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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 189a
VL f. VWHHIi, President.
The National Bank of Commerce.
Accounts solicited, mid depositors
M ItFTTlrt .11 w. fAHN. J 11.
1 uvi.ii 11 r. ward, s .1
j v,ii 1 unit. (iibsTKit a ss'iur.ii
tv a. vn.-nv v
1 t j '.1 i.iinrr 11
I. ' . .1
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Trust Co,,
l.S.Ht 1 1', till, '
Surplii. iiml I iidltlitcd Piullt", T:u.im,l.
, ARTHUR L SI II. I 1,1, prstMeiii
.. vlie Prslilrnn: A A MiMher. L L Martin,
IV. S. Tityior. J Mi L 'I ! liubin
Knot. II I oii. Spiretar. ',Vm s Tnvlor,
Jreaurer. Frank H Wlu-nx. Aiit Trr.n :
J.icuunT NottliFUlux Ast See... i; s. Mmhi-r,
lil AinU Sfctjr.. Truubla X Hralsy, Ucntr.il At
I cmiIi- 11 (iriictM 'I rnt limine...
,ct 11. I r,ilc, 'I rmisfer Agent iir Itcg.
l.trar fnp Corporation.
Ail n I lccutor, AilmtiilMriitor, Guard
lull, or 'IruMccuf Ittltc.
Cnllerl" Western Mortgage",
'Iilkr iliurgr. nr propcrtlc", nil,, line
nuts, pu)liig lams lie, lor l.uMcrii in
Kansas City Director" A l: Mil well, r. t,
Martin A. A Moslipr. Frank o.,prr. I-'. .V. Fax
on. J Mel) Trimble. Kohl .illh.im
Good business paper, strong makers and
Indorscrs, or good collateral. Such in run
tx-ar Investigation can bu used promptly
t current rates.
Parties having such paper to offer xdease
correspond with in Telephone IBS!.
I IIICAGOniul K ASs sl II V I O.M MISSION
t OMP N.
M II AHULL Pt f.a llclmuire Vr,,.t
Houston, Fible & Go.
(Successors to Wm. J Wollman & Co )
BONDS, STOCKS' ''-IVxu! u'
fillO Di-Iitiiiirn Mri'Pt.
I.iin:i. City, Mo.
W. Undersoil A
DC Delawnrc st Kansas City. Mo.
merclal Paper, Stocks and Bonds.
The banks reported a good business yes
terday. There was a ery fair demand
Jor money, both from the country and bv
homo borrowers, and the roiinter business
was good. Rates of discount llrm, at 7',S
Jicr cent. Currency shipments to the
country only fair. Hank clearings, 52.--td.U'S,
same day last year $1,950,319. an In
crease of $305,119, il gain of ID per cent.
Eastern exchange Mill in good demand
Houston, l-'tble AV Co., exchange brokers,
juote It ok follows: N-w York, par; Chica
go, par; St. Louts, par.
The gold reserve yesterday was $33,(111,512.
I. ncal Hank Murk niiotutloiia.
The following are the" bid and nsked
prices of slocks of Kansas City banks and
other locul securities, as furnished by 11
P Wright A: Co.. brokers. Armour build.
American JCatlonal bank.
Citizens' National bank..
Klrst National bank
Interstate National bank
Midland National bank...
Missouri National haul:..
Natiunal Hunk of Commerce... Ill)
inion national uank wi
Missouri Savings bank 115
Mechamr1'' bank Itf
Metropolitan National bank !W
Kansas ity Stock Yards 133!4
Metioiiolnan Street Hallway !;-
Ni biiKland Kate Deposit 12J
Kensas City Stock iiVrds ISS'A
Lulled States Trust Company.. lu.
K C Smeltiiii; .i;- Hetltilns Co..lC
Miiney at llonie anil Abroad. '
York, Oct. 111. Money on call.
at 2u. . per cent: last loan closed at
cei.i prime mercantile paper. WiltO
cei.i. bU-rhnj,' exchaiiKe firmer, with acmul
bus in ss in bankers' bills tit t l.S7'4ii4.67'j
tol 1. m.ui-t. and SUiJViH.W,. for sixty
...is posted rates, $l.S?6tl.!s7Va and fl.SiU
iw .. . .mmerelal bills, Jt.Mi.
i..iii.,ii, Oct. lu. Money, 4 per cent; the
i ii. .f -llscount In the open market for
th -it bills, Os per cent; rate of discount In
i.jKn m..rket for thr.e months bills, !l-isjj
' Iier , .-lit
Tli- wi.-kly HtatetneiiL of the Hank of
ImikIuii-I, Issued to-day, shows the foilow
uie - iLxiifes as coniiared with the previous
:u own i
'IVt.il rcsi-ivo decreased fK-0,0J; clrcula-
Mn ie. I'-ased 3.V,hoii; bullion decreased
ti -M.".il. other securities decreased ii!0".
kjii ...thei deiioslt increased CS,VH,Wn; ub
ii d-p-.-its decreased il,Kb,(JU); reserve de-.ri-.is-i
iiliil.un-i: soveriimetit securities in-
n-,i3i I tl.i'.'.iS,(Kl.
The proportion of the Hank of Knirhind's
lestrve to liabilities, which last week Was
o?.fi2 per lent, Is now fiti.'.i? per cent.
Pari.--, Oct. 10. The weekly statement of
the Hink of France, issued to-day, shows
the fuliowiiiK chaiiiies as compared with
iln pr. e. us account;
cli-culution decreased 1.125.t"J
UK It J
; treasury accounts current d---l
il.vm.iwj francs; tjald In hand ! -I
3.i.i75.t) francs; bllla discounted -1- -I
4i..'.y),(iO(J francs; silver on hand
-i d Ki.275.uOO frams.
ii i et. 10. The weekly statement of
tie- Inn mil Hank of (leriimny shows the
fol.owiu,: lianges as compared with tin-prui-ius
Cash jii band decreased 14,22i),'i"U mark-;
tr. a-iuri notes decn-ased ;WI.W mark-,
otlur si-unties ilecreased St .StSU.uUU maik-,
!.., .a i.rculatlon decreased 37lo,n'0
"s. w' Yoik. OCL . C!at-iK, J100.831.I5S;
b.il.ii. - vi,7VJli,5H5,
ltt net. 10 Ch-arln. J17,KKl,5t7; U.il-'
,i,e s. --' Tt.UOl.
H.il-iiuoie. . IDCleurlllSS, ?2,iAl,UMi;
I ,ii. - - SJal.til.
I'hil.i l. Ipbta, th-t. 10. Clearings, tll.lln.-
4 '1. t ilile.S, ,7.WI1.
c i. mi. hi. Oct. 10. Money , per win.
N t .,; Ii i xchaiiKi', ar, clearltMia. S2.22U,-
'ni-ag... Oct. 10. Clearings, $I5,1l(7,0ii.
M am rues are Arm ui 4'ij fr cent for
an loam- aim B per :-M for commercial
iiiiner New Vork i-xchintse, 2oc discount;;
f,ankers' London su-rlinu, I.TU and UM. '
S, w iirl.-..n. Oct. lu. Cluarlnyii to-day, t
S'iemplii-, Tetm.. Oct. 10.-ClearlllKS. .. '
f.;. Ii.il ui, es. t61,B; 1'Jastern exchn8 Sl-W
pieiiiiuui sclilllSi i
i.ui, ion, Oct, 10, Har silver, 31 5-lCd per j
Ort, 10. Bar silver, ttSc
Sinn- mid iiMM-riiineiit luii'i.
Yoik. tX-t. 10. Closliiif quawttaiM
N, w York Stock exchange
1 n.ii d
1 Oil- I
hiates s, iKii.eru....ii,n
States Is, coupon ...Hln
States tie U. eoiipQn..JSi '
ritatt new rvg, i m
,St.u. ft, coupon.
I i il
Stall s 5, reBltera.
1 ,)lr. States 2, reg
Al-lbaliia, , luaa A
Ai. ilama, ilaaa H ..
Mabaiiii, -lass C
IrtUisiaii.i. nt-w eoliiiola
Noiih C.iitdlna Us
North Carolina Is
s-'itli earn ilia nou-i uini
Teiin- -'i'i- 3s, new fcfttleiueutu.. 5J
Tciiui -si v 5s, new ettlement,Wfi
'!' nnesiee, old tin
Missouri s 160
V rsinia centuries ,, U2j
V York.. Oct. 10.sCloIne nuoluinn
on the New Vork block oxclianisn:
A I chison 4
Atli'-nn 2d A
Canada Southern 24
Central Pa-llle 1st
Denver At Hio (Jrandc 4
Denver fc Hio (jiaii-le 7s .
j II Ic M f.H
( U A: S A "a
He iston & Texas C- ntral 5s
Houkton & Texas C- ntral -
-I ti y t- I'll -m b
Missouri, Kus. ic Tex 1st 4
M ji I has Ai T X .14-,
N-w J r-ty Central gen ra s
Northwest S. F lebentur-t
Northern Paclllc lsU
ui.iic.i, imiiiii ui.., utTj
utu'st nut" only direct but leau tiro
S. A, Itl't.i:, C.lhl.r.
offered every facility consistent
v i vooitnr.ES,
W h WOODS. V A ItULU
Hi.indp Western IslK 7
l'.nd i (iniuls. 7i KT
1. & I M. Keneral r M"
Paul. '. v p. w. . HP,
I.. At S. V. (fenvrnl 6s Ily
sin, kn anil lltitid.
New Votk, Oct. Id. The stock mnlket to
day was munewlmt lean active than yester
day, anil the movement of pile, p was IrreR.
idnr. The professional denltrs weie re
spnnsllile for the bulk of transactions.
London sold some of the llitrinatluluil
Mocks, but not tmicli of it factor In the
deallllfts. Th npelilnu was moderately ac
tive, most stocks shnwltttf ailvniwes. Tin
early trudlliK was marked b streiiKtli, ntnl
this condition lasted until the end of the
llril hour. The advances scored exti tided
to 1', In Pnlon I'ni-llle. Iteconslderallou
of the WeKteni Pnlon annual rtporl an-IH-nred
to have a favorable elfect, as the
slock lose l per cent. The iiranucts were
helped by (ppnits from the West on efforts
to settle the railway war, while prouress
reported by the eonfei rees at the trunk
line nil-pimp In this city caused a hopeful
ntlmpnl towaid that irioiip. The Im
provement Mas not suslalneil, however, as
a rm titer ileiermlned oiisliitmht was mnde
l,y the bear contlimetil lit the last hour,
which resulted In a i;cnprnl slump lit prices
tn the lowest of the day. In the reuction
arj movement, the KtaliKers, Industrials
and Southwestern slmies were conspicuous.
The maiket closed weal; at Keneral net
Tli.-te was a slight Incrense In the volume
of bond iiadtiiK to-day, the sales uiotreKat
quotations ott the New
chunee were as follows:
York Stock e.t-
... 00' i
. . . nr,
. . . w
'.in. nlii Southern
Chesapeake .V Ohio
i'IiIciiko A.- Alton
flilejiRo, HmllnKton .t Qiitney
'hk-ago t K. Illinois pref'd...
C. c., o. & St. I
Colorado Fuel ,t Iron ,
Colorado Fuel - Iron prel'd...
Colorado Co.il ,t Iron..,
Cotton Oil CerUtli-ates
Delaware .- Hudson
Delaware. Lackawanna. A: W..
Denver A. Itlo lltande
D. Ar 11. (1. pref'd
Dlslllleis Ac C. I-'. Co
. . . !."
(Jreat Northern pref'd
Houston Texas Central ...
Kansas & Texas liref'd
Lake Kric ,i Western
H. 1-3. .V W. pref'd
Louisville A Nashville
Louisville Ar New Albany .
.Manhattan Consolidated ...
Memphis & Charleston ....
LMInnesot.i St. Louis
Mobile & Ohio
National Cordage pref'd
N'usiiviiie X.- Chiittanoosa.. ..
National Linseed Oil Co 231
Northern Pacinc ?
Northern Paclllc pref'd IS'...
Northwestern pref'd It"
New Jersey Central 112'i
North American Co f',a
Norfolk A; Western pn-fd 14't,
New York Central 101U
New Yoik X- New England ."il
I DilnHt, X. WimtMrn lMl.
mrcBon ,t Navigation ,..23
I Oregon improvement Co '',
I PaclHc Mail S. S. Co 30;
' Peoria. Decatur At 13vnnsvllle... 5',s
per Pullman Palace Car Co 172
Hlo (ipamle Western
Hlo Urn ink Western pref'd 41
St. Itiul pivfil
St. Paul As Omaha
SI. Paul A Omaha pref'd ....
Sugar Hednery Co
T.. A. A. & N. M
Tennessee Coal & Iron
Texas Paeiilc '.
Toledo, St. Louis & K. C
Toledo, St. L. & Tv, C. pret'd
P. P.. Denver Si Otilf
Pnited States Express
Wheeling Ai Lake Brie
W. Aj L. K. pref'd
Wabash. St. IajuIs Ai I'aciflc.
Wabash, SI. L. At P. pref'd...
Wells-Fargo Kxpress Co
Accouim op GRAIN DEALERS
Oil 0RDEU3 FOU
CMl at our ottioo or writ (or private Cipher Code
ar dbtppcra OrAtit Hooords.
McLAIN BROS. &. CO.
HIALTO BUILDING. CHICAGO
C. a FltRNCH. I'refldent.
WYAN NLl.SoN. Secretary and Treasurer.
l.slAlll.lslll l lk7li.
Orders ci edited for future delivery of
Gtaln and l'iolslonh
Itooms 20. 21 and 22, EJiclmnge bide.
Private wires to Chlcauo, New York and
I III'. OltAIN MAKIvl'.T.
In store Wheat, PIG.llS bushels; iom,
S.'ffJ bushils; oau, ,770 bushela, and rye,
WIUJAT-HecUpts past 21 hours ...., (ft)
gam timo last year 25,w
A very good tfernand wa had yesterday,
hoili for hard and soft. The surrouiidltiu
markets were stronger, and buyers here
ill eoiiaeiiuulJeo took hold without hes
Itaucy. Hut While there wan a tree inoye-
, tne actual fiupruveiiwnt in aiue
was HKHt. uy sample on iiticu nure at
Jia4ias City; No, 2, hard, 5 ciirs ut S8c,
sumiK. 10 cars at toe. i car
at M'ac. 4 ear choice at Di'.jc
3 hard. 3 can at E7c, 1 ar ut 57' jc
at : No. 3, atinnv, T i-ar at &lc, anil I
car wmie upr-Mir ui w; no- j, naru, i cur
ut 52c, 1 car in flu, 1 cur at 51c, a cars at
&ie, 1 ear t Klc, 1 car at 4Sc and 1 car at
.45c; rejeitet, 2 car at 37c. l ear at 5i)c, 1
.-ar itx at Mc, I car at DSc tmt 1 ear at
SMsc; 1 cur spriiig at J7c nn-1 1 car kpriug
at auo; No-. 2, red, 1 car at t34c; No. 3, led,
1 ear at ', 3 can at ftlo und 2 cans at
etc, No. 4, rei, l car at 63c and 1 car at
" COHN-Hceetpts pat 31 houis '.1.
S-ime time last eur tl ftw
Thuv u a. very fair iimvenieiit In ihU
grain yekteiday and value fairly uteady.
Hut the demand was lart'ely fiom hort
aiv.ii local dvalrrs. Older trade light. Ily
tawide on track here at Kanus Clly: No
2. mixed, UI tars at 25;e, 7 calk new ut 25c;
No. 3, mixed, J car new at 2l',ic; No. 2.
w-hite. 35'a-i2lic; No. 3. White, I car old
at 2SV-, and 2 ear at 25c.
O.V'flS Itrceiiit past 21 hours 27,UOO
Same time Uut year ll.o)
Yt-ktetiiay wa auoilier riuiet day In. ths
nurket. The oatmeal men made fair pin--hae
of No. 2 white, ami there was tome
llrtle demand from the local feed trade
lur mixed itie nnter mm, howeyer, are
iMng nothing. Ily suimde on truck hete
at Kan.-as (1t; No. s. mixed, WiHi I
. ar at l"1 ; No ',', mixed, 3 cars at ll'c.
N.j. mix. .1 1 .ar at Jlc, 1 car at 13',. :
t. er.idi , J car at li' . , No. 2. wh.te, t;
ur- at iK 2 ur- at Jb'j , 3 eirs at li3,t'(
Ni " wh.te. 17ijli''i . - cure ut 37V
HY1-3- llK-tlpts past 21 hour 2 400
S..m !a last year , Coj
The n.arket was .ry to Urn. yester-
oui;u tin deuuiii ' was fulr Ily
iirp" o- la k lur- at Kansas C'lt ; No.
. i- a- ' . ai a t '-ar at -Hk
FLOl il Ih maud falling olf, but prices
are held steady. Quoted us follows: Soft
' , extra fanr-y. JI iiiKil n, fntn-y. l.l"ii
I", ihol-e, l :vjl.45; hull tthmt. p.:
W iviti. siu k, initcni", JI i.Vi1 P.; iiraight.
lnn.il'n. imkero', Sl.roulW. low grades,
i :v. el,, rj,-, ji.i'Mn ri.
t'HNMLAIe-Sli-aiiv, lint low rale. We
qtlet.- ,lt .M'..'.2c per i- t . Will..
UN ''Hop. -yiilel but uticlilltigeil.
. I-LA.Si;i:d steady tit..! in fair demand.
ituote ih)II the lm.H of pure: Cash
and OctolH-r, MfH7e per bushel.
llltAN-Dull und weaker. Sacked. rir
file, and' tunic, IViiKs- p.-r cwt.
TIMOTHY SrlMD Dftnnnd' fair ntnl
prti-ps stpndj Cnsti nd October, JJ.riff
3 2fi per cwl,
ci.ovnit SKI3D-elHtiK fairly at old
prhw. ctteh and October, l.l"1iCW per
, IIAIlI.tJV Vry dull. Prices nomltiiiL
HeJeeletl. IMiltc; No. .1, )'.
CAsTolt HDANH-tn ralr dmatid ami
sternly. (Jtiottvl at Jl.lttil.so r bushel.
IIA 1lerilpl pftt 21 holll-s .,..ikMll
isfline time nt year RS0 tons
Market steady and demand fslr, both
for prnlrie and timothy. The iuotiitlons
1mIow nrr- ftirnlhed dully bv Mlntr llrw'.
Ol-nln nnd Jlnv (mmlsl.itT, 221 West
'Phlitl slieel, Knlis iltv, Mo.: New
prilHe. fnney, Jiloj per ton; choice, VMy't
fi.50; lowlnml. No. ). J.5ir..(yi; No. 2. S3 Mi
ijll.i'i; timothy, choice. $l.ritl,lo; No. I,
Sil!.uO; No. 2, rr.iniV; No. 3. flXWi.W;
clover, mixed, No. 1, 7.".1I7.0; No. 2, clo
ver mixed, C.50(ii7.fi.
Ve.terila.C t'hlragi, Market
A furnished by I-'reneh Hros.' Commission
CfuniMny, room. 2ij, 21, 22. Kxcluttige building:
ITT Opli. Hlgn. Low. Cloje iO".
''''' f'9;i t K'4 $ fis t M'4 J f,'i,
My .. .. fciii til's, ci ci ein
'ft 20 StiH 2SVJ 2514 29tJ
I''C 27s 27 27 27', 27N
o$ W W ' 25T' a
Oct IP', lTts 375. 17ft; 17;
ijcc ih M ml Ui Jit
, -MM' 20U 20U 20tj, "!, eoi',
t'ct S27'S S80 XiW S 27H S M4
.'an 9-15 8 43 37 0 10 UW
, Muy. .. C716 "0 C214 I) 03 U 75
Oct 5 724 5 75 .'.70 5 70 5 75
Jan 5 77'u D77!4 r. 75 5 75 CM
Mny .. .. Gtijii 6K's &W 5W 5 U3
Oct r, no 6 w'4 i m fiM era
Jan 4 SO ISO -tT!M I 77j 4 M'4
May ,, .... .... .... S 07'.
Chicago car lots yesterday Wheat. 220:
corn. 477; oats, Ml.
Kstlmnted receipts to-day Wheat, 250
cars: corn, iiM cars: oats, SCO cars.
WHEAT Cash No. 2 red, Glc; No. 3 ted,
Si&fiSc; No. 2 hard, Btk-j No. 3 hard, 57(3CSc.
COltN Cash No. 2 mixed, 2S?ic, nntt No.
2 white, 2!04c.
OATS-Cash-No. 2 mixed, ISc, and No. 2
Yesterday was a holiday In the St. Louis
The four Atlantic ports cleared for e..
liort yesterday 4I!.4"0 bushels of wheat, 13,
517 packages of Hour, lU.O") bushels of corn
und 59,160 bushels of oals.
The Chicago Dally Trade Bulletin reports
the world's stocks of wheat 17i5,ikyp"' bush
els, against 152.1" .o"0 bushels September 1
and 2u5,0".0oo bushels October 1. ISal. IJus
slan stocks al-e 20.t3,oJ against 10,C",nl
bushels a month ago and 12,lnM)0 bushels
a year ago.
A letter from Hope, Kns., says; The
broomcorn crop of this section has been
greatly overestimated. There was at least
one-third of the crop destroyed by dry
weather and frost. Prices seem low be
cause buyers think there Is a large crop,
when there Is not n good half crop. What
we lKtve Is of good quality.
The more conspicuous increases of avail
able stocks of wheat last week reiKUted bv
Bradstreet's and not Included in the olllciat
risible supply were: !'20,tii bushels in the
Northwestern Interior elevators, H35..VC
bushels at Fort William, Ontario, ."oo.O")
bushels In various storage points In Mam.
100a, io,i.i ousneiq in .Minnoajoiis private
elevators and 72,01 bushels at Louisville.
Corresponding decreases, with the oxcep.
tlon of 1R5,("0 bushels in Chicago prlvatu
elevators, do not call for special mention.
Yesterday's Cincinnati Price Current
say: There Is no essential relief fiom the
lniluenee of drouth in retarding wheat
seeding. The area Is more likely to be re
duced, though conditions still admit of
much further seeding. Disappointing out
look for prices Is restricting wheat plant
ing west of the Mississippi river. Drouth
1s the principal factor. l-3astward the crop
is generally retarded, but position Is not
discouraging. Not much enlargement In
wheat movement Is Indicated.
Car lot receipts of wheat;
K.C. Chi. St.L. Mills. Dlth Tot.
Yesterday ..!' 220
A week ago S3 lu
2 weeks ago Kt CO
A year ago. 43 7o
SIS 305 1513
(It 103 .'IS'! 12'3
a 721 301 1217
30 47S 335 850
K.C. Chi. St.L. Tot.
..35 177 .. 512
..2"! :! 7 Slil
..25 4t)0 57 .".SI
..18 127 33 -170
K.C. Chi. St.L, To'..
..27 SOI .. 301
..17 370 77 I'H
..18 SO 5S 430
..IS 17S 20 21
Car lot receipts of corn
A week ao
2 weeks ago
A year ago
Car lot receipts of
A week ago
2 weeks ago
A year ago
The government report Issued yesterday
makes the aeneral condition of corn W5.5
per cent, against Pti.4 for the month of
September. In most of the Southern states
the conditions have fallen since last re
port. The average condition In the large
and surplus corn growing states, are as
fallows: Tennessee, !.; Kentucky. IB; Ohio,
87; Michigan, Ml; Indiana. W: Illinois, W;
Wtpcorodir, h7; Minnesota, 01; Missouri,
111; Kansas, Hi; Nebraska, DO. The returns
of yield per m-re of wheat indicate a pro
duction of 12.5i bushels, being six-tenths
of a bustve-l less than last October's prellm
inurj estimate. The rate of yield of te
le, ted states is us follows: New York,
is 1 ; Pi nr.sylvanla. 15; Ohio, 12; Michigan,
12. Ind-ana, 0; Illinois. 11; Wisconsin. 15;
Mii,ne-ota. 1!: Iowa, 18.S: Missouri, 12; Kan
sas. 7,; Nebraska, 12; South Dakota, 10.3;
North Dakota. 10: Washington. 14: Oiegon.
20; Calilornlit. 10. The indicated quality for
Hie loiintry Is S5.7. The quality In some
ii f I he principal wheat states Is: For New
York, lii; Pennsylvania, !K); Kentucky, b";
tili.o. v-,; Michigan, 01; Indiana. Kl: Illinois,
"ii; WI-contu, tm; Minnesota, DO; Iowa, 95;
Mlssniiil, T: Kansas, CO; NruiMskn, SS;
South Dakota. S5; North Dakota., So; Wash
ington, !i2: Oregon, 02; California, 7. The
prellmlnuo estimate of the yield of oats
i 20.0 p.-r acre; of rye, 11.4; of barley, 20.1.
Condition of buckwheat Is returnisl at
si.s; of Irish potatoes, iT.l, nnd tobacco,
The Northwestern Miller says: The out
put of Hour last week at Minneapolis was
272.705 barrels, against 220,925 barrels a year
ago. The total at Milwaukee, St. Louis,
Superior. Jiuluth and Minneapolis was CS5,
750 barrels, against Col,lC5 barrels a year
ago, Fvery mill In Minneapolis Is running
full capacity anil tne production this ween
will probably approximate last week's. Do
mestic, as well as export trade, fell off
heavily, this being especially the case with
Hastern business. Western trade was Isss
affected. Price of patent are held on the
basis of $3.W In Ho.lon and $3.75 In New
York, a reduction of 10 cents. First clear
Is in fairly good demand, but doe not go
with any rush. At Milwaukee the weak
lieas In wheat checked business. St. Louis
millers still continue to enjoy a good, sub
Miautlal Hum- trade. A short crop ami
premium prices for wheat are checkmates
to Hour, but business Is of sullleient volume
to allow the mills to enjoy activity nnd a
fair compeiuMtlon. The foreign trade Is
us thoroughly dead as offeis In and 2 too
low can mako it
l-3't Driver, a Chicago trader, who Is In
Loudon now, writes as follows: "Oil my ar
rival here fiom Puils 1 found the feeling
very stiong on wheat, nut eveiy une si, k
of America. India is shipping very little:
Argentine nothing, itussla has not olfured
a cargo in two weeks. The 13iiKllsh coun
try markets arc up. on very meager oifer
lllKV. in fact, Kngllsh wheat Is a delicacy
this year. J talkid with a Oreek merchant,
th.i richest i man In thu city. He says the
Husslan uron this year Is not one. half of
last year. The markets here are llrm.
They want to go higher, but 'Americans
wont let us,' they say. All these things
were so strong I could not help tabling you.
Mtauwhllc the dtouth still continues. It is
six weeks since 1 crossed ihe ocean. There
is nut a green thing south of the channel
and not one drop of rain American corn
over hen- Is cheaper than iea. straw , or
ial,lc manure, and the demand Is the ca
pacity of irelght room. Don't sell anything
from now on. All sorts of business heie Is
steadily improving. Money is in vubt .sup
id. All Kuropean 'cats' and 'dogs' ar
booming but Investors are scared away
from goui American securities y the con
tinuel banging of the silver gong. Don't
forget our coin and wheat are loth going
to be wanted. Freights will b higher
and business good for a year. Look out lor
wheat Argentine has iUit, HussU quit
MILLS Commission Co,,
103 New York Life Bulldlnc.
Telephone 2188. KANSAS CITY. MO.
Dealers In (JBAJN and PROVISIONS for
future delivery, and NEW YOHK STOCKS
and BONDS. Orjrs by uui or telegraph
promptly exe uted.
Leased wires to Chicago and New York.
Refer to Bradstreet's and Dun's Mercan.
tile Agencies. New England itet. DtDOslt
v)uotul!on teldw nre for Job loin. On
rmall lots higher prl. es arc nked and ob
tains J, enough being asked to .over extra
lost of Mitlng for and lining them. The
parties in.ikllig small outl.- ordi rs want
the best goods and "elections. D-ab-rs pr...
fer to handle the goods In Job lots in
straight consignments as tecelved.
Ht'TTKH Creamery is hardly so llrm,
but nil other makes of good to choice ta
ble goods ttnnted nt full old prices. Poor
grades nre n dull as eer. (juoted: Hxtra
fancy sepnrntoi, 2of2o'4c; rulr, 175ilScS
dairy fancy, llrm, IPriJc; sloro packed,
fresh, I'illlcj olt grades, 7e,
KiK'S-Itecelpts. light and market llrm.
tirTTi:ltlN13 Cteamry erfldes, in Jo to
CO pound tubs, solid. iv r pound; dnirv
grade-, in 25 to U" pnind tlilw, solid, l.tWo
per ixmiid; rolls, prints, or brlks, 2 pounds,
in 1" luiltd tubs, 'sc higher than solids,
und 1 piuml, le higher than solids.
CIII71MK We titiote: Herkimer coilntv.
N, Y., cheildni-s, 1,V per liound; Crawfotd
iiiunty, Pn cheddnrs, 13c per K)titnl; She
lioygiiti, Wis., twlm, 12' ! Shcuoyjmti, Wis.,
Young Amerlcn, 12?c( .Missouri and Knit
sas, full c ream, Se.
PoL'I.TItY Mntket steady nnd receipts
fair. The demand l somewhat Improved.
Hens, Cc; springs. C'i..li7c: ronstets, l&c.
Turkeys, 7'fJSc; spring turkeys over S
pounds, S'jc; under s pounds, not wanted
in this market, lnick, 7ifi3e. Oecse not
wanted, anllcj springs, 7i. Pigeons, Jl.W
(lyMI3 l-'rogs, medium. 50fi75c: extra
lnrge, j (.25 ier doBcn. Plover, $1.25 p r
dozen. Teal ducks, Jl 75 per dozen; Mallard
ducks, J3.09 per dozen. Market moderately
well supplied Willi teal ducks, but mal
lard" are scarce.
COl'NTHY CUll HI) MIJATS-Sllpply
quite large. Hams, 12' jc; shoulders, C'.i1i7c:
sides, -VjiiOc; lard, 5, ic, 20 and 50 pound
POTATOKS Hocelpts libel nl nnd market
dull nnd weak. Home grown, by the
car, 1Mi2'V; In a snuill way fiom wagons
at 25c; Iowa, liS5e, and Minnesota, .loijIOc
SWI313T POTATOHS-Markct stilt dull.
Quoleil at 201125c per bushel.
CAL1FOUNIA FltriTS-Supply good.
Peaches, Vc1i!Jl per box; pears, J2Q2.25, ac
cording to quality and variety; Tokay
grapes, 7'cflJl.iK.i per box. Hlaek llnmburir
grapes, CHKi75c per ease; Muscat grapes, JHf
1 25 per case; Black Prince grapes, 75c per
case; Malaga grapes, SO "iijl. gulnces, J1.75
p. r liov.
tlHAJ'l3S Steady, and selling fairly well.
Pennsylvania, New York and Ohio Con
cords, llrm on fresh stock, 9 pound baskets,
fancy, 2iii22'sc. The poor stock Is accumu
lating again, which has a tendency to hold
prices down on fush stock: poor -dock
sells at from 10c to ISc. Wild grapes, lOfiloe
PF.APH13S I tilt few on stile, but what
coming in bringing old prices. Home
grown variety quoted at Sltt.VV per peck;
Michigan stock $2.( per bushel; 40c P'-r
1-5 bushel basket- Missouri stock, trays,
75c; third bushel box, 75c; C-basket crate,
APPLES Steady and in good demand.
Cooking apples sell from 15c to 25c per
bushel; choice eating apples sell from
30c to 4fe. Fancy, Jl.5Wil.75 per barrel;
choice, Jl.25fi1.fi0; common to good, Boil 75c
per barrel; home grown stock sells a little
higher In a small way
P13AHS Quiet, but unchanged. Klefer.
50c per peck, 90c per half bushel basket;
Pilches", ..Oe per peck, J.l.,0 per bairel.
CIlANHKriHIES-Steady and in fair de
mand. Quoted nt JT.tio'in.rjQ per barrel.
LEMONS Demand falling olf. Quoted at
J7.50Ti7.75 per box.
OHANCiES Firm: in verv trood demand.
Quoted: Mexican, J2.75ri3.Oi; Washing
ton nave1, S3.tOfjn.ro; California seedlings,
fancy. J2T5li3.il; choice.. J2.2.Vii2.50.
BANANAS Steady and in good de
mand. Shipping, Jl.nilil.25 per bunch, and
ri-. 50e',il.i) per bunch.
TOMATOES Offerlncs light. Pipe, $l.f5
7 l.l.i pur bushel, and gieen, MJK"c per
VKt i FT A HLT3S Cabbage, supply mod
erate; 15-!j!iV per doz; 4Ue per P) pounds.
Onions, new, 3 .Tj 4oVj per bushel. Cucumbers,
scarce, 2."c5Jl.uu per bushel; small. Jl.Oufi
1.25 per bushel. Squash, fancv, lnc ppr doz.
Beets. 25c per bushel, 15c per half bushel.
Carrots, 255i30c pfr bu. Michigan celery, SO
(ii.K- per doz bunches: home giown, 15c,
Horseradish, S5c per bushel. Pumpkins, 1iWr
GO". (Ireen pejipers, fancv, 10e per bushel.
common to inlr, 25-ii3iie per bushel
, . v, ,'- I'l'ei., iui, 1"ll.,ei. MHI.TL,
40e; ted tieppers, small, Jl.(Xil.25.
plant. 20fiSiie; string lieans, Jl.tnil.25;
kansas green beiins. I0c tier 1-3 bushel
red lieiuiers. hoi. 4011.V1..: Kw,-et 351?
4lc; ted peppers, small. Jl.OOfil .25. 13gK
tier i-:I lui"liel ltnv-
Hubbard siIUnAh, fancy, WiSfK; per dozen;
i-.iuisncs. tie per dozen; turnip", 2.1V 30c;
citron. 7"i per dozen; parsnips. 35c per
bushel; lettuce, Sjltlfle per bushel.
BltOO.M COltN Hurled green. 3ff.1',c per
pound; green, solf-worklng. RTti'ic; red
tipped, self-working, 23ir; common, self
working. I's-aic; crooked, half price;
FEATHERS Prime geese, 35e )ier pound;
dark and soiled. SOc; mixed and old, 15'ii30c;
1 per cent tare on small sacks and 3 per
cent on large
HONKY-I pound comb, white, 15c; fall,
3 pound comb, 1'iiille; 2 pound comb, Cali
fornia, white, lCiil"c; 2 pound comb, Cali
fornia, dark. 12'nl3c; extracted, in enns.Ci,
7c; extracted, in. barrels, 5fCe.
C5HOUND LINSEED CAKE-Quoted:
Oar lots, 17.00 per ton; 2,000 pounds, J1S.M:
1,000 pounds, 510, and less, 51.25 per 100
BEESWAX No. 1 amber, 24c per pound;
No. 2 amber, 20c.
NUTS Cocoanttts, per 100, quoted nt SI.50.
Pecans Missouri, per pound, 7c; Texas,
SJMOe. Peanuts Virginia, white, raw. per
per pound, luty; Tennessee, raw. anTilc;
roasted, 7c; Kansas, 3'4,c. Hickory nuts
Small, per bushel, COCiiSI 00; large, $1 25;
Hazelnuts 2-ii2'ac per pound. Chestnuts
Se per pound.
DHIED FHI'ITS Sun dried: Apples,
choice. 5c per pound; good, 3c, poor, lc.
Wool. Hide, und Pell".
YOOL The market Is quiet, but steady.
Quoted as follows: Missouri and similar
Fine. 7kc; line medium, I'JTlle; msdium,
Hf(jl3c; combing. 12011c; coarse. lOIfK'c.
Kansas, Nebraska and Indian Terrltors'
llne, 7,ifi(V; line medium. 7',f(10o; medium,
9fil2c; combings. lltjj,13e; coarse. SfilOc.
Colorado Fine. Ufl9e; lino medium, 7Stl0c;
medium, 9U12c; coarse nnd carpet, fjfllOc;
extra heavy and 'andy. 5Ti7c.
HIDES AND PF.LTS-Steady and selling
very well. Quotations arc ns follows:
Green and salted, fieo of brands, No. 1,
7!i-c pound; No. 2, C:,',c; green, Cc; green
salted, butt branded, No. 3, 7c; No. 2. C'S-e;
green salted, side branded, No. I. CVio; No.
2, Co; green salted kips, 15 to 25 pounds,
No. 1, 7c; No. 2. tie; greon salted calf, S to
15 pounds. No. 1, ic; No. 2, 74c; green salt
ed ludea. Nos. l and 2. and butt branded,
around, 7c; green uiicured, No. 1, Clj-o; dry
Hint hides, No I. loc; No. 2. iiic; dry salted
hides, No. 3, fee, No. 2. 7',?c. Sheep pelts,
green, 405iCOc; dry, 4'itffc per pound.
TALLOW We quote as follows: No. 1,
4V.V; No. 2, 3V-
St. iouis, Oi t. 30. WOOI, Slow sale, but
unchanged. Quoted as follows: Missouri,
Illinois, etc. combing and clothing, 15c;
coarse and braid, llljllisc; medium cloth
ing, lS'.-.-fillc; light line, lOiille; heavy line,
iWilic. Kansas and Nebraska Medium, 11
(13c; light line, 9f10o. Texas. Arkansas,
Indian Territoiy. etc. Fall and spring:
Medium, U'i 13c, coarpo and low, Mile, ;
light line, (i-iiSc; heavy line, Cii7e, Dakota,
Wyoming, Utah, etc. .Medium, lltilic;
coar.-e and low, loijllc; light line, Ofjtoc;
Hue medium, lOfjHc,
W..knes still parvndes tlio market for
must hog product, and sales light. A
fair Jobbing liustnie."!. is being done, but
there is no dtspokitlqn to stock up even at
the piesent low prices.
We quote car lota:
LARD CakJi. J5i;".; October, J5.C5.
HHEDN M EATS-Shoulder. 5.25 p, r
c t ; hams, 7.uo
D. S. .MEATS (Partly cured) Should, is,
ca.-h, $.,.50 per iul.;shirt nba, sides, cash.
$5.2,1, long clear sides, $5.20: shoit clear
8 P. MK VTS-llnms. $7.!7' y S.OO, and
L J, GILLESPIE 1 frmiKiF
-. w,v.bkwi ik v ,p R CHLLESPIB
As OO. ) J. FOlLLESl'lE
Commission Merchants. Kansus City
Liberal advance made to parties feed,
log stock. Buying feeding cattle on orders
a specialty. Correspondence uollcited.
Telephone No 1523.
MAItKIVIS ItV Tni.Ptllt.VI'H,
New; Yoik. Oct. lO.-FLOUH-Heceipts,
K.wjii barrels: exports, S,7oiJ barrels, ljulei,
but llrm on winters; alow lor springs; low
winter siurce. City mill patents, Jl sou
J.',-!-v '!""'r patents, $J.4of3.70; straights,
COIIN.MEAL-Steady. Yellow AVeslern,
951i&io per cwt
WHEAT Receipts. 15,300 bushela; ex
porls, 3,sl,50ii bushels. Spot Irregular. No.
2 red, C0VipjC7i,e options opened momenta
rily strong, advanced sharply on heavy lo.
cal clearances, turned dull and easy, but
advanced actively In the afternoon on ru
mors 01 big exports, only to break finally
upon realizing. Closed 'ill'.-c lower. Oi o.
ber closed Cl-it-, December, ui 3-lCfjti7Lc,
CORN-Receipts. 139.000 bushels, expotts,
157,000 bushels. Spot quiet aim ilrmj No. 2.
37Uc. Options oiieued weak under local
selling, advanced with wheat, but was llnal
ly weak In expectation of bearlbh repoi-is,
and closed ijnC lower October. 3ii'K3ii',i,
closed iWV llecember, 31V(t 35c, closed
OATS llecelnts. 77.400 bushels: exDorts.
31.200 buiihls. Spot baiely active and
stronger, on advance in Western freight
ratts nlid talk of n bullish crop toport;
losid W'l'j- higher. October. 2?.tslsHvc
1 lojfil 23Se, Deictnber, St'tflZoV-, closed
llAY-Pirm; shlppihg, C5iiJ70c; good to
choice, "ii!k- p.r cwt. . . . . .
PlttlVIHIONS Cut meats stenilj'i pickled
LAHD-I.oweri Westftn stenm closeii nt
Kl. October, JC.12' nomliiHl. Hellnul,
POHK-tiull and munsi.
lli'TTElt-ltecelpts, 3.7'S imcknges. I'lrin.
Wesietti dairy, loDHc; crenmery, ItijrtHc;
Etuis Hecelpls, !,2C3 pnekages. Firm,
St. Louis. Mo Oct. lO.-Thls Is the tmtlnl
fair week liolldnv, nntl the .Men-hnnts'
change belnif closed, no nlllelnl titioliltltitis
cab be given. The curb had n large ctowd,
however, nnd trading whs active. Deeem.
ber wheat ranged 02V- to CSHc, and .May
corn sold at 2,"cV, even with yesterday.
Chicnso, Oct. 10. FLOt'lt-lterelnts, 12,
ono batrpls, nnd shipments, id") lmrrp.
Market utt-Hdy. Winter patents, Js.(irit.Stl;
ftralffhts, J2.VnSi8.U5; spring pntento, $3.1ffe
.ui'; STiTiignn, -.tjtif;i.i.!; wikpis gnun-n,
Ht'TTEIt-Steady. Creamery, Pfl22e, and
i.uuM i-'irm. Fresh, li.'llc.
I.lveriiool, Oct. in. WIIEAT-spot, llrm;
flpmntiif poor. No. 2 led winter, is 14'1; 0.
2 n-d spring, flock exlinusted: No. 1 hard
Manitoba, & M; No. 1 LMIIfornlii, 5s 241;
ftltutes opened quiet, but sternly, with near
nnd distant positions ',d higher, closed
steady, with October id higher and other
months unchanged from Inst night's clo.
lug figures; business heaviest on middle
position. October. Bs in; November, Bs
l"il; December, 5 2'd: .January, 5s 2id;
l'ebruaty, 5s 3'id: March. 5s nnd.
COltN Spot, tlrm. American mixed, now,
3s I'jd. I'titures opened quiet, but steady
nnd unelinnged, closing steady, with Jan
uary 'id lower and oilier months un
changed from Inst night's ch)lmr prices;
btlslnes about equallv distributed. Octo
ber. 3s 4d: December, 3 I'm): .lanuary,
3s 3d; February. 3s 3d; March, 3s 3d.
P Lot" 11 Steady; deinntid moderate; St.
Louis fancy winter, (is 9il.
BACON Quiet and denuind moderate;
Cumberland cut, 2 to M pounds, 41s Cd;
short ribs, 2S pounds, 3Cs: long clear light,
3S to 45 pounds, 34; long clear heavy,
55 pound. 32s fid: short clear backs, light,
1S pounds. 33s Cd; short clear middles,
heavy. 55 pounds, 30s; clear bellle", 14 to 10
pounds. :vs Od.
SHOfLDEItS Squate, 32 to IS pounds,
HAMS Short cut, II to IC pounds, 41s.
BEEF Extra India mess, 75s; prime
mes", 5Ss 9.1.
POHK Prime mess, line Western, 57s 6J;
Western medium, 51s d.
LAKH Dull: prime Western, 29s Cd; re
llned, In pails, 32s.
New Orleans, Oct. 30,-PHOVISIONS
POHK 9'. c.
LAltD Helined tierce, 4?irJJI5c. ,
HONED MEATS Dry salt shoulders,
Grje; sides, V-.c.
HACON Sides, Cc.
HAMS Choice sugar cured, 9',i0"1c
BICE Steady; ordinary to good, 2ni3-.ic.
Fl.orit Quiet; extra fancy, 53.25S3.30;
patents. 53. (oil 3.50.
BHAN Slow sale; Ol'iftC'ic per cwt.
HAY Steady; prime timothy, 514.WJilG..fl;
choice. $17.5j1,i IS.5o.
COltN Steady: No. 2 sacked, white, 31
35c; mixed. 35f(3i',c; yellow, 39c.
OATS Quiet; No. 2 sacked. 2G5j20',ic.
C.ilTee mill Sier ir
N-w York. Oct. lO.-COFFEE-Optlons
opened quiet nt 10 points decline; ruled Ir
regular and very quiet. Sales consisted of
but 750 bags until Just before the cloe,
when local bidders advanced prices and In
creased salps to 10.250 bags; closed steady at
5 points decline to 10 points advance. De
cember. 13.20c: March, H.70Tfl4.S5c.
Spot coffee Itlo. tinner : No. 7, lCUIjlCViC.
Mild, steady; Cordova. lS',ffl9e.
Santos Dull; good average Santos, 11,700;
receipts. 23,00) bags; stock, 31C0U0 bags.
Hamburg Dull and unchanged; sales,
Bio Steady: No. 7 Bio, ll.2i: exchange,
10V1; receipts, S.O.KI bags; cleared for the
United States. 7.000 bags; cleared for Eu
rope, none; stock, 19l,0u0 bags.
Warehouse deliveries from New York yes
terday, S,5o0 bags; New lork stock to-dav.
229,931 bags; Pnited States stock. 321,757
bags; ntloat for the United States, 2C5.000
bags; total visible for the United States,
5S8.757 bags, against -IICSVI bags last ytar.
SUGAR Haw, llrm; fair refining, 3'ic;
standard A, 4 11-lCc: confectioners' A. 4
ll-ltic; cut loaf, 5 7-lCc; powderetl, 5 1-lCc;
granulated, 4 1-lCc. These Ilgures current
at 3-lc commission, instead of tebate here
Havre. Oct. 10. COFFEE Opened irreg
ular at '..-f advance; at noon, 'if decline:
at 3 p. m., Irregular and unchanged to '.if
lower; closed quiet, unchanged 10 ',if net
advance; sales, IS.imi bags.
New- Orleans, Oct. 10. COFFEE Quiet.
Hio. ordinary at 17-ne.
SFOAB Louisiana, tlrm: centrifugal, off
white, 4H4 11-lCc; prime yellow clarllled, 3-1,
(f(3 15-ICc: off yellow clarllled, 3"-,-i3'ic; sec
MOLAHSES Slow sale. Centrifugal, good
prime, lWillc; good fulr to prime, CIi7o;
good common lo fulr, 5c; Inferior to com
New Oneans. Oct. 10. COTTON Quiet;
middling, S15-ltle; low middling, 49-lBc;
Kooil ordinary. M.c. Net iccelpts, 30,779
bales: gross. Il.tMl bale.-i; Continent, 2,450
bales; coastwise. 2.H10 bales; sales, 4,000
bales: stock, lill.llt) bales.
New York, Oct. 10. COTTON Quiet;
middling. !l3-lCe. Net receipts, 4U0 bales;
gross, 7,119 bales; forwarded, 1.&3 bales;
sales. 7(i bales, all spinners'; stock, 15.S.0SO
bales. Total to-day: Net receipts, 35.221
naiesr oreat lirunin, ii.,2 naies; continent,
9,1 K! bales; stock, '1,217 bales.
The returns to the statistical division of
the department of agriculture at Washing
ton 'or the month of October make cotton
show a decline of 5,7 points from the Sep.
tember condition, which was 70.S, against
G5.1 for the piesent month.
Theie Is a general complaint from all the
counties, reporting extensive damage from
early rains, n-cent drouths nnd ravages by
boll worms and other Insects. In South
Carolina, Georgia and Mississippi there Is
not an exception; In the remaining states,
very few. Top crop almost everywhere
reported a failure, nnd the yield shortened
by premature opening.
lt.i nnd Seed..
Chicago. Oct. 10. Jtye No. 2 cash,
October, 40c. Flaxseed No. 1, -ash,
October, Hl'aC Timothy seed Cash
St. Louis. Oct. 10. Bye No. 2 cash,
Flaxseed Cash, 92',-1-c on this side.
othy sued steady nt 3MyS.Si.
Toledo, Oct. 3". Clover seed Active and
higher; prime, cash, $1.25; October, M.3U.
St. Loui.s, Oct. 10 WHISKY Quiet
tillers' llnlshed goods at 1 22
Peoria, HI., Oct. 10. WHISKY Steady,
Finished goods on a basis of $1.22 or
Cincinnati, O., Oct, 10 -WHISKY Steady
Lend mill lur.
New York, Oct. 10.-Lea I Firm, Brokers'
prlci, $3.15; exchange price. $3.37'ili3.40.
SI. Louts, Oct. in. A holiday.
CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP to
Lone 4r Star
For best results.
.V New Company,
v-upitai, iioutm. Teleplione Jius.
Kunsas City Stock Yards.
Market reports furnished Wrlta us
C, Dixon, II.
Pres. & Treas.
C. G. Dixon,
CHARLES DIXON COMMISSION CO.,
Kausa City Mock Yards, Tel, i:i.",5.
We buy feeders on orders and make rea.
sonable advances to responsible parties.
Write as tor luformutloa and muiket reports
'I'm; i.ivi; .vrociv m.viiklt.
Receipts at Chicago, St. Louis, Omaha
and Kansas t Ity yesterday were: Cattle,
29,200; hogs, 45,000, and sheep, 21.200; samo
day last year, cattle, 33,000; hogs, 37,2'M
and sheep 23,500. h '
New York, Oct, 30, European cables
quote American steers at 9illc, dressed
weight; refrigerator beef, !Lfj9kc, No ex
CATTLE Movements for the past 21
Becelpts , s,7'5 35S
Shipments ,5,0.15 i
Drive-outs C.HS 279
There was but little change In the market
ytsteiday and sales very good for Thurs
day Native diesscl beef and export
steers were scarce und what here brought
about steady prices, though there were
salesmen who thought the lower grades
wtre u little lowen The offerings of native
cows wen ordy moderate und they sold
very w-1! it Wedneslay s orb- s. Stofk'rs
un-t ft-ders llrm and the best in good de
mand. Range cattle were In good supply
and hardly so tlrm as natives, Cows
thought to be 'steady, but last part of the
1-artnrf.V'sKP-e'w,lJVVt, Mitch CQ.WK
nid tiriee cirnmon.
jr. iHi17."); nudliim lo fnlr, 52i.iijJ-!.', and
good to choice, J26.lit5S.t.
ltl-:l'iti;si- Nrinu! f. i.p.a
No. Dock. av. 1-ricc.iNo. Dock. a. i'lice.
DHKSSEP BEEF AND P.Xl'OHT STEERS
r-c 1.172.... 11 nr, 17 1205.... $110
41 3279.... 3 90 20 IK..... 4 4"
21 ISM.... I0 21 1324.... HO
6 !.... 3 W 31...... DI7.... IW
i !.... 1 75 31 S!l..., 1 in
.!S-... 3 ff) 5...... MS.... 2()
7 1t.... sm 7 lffll..., 2 "I
7 10W... -1)0 i mo.... 2 1
J M.... 2 3 3IKC..,. 2 25
7 9.... 2 25 S SO.... t)
S' '1J.... 2 2o 4 It.... 2 4
6 10.... 2 IS 29 m.... 2 Wl
9 '.'.... W 3B Ml..,. 2 es
1? l.... 2 S m.. 2S5
5 (ell.... 2 75 2 990.,., 2 50
1 IWH.... 3 25 ft Uflg.... 150
.J .... 175 1 3W?.... 1 !
Jl Wl.... 2 20 6 915.... 2()
C Sir,..,. 2 1.) B 1022,,., 2 of,
J Sg.... 2 10 II SW..., 2 13
7 m.... 2IJ 4 ,!.... 225
s IW.... 2 10 13 10i)..., I IT,
il-iS . 2 50 !' 781.... 2 50
Jl fcrt.... 2R5 mxi!KI.,.. 2C0
12 921.... 2 65 31 .SI.... 20
SBlnxd K4.... 2 t 2.....,I2i5.... 3 15
2 1225.... 2 20 5 1M.... 175
1 1411.... 2 Ml 3 1250.,.. 2 20
2 15t1.... 2 tl 1 1120.... 2 80
2 S2S.... 2 10 1 19.... 3(1)
12SL... 2 25 1 UI 3 !)
3.. ....1370.... I 50 3 I").... 3 75
101). ... 2 ST. 3 1016..,. 2 50
1 1(535.... 2 75 I 2 3125.... 2 00
9 922..., 2 50 9 S07..., 2 70
;? N13.,.. 2ji lBtUMl 7S1.... 2 IB
It C13.... 2(55 S 517.... 2 !
11 il'J.... 2 70 9 572.... 2 40
s a .... 11 33 I 3 q .... r. M
3 11 .... 7 01 I 3 .... coo
, STOCICEBS AND FEEIM2BS.
-' .V2.... 3 21) 10 1211.... -ft".
19 S2S.... 3 20 35 (SS..,. 3 35
1315.... 3 SO 37 925.... 3 25
e3 1201.... ssn 15 110.,.... 2 90
& .1117.... SCO 9,1 1070.... 3 15
21 1222.... 3 15 29 CIS,... 3 30
1 !.... 3 10 32 710.... 3 50
31 1013..., S 70 79 901.... ,'l .10
10 074.... 3 40 32 1021. ... 3 35
21 1095.... 3 3D 75. 9'.).... 3 30
23 727.... 2 CO 27 772.... 3 50
21 .1012.... 3 15 20 920.... 3 15
HANOE CATTLE-NATIVE DIVISION.
. TEXAS STEERS,
si SCI..,. 2 77i4 1 990.... 2 55
K.C.... 2 25 I
..919 2 95 I 29 923..
..1155.... 2 45 17s 1035..
3iw fds..3150.... 3 07''.l
30 1103.... 3 40 241 1155..
29 Ms.. 939.... 3 25
..1335.... 2 00 I
.1222.... 3 05 I ICfd".. 715..
.. SCO.... 2 55 I
..1025.... 3 05 I
,. 572.... 3 (1 I
,.10IC... 3 15 I
.. 7.,2 2 45 I 30 can. 752..
.. 7GS.... 2 I.". I
"AXCy?. RATTLE TEXAS DIVISION.
Ji-.ia and INDIAN STEERS.
79 30.10.... 2 95 I 25S 1012.... 2 SO
Jl'. Mi".... 2 75 50 yr... 41S.... 1ST.
3W...... Sim.... 2 90 I 79 103,;.... 2 5,0
1-1 SaS.... 2 1V. S2 1031.... 2 95
;- 1090.... 2 C5 311 1101..,. 2 SO
,;'? "!") ' !"; H07.... 2 75
IS 105S.... 3 05 I 20 1090.... 2 55
TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS.
.-"I CS0.... 2 35 23 M7.... 250
3-S ().... 2 05 175 705.... 2 "5
71; 703.... 2 20 SI Till 2 50
302 712.... 2 35 21 7SS.... 2 35
" 722.... 2 30 357 CUi.... 2 05
3 1 05.... 2 25 73 73S " "0
lli 737.... 235 30 729.... 2 25
TEXAS AND tvntiv lim.T
ll ,!. - - . ... ...-4J.
--- en.... is. 1 iu 11170.
"iiSAAS AND INDIAN CALVES.
' ?'.,-- 750 I 3S lSOiff. 575
303 Pilln. ,S ) I 21 319 (if. 7, 73
HOOS Movements for the past 24 hours:
.Receipts '. ,5,7s.;
Drive-outs .', '707
There was quite a drop in the receipts
yesterday, and a good demand. Packers
were all out in the yards and there was a
fair order inquiry. The early sales showed
an Improvement. Light weights nnd pigs
made a noticeable advance, and packing
hogs sold a little higher. But before the
dose the latter had lost their advance, but
lights held up throughout. Extreme range.
J3.70H4.10; bulk of salts, J3.S0Q3.95.
Is u. A v. W l. Pnce.ltso. Av.wt. i'lice.
CI .. 57 f 350 4S S $ 3" 75"
74 320 179 3 75 S2 40 373 3 S5
So 40 170 3 95 35 4i 231 3 50
71 120 227 3 75 71 .. 211 3 SO
5C .. 235 3 Ml 53 320 2()7 V, til
75 320 211 3 S2'j C5 . . 222 3 85
49 .. 211 3 S5 IS 100 211 3 S5
SC -10 197 3 S5 55 210 22C 3 S5
77 ., 392 3 85 82 120 22S 3 S7H
5.. .. 222 3 90 49 40 21.". 3 9)'"
75 320 219 3 f) f,S 120 220 3 80
nS .. 38-5 3 90 SO 120 39S 3 90
97 10 220 3 J2U S2 4" 397 3 95
57 2iH) 290 3 95 7G 200 2C0 3 95
73 200 L05 3 95 71 .. 271 3 95
320 .. 254 3 95 77 .. 279 4 0-1
20 .. :,'2ti 4 10 2S 20 12S 3 C5
50 40 1GI 3 73 15 .. 13S ,Hi
S-2 ,. 1(11 3 ,o 53 .. 39-) 2 75
SO 240 225 3 SO 92 3I'0 395 3 SO
SO SO 210 3 SO SO So 200 3 S5
si 200 22s ;; fa 79 200 250 5 s5
93 40 lS 3 S3 S.7 290 23i! 3 S5
01 so 270 :: ,s7'.i ss ., 21s .1 90
Ci SO 259 ,'!90 74 ., 211 3 90
ss so 2M :; tu 73 120 210 3 w
53 120 257 S SO CO . . 257 3 90
77 .. 210 3 92'. 50 SO 2C7 SMU
55 10 29S 3 95 77 SO 23S 3 95 "
CO . . 2dC 0 95 CO . , . 223 3 95
75 W 2CS 3 95 () ,. 29C 4 0J
57 . 257 4 Ki
SHEEP .Movements for the past 21
Drlve-outs , 2.570
The run yesterday was large, but a large
per cent of the arrivals went direct to
packers. Trade was light, the market be
ing both dull and weak, nnd a number
were carried over unsold. Values nre 155
25c lower than the first of the week and
indliferent even ut this reduction.
C3 Southwest sheep 72 $3 fO
52 Southwest sheep 101 2 70
41 South Missouri KM 2 CO
S.-.S Utah 110 2 Co
303 mull lambs 5fi 15
12 muttons 331 3 25
HORSES AND MULES Movement for
the past 21 hours:
.Mules are meeting with a little better
demand and all fat ami well broke are
bringing a little more money. Thero U
also a very good demand for all good,
smooth horses. A number of buyers are
here from the South, hut they all want
good stoik. Plugs both dull und lower.
The auction sales of horses by thu Stock
Yards horse and mule maiket Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, wcio: 5U ilitttt
norses at .ir.wiii .u.ini; iw drivers at m'J.uuip
72 W, and 1511 Southern mares and geldings
Mules, 11 hands
Mules-, H's hands
Mules, 15 hands ,
Mules, 15'i hands
Mules, Id to lC'i hands
Horses Street crs
,. 351i 5i)
.. 40f IS
.. C0f 75
.. ir.fi 35
.. mt 75
LIVE MIIIUK I IV l LI.LCItVI'il.
St. Louis, Oct. lO.-CATTLE-Becelpts,
3.1. ). shipments, none. Market active and
strung. Export st--ers, $5.2(i(5.50; shipping
glades, $l.loii.).10: dressed beef steers, $3.50
C'li.s.'.: bulk of sales, $3.C5'i4.40; steers under
1 on) pounds, S2.50ft3.50; bulk of sales, $2.75ff
3.25; Blockers und feeders, $2.ouif(3.75; cows
and heifers, $l.Wfi"3.50; bulk of sales. $2.MrH
2.85; Texas and Indian slcers, $2.50ii3.5o;
bulk of sales, $2.753.25; cows and heifers,
IlOtlS Itecelpts, l.oon; shipments, none.
Market heavy and .VulUo lower; t3.75iii.15;
packers'. $:i.70fll.05; light, higher, $3.9(K) 4.2-1.
SHEEl Receipts, 3.0ou; bhlpmeuts. none.
Maiket quiet. Native muttons, J2.0O5i3.4i);
lambs, $3.25tii.50j Kouthwesterns, $2.25'u3.25.
Omaha, Oct. lO.-PA'PrLE-ltecelpts,
LuoO. Market active; steaiy to stronger:
everything sold. Native beef steers, $3.75
4i5.2o; Western steers. $2.6012.3; Texas
sti-eis, $2,251)3.35: cows and heifers, $2C0fj
3.3ij; canners, $1.50ft2-5o; stockers and feed-el-s,
$2.S513.W. calves, $-J.Coi,5.2J; bulls, stags,
etc, $1 5U2 75.
IlOtlS H- ctipts, 2,7'Ji). Quality only fair,
iMurkt-l steady lo a. shade lower; all told.
H avy, JS.WiS.'Ja: mlsei, $.i.SOii3.S5; iuht,
$3.7C(ii3.90, pigs, $2.25fjX50; bulk of sales,
SHEEi'-H-'eipts. 2tXt Murket steady;
Chicago. Oct. 10.-CATTLE-Rece!pts,
33,000. Medium weight fat cattle again
sold the best and there were a good manv
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKETS,
i:.vi'i:CT.tTiON tiu a itirAitlsit crop
lll'.l'Oltl Bitot till I' UIILAT IIOUN.
Hie t'rreil fur Hirc-mbtr I
Lower '1 ban fdnedij
O.tt IVere I'lichiingeil
t'orii I."t 11 I rurtlnii.
Chlemti. Oct. 10. Wlipat Jiinde seoral
Intiored efforts nt hlffhor prices to-dny. hut
the expectation of a bearish (rovei-nmcnt
report dttmriiel buyers, and Decern
1wr closel Sc lower. May r-om lost ',-,
May oats closcl unehnsetl nnd provisions
llnlshed .t declines.
Wheat only moderately active, av
eraged about lire lower than It dosed yes
terday. There has been little of Import.
JVC In the way of news; cables wire n
lorted Somewhat higher, but In spite of
thflt the feeling- here wag weaker The
Xorthwet deliveries were again heiU,
Bird there w-ns liberal soiling rr future by
Northwestprn operators, ngnlnst tlir-s.i
heavy dellverled which Itttve to be t.iki-ti
caro of. There was also n rsk1 deal o
short selling by the Iwnl benr talent. Itos
encranz anil Pnndrldge Indnff prolnlnent m
this on nbout exery lulviincc the mark' t
made. The exiiei-lntlon of a benrih tn.
I'l-nment report was . prominent bull fac
tor. At one time the price was fully ,
below the close last night, but when the
I Hie nil exports from the seaboard In-utmi
known there Was a grailtml i-is-overy of
inc. but most of this was soon lost. Bus
iness wns narrow as a rule, but there wok
consklernble nervousmsv., all hough prim
clKinges were wlllilii c range. December
opened nt C0'c, fell lo B8'j,fH!n slit, up to
Oi-Vc, and at noon COo wus bid. A report
received during the last hour that thirty
boatloads of wheat lind been taken for ex
port started prices ut- and December wheat
went quickly to IWV iftiV split, but weak
died about ns rapidly to COo, where It
Corn was quiet nnd nearly featureless.
The wenk feeling in Wh0.1t, the liberal re
ceipts and the big estimates, with the ex-IK-ctatlon
of a bearish corn crop report thl-t
afternoon, made the feeling weak May
sold early from 29c to 2S",c and t noon was
2S7,c; October sold from 29'ic to 2SV-C. Trade
was slow dulng the closing hour. .May lln
lshltig at 2S"sc
Oats ruled dull, and while Inclined to
be easy with wheat and owing to big re
ceipts, made very little actual decline. May
kept t 20,,-u2u-Ic split and 20'fi20V,c spilt.
There was not much doing during the last
hour, Mny closing at 20' ,e.
Big hot,- ti-coipts, lower prices at the
.varus ind the wnkness in urnln were tvo
heavy a load for the provision market
again to-day and prices made a further de
clines, .lanuary pork lost 10c; January
lard, 5c, and January ribs 5c.
night. Hood to choice native continue
plentiful, and sales nt J5.00fi5.CO have com
prised a large share of the transactions
during the Inst few days. Fair numbers of
medium grades are selling at $1.2551 1.95 and
a few common steers are crossing the,
scales at $3.IOffl.W. There Is no abate
ment In the demand for stockers nnd feed
ers nnd sales are libera! at $2.C(j3.Sirt, with
an occasional sale at $1.00. Bulls, cows and
heifers were in the usual demand by butch
ers and canners al steady prices, bulls
selling mostly nt J1.75f3.25, while cows sold
at Jl.nofi3.05, principally at $1.75ii3.lO. Calves
changed ownership largely nt $,!.751i5.7.',
prime ones bringing $0.00. Texas cattlo
were steady at J2.S5fi3.30 for steers and
$2.40172.70 for good fat cows, nnd Indian
Texan steers, averaging 1,090 to 1.155
pounds, were salable at $3..,owi 01;
Western range cattle were In good request,
with sales largely at between 53.0O nnd $1.00.
HOOS To-day's arrivals were esti
mated at 32.000. and adding those left over
last night brought the supply up to 42.03U.
There wns the usual rather active demand
from Chicago packers and Eastern ship
pers took a fair number of fat light and
medium weight. Prices were stcudy for
thn !,.-..( ,lrove nnd weak to 5c lower tot-
others, packing lots selling largely at $3.S.i
ffii.OO. and shipping droves at JI.IOSI. 5.
The best heavy and light hogs brought
SI 25, and common droves sold at $3 C51D
5.09. Largo numbers of pigs sold at $1 u
" SHEEP Itecelpts. 13.0X). Native sheep
were salable nt $l.oos.il.50 for inferior, up
to SS.10ii3.CO for good, choice, heavy export
lots, feeders going at S2.50fi2.S5 Western
sheep sold on the basis of J2.40fj3 3.:, the
bulk fetching J2.75Ti3.to. Lambs were IB
good demand nt JS.QOfN.CO.
KANSAS CITV CINCINNATI.
Wabash and " .V- O. S. W.
A vestibule sleeping car leaves Kanssa
City Union depot every day at 6:20 p. m.,
via the Wabash railroad, running through
to Cincinnati, O., without change, via
B. & O. S. W. railroad from St. Louis,
arriving In Cincinnati at 11:30 next morn
ing, making the run in seventeen bourn
and ten minutes, the fastest time ever
made. On this same train are through
sleepers to Washington D. C. Baltimore
and Philadelphia, and passengers for
points east of Cincinnati can step from tln
Kansas City-Clnclnnatl sleeper into tho
through sleepers, any time after leaving
St. Louis. Passengers for Louisville and
points South leave tho sleeper at North
Vernon at 9 31 a. m.
For Kentucky nnd South this sleeper la
a great convenience.
The Wabash Is the only rond offering
this through car service. Sleeping car
berths seemed at Wabash ticket ofllce.
Ninth and Delaware streets, or write to
II. N. GARLAND,
Western Passenger Agent.
Kansas City, Mo.
5SI.,-il)-V)abn-li to St. I.imls K l.r.n.
The Wabash Railroad Company will sell
tickets to St. Louis one wuv at SI .-.0 .in,?
round trip for $7.50 up to and including
October 11th. This rate Is via the Wabash,
the acknowledged Fast Line to St. Louis
and the East. Ticket olllce northwest cor
ner Ninth and Delaware streets, and 1012
Union avenue. 31, N. (JABLAND
Western Passenger Agent.
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul rail,
way will sell to various points on Its sys
tem, on October Sth and 22d. round-trip
tickets at greatly reduced rates.
For full Information as to territory, lim
its and rates apply to
IKORGK II. FOOTE.
City P. and T. Agent. Coo Delaware St.
SPARKS FROMJHE WIRES,
Auckland, N. '... Oct. 30. Advlc, s te
celved here fiom Hawaii to-day show that
theiu have been sixty-live deaths in all
from cholera. In Hawaii up to Scpleiiihei j.,.
Washington, Oct: 30. Acting Secretin y
McAdoo denies positively the- stury that
United States warships ure to be etitiiely
withdrawn from Hawiiil. Sic buys no such
thing Is contemplated.
Washington, Oct. 30. Mr. Kurino. thu
jupuneso mlnlsler, In an Interview io-,,o,
denied that Japan burbot ed designs looking
to tho contrul of the Hawaiian Islands, 113
asset ted in recently published 1 epulis.
Cologne, Oct. 10. A spinning t'ncton at
Bocholt, forty-live, miles limn Minister.
Westphalia, has collapsed, and buried luny
workmen In the ruins. Of this number ten
werii killed outright and nine were serious
ly Injuied. The remaining workmen ,.-,-cuped
with slight Injuries,
New York. Oct. 10. Tho British i...k
i-ir.uiii-r, iicuuiii., niticu i,iiiei) nun iill-
eriioon frum Yokohama, Shanghai, Foo
Chow und other Chlm-se iuts, w.o. ,. .
tallied In quarantine because two chines.)
sailors had died of cholera whllu tht. vessil
was still in Ablatio waters.
Des -Moines, la., Oct. lo, The coroiui's
jury to-day it-turned 11 verdict ihut peter
llendtlcksen, who was lound hanging un
der a bridge Saturday 11101 nlug, was mui
dered, and then hung to conceal the crime
Lucy Bradley, coloied, who was commuted
fur perjury before the Jury, is believed to
be one of three guilty parlies.
authrle, O, T., Oct. lo.-(Speclul.) During
a race ut the statu fair to-day, Laura Cos
sack ciowded upon tho bank in the second
quarter, threw her driver, Charles Fib Ii.
and mn away, plunging ucioss the ring
und among the carriages, upturning sev,
eral and throwing their occupants out.
Mrs. William Blincoe was seilousiy In
jured. London, Oct. 30. Somo of the sapphires
and rubles which funned part of the jew
elry belonging to -Mrs. Laugtiy, which was
obtained by means of a toiged order from
tho Sloan street branch of the Union Bank
of London, August 21 last, have been dis
covered 111 the possession Qf a llrm of mer
chants III business In Hatton Harden this
city, to whom they had been sold. ThS
vulue of the stolen Jewels has been estl.
mated at from $100,000 to $3,lj!i. ""
Chicago. Oct. 10,-The paint, oil and var
nish manufacturers closed their busliuts
session to-dav. The next convention will
bo luld In Philadelphia In Uetobr ll&
The ottlceis for the coming year are 'pr,s
Idem. Howuid li.Frejuh. Philadelphia'
commission wus faored by the convent in"
Children Cry for
.nu tiresiitie.i. u il till,,,.. ,, t.ii
F, N. Sewell, Kansas City, seireti-rv 11'
Van Ness Parson, Chicago, tr usurer' i
Aggee, Boston, auditor. W T Su.toii, Ncw
Oi leans. A nat oral iioii.iuii-mc.... '.1",!i
Pitcher's Castori J
fto lurtuer, -f cUZI.g..
.ei.irvieii m-i v iwiwi uimu a '.i. uni
us roilowar j. vv. tiooa, ii0rJinBtQH,'tt.us.,
tne tueur olli-'tcs"soilV-,-ltArf-v.-l.l,
he&w .steer here that were litt ever ilil I