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OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
A mahki'.i) i.NtJitti.vM: is am, i.ivi:
li ru I Market! Waking t ii-tntrfctt In Id
K. U. I'urade-Stm k V.ir.l. Will Not
Close Thtirtilay-tiglitlnf: Hull
Ot the four lending Western Mock mar
kets Kansas City Is Hip only 0110 Ihitt hni
shown gains, 111 nil branches of llvo slock
receipts during Hie Kist week. Tin- re-
"ipts show 1,4(0 more cattle, OM moro hogs
nnl 12.200 more sheep than the same week
l.i'it year. The march of the market here
ih upward ami onward, and nothing Jwms
to bo able to stop It. The whole WhI has
is pj'n 011 Kaunas City, and stoikmeii are
touting this, way frotn every quarter.
The London Moat Trade Journal sys
there ate 28,575 lens cattle In tin- 1'hlted
Kingdom than last year and 259.G30 lens
sheep, but 4(3,5X5 moI hoi-.
Tht stock yards company declines to
lose the yard next Thursday, Octolier 3,
tin- day of the Knrnlval Krewe parade,
,itti the yards will be oen us usual on
that da. It Is the wish of the rotnmls
kioii men, however, that their countrry
' lends keep their stock at homo for thnt
i.iy ntiil come to Kansas City with their
wives ami chfliltm to see the fun. As the
entire trade will take tirt in the parade
there will bo Utile or no business done
At the meeting of the participants in the
Karnlviil Krewe parade at the stock yards
Saturday nothing was done but to cam ass
the situation and talk over what Imh been
ulrcuilv iieconmllshel. Pre miration,, for
the parade ar- much more perfect than
111 wus nine nisi year, anu me sio. 1.
"hoys" ate anticipating a grand success
with the slock yaids division.
The victorious bull In the bull light at
AlliuiiieriUe, N. At., last year, was at the
yards Saturday with u shipment of bulls
from that countrry. The bull was on
signed to llohert C. White & Co. He la
a yellowish brown, mean looking bovine,
with heavy horns and savage air The ani
mal looks .us It he might weigh l.i'O pounds,
AlcLue.is Hros., I'ulrbtiry. Neb . had In
I'. Montozn, A. Klchwald, Cclo San
doval and V. S. ami i:. A. Altera, of Alhti
fiuerniie, N. At., were here Saturday wlih
J. It. Cilndden, of Appleton City, Mo.,
came In with hogs Saturday.
AI, K. Alyers, of Qnetiemo, Kns., was at
thf yards Saturday with cattle and hogs.
J. C. Phillips, of liutler, Mo., KOt feeders
11. It. Grimes, of Ashland, Kns., was In
Saturday with rattle.
Oowglll & Craig, of Cowgill, AIo., had
in cattle and hogs Saturday.
J. It. Richards, of Nowata. I. T., was
hero Saturday with cattle.
A. T. Howden, of Clay Center, Kas., was
at tho yards Saturday with caul" and
T. L. I'ratt, of Hoxle, Kas., came in Sat
urday with 011 1 tip.
J. U Taylor, of Grand Junction, Col.,
was In Saturday with cattle.
.1. W. Fuller & Sin. of Derdson, Kas.,
were at the yards Saturday with hogs.
C. II. Kemier of Kansas had In hogs
J. Hurness, of Harton county, AIo., got
feeders here Saturday. He reported corn
Htnl glass good In his section.
F. It. AlcKlbben, of Van lluren. Ark.,
was here Saturday with cattle.
Sam Welehsenbaum, of ltlley county,
Kas., was at the yurdH Saturday after
feeders. Ho reports com and crass good.
Hogs scarce and the number of cattle on
feed only fair. ,
George C, Alullln, salesman for the
Charles Dixon Commission Company, is In
Central Kansas on 11 trip.
Albright Hall, or 1'awnee City, Neb., had
In hogs Saturday. .,,,, ,, , , ,
Wright llailey, of nockrllle, AIo., had In
hoes Saturday. ...,., , ,
Thomas Simpson and J. . Jennings, of
ARricola, Kas., hrotiKht In fi'edeirs hatiir
dav. They ieKirt corn and Brass Kood In
CoYlcy rounty, Kas. Com Is sellliiK at 15c
there; The number of youni; boss Is about
an siverap", and cattle feiillnr ,n the coun
ty will not be heavy tills sea-on.
Thomas K. Gillespie will return from hLs
Kastern trip Alonday. ,
i-robst & Fowler, of Conway Springs.
rn3 had In cattle and hous haturduy.
2 " Kills, of Havensville. Kas., was
here Sattinluy with cattle and boss.
I. A. Smith, of Slater, AIo.. was Here
Saturday with a load of choice how that
sold at Jl.'-U
witKitr. WAi tiu: s.kii:s or r.ni:x?
Simie of tlm 'I henries Adlillil'etl to Ilell-lllti-ly
Lneiltr the Ml." or I'ar.ulUe.
ArBtimonts that have seemed sound to
'. their scientific projectors have been ad
vanced to provu that the human r.cc
htartcil on tho brink of the Euphrates,
In tho heart of Central Asia, in I.emuria,
a continent supposed to be tit present
nt the bottom of the northern part of the
Indian ocean; in Greenland, In Central
Africa, In Central America. In Ceylon,
and In the fabled continent of Atlantis,
which is conjectured to have emerged
from the Atlantic on the line of the
Canary lslamls and the A wires, and
from which, 1C it ever existed, both the
Knxtern and Western hemispheres tniBht
have drawn their population, Certainly
here Is choice enough, writes Kdward S.
Martin In the October Ladies' llnnio
Journal. The sciontliic searcher after
Paradise Is embarrassed by tlie richness:
f his Held, and hesitates to leave the
Euphrates' bank and become a wanderer
over all the earth. Hut at least he may
stick to Asia if hv win. one of the most
favored "cradles of the human race" Is
the vast plateau of Pamir, north of thu
x Himalayas in Central Asia. Anthiopolo-
Sists find deep KiKnltVancc in the fact
that in thnt region tho fundamental
types of all the races of mankind are
represented. In the plateau of Pamir
or within easy distance of it are yellow
people, blHcl: people and whites, and in
the same region philologists llnd the
three fundamental forms of the human
KANSAS tlTV CINCINNATI.
Wnhaili anil H. V . S IV.
A vestibule sleeping1 car leaves Kansas
City Union depot every day at 0:20 p. m
via the Wabash railroad, runnliiK throuuh
to Cincinnati. U., without change, via
It. k O. S. W. railroad from St. Louis,
arriving in Cincinnati at 11:1ij next morn
inir, making the run In seventeen hours
and tn minutes, the fastest iime ever
made. On this same train are through
deeper to Washington. D. C, Halilmura
and Philadelphia, find passengers for
points east of Cincinnati cun step irom the
kaneas Clty-Clr.clnnatl tlecper Into tho
through sletpers any time after leaving
HI. Louis. Passengers for Louisville and
polntB South leave tho sleeper at North
Virnon at !:3t a. m.
Tor Kentucky and booth this sleeper 1
a great convenience.
The Wabash Is the only road offering
thla through car fcrvtce Sleeping car
berths secured at Wabash ticket olllce.
Ninth and Delaware streets, or write to
II. N. G A It LAND,
western P.isfongcr Agent.
Kansas City, AIo.
Whlkky iiikI VaKahiiiiiliige.
The Century: There Is one other cause
of vagrancy more potent than all I have
described, and its. name Is whisky. The
love of llipior brings more nun and wounii
Into trampdom than anything ,-ln-, and un
til thin fact Is more eoiuvuntlmuly reeog
nlied there can b" nu thorough treatment
of the tramp. There i no nej to enter
into detnlls on this subject all that 1 can
do Is to report the faH The public needs
to realize more Hilly than it doe the aw
ful effects of strong drink on vagabond!.
A realization of this fact Is liable to be
productive of some remedy for the evils
It represents. If the tramps of America
could be freed from the bondage Into which
whlfcky has brought them, there would not
be very many vagtanig la the country.
That the American trump is the result of
tho fluctuations of the labor market, as
borne claim, I do not believe. The Ameii
ean tramp docs not want vvuiK, as a rule:
but I know that he dots want to be free
from llriior. And If this can bu accom
plished. I feel safe in saying that he will
go to work. Under thn inlluerne of drink
he becomes a sort of voluntary Idler, but
If he were temperate he could be made a
.tinny per.om heep t'arlBr's llllln l.lvnr
FIIU011 band to prevrut hlllout attaciti, btclt
h-iilache, UUilntia, and Hud them JU41 what
l.e.nl ami Inc.
New York, Sept. 2S -Lead-Strong, brok
ers' price, m,.". Spelt'.r steady, domestic,
St Loufs, Sept i'V--Lead-Quiet, sales, 1
cars ut IJUl'j. 10 cars chemical hard at
ft in. Spi-ltei- Dull and depressed, no buy.
ers at Jim), held at Jl.pt.
Children Cry for
I FI.NA.MIAt. I
W. .. WOODS. Prsuldettl
The National Bank of Commerce
Accounts solicited, and depositors
W A WILSON tt'M. nUTTIfl. JOS. I'AII.V J. IL AltNOLn WM. ASKEW.
j ti Kor.t.noiT, 11 r Aits'ot.p 11 c waki. , s j fiikiu'dii w. p voouiiF.Ba
1: V . , 1 t 1 un' t()Ht (itKHTI'.U A S.VlUmt W lVH(li. W. A HUM'..
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Trust Co,,
KANSAS CITY, .Mil,
t'npltHl . - i,.-,ti,tnm.
.Mirelii.iin.l I'lidlvlded I'rnllt, n7:iil.oun.
AHTtll'lt tl. STILWI'.I.L I'fsMent
Vice PruldrtiH A A Mistier, IV L Martin.
W.S Taylor. J Mel). Ttlmbl-.
ltiilii. 11 Cone. Secrenry. Win S Taylor
ltetiter; Pmnk II SVlt. r : At Treat.
Jacques T Nollhrullls.AlvLSro 1 K S. Moher,
to Au hecty Trimble & Hi jley. tleural At
lorue l.ii'iutet 11 tienerst 'I nut limine...
Ait at lrutte, 'Irimtfer Agent ur Itrg
i.trur tor Corporation.
Art h liiiiilnr. Adiulnlttratiir, Oiuinl
'Mil, or illl.teenf i:trttc.
I'ollertt Wittrril Aloitgnge.,
lake. uirge tif propertli't, cidlerttnc!
mil, imjllif Isles ! lor Iruttern In
ii.tnr.i Kantnt City Iilrctir A II Stllwell, H L
Martin, A A XlotU-r Prank Cooper. P A l'ui
on, J MrD Trliubis. ltobl (illlbam
QooJ bushiest paper, strong maksrr and
Indorsers, or sood collateral, Such as can
bear Investigation can be ured promptly
t current rates.
Parties having such pnper to offr please
corresKnd with us, Telephone 153t.
M. II AllLLL Pt. ! Ilelnuare '-treet.
Houston, Fible & Go.
(Successors to Win. J
Wollmnn & Co )
uunu, jivviv I'Al'lllt.
o'JO Pclii urc Street.
liiilitiit (it). .Vto
M I Anrl.vnnn Financial
Hi ii nllUGI ulfll
Tie Delaware t., Kansas City. AIo Com
mercial Paper, Stocks and llonds. Heal
The banks Saturday reported a continued
good demand for money from the country
and they ir- now declining all outside
loans and say they will have all they can
do to take cure of their customers from this
on. Hates are steady and lirm at "lii per
cent. Home borrutvers. however, are
making no more paper than usual at this
season of the year, but are renewing rath
er than paying off. Currency shipments
to the country fair. Hank clearings, $1,371,
371; Kline time hist year, il.471,l"4, a de
ciease of J'.ii,(M, a loss of 0 per cent.
Kastern exchange steady and In fair de
mand. Ilcustun, Flble & Co., exeliange broker,
quote It as f-llows: New York, Jl.uO dis
count: Chlc-Jgo, fiOc: St. Louis, lic uls
eount. The New York bank statement Satur
day showed a decrease In l.in of $.-,Wt!,-7il;
In sjM'Cle of JiW.K"4. In legal tenders
fc.UW.l.'eO, In deposits $9,3.'7.rj and In the
surplue reserve fl47.n2T, riaklng It now $22,
2;!,17.'i In excess of the 2A per cent rule.
The available rash In the tica.-ury Satur
day was tlS3,Tl,lS9, and gold reserve, 31,
3'.1S. K. !'. Swlnney says he was never a stock
holder In the Colorado Savings hank, and
that W. K. Svventzel Is the man that Is
being sued on his stock.
James L. LomUird, who Is defendant In
the same suit, says be was never president
of the bank, and that he sold his stock a
year before the hank failed.
Local llllllk Mock Quotation".
The following nre the bid and askea
prices ot stocks of Kansas City banks ami
other local secmltles, as furnished by 11.
P. Wright & Co., brokers, Armour build.
American National hank
Citizens' National bank ,
l'lrst National bank ,
Interstate National bank
.Midland National bank
Alissouil National bank
National Hank of Commerce.
t'nloti National bank
Allssoui! Savings bank
Atetiopolltaii National bank..
Kansas Otv State bank
... fil 71
.,. S2 a
... 01 100
... s:. 05
... roii ion
. . .125 130
. . .isn ho
Aletropolltaii Street Hallway..
Vra' Knuland Kate Denoslt
Kansas City Stock Yards 1S5
United States Trust Company.. 105
K. C. Smelting A; Hell Mm: CO..10S
.MiMiev at Itoiiie mill Aliruait.
New York, Snpt. 2'. Aloney on call,
nominally, P'j per cent: last loan, l'S, closed
Prime mercantile paper, tiSH' per cent.
Sterllm: exchange, steady with actual
business in bankers' bills at fl.SS'.i'ifl.SMi
for demand and $I.S7'vi l.i7ifor sisty days;
posted rates St.iDfi l.&K and 4.M. Commer
cial bllK SI $.
London, Sept. 2v-AIoney, '., per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills, 'i. per cent; rate of discount
In the open market for three months' bills
m 'in cciil.
New York. Sent. 23. Hank clearings. ?!,-
721.204: balances, $.1,o,T7.U7u ; for the week,
:,.7.i.i-.i7.303: balances. J37.C31.270.
Ho-ton, Sept. 2K llnnk clearings, ?15,
SI7,4'S; balances, $2,2ij0.2ii7; for the week,
JiT.SUi.lM: balances, tlO.VJI.leii.
Haltlmote. Sept. 2 Clearings, J2.7v0.SI!):
balances, 331.230, for the week. tll.OI7.S37;
1 1,11,1, letnhi:i Sent "R Cle.'irblirs. Stft.SO?.-
S.1S; balances, tl,3)2.SO; for the week, $0S,-
2irr..i;i; balances, jiu,:ii,ui,.
Cincinnati. Sept. 21. .Money I to tl per
cent. New York exchange, 2.1c discount.
Charing. tl.S3l.1MJ: for the week. $11,532,
21o: for i-aaie week last year, ?U),2u3,iSm.
Chicago. Sept. 2S -Clearings, t!2.413am
Money on sharp call with gilt edge col
lateral at the iruM coinpanles' I per cent;
other call lout.- l'no per cent; commer
cial papir Miti per cent. New Yoik ex
change W)e discount. Hankers' (London)
sterling, tt.to's and 4.S7-U.
St Louis, AIo., Sept. 2S. Clearings, t.'.
ISL'.sSi;; balances. t210,f.71. Monev. f.1i7 per
cent. New York exchange, tl.00 discount
Alemphis, sept. 2
Clearings. J21V1 m-. b.il
anees, Sil.ovo. Lantern exenange, 51 r,o
New. Orleans, Sept. 2S. Clearings, tl,CI3,
London, Sept. 28. liar silver, 30 9-lCd per
New York, Sept. 2S. liar silver, W,c;
Mexican dollars, I3!.e,
Stitle and tioicriiineiit tloiiiM.
New Y'ork, Sept. :s. Closing quotations
.111 the New York Stuck exchange.
United States Is, registered. ...Ill',
United States 4, coupon 112
I'lllliHi tiinieH new in coupon. ..i-.;
United States new reg. Is,
United Millies tis, coupon.
United Stalls is, teg
1 1 ... ntutus 2k. reg......
Alabama, class A ,.
Alabama, chibs li
Alabama, chiks C
Loulsiuna new consols....
North Carolina tl
North Carolina 4
South Carolina non-fund I
Tennessee 3s, new selileiiients.. Mij
Tenriesste Is. new settlements.. 14,1
Tennessee, old Cs 00
vi . ml Cm pi'
Virginia centurleu 62ti
New York, Sept. :. Closing quotalloriB
011 the. New York Stock exchange:
r icsiir- id'
Atchison 2d A
Canada Southern 2ds
c i.tral do in Ism
Denver & Hlo Clrande Is.,
ifiiir. f itiu ,.iii'v ..,,,,,,,. is
Duiver ii ltlo Orandu "s l!tri$
Krle 2ds Si
C... II Ai S. A. fis IV,
C,., II. A: S. A. Ts Itti
Houston & Texan Ceutiul Ss 11114
Houston A; Texas Central 6,,.. 107
Mutual Union C ,,.113
Missouri, Kas. Si Texas 1st in... (:?,
Mlbbouii. Kus. A: Texas 2d Ik.... 67'J
New Jersey Central general &H..IIM4
Noilhweit S F debentures .. .Ill
Northwestern consols 139
Northern r'aeiric lsts , m-,-.
Northern IMcltic 2d 100
THE KANSAS CITY JOUltNAL MONDAY.
M. A. HULK, Cuihl.f.
offered every facility consistent
ltlo Grande Western lsts...,
S Paul consolt. 7i ,
St L. & 1. AI. general Sis.....
St L. A- S. V. general Cs
St Paul. C. A: P, W. is
stock, slid llnlill.t
New York, Sept, 21. The stock market
opened dull, but firm. Thete was some
pressute against Hurllngton and Chicago
11.11. niijlng fractional receptions. The
railroad list wits practically mgleoted. I)1.
tilling exhibited imuked strength and soM
up 7. ier cent to Si, the best llglite yet
Httalned for the certlllcatet. In the mini
hour Sugar received support and rallied 1',
per rent, the other markett recording
like rraotlonal gains. In the railway list
the only noteworthy change was an early
rei esslon of S per cent In C, C. & St.
I.ouK with n subseiiierit rally ot l' per
cent. Tobacco displayed marked weakliest
in the limit dealings and left olf ls pr
cent lower. The general market closed
qui, 1 and llrm. The light Volume of busl-in"-
was largely due to the nbtelice of
many operators from the markets, both
here and In Ktirope, Incidental to the ob
s. rvalue of the great Hebrew fast of om
Klppur ., ,
Trading In bonds to-day was light, ag
gregating only tr.),0(i.
yuotattons on the New York Stock ex
change were as follows:
le-ier- . o-
American llxptess ..
Atchison ltnilroad ..
Paltlinore ,t Ohio,...
Canada Southern .....
Chesapeake A- Ohio ..
Clil.-ner, .V- Alton.
Chicago. Iturllltgtun A: QuhMy.. S.V.
Cln'ago lias R';
Ohli.irfo A- I!. Illinois 103
C tl. C. Aj St. 1 40
(V nsolldatcd Cas H2
Colot,.j I'uel & Iron 3i
Colorado I"' 1 v lion pref'd ..1W
Colorado iV,il A- Iron "'
Cotton oil i.Vrtlllcates 21'ir
Delaware .t Hudson 13-'
Delaware, Lackawanna A: W..170U
Denver A- Hlo Oraltde 17
D. A G. It. pref-il t3'.4
D.stiUerj- A C, V. Co 21
Krle pref'd -
l-'ott Win tie 1'V.
tleneral Llectrlc 35-
firent Northern pref'd 1-1
Illinois Centtnl 101li
Hocking Valley SUi
lioii'tun .'c Texas Central 2'
Kansis A: Texas tiref'd 37'i
Lake Hrle A- Western "K
L. IX A: W. pref'd 70'i
Lake Shon- i L".
Lid Tnist 3.1
Louisville .c Nashville fit's
Louisville & New Albany !'U
Manhattan Consolidated HI
Memphis A- Charleston 15
.Michigan Central 10"'.i
lAIInriesota A: St. Louis -
.Missouri Paeitlc !B'h
Aloblle .t Ohio 23'.i
National Cordage S
Natlonel Cordoge pref'd 1
Na-livllie A' Cfiitlnnoo'.ia 70
National Lliiteed Oil Co 23'4
Northern Paclllc J'J
Northern Paclllc prefM 1!.?.
Northwestern pret'd 117
New Jcrse.v Centra! 113)i
North American Co &".
Norfolk .t Western pref'd 1li
New York Central 10214
New York A- New Kngland 5t
Ontario & Western 18U
Oiviv.m & Navigation 2.iVj
Oregon Improvement Co 0
Pai Ulu Mall S. S. Co S0
Peoria', Decatur Ai Ilvanslille .. fi',;,
Pulliirfin Palace Cav Co 173
Hio r.r.mde Western
Hlo Clrande Western pref'd ..
St. Paul pi'efd
St. I'd ill & Omaha
St. I'.url A- Omaha pref'd
Sugar Hetlnery Co
i. A. A. Si N. AI
Tennessee Coal Ai Iron
Toledo, St. L. & K. C
Toledo. St. L. & K. C. pref'd
U. P.. Denver A: Clulf
United States I'xpress
WCie. ling & Lake Krle
v". & L. K. pref'd
Wubasb. St. LouN A Paclllc.
W'ftbasb. St. L. & P. pref'd..
Wells-PRrgo Kxpress Co
I'nst assessment paid.
Uourth astissnunt ia1d.
tlutleok lor 1J0I1I I'Tpuitt.
New York. Sept. 2S. Hradstreet's says:
The decline In exchange rates to llgures
Which apparently put an end to the gold
i-hlpments to London dlrcot has had 11 fa
vorah'o effect on spe"Ulatlve .-entlmetiL The
linextKv-ted engagement of $2.Ji),iKO In gold
for shipment to (lermany by th principal
"aniateur" tpecie Importer niuld 'lot over-
..finie the Iim.rMvlnti c:i.e.l lie thl ttftti.
-... ....,.-- ........ ... .. .... .... . - ..
eney, C inn linn binkers have taken fr.,o.
urn in bom for tnnsfer to that country. All
of tills whs oftsi t by the tangible weakness
th it '1.1s r 'limed in the exchange market in
t up-eipu ni e of the .tppcai'n nee of lib
el il supplies of commercial bills and the
offering of 11 large fpiuntltv of bankers' slx-tv-div
sterling, in connect) in with loins
of foreign nu r Vinf. The formal diso
luil'iii of the Peiiiinnt-Alorgnn bond syndi-
elite N 'o favorably
iccouMxa or GRAIN DEALERS
On Urn CUICAOOUOAHU OF TRADE SOLICITED
Cill ot ou- oftico or wrtto lor prlvsto Ctrhf Code
orbtitprora Qriin Uocords.
jVlcLAIN BROS. A, CO.
niaiTo noiLOlNr, CHICAC.O
(' 11 r.-t uv.rii n,..i.i..i
- W VAN NIH.SON'. Secretary and Treasurer.
Orders xecuted for future delivery of
Grain and iiovisions.
Hooms 20. 21 and 22. Exchange bldg.
Private wires to Chkjgo, New York and
; 'I Hi: (iltAIN MAHKHT.
III storeWheat. 717.713 bushels; corn,
C7I2 bushels; oats, 2,102 bushels, and rye,
WIIKATHeeelpts Saturday f,7,lifii)
Sunii) time last year 22,2k)
Tho 111111 l.et Saturdaj was 11 decidedly
hulllfch one. Cables were hotter, and a
good demand Is being repotted In tho
Northwest for Hour. The result was an
active and higher speculative market, and
cash gruln heiv was quick to sympathize
with the Improvement. Hy wimple on track
here at Kansus City: N. 2 bard. 10 curs
at 00c, 7 curs at Hoc, No. 2 spring, 2 cars at
Stic, 4 cars lutei at Kie; No. 3 bard, 2 curs
at KCc, 3 curs ut tee, I cur at 5ijc: No. 3
spring, 1 car at We, li curs at StiViio, 2 curs
at 57e: No. 4 hard, 2 ears at 47c. 3 cars at
51c, 2 cars at 4'J'se, 1 car ut lie, 5 cars ut
5U & curs at 52c: 1 ejected, 1 cars at Sac, 1
car at 5h .1 cais ut 40e, 2 curs ut 41ej No 2
red, Cl'.sHCie; No. 2 red, 1 ear at iW-.c. t ear
at Clc No. 4 red. 3 cats at Ki-.c. 1 car it
ril'ji- 2 cuts ut We, 2 cars at K'jc, J car
COKN-Hecclpts Saturday ..S3,0n)
Samo time last yuur 7,S0n
There was mot In Saturday than foi
some time, but under the lulliience of a
very bullish wheat market, pilces wen
held steady. Trading, however, wus light,
unit whut demand hud mainly from shorn
and local feed dialers, Hy sample on track
here ut Kunsus City: No, 2 mixed, 3 curb
ut 2i.c, 5 ears ut 27c: No. 3 mixed. 3 curs
at ;Le; No. 2 while. 7 curs at 27c, 1 car ut
2'ic: No. 3 white. 2WiMi.c
OATS Keceipts Saturday ,..2i.0u0
Same time last year. . . , 1Q.IV0
The market wus uguln dull and w.uk
Saturday. The receipts were liberal, and
buyers. In consequence, were disposed to
go slow Holders, however, held out tor
old pi-bet, and what little trading done
wus ut Friday s pre is. Hy sample ou truck
here at Kansas City. No. 2 mixed, i cars
at ISe, 1 cur colored ut 19c, 1 car colored ut
200, I car colored at 19'..c; No. 3 mixed, 1
lCi No, 4 mixed, iMlKe! No. 2 white, 1
car at 20'4c, 1 cur fajicy nl 21c: No. 3 white,
1 car nt 2oo; No, 4 white, 17W1&C. .
HYUItecelpts Saturday 1,200
Same time last year .....
There was but little done In this urnln
yesterday. The .market, .however, .was
steady, Hy sample on track here nt Kan
sas City! No. 2, 3itt'(lMCi No. 3, 34'tW.iC,
1 car nt 31'tc. . , .
PLOUIt Klrm In sympnlhy vvllh wheot,
but sales slow: We quote ns follows:
Soft wheat, per 100 pound ruck, patents,
I1.C501 S3: extra fsney. . tl.S0JTl.C9t fnncy,
tl. 356 1.13: choice, tl. 2331.35: hard wheat,
pfr 100 pound sack, , patents. II.6M1I.U1
stmlRhls, tl.C0STl.60s baksrs', ll.toai.03; loir
grades. tl.U01.33: rye. tl.IWl.60
COItNAinAI-Slow sal?, but sternly. Wo
quote nt MTr.lcc per cwt. bulk.
coltN CHOP Dull, but unchanged. Wo
quote at fdif.V-'c per cwt. sacked.
PLAXSL'KD bull ntid winker. Quoted
upon the basis of pure: Cash ntid Octo
ber. S7i1kSc tier bushel. . . ....
HIIAN I'frm and In good demand. Wo
quote. Hacked, 49ijWct bulk, 431141c per
TIMOTHY HKKD-QUlet. but steady. Wo
quote cash and October nt t2.7MJ3.2n per
CI.OVKIt Slinn-Stendy, but slow sale.
Cash nnd October, tl.ofifiiVi per cwt.
HAHLKY None coining 111: .prices nomi
nal. Hejeeted, l.VnSOi per bushel. .
CASTOH IlLANS lJcmnnd fair, nnd
prices steady, ytioted at tl.15Sl.20 per
bushel. " .
HAY-lticelpIs Saturday l.ftV) tons
Same time last jenr 430 tons
The market Is glutted. The warehouses
nnd sidetracks are all full, nnd buyers of
prairie have everything their own way,
it ml low grade timothy very dull In sym
pathy. The following quotations are
furnished dnlly by Allnter . J'roi
Crnln and Hay Commission, 221 W el
Third street, Kansas City, AIo.: New prai
rie, fancy, tC.W per ton: choice, $...0Mi-...M:
lowland. No. 1, l..Wir..W; No. 2, t3.r,0frl.);
timothy, choice, tl0.rwrll.00: No. M9.OOTi9.iiOl
No. 2, J?.l1iS.ii: No. 3. C.nni!7.W; clover,
mixed, No. 1, t".lru7.t0: No. 2,clover mixed,
SiiturilHy's i blriiKii Atarket
At fiirnlthed by Trench Hros,' Commission
Cotnpsny. rooms 20. 21, 22, Exchange build
Open. High. Low. Close. C!ot
Sept .. .. t 59?, t C2 t
Deo ,. .. lj, 3',i
.May .. ., Cl'.i, f.C,
r.9:i j 2 go;
I1OT4 til t'1'4
Sctd .. .. :i"i 3.'J 31, 32'i 31-v,
Dec . .. 21 2V' 2'-,4 2s;s 2V't
.May .. .. 291a 29', 29ss ? 2014
Sept .. .. 19 IS, 19 19 19U I
Oct .. .. IS'i 19', 1S 19 t 1S,
.May .. .. 21 21U 21", 'Jl'l 21
.. .. S 23 i 3.1 S 3.1 S3.. S 40
Oct .. .. S M'4 b 3.1 S 2.1 k 3.1 SIO
Jan .. .. 9 73 9 SO 9 CO 9 03 9 M)
Sept .. .. .1 5 S.I li H f. S3 5 92'i
Oct . . , 5 t 5 90 .1 S3 il S3 fi 92'
Jan .. .. 5 03 5 9.1 3 90 5 90 5 95
Sept .. .. 5 37(4 37'i '". R7'4 5 37' 5 S74
Dot . .. 5 35 3 ,17's 5 27's ft 37'i 3 37'
J.in .. .. 4 97'4 4 97'4 4 S7- I 92'i 1 S7',i
Chicago car lots Saturday: Wheat, 77;
corn. ,155: oats. 437.
K'tlmated receipts for to-day: Wheat,
lf); corn. fl00: oils. f) cars. .
WHL'AT Cah No. 2 ted. iK'c; No. 3
red, (siiifflo; No 2 hard, 02.-; No. 3 hard,
COItN-Cash-No. 2 mixed, 31"-4c, and No.
2 white. 31"4c.
OATS Cash No. 2 mixed, 19'ic, nnd No.
2 white, 21.p.
Kxport sales of wheat I'rlday at the sen
boanl wete reported to be t4o,M bushels,
and of corn SS.O") bushels.
The four Atlantic ports cleared for ex
port yesterday 70,v0 bushels of wheat, 2.1,
0") packages of Hour, .'.3.W) bushels of com,
and 19.7e0 bushels of oats.
Kxports of wheat and Hour during the
thirteen weeks of the present cereal year
amount to 2i;,100.t) bushels. In the like
period one year ago the total exported was
:)7,r,20."tw bushels; two years ago. fiJ.2'0 00
bushels, In 1S02 it was 43,330.00) bushels,
and in 1S91 It was 57.GeO.Oij) bushels.
A London special cable to a New York
news agency says: Mr. Cordon, a partner
In .1. S. .Morgan Ar Co., says that stetling
exchange has turned. A large portion of
th" short Interest In exchange lias covered.
There Is no probability ot any further ex
isirts of gold to Loni'on. He expects a
bond rVsue during the winter.
Wheat exports frotn botli coasts of the
United States and from Montreal last week
(Hour Included as wheat), nre the largest
since last Aliirch. being 3.151.000 bushels,
against .'.53S,(W the previous wtek, 2..W2,t)V t
bushels In the week one year ago, and ns
compared with it.1&9.noO bushels two years
ago. I,0I7.uhi bushels three years ago and
3.405,000 bushels four years ago.
An Associated Press telegram from Du
luth says: Through the railroads vvhl h
connect Duluth with the wheat country
comes the report that farmers are pre
paring to hold their wheat for higher
prices, now that their greatest needs have
been relieved. They are scraping together
money for the purchase of lumber, with
which to provide storage for their wheat,
and are even utilizing old boxes and liai
rels In providing temporary bins for keen
ing their grain until a better price is ob
tainable. Ai- a result. Inspection here Is
showing a smaller movement than a year
Hradstreet's says: The advance in the
price of wheat ou reported damage to the
crop In Argentine may or may not be the
beginning uf an upward movement, but
nccepted statistics concerning supplies of
wheat In this country, if not discredited In
the near future, may comptl wheat prices
to follow In the footsteps of those fore
easts. Telegrams to Hradstreet from wide
ly dllferent points seem to indicate a very
general intention on the part of grain
producers to hold their wheat for higher
prices. This refers to spring wheat terri
tory tributary to Allnneapolls and to tho
vvhe.lt country In Oregon.
SccrcMrv Ct. si rile, of the board of trade,
it back from a two weeks' trip upon the
London. Sept. 2S. Wheat has been In
small demand dining the past week. The
consumption and offerings were bath llglu.
The increase in quantity atloat did not af
fect the market. American advices com
pletely controlled prices. White wheats nre
fid 10 Is on the weeks nnd red has advanced
about fid. Parcels, Duluth allo-at, 23s. Spot
firm and Cd higher. .Maize is llrm and 3'.nid
dearer. Mixed American steamer for Jan-,,,.,-v
.t.liverv sold at 15s 9d. Parcels were
quiet and spot was llrm. Parley was tlrm
with an upward tendency. Oats were slow
Car lot receipts of grain In Kani-as City:
Past weeK. 172 1'Ji ni
Prev. week 429 129
2 wks ago. tilt
A year ago 21
2 years ago S70
a years agoiu,
Car lot receipts of wheat:
K i. Chi. St.L. AInls. Dlth. Tot
Past week 472
Prev. week 129
2 Weeks ago.114
A year ago.2ill
2 years ngo.STO
3 yars ago!737
492 120 4053 20i:i MI10
Car lot receipts of corn:
K.C. Chi. St.L. Tot.
Past Week 197 StHS 2S0 1111
Pivv. weMc 120 2S.73 211
Two weeks ago Ill 2912 211
A year ago 07 1039 197
Two years ago 107 IfiSO b32
Threo vara ugv 321 4372 C97
Cur lot receipts of oats:
K.C. Chi. St.L. Tot.
Past week ni srm 305
llrev. Wfek 73 1997 313
Two weeks ngo 119 ISC xm
A year Hgo M 1150 803
Two years agx 72 2111 P7
Iteeelpts of wheat nt primary points
nutuiquy were to.,v.i uusueis, una snip-
menis, sw,i:i3 bushels.
A week ago the Alodern Miller inuiigll.
rated nu Inquiry Into the condition and
probable yield of corn In -Missouri, Kansas,
Nebraska. Iowa and the Central corn
states. Kepotis from every county In tho
four states named aru In and show that the
corn harvest in .Missouri has been esti
mated at about its worth, but that not
more than hulf a full nverugo crop can bo
harvested In Nebraska, while a 250,0uii,0i
bushel harvest In Kansas Is giving the
crop credit for all It Is, Tho Iowa condi
tion and yield, loo. has been somewhat
overestimated, but not so much so as
Kansas and Nebraska, the Intter stnto
promising Jess than a yield of 100,000 00)
bushels of corn. The decline In condition
has been duo almost entirely to excessive
heat nnd 110 moisture to aid the late corn
to maturity. Late Inquiry also revealed
the fact that In many localities early corn
wus thin on the ground und eurly nredlc.
lions were not realized. Indiana. Illinois
and Ohio reports are not all in. Those re
ceived from that quarter do not raise pre
vious estimates and convince us that the
1S93 corn crop has been overestimated.
The damage done the crop by luck of
MILLS Commission Co,,
103 New York Life Building.
Telephone 216S. KANSAS CITY. MO.
Dealers In UKAIN and PROVISIONS for
future delivery, and NEW YOItK STOCKS
and PONDS. Orders by mall or telegraph
Leased wires to Chicago and New York.
liefer to Hradstreet's and Dun's Merc&n
tile Agencies. New England dfa Deposit
and Trust Company.
SEPTJGMltolt 30, i89x
moisture In Hie Central state?, wc believe.
Is greater thnn has been, reported, and
taking Into consideration that the known
crop in the East wns early Injured by a
similar Influence, It Is npparent that there
will not be a bumper corn harvest nfter
nil. I'nrmers,' deliveries of .winter whent
nto declining and flour I In a stronger
position than reported n week ngo, South.
rn milling centers that were In n position
ten days lmck to draw wheat awny from
Central and Western markets, teport their
Inability to do so now. nnd the premium
put upon spot wheat In St. Louis. Kansas
Cltv and nil Important Interior points, has
emiih.islr.cd the scarcity of supplies. There
Is no Indication ot nn early Increase of
deliveries, Oats marketings amount to
less than they should nt this season of the
year, the crop considered,
Quotations below r for Job lots. On
mall lots higher prices. nre asked nnd ob
tained, enough being asked to cover extra
cost of caring for and tilling them. I he
parties making small outside orders want
Hie best Roods and lelcctlons. Dealers pre-fe-
to handle the goods In Job lots lu
strnlcht consignment" a" reestved.
IIUTTKlt The situation of tho market re
mains unchanged. All good sweet table
gvods ore meeting with ready sale at tlrm
prices. .Medium Is also moving mora freely.
Highest grade separator. 2uc pi r pound:
must gathered cream, 17c; line fresh, good
llnior, 13j; fair lo good. 120 Dairies.
Paricy rami. 14c; fair to good lines, .:.
Country store packed, l'aticy, 130 j frisn
am! surel packing. .'iC
IJOaS-I'lrrn, Kresh, llic,
lit. i'lLltl.MJ Cteiunerj grads. In 20 to
CO pound tubs, solid. ISr per pound: dairy
trades, In 23 to 00 pound tubs, solid, 13',s
per pound: rolls, prjuls or bricks, 2 pounds,
in lo pound tubs, $c higher than tollds,
and 1 pound, 1e higher than "olldo.
OHEKSK-We quote: llerlillner county,
N. V , Cheddars, 13ij pe. pound, Crawford
county. Pa.. Cheddars, 13c per psundj She
boygan, Wis., twins, 12c: Sheboygan, U Is..
Young America, 12V,c; Allsbouri and Kan
,11 tuli 1 am. SC.
POULTHY The market Is steady and de
mand good for nil kinds. Supply light.
Small springs In best request wnlle largo
ones nte steady. Hens are tlrm and in
quury for turkeys some belter. Ducks
qulot. yuotcd as follows: Ducks, young,
7'sc per poiinu; heti,0c per pound: roosters,
12iy!il5e; sprlngs.lnrge, 7c tier pound; small,
MtMf turkeys, hens, COO'sc; toms; 6c;
geese, S'.ke: ducks, 5c; pigeons, per dozen,
75c: veal, choice, SO to 100 pounds, &i5VsC
POTATOKS Alurket quiet. Home grown
20c by the i-ar and 2.1c per bushel In a small
way' from wagons. Iowa, 3iViS5c per bushel.
SVYWI-JT I'OTATOKS fjulet but steady.
Quotiil at 211172.-0 per bushel
AIKLONS Aluskmolons .ail cantaloupes
In moderate blipply. Small and common,
at 1525c per dozen; extra fancy, 40'.i5Oc
per oozen; Colorado cantaloup's, si'PP y
fair, tl.25IM.75 per crate; water
melons, fresh, large. iWfiWie per dozen;
small and medium und olf stock. 3o1i4i' tier
dozen; fancy, large, fresh. J3.t'ini.00 per 10);
small to medium, gl.wl.09 pfr Ut); home
grown, 2Hrfo.' ier dozen.
CALIFORNIA PHUITS-OITerlngs con
tinue good. Quoted as follows: Peaches.
S.Vjttl.00 per box. Pears, J2.00112.23, accord
ing to quality and variety: Tokay, tl.'5f?
1.30 per box. Hlnck Hamburg grapes, 0M1
73e per case; .Muscat grapes, J1.00 per case:
Hlnck Prim e grapes, 75c per case: .Malaga
grapis, Stf'fitl.vO. French prunes, t!,2ot1.35
per rase. Oulnees, tl.03 tier box
C.KAPKS Home grown stock Is prac
tically out of the market. Wu quote:
New York Pockllngtons, 5 lb baskets, 17c;
Niagara, 10c: Delaware. 20c; Pennsylvania,
New York and Ohio Concords. 9 lb bnskets.
choice to fancy, 1S5i2oc; much poor stock
is on the market and sells at various
prices. The faulty condition Is attributed
to 1iot weather; wild grapes, 10!fl5e. per
PEACH HS Hut few coming In. Quoted
at utffifOe per peek; Allchlgnn stock, t2.001i2.23
per bushel; lOo per 1-5 bushel basket; Alls-s-ourl
stock, trays, 75e: third bushei box,
73c: fi-baskct crate, tl.50.
APPLE'S -Market steady but dull. Wo
quote: Cooking apples sell from 10 to 20o
per bushel. Choice eating npplis are high
er. Fancy, ?l.(rt'nl..lo per bbl: common to
good. 50fi73c p?r bid; home grown stock
sells 11 little higher In 11 small way; fancy
racked stand apples, 25iS(h' per bushel
PEAKS Steady and in fair demand. Keif
er, 4tv per peck. 70c per half bushel basket;
Mississippi stock. '.- '- bushel; Duchess,
40c per peck; .Mississippi stock, 50c per
CHANHEIlllIES Steady, but slow sale.
Quoted a $7 25Ti7.30 per barrel.
LKAIONS Urirdlv so active. Fancy SCOs,
tiooo per box.
ortANC.ES Selling n little more freely.
Quoted- Mexican, t2.75Ti3.0); Washington
ravels. t5Hi3.50- California seedlings,
fn-"-v I7-.ti3n.l' chn'ce. 2.2 5f2 ri
HAXANAS Steady; and In fair demand.
Large, tl.73fi2.0i. and Jumbo, t2.0"fr3.00 ler
TO.MATOES Demand fair: prices steady.
Selling nt T.lcTi Jl.2.1 per bushel; pear, C01i75e
VECETAHI.ES Cabbage, ouoted at 20U
23c per dozen: medium to common
15e. Onions, new. 351i40c per bushel; bpan
uii nninns. f 1.10.1 1.2.1 per box. Let-
tuee,50c per bushel Cucumbers, scarce.good
green, 7.1c per bushel: common and yel
low, 50c: small, tl.OOfil 25 per bushel.
Squash, fancy, 10c per dozen. Heets, 23c per
bushel: 15c per half bushel. Carrots. 2V p.r
bushel. Sweet corn, mostly poor stock;
choice. 7ifSc per dozen. Alleh'gan cel
erv, 3ftfi inc dozen bunches: homo grown,
23c. Horseradish. S5c bushel. Puniiiklns,
fanev, ."nfifOc: common, 10c dozen. Hatter
bean's. 40c gallon: large Lima beans. 43c
bushel: gieen peppers, 25V 30c ter bushel;
red peppers, licit JOTjIOc: sweet. 3.1i;4"e: red
peppers, small. 1 fvri 1.2,1. Egg plant, fancy.
0c; common. 2.1fi30c per dozen. String
beans, tKil 25. Hubbard squash, fancy, 73c
!;1.00 per dozen Ilndlshcs ti dozen. 23e.
Turnips. 25c. Citron Is coming In and Is
offered at tl.00 per dozen.
HHOOAl rol'.S Hurled green. .W3le per
pound: grren. self-working. SfiS'-jc; red
tipped, telf-worklng. 2-1Je; common, slf
working 1UJ2c; crooked, half price;
FEATHERS Prime geese V.e per pound:
dark and soiled. 30c: mixed and old. 15fi30e:
1 per cent tare on small packs and 3 per
cent nn targe.
HONEY 1 pound rnmh. white. 15c; fall,
1 pound comb. ISWUc; 2 pound comb, Cnl
foi-nla white ififlHo; 2 pound comb. Cali
fornia, dark. 121?13e; extracted, In cans. Cif
7c Tt-acted. in hnrrejs. DIIOc.
GROUND LINSEED CAKE - Quoted:
Car lots, sacked. t22 00 per ton: 2.000
round? ' Sn pee Jfin poi nds
BEESWAX-No. 1 amber. 24c per pound;
No. 2. amber, 20c.
NUTS Jobbing prices: Cocoanuts, per
too ouo'ed nt tl on Pecans Mi'soiirl. per
pound. 7c. Peanuts Virginia, white, raw,
per pound, 4fi4:,c; Tennessee, raw. 3'if?4e;
loisted. 7c; Kansas. 3'-e; Tevus. SfllOc.
Hickory nuts Small per bushel. S1.23; large,
tl.23. Hazelnuts 21)3c per pound. Chest
nuts 9c per pound
DRIED FRUITS-Stin dried: Apples,
choice, Ec per pound; good. 3c; poor, 1c.
Vt'noi, ttl'let unit Pelts,
WOOL Steady and In fair demand. Wo
quote as follows: Allssourl and similar
line, "il!)c. tine midliim. 'JJfllc, meulum.
lieri3o; combing. 12'fillc; coarsr 1DWI2?
l"nnsa. Nebraska nnd Indian Trr'ny
ITne, 7HS9c; fine medium, 7'.ii&10c; medium,
9'ul2c; lomblngs. llfjlSc; conr.-e, Sf10 C I
orado Fine. 6SJ9c; line medium. 75TI0.-:
medium, 0Til2q; coarse and carpst, 8fil0c;
cr.ru henvv nd snie 5T77c
HIDES AND PELTS-Demand fair at
old prices. Tho quotations are as follows;
i.reen and salted, free of brands. No. 1,
7iu pound: No, 2, 6c; green, fie; green
raited, hutt branded, No. 1, 7n; No. 2, 6Uq;
green salted, Hide branded. No.l, tiic; No.
2, 6c; green salted Kips, 15 to 25 pounds, No.
1, 7c: No. 2, Cc: green salted calf, 8 to 15
pounds. No. 1. 9c; No. 2, 7so: green suited
lildes, Nos. 1 und 2, nnd butt branded,
around, 7c: green unciired. No. 1. eie: dry
tl I ti t hides. No. 1, 10c; No. 2, dJic: dry salted
hides, No. 1. So: No. 2, 7ic. Sheep pelts,
green, 40e0c: dry, 4,;i5o per pounit.
TALLOW We quote as follows; No. 1,
4V.C, No. 2, 3-i;o,
St. Louis, Sept. 2S WOOL rirm, hut not
qtiotably higher. We quote: Allssourl,
Illinois, etc. Combing and clothing, lo'il
16iic; coarse and braided, 15lji54n: medium
clothing, 14;iH'ic; light line. 9il0c. Knn
ias and Nebraska .Medium, lift 13a; light,
tine, 9SJ10.!; heavy line. 7jSc, Texas, Ar
kansas and Ii.dlan Territory Fall and
Hiring medium, 13fil4c; coarse and low.
Mfllo, light line. StflOe; heavy line. CfSo
Dakota, Wyoming, Utah, etc. Aledlum,
12U13c; eoarte and low. OfJIOe: fine me
dium, 9jllc; light tine, OiilOo: heavy line.
7i(Sc, Tub wastied-l'holee, 21c; talr, J4W
ISc; coarse and low, Jl'ulCc.
There was less life nnd u weaker feeling
In the market Saturday. Packers, how
over, were slow In yielding actual conces
sions, and trading, lu consequence, light.
We quote car lutsi
LARI Cash, t3.S3; September, 13.83,
OKKKN A1EATS Shoulders, ' J5.1X) per
cwt.: hams, 17.00.
D. S. AlKATS-CPartly curedl-Shoulders,
rash, 15.75 per cwt,; short ribs, sides, cash,
15.43; long clear bides, Jo. 13; short clear
S. P. Al EATS Hams, t7.37W38.00. and
A. J. GILLESPIE I w&Wflp
ni ii uikbhui iu T K aiLlLfc:Sp,B
8b OO. ) J. V GILLESPIE
Commission Merchants. Kansas City
Liberal advances made to parties feed,
log stock. IluyinK feeding cattle oa orders
u specialty. Corrtspoudeuce kollclted.
Telephone No. 1523.
MAI1KL1S 1IT TKLKIIttArit.
New York, Sept. IS.-FLOUU-HceelpK
Vt.'W barrels: exwrts, ll.S") barrel. Strong
arid active orr spring patents, but less de
mand noted for winters. Shipper; .out of
the market. .Mlnnfsota patents, l3.f'113.iDj
winter extras, t2.50if2.ls)i Minnesota bakers
f ti4 fl
CORNAIEAI-Dull; yellow Western, Ml?
97e per utvt. . ,.
WHEAT-Hectlpts, DLfW bushels, exports,
EW0 bushel. Spot, 4 strong: No. 2 rcl.
tio. Options opened stronger on heavy
weekly wheat and Hour exports and strong
cables, declined sharply, under short sales
for locnl account, .nut turned suddenly
strong on good buying orders nnd had nn
excited ndvaiice hellwil by sn energetic
demand from the early short sellers; out
side speculation Increnslng nnd sentiment
steadily bullish, closed Mile higher. Sep
tember closed 65V December, 14 H-lSlfOSc,
closed C7V. . .
COltS'-ltecelpls, 1&0.3M bttthel, exiHirts,
tfi,4o) busheli. Spot dull and nomlal. . No.
2, .WiiC. Otitlons openeil easier on liberal
receipts and absence of demand, but turned
2,200 bushels. Spot, dull; No. 2, 21i!i2l't
Option dull nil the forenoon, and closed
unehnnged. September closed 24sC; De
cember, 24?,c. . . .
HAY Weak! shipping, B8"0ci good to
Choice. 7.VdS.1e tier cwt. . .. .
PROVISIONS Cut meats tlrm: plckted
bellies. .fi7!4C: pickled shoulders, Ccj
pickled hams, 9ii9'ic
LARD Quiet: Western steam clocd,
t0.2u; October closed 10.75: rclincii stenuy.
ORK QUIet and sternly: new mess, tlO.OO
.5; family, 1I2.W0 12.50; short clear, 112.M
HUTTER-Recelpts. 4.071 packages;
teady; Western dairy, 945il3c; Western
creamery, PVf;22c; Elglns, 22c.
EOC.S Receipts, 3,273 packages; steady:
Chicago, Sept 2S.-FLOUR-itecelPts, 11,
0f barrels, and shipments, 6,i') barrels.
Winter steady; spring lower. Winter pat
ents, t3.ti1i:i..: straights, 12.8.14)3.25: spring;
patents, $3.25113.75: straights, 2.75f3.10; bak
ers' grades, tl.!1)2.30.
HUTTEH Strong. Creamery, 91721'Sc;
EC-OS Higher. Fresh, 15itl7c.
St. Louis, Sept. 2S. FLOUR-Rocelpts,
4.(v0 barrels, nnd shipments, Co) barrels.
Steady. Patents. 18.104.22.168; extra fancy,
12.1nri3.00; fancy, 12.7oii2.So; choice, U.Mt
WHEAT Receipts, 40.000 bushels, nnd
shipments, S5tjo bushels. Opened easier
nnd declined, but later, on a rush to buy,
reacted and advanced rapidly, closing
strong nnd higher than yesterday. No. 2
red, cash, CSjnvis.c; September. Cl-c; De
cember. Msc; May. G7'c.
CORN Receipts. 23,1jO bushels, and ship
ments. 2,(m bushels. Was dull, without
m ch news to affect the mnrket, which ad
vanced in sympathy with wheat, nnd closet
above yesterday. No. 2 mixed, cash, ',e;
September, 2Skc; December, 2l4c; .May,
201sii2ii''c. ... , ,
OATS-Stronger for speculative market
on account of the ndvnnces elsewhere, but
no trading. Spot stronger: No. 2, cash,
1M,C bid; September, lS'.sc; December, 19!40
bid; .May. 2lic bid.
CORN.MEAlr-Qulet. Quoted at tl.oCViT1.ru
PmtAN-Stcndy. Selling at Bo on east
HAY Fnlrlv active; choice timothy and
prairie scarce and In demand, while mar
ket Hooded with low grades, which dealers
don't know what to do. with. ....
HUTTER-Steady. Separator creamery,
1S1;20e; fancy Elgin, 23i(ii24c.
EOOS-Unchanged. Fresh, 14c.
PORK Lower. Standard mess. Jobbing,
S 755) v S7-
" LARD-Ptime steam. $3.75; choice. lli-SO.
HACON Hoxed shoulders, tu.l2: longs.
t6.K2i ribs, tti.23; shorts. $0.50.
Liverpool, Sept. 2S.-WHEAT-Spot llrm:
.lemnnd iioor; No. 2 red winter 5s; No. -red
spring, stocks exhausted: No. 1 hard
Alanltoba.ils -tl ; No. 1 California, 5s Id.
Future.! closed steady vvitn near positions
i,i.,,. n. "l.,l- I.VIirnnrv. 5s 23jd.
CORN' Spot tlrm; American mixed, new,
3s G'.nl. 1'uturea closed llrm; business
heaviest on nearest and distant positions;
September, 3s od; October. 2s P4il; Novoin
be 3s 5i; December. 3s 54d; January, Js
3 pi : February. 3s 4-jd.
FLOUR ITin. demand fair, freely sup
plied; St. Louis fancy winter. Os 91.
HACON Steady; demand improving.
Cumberland cut. 2S to SO pounds. 4 Is; short
ribs. 2S pounds, 31s Ud: long clear, light, 3v
to 45 pounds, Xis; long dear, heavy. I'm
tiounds, 31s; short clear backs, light, IS
liounds. 31s: short clear middles, heavy, iu
pounds. SOs Od; clear bellies, 14 to 10 pounds,
SHOULDERS Square. 12 to IS pounds,
" ilA.MS Short cut, II to 10 pounds, 44s.
HKEF Extra India mess, 75s; prime
mess. iISs 9d.
PORK Prime mess, line Western, f.Ss 9d;
prime mess medium, 51s 3d.
LARD Steady; prime Western, SOs 3d.
Rellned, In pails, 32s Cd.
New Orleans. La.,Sept. 2S.-PROVISIONS
PORK t?;i9c. ...,
LARD Rellned tierce, 4J?4.vc.
HOXED AIEATS-Dry salt shoulders,
C"-.c; sides, IV.
HACON-Sldcs, CUc .-
HAMS Choice sugar cured, 9-irn0c.
RICE Slow sale; ordinary to good, 25,
FLOUR Firm: extra fancy, $3.05?3.15;
CORN.MEAL-Dull nt tl.SO per barrel.
IIRAX Steady at CHitV.c per cwt.
HAY Prime timothy, $13.50SlC.i; choice,
criiVNo. 2.sncked. white, SCfjSic; mixed,
37S3Sc; yellow, 41c. ,
OATS No. 2. sacked, 2fi'-J2flV;C.
Coffee and Sllg-.r
New York. Sept. 2S. COFFEE Options
opened steady, unchanged prices to 5 points
ai.vance. Later the market rallied on cor
rection to Hamburg cable, making prices
higher than at tlrst quoted; sellers with
drew; closed steady at 10 to 25 points net
advance. Octobir, 15.2.10715.30;; Decemlxr,
14 93c. Spot Hlo quiet; No. 7, 15?se. Allld
quiet: Cordova, ISUTiiOc.
Santos Firm; good average Santos, 11,400,
Receipts. 15,000 bags: stock. 317,000.
Hamburg sternly unchanged to ', pfg.
advance: sales. 5,0) hags.
ltlo Quiet; No. 7 Rio. H.OoO. Exchange,
I0 9-10d. Receipts, 7.000 bags. Cleared for
the United States. H.fmO bags; for Europe,
2,000 bags; stock, 190.000 bags.
Warehouse deliveries from New York
yesterday, 10.CIC; New York stock to-dav,
240.717 bags. United States stock. 320.29S;
atloat for the United States 277.000 bags;
total visible for the United States, 997.29S
hues, against 425,393 bags last year.
SUOAR-ltaw. tlrm: fair reiinlni'. XK"i
3'ie; centrifugal, 90 test, 3,;fi3:;c. Refined,
tlrm: No. C, 4 1-lfiTl'Jc; No. 13, 3 7-lUe;
standard A, IMM9-1C": confectioners' A,
V lii 9-10c; cut loaf. 4.i,f(! 5-lCc; granulated,
New Orleans. Sept. 2S.-COFFEE-Quiet.
Rio ordlnnrv Uie.
SUGAR Louisiana sugar steady; cen
trifugal, orf white. 3 13-1fi'ti3'i,: prime yellow
clarllbd, 3 9-lCT3?;o: 'off yellow clarified,
21r.rn","jV, seconds, l-h.1j3ic.
AIOLASSFS Slow sale; centrifugal, good
prime, loll lie; good fair to prime, CT470;
good common to fair, 5c; Infeiior to com
New Orleins, La.. Sept. 2S. COTTON
I-inures sieuuy. nines, oianiv. uciooer.
q fulfill asc.
New York, Sent. 2S.-COTTON-Futures
steady. Sales. 1S7.500 liales; January, S.SIc;
February, 8.S9o; Alarcb, S.97o; April, 9.02c;
Alay, 9.07e; October, 8.61s; November, S.lOo;
Spot Quiet: middling uplands, 8.87'io:
middling gulf, 9.12'Jc. Sales, 71 bales. '
Itye. and Needt.
cnsli, SSVjjC, Flaxseed Cash. Mo on this
sine Timoiny seen r.usy, t.i..i"ia.m.
Toledo. O,, Sept. 2S. Clover seed-Steadyt
prlmo cash and October, 1I.42H-
Cincinnati. Sept. 2S.-WHISKY-Steady.
Sales at $1.22.
St. Irouls, Sept. 2S.-WHISKY--Steady,
Dit-tlllers' finished goods t Si. 22.
Peoria. Ill,, Sept. 28.-WHISKY Strong.
Finished goods on a batis of 11.22 for
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Receipts at Chicago, St. Lrouls, Omaha
and Kansas City the tiast week were: Cat.
tie, 157,100; hogs, ll2.500. and sheep. 131.500;
same time last year: Cattle, 170,100; hogs,
170.400. and sheep. 12l,2uO.
CATTLE -Movements Saturday:
Receipts ,.,.,, .,., .......LOO 108
Shipments ,,...... ,,.,.,.,..3.417 1S9
Drive-outs ..... 3.394 553.
Saturday closed one of the meanest weeks
In the cattle market hero for some time.
Everything was dull. The better class of
offt rings was about steady at Friday's de
cline, but medium und poor stuff wus uguln
iv little lower to sell. As usuul on the lat
liay of the week, sales of stockerg and
feeders were liffht and a good many were
carried over in speculators' hands unsold.
Milch cow. quiet, but steady, Common,
unchanged to id nigner ami msium posi
tions ', ffld higher; business about equally
distributed; September, 5s i...d: October. .;
i-.,i. v. ..ember .is lLd: December, os ril;
,IDC I'm; ..! 1 'nine. , o.'u ..'..'.-'u, I'ei'einiH'r.
,71iS.72o; January, S.70f 1 s.77o ; Fetiruary,
.MiS.S2c: Alarch. 8.SH1iS.I7c: Anrll. s.'ll
!),' Mnv. 8.9iiilS.97c! June. 9.01lfi9.03c: .Inly.
t.'hlcugo, 111.. Sept. 2S. Rye No, 2, cash,
39d; October, 39.e. Flaxseed No, 1, cash,
Iti'.sC; October. 9ic. Timothy seed Septem
ber. 13.61); October, 13.50.
nHTIC UPRJ SHFFP t(J
CttXSttlN UHllt-l-t iiwwui
ltnnip.slt)N r tOJII'ANY
Ksns.s t'-itr Stock lnr 1.1.
ttkn rePOfH fiirnlthed. A "t" " ..
4ai .'?' LHsffE"B?flw 0AT"
Live Stock roiiimisslon Jlcrclmiits.
Room 1'V!. 107 ng 1M ...
CKormsrly occupied by ) hit ft hid.
Kmisiis City Stock iinU.
CHARLES DIXON COMMISSION CO.,
LIVE STOCK 3B
Knutat City Murk Inrdt. let, M"
We buy feeders on erdert nnd ' "V
sonable ndvancts to fiPoble V-""'".1
Write us for information and niniaet re
AHMtHS, FttDERS, 6Hf-PtHS
CA'fTLK, HUGS and SHEBL' lo
Ben L. Weicii & Co.,
Stock Yards, Kanns City. AIo
Atarket reports furnl'h.d. vrlte u?
II3U13; medium to fair, $20-12.. mil KoA ta
No. Dock. Av. Prlce.i.No. Dock. Av. Price. V
DRESSED HEEF AND .EXPORT BTB1 AS i '1
... ,l.l . . . t Bi
.. 4 30
.. 902. ...
4 S77. ...
'.' -v I
STOCICEHS AND FEEDERS,
20 1133.... 3 50 I 57 4IS....
IS 1312.... 3 50 17 9i2....
2J 705.... 2 90 50 1201....
RANC5E CATTLE N ATI VE
f.S SS2.... 2 50 219 933..
29 S79.... 250 20 1021..
NEW A1EXICO STEERS,
97.. ..111".... 2 90 I 97 IOvO...
NEW AIEXICO HULLS.
24 975.... 1 50 I
65 '.$1.... 2 3.1 I 74 770..
33 5f .... S 50 I
RANGE CATTLE TEXAS DIVISION.
TEXAS AND INDIAN CALVES.
01 29.1.... 1100 I 7 433.... 2 73
TEXAS AMI INDIAN I'UVVH.
2 00 4...,
2 0) II...,
2 JO 3...,
2 35 5...
2 CO !.-,
1 7.1 I 1...,
2 00 2...,
1 R5 1...,
2 40 I 2...
23 S30.... 2 50 I 5 SIO.... 2 25
1 !70.... 2 00 1 SS0.... 2 00
13 7,".S.... 1 90 I
SO "3.... 2 25 I
IIOC.S -Movements Saturday:
A very good market was had again Sat
urday. The offerings were fair nnd quality
very good. Packers all wanted hogs and
Friday's advance was fully sustained and
the pens were cleared early. Extreme
range, J3.750I.2O; bulk of sales, $l.00if4.15.
No. Av.Wt. Pnce.iNo. Av.vvu .friee.
S7 13 01 I 123 100 121 $3 54
120 3 73 ( 40 40 12S 3 7.1
257 3 00 SO 400 192 3 7.1
,' iM ! 10 !, D ' . 1 '
,' l-'i 2 '2 -.lu 1. .. lit, lb
' W 4) 30-4 1 J'iVi ' - ! 11
' .-,!; 40 209 -1 15 S3 330 1"T, 4 "
n 40 114 1 IE I 76 49 2.11 1
. IV. .. :' 4 s. .'12 ; ,1
, 71 129 !'. 1 . ' .' I3 u f,
33 . 2"i : ' - Jit 4 l
' tin 120 Isi - ' 1 ' 1 . 23a ( 1 ,
1 ;0 160 '-' 1 . , 1 257 4 1
I r m : ' t -. - :kb 4 h
rn .. : . ) iv ISO .,
i 72 .. ' 4 vi li v,;,! ; 1
, rs- 40 -, . . , , ', 132 '
1 .: ... 0 , ! ' , i 2 ".i ,
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I i?...;. J;'!' -')!. . :
i Sill fp- M..V, r.ic . t :-,j"i ty:
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1 . 1. ii .
'rivet "i ,1 M ' ' ' ' tin en.
j ."'."i 1 lay T-. .'. .i- -o't tie 1 c
Mlvker I'll jii.l-iv 1 .1 .-v (1 t;(
i write- vvh . ;. ' u - f.ivi, s ,
I i r, .10. is u.15., . , ' l '; lui 1 "
; 'iti. . ill ai.,1 u i, ' ' " -1 ! e.
i ua , d.
RHPU:-:sc 'in.. -:ai..:s
j 71 . V Al' Tirm. ' '. ' 'li e. . I
, .. .,'. w '.i. ", : " I ''... '
VI Nt vr du ',".!' ' ' ' u i. ...
, '10 NeW Ml ., 1, ,1 111
, . ,1 New. Si ? a: ' ' '' 'I'-- .. . ',,'
" ' foil ;: -j:j
H.R3E3 7n '' ' '"'-' ''vuii. , ' '-
-!.'pui.nts .. . . ..
I l.r ve-cits ...lir;,
; ' a re was atP; ' 1 v
' .-i .. k Saturilayf '' ' ' die; ,,.
1 . .ty meil Uk)4 ' pr" 1 1
' tht W'elt 'i ', r " 1 1 . .
11 r of g' ,i . ' ' - Jid ; ,
es, 14 hen's k ,'
.es, 14'. 11 .1 . , . ......
. eS, IS a 'II I
. 15., a' . .
,es. 16 10 ''....'.
.e S-, ut' ..,,,. 1
e fa i"i' '
. him 1. 11. iKLi t. v.- 1
St. Louis, AIo., Sept. 2S. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 9"); hhtpments, 700. Supply light
and only u retail tradu done. A few steers
Bold a bhude stronger, and soiao cows vvero
a trllle off, but tho bulk of the bales vvero
at about steady pilces.
HOOS Receipts, WW; shipments, 1 S'
Atarket I'ulOo higher on lltfhl receipts.
ly.,lWili."Ji mixed, J3.7i-'il.l5; light,
SHEEP Receipts, 400; shipments, JfO.
Market tlrm on very light supply Vutlvo
muttons, $2.aifj3.50; lambs, ?3.25ii l,;,0; South,
Chloago, rkiit. 2S.-CA'm,EThe few re
ceived to-.lay were In fair demand ut tho
decline of yesterday, natives adapted to
the requlrtiments of dressed beef men un
shippers being 30'ulOo lower than a week
ago. Common to choice steers are now
selling at, J2.B0fi5.10. ivltli extra grades
soaroo and largely nominal at ti.Stnum.
Heavy cattle lire particular dull, iirui
good fat 1.350 to 1,550 pound steers ar- slow
,.lVJ'at,'-P' T,e i"1 T'"tu"!, "fe olfenl
lSTi-2ae, sellers, decUno this week, about 15
''f .",. KO0(1 .hamly weigh is of runb-era
a'i.lr?A,i10,;.," ,,eav a'"1 Inlerlor lots
IIOGS-Not moie than 13.0..) fresh and
sUlo hogs were ottered to-day, an 1 with
a fair local and shipping demand He i,'ns
vvero soon emptied nt u further im,rr.y..
merit of about 5c, sales being larg.lv t
$3.tuj4.10 for packers and about llVi-n'tl
for Bhlpper. Heavy hogs ohl at , 11 ex.
treme range, shippers, J.7.vii. mive.i
$3.S,-U4.30. und light at ,3.Wf,4.35, ilo-s a
now IWiiSo cheaper than a week u3, and
tlie best heavy tell at 11.73 lower than
a year ago ami 12.23 lower that! two yeara
SHEEP-Less than 3.000 hheep arrived to.
lay, and sales vvero made at tinciin I
prices, native sheep being p, .fcnV,",,-8,'
il.50Tt.-CO for inferior to $3.2Wi"r30 for fRl"
Western at J2.25ii3.23. an,ii.,..i0.r.G.? '.r.'?
t 7J ' m J.liOtf
ught kK. -uitr'n"."?:'' p -
Kalf to choice 'Viutlv-; ,'f? ftffvV.
choice Westerns. 2.25',i3(o. ,'.-f- ''r to
Blockers, J1.73&2.75; lamia! i3.totl!liT Wi
SHEEP Receliits. 410.
4iiia.iu, i.fii., oepi, 5. I'vccri..
celpts. 1.100. Aluik.'t'uctlve; st udyJm"
lng cattle; slow on blocker. 11, fJl ife'"'
Natlvo beef Bteers" U505U, d te,els
stiers, M.O,Xt,'4.23; Texas Mters.' t-, "'
covva und heifers, t2.tmfi3.fio: t-anneii i" ',',
2.2.1: Blockers und feeders, rji!? -!'. J,'C
J3.0iWi5.25; bulls, btugs. cte.:"1vili'1-,alV'',
;-vlitlftfT-'r'yirMMiTj . -i-fe-fe