1,254(1 35 per bushel and 4'V i"r peek.
(.1HAPI3S Steady, but slow sale. Con
cord, Confine per crate, and 2t5t30o per S
pound basket; and Muscat. 40c.
PI-3AHS I'lrmer and In fair demand.
Large at iVh' per peck; Texas. .WiifA
bushel liox: t1i7.V ner 'u bushel
OKANU1-3S In very good demand nnd
market llrm. We quote a fol
lows: Mexican, J2.73iIS.Oi: Washington,
navels. I3.0UJT3.30; Ciillfornin seedlings, ran
cv 52 75113(10: choice. f2.25i72 W).
L13MONS Active and the market Is llrm.
Messina. $5.30iiG.50; Malaga, $jO05.50 per
HANANAS-Thc market still dull. Large.
$1.7512 00: Jumbo. t2.()513.(i0 per hunch.
APPL1-3S good many coming In and
sales arc slow. Quoted : Choice. 35fi PV per
bushel: windfall, IflflSOv per buhel: ship
ping .stock. 25Q33c per buhel. J15il.25 bid.:
shipped stock, common to choice. 75c(i$l.t)
per barrel; fancy, tl.23; old stock, fan
cy stand, $5.0nfi7.u; common to choice va.
rletlcs. J2.POft4.u0 iir barrel. Crabapples,
40'i.Vlc per 4 buhel.
PLl'MS Offerings light; demand fair.
Wild hog iilums. 40c ner 'i bushel. Wild
goose plums, moitly tall ends, supply limit
ed, 3.Vi45c per li bushel. Illue plums. $1,23
per crate. Wo per ' bushel.
TOMATOK..S Offering" liberal and eales
slow. Selling from growers at I0ii5flc per
NKW A'KGETAHLKP-Supply good nnd
sales slow. We quote as follows:
Cabbage, slow; home grown. 15t?33c
per dozen heads. Onions, new, 40f
Mi,- per bushel. Turnips, I5ii20c per bushel.
Lettuce, 25e per bushel. Hadlshes, 5c dozen
bunches. Cucumbers, home grown, 5c per
dozen; 23f30c per bushel. Pie plant. Inc. two
dozen bunches. String and wax beans. 20
ci23c per bushel. Squash, fancy, WfTloe per
dozen. Heels, fan. y. 2Ki30c per bush
el: 15c per 'i bushel. Oreen onions,
three and four dozen bunches, 23c. Carrots,
live dozen, 25c. Sweit corn. 3i4c per doz
en. Mtehlgan celery. lOfifinc per dozen
bunches. Peas, CWiVae per bushel.
BHOOM COKN-CJiioted: Hurtrt green,
IHlfS'.ic per pound; green, splf-worklng, 4V6
fl3',(.c; red tipped, self-working. 4c: com
mon, seii-worKine, 4.uisi: hudkcu, nan
price; dwarf, 3V'd5c.
KKATHHRS Prime geese, 33c per pound;
dark nnd soiled. 30c; mixed nnd old. ISllSOc:
1 per cent tare on small sacks and 3 per
cent on large.
HONEY 1 pound comb, white. 15c: fall.
1 pound comb. Hiflte; 2 pound comb, Cali
fornia, white. PWUc; 2 pound comb, Cali
fornia, dark. 12ilSc; extracted. In cans, 60
"e; extracted. In baircls. 6vific.
GIIOT.TND 1.1NSKKD CAKE Quoted: Car
lots, sacked, 122 00 per ton; 2,000 pounds.
H.3'1 per ino oouiuis.
HEESWAX No. 1 amber.
No. 2. ISc.
22c per pound;
NUTS Jobbing prices: Coeoantits. per
IO, quoted at $4(0. Pecans Missouri, per
pound, 9JT10c Peanuts Virginia, white,
raw, per pound. 4V4ff5c; Tennessee, raw,
lUiiJDc: roasted. 7Sc; Kansas. 3'jc. Hlck
orv nuts Small, per bushel. $1.25; large,
tl.23. Hazelnuts 2jI2',o per pound. Chest
nuts 10c per pound.
DRIED FltKITS Sun dried: Apples,
choice, 6c per pound: good, 5c; poor. 3c.
Wool. Hides nnd I'll Is.
WOOL Slow sale but steady. We
quote as follow's: Missouri and similar
Kliu, 7ii9c. line medium, 9JJlle; medium,
11013c: combing. 12f(14c; coarse, lOic.
Kansas. Nebraska and Indian Territory
Klne. "j9c; tine medium, 7j10e; medium.
9612c; combing. lHil3c; coarse, 8fT10c. Col
orado Klne, f,.fi9c: tine medium, 7ftl0c; me
dium, !)J12e; coarsp and carpet, SJjlOc; ex
tra heavy and sandy. Eft 7a
HIDES AND PKLTS-Steady and In
very good d. inand. Quoted: ureen nnd salt
ed, free of brand". No. 1. 7'i.c per pound;
No. 2. fiVic; green, SVJcj green saltPd, butt
branded. No. 1. fiVjc: No. 2. 0',-e; green
snlted. side branded. No. 1, &'.c; No. 2, 5c;
green salted kips, 15'ii25 pounds. No 1, CV-ic;
No. 2. CVjc: green salted calf, SfilS pounds.
No. 1, 6c: No 2. Cc; green salted hides,
Nos. 1 and 2 and butt branded, around fi'sc;
green uncured, No. 1, G'.ie; dry Hint hides,
No. 1, Pc; No 2, 7V$c; dry salt hides, No.
), 8c; No. 2, 7c Sheep pells, green and
dry, lOfiDuc; diy, 483e pe,' pound.
TALLOW We quote as lollowt,: No. 1.
IVi'C; No. 2, 4c. '
St. Louis Aug. . WOOL-Inai tlve, but
stcadv. We quote: .Missouri, Illinois
etc. Combing nnd clothing, 15fll5i(,c;
coarse and braided, lSQl&Uc; medium clofh
'ng, IH.IHl'-.c; light tine. 9fil0c; Kansas
nnd Nebraska .Medium, llfjllic; light line,
Ml 10c; heavy line, "TiSc. Texas, Arkansas
and Indian Territory Kail and spring me.
ilium, 13, 14e; coarse and low, SJillc; light
line. iiL'loc, heavy line. fiiiSe. Dakota, Wy
oming, Utah, tile. Medium. 12Cl3c; coarse
and low, UfilOo; line medium, 9',illc; light
line, 9I10c; heavy line, 7&Sc. Tub wathed
-Choice, 21c; tair, lliffll9c; coarse and low.
A dull but steady market was had yes
terd.iy. the continued downwaid course of
the hog market making buyers cautious,
and sules of car lots light. The Jobbing
trade, however, continues lair
Wo quote car lots:
LAHD-Ciibh. Jii.m); August, Jfi.nn.
OREEN MEATS-Shoulders, $3.37',-.i3.50
per iwi., hams. J'i.23'iiS.37ls.
D. H. MEATS (nartlv cured) HhnnMarii
cash. $",..Vi'ii5.fi21.. per cwt : anon rllis, sides!
cash, " so; long clear sides, $j.so; short
clear slibs. $5 95
S P M i:T.S-Hams,
shoulders $.' 5ii'ii5.t;2ii..
A. J. GILLESPIE 1 1
I '!'. K. I.II.I.I.7SI11II.-
Sz GO. J J. K. QILLESPli:
Commission Merchants. Kansas City
Liberal advances made io parties feed.
Ing stock Huylng feeding cattle on orders
a specialty. Correspondence solicited. Tel
ephone No 1523.
MAItKHTS HV TIH.ClJltAI'll.
New Vork Aug, 1. KLOl'H-Receipts,
13.200 baruls, exports, li.'in barrel.. Stead
ier. Winter straights, $3. I513.iu; Minneso
ta patents. J3.75Jj3.95: Mlnne.ota bakers',
$3.(f!3.25; city mill patents, Jl.lVfi 1.70; city
mill clears. Il.iuft 1.23; fining gradi'., $1.93
iJ(io, winter patents, $3.iiul,3.9). winter
Miaight. J3..W'3.70; winter extra.. $3.U0)i
3.50. winter low gradea, 12.2ii3.().
CORN.UHAL-Qiilet. Veliow Western.
$1 imiI.iu per cwt.
WHEAT Receipts. Sfi.SW) bushels. Spot
firmer. No. J red, 7Hc. Oplions weie weak,
ened ut lirst by ea.lcr cable., increased
Llverpoul stoiks, foreign and Western sell
ing and local liquidation. Inn finally re
covered the los on a demand from shorts
due to an export und milling demand and
rumors that California crop was otrlelully
.tilled a. smallest In twenty-one years.
Closed 'ift-V' higher. August, 73...lj7lc.
closed 71.-; September, 7234l7l'4e. cJose"l71c
December. 73Mi73Vc, closed 75'ac
CORN- Receipts, 9),9n bushels; exports,
43,t) bu.heW. Siiot strung. No. 2 I'J'Je.
Options, after .light early weakness, ad
vanced sharply on active covering by Sep
tember shorts, who feared a squeeze, helped
al.o by light elpts and K-ss favoralile
crop news; ilo.ed VifiT.c higher. August,
closed 49o: September, 47T.fil9iic, closed 13c.
OATS Receipt.. 229.S00 bushels; exjiorls,
l.fidU bushels, .Spot easy; No. 2, 2&i2$!ic;
No. S vvhllv, ilMUUVy Ofititfui aull but a
AfGUST 2, 1805.
little firmer Willi rorn
elolng l,fijc hlgli-
er. . Ailgusl. . lopi
ItAV-Verj- llrm. Shlping. 7VSfVv; good
to choice, "e.iitl.on per ewi.
IMtOVlSloNS- Cut meats, slea.ly; plckteil
bpllles, 7li7's-: pickled hams, 9't9V
t.A III) Sfe.tdv W1..I1..H .l.ah, aI.a.I nt
Kt7isn(1.5o. September clo"d tc,V). nominal,
. I'OItK Low.r and oclive. New mess,
$11 iM'l.'.Sn: shorl clear. tl2.2Vrilt.2S.
MI)3l3Sl!-He.ivy Slute. large. 5fi74r,
sinau, jmhv , part skims, 2Ji,M,e; fill
skims. 14'dP,. .
grade". Sl.POff 2.H.
ila lev ion ik.
ElU'lS-Steady. Ktesh, 1HJllD4e
SI f.ou. Aug. 1.-KLOtMt-Recppts,3.0nO
barrels, and shipments. ).0 birrels. t'n
chatiged. Extra fancy, J3.2MJ3..V.; faticv,2.;
5f3i: choice. J2.7r.1i2V.. "'
WHEAT-ltecelpts. (tl.nnu bushel.", and
shipments. Il.imi biihels The market con
tlltloll" were conldered beatlh enough
this mornltig to cause pretty fte selling
nnd weaken prices off. hut nl the decline
there was excellent buying and the mar
ket liecamn firm and rallied some, closing
higher. No. 2 red. cash, fis'-kc; August, c.9, ,
September, f.9c bid; December, 724c bid;
CORN Receipts, ,12,ri bushels, and ship
ments, ,()) bushels. Krom n speculative
Rtnndnolnt the market to-day was com
pletely dead most of Ihe time, as. there
wire no outside order." nnd nothing In the
situation to enlist lornl traders' at
tention. A stronger feeling finally de
veloped nnd salrs were made at advances
In sympathy with wheat. No. 2 mixed cash,
314c bid; August, R-'o bid, September,
li.c; December. 3oc; May, :124c
OATS-Receipts, 43.W) bushels, and ship
ment". V:.") bushels. Kutiires dull nnd
easier, with very light trading. Spot neg
lected. No. 2 cash, Si'.c; August, 224c; Sep
tember, 22'.c asked; -May, 234c bid.
CORNMKA!. Slciuly but slow sale.
Quoted nt Jl 931(2.0.1 per barrel.
E(1(iS Scare and higher. Kresh, 94c.
HI'TTER rnchanged. Creamery, 1i,jil7c.
HAY Qltlct and llrm for choice old tim
othy, which is scarce, at J13.m)Jiir.25; new,
tlo.mwll.,Vi; no Improvement in prairie.
PORK-Stnndard mess, $10,374.
LARD-Prlme steam, IVPn; choice, tfi.03.
HACoN Itoxeil shoulders, $0.23: longs.
JiVT.V rllis. J.S7lk: shorts. $7.(1).
DRY SALT JIKATS HoxmI shoulders,
t3.0J4; lotigs, tfi.374: ribs. tf..3n; shorts, K73.
Liverpool, Aug. 1. WHEAT Spot steady:
No. 2 red. winter, 5 ',jd; No. 2 red, spring,
5 9d; No. 1 ham, Mnnltnba, f.s lPil; No. 1
California, 3s .'41. Kuturts opened steady
with near nntl distant positions Vid lower
and closed easy with near positions 4ftid
lower nnd distant postltlons unchanged to
i-d lower; business about equally distrib
uted. August, 3s 3d; September, 5" 54d:
October, ,',. 5141I; November, os Olid; De
cember. .', 7d; Jnnuat.v, 5s 74d.
CORN Spot llrm. American mixed, new.
Is ."iI. Kutiires opened steady with near
and distant positions unchanged from yes
terdnv's closing prices; closed quiet with
August unchanged nnd other months 4d
lower; buHness heaviest on early positions.
August 4s VI; September. I" 4d: October,
Is i-d; NovemlHT. 4; December. 3 llid.
KJ.Orit Steady; demand goed; St. Louis
raney winter. ,s ,ki.
HACON Steady: demand moderate;
Cumberland cut, 2S to 30 pounds. 37s fid:
short ribs. 2S pounds. 3fis fid; long clear
light, .is to 43 pounds, "3s; long clear,
heavv, tC, pounds. 33s 0.1; short clear back",
light, is pounds'. 35s; short clear middles,
heavy, SS pounds. 31s fid; clear bellies, It to
lfi po'und", 35s fid.
SHOULDERS Square, 12 to l pounds,
HAMS Shorl cut. 14 to IC pounds, 41s fid.
TALLOW Kine N. A., nominal.
REEK Extra India mess, nno Western,
57 fid: medium, 50s.
LAUD Dull: prime Western, 31s W; re
llned in palls, 13s.
New Orleans, Aug. 1. PROVISION'S
Slow sale and weak.
LAUD Refined tierce, 44f,4ic.
HONED MEATS Dry salt shoulders,
5'c: sides, t!4e; bacon side". 7c.
HAMS Choice sugar cured. lOitlO'Jc.
RICE Ordinary to good, 3f,44c.
KLOKR Steady. Extra, fnncy, J3.335T
3.t": patents. $3.75113.63.
CORNMEAL Dili; $2.10 per barrel.
HRAN Demand light; 7241176c per cwt.
HAY Stcadv; pinne timothy, $14.50fn$.On;
choice. tl7(, lS.no.
CORN Klrm: No. 2 sacked, white, 4S4tj
49c: mixed. 50e: yellow. 50c.
OATS No. 2 sacked. 30ft 344c
Coffee nntl Sugar.
New York, Aug. 1.COKKEE Options
opened steady al unchanged prices and
ruled quiet and featureless on local trad
ing; closed steady at unchanged prices to
10 points advance. September, 15.35: Octo
ber. 15.25fil5.D0c: December, 13.15fi'15.25e;
-Mnrch. 15.1,11; 15.ne.
Spot coffee Rio steady: No. 7, lfio. Mild
steady. Cordova, 1STi1Ui.-.
Rio llrm: average Rio, 11, too. Exchange,
10 9-lfid. Receipts, S.doO bags. Clearances
for United States, 3. oik); for Europe, none.
Stock. 135.('l bags. Cleared from Hlo July
11, It,). Cleared from Victoria, 7.0M bags.
Warehouse deliveries from New Yoik yes
terday. 31.160. New York stock to-day, 191.
713 bags. United States stock. 3U9.21G.
Afloat for the United States, 302.OI0.
Total visible Tor the United State. 312,
2lfi bags, against 333.731! bags last year.
Havie Coffee opened steady at f lower,
al noon steady, 4f higher; at 3 p. m., 'if
lower; closed steady
Sales. ll.OoO bags.
SUGAR Raw llrm;
fined llrm and fairly
New Orleans. Aug.
fair refining. 2:tc; re
Itio, ordinary to fair,
SUGAR Open kettle, none offering from
tlrst hands; quotations nominal; centrifu
gal, llrm; oft white, 3'.fi3 15-lCe; granu
lated white. 3 9-P',li3i,c: choice yellow clari
fied. 3 '.MUliS'-.c; prime yellow elarinod.
3 7-lfi1,34e; off yellow clarified, 3 3-lfig3
5-lin.': second", l'sfjS'sC
MOLASSES Quiet. Centrifugal, good
prime, lofllc; good fair to prime, 61i7e;
pood common to fair, 5c; Inferior to com
New Oi lean". La.. Aug. 1. COTTON
Kutiires steady. Sales, 25,30.1 bales. Au
gust, fifi2e bill; .September, fi.fiSMfi.fiic; Oc
tober. U.71iiti.73c; November, fi.739fi.7fio; De
cember. fi.MKuii.ilc: January, C.M'!iti.S7e;
I'ebruary, fi.9liil.93c: March. CMUdMc;
April. 7 oiii,.o;ie.
New Yoik, Aug. 1. COTTON Klrm: mid
dlings, 74c; net and gross receipts, none;
exports 10 Continent. 731 bales; sales, 19,
Ififi bales; spinners, 117 bales; stock, 171,
Total to-day Net and gross receipts, 73
bales; exports to the Continent, 791 bales;
nock, 33i,5l3 bales.
Cincinnati. O.. Aug. 1. WHISKY Sternly
at $1.22. Sales, 195 barrels.
St. Louis. Mo., Aug. 1. WIHSKV-Qulet:
distillers' lliilshed goods nt J1.22.
IVnrla, 111.. Aug. I.-WHISKV-Strong;
finished goods on the basts of J1.22 for
Itye mid Seed".
Chicago. Aug. 1 Rye No. 1, cash, IV;
September, Ific. Flaxseed No. 1, cash, $1.18,
Sept, mlier, $1.10'.j. Timothy August. $1,70.
St. Louis, Aug. I. Rye Higher; No. 2,
cash, MLcked, 13c on east rack. Flaxseed
Lead mid .Inc.
New York, Aug. 1, Lead Strong; brok
ers' price, $3.3S; exchange price, $3.53. Spel
ter Firm at $l.k3.
St. Louis, Aug. 1. Lead Easier, buyers
scarce ami Indifferent and some pressure
to sell; Miles, 7 cat's Including 5 chemical,
al 43.33; 7 cars. Including 1 chemical, at
Till.' LIVE S'lOIlK MARKET.
Receipts at Chicago, St. I.ouls, Omaha
aim 4,insas .aiv yc.ieriuiy were U.lltle.
Ill T11O. l...... .h II-. .. .l .1..T . ... ... 'I
day last year, cattle, 21, W,
witi-i, 1, who, -,.'', ..on i,neci, n,,l
ana sneep. n.:oi.
New ork, Aug. 1. European cables
quote. Ameilcan steers at HfikJUe; Amer
ican refrigerator beet, SiSjlOe; no exports to.
The number of hogs packed in the West
last week was 120,l), against 310,Ujo samo
time last year.
CATTLE Movements for the past 21
., . Cattle. Calves.
ItecelptM 4.3J.S BOS
Shipments .),(.;:: uo
Drive-outs 3,12 291
The market was again tinner yesterday
and demand very good. Hut few fed na
tive cattle In, not enough 10 supply the
demand. What few good lots here sold
lll'in to a little higher. Cows in good de
mand and llrm, home and uutslde buyers
both taking hold freely and values ruled
steady and (Inner, There continues a glut
of blockers and feeders. Demand good for
nil good to choice, and prl'es of .uch are
hteady, but the pens were full of medium
and rough lots, which were hard to sell.
Range cattle were In only moderate supply.
Cows sold well and brought full Wednes
day's prices, but steers a little slow but
no lower. Milch cows selling with less
Double. Common, JH'iKi; medium to fair,
JUQ22, and good to choice, $211,32.50.
CIiIciirO, Aug. l.-KLOtm-Heeelpts, s.ioi
barrels, iitul shipments. 9,(l hurt els. l'n.
rhaliged. We tuiole Winine .,,... t o-
JI3J3, straights. M.rtij3. in; spring patents.
13 .,cfi I.S3: stnilclit" (!i.n,?n-.. 'i,.,i....'
No. Av.Wt. Prlce.lNo. Av.Wt. Price.
DRESSED REEK AN D EXPORT STEERS
12 127S $ C 20 19 1251,...$ 4 95
19 1233.... 190 17 1321..,. 4 S3
21 1252..., Ill) 21 lietS.... 4 30
42 1259.,,. 4 00 37 ,12)4.,.. 4 60
19 U71.. 4 94 lfi 1232..,, i S5
coNs.oN CATTLE, HOBS, SHEEP to
for Uesl Results. A New Company.
Capital, tlW.WO. Telephone tlOS.
Kansns City Stock Yards.
Market reports furnlhed. Write 11s,
Obtain t"t tesult" by shlnnlnn your CAT
TLE, HOIS and S1IEKH to
ffobt. C. White (k Co.,
Jvo Stock Commission Slcitknls,
Ilootm 1 on. 107 and 105
(formerly occupied by White .t Rial),
Kan-ns f'lty Slock Vimls.
Conilgninents and correspondence, solicited
Market teportstreoitpotiappllcitloii. Tel. 2I2A,
Cha Dixon. II. S Lincoln, t'0"tua"O. Dixon,
Pres A, Treas. Vice Pres. Secretary.
Live Stock Salesmen and Brokers,
Knnsii" City .stork Viirtl", Tel. 1.1,3,1.
We bur feeders on orders and make teutons,
tile ndvancs" to repotilble: parlies. Write us
for Information and market rciort.
FARMERS, FEEDERS, SHIPPERS
CATTLE, HOGS and SHEEP to
Ben L. Welch & Go,
Stock Yards. Kansas City, Mo,
Market reports furnished. Write us.
17 1135. . t fi5 1 (A 1K.0.... 4 20
42 1130. . 3 75
1 9.... I 30 fi 71,.... 1 75
1 912.... 2 10 IS fAi;.... 2 no
9 Mi).... 2 25 ,t 9:.... 2 25
12 P"7.... 2 33 21 7M.... 2 30
10 7fi2..., 2 50 10 S70.... 2 50
.1 fiL... 2 fid 11 MO.... 2 I'.'.
23 K.... 2 75 25 HU.... 2 75
4 S15.... 2 Ss5 13 9V1.... 2 70
7 941.... 3 ) 12 fi9l.... 3 10
2 1030.... 3 25 2 M'i.... 150
1 !i.... 175 2 935.... 2 ()
.". 1010.... 2 2a t S25..,. 225
5 S9J.... 2 35 29 799.... 2 40
10 7fi2.... 2 50 fi SV).... 2 50
2 1110.... 2 50 13 911.... 2 fiO
2fi S39.... 2 fi5 21 Ml.... 2 70
20 927.... 2 75 23 909.... 2 SO
12 S13.... 2W 29 932.... !W
21 Sfi7.... .in) 30 712.... 3 13
2 1135.,.. 3 50
1 12VI.... 2 45 1 1330.... 2 00
1 1210.... 2 20 2 1310.... 2 25
2 1230..,. 2 CO 1 129.).... 2 l
3 1370.... 2 13 3 933.... 230
3 r,fi.... 2 25 2 1I',0.... 2 55
1 1430,... 2 15 10SI).... 1 90
2 KCO.... 2 3) 2 10S3.... 2 70
lfi 737.... 2 90 I 23 .321.... 2 25
II Ffi9.... 3 00 I 17 67S.... 2 10
21 ?.... fi (10 j S9 T .... n 01
12 H .... 6 75 I 3 dl .... SCO
STOCKERS AND KEEDERS.
10 HPfi.... 3 75 20 11S7.... 4 20
24 1151.... 3 90 15 S9S.... 3 25
20 M7.... 3 0) lh 1019.... 4 00
IS 1121.... 3 75 11 931.... 3 50
19 RI2.... 3 10 22 11S3.... I 25
25 994.... 3 60 22 1114.... 3 95
23 101S.... 3 70 IS 95fi.... 3 50
10 750.... 3 40 13 10T.2.... 3 75
27 Ki3.... 3 5n 37 f,7L... 3 20
10 913.... 3 35 II 743.... 3 30
13 1073.... 4 25 24 1102.... 3 70
31 923.... 3 fid 21 505.... 3 10
17 1123.... 4 20 13 930.... 3 fii)
75 122li.... 110 23 109S.... 3 Ml
IS 974.... 3 fi3 21 1189.... 4 01
2fi KS.... 3 20 IS 5fi3.... 3 33
lfi...... Sfii)..,. 3 BO 23 977.... 3 25
29 S74.... 3 50 21 717.... 3 40
27 921.... 3 15 19 fill!.... 3 25
19 317.... 3 10 IS G27.... 11(1
RANGE CATTLE NATIVE DIVISION.
13 12fi3.... 4 25 I 42 12C9.... 123
1S 131fi.... I fiO I fiO 12S7.... 4 40
42 1239.... too I 20 111.-,.... 3 73
11 113S.... 115 1 30 1033.... 3 40
52 847.... 2 K5 I 21 9fiS.... 2 43
2fi 183.... S ("J I 24 192.... S 00
N. M. STEERS.
39 101C... 3 25 !
77 W9.... 3 10 I 72 99.'.... 3 23
07 T .... 5(D I fi iff.... 2 00
330 101S.... 3 25 I
RANGE CATTLE TEXAS DIVISION.
TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS.
21 1104.... 3 53 I 12 SOI.... 273
25 MS.... 3 23 I 37 779.... 2 55
TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS.
10 930.... 2 (V. 40 fi4S..., 2 30
25 S57.... 2 70 I 19 S97.... 2 fil)
11 7SI.... 2 10 I 52 927.... 2 C5
20 01.... 2 35 . 21 721.... 2 10
27 S07. ... 2 4741 10 S10. . . . 2 50
TEXAS AND INDIAN HEIFERS.
110 BOS.... 2 30 I
TEXAS AND INDIAN CALVES.
9 til s 00 I21S Hi 7 30
HOGS Movements for the past 21 hours:
There was another had break In this mar
ket yesterday. The run was not large but
nmple for the demand. Neighboring mar
kets wen- all off again and prices here
were lower In sympathy and buyers dis
posed to pick around.
Even after forcing prices off lOfilSc there
was no life to trade and a number of poor
to medium were still In the pens unsold at
the close. Extreme range, Sl.Oofi 1.75; hulk
of sales, $4.301 1.50.
No. Dock. Av. lTlcc.lNo. Dock. Av. Price.
70 b5) 13S $3 75 I 1:, .. Ifi5 $1 10
24 .. H7 t t;r. I 2t .. in 1 70
lfi 40 lf,5 4 S3 I 3!l S3 212 4 SO
fil , 2 Id I 30 M Jfift i'42 I 35
25 .. 27S 4 35 ISO 40 3"f. 4 37'.
77 .. 2fid I 374! Is) .. 22S 4 10
12') SO 241 I 0 I 121 .. 215 4 4,)
fi2 210 21fi I Id n .. SB t 411
SI Id 219 4 124! 37 ..194 4 45
79 10 230 1 43 I fifi 40 193 4 I7'.
7t . 191 4 50 fil 120 193 4 50 "
91 120 230 1 50 SI .. 190 1 i;u
123 . . 190 t IK 31 . . 207 t 70
17 in 1S3 I 75 10 2oo 173 4 fl
57 12a Itil I 45 .1,1 10 133 4 70
i.l IfiiL 1U7 1 70 SI So 1B7 t S3
72 ISO 273 I (.5 7fi IO 191 4 30
22 .. 1S3 4 75 US .. 24S 4 .V.
fil .. 21") 4 35 h9 SO J9 4 35
fil .. 2l:t I 374' 83 Id 2til I 10
73 ..217 t 40 I til .. 21K I 40
SI 210 221 I 10 1.0 120 253 4 10
7.1 120 191 I 1241 73 120 22n I 42.4
Sil .. 227 I 13 1 er, ,. 193 4 fin '
71 IfiO 213 I 50 ' 7S ., 213 4 3..
7fi ,. 1S7 I 0 27 .. 191 4 Ca
22 .. 1S3 173 I
SHEEP Movements for past 2t hours:
A fairly good market wns had yesterday.
The olferings wete good, but so was the
demand and values were held steady. Good
native muttons and fat lambs were, If any.
thing, a shade higher. Stockers and feed
ers also continue In good request.
120 Southwest lambs
H Ailzona .... ,
47 uutlve sheep ....
24 native sheep
23 native sheep
HORSES AND MULES-.Movements for
the past 21 hours:
Receipts , jio
Summer dullness still pervades, the mar
ket, While Ihe arrival, this week have
been better, yet most of them wero billed
through. Not, many for sulu on the open
market, and business very light. What
few sales being made me at steady prices.
Wo note the sale yesterday of 22 extra
mules, 15; to 16 bands, at $li. No auction
sales of horses this week worthy of men
tion. We quote:
Mules, II hands.,,. ,. .,,,,,.,,,, Jiiji 53
MuUi, 15 hands... . ,., 45 go
Mules, 154 hands , .....I."";" 60S 70
Mules, 16 to 164 hands...,.,. , ,, Sof 110
Horses-Southern., , 20 30
Horses Streeters.,,., ,. , zofv 44
Drivers..,, ,.., , 4Wi) 63
Draft 40( 70
LIVE STOCK HV TELEGRAPH.
St. Louis. Mo.. Aug. l.-CATTLE-Re.
eeipts, 4.S00; shipments, 1,200. Market again
active, ana all sc;od. grji4?s fceld a iUUt
"corn on the up grade, I
Tin; M:rri:Miu:it rtilitr. in
GRAIN AHVA.Nt'llll I I'Sc.
UIipiiI Opriml Weak mid ln,,l Mrnng on
lltpnrt Siiln, Hat" Were I Inner mid
11 I'Mi'llou Higher PrniHIoii"
Chicago, til., Aug, I. Wheat opened
weak ami closed strong lo-da. At the
commencement of the session there was 11
loss of 14c per bushel, which wns nil re
covered, and 4c of gnltt ntldett nt the close,
owing to reported sales for export. I'm 11
had 11 momentary easy spell nt Ilic open
ing, followed by a lively advance, which
1 ulintlmtei! at the c)oe In tin mlvntico
for the day of 14c per bushel In Septem
ber nnd 4c In May. Provisions opennl
weak nnd closed steady, about nt the mime
price as on the day before, ntul sjnit oats
llnl"hed 4c higher.
Wheat opened pr.lctlcnlly 1c lower than
It closed yeslcldity without other tclotl
than it change In general setitlmriit. For
eign markets Were comparatively sternly
In the face of yesterday's weakness here,
Liverpool was quoted Ud lower and Rer
un mark higher. Receipts ,it Western
prlmiiir matkets were smaller than on the
day before, and the same poor condition
wns observable In the grading. At Chi
cago, out of forty-nine carloads of new
what received, only one wns up to the
contract quality, Toledo fared but slight
ly belter, for out or nlnely-slx carloads re
rclved there this morning, only six wero
No, 2. T he- total quantity received at pri
mary Western markets was Iim.hio bushels,
com Pared wlth952,(H) ntt corresponding day
of the year before. .Minneapolis and Hli
ltith received 201 cirtoads, compared with
1.i9 a year ago. The opening price for Sep
tember wheat was irregularly from nan
down to fisijc and It touched CSV before
It reacted. No abiding strength was ob
servable until ll.iltlmorc sent n dispatch
hero stating Hint there was a fair Inquiry
for wheat for export with some sales early
In the day, eight boatloads being taken Tor
shipment to Liverpool. The price heto
rose to fiji.c when the Baltimore sales for
export became generally known. The Hal
tlmore export business was supplemented
by a report that the state agricultural au
thority In California pronounced this year's
production or wheat there the smallest In
twenty-one years. And the market was
further strengthened by a continuation of
the demand here from Ohio and -Michigan
millers. That caused September to rise
to 69,c, nnd, after a reaction lo fi34cto ad
vance once more, the last time to fiDT.c,
with fi9c the last trading price.
The corn trailers were all lorn up and
unsettled, owing to the unexpected strength
of the September future. The maiket Is 11.
narrow one, and a few leading linns uro
able to exercise an Inlliietico quite dlspto
portlonntn to the amount or their dealings.
There Is u good shipping demand, and only
moderate lecelpts, und those me Impor
tant nlds to tile bull manipulators, Ite
celpts to-day were 310 curs, und for to
monow 315 are estimated. St. Louis is
credited with being short considerable corn
In this market. The sales of casli corn for
shipment from hem are reported at over
ISO,'") bushels. September started at 42V.
ranged up from that to 43-i;ifi I3;ic, and In
the end was bringing the outside price.
Mny ranged from 354fy3V;u up to 3.W. tha
last belnir the cioslnir value.
Very little Interest was centered In tha
oats market. The feeling was Ilrmei. In
fluenced entirely by the advance In corn.
September opened nt 22V, sold down to
22'ic, up to 22',-e, and closed at Hint price.
Provisions started and continued very
weak for the greater part of the day, owlng
to the weak live hog maiket, but near the
end there, was some buying, induced by tbo
strength In corn. The latter was the cause
of n recovery to about the level of yes
terday's closing prices. Hog receipts to
day, 12.000. Hog icccipts for the month
were 3S2.3S9, computed with 379, 1S3 in July,
higher, but within the range. Good ship
ping to choice export steers, $3.25115.73, fair
to medium shippers, $1.75115.23; good butch
ers and dressed beef steers, $1.005,5.25, but
mostly at $4.251iS.10; steers under l.onn
pounds, ?3.fiO?, l.(). with bulk of sales at $3.25
513.73; stockers and feeders, ?2.231i l.oo. cows
mid heifers. $2.23571.00. mostly $2,501(3.10;
Tcxns and Indian steers. $2.7of 1.25, with
bulk of sales at $3.00173.75; cows and mixed,
HOGS Receipts, 2,900; shipments. 1,101.
Market 51i10e lower. Heavy, $1.705.00;
packers. $l.fi01i I. SO; light, $I.7515.00.
SHEEP Receipts, 2.500: shipments, inn.
-Market strong for best grade of sheep, and
251i itio higher for best lambs. Native sheep
run J2.75i;3.75; Iambs, $3fjvj(,-,.0t); Southwest
sheep. $2.305"l 3.25.
Chicago. Aug. 1. CATTLE-Only about
S.0O0 were received, including 3,0nti West
ern rangers nnd 1,300 Toxans. Common,
to fancy native steers sold lo dressed bef
men and Eastern shippers at $3.fi0'ut;.(io, with
sales largely at $4.fiiW,5.fiO. The slocker
and feeder trade Is again active, with
sales largely at $2.501i3.75. Fewer cattle of
this kind are arriving and prt ""s havn
advanced sharply this week. Hulls sold
freely again at $J.001i3.25. and cows were
active and llrm, at J1.751, l.oo, with sales
principally at $.'.25113.50. Veal calves wero
active at $3.501i5.50. Texas cattle were in
fair demand at steady prices, with most of
the sales between $3.u() nnd $3.73; Western
range cattle rather active and strong.
HOGS Declining rapidly and to-day
there was a further drop of inc. although
less than 5n.oou have reached here this
week, a decline of 27,5n0 as compared witli
the corresponding time last week. Common
hogs that nave been here several days Were
hard to sell at much lower prices, nnd
heavy hogs sold at $1.20Jil.M) for common
packing to choice shipping lots. Mixed lots
sold $1.50114.75; light weights. $l.fi(Ki5.i)5. and
pigs, $3.751,1.23, the bulk of the hogs fetch
ing $4 fiivit 1.75.
SHEEP Only about 11,000 arrived to-day.
making I5.2S3 for four days, a reduction of
11,000 as compared with the same days last
week. The offerings consisted lartdy of
good Western sheep and native lambs,
with a good number of medium to good na
tive sheep. There was an active demand
at the recently advanced prices. Sales
were on the basis of Si. 255 1. 0 foi inferior
to choice native sheep, with Ihe hulk sell
ing at $2,7513.75. Westerns sold largely at
$3.50li3.7u. and Iambs sold nt $l.3of3.30: culls
selling $3.001 1.00.
Omaha, Neb.,Aug. 1. CATTLE Receipts,
2,fiu0. Market active and llrm. NntiH' beef
steers, $3. 751(5.43; Western steers. $3.501 1.70;
cows and heifers, J2.;oi3.t;i); caiuicrs, $1.30
12.10; stockers and feeders, $2.751, 1. nd,
calves, $2.50fl."5; bulls, stags, etc., Jl.r.oji
HOGS Receipts. l.soO.
Duality fair and
market 1052no lower,
mixed, $4,4011.50: light,
lleiiiy, $1.3011 i.ku:
$1,5011.70; bulk of
SHEEP Receipts, none. Market steady.
Fair to choice natives, $2,7313 75; lair 10
choice Westerns, $J.301i3.5u; common and
slock sheep, $1.73lj2.73; lambs, JJ.iiO-JjS.oo.
Washington. Aug. 1. The
ment prepared by the director of ihe mint
shows that during July the total eolnagit
of the United tSates mints iitnoiintcd to
$3.235.sno, us follows: Gold, $2,91n,0O'); silver,
J."77.iO: minor coin. Jis.sno.
(First publication August 2d. 1S93.)
NOTICE OK TRUSTEE'S SALE-Where-as,
on Nuvember i,j. is:il, the Concordia
Loan and Trust Company, a corpoialioti,
made, executed and delivered Its deed of
trust, for the puiposo of securing the pay
ment of one bond for the sum of four thou
sand dollurs ($1,000), with interest coupons
attached named in said deed of trust,
wherein It conveyed 10 the undersigned,
David II. Ettieu, tiustee, the following de
scribed leal estate, situated In the county
of Jackson and state of .Missouri, lo-wit;
Lot twenty-two (22), III Hueiia Vista place,
an addition 10 Kansas City: and whereas,
said deed of trust w.i.. on November 3uth,
1S91. ut 8:50 o'clock a. m., duly recorded 111
Imok II 4S7, III page 7fi. of the recuids of
said Jackson county, Mlssouti. and where
as, It is pruvlded In said bond and deed of
trust that. If the said Tim Coneunlia Loan
und Trust Company shall fail to pay, or
cau.o to bo paid, any ol the interest eon.
pons attached 10 said bond at the lime th
.nine Income due. und paiuble. then the
whole amount of said bund shall al onco
become due und payable, without notice:
and whereas, the said The Concoidla Loan
and Trust Company has lulled lo pay, or
cause to be paid, tltc Inieiv.t coupons at
tached to said bond, which bciuino duo
und payable on the llrst day of December
1S93, the llr.t day of June, 1S91, ihe llr.t
day of December. 1S9I, and the 111 si day of
June, 1X95, wherefore the whole amount of
said bond is now due und payable, and 1111.
puld. under tlm terms of said bond and
deed of tiust; now. theiefoic. public no
tice is hereby given that 1, the unili'l'.lgued.
David II. Ettlvii, the. trustee named in said
deed of tiust, under and by vlitue of Ihu
authority , vested in me by .aid deed of
trust, at the icqiiest of the (egal holder and
owner of said bond, will pioceed tu .el the
above described real estate ut public ven.
due. to the highest bidder, for ca.li. at tbo
south fiont door of the building In which
"""y","" a "vt wiuK me new ennntv
to nav the amount nf si.ia 1
icre.i, ami tne cost. 01 executing this trust
The ConcoVdla 'iVoal," anVTruYcany
default!." l"01H'U' hm'lu iea &l
Poll I t II HI) MM III k.lDMnc I 'It., til.
Monday, ihe ifith day of August a il$l
between the hours of 9 o'clock Vu the fire-'
',,??." rml,i oclot'k '" '?' "Hell 0011 of "abl
day. for the uuinose nt n.isi,,,. .,,...' .""
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