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TltK KANSAS i CITY JOURNAL, FlUDA TtiCKMBRK 0, 180.7.
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The National Bank of Commerce,
Sl.Ytll AND
CAPITAL
SURPLUS
DEPOSIT9 .....
At otittt j-ollcltctl, niiU depusimr.
with yitiiJ
t I3IFj,lBC!TOK.S)
f milsoi. wm. Hurrm jn An:
lil.l.f II- 1. It r. AK"l.l' 11 I V.
I' .E J.J. SWOJ'Kdim LIIK9T
Mia'ourl, Kansas & Texas Trust Co.,
human cm, MiHinrtti.
-i'i-.i ... rtl.'Lln.nnn.
, . Atari t'niHtlilMl I'riilllo, tS 000,
' ' l" V. ttTMAVT.t.L. President.
"K itIi: lt, J. Mi l Titrable; It
" id, W. 8. Tailor, 4:(i, Ja.-qu.
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Mr Beet fart: AA'm. 9. Taylor,
i rn ik II Wi. t, A-t. Trens.;
, V' lihr,lu. A-t HP! y : B , Jt,
' ( vt Sui'y.; Trimble A, Hraify,
' rt.eys.
ii n tlcnrrul 'I tint llnlnr.
'i . ratter, 'I Mutter Agent or lire
" r f rpnr.itlnn.
. t iccitt.ir. Administrator, tlimfil"
I ". or i, d'irii lit Latulca.
I ullect. Wralcrn M,rltngrt.
...- ah-rg. nt (tmprrtlri, i.illretlng
i. fuiir- j tat., ilc.i fur I astern in-
' r
- m n:y Directors: A TT FM!wll: R.
. A. M.i'Vr, Frank . '..-ip.-r. F.
.',.' Met). Tumble, R"bt tlltlham,
T .filttaftnlii.
l ess paper, strong makers flhd
- good . oll-it'-riil. Sic h n. can
' ntloti ran b. used promptly nt
i ' i' .
l Ing sti h I ip'r tn offer plrsso
Ith in. ". .. pt nno l.-.'i
ii. mill ISANA- lll I I)1IJI"
sltl.N CIHII'IM
'.mj.L 1't. Hi T !.iwirc s'r.-ot.
.ioton, Fible & Co.
. r. . to Wm. J Wuilm.in A Co.)
1 )f)5 STOCKS '"WM!1-"-
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KniK.it rity. Itik
(
. Person, "!'
i t., K'r.saa i 'ity Mo f'om
. ' r Sty h ur. 1 ilunils. Ki'al
FIN.IM'IAI.
! r. : ' tor money from Iho romilry
i f Iterct'i'tllily, nn-l most of thf
p er from thi- ciiiiiitry i lii'lnis
I i . bunks nrc ualiiiiis monpy
i ilia the Ion ii market Is firow-
i .'!;.-. . iIor, rates an' being heM
.' 7 "5 per cunt. Not inui'h rur-
. i'li; fo tlm roiititry. Hunk clcar-
'.it mhhb rtuy liwt year. 2,222.SH2,
( o JSW.lfS, ii fr.iln of 12 por cent
. . haniro In fulr ilemamt and
t' "IgOji
.. I'll!" & Co.. exrhnnsp brokers.
is ;.llow: Now York. (A- prom--i.,,itc.
JSic Oliscount; St. l.oilln, 2.1e
i 1 rv ;rvc yoatvrlny wna 79,."i27,305.
l.u-ftl Kmil. Murk olinl;ill,ni.
'Iuwi x ari tho bid and nsked
i of Kansart City bitnkf ami
.ii iurttlfs, as ftiriualicil by II.
..i. i & Co., brokers. Armour build-
Hid. Afked.
.. 70 71
.. !)7Vi 1110
..170 175
.. 7'J 50
..1M 101
.. or. hki
..im no
..b.O mi
..us
..brt 102
.. SO 95
..139 110
.. es ran
..123 130
..105 HT7
..107 105
..10". 107
Xnt onnl bank
'.'n' nnl bank
".lonu. bank
N onnl bank
:.'atti ' al bank....,
i Nuti nnl bank
! IIhi ' of Commerce...
'Ir.r. -i bank
-iv!"C8 bank
' '.t k
.inr .' itloiml bank,..,
i'i -'ick Yards
i"n inet Iliiilway..
i- mm. 'afe MepoBlt...
. -iiff. i'rut Company.
- . lib .t Iteflninu Co.
T. 1- lnt Co
ry vto bunk
I mey it Moinn anil Abroad.
', I ef. 0. Honey on call easy
,.i-r -nt; lot loan, 2 per not,
-.;' per cent, 1'rlmc ineri'anUlo
' . r emit. Sttrlinw nxoJiunRi
. i.- .1 bnsinesK In baukem' bills
Si 1 r demand, ftnd H.Xii(i4.SS
'... ; poaited rates, $l.lS,,ii'U l.bU
-I, i
J in- . Cllonuy, '4 per rent. The
'Is xii t In the open market fur
'.' per cent; the rato for three
' r cent.
1 tiUetn-nt Of the Hank of
t -vday, HhoWH the follow-
n pared with tho previous
Increase, MU,,ni:
i 7 " lilllll.ili, in-
l . . 1 v ' lit ItllH, d"ll'UH.
i , -n r inert. ISM.'"'.
.i i iJJ7.ini; nuti'j.
' ii. . r Vi rnment m--l
r 'it " k of Mniilni.'ilV
' . - i , ..t Wfli'ii ilV
i nt.
!! ' . -t.-itcmcitt of
. i lay, t lion
" ' 'iiipared with
i .ii .'i circulation,
" fr hi i -urv accounts
1 J. 'ii 'i.iin-.-i; sold in
L-i" ii in ; hills dl?-
i , v "'I ft .me-.; sliver
I I. i : francs,
'-J ' i clearings, J118.-
'i'f.'i i- . li-aringw, Wl!,e82,.
. I , nk i barings, J2,(H8,-
i1 "' ' . I'a per rent.
i.' 7'!i7ic premium.
H ii ! trlncs, (17,333.-
: ' ' i . i ' r 1 1 nt on call;
c r ii.ii I. i.il paper. New
h i i iniiiru. Sterling,
i n Ci i ami ami $1.19 for
vi, M.712 112: bal-
' , VI .1.
' 1 tr
I
' -' --. N- v
I !!, 'ii 'I
1 .Wi', liei
per ci)'. New
in bid.
i'H-. $f.25.r!)7; bal-
i. i x"hani?e, Mirht
li I. buu,K; ScltlOK
CLarinsh, 2,&H,W4.
Tk.-, 5, JJar . hir, 30 U-1M per
rk, l-Hin, B.-Bar ullver, C7c, and
ioiia', de,
l iln (I'.d lltlHTlUllmit Itllllllt.
' cirlt. lo. 5. CloultiB t(iiota.tlona
w 1 i!t 3Un.'l exuhanuc:
Yeirter- To-
riay. day.
. it 4", rikrhUersd ....llnu hhu
-talis i. OftUpoo .., 111 Hi
c o-twi att', coupon ,.l,m.. guT.
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tr . rwrUteretl UK lli'i
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w. a ntn.K, Ckthior
M-LAWAUI2 STIUilirs.
31,000,000.00.
.. 200,000.00.
4,000,000.00.
otfcrcil every facility consistent
f'nnkltiB.
J. it. Aits'rjt.n
WM Asur.w.
f II
H. J. i-iTgiii'iiit w it vnnnilf
v SN'lUEH. V. S. WOODS W. A. HULR
.Miilli. nnd IliitiiU.
New York. i-c, r. - flii. rulmion oprtiid
actin. sitij nf,ik, iih tracttonnl decline
tiieroII). ti'. In Hiiuar. Which Wait In
dnmnd In apil.lprttliiti of Hip dPclamllon
inter In the day of the regular qmtrtprly
dlwcnilit. I'. npli who werp Well Informed
t. the legal asp. ts of the pru-CJ'Pillliirl
Kalt the cuiiipiiiiy In thl atnte believe
iUc will be lnpffi"iu.il. Biibneiiuchtty, on
free uffcririBn from lnlde sourcen, the
ftoch. drupiieii a fraction ! low yeiupMnj'n
i ')liiK. The volume of buslhes f 11 It,
inoiiitli le than oh M'nlnmdny, made up
itenrly one-fourth of the total of the fff'
. nil market, The final prlcef hownl ullnht
it rtiatwe. The market left off dull and
Mewly, and at trenernl lose n h ffmilt
of the day' operation.
The railway bond market wan decidedly
euk In tone. Hilslhess only moderate, the
nates inunmiUnat JI,380.(Ci).
i'lfilntt quotations on the New York
Stock exchange;
Venter- To
day, aay.
Adams KstpreOT
American Kxprcia ....
'Atchison Haltroad ...
Alton Terre Haute
Italltmore it Ohio ...
t'HJIIIdlt Pacific
.1
its
,lb
. Ifii
Jl4
11'4
Hi
f.l
HI
,115
C2'4
100M,
4'"-
54
83
I
IS
12S
1W
13t4
4B'
IS.
23
1S7
3014
117
2S1
23
"I
14!1
30
MH
0
lrtr-74
15
101)
2114
21"
M
"uind. Southern
Central I'licillo inli
Cliejiapeake Ohio 171
Chl.'iittn Alton lolt
I'hliajw, l-iurllngton & f.'ulncy.. S2
r'lilcatco Uus IMvi
ChlcaKO A K. Illltiola prei'il .....1WV4
c. c" C. A Si. I.,... 41
('"iisolldatcd Hag .... , lit
Ci toradn 1'nel Iron Stfti
j i uloru'lo I''uel Iron prefd U
1 .11 iraio ion iron 4
'Hon oil Certificates , 1SVI
If lawnro iM Ilildson 12N
! lawarc, I..U kitwiiiinn.t V....Hr8
Piiner it- Itlo iliiiltde 22
li A- It. O. prefd 47H
instlllera .V. C. F. Co Ill's
"Krle 12'j
l:rle prefd 'J3
Tort Wayne 1B7
lieiii-ral ICIectrlo 3014
'.real Northern prefd 117
II.. .kin Valley lfi',5
Ilmistoii it Texas Central 2ft
Illinois Central , 9S
K uisas .v Texas prefd 2li'
Lake Krle .v Western 23',i
I.. K. A- W. prefd 71
Lake Shore lfio
I,'iid Truat , 30
laiiilsvllte ,S: Nashville e2',j
Louisville .t New Albany 0
.Mauhatlan Consolidated 101 U
.Metuphls . Charleston 15
MIchlRan Central ITO
I.MIntlesolli X St. Ixiuls 22
.Missouri I'aclllc 2!S
.Mobile .Vr Ohio , 2i'A
Nashville ,'i t'haltnnoogit 73
National Cordaue 7
fiH
National Cordage prefd ..
National Linseed Oil
New Jersey Central
New York Central
New York i New Untiland
North American. Co
Norfolk & Western prefd .
Northern Pacific
Northern I'acltlc prefd ....
Northwestern
Northwestern prefd
Ontario & Western
... 11
... 2214
...IWila
...100
... 65
... 5
... 30-11
... 4
... i:.U
...iri!3
...13
:::gH
... 1
it
avi
r.'.b
in
1
w
1ID
ir-'4
is
3
32,
IC7
103
io',4
17
40
73 v,
7IH
127
111
120
'21
lot-
A
33Vt
9
7
15
4H
s
42
7'i
T.I,
13
I! '4
100
OreKon x.- Navlnatlon
Oregon Improvement Co..
racltlu JMull B. ri. Co
32H
IVorla. Decatur .fc Ilvnnsvlllc
I'lttsburB
Pullnmti 3'alnce Car Co...
lieadliiir
Itlo t.rnndo Western
Kio C.rande Western prefd
Itock Island
St. Paul
St. Paul prefd
..1C7
..1G3
::i?
...12T5
... 42V.
...120
... 22
...losri,
... V,
... 32-H
... s
St. Paul ,v Omaha
St. Paul ,t Omaha prefd
Southern Pacific
SuKar KeMnery Co
T A. A, A N. M
Tennessee Coal ei Iron
Texas Pacific
Toledo, St. I,. & K. C
Toledo. St. I .t K. C. prefd
t'. P.. Denver & GulC
I'nion Paelllc ,
I'nlted Rtatts Express
Wabash, St. laiuis ; racttlc.
Wabash, St. U & r. prefd..
Wheeling Lake Krle
W. & t K. nrefd
I
13
in
.... S4
.... 42
.... 7'i
.... IS'b
.... 41'q
....ion
.... MT4
Wells-Knruo Kxpress Co
Western L'nlon
Fourth assessment paid.
l'irst asscshiiient paid.
! NVw stock.
r. D. KHRNCir. President.
WYAN NKL.SON, Secretary and Treasurer,
i.-i.t lit. lin:ii im;ii.
FRENCH BROS.
coivriviissioisr co.
Or.lt i-s exei'iii,.! ; r future delivery of
Oraln and ProM-l-.:.-ltiiunis
20. 21 and .'.' l-'-xclianffe bld,T.
I'm ite lr.s to Chii ago, Ntw York and
lit. 1.UII19.
Till! (alCAIN .ItAUKirt'.
In store Wheat, l.:tl7.Uil bushels; corn.
fl,3 liiishels; uats, 3M53 bushels, and rye,
A.ls'J Uiifliels.
WHKAT U'eelpts past 24 hours.... 31.209
Same time lat year 7,K)
There was more life to the market yester
day than for some time and values of all
the upier grades hUttier. Cables came in
better and futures in ChkiiKO were up,
wMoh envouraetit buyers of cash gTiitn
here. Klevator men and millers both buy
ins. Jty sample on truck here at Kansas
City No. 2 hard, 1 ear at toe. 4 cars at
Wrtjie and 4 cars choice at Mm; No. 2 sprlnir,
S care at &7Vic, 2 cars at 57c, 2 cars ut Site.
3 ears at .174c, I ear choice at .We, 10,0ft
bushels to arrive at ri7',-.e and 5,ou bushels
to arrive at .We, No. 3 hard, .1 cars at f2e,
1 car at Me. 4 cars at 63c, 4 ears at 61c and
10 cars choice at Mc; No. 3 sprintf. 8 cars
at 5fic and 3 cars at Me; No. 4 hard, 1
car at 4le, 5 cars at 4c, cars at 47c, 3
cars at 45c, 4 t-r at 48c; and I car choice
at 50c; rejected, 3liif40c, I ear at 3tlo; No. 3
red, tBiftsSu, 1 car choice at 69Ue; No. 3
red, 62'inKc, 2 ears iioor at 62o and 1 car poor
at 3c; No. 4 red, l car at (ioe and 1 cur
choice at 62c.
CORN Hecelpta past 21 hours 28,400
Same Mme lust year , la.ftK)
Thrti ww fair trading In this raln yes
terday and values sttady and 11 rm. Wlilte
nun iiiixeo uom iiioviiiB more rieeiy. jiy
Suine ttmti lust )ear 12,UuU
4 nior., quiex leeiintr jiervaiieu the mar
kit yesterday than for some day.
The arrivals were the best of
the week and buyers in consequence
wiuic, ijnc; no. 4 wnue, imiml,
UVK Hcceipw past 21 hours ,
Sumu tlmu lai year ..
But Mill on sal, but what htie sold at
steady prices. Ity sample on track here ut
"nsa Clty-Ko, 2, Sflsse, 1 cur ut 3Sc;
Taic,
t ' H Belting slowly, but prices tiu-
' i quote prices us tul-
"I:,,'.ha. P"r W pound suck,
, ll.73ftl.8i; extra fancy, l.tioa.70;
H.45&1.55; choice, fl.354l.l5j liaiil
ptr 100 pound sack, patents, JI.7W
1 . (lights, II.fi0ifil.S-); bakers'. 1.5&1 70;
.m. tt.mi.at rye. i.0fti.&. '
a,MHAISte&.jy but dull, uuoted at
per iwi bulk.
f eiKi(-Qulet but steady. Quoted
.. itc tier cwt., saeketl-
,T.ye.2'nd Mr ?'.. W pries.
ti- I, 4f(Tc par cwt.; bulk, ndOt: per
"i- TOR nBAXS-Slow sate but 1111.
Ml. Quote I nt ll.lC&'l.lg per bushel.
ci Y8H, SKKp-null. but steady. Cash
' Mcemltei. H.CUjO.O) per cwt.
1 ' OTIIV 8KKl-S.lllii slutvly at old
, . Cash and December, t2.So3.2& prr
AX3Ki:r In fair demand at un-
el prlies. Cash and liecember, Hit
ur bushel upon the basis of pure.
.Y Itecrlpts pa-t 21 hours 31u ions
e time last year 270 tuns
irket Steady uud fair ill inund. both f.,r
rie and timothy. We quote as follow.-,:
ffrabi Not
ake charters f.,r vimii fufuhels of whe.it
it km wade ut C'hUasoHbis wtvK, not-
Bami'ie uh inun uej,.' at ivansaa i-iiy no. i
mined. 7 curji at Tio, 3 ears at 2274(s and
12 cars a talc; No, 3 mixed, 22SJ22'4e; No,
white, 10 cui-s at 23c and 4 cars ut 22?tc;
No. 3 wblte, 2222!c. '
OATSIleceiDts nast 21 hours 1f! nfift
were tjittjHjnrii m aoui oncis ujui near prices.
My aampli. on truck here at Kaunas Cltv
No. 2 mixed. lTl!ic, ami No. 3 mixed, lif)
17c; No. 4 mixed, It'll 15c; No. 3 white, 2 -urn
at IWie and 2 ears choice at Pie: No .1
n. iaii'. (.w r ion, cnoice, isooi
lowland, No. 1, ft WUBM; No. 2, J3 'JA
tlratdhy. choice. .Vn iSfall.uO; No. 1. js.oo
0: No. 2, K.W7-V. No. 3. 14 Giit5 0u;
r. niixeu. mo. 1, ys cui.w; No. i, clover,
;J, 11.5005.00. ' '
ofl
WHhc.andimt the fact thnt navlgallon Is
practically clotwit.
The toeK of flour In the prim-lpnl Pities
decreased ovr lTO.tw barrels lnt month.
It Is said that yorfttt wheat wns bmiKht
ft Minneapolis tVedneHity to ko to St.
lOlllS.
Messajte from Mlntieapollf. stat .thttt
sales of flour in the pat two days have
fw-en th Urrt ever known.
The four .Atlantic ports rlenred for
tmrt yesterday ,!! bushels tif wheat, ,
m packupces of flour, !W,7 bushels of corn
and ll.il.l bushel' of onts.
I'orthe moniJis of Beptember, cvclober
and, Nnvember. htiltttli rrcplveij suujs.nm
bushels of Wherit and shipped 24.f.J1,OTO Wia
sold to milters 3,!!i',iW bushels besides.
MlhnennfillN mills lnt nepi.lt mnds 7M.ft1h
hsrrels of Hour, against nt.ono barrels a
star into. Muperior-bulnth mills made H4.
125 barrels, aimlnst lOfi.fliio barrels a year
A(ro. Mllwnukee mlll, s,etK barrels, ngnlnst
41,990 barrels a year aro.
A leniinu Slinneapolls mllllnit coneprti
wired. The flour demand Is Kood, the three
largest mills in Mlnluapoll have sold mom
flour the ilrst three .lay of this week than
they will be able lo make In sUt. The mllW
here rupect lo run thrum: h liecetnbef and
make a prolit. Thli Is unusual, as He
cctliber ! i oii'ldered a dull month.
It Is clainvd that Bah Francisco has In
the past two months shipped l,Oi,ono bush
els of wheat to Autrnlla, and that there Is
t,nn,n morp under cotitract to o there
from Pacific ports toon. It will not arrive
nt destination until arter harvest In that
emintrv. That country In most years ex
ports about J,no.i,ni bushels of whnat.
Yester lay's Cincinnati Price Current
says: Whatever clianae has oeeurred In
the stntus of the wheat crop Tins been lb
the direction of Improvement. Abundant
moisture and favorable temperatures have
Blven more assuring outlook, though the
nveraite growth Is still lower than Usual,
OlTer.hRs of wheat are restricted. Market,
in of corn is enlarging in some regions.
A Minneapolis itrnltt firm wired: "Our
receipts from formers to-day were only
20,000 bushels. The wheat trade will wnke
up some morning and firm the movement
to terminal markets light and the crop
three-nuarters sold. Including seed the
three Northwestern states have already de
livered im.ojo.ooo lnnhels und homo con
sumption Is to eomo out of tho balatiuo
for eight months."
Car lot ipcelnts of wheat:
,, , , K.C, Chi, St.U Mpls. Dlth. Tote
Yesterday . ..12 192 27 MS 47 1341
ll weeks ago 42 337 33 4i B7fi 147.1
A year ago. .12 47 13 51$ 317 S09
Cir lot receipts of corn:
,v . . K.C. rill. St.U Tot.
Jesterday .. 41 119 ra 35s
Two Weeks ago..,.. 4a 401 45 491
A year ago. 12 an 75 408
Car lot receipts of oats:
. , K.C, Chi. St.1- Tot.
Yesterday if, 3 gj 1,-,!)
Two weeks ago ........... 121 15 14S
A year ago 12 112 2B 180
Messrs. Irwin, flrcen Co., of Chicago,
In thedf weekly letter of December 3, say:
" heat was weake.hed by free selling for
December delivery, with n widening of
May premium, because of the demand fur
the latter by sellers for this month. That
Is now over and the great bulk of the
Wheat In store la placed Tor the winter,
and will not press upon the market during
the cold weather us it mere matter of
transfer. The situation otherwise is strong,
the only two features not favoring higher
prices being the recent large shipments of
wheat from ltussinn ports, anticipatory of
the close of ntivlanllon. and the bettor
prospect of our next year's crop since the
greater pa.-t of our wheat belt received a
good wetting down. The news ftom Ar
gentina Is more pronounced against the
prospect of n big export surplus from that
country. Here the reci Ipts at tho pri
mary innrkcls continue to deerense, while
the demand nt those points for wheat to
go to supply Interior millers shows a fur
ther Increase. These conditions are broniN
er and deeper than a week ago, when we
remarked them as emphasizing the belief
that the current supply Is shortening up
at a rate Indicating a growing scarcity as
compared with the demand. The natural
consequence Is a furl her widening of the
premium for cash wheat, (lood qualities
readily commanded Inst week 4 ceius more
than the price per bushel at which theru
was free selling for this month's delivery.
And the l'tict that cunslderuble quantities
of wheat "went round" Monday in satis
faction of December contracts does not
mean wheat is more easily obtainable by
shippers. Simply it changed hands as be
tween carriers for the sake of storage.
"We note that the totnl receipts of wheat
nt primary points In the 1'nlted Stntej
since tile beginning of the crop year, em
bracing live months, is nearly l.oon.OOO bush
els less than the quantity for the corre
sponding time of 1MM. and that the visible
supply Is only about three-quarters as
huge as twelve months, ago. Also, there
are report of sevural more Wheat cargoes
being taken for shipment from the l'aclilu
coast.
"In corn there Is little that Is new. The
cash department of the market shows a
good demand and the sales of No. 3 have
been so far in excess of the current supply
that several sales have been made at a
smart premium over the price of No. 2,
This Is unusual. Also reports from the
country tell of an extraordinary demand
by crlbbei's. Indicating that a much larger
pioportion of the crop Is belnir put into
cribs than In average jears. This phase of
the situation suggests it as probable that
more money may he made by purchasing
corn for May delivery in the city than In
buying It in the country to hold through
the winter. t would avoid all loss by lire
and vermin, while art extensive spoiling of
corn in cribs not only would cause no loss
to the speculative buyer, but yield him a
profit to the extent that t(oj price was af
fectid by a diminution of the available
supply. The price for the first month of
lake navigation already has experienced
the run torce or uepression que to tlie ract
01' a l.irgu crop and probably will be found
stubbornly resisting any attempt to force
it still lower. There Is room to look for a
vlgorouH export movement on this crop.
Not only Is the price so low as to be very
11 inactive lo ICUropean buyers, but recent
analyses made by the Washington bureau
of agriculture show u great advantage In
quality as compared with tho corn grown
In the Dnnublan region. Ours is much the
richest In protein and fat, and therefore
greatly preferable as tv food for live
stock.'
Yesterday's Chicago Mttrlset
As furnished by the French Jlrog, Commis
sion Company, room 22 board of trade
building:
I 1 1 1 TcTose.
Open.migh. Low.iCloso. Wed.
Wheat- H ' I i "1
ec It S6WJ B7 $ m 6C4$ 50
Jan B7',i 67T4 &7W 67 57
May fioh B1U COS 01 60
Corn 1 )
Deo, ., .. 25 20", 2Ri SBJ4 1
Jan 26 2fi'4 26 8o(J 2
May 22?, 2a'S a 29 23
Oats I
Dec. ,. ,.f li,( 17 16T, 17 IMi
Jan I 17' 17'i 171 17 1751
May .. ..( 20 1 20', 2tT ij SO
Pork I 1 )
Dec. ., ..17 SO I 7 SO 7 SO 7 80 7 70
Jan. .. ., ft tt7U X 75 S 65 S 65 8 ffi
May ,. .. pB! 1140 9 02k' 9 0S 03',J
Lard I
Pec. .... 5 20 5 20 6 20 5 20 5 17
Jan &: f, 47U r.:i.l 5 35 f. S7U
May ,, ,, 5ttQ 5 82 0 &TH 5 5754 &
S. K lbs
Dec, ,. .. 4S74 4S7t3 4 35 4 85 ISO
Jan. ,. ,. 4 8754 4 40 4 87 4 3754 1 37'i
May .. ..I 4 CO 4 tg'a 4 tJO 4 60 4 60
Chicago car lots yesterday: Wheat, 13$i
corn, 149; oats, 123.
Hi.tima.led receipts to-Uay; Wheat,
23ft cars; corn, 240 cars; Outs, 170 cars,
WIIKAT-Cash No. 3 red, 01c; No. 3 red,
59c; No. 2 hard, 57c; No. 3 hard, .
OOIIN-Cash No. 2 mixed, Stic; No. !
While. Stic,
DATS-Cash No. 5 mixed, nice, and No.
3 mixed white, HUsc
MILLS Commission Co.,
103 New Yolk Lire Building.
Telephone 21k6 KANSAS CITY, MO.
Dealers In U1UIN and PUOVIKIo-Ng for
future deliveiy. and NDW YORK STOCKS
and llo.NDS. (Jrderb by mall or ulcaruph
promptly executed.
leased wires to Chicago and New York.
Hutur to DrailKtnet'i- and Dun's Mercan
tile Ageneiek, New England Safe Deposit
and Trust Company.
Tin: I'ltoiii'ti: MAituiir.
Quotations below are for Job lots. On
fcmull lota higher prices are asked and ob
tained, enough being asktd lu covet extra
cost of taring for and tlllliiaf Hum. Tim
parties making binull outside orders want
the best goods uud Selection. Dealers pre
fer to bundle the goods in job lots, in
ttralglit consignments as received.
WJTTKR A II rm and fairly active mar
kit l hud for all good In choice table
Itootls. Receipts of nice stock light. Moat
arrival irOor lo medium in quality. (Quo
tations arc us follows: Creamery, extra
Mparutoi', 22c, llr-.lt, Hal'J.., dairy, fuicy,
til ill. 14'uloc. store puckid, frti.li. luilsc,
oil' grades, 8c, country roll, tuuey, IS&lic;
thobe luftilji. '
IttitiH-- -More oil sale and mark, t slow
ami tveuK. rrceni i, ana city cold stor
age, 17i .
lil'TTKRINi: Dairy arades. 12c: me.ll
urn glades, lie; oicamery. Ifcc; 1-lb. rolls
i.iiiks una in nils, ic over unovu jirtces
10 in .u-jo iiti.s auu i anu 4-10. rous
OVi 1 ahow tali 1 s.
CHHK.si: study. New York and Ohf)
1 hi cream i...c. t im-ohsiii juni y mii . rcaif..
lOUc; riiiuuri. Katijia and luwa l1
cream, "fide; llht skim, tfffic per lb.; Her
kimer full cram. 124c.
!it't.TtT-Thit ntafltPt is sli1y. but
sfllea are slow, qu.tte as fotlOTvs:
Hens, tic; springs, fttV'; broilers, 7c:
roosters, l.V; youn, Sor. Turkes. 6'.
ducks, .c. tjcese, young, fat, c; old, he.
Pfgeons, dull, we Aon; drr-Mpd stotk
coming In freely. , rtpns, tic; springs, ut
7V, lurtteys, Sc; iltwtts, tc; geese, fat, J
' i'tl-NTRY m'WKtt .mATft- upply llh
jifil and marlwt ttyll. latimtnllon are jw
follows: Hums, ltt4ct shoulders, ft'sTc;
tfldPt, sMiHi'i lard, 6, lo, 20 and 50 pound
tubs, 7',e.
TtrpA'Pora-!PaJy, but slow ssle. A
etjiKl rr.Htiy In. Quotations are ns
follows: Home gtwvn, supply . light, 26c
In n smnll ttayj uholcj, aimw per bushel
in car mi: laney, viivfc p. r nusnei .tun
htMjtn ftnd Inwa stock, fancy, aftgzsc In
tar lots. Nearly nil of itip common, small
nml infetlor stm-k WM cleaned up the past
Week and while th demand Is light a firm
feellnu' 1 xlsls.
mVKITT ItyPATOMB Demand Ught, tint
values steady, ijnoted at 3rru.1v licrmtshel
In a small way.
nA'Mlv-tIMlts in lsttr drmnnd immI
flrnur. oth-r gn.mt nulet. o notation arn
us follows: Ptopi, medium. WJ17R;
extra large, 11.25 per dosen. Teal
ducks. VI.W per dosen. Miiilnrd ducks,
K.if per dosen; mixed, Jl.iWrn.7.'.. Jack snipe.
1. 25 per dor.eti; quail, choice sound, tl.islf?
I.tsi per dosen. poor stork, lowet ; pralrb)
chickens. Jo.OirlJ-fi.en pr dosen. llabblts, flesh
stock. 6n. Iter dosen; held Hock. 45c jstr
dosen: Jack, .95 er iKKsen. flriulml.
SO cents per dosen. Pheasants, W.uAflO.iO
per dor.cn Partridges, jr.i.i-.,,. .vi. Mountain
grou.e. lliVMfO.Ol iter dozen, opossum,
large. UWiloti wr dosen. Wild . turkeys,
2c tier tKiutid, Bear rart-ass, iv pr-r i-outm,
AiPIiI.lt Supply gruHl but market steady.
Quotations on ttarrels are for round lots.
HlnKle ban els sell as hleh as $3.2.
Knmy, I2.2S12.R0 per twrr'l; choice, $1.751
2i; common to good, $l.rvilVi per barrel.
The supply In the hands of farmers Is
quite huge. The prices In a small way are
Irregular and tange from eUc to sou per
bushel.
CA't.mm'NIA 1BAR-llut few offerinir.
Quoted nt I2.jfije2.50 per box.
citiANHKIlHIT-a In fair demand, and
firm, wnotml at U.afatlg.SO per Irarrel.
I. llMo.N'S Market nulet but unchanged.
Mesiina. 3.it,if,3Xinifrt1.6o per box.
uRANtlKS Hut few on sale Prices Itotn
lhal. Mexican. J.l.(Vjfjr3."o p"r box, and Ju
niiilca, t;.7.V,i7.n" per barrel.
IiANANAS Steady and in fair tleraatid.
Shipping, iyiiis'4c
Nl TS-Steady and In fair request. Quot
ed as follow-.: Hazelnut, 2c per pound.
Cocoannts, R.Tofll.OO tier 10. I'eculis .Mis
souri, oe 'r iiound; Texas. Cc: pecans, k1
ished, 11iil2c. Peanuts Virginia, white,
raw, tier pound, I'Mf.'.c; Tennessee, raw, Ic;
roasted, iXiie; Kansas, SsiH'ic. Hickory
nuts, small, floclfijl.oo per bushel: large,
11.25. California walnuts. 12V 13c. l'Ubcrts;
9c. Taiupuiia nlmotids, 13c. Brazil, 74iSc.
Native wnlntits. 2MUtoo jier bushel
VKODTAHDP.S The supplv offered b
farmers Is very light, owing to the cold
Weather. Ctlblrftcp. home nrowtl scaree.
2o5i4uc per dosen. Wo quote: Iowa stock,
7jef'i51,00 per 100 pounds. New York drum
bead, 754iWi. per hundred pounds; Hol
land, fiOciuJt.W per hunili'd pounds,
onions, 231i3tKj per bushel: pickle stock,
small (White). JU) per bushel: Iowa stock,
fanry, 22(&2ac per bushel. Heels, fancy,
25'.i30c ixt bushel; ICe per half bushel. Car
rots, fancy. 2Sc per bushel. California. IfHtr
x.ic j.er dozen bunches. Ceh rv root, slow, 4'e
tier dozen. lIorseriidlsli.'jlr'nil.iHi per bushel.
Pumpkins, 4'TfieOc; winter pumpkins. 40c
per dozen. Hubbard squash. Gtvifl.( per
doz. Radishes, 5c per doz. Turnips, SPfrS&o
Citron, 50i'fi$l.oo jier dozen. Parsnips. 40flf
.-ik- per bushel. Lettuce, scarce; glasshouse,
11.00 per bushel. Rutabagas. 4oc per blish.
el. Texas string beans, fifli7tc per
one-wiiru uusiiei iiox; t-nasKet crate,
$1.25. Texns mdlshes, 25" pi r dozen.
tlHOOM CORN Short and common, ISiro
fii2&(' per ton: self-wurkine. fair to irood.
0l.WfllO.(.i; self-working, choice. $15,00; all
hurled. So.mv.i.vi (: dwarfed, $2'..ovii I5.TO.
rKATIIKRS Prime gees., ino per pound;
dark and soiled, 25fiS0c; m.M-il nnd old, I5W
20c: 1 per cent taix' on small sacks and 3
prr cent on large.
HONK Y 1 xiind comb, white, Kic; fall.
California, white. llKil"c, 2 pound comb,
Cnlifornladaik, 12il3c: extracted, In cans,
67c; extracted, In ban els, ,Vi!o.
UROCND LTNSI.JlSn CAKI-Quoted:
Car lots. JI7.(.i per Ion: 2.rt pounds, J1S.00:
1,t) pounds, Jlu.00, and less, $1.25 .,er IW
pounds.
rti:t-3.-5WAX No. 1, amber, 2lo per iiound;
No. 2. amber. 2oc.
DR1P.D I'tRl'ITS Sun drlixl: Apples,
choice. Be per pound; good. 3c; poor. Ic.
Fl'RS Sell 1 11c fairly. The quotations are
as follows: Raccoon, large. -Ie; medium,
30e: smnll. 2Th-. Skunk, black, 70&0c: short
sfrliM'd. SOrnic; narrow striped. 2.V)i'35c;
brc.Mil strlpid, lOifrlBe. Mink, large, 7.1c;
medium, tvie; small. 40c. opossum, large,
15c; nudluin. 10.-; small, ,v. iluskrat, faJU
6c; Winter, 10i-. Civets, prime, lOITtfrC Fox,
cniy. MK17.V; red, nKi90c. Wolf, mountain,
J1.0IVSJ2U0; prairie. 25-liaH-. Wildcat, 15i2fic.
Reaver. lnrge. S7.O0; medium. I.E0; small.
J1.0iV!?2.(i. ltariircr. la.j.VK'. otter, prime,
large, ffi.m7l7.vu; medium, JI.Oi4.50; small.
I2.0O7i2.5M. Rear, J15.ijo mid down, us to alzo
und quality.
Wool, Hides mid Pelts.
,,V"OOI Djijnand fair and values stenfly.
Missouri and similar Fine. 71ie; fine me
dium, 001 if.; medium. lHulSc; combing. 12
114c; (narse, lisn.'. . Kansas. Nebraska
and Indian Ten Hon -Fine, 7'fl!)c; line
medium. 7Hiir10c: nciium. 9irl2c; combing.
IWilSc: coarse. Sine. . Colorado Fine, flftflc;
fino medium, 7ft pic; m dium. Il5l2c: course
anil carpet, Sjtlyc, ex 11 a heavy und sundy,
bit 7c.
HIDES AND I'CI.TS-Selllng fairly nt
old prices. We qimi. . tlrven and salted,
free of brands, n 1. ft,,, pound. No. 2,
4ifC; green salted, iant brainled. No. 1, fie;
No 2, 4Uu; green salt-, I, side branded. No.
1, 4o; No. 2, 3c; gr. n salted kips, 15 to 25
pounds, No. 1, 5c, No .', 4Va-; green salted
calf, 5 to 15 pounds x. 1 cy.c, No. 2, ic;
green salted hide. No- t and 5. Imtt brnnd
id, around 5c; gnen uncured. No, 1, iHfi:
dry flint hides. No. Sc; No. 2. Cc: ifry
suited hides. No. 1, 7e; No. 2, Co. Sheep
I'!'8' Sreen, Ij'kji.-. dry. 34i5e per pound.
TALLOAV AVe qiiwi.. as follows: No. 1,
3'ie; No. 2, 2-i,c.
St. Iouls, M..., Dec. 5. AVoOLQulet,
but firm, Quot.! e- follows: Missouri,
Illinois, etc Combing and clothing, 15c;
course and braid, ll.il4M.fl: medium cloth
ing. 13W,rai4e; light line, fOdTllc; heavy ttne,
S'ifllte, Kansas and Nebraska Medium, 11
HlUe; light tine. :..,i.c, Texas, Arkansas,
Jn.lian Terrltmy, ct.-. lall and spring:
Medium, 12ilV; course nnd low, Miluc;
light flnp, t.-iitc; heavy fine, 0ft7c. Dakota,
AVyomtng, I'tah. .-ic Medium. 1Hi12c;
course and low. ncilio; Itjfht lino. IliilOc;
line niedlum. ley 12c
I'l'.ltlftlCIUH,
There was a little better movement In
hog product 5 'Sti i-lay and values fcteady
and ilrm. The .!, mand, however, was
largely of a Jobbing haracter, car lot buy
ers doing little
AV'e quote car lots;
LARD Cash, t" iv. November, J5.20.
ORKEN .MI-'VTS-ShouWers. 4.25 per
cwt.: hums, Si. 7i
. 1". MKATn-iianis, 17.50, nnd shoulders.
15 fXI.
D. S. MBATS ri'ntly cured) Shoulders,
cash, Sl.itf iier u . siirt ribs, sides, cash,
$4.35; long char -.11. , 1.35; tdiort clear
sides, 51 1.
A.J. GILLESPIE
A.J. filLLKHMK,
L. J. OII.LKSPIK.
T. 11. (lll.l,i;si.ic
So CO. I J. F. (HLI.FSPIK.
Commission M. n hunts, Kansas City
Sic k Yards.
Liberal ndvaue. made to parties fe ding
stock, tiuying t. . Ilrm- cattle on oidets a
specialty. Corre'i oi.dence eollclted. tTele-
nhonu No. 1.V2S,
.M,i;iii:is itv Tin.iKiit.vi'ii,
New Vork, Dec. r.-FLOl'R-,Recelpts, 34 -Sin)
barrels; exis.u-, n.tsW barreU. St. adt.
Shippers ure close to the market, but n. 1U
hold very Ilrm. which chucks business. Lo
cal trade quiet.
CORNMliAL-Dull. Yellow AVcst. rn, 71
Ui72c per en t.
WIIKAT Receipts. 249.S0O binheH; , -j.
purls, 23l,UO0 busluls. Spot Ilrm. option
opciiist Ilrm uud on better cable new- mil
rumors of u good export trade at Pa. nm
ports, further uUvuiuod on covering and
war talk, closed ai tivo and strong at ',.
l',.o net u4vu.nce, May, OTMlCs l-lc, i losed
fine; Deceuibtr, CSViitilk., closed Uic.
CORN Rci elpts, 159.10) biuheU; exports,
4,IJ0 bushels. Spot Uriniir; No. 2, 35he;
steumer mixed, 3vv. Options ruled Ilrm all
day on fair covciing uud symixithy with
wheat, closing ','i.Vi higher; May. a54
S5',sc, cloed 351,.-; Dwcutnber, :-4SI?ic,
closed 3l!sC
OATS Uteelpls, 71.ITO bushels; exports,
7u busluls. Spot stuudy; No. 2, 22,o. Op.
tl.rtis ois'iud quiet iifd steady, advanced
wlih corn, ai.d cIomhI i rm and &e hlghur;
May luse.l at 2a'.c, I
R'AA'-Sioult. Hlpplng, 707io, ami goo.1
10 cno.ee, sn'.isic 1 r cwi.
PltOA'lSH.NS-v'iu meai
liellies 1H HW.
meats eusyj pickled
LARD- Siniv. Western steam closed
ut fK..i; fVJ.-eiiio r. .
l'ORK-'iill. Sl.oit ci
faniili .. VI 1 it, in U
clear, $l0.764I2.io;
Rl'Vi'KR It" pis, 3.510 packages; Inar,
j;.-t irons; Wtsi. in nciimtry, 16fa2tjo; 1:1.
UJl'. -.
.ittittB-UetL'lpts, 1771 packages; market
jiteady; AVcU-ru, 21y23o.
St. liOM'.f., Dec. 5. FLOUR Receipts,
3,uuQ lrrels, and .-blpniciits, I.OiiO barrels.
Market strong an I higher, many tellers
a-sklng higher prl . s than quotations be
low The d s,i, tiade Is broadening.
orders In. rearing from the South, ast to
lh. Souihvt.si I. xport trade steady. Pat-
i-'AS?",''l.''''xu .fun'. WW2.10, fan
1 y. 2 70. J W rho, ?.' 5o,i2.C'J.
l UB-VT-Rswiti. U,0u0 bushels and
hlptn"nl, ir.,(-i.l bushel. Opened deylltttillr
stronger, the offerings being small and the
demand Eik!, nhlrh tned h iVtVnncp.
and tbp market closed 'nflle sbove yrlt
day. Nn. l red, cash, Mc; lcpmbef, Mc;
.May. Wic , .
coRN-Rpceipi. ii.nrw trpsfhpis, and snirt
tnents. 1,em bulM. Wss nlo nrmer,
closing with a gnod advance ovrr yester
day. No. 2 mixed, cash, 2ftc; December,
2ISc; Jahtlarj-. 4c; Msy, 2c.
OATS-Hperlrts, 21,1") nnshels. ld ship
ments, 4,"Ci btihels. Futur-s stfttMrPf,
with a IrPtter inquiry. Spot gratify strqtw
rr. No. 2 cash and Decemlvr, liHci May,
9Hr...
txr
tit tl tt 1 t . .MB.MJ-. t-..a alnaa
Sale,
nitnln ut ft Vt in M.. KAf-SAl
..r I-,,,,,,-,,, ,J -,-r, , ,r. ptv..
ltnAN-i?lllng on csst track nt.tfHe.
HAY choice timothy sesre nnn wnnlPd
at an advance, Prnlrle stesdr. but no such
active iiimand. Prairie, is.Sivrfio.rnj urno
thy, 118 SM a.m, this skle.
Rt'TTHR-flti fitly. .rrtor crenmerr.
On ahd dairy, JUrfiKc.
rKKISS-l'Irmer. I'rjli, V.
J'ORK-Slandard mess, Jobbing,
LAItDI'Mmc steam, 15 ti!
Ja.2714.
RAOt'N nnxr-d shoulders. IS.SS
choico,
longs,
fH.no: ribs. iv..izis; snorts. iss.
DRY PALT MF.ATHoxed hoillfcr,
4.62'.; longs, 11.60; fibs, JI.O'4; shorts,
11.76.
CTflcnspi), c. f..-1'IM'R-Rcceltits. S.flnf)
tmtTil(t, nnd shlpnifhts. 14.HH barrel. Mnr
ket stendy, but slow sale. Quoted as fol
lows; Winier patent, la.iowa.fwj strtilghts,
t2.K14rii.20; sprlnir patents, W.lf4ia.u0j
straights. J!.iVt.ro; bakers' grades, .l
S.gii.
BrTTBn-nrm. Creamery, 0a4c, nmtl
dairy. iifiiBc
n..Klt-1Uher. Irw, l,ia2c,
Liverpool, Dec. 6.-WHKAT-8pOt Steady!
Ipiniuid moderate. No. 2 red. winter, te
1 No. 2 red. spring, stocks exhausted!
No. 1 hard. Manitoba, Bs VH No. 1 Cali
fornia, .. Id. Futures opened firm, with
near and dlsKant positions Md hlaher;
closed firm, with near and distant positions
51 higher; busln.sj heaviest on mlddlo
positions, January. 8s Hdi February, fi
4d; March, 5s 4ftd; April. 5s 55d; itay,
5s 6.l.
CORN Spot sledy; American mixed,
new. 3 Sd. Futures opfhed ilrm nnd un
changed; closed steady, with near and dis
tant itosltlotis unchanged to l-id higher; bus
iness heaviest on middle positions. De
cember, 3s 8VI; January, 3s 2Vd; March,
Us 2ld! Anrll a 2. d : Mnv. 3s
IS .TO.
FLOfR-Steady; tlstitttlid inoderalc.
s t.
j,oiils fancy winter, 7s,
BACON Quiet: demand poor, Cum
berland cut. MS to 30 Jrounds, aOs; short ribs, 28
pounds, 3.19; long clear, light, 38 to 15
pound". 27s fid; long clear, heavy, 65 pounds,
27; short clear bHrks, light, IS pounds,
27s: short clear, heavy, &.. pounds, 2fis Cd;
clear bellies, 14 to 1 poutuls, 32s.
SHOULDliRSSquare, 12 to 18 pounds,
3s '
ItA'MS Kl.ort rut. II to 1(1 pounds, 41s.
RHUF ISxtrn India mess, 73s 9d; prime
mess. r.7s (jd.
POIIIC Ptltne mess, lino AVestcin, 5s W;
meilflim 4fis 3d.
LAUD Dull. Prime Western, 27s Cd; re.
lined. In palls. 29s ftl.
NVw Orleans, Dec. C-l'ROVJSlONS-SbHidy.
PORK-Sie.
LARD Rellncd tierces, 4Hri'Hc.
itoXHD MHATS Dry salt Rhouldcrs,
scritce, 6V4c; sides, 4H'Hlic.
HACON Sides, lKe.
HAMS Choice sugar cured, OtldJOiic,
RICJJ-Qulet; ordinary to good. 2'.e,ic.
FLOCR Slow- sale; extra fancy, 3.302
S.I'i; patents, J3.5fiftj:t.t.
CORNMl-lAJIr-Dtill: Jl.EG per barrel.
.RILVN Quiet; filiff.'iic.
HA A Demand fair; prltno timothy, $1.7.50
ffll9.no.
ColiN No. 2, sacked, mixed, 3HitT85c;
white. 3.V; yellow, .Tic.
OATS No. 2, sacked, 21V!rU2ac.
t.'otTee mill .siicm
New Orleans, Dec. r. -COFFKlV-SLendy;
RIo, ordinary to fair, nifiisuc.
HI 'OAR Open kettle, very" firm; Infer
ior to choice, 2Vili21,c: centrifugal, active
at the udvnnce; plantation granulated, 3
11-1C1t4'.4c; gr.iv to ch-oice white, 3idX
15-lCc: ofr to choice yellow clarlllcd, S4W
3 11-Ific; seconds. I'ufiS'iC
MlSS1'.isSdlliiK fairly: open' kettle,
infelor to fancy, 17'uIOc.; centrifugal, inferior
to fancy, 4'nll.
SYRUl'-liftSn.-.
New A'orlc, 3ec. K.-COFF1'3D-Optlons
opened steady, with September 10 tiolnts
higher and other months 3 points higher to
r. jsilnts lower, ruled quiet, with torelgn
buying offset by preat selling, nnd closed
Ilrm nt 1MI2.". points net advance. Sales,
17,5"0 bags, Inclinllng March nt 13.204fl3.43c;
December, i;t.l.Vtil3..Vic.
Snot cotfcl-ItU. dull; No. 7, ll',ic Jllld
dull; Cordova. lS!ilt.V-jc,
Santos Quiet; good nverago Santos,
ll.'.K.); receipts, ll.Ool bags; stock, 451,000
baas.
Hainbtirff-Steady, ipfg. decline; sales,
S,tW bags.
HavreOpened Irregular, unchanged to
ifc, decllnej at noon, b.tc. ndvunco; at 3 p.
in., steady, unchanged to life, decline.
Sales, 32,t) bags.
RIo Steady: No. 7 RIo. 13,!:1: exchanco
9 f.-llnl. Receipts, K.nro bags; cleared for
the United States, 2.K0 bags; cleared for
liiirope. 1,000 bags; stock, 239,110 bags.
AVai chouse deliveries from New York
yesterday 5,7.13 bags; New A'ork Ht.tek to
day, 23.1.279 b:ig.; I'nlted Sttacs stock, 333,
750 bags; nlloat for the United States, 390.
) bags; total visible for the United States,
52S,7.Vi bags, against 559,103 bags last year.
SI'OAR Raw quiet but firmer; fair ro
flning, 24f2s4c; ccntrllugal, iW test, SViW
35c. Rellned active und Ilrm.
Cotton.
New Orleans, Dec. 5. COTTON Futures
quiet and steady. Sales. GI.2U0 bales. De
cember, 7.ic bid; January, 7.SIW1 7.90c; Feb
ruary, 7.93117.91c; March. 7.97'u7.9Se: April.
S.iXVfia.Ole; May, S.u33ifc.Olc; June, 8,eC!&S.0Sc;
July, S.(itS.lU'.
New York, Dec. 5. COTTON Futures
closed steady at the decline. Sales, f09,0u)
bales. January, S.Ofic; Ibruary, S.lOc;
March, S.Iti,:; April, S.21c; May. s.23o; June,
d2c; July. s.SOc; August, S.31c; uotober,
7.91c ; December, S.03c.
It J nt and eedi,
St. Louis, Dec. 5. Rye No. 2. cash, 2314c.
Flaxseed Cash, K7Uc on this side. Timothy
Hcfiil Steady at S3,O0(iiU.5O.
ChlcHgo, Doc. 5. Rye No. 2. cash, SMic;
December, 80c. Flaxsce-I No. 1, cash,
DSMci December. OO'.ic Timothy seed
Cash, $3.00; March. J3.M.
ToUdOf- Dec. 6. Clover peed Dull, but
higher. -Primo cash and December, J 1.57.
M'hlskr.
St Louis, Dec. D. WHISKY Firm. Dis
tillers' finished goods at $1.22.
Peorfa, Dec. 5. AViriSKY-StCiirty. Fin
ished goods on the basis of $1.22 for high
wines.
Cincinnati, Dec. S. AVIHSKY Steady nt
1.22.
I.eml and inr,
New A'ork, D c 5. I.KAD Firm; bro
kir.s' price. $:i.';'j; e. h.uigc pri. e, $s.3i,
Speltel Dull; .lulll. s ti. , j.i :,i.iin.i;u.
St. Louis, Dee. .1. LKAD-Firm and In
demand; ?:in7i.,,3.in spelt. r-Sclb rs ask
ing fS.22'4 lute; 1 car nld nt $:!.2ii.
CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP lo
COXilON
Lone 4r Star
( OHMI-MON r C'O.IIPANY.
For best r suits f. New Company.
Capital. JI11OOO. Telrph ne UOs.
Kansas city Stock A'ards.
xtnrkei li,.nor's Furnished Write us.
r Dixon. It. r). Lincoln, c c, Dixon,
Pn s ,v Treat. A ice Pres, Secretary.
CHARLES DIXON COMMISSION CO,,
livestock::
lianam t'lly SI in-k Vurila, Ti
LESMEN
AND
ROKERS.
Kunaat t'lly Mtock Aunts, Tel, ia.0.
AVe buv feeders on orders anil mnk, rr.
sonublo udvanccs to responsible parties
... ...if ...u..i u, ui-iTin ,,iii iiiann re
sonublo udvanccs to responsible partle
AS'rito ua for information und market r
re.
ports.
Tin: i.im: .sriit'K .makki:t.
AVcstern movement the past 21 hours:
K. C. Chi. St.L. Omaha
Cattle 5,1ft) ll,rt ! 1,90.)
Hogs U.m -I'l.i.'l i.fiO 7,(")
Sheep .VJw) ILVtO l,M S00
Same day last year;
Cattle .,., .... 3,mi 12,o.H) S.HH) 2.300
Hogs , 9,5U) 51,0m) s,'.0 8,l
Sheep , 1,8W) 12,fifl l.ooi) l.Ci,,
New A'ork. Dec. 6. lluroiu-nn cables
quote American ktseri, at 'Jiilir-'v, drtscd
weight; refilgerntor beef ut 7Vrjc.
The numb.r of hogs iiuekeil lu the AVest
tho past week was. ola.Ux), ufaliut 45o,UuO
the same time lust year.
CATTLE Movements for the past 21
hour;
Cnt'l. Calves.
Receipts ..,.,, ,,,,,,,, ,,, .'"',:) lli'i
Shipments ,,.,. 5.'.ll no
Drive-outs J,72 51
There was it falling off in thi receipts
yesteiday at all the Western markets uud
trade caught Its breath, prlcis were no
batter than oti Wednesday, but there was
more disposition to take hold ut the rcc nt
declines. Kycrythlng i& still very low, T)u
receipts are excessive for this time of
year, and It Is u season when game, oys
ters and poultry ar.- largely substituted for
beef, hence 'he present demorallza'lon.
Blockers and feeders ure holding up buter
than butcher stun', but they, too, ure low
er than on tbp Ilrst days of tp) r-ik, but
dMiMrtfl fair. Milch ros stcndj (Jhd In
fair nvnuuxl. Common, lis'f; mMlum to
fair, mini, m itwM to choice, twtr.
JtSPmeSMNTAttVU 8ALRS.
NO.
AV.Wt. Prist. No. Av.wt. Price,
btliWRD BKtSF AN
in imj.
21 129,.
M 1217..
10 10M.,
13 uva.
21 13'!.
(Southwestern .
li.
.1090..
1 ..
I S!7,...
4 ItW....
J...... T....
M I0SV....
H......11iS2....
MUt
....... J?w.
0 1IS3.,,.
SB 1159...,
K....
946....
30 S43..,.
B MS....
B 10....
4j ("01....
3...... W0-...
0 7H8...,
......HDD....
low...
Ixed-
H.-v..., 778....
6 13M....
I tj....
1 1370...,
ir, iisw..
7 isso.,..
1 1280....
1. 13W.,.,
Holsteln
1 1000....
10 507....
t rn--
a...... sSs.,,.
IX 512.. .,
24. 825....
1 17m....
jr.
in
2 85
2 60
2 lore..,.
1 1107...,
1 .15 10....
4 11M)....
i,:"::i57o;.'.';
1 '0
uru'brs.
2 .IS 19..,
..10RS....
3 10
250
280
2 Tit
2 50
tsr,
7K0
0 3,1
.18.'.
SIS
21
2 70
3 M
3 1254
2 63
2 SO
7 617...,
8...... 50ft....
J ft!?....
? .L J
717....
(IXE.V.
2SS I 7 ,lM7i
CALVES.
17 1H0.
4 t .
soo 1 n nt
2 .Ji .... 7 00. 18...... .,...
STOCKKRS AND FKBOKHS.
2S 981...
80...
..1001.
29, 1137..
33 KI4..
21 lOSfi..
20 1285..
24 DOS..
is..
.. KB..
31 Bei...
12 800,.,
29 "'50...
81 I'M...
30 8S3...
80 987.
rtANOF, CATTLM.
TUNAS AND INDIAN STBBRS.
CO.
19.
SI.
S14.... 2 45 I I5K W2.,
1077..
2 75 I 25 89S.... 2 10
316 I 80 son.... 2 50
ND INDIAN COWS.
run...
T13XAS AN
78 771.... 2 1") I 32
732,
1 IT)
75 77.1..., 2 13 I 11
21 615.... 2 00 I 2.-.
TEXAS AND INDIAN
14 9S?.'... 1 65 ! 7
759..
10
SOL... 235
HULLS.
wis.... 2 5a
TUNAS AND INDIAN UKtKl'iKS,
10 607.... 2 35 I 22 619.... 3 03
TLWAS AND INDIAN CALVLS.
SI f ..'.. 7 25 I
TUNAS AND INDIAN OXF.N.
J BXPOrtT sri'jBRd.
3 Sfl f 13.r0,.,. JJI W
S.W 20 1301.... J 40
8 3 10 1122.... Jig
3 25 20 1293.... 3 50
8 50 10 1222.... JW
lil 27 ion..., 123
110
1 ,1Mi MA t M
1 00 8.....I WO.... 1 J?
sob 1 m.. ij
2 40 r.,,.,.ilj0..,. 2
in.' S."...'tol.!'.' 2
2 70 20...... (81.... its
21 2...... 835.... 3 73
2 0J 10 !.,.. ll'l
2 09 ......'?,... 2 00
110 !$" tl
210 8......1W'.... 2 20
i2 11 .m.... si?.
21 10 fOS.... 2(0
2 60 ? 1m... 8 0S
2 75 ...:., m.. 2SJ
t 10 UW.... 2 00
2 40 J
BHLL8
l8f
1 12tS0.... 2 40 I 1 1200.... 2 40
I'ed-
17 1534.... 3 20 I
COLORADO STEERS.
Feeders
43 30!7.... 3fO I 82 975.... 2 Ki
49 ML... 3 10 327 1170.... 3 IT,
11 S1L... 225 I 51 S3D.... 3 10
COLORADO COWS.
15 Col.... 190 I 00 PfS.... 2 0)
AVRSTRItN STKI3RS.
1229.... 3 25 I
HOCS Movements for the past 21' hours:
Receipts 11,12.".
Shipments 1.182
Drlvo-out 1S,0.'2
The supply of hogs coming In keeps up
well nnd ouallty very good. The market
was hardly so active as on AVednesday.
though there was very fair trading and
the fresh receipts were worked oft by the
close. Packers generally paid about 5c
lower for their liogs, but best lights ruled
about steady. Extreme range, $.1.20113.15:
bulk of sales, $3.353.40. Mexico also paid
n little lower for their heavy weights.
RF.PRESHNTATIVK SALKS.
No. Sh. Av.Wt. Price No. Mil. Av.Wt. Price
K 7. Ki $ 3 25 IfO 7. 131 $ 3 no"
42 -10 150 8S2V4 47 .. 123 SUA
7S .. 210 3 r CS 40 3SS 2 3..
09 40 219 3 33 fil .. 1st 3 85
131 .. 211 .1 ; 57 .. 2::.; !l S3
211 410 213 3 35 19 f.11 '.".il 5IH5
.S9 .. 2:10 3 37'ri TC HO 231 3 371"
71 40 1!V3 3 37'4 93 SO 231 3 37,.
93 120 210 I! 37Vi 93 .V) 222 .1 37-
210 SO 2M 3 87i 107 40 31.:! 3 Sl's
fil .. 2S4 3 37fe 75 Ml 270 3 37',..
71 .. 2CJ 3 87't- !1 (.0 2IS 3 37',i
(21 SO 230 3 40 ISO ISO 2.S1 3 10
57 SO 272 3 40 t .. 237 3 40
C9 40 2irr 3 4') S2 . . 2iS 3 40
Id "00 22S 3 40 392 Fa 223 3 40
G3 ..225 3 40 70 SO 292 3 40
91 40 193 3 40 70 .. 1S3 3 40
129 40 250 3 40 71 .. 271 3 42'i
351 .. 32S 3 45 CO M) 3:17 8 45
03 K) 31.'! 3 45 CI .. Ill 3 23
3.S .. ltd 3 30 53 .. 171 3 83
fit 120 22 , 2 33 72 200 217 3 ST.
.V. 40 272 3 33 03 .. 221 3 35
77 .. 2i 3 33 fil il) 23S 3 33
ta 320 230 3 33 70 40 212 8 37.i
42 10 2111 3 S7'i 72 120 2IS 3 S714
70 200 2K0 3 37'Z 71 .. ISt 3 87'.
55 .. 2IS 3 1I7'J 73 320 3?) 3 37 '.4
SO 80 2fil 3 37'. Dl 10 24(1 3 .'S7'5
Cli . . 2113 3 37'5 Kl SO 22i) 3 37-j
47 320 292 3 87'i 09 SO 280 3 10
Cl SO 802 8 40 70 . . 277 3 10
CO .. 273 3 41) 9 ICO 825 3 40
91 SO 213 8 40 9t - SO 227 3 40
K4 .. 230 3 40 77 .. 202 3 40
71 SO SiC 3 40 Cl 120 221 3 40
fin ..231 3 40 113 .. 322 3 15
'M .. 3S& 8 43 CT .. Sua a ..j
SHi:i:P Movements for the past 21
hours:
Receipts 2,187
Shipments 123
Drlve-outs 1.SC0
There was a want of llfo to tho market
yesterday. The quality Of tho offering?
was not so good ns on the previous days of
the week and buyers were disposed to bo
independent, Rut while hales dragged,
there was a fair movement nnd prices were
not quolably changed, though tho low
grades were weak.
RKl'RKS L'NTATIA'K S, LI :S.
No. Av.AVt. J'rlrc.
SO lambs ., Cl $115
111 lambs CO 2 0)
fi7 stock lambs S3 2 50
832 stock Iambi 33 2 50
320 stock lambs 83 S51
CO shnep nnd yearlings. Ss 75
101 Mixed Merinos lot 2 73
302 Merino wethers S3 2 70
31 fed California 110 3 50
9o Arkansas culls , S3 2 83
43 New Mexican Blockers 09 2 00
IIORSUS AND MULES Movements
the. past 21 hours:
Receipts
Shi;. mints ,
Drlve-outs
There was less llfo In the market
for
..ins
,..2'J
..lit)
for
this class of stock yesterday, though ther
wai .fair trading ut low prices both lit
horses and mules. The South continues tho
main buyer, the Hast taking hold sparing
ly. The auction sales of horses Tuesday,
Wednesday nnd Thursday worn 31 draft
at 55im 50; drivers, 121 head, at $37. 5000,
and 239 Southern mares and geldings nt
$17,501,35. Thei-'! wetu sold yesterday, pri
vately, 28 mubs, lPk bauds; 20 mules, HV-j
hands, at $17.50; 23 mules,, ll!4 bands, nt
$l'.'5i); 21 mules, 1651 hands, nt $C5; 12 extra
mules, l5fa bands, at ?5, und 1 extra mules.
j.j nanus, lit JV.
Ave quot. ;
Mules, 11 hands ,
Mubs, ll'.. hands
Mules, 35 hands
Mules, 352 bauds
Mules, in to PJ'.-j hands.,,,
Horn s Southern
Horses Streeters., (
Dnwrs ,,
DruU , ,
,$23ffl 35
, 3'f' 43
3.Vir co
. MM? 75
. S1V11110
. lM,' 30
,. Sit'.i Ci
. S5il23
... 45i75
i.ivr. hi'Dtii itv Ti:i,i;iit.Pii,
St. latuls, Dec. 5. CATTLR Recelptsi,
5.00; shipments, 1 SOO. Market steady, Na
tle i'Mott ste.r, $1,50(11.75; fair to choico
fchlpplug, $3.i'iii 1.10; rourst heavy steers,
$.(..". i3.73; ilrfkiai-d beef grades, 53.&JX&I.O);
bulk of Miles, $3 3of,i3 75; st tx." is under l,i)
tound, J2 5itil3.25; bulk of sales, $2.CVfi3,W;
stiH'kvrs and f.eilere, $...S0i3.25: bulk of
fciib-b. $J.u!i3.u); tows 1111.I heifers, Jl.tyMji
3.25; bulk of tales, $2.uQtTi2 7&; cunning cows,
$l.2St'.2.Ju; calves, $.)(ii7.0o; liulU, mostly
i!.nui2.50; Tcxa steers, grubs, f2.354i3.3i:
fed, $3.2fASr-,; iows, $1 7T.12.&A. '
0(',S R. ceipt.s, Moo; blilpmenis. 7ri.
JIurket nb.nit Mi ady. Heavy, $3.35J3.if;:
mixed, t'1.31... 1.5.1; l.uht. $$.4'.3.fA MUMU'
Slll.i:t' It'Ctipt , LSo; thipmeiiis, none.
,ttO
5?rvzS?D
Boilers all Sizes.
von i.oav i'itiL'i:s apply,
JOHNSTON-LEWIS SUPPLY GO,
1328 Union Avenue,
SfifAmmWMIWfWKMt
WAR RUMORS HELPED WHEAT
ItMIMK lll'.M.WI) AMI A Itl'.Ti'l'.ltAiT.ST.
OI'MIA.I.V lt IN pitu;t:.
Many Parti.rt Cnitrlbiiled to the Mrrnglli
of Hie .Murket-torn Slrnnger, In Sym
IMthj AVIIIi Whe-.il-tlnlt mid
l'rtnfiloiit I Iriu.
CMemro, tec. . 'hpt has shown timi"
activity to-day and teldedly more strengti.
and btfote noon tMr price had ad van. I
n&out tjjro from th rtasis last night. Tie n
wtsrr il many things which contribut- I
to the betterment of prices. Tr Ktiglish
cables were stronner, n.l there wss .1 i-. u
lnt that the Uastern nuestlon was rapdly
nppronrhing a cHsls. nd that war mh lit
soon follow. The receipts, too, were sine
What smaller than r-xpected u I
the cash demand for wheat, wl'ii
ha mch so much of . fpin.10
dtltlnit the past few days, shows mi
sign of abatement. California ndtl.es ,,
tmrteil more engagement, at San ! rain 1-.
tor Hhent to go to AiistrAl.11. the pur ha-. ;
for the Inst few days having nggregat' I
fully K.W0 bushels. Australia hn uunllv'
been an egporter of wheat, and the r.i 'C
that she as a buyer helite.1 to strength' t
the mnfket. New A'ork was a good bu.ftj
nil day and reiwrted liberal clearances, ami
some of the most prominent local opera
tors Were on the buying sale, while there)
was a little general selling. The activity,
reported In the Hour business wns also re;
garded as a strong factor. It was sail
that the Minneapolis sales for the past
two days have exceeded the whole wei k'9
production hy lo.oon barrels. .
Under these conditions the short inter
ests became rather nervous, and there mid
good buying on that account and also a
fair Intestmetit demand. May sold early
nt fiOVfiiWic spilt, and up grndiinlly to .
woic split, easing otr ny noon to wsv:. 1
cember sold at SttViiSCtic.
with WWc seller
at noon. Th market continued to gain
trenirth diirlmr the closing hour and Mat
sold tin to fil'ic, but eased oh a fraction.
December sold to 57c.
Corn was stronger, mninly In sympathy
with the strength in wheat, but the In
terior deliveries are hardly coming up to
expectations. There was not much pclllm"
pressure and somp covering by shorts. May
sold Ht 2siC to 2S'Vii29c split, and nt tumii
was 2S"c. December sold nt 2.tjfi20'c.
The market got much stronger during ihu
Inst hour, llilluenced largely by the hulgo
In wheat. May sold up to 29'8e, nnd De
cember to Sti-V.
Oats were quiet, but firm In symputliv
with corn and wheat. May sold nt 2.i20'ri
and December nt 1fi,e. There was increased
strength during the Inst hour, due largely
to the improvetneitt In wheat nnd corn, mnl
May sold to 20H&20UO split, nnd Decern!" r
Hog products were (Inner. May pork sold
nt f9.02ij.vfl9.03. split to $9.10. and at noon
was $9.05; Mny lard ut ..n0'ii5.C2'., and
Mny ribs nt $l.dil.ij2',2. There was not
much buslurss during tho last hour, buc
the market held strong.
Kstlmntcd receipts for to-morrow: AVhenr,
235 cars; corn, 210 cars; Oats, 170 cars; hogs,
85.0ii.
10 .0-.
Mnrkct steady. Nhtlvo muttons, $2.3it;iS.rr0:
bulk of snles, $2.7rii3.'i; enmmnn stulT, SI 50
(TI2.2T.; lambs, ?2.75U'l-"-.-l; Southern sheep, $2.00
(Jl.'S.f").
Chicago, Dec. 5. CATTLn Receipts. 11,
ftt). ;ood fat cattle were once more pK n'l
f ul. but prices were not nny better, as 1I10
tleuinnd was far from nctltc. Dressed bi 1 f
Ilrms were well supplied wllh beef and 1111
particular Improvement In trade or in,
prices Is expected until after Christinas,
as isMiltry nnd game are largely substituted
for beet and mutton at this time. Sabs o
common In choice beef cattle went on a
basis of JS.oofi 1.7,-,, with an extremely lim
ited demand for Christinas beeveB at $5 ixi'.t")
5.23. The great bulk of the cattle sold be.
iween' $3.50 mid $1.50, nnd the best holiday
beeves were $1.33 per loo pounds lower than,
11 year ngo. (lood cattle were piirelinsiil
below $1.00. and lots averaging 1,400 pounds
sold nt f3.70ii3.90. The stocker nnd feeder
branch of the market was rather slow,
with sales chiefly at $2,501(3.50. The de
mand for light stock cattle has fallen ot
materially, and good feeding steers am
selling the most readily, ns they can bo
fattened Mt much quicker, llutchers' anil
canncrs' cattle were fairly active at yester
day's decline, cows nnd bulls selling chlvllyi
at $1.7.v.i2.S5. Texuns were steady.
IltKIS Receipts, 40,0o0. There was a good
demand for hogs once more from Chn ago
packers, and the supply was largely taken,
by noon, prices ruling steadv at the Into
decline of 5c on Tucsilny. There was not
enouuli shipping demand to cause any a. -tlve
competition, and local packers bad
things largely their own way. Common to
prime droves sold at $3.10fi3.G5, chletly j,t
$3.6iy.i3.fi0. and good to choice pigs Hold
principally at $3.10ii3.C0. Kastcrn inaik.-ts
are getting large numbeis of hogs from
points east of here, and they are not draw
ing very heavily on this market for sup
plies. SIII3KP Receipts, 11,000. The trade was
fairly active once more, good Hocks nlomt
showing lirmncss. Trade continued ino.sily
loc.il, .with sales on a. basis of .i.5o,i:;.-io tot"
Inferior to prime sheep, and $.'.10il.4o top
lambs. Few sheep sold above $3.01, and few
lntnbs were pour enough to sell below $.: no.
Fat AVeslcrn sheep wt-ro wanted at $3.uoffl
3.25.
Omaha, Neb., Dec. 5. CATTLH Rcpe-ints.
3,900. Mnrkct active and steady. N.mwi
steers, $.t.25fi 1.50; AVcsterns. 2.75ii3.75; T. x
nns, $2.251j3,25; cows nnd hellers. $2 5oi'( 7-j
fiinneni, $1.50112.10; stockcrs and fue.i.rs,
52.70(U3.r); calves, $2.5&I5.30; bulls, stags,
etc., 1.73f3.00.
IIOC.s Itecelpts, 7.500. Market active nn 1
steady. Heavy. $3.851i3.13; mixed. $3.::51i.l In
lights, $.'i.3Wi3.10; pigs, $3.25ii3.10; bulk ..
sales. $3.3 3. 10.
1
t
SHIOKP Receipts, 2M. Mnrkct Ilrm. Na
tives, J2.231i3.25; AVcsterns. J2.iOfi3.00: com
inon and Mock sheep, Sl.7ijj2.75; lambs,
J3.0oJi 1.2j.
ARE YOU GOING TO TRAVEL?
The Ilurllngton Route from Knns.is cit
Offers advantages excelled by none. wltS.
new compartment sleepers and parlor cur!
to St. Louis; uueqiialed service on r-iVr
train to Chicago, including naa nini,f,:
Car service; solid train from Kansas Cl 5
to Denver with Cafe Dining Car for every
meal. making It the most desirable lor.
Colorado and tho Pacific coast points- it I,
the only olrect line to Hillings, Spokane ami
1'uget bound points; the best line to Otnu
lut, St. Paul and Minneapolis.
For full information upply nt anv ticker
ofP.ce or address ii. C. Orr. Kansas City.
nt.w ,n:rii:i!!j)N tinv court iiousu,
The Llectlou Yesterday Retiilted In lti
I'ntiir by 11 Large Mujurily,
Jerferson City, Mo Dec. 5. (Special ) Thn
ele.'tlon in this county to-day to detc'ruiiim
whether or not a new $ilo,un,) court housii
should bo built resulted lu a large majuniv
for the proposition. '
Jefferson City's population of S.ooo bun
raised and expended In public Improvement 1
about $4oo.i)i;. this year. Including tho
bridge, which cost J20o,0in. ,u
A movement la on foot and has taken tan.
glide lorm to connect Jclfcrson Cltv n. h
Columbia by nn electric motor railway.
New I'aat California Train,
On October 29 the Santa Fe rtouto wtir
Inaugurated new, and strictly limited tlral
class service to Southern Culifornla
Tho Culifornla Limited will leave. K
sou City at 9:10 u. m. daily, reaching 1 "
Angeles and San Diego in two und u hn?
days nnd ban Frunclsco in threu days
thus reducing the time half a day
Kqulpinent will consist t,r superb nu
vettlbuled Pullman Palace und compart
ment sleepers, chulr car und Ulnlng car
through from Kansas City to Los Angel.,
without change. Lntlro truln llghtiil bw
Plntsch gas. '"" u
This will be tho fastest and moat in,i.a-
ous tiain via, any line, to California, ti,'..
uu.,r irn n iui uimr b-iin.... ,, . . ....
-Oer tfl f-u A..
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Full particulars can be obtained by ad.
OKO. AA'. IIAfniNm-CII. P. and T A
Nct"f!jCSMK cor' 1Uth una i,aln Bls-. Kins.
Kunsis
City, Mo.
l'nlon Pdi-lllu Climigu Thuc,
Commencing Sunday, December 1 th,
Cullforiila und Oregon' Limit 'doti' ti,
Union I'aclllc, which at ji?i nt ,, avt. 1
9:30 u. m., will change to leave ut KLtt) A
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thu
as
t 10.W .
111. jiiis wveriuiui i"iyet" connects at
Cheyenne with the "FaM Mull" and msi.
U'..t innlrsu tli.. lu.l.ul .1... no iMJijl.
This "Overland Flyer"
No other line do.-s it Tl,ia,',V,o,u",."0-.''.
,.. .: . r ,
froiTf Kansas City to'san 1-V .nefico mnl
Portland, arriving In San FraiicisVo th
third morning ut 9:13; Portland "t 7:30 thS
third inorntng. Train U heat,,i mont com.
i. isMit ..til, aicsiii, tmi leu uriiitanriv ii-iit.
the celebrated Plntscl? light, A 1 Irs -cla'sa
Pullman palace sleeping iar through, win,
out chungr, Kansas City to San F?ancU. o
All niuils in Pullman magi.iiicent tlinin..
c-urs. Denver and Pad.. . last fast '
. av. 3 as ut prts. nt. ut 7.30 p. .,,. 'S'." J
ai in nver ai z ill t. 1,1 ,. ,
ifi-t connections ut Oh wnu with v? .
the' Overland LInilti d. or Sw I'rn.l '
and Los Angeles. Rl5t ,,,,le, XJ..!
Telsphoiie HW. J. l" FRAWLBY '
Uoierai Agent.
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