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W. S. W001!, I'retldriii.
The National Bank of Commerce.
Accounts solicited, nittl depositors offered every facility consistent
with kooJ hanking.
W A WILSON V.M. Itt'TTlO .IDS. ('.WIN J II. AtiNOt.t) WM. AStCUW.
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v.. M row. .1. .1 swoitoitn. 1 iir.hTKK a ss'inr.n w s woods, w. a huli:.
Missouri, Kansas & Toxas Trust Co,,
Capital - - - "l.'l.XiM'm).
Mirpliomid I mlltlili'il Front", "T.tn.don.
AIITlllIt 1. sill.wn.i. Pr-iidem
Vli lrliifnt- A A Mmii I'. I. Martin.
.S Taylor. J Mil) Irliiit.le.
Ib.bt. II Con" . retarv Wm S Tuvlor.
Treasurer; t'lanit 11 WUenx A"t Trta".
Jaconet T Nolihenlin At Se.y. . Trlinbla A
Hraley. General Ai.orii-ji
l;ti intc 11 General I rul lliilnc,
Ail it" lrutrr, I rnn.fer Act nt nr Reg
ltrur for Corporation.
Allan" I'vii uliir. Adiiiliilatmtnr. Guard
Inn, nr lrti"trenf i:tule".
Collect" NolcNl Mortgage".
-lukr in.irgr of propcrtl,-.. rollcitlng
Mllta, paying tutc, etc., for CuMvrii lu
Lansat niy Director. A r. stllwell, II U
Martin A. A Mmher. Prank Cooper. 1'. A. !
oti. J Met) Trimble. Holt nullum
Good business paper "Irons makers and
Indorsers. or good collateral Such 115 can
bear Investigation can to med promptly at
Parties having such paper o offer please
correspond with u- Til- phone 1 fit's
CHICAGO ami K,S II DM 'M1I()N
It. II. AIIK1.I,. J'l -ll- DchiHarc Mrrct.
Houston, Fioie & Go.
(Surrea"nrt to Wm. J Wollmnn A en
BOiS'DS, STOCKS 1,T,7-liV.,ai'
flit) Drliliiurc Mrict. li.m..i III. Mo.
7P; Dcluwar st , Ka.-n '' Mo Com
mercial Paper, Stocks untl Donds. HeaJ
H. P, WRIGHT & CO,
STOCKS and BONDS.
The only firm In Kan.as City dealing In
lionds anil ttc-ks exclusively Hlsh sradc
l)nd9 and storks always on hand. Send
for our Quotations.
TKI-. CC34. BM DBLAWAItC ST.
Th local iVmiin.l for monfy has fnlh-n
off acalti. The hanks i-'iwirte.l but llttlo
ilolnc at tho d!ount hoaids yoxtcnlay
There was nom," iipw pa,,, r offerliiu from
the -'ountry. rr-illscount.-. hut meri-hanK
xvere asklnc for hut viry ltttlo assistance.
Itntf". however, remain steady, still at fifl'S
per i-ent. Currency shipments to the coun
try falllnn otr. Hank clearinus, Jl.WtW;
same day last yeRr. Jl.C.'.Wl, an Increase of
JII.3!1!. ; sain of 2 per cent.
Kastern exchange steady and In fair
Houston. Klble & Co., exchange brokers,
(iiote !t a follows:
New York, iic discount: Chicago, "c dis
count: St. l.ouls, 2Tc illHi'Oiint.
James I.. Lombard, president of the Klrst
National bank. Is back from a month's
xisit to Nantucket and other New llnRland
i ities. He says there is a veritable "boom"
throughout that section. Money Is abund
ant and much Improvement Is nolnu on
Manufacturers are busier than for some
years and local enterprises are easily tioat
ed; but moiiled men are still shy of West
il. W. I'lshburn, assistant cashier of the
First National bank, was presented yester -
lay by the Wells-lurno Kxpress Company
Kith I Kill D.ilton's ntle, the gun that he did
kiii h fearful execution with while chief of
hi- band. It is a sell-loader and carries a
art ridge of twice the usual length.
f.ne.tt ItitlU Mock Oiioliltlnn-.
following are the bid and asked
pn. or stocus oi ivansas i;y names aim
.iher local securities, us furnished by It.
J' Writ-lit & Co, brokers, Armour build
American National bank CO
itlzens" National bank 100
Fn-t National bank 170
li,t,r-tnte National bank ST,
M.ll.ind National bank 100
M"oiirl National bank 95
National Hunk of Commerce. ..112
1 i.iimi National bank 102
Mi niirl Suvlngs bank 115
XI-ch.inHv-' bank 102
Iv iti-.ih t'ltj State bank M
M. iionolitan National bunk !K)
, n 1 3 n k 1 . 1 1 1 1 Sate Deposit
K ii.-,is City Stork Yards
; iropolitan Stiect railway...
Iiileii States Trust Company
Money at lloine mill Abroad,
N, w Yolk, Aug- 7.--XIoney on call easy
nt 1 per cent, lost loan I ier cent; closed at
' p, r cent: prime mercantile paper a'i!i4t
I i . ,-nt: Bterling exchange Arm, with act
..,! business In bankers' bills .11 Jl.iM'i'ii
i for demund. and at II.MM 1id.VJ tor
hi .lavs: nosted rates II.Wsh 4.1(1. . urn-
... . .Tin. uuws.
I iclon, Aug. 7.Xloney, ', per tent. Th
ni- ot discount In the op-n market
h short and three months bills Is
1 i cent.
.w X'ork. Aug. 7.ClearingB, Jw),7S6,2'.t7;
u, -tun, Aug. 1. Clearings, $14,3U0,(jo, bal-
I'luladelpHIa, Aug. ". Clearing.
'iililmore, Aug. 7. Clearings. l.'.272,",i:
t, , .iiin.ii, 416,!I5M.
.n. innuti, Aug. J. Money S'-.tni per
. hi New York exchange par. Clearings,
Chicago, 111,. Aug. 7. Clearings, J14.M(.-
n... fs,ae v rn.teu 4f41.1. ner cnl r,,i'
ni! loans, and 5i,5W per cent for commer
v. paper. New York exchange xoi.i at
premium. Bankers' (London) sterling,
Ji'i-, and H.SSJ,-
si. Louis, Mo Aug. 7,Clearlngs, 13,03(1,-
ill, balances, 4!M,73i). .Money quiet nt IsgC
i i . ,nt. New York exchange par.
Mimphls, Tenn., Aug. T. Clearings, ISffl. -
130. balances, 33,KJti. ISastern exchange
tilling at tl.5 premium. .
N--vv Orleans, La., Aug. T. Cloannir. 11,-
New YorK exenange, naim, ss.ou per
-oiiie i, im i,,,ii-iii,,, ,i in.......
w Y'ork. Aug. 7. Cloning quotations
on the New York Stock;
1 'nlted State 4s, regUterud
I niu.it Suites 4. cunt, on ....
I'mt.-.i State new lr. coupon. .12J'i
I'tuted States now reg. U ViVi
Inlted States 6, coupon 115,,
I'n.ieJ State 5, registered ... .115
I'nued States 2, reglstored.... KV
im in.-a ,. iw
A'tbama, elans A lOj
Ai,i,.,nia, class II , ......10S
Alabama. ' las C ii
Alabama currency ,.... SS
LmilsLiua il-w consols. 4 I'i
North Carolina U 102
...iih Carallnu Us 127
S .ij'h Carolina non-fuml I
'l.nnessee 3s, new ettluieiits..
Ti-uiiess Ss, (lew kcitleiiieut..la"i
e,. . old settlements.. tv
Y.rlnla onturles , 621;
Misourl Cs IW
ll.illro.nl Hi, ml.
xew Yotk, Aug. 7. Clo.liig nuotatlons
en the NdW York istOck CXChuilCi :
At hl-ou Is .
At' I.: soli 2,1 A
I .'nidda -iuuthnu 2dS ..
f'-nirsl Pucillu 1st
. .. lii,
li.r.e-r & ltlo Grande H
I tuer & ltlo Grande U
O II. A- S. A. I
G 11 k S. A. 7s
Iloii-iou A Texas t Vutril It...
II .u.-ioii & Texas Central tt..
M itu.it I'ni.jti Os . .. ...
I ---j.iri, Kaa. A; Texas Jst is.
ilittaurl, Kj, u TcU3 2J U,
Ji .m premium; commercial, i.uu per ji.wu -,,. .- ".".'' ,' t"I iu w'c ami i cars
pr.mium. I " H'-',': J ?.,I,,r,,.i - ''" lt ok. 1 car at
i 1 113c. I ear at uy, i cars at lie and I car
sllwr. Jprlng at iBc; Nn. 1 hard, 1 car nt One; le-
London, Aug. T,-llar ,lv.r. VHi W&rh),MVtiTltX&.
r it -, (Vw,wv ox. x- if- t " -.-, ---t ..,- ,;(
i .it, dollar, m, i
W. A. Utlt.K, CiMhlrr.
,v Jersey Central general ts.H7t
.'it'twi :. 1. ipitimtircii.i.iiv
N .rth- m I'ncltlo Ists
I North, rn Paillle 2ds
1110 iinuie esiern ists
Hi I'niil onol ?s
St. I. 1 M. (Senernl fi" .
St. 1 S. F. general Cs
HI Paul, 1' ,V I', W. 5....
1Vx.ii. Pn, Mr lsts
Texas I'ncHlr Sds
West Shore l
Union I'acinc lsts of "PO..
Mot k anil IIomiIa.
New York, Aug. ".There was ii'very
sllBht lii.rease of business on the Stock
exchange tn-Jny HtiU the movement of
prices wa in .t somewhat wider rnnue
than during the llrst two dayf of the week.
The c,i,i rng.iKeiiMMits for to-morrow's
strnmer hd an tinfavornble Iniluence on
the dealing and led to rumors that heav
ier shipments would he made on Saturday,
which mcreae,l the depression. The heav
iness of Am-rli-xtis in the London market
was also a L,cior for weakness here, but
with all there a no great pressure to
sell, and sotne stocks made gains. General
Lie. trie .i notably strong nhd In sl
having rose V, per cent, closing at the
hlchot point touched. The general mar
k. ; opened about uteady. but an attack
was soon made on the indutr!al group,
txhi.-h r suited In declines. The reaction
siu nt ns force prior to midday and al
though speculation continued very dull.
pn - improved with the rle, being most
marked in the tlnal dealings. The market
clow! strong in tone.
Ii.uids were dull and lower for the spec
Quotations on the New York Stock ox
."h.inje -.xere us follows:
t est c y ro-uay
Adam Kpre 11,'s
Atchi'on H.illrond 15
Am-rhan ICxpress 113
Il.iltituore , th!o 6I'4
'.inada l'acillc M
Canada Southern , WU
ivn'rul P.icillc IS's
'he-apeake ,t Ohio 21
I'hl.nso Alton I."'!
Chicago. Hurllngton Sr. Qulncy .. i
chh ago i,.i 5
'hhag- i: Illinois prefd . ...lOl
. c . c. ,: St. I. I5T-,
Consolidated (in 11.1
oloralo Fuel ,xi Iron 37!;
c.li.ralo Fuel ,1- Iron prefd .
Colorado Coal k Iron
Cotton oil Certificate .
Delaware, Lackawanna & W
Penvr ,; ltlo U ramie
D. ,- II. G. prefd
Distillers & C. F Co
Great Northern prefd ..
Houston .fc Texas Central
Kansas & Texas prefd ..
i.ake t;rie A: xetern ;
L. K. & W. prefd S2
Lake Shore 113
1,-nd Trust 3li
Louisville & Nashville tW,
Louisville A: New Albany 3
Manhattan Consolidated 113?
.Meinrihls A.- Charleston li
Michigan Central 101
Minnesota K- St. Louis 21'i
Missouri l'acillc 3is
Mobile ,x- Ohio 21
Northwestern prefd 143
National Cordage 3li
National Cordage prefd f,
National Linseed Oil Co 29
Northern l'acillc 41
Northern l'acillc prefd l.Vi
New Jersey Central 1KH
Norfolk & Western prefd ll'
Nashville & Chattanooga 7
New York Central 10li
New York A.- New Kncland
1 Ontario & Western
Oregon .v Navigation
, Oregon Improvement Co...
i O. S. L. & V. N
. . . w't'a
l'acillc Mall S. S. Co
Peoria, Decatur & Kvaiisvllle
Pullman Palace Car Co
North American Co
Klo Grande Western
ltlo Grande Western prefd ...
Hock Island & Pttclllc
St. 1'aul prefd
St. Paul ,v Omaha
St. Paul A- Omaha prefd ...
i ""W iieunery uo
.. . .... T . ,.
T.. A A. ,t N. M
Tennessee Coal & Iron .
Tole.lo. si Louis ,v K. C
lOledO. St. 1. ,i K
C. prefd.. 14's
V. P., Denver ,t- Gulf
I 'nlted State; ICxpres. ...
Wheeling Lake iirle
W. ti L. K. prefd
Wabash, St. L. ,1 P
WalKish, St. L. A: P. pref,l
Western I'nlon Telegraph
Second assessment paid.
' New stock
j c n i.mit.-v-i-h i.,.
te-.'lv' glff'Sil: ''resident
" ' ". o
tary nnd Treasurer.
Orders executed for Iului-h riiivt.v .
' raln and Provisions.
' I Rooms 20. 21 and 23 llrnhnnnr. I,M
Prix ate wlrea to Chicoco, New York and
I III; t.lt.WN M.lltKIIT.
i 111 store Wheat ! I in I.,, ul.nl,
- 15.0!i2 bushels, oats, 2.102 bushels, a'nd ry.
. HLATllecelpts past 21 hours li;.Ml
SW-' l,,ne last 'c'"'' r. uoo
Inure was not much In yesterday and the
rculalvo maikets were beuiish. Cables
too. uliowoo weakness. The result was slow
' trading, but while bnyeis were backward,
'here was no lutunl decllno in the ens!
'Kr"'". te light offerings enabling holders
lu 'K off what little on sale nt old .
",'.". w ',""' u;i iiuck uere at iviinsjs
ii in va'-fc; ,u, i retl,
1 -. , ,
c,...-... .1. 1 J' -
o'liiii; nine i,isi year
iic mnviiiB juMcniay were good ag,ui
la,n1I..'ulurPB.wt:.r ,!f. Iice a y. aker mid
iiie arrivals yeieruay were
S.VTi .. ,' " '!' .notii in
1 i; . ... . , ", ' . "," 'uai nu&iiicss
Mum- ii in euaue luwer prices, jiy
pie on truck hero at Kansas city. No. 2
inlxeil. I ears at ssc ami 12 curs t 3f,lu:
No. 3 mixed. 1 car at 3le; no guile, 1 car
t l"e. No 2 white, 7 cars at 33U-o; No. 3
,,,,, ii-. .,. H.1.M-,
OATS-lteeeliti. past 21 hours fi,w)
f-anie time last year is,(.)
Not many coming In aid maikut turn
under tne Iniluence of light offerings, lluy
'is. however. l.u.kui. and ,iw about
bldiling up pi ices. i suiiipld on tr.uk licia
at Kansas City: No. 2 mixed, Hi"..',!c,
3 cuis u( luc, No. 3 mixed. 1 car at I7'..c
and 1 carat Ike: No. I mixed, 2 cars at 15c:
No. 2 white. J24I23.-; No. 3 white. 2i.i.'lj, nn,
No 4 while. IS'ulUc.
i II YK Rec, ipts past 21 hours
haiuu time la.l year
I Hut little coming n ami market slow and
i weak. Ily sample on tiuck here ut K.irsai
( liy: No. 2. 1 car ut l.'c, ami No. 3. little.
FLOl It-Still dull and a shade lower.
Only the consuming trade buying. Wo
iiuote: Soft wheat, per I'm pound wick, pat-
euts. JI i..'ul.D3: extra fancy, J.njfll.7u; Ian
'oy, I, J'yftl 55. choice, l.aStl.!5; haul wheat,
per ltd pound sack, pale, its, 1.73'al.t3:
fctia glut nam 70. bakers'. l.5fkiiU3; low1
grades. fl.3ttil.IV ive. Jl.P(.5ii.
CORN CHOP Hull ..nil flit . 1 , .... ,ln,.i,n,l
(Quoted ut lAc per i, saekid.
;'OHNMi:AL-Stcady but slow sale. Quot-
cd at 7.rjle tier cwt., bulk
FLAXSKKH-Flriiur and In veiy good
demaii'l. ltnelpts lulling olf. Wo ciuote
i....... ,l,a l.n.iL ,. .,,,.... ..... .. ,....,.v... ...
l.MJ, l,, ......o .,i,,uv iu.ii, V','i'L vxu.
gust. fl(,!iS7o. and Septemlier, UliiSJc.
TI-MOTia' SHHD'-Iwer.' August, 13.50
HRA.V-I)ull hut unchanged. Sacked,
iiu''H,'lc per owl., and bulk. 51'ul.V.
HAY-SLtlket Him and demand good for
all ll'i upper giaili-s
These ciuotU0"3 ari; furnished dally by
Mmlcr tiros.' tlrnln nn.t Hay Commission,
:.l West Third street New prairie,
faict. JG5efl7W per ton, choice, f6.ili(!.i,0;
lowland. No. 1. JS.oons Jfl: No !. H(vrrfM:
eld tlinolhy, choice, flOfill: N" 1. J.tU?Wi
No 2. t'lflO.-X): No .1. f7 twff" 50; new tim
othy. KOHflOW. as to condition; clover
tn.xe,!. No. I, $7.eV?S.riii; No. 2 clover mixed,
f6.vv(l7.; straight clover, 6.tn7.O0.
lrterdnj' I'lilriigo .Market
A furnished by French llros. CommlMlon
Company, rooms 20. 21, 22, exchange build-Irtut
Open I High I Uiv Close Ysdy
-:-, I " j-
auk. . f j,'j nn t vi . i cr
S-pt R7 fi?l (li r,7.' M
Dec. . OSl 7ff CJV,. Tt",' 70'
Corn I l
AnK. . 4fl 40 4A 4.) I 4S
."ept .. 40U 40J SL', 4.1 I0,
May .. Sx IK W 33S
Auk J0 JMj SWJ W, 20'a
Sept ,. JH, 20U jnt, jov, 2V',
May . lit, 2l( SI Slk 2D
Aug. . P 45 ! 45 ! 15 ? 15 0 25
Sept.. 9 20 9SSH HIS 0 f.5'4 3 32'
Jan. .. 10 IS 11) 5.5 10 10 10 25 10 13
AliK. . (S $ 5 PS & !5 5 !5 5 M
Sept.. RMtt tits' SMI (KH S W
Jan .. 6 0?' fl I2tt c Oft 6 12'ji 6 07'v
S Its i
Aug. . 6 80 8 30 J BO 8 5ft I 5 45
Sept., fiftO 67t fifio r. R7'i ii 52a
Jn ., 5.274, 5 82a 635 T. 32tfc r, 30
Chteaim cur lots vsterdnx-! Wheat
corn. 257: oats, U.
l.H,l,.tiitf.,l -..lrif tr (rt-itae Wlinnl
11". corn. 370: oats, 2t5 rar.
WH KAT-tWh-No. 2 red, tT7c; No. 9 red,
6.1c; No. 2 hard, (IBfitVic: No. 3 hard. 021itac.
CORN-Cash No. 2 mixed, 40'c; No. 2
OATS Cash No. 5 mixed, Sic; No. 2
Showers and warmer weather are pre
die t,-l for Kansas nnd Nebraska.
The Tour Atlnntlo ports cleared for export
yesterday 37.500 bushels of wheat. ll.5.
piiikages of Hour. !,IS" bushels of corn and
,7.7i) bushels of oats.
Yesterday's cables made Iat week's Rus
sian shipments of wheat 2.!A'"K) bushels.
India's sSx.iiO bushels, sundry 4,i0 bushels
and the world's shipments o,32l.tM bushel.
Heerbohm ys Ktiropenn whent crops will
be over KnVW-y bushels less than last year.
The I'nlted Kingdom crop will be 13,i.')
short, the French crop 4'i.oi.t.i to 4Vi.
i"0 bushls short, the Russian crop I'l.t"",
IM to J0.0ii,i bushels hort, the German
crop normal. Autrln-Hungnrlan crop an
average, with 10 to 50 per cent blighted.
The more Important decreases of wheat
stocks In the 1 tilted States last week, re
ported by Hradstreet's, and not included
in the oftlclnl visible supply, are mt.un)
bushels In Northwestern Interior elevators;
109,000 buhels lu Milwaukee private ele
vators: UC.ei.j bushels In -Minneapolis pri
vate elevators and 4i.ooo bushels at Hur
llngton. Among the larger Increases are
123.1") bushels In Chicago private elevators:
31.tr.') bushels nt Leavenworth, and Sl.l'JO
bushels at Port Huron.
The directors of the Chicago board of
trade refused Tuesday to reconsider their
action ot July in making certain elevators
Irregular. After a stormy session of two
hours a vote was taken In the case of the
Galena, Fulton, St. Paul nnd P.icillc "II"
elevators, and they were declared Irregular
by a vole of 6 to s. At the directors' meet
ing early In July there were seven elex-ators
left out of the regular llt. Since then pe
titions have poured In to make these seven
regular with the rest. It was said over 3ii
of the most active and heaviest members
of the board of trade had petitioned the
board of directors to declare regular the
seven outstanding elevators, but In vain.
Car lot receipts of wheat:
K C. Chi. St.L. Mpls. Dlth. Tot.
Yesterday ,.2S 1 112 43 II 305
A week ago 13 73 109 32 165 42,1
2 weeks ago 45 21 106 43 102 319
A year ngo W 612 122 71 73 1)1
Cur lot receipts of corn:
K.C. Chi. St.L. Tot.
Yesterday (W 237 42 267
A week ago 37 271 22 23n
Two weeks ago 14 136 11 162
A year ngo 26 133 17 ISO
Cur lot receipts of oats:
K.C. Chi. St.L. Tot.
Yesterday 6 13S 26 170
A week ago 15 137 25 li7 '
Two weeks ago II 60 25 ?l
A year ago 12 321 IS 3S1
French llros." letter to the trade yester
day says: Discouraging early cables and a
sex-ere letting alone by outside bulls en
abled thu shorts to cover September wheat
early this morning around 67c. The market
stayed around that price for an hour or
more, when better foreign advices with
fair cash Inquiry put the price up quickly
In the last half hour, from ic to 67a,c. If
the expected foreign demand continues a
few days xve will soon see better prices for
wheat. The outsiders are closely watching
the movements of the market and we
would not be surprised to see them as a
class soon commence Increasing their pres
ent light holdings on breaks. The Im
proved demand for cash corn kept that
cereal from breaking more than It did to
day; fifty loads are reported for export.
It may do awhile. If thl demand keeps up,
to sculp corn on the long side until a hnnl
spot Is reached, xvhere good short lines can
be put out. They are still trying to give
oats away. It will do now to commence
buying on soft spots for small profits. Pork
mnde a new bottom again, but there was
good buying on to-day's decline. Remem
ber, pork Is worth something, and It can't
always keep so far below cost of produc
tion. Receipts of wheat at Minneapolis yes
terday, 43 cars, and Duluth, 41 cars; same
day lust year, Minneapolis, 71 cars, and
Duluth, 73 cars.
Prime, In his crop bulletin yesterday
says: "General Conditions The temperature, ns
compared with the lust four or live preced
ing days, Is decidedly lower. We have in
dications of ruin. The movement of grain
In the interior is still very quiet. Farmers
now everywhere are threshing oats. Com
plaints of dry Weather In Southern Ne
braska still continues, and at this Juncture
ruins are badly needed for the corn. Very
full reports on winter wheat from South
ern Ohio make this showing: Two-thirds
of the crops threshed average ten to twelve
bushels. Very tew farmers ure selling.
Little of the crop grades No. 2. Corn doing
v. ry well, but will need more rain to In
sure full crop. A few farmers have com
menced plowing for fall wheat. Early
spring wheat harvest now progressing with
vi ry fair returns as to yield and quality,
on the start an early movement is looked
for on the Missouri slope In Northern
Dakota considerable complaint of mut.
otherwise tl,o crop would be considerably
lirger than that of '91. Late wheat will
be reu.ly to cut about August 20. ,
J. T. Duncan, of Lincoln, Neb., wired W.
W. Cowen yesterday: As regards the ten
southeastern counties formerly reported to
you us poor, the Slate Journal has tho
following report by counties:
Fillmore ICarly corn Is being cut for
fodder; some few late pieces may make
Gage Corn suffering badly.
Jefferson Corn in some localities xvlll
make fair crop; In others scarcely any
thing. Lancaster Corn will not make one
fourth of a croi).
Nuckols Much of this corn past re
demption. Pawnee Some corn shows a Utile Im
provement, but general condition pour.
Saline .Most corn badly Injured In north
ern part of county; will not make more
than one-third of crop; soinn are cutting
for fodder. Not so bad In southern part.
Seward Corn nearly total failure, ex
cent In u few localities.
Thayer The past week has further dam
aged corn and the ptospect Is for an al
most emlro failure except the northeast
ern part of county.
York .Much of the corn Is ruined.
The compilation Is done by the weather
Chicago, Aug. 7. The following will ap.
pear In this week's Farmers' Review:
'The states that grow large quantities of
spring whivit have excellent pro. peels
fur a large crop of that cereal. Iowa
counties mostly navo excellent conditions
and some localities xvlll havo larger yields
than In any previous year. Wisconsin's
crop of the spring sown giuln xsill he fair,
lu Minnesota piospeot are still for an
Immense crop In the Dakota the out
look Is fur a large crop. The com crop
will be Immense. In Illinois, Indiana.
Ohio and .Michigan the general piospects
are for Immense yields. Missouri condi
tions are very favorable. Kansas will
have, a big crop. In Nebraska there has
been tome Injury by dry weather. Iowa
reports prospects still good for a very
luige yield Wisconsin will have a full
crop. In Minnesota ami the Dakotas gcu.
etui prospects continue favorable,"
Cincinnati, Aug. 7,-WIUSKY-CJulet;
sales. 5S3 barrels at 11.22.
St. Louis, Xlo.. Aug. 7. WIIISKY-SliMdy.
Distillers' llnlshed goods ut fl.22.
Peoria, 111., Aug. 7 -WHISKY-Iirm;
finished goods on tho baj of fl.22 for
New Orleans, La., Aug. 7. COTTON
Futures steady. Sales. 20.300. August, e.ra
i.7ic; September, 6.74JI6.73.'; October, 6.79
fiiS.0i.-; November, ti.;2frfi.tti'; Ducember,
86fi6.k7cj January. fi.S-'ft 6.93c; February,
fi.97fiti.99i': March, 7.03fj7u5c; April. 7.0SM
New York. Aua. 7. -COTTON -Steady.
MiadUliKS. 7'-ic; list jeeelpls, none; i-ioss.
CITY JOUIliVAL,TJIUnSDAY. AUGUSTS, 1895.
101, exports to Co) "", f0,nvn.'f'i'
M. sales, l.ffil, nil -p ni. -'. "" 1".,"I
Total to-day, het i. . cms receipt", 112;
exports to Great ptr.n fior,. France,
I,3oi!, Continent, 35; '!' k, 323,391.
MILLS Commission Co.,
ton New York 1. 1 to ttullillng,
Irlephone 21H8. UxNAS I'l I'V, MO.
Dealer, iti CttAt.V "" I '")lt1)NS fn
future delivery, and NFW YORK STOCKS
nnd PONDS. Ord, rs by mall or telegraph
I.ruxeil lirr to I hlp.igo nnd New York.
Refer to Rrndstrcct's nnd Dun's Mercan.
tile Agencies, New Kr.gland Safe Deposit
and Trust Company
Telephone Bit IS.
A. S. VEST, gK1gi
Stocks, lioiuls, (ii'iiln nml Provisions.
Direct Wire to Chicago, New York
nml M. l.iiul..
sot.s-n m:v itittK I, in: iu.ixi.,
Quotations below nre for Job lots. On
small lots higher prl.es ara asked and ob
tained, enough being asked to cover extra
cost of caring for and lining them. The
parties making small outsldo orders want
the best goods and selections. Dealers pre
fer to handle the goods In Job lots In
straight consignments, us. recelxed.
HUTTHR Not much choice table coming
In and market for such n little higher and
demand good. low grades steady nnd
everything selling fairly well, quota
tions ns follows: Highest grade separator,
17c per pound; finest gathered rreltm. 13c;
tine fresh, good tluvor, 13c; fair to
good, 12c. Dairies Fancy farm, He; fair
to good lines. !c. Country store packed
Fancy. 13c; fresh nnd sweet packing, 710.
F.GGS Steady. Fresh. 10c.
HUTTHRINK Creamery grades. In 20 to
CO pound tubs, solid, lie per pound; dnlry
grades, in 25 to (0 pound tubs, solid, 13'4c
per pound; rolls, prints or bricks, 2 pounds,
in 10 pound tubs, k! higher than solids,
nnd 1 pound, lc higher than solids.
CHELSH We quote: Herkimer county.
N. X'. Cheddnrs. 13o per pound; Crawford
roun'y. Pa., Cheddars, 13c per pound; She
boygnn, Wis., twins, 12c; Sheboygan. Wis.,
X'oung America, 12jc; Missouri and Kan
sax full crenni, Sc.
1'Ol'LTRX" The market Is steady and
supply light, liens met with a quick move
ment nt old 11 cures, but springs are less
active and It takes a little work to clean
up the market. X'oung ducks xvnnted and
turkeys dull. We quote as follows:
Ducks, young, 9c; hens, CJTOltc per
pound; roosters, each, 12M,(ilJo: springs. per
pound, SVjSi9c; turkeys, hens, CflSVjc; toms,
f.c, ducks, 5c; geese, 5'i0; pigeons, per doz.,
75c; veal, choice, SO to P pounds, 5I5Hc.
MKLONS Market well stocked and verv
dull. XVe quote as follows: Shipped
stock, 25QG5C per dozen: homo grown,
20'f75c per dozen. Gems. lOii.VOo ikt basket.
XVatermelous, dull; fresh, large, J!.C&1.50
per uozeu; smaii nna meuium, ,.,c',ui..!
per dozen; fancy, large, fresh, J9.Wgl2.00
per 100; small to medium. J3.00iii..il per
IM; home grown, fl.25til.50 per dozen; hold
over stock, prices unex-eti and not quotable.
POTATOES-Steady, but dull. Selling at
20125c from growers.
CALIFORNIA FRFITS Dull, but steudv.
Quoted: Peaches, 7.VQWC per box; German
prunes. 4 basket crate, 7e'ti!1.23. $1.50 per
box; P. D. plum", 12.00 Ihjx; wash plums,
$1.5o box; Hartlett pears. Jl.i5il.75 per box;
Hudson plums, '75c box: white nectarines,
"ScfiJl.t") per box: led nectarines, Jl.Su per
box: green gages, "5cEifl.OO; egg plums.
GRAPHS Selling fairly at old prices.
Quotations are ns follows: Concord
grapes, 5ii6.)c per crate. 20fi25c per S-pound
basket, 25'n33c per peck, 2'iSc per pound.
Muscat grapes. J5?i35c per lnsket: Dela
ware grapes, 3i"'i35c per S-pound basket,
$l..".Ox71.7o per O-ba.-ket crate. XVIld grapes,
SOc per bushel.
PKACHES Plentiful and slow sale. XVe
quote: Shipped stock, freestones, fan
cy. n.V'ir.Oc per 1-3 bushel; 4-baskct crate,
601175c: cllngston-s, 304i4i)c per 1-3 bushel:
6-basket crate, $lirfil.5u: $I.25yi.50 per
bushel: home grown. 25 30c per peck.
ORANGES Steady but doll. Quoted ns
follows: Mexican, J2.75fi3.W: Washington
navels, S3.00ft3 5n: California seedlings,
fancy. J2.73i?3.0o, choice. S2.25fi2.50.
HANANAS Quia. Large, J1.75Ti2.00; Jum
LEMONS Firm and fairly uctlx-e. Xles
slna, J5.50fl6.3o, nnd Malaga, J5.0of 5.50.
APPLES Offerings free and market dull.
Choice, 35f,40c per bushel; windfall, 23fi30c
per bushel; shipping stock. 254130c per bush
el; JltTil.25 per I arrel; shlppeu stock, common
to choice, 75. ,i$l.t) per barrel; fancy, $1.25;
old stock, fan stand. $5.kh7.ij; common
to choice x. metles, ?2.ri!.iM per barrel.
Crabapples, 5"c per bushel; 25c per half
PEARS A good many in nnd sales slow.
Pears. 30f6"f per peck; 3.Mi.V- p.-r 1-3 bush
ed box; Xlis-i m and Louisiana, 501,600
per tj bushel: Florida, ooU73c p. r box.
PLUMS i uferlngs liberal and market
dull. Greer, cage plums, .VifiGOr per '- bush
el; 25SJ3.V iier peck; blue plum", Sl.ouft1.25
per crate; ..ih. per H- bushel; Damson plums,
$1.50 per crate.
TOMATOES Market well supplied nnd
lower. Selling at 35SI0c per bu.-hPl from
NEW VEGETARLKS-Cabbage, slow;
home grown, 5.3c per dozen hiads. Onions,
new, 4ifi5"c per bushel. Turnips. 20li25c
per bush. I. Lettuce, 25c per bushel. Rad
ishes, 5c per dozen bunches. Cucumbers,
home grown, 5c per dozen: 13fi20c per
bushel, PI.- plant, 15c, 2 dozen bunches.
String and wax beans, 201125c per bushel.
Squash, fan. y, lOfdSo per ,lozi n. Ileets,
fancy. 3ii'i5"- per bushel: loc per ' bushel.
Green onions, 3 and I dozen bunches, 25c.
Carrots. 5 dozen. 2"c Swet corn, 2iilc
per dozen. .Michigan i lery, 2.Vo0e ,,er
dozen bun. h. Peas, G3'i;S5c p. r bushel.
HP.OOM CORN Quoted: Hurteo green,
IU5',ic per pound; green, self-working, 4!j
fiS'tc; red tipped. selt-worUitig. 4e- com
mon. self-woiklng. 3fj3i,ic; crooked, half
price; dwarf. S'itfeC.
FEATHERS Prime geese, 35c per pound:
dark and sollfd, 80c; mixed and old. 13J730C;
1 per cent tare on small sucks and 3 per
cent on large
HONEY-1 pound comb, white, 15c; fall,
1 pound 'omb. 13ffHe; 2 pound comb. Call
fornla. white. 16fil7c; 2 pound comb. Call-'
forn'a, dark 12ff 13c; extracted, in cans. CO
7c: extracted. In bairels. &',;.
GROUND LINSEED CAKE-Quoted: Car
lots, sacked. $22.00 per ton; 2.000 pounds.
ll.-l'l per 1'je wuui.ua.
HEESWAX-Nr 1 amber. 22
2c per pound;
NO. 2, ISC
NUTS Jobbing e.icest Coroanuts. per
IM, quoted at $4 00. Pecans Missouri, per
pound, 9310c I'ennuts Virginia. white,
raxv, ner pound, 4.$fj5e; Tennessee, raw,
UifJSc; roasted, 7ite; Kansas, 3!-c. Hick
ory nuts Small, per bushel, $1.33; large,
11.23. Hazelnuts ;i?2),Jc per pound. Chest
nuts lOo per pound.
DRIED FRtJITS-Snn dried: Apples,
choice, 6c per pound; good. 5c; poor, 3s.
Wool, Hide anil Pelt.
WOOL Hull. but unchanged. We
quute us follows: Missouri and similar
-Fliii, 7W9c; tine medium, 9fi!c; medium,
11 i 13c: combing, 12'4(Hc; coarse, loiflju.
Kansss. Nebraka nnd Indian Territory
Fine. 7ii9c: tine medium, 7i,l0c; medium,
5812c; fomhing. ItijlSj; coarse, ifliOc. col
orado Fine, 6j,9c; line medium. 7'ul0e; me
dium, 9612c; coarse and carput, bijlO:; ex
tra h.avy and sandy. B'a'7c
HIDES AND PELTS-Stiadj and In
good demand. Quoted: Grxn and tail
ed, free of brands. No. 1. 7';.' p.-r pound;
No. 2. Ctie: green. 6',ic; grtcii tulted, butt
brand.d, No. 1, C'.iic; No. 2 f,ise, green
--.,...! .... I. ...I... I K-r. , E,... I. .. ,
x'o. 1. Sc: No 2, oc; green failed h Mis.
Nns. 1 and 2 ond butt luanded. uround iPc:
green uncured, No. 1, S&c; dry Hint hides,
No. 1, 9c; No. 2, 7'.e; dry salt hides. No.
J, ic; No 2. 7c, Sheep pelts, green and
dry, 10xi 50c; dry, 46c pe, pound.
TALLOW XVe quotu as lollows; No. 1,
IV; N'o 2. '"
St. Uiuls, Mo, Aug. 7. WOOL Th. de.
........l ,., lll., i.n.l ,i,l,'iu .,,.. .....1.
Quoted: Missouri, Illinois, el.. Comb
1 " . .... .1 . .1 . li 1 11 I " f.. I ". I. . .
ing una iioiiiniH. woe,.-. . ioar-0
and braided, 15iil5';c; nu-.ll.i 111 rlotll
ng. lllrull'sii; light tine, ymui. Kansas
and Nebraska Medium, ll13c; light line,
Mjlue; heavy line, 74(Sc. Texas, Arkansas
und Indian Territory Fall and spring me,
ilium, 13(iUc; coarse and low, 8'ftlle; light
tine, it&lue; heavy line, i6Sc. Dakota, Wy.
omliig, Utah, etc Medium, 12JJ. , course
and low. 94l0o; line medium, 9iillc; light
line. ajI0c; heavy line, 7Uc Tub xs ashed
Choice, 2le; fair, UU19e; cuaiae and low,
There was more life to (lie market yes
teiday Ihdii for some days, the low prices
encouraging f,er liiiyiux, and thu feoling
was tinner all round, log receipts wero
also light, which favored u stronger mar
ket. We quote car lots:
LARD- Cash. $3.75; August, 15.73.
GREEN .MEATS-Shoulders, $5.50 per
cwt.; hdins. fS.25.
D. S. MEATS (partly ciired)-Shouldcrs,
cash, SS. 13 tier cwt.; short ribs, sides, cash,
$3.55; long clear sides, $5.55; short clear
S. P. MEATS-Hunm, cash, 3.25&S.73;
Itye ami .seed.
Cluas". A 'ig 7.- Rye-No. 2 .i-h. 4P ;
b'l'OlvinUer. lie;, FlassecJ-Ko. 1, cuuh,
M.07; September, fl.PoU. Tlmofliy- August,
f I 20.
St. 1ajuI, Aug, ", Rye No, 2 cash,
sacked. 41 on east track. Flaxseed Cash,
$1.02. Tlmothr seed$M5.
A, J, GILLESPIE ti:$ti&m
nt fi uibuuwi ib j. T E oiLLF.SPIH
Se CO. J J. F. OILLESPIK
Connnlsjlo'n Merchants, Kansas City
Liberal advances made to parties feed
ing stock, ltuyUig feeding cattle on orders
n specialty. Corresinindence eoliclte.1. Tel
ephone No 1P23.
MAIIKLTS IIV TI-.l.t'.OUAl'll.
New X'ork. Aug. 7.-ri.01'R-ltecclpls. 1(5.
lt barrels, exports, II, 101 barrel". Mnrkel
dull. City mill patents, tl.4ort4.o; city mill
clear, tl.ci 1.25; Minnesota pntenls,t3.75fl3.95;
Minnesota bakers', J3.tHf3.25; spring low
grades. tl.KWSn; winter patents, $3.5iM(3M;
xvlnter straights. $3.4VH3.U5; winter extras,
$3110'.? 3.2ii: winter low grniles, 12 20lf3.t).
COHNMKAt. Quiet. Yellow XVeslem.
tt.iiii.l'i per rwt.
XVIIEAT-Hecrlpts. 32.(V"1 imshels; ex
pootts. 33,4i bushels. Spot more active,
expotters showing more Interest; closed
Unit. No. 2 red. 73e. Ontlnlls tllletli'd weak.
dccllfieil under local liquidation nml offer
ings of spring wheal, rallied In the after
noon on coveting and Itnptcivcd export buy
ing. Closed steady. No. 2 ted, A)lgil"t,
72MJ72V. closed at 72;c; September, 7J),
i?2i. closed at 73c; December, ,l'.ti7is.',
closed at 75c.
CORN Receipts'. 41-30 bushels: exports.
2.700 bushels. Spot active at lower price",
closing irrrqular. No. 2. IRMflO'te eleva
tor. 43'viil7.c delivered; No. 2 white, 4,e
f. 0. Ii. nlloat; No. 3, l,M I1"' iillo.tt. Op
tions opened weak and declined under
favorable ctop reports, milled a little on
export bulness. but closed heavy. Septem
ber, 43-VM45V. closed 4.Ve; October, 4.1TT
41V, closed 4),c. , .
OATS Receipts, X.01 bushels: exports,
(3,5011 bushels. Spot weak, xvlth corn, clos
ing dull; No. 2. V; No. 2 white, 2c; .No.
3 white, 20j2fi',c. Options opened weak,
declined with corn and closed quiet. Sep
tember, 2iV(24V. closed 2tV . . .
PROX'ISIONS Cut meats, steadier; pick
led shouldeis, 5-,c: pickled hams, '.CiiHPWc.
LARD Firm. Western steam, $6.10; re
PORK Stendv. New mess, $12.331 12.75.
CHEESE Steady. State, large. 5Htti7V!
fancy, small. li'sMS'ic; part skims, SftfiUc;
full skims, l'Hlic.
St. Louis. Aug. 7. FLOUR Receipts,
2.r) barrels, and shipments. 3,000 barrels.
Extra, fancy. $3.23C3.35; fancy, $2.9olr8.00;
XVH EAT Receipts, 7,fW0 bushels, Rtid
shipments, 1S.000 bushel". Under bearish
Influences, went down again to-day, and, al
though It rallied some, closed MfffVic below
yesterday. Cash. t")c: August. 67'jic; Sep
tember. iVx'...c; December, 70Tc,
CORN Receipts. 25,0'M bushels, -and ship
ments, 21,'i bushels. Followed wheat and
(dosed Vu'tic under yesterdny. Cash, 37c;
August, 37V: September, 3SV: December,
OATS Receipts. 26.000 bushels, and ship
ments, 1S.O0O bushels. Dull and lower. Cash,
2iV bid: September. 20) ie bid; Xlny. 2.T).c.
CORNMEAI Lower. Quoted at fl.Sscfjl.M
EGGS Higher. Fresh, lie.
BUTTER Lower. Creamery. HTflCc; dai
HAX' lletler feeling and choice grades
wanted. Prairie. $6.501iS.3O; timothy-. tlO.VOii
15.i'. and small baled choice readily brings
PORK Quiet: Jobbing, $9.75.
LARD Firmer: prime. $5.75; choice. $5.90.
RACON Lower: shoulders. J6.12; longs,
$6,37)4; ribs. $6.50; clear, JG.62Vi.
Chicago, Aug. 7. FLOUR Receipts,
S.001 barrels, and shipments, S.W barrels.'
Easv. We quote as follows: Winter pat
ents. $3.23113.75; straights, t.1.l)f3.4A: spring
patents. $3.735, 1.23: straights, $2.0003.25;
linker.-' grades, fl.S0fi2.fio.
PUTTER Steady. Creamery, 32fT19!ic;
dairy. 101 17c.
EGGS Firm. Fresh. 111j12c.
New Orlean". La., Aug. 7.-PROVISIONS
LARD Refined tierce, I'tfi Pic
HONED MEATS Dry salt shoulders.S'ic:
HACON Sides, C,c.
HAMS Choice sugar cured. OVflO'.ic.
RICE Steady: ordinary to good, ,",iitic.
Fl.fiUR Quiet; extni fancy, $3.505,3.00;
CORNMEAI- Dull; $2.05 per barrel.
HltA.V-Steady; 73c per owt.
HAX" Firm: prime timothy, $13.50Jilfi.30;
CORN Firm: No. 2 sacked white, 45fj49c;
mixed, Ele: vellow, 53Ii54c.
OATS Steady; No. 2 sacked, 301iS0!$c.
('ogee and Migur.
New X'ork, Aug. 7 COFFEE Opened dull
with prices unchanged. At noon the mar
ket was up 10ft 13c. It was bid up In the ab
sence of sellers. Light buying orders came
In later European cables were better than
expected ami receipts at Rio were smaller.
Sku holders" firm. Closed firm at 15fi25
points- net advance. August, 15.33c; Septem
ber. 13.13c; October l3.33ltl5.J0c; December,
15.20c, and March, 15.05c.
Spot coffee Rio steady; No. 7, 16',Je; mild,
steady: CordoX'a. lS'ililOc: No. S spot, 15c,
ex-shlp; sales, l.ooO bags Maracaibo, p. t.
Santos Steady; good average Santos,
14,700; receipts, ll.ru) bags; stock. 153,000
Rio Quiet; No. 7 Rio, 14,2"1; exchange,
SUGAR Raw. llrm.
Havre, Aug, 7. COFFEE Opened quiet,
),if lower; at 3 p. m.. steady, )f higher;
closed steady nnd unchanged for the day;
i-ales, C,C0 bags.
New Orleans, Aug. ".COFFEE Quiet.
Rio. ordinary to fair. 171(fil9Hc.
SUGAR Open kettle, none olferlng from
f.rst hands. Quotations nominal. Centrifu
gal, llrm; utf xvhlte. 3Tfi3 13-lUe: granulat
ed xvhlte, 3 P-IGTiS'lc; choice yellow clari
fied, 3 O-lCltSV. prime yellow clarified. 3 7
1G1i3o; otf yellow clarified, 3 3-165,3 J-lCe;
MOLASSES Steady. Centrifugal, good
prime, 10'nlle; good fair to prime, tlfiTc;
good common to fair, 5o: inferior to com
mon, 2fi lc.
l.e.'ld uud Inc.
New X'ork, Aug. 7. Lend Quiet: brok
ers' price. J3.:i7)j. and exchange pi ice, $3.30.
Spelter Firm at $I.W.
Si. Louis, Aug. 7. Lead Lowi ; offered
in $3.30 without buyers. Spelter Lower,
w lib ,-ale.i at $3.75.
CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP to
Lone r Star
COMMISSION r CO.XIPANY.
For Rest Results. A New Company.
Cupltal, $100,000. Telephone 1103.
Kansas City Stock X'ards.
Market reports furnished. Write us.
Obtain best remits by shinning your CAT
TLE, HOtihandSIli:i;P to
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Itoomi irfl, 107 aud If
(Formerly occupied by White A: Rial),
KtllHltS Ciiy Stock V 11 I'll 1.
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Market reportsfreouponappltculoo. Tel 2I'.'0
Clias .IMion, II S Lincoln, Coimai (,. Dixon,
Pies A; Treas, Vice Pres. hecretary.
nuAPic? niynfi nnMMiQjimj nn
uuniii-uo uiauii uuiuiiiiuuiuii uum
ivuitHan t liy nitH'K iitiiiM. lei ia.1,1.
W buy feeders on ordori and make teasoua
Me advances to ruiponslblo parties Wrltu ui
for Information and market report a
FARMERS. FEEDERS, SHIPPERS
CATTIJ', 1I0G.S nml SJIKKl'to
Ben L, Welch & Go.
Till! I.IN'i: S'llllit .XIAICKHI',
Iteceliits at Chicago. St. Louis, Omaha
and Kansas Clly yesterday were: Cattle,
20,700; hogs, 23.20U, and sleep, 16,700: saino
day last ye.ar; Cattle, 2k,!ou; hogs, C2.100, and
shiep, n.U. ,,
New Xork. Aug. 7. -European cables
quote American steeis ut HWll2!io. per
piiund, dressed wiiight; lefrlgerator beef,
31410.-; expurts to-duy, It) beeves and 2,0X1
quarters of bef. .... . ...
CATTLE M,ovemBHtk tor tho past 21
ho"r ,. ,., ,, ,
Receipts , 7.777 319
SblpmenU i.W $g
Diie-out 3,b ana
There was very fair life to the market
yesterday, but us the olterlngs weie lib
oral, plli-eu were weak. A few choice ex
pori steer were steady, but most fed 1111
tuerf were xwak to 13c lower. Cows wire
lu Buv-1 svi'l'1' anJ l9u lww, but met with
a fair demnnd nt the decline. Blockers, nnd
feeders rontlntie octlve and hold tip fairly
well notwithstanding the xvenkncsn in
butcher stock. Range cnltlo were In only
moderate supply nnd steers steady nnd In
very good demand, Cow.i, however, were
flow sale and liv lower. Milch cow still
dull. Common, H5fl17; medium to fair, 11W
24, and good to choice, UMI32
No Av.wt. Price.iNo, Av.Wt. Price.
UltEPftED HEF.F AND EXPORT STEERS.
rit......UK)....t 5 Oil 16 1110...,$ fi Si
1 1,"6fl..., fi 40 IS 12CT.il. 4 IH
22 1221..., Hi 22 1173..,. I fs
20 1302.,,, 4 2.) ID..,,,, PM., 3 73
119......14XX..,, r. so is tio'.i.... r. ir.
20 1215.. ., 4 0) 22 1321,.., 4 53
20. 11775.... -1 60 21......123.1..M 4 25
IS 100S..,. )S(I 21....'.. P30.... 3M
1 $10.... 1 sr. 1 $70.,.. 1 fin
2...... P70..., 2 pi 2.. ..,.1065.,., 2 l
3 1116.. .. 2 p) 3 102S.,.. 2 25
13 IOVL.,. 2 Si 7 1021,,,, 2 30
3 lnSO..., 2 3.-1 3 irei6.... 2 Wi
22 1101.... 2 SO 7 r'..... 2 65
30 727..., 2 R0 23 SK.... 2 Wi
21) ..i.l..., 2 rfi It...... SI'.'.... SIB
21 STfi.... 2 73 7...... S,,,, a fO
23 70?.... 2 75 II 105!.... 2 SO
26 tOSO.... IM 16 1007.... 2'"'
1..... 1 Tin).... 1 M 10 xOL... 1 T5
71.... 2l0 13 ML... 2 10
lx...... 7M.... 2 15 12 POL... 2 30
10 KI.... 230 S 1.... 230
17 612.... 2 40 13 SOL... 2 15
2S SS7.... 2 50 10 PCX-.... 2 55
13...... OR.'..., 2 BO 12...... SC,., 2 00
10 S5..., 2 BS 20 001.... 2 l"
12 1oC...., 2 70 3 1003..., 2 75
7 10-J2.... 3(") 4 1025.... 3 20
fi 016. ... sir,
1 fM.... 2 00 1 ,1500.,.. 2 17
1 SIO.... 2 75 1 1IS0.... 2 70
1......155U.... 2 00 t .1070.... IB
1 SfiO.... 2iJ 1 1130.... 2 no
1 13(10.... 2 25 1 11x0.,.. 2 40
1 1770.... 3 lfi 1 IISO.... 2 63
20 571.... 2 55 31 737.... 2 10
10 BKt.... 2 40 5 Mi..., 3 10
11 SIC..... 2 75 15 575.... 2 55
10 iit',7.... 2 30 20 007..., 2 15
11 (36.... 2 10 11 fiSii.... 2 50
10 771.... 2 50 20 IM.... 2 00
fi Iff.... 7 25 5 if .... C. 50
27 It.... 7 25 7 Iff .... 7 50
2 tf .... in 01) 10 r.... S5u
3 0 .... 6 00 3 if.... 5 00
STOCKEHS ND FEEDERS.
M 1021.... .".!'5 16 1070 IM
IS 1001.... SlV. 22 S0.... 3 55
fit! 535.... 3 10 It 572.... 3 25
45; 001.... 3 DO I'd S0.... 3 75
11 1250 Il 2- CIO.... 3 45
42 1173.... 4 25 2(1 006..., 3 60
17 12SS.... I 15 22 1162 1 05
S3 560.... 3 10 46 1115.... 4 10
43 OIK.... 3 S") 10 1001.... 2 75
121 1IV.I.... 4 00 2x 10X0.... 3 35
57 10M).... 113 61 1020.... 3 Sa
17 1111.... 3 CD SS 166.... S53
a 500.... S 35 11 570.... S 10
12 005.... 3 00 25 S30.... 3 60
SI S39.... 335 10 016.... 4 00
21 021.... 3 SO 17 SSI.... S 45
W so;!.... 3 ft 7: 1C)I.... 3 50
22 6.5S.... 3 00 17 022.... 3 75
23 1232.... 4 15 75 lot;).... S 00
35 711.... 350 11 Sll.... 3 70
13 912.... 3 60 S3 566.... 3 40
20 1153.... 4 07,4
RANGE CATTLE-NATIVE DIX'ISIOX.
10 1107.... 3K I 70 S.07.... 2 S3
12.1 fW.... 2 75 1100 1007.... 3 15
20 HIS.... 1C0 I 26 073.... 3 10
31 S5L... 267'il 37 Sll.... 2 63
67 630.... 2 25 61 S24.... 2 43
10... 1313.... 4 30 I
20 034.... 2 00 I 26 701....
2S S6I.... 2 43 I 27 S70....
RANGE CATTLE TEXAS DIVISION.
TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS.
77 1075.... 3 55 61 007.... 3 20
33 000.... 3 03 30 S63.... 2 0
20 S30.... 2 SO Ki 1030.... 3 10
130 1002.... 3 33 22 765.... 2 75
24 S70.... 2 00 10 942.... 3 03
TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS.
25 77S.... 2 50 40 717.... 2 23
23 674.... 2 10 CO 674.... 2 30
67 630.... 2 25 33 736.... 2 45
01 776.... 2.40 SIS 70S.... 2 40
22 770.... 2 50 30 MC,.... 2 20
55 COS.... 2 35 55 610.... 2 33
IS 70S.... 2 15 11 730.... 2 13
TEXAS AND INDIAN RULLS.
3 1210.... 2 00 1 Sl'3.... ISO
TEXAS AND INDIAN HEIFERS
1 300.... 2 25 I 5 COL... :
SC 597.... 2 25 I 33 501.... :
TEXAS AND INDIAN CALXES.
30 fi' .... S 30 I 25 iff....
-11 T .... 7 f) I 17 fi ....
TEXAS AND INDfAN OXEN.
7 1IS0 2 50 I 7 1440....
HOGS Movement for the past 21 hours:
There xvere but few In yesterdny and
packers and shippers both buying, but ns
tile markets cast of us xvere lower, prices
xvere in lietter. though ruled steady. Light
weights xvere In most request and llrm, ns
the demand now Is lnrgely for hogs for the
fresh meat trade. Extreme range, Sl.Soi?
B.U0; bulk of sales, $1,431)4.75.
No. Dock. Av. Price. No. Dock. A v. Price.
Oi ltx) 131 $i40 "ttS 7. iTl" $1 70
St .. 177 I 90 ex SO 161 1 00
36 .. 177 4 00 77 .. 13S 5 00
5S SO 333 I 33 33 SO 261 4 40
10 .. 100 I 45 70 100 200 1 13
51 40 217 143 70 .. 273 145
50 .. 275 4 Fi 75 120 22S 4 43
70 40 271 I 17b 5S 120 217 4 47!
70 .. 25S 150 76 .. 215 4 55
63 160 211 I 57'.s 71 .. 225 4 62".
00 120 23S I ", M 120 1SI 4 63
50 120 1S3 175 I A .. 2U3 4 77.i
CO .. 2ii ISO 117 10 ... 4 00
30 III) 174 I 50 61 2u0 160 4 63
43 40 1 12 I S3 M 20 130 4 S2U,
III 40 16fl I 97 CI 40 205 4 33
75 10) 253 I 37,i fi't .. 2S3 4 43
65 160 210 I 13 71 21.10 231 4 47.S
20 .. 2(2! 4 I7),& 78 .. 217 -I 50
(') .. Ill 1 55 . 72 .. 227 I 57',$
"I .. 2l)x -I IW 71 .. 203 4 CO
62 .. 211 I C5 51 40 220 I 03
71 .. 211 170 71 10 2W 4 77',-i
CI 10 IW ISO S3 .. 1S3 ISO
51 .. 1SI 193
Sll EE)' Movements for the past 21 hours:
There were not many fresh anivnls yes
terday, but with tho holdovers the supply
was very good and mostly made up ot
XVestcrn range .sunt. IJuyers were back
ward and generally bid lower for butcher
stun' and were Indifferent. A bunch of
California sheep sold COo per cwt. lower
than a week ago. Lambs xvere also weak,
but stackers In good demand, steady and
K'o. Av.Wt. Price.
33 lambs 71 $190
17 lambs 71 4 75
22 lambs CO 4 50
47 Iambs C3 4 40
20 lambs 72 110
fill Southwest Iambs .,, CO S 25
CI stock lambs 13 2 90
21 stock lambs 3S 2 90
27 native sheep 122 3 40
M Southwest sheep 101 3 15
Cx native sheep ,...i 01 3 10
CO native sheep 105 3 00
216 Texas S3 2 07
96 mixed 78 SCO
SC5 California WI 2 23
HORSES AND MULES-Movcrnenta for
the past 21 hours:
Shipments , ,S0
Dilve-outs ,. ..
Dullness still pervades this market, Hut
little doing yesterday lu either horses or
mules. Local speculators contluuo main
buyirs and only take hold when bargains
can Iw had. Prices, however, steady.
Mules, It hands $2512 iX
Mules, H'v hands , 40rt so
Mule-j, 15 hands .,,.,... 4Ml CO
Mules. 15U hands....
Mules, 16 to 16"j hands
I lorfces Southern,, ... ....
Horses Streo(ers,,,., ,, ,,
Drivers , ., ,, ,,.
... ,.,, fcsnuo
,..,..,.,. 21( 30
,,.,, 40ft' 63
SOLD AT AUCTION
Tuesday, XVedncsday and Thursday of each
xveek, ut the Kansas City
Stock Yards Horse and Mula Dept,
Y, H. TOUGH t! SON, Managers,
Hundreds of all clusses of horses sold at
private sale and at unction each day. All
stock must be as repusented or no sale.
LIVE hl'OCIC RY THMiGU.U'll.
St. Louis, Aug. 7 -CATTLE Receipts.
6.3'ji); shipments. 200. Market active and
strong. Dussed leef uud shipping steers,
full lunge, $1201(5.73; butcher steers, 13.00
GlIUJ; cows und heifers, f2.25b4.00; stock
era uud feeders. $2.50(4.23; Texas and In
dian steel s, full range, t2.75ft4.25; cows,
heifers and mixed lois. f2.0oti3.23.
HOGS Receipts, 3,200; shipments, none.
Market heavy and 5c lower. f4.60ij4.So;
tMckeis. $1.601,4. V); light. $1,701(3.00.
SHEEP Receipts, 2,100; shipments none.
Market Urm and u shade better. Natives.
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKETS, )
WHEAT AOAt.V DECLINED ON ltl
PORTED SHIPMENTS OF GOLD,
t'orn !Vn Heavy, l.o.Ing n-lo on f limit
limp l'rnpeets-Oats XVent Oil
t'tr. nml I'rml.lon, Mnilo ,
Chlcngo, til., Aug. ". A moderate business
for export reported from the seaboard
cmisctl the toning up of a very xveak mar
ket to-ilny. Septemlier, which half 1111 hour
from tho opening had declined on reported
gold exports from CSc nt tho close yesterdny
to Cff!ic recovered to C7,c nnd closed nt
C75ic. Corn ruled henvy nnd closed nt a
loss for the tiny of -lie per bushel, and oats
lost tic Provisions, nfler a wenk start,
became llrm, recovering some loss and
closing nt moderate advances.
The shipments of gold cnlne to the front
ngnln ns tt depressing fnctor In the wheat
market, as previous to tho opening of
thu session, dispatches from New X'ork
hnd nlrrndy been received announcing that
fl,0"O,ij00 gold would bo shipped to-morrcw
on the steamer Augusta Victoria. Tho
main features ot the previous Influencing
conditions were unchanged. The opening
price for September xvns C7V. ns ngalnst
&'5?i?.li.,ll.'. .cIoao ,of S'eMordny's session. In
exnctly thlry minutes from the start tho
Piico had declined to C6'c, being a loss of
..,T.0..L,!f.r. 1,,ll8l1',f'1 '," l V!1 sll0rt l"r- Outsldo
inaiketB tlccllnetl with apparent reluctance,
ho movement of xvlnter xvheat gave no In
dication of increasing. Chicago receipts
weie. according to tho Inspection sheet.
.".uiir?,'u"1 '"-59S bushels by ennui. Ot the!
railroad receipts 31 cars were merely trail".
KJTi'1 from lriegul.tr (o regular city houss.
Of the total received 13 cars wero new red
winter, or which only four were No. 2.
1 ho total receipts nt nil primary Western
!n,.li!,",t,H w,erp Sus-OW, bushels, compared xvlth
Sul.Oot) bushels nt the sntnu places n year
ngo. Minneapolis and Duluth received W
cars, ngalnst 117 last venr. The exports
from the Atlantic sent.oard xvero of tho
same meager proportions us for somo tlmo
nack. Of xvheat. tho four chief ports
shipped 3. .000 bushels, and ot Hour, 12,6u)
bunds. Now; York reported the taklng
early in tho tiny of 20 boatloads of wheat
tor export, but that did not create demand
cno,1.'Kl,for f"ture8 to lift the market out
of Its d spoiulency. Telegraphic ordets on
either side of the market xvero scarce, and
tho local scalpers xvero averse to back
their opinions by a trade. The piico kept
close down around C7c until about an hour
from tho close, the seaboard sent report
or Increased export demand, und that
caused an adx'iinco to 07!c nt that time.
Tho tnklngs nt Rnltlniore- and Nexv York
wero snld to amount to nbout 50 boatloads
up to 12:13 p. m one-halt nt ench place.
The sales or xvheat at the scaboad ap
peared to havo become mixed xvlth those
of corn nnd It was discovered that while
export sales of the 'latter xvere fifty loads,
or wheat, only txventy boatloads were sold
at New Xork, eight loads at Hnltlmoro
nnd fifteen nt Montreal. The closing ca
bles were very weak, Liverpool noting 5io
decline: Paris came from to centimes to
CO centimes lower for Hour nnd from 10 to
20 centimes lower for wheat, and Herlln
reported n decrease of 3n mnrks, or nbout
equal to 2HC per bushel. The price kept
steady around to'fco up to about fifteen
minutes or the close; the latest trading
xx-as at WJi. after some sales nt C7-nic The
exjiort business xvns affecting the market
more bulllshly as the session was ending.
Tho trade In corn wns fair In amount
at another decline in price. The fine crop
prospect xvns unimpaired, nnd that was
again the governing iniluence. At -Ac de
cline In September a better demand xx-as
uncovered, but it came from those who,
xvere short. The pressure of long corn up-
pears to have exhausted Itself, and xx-as
quite noticeably less to-day than for somo
time. New X'ork reported a bettor demand
for export than has been for a long time,
and advised sales of Iirty boatloads. Tho
receipts xvere 237 cars. September, which
closed yesterday at 40?ic. opened this morn
ing at 40i40Ue, only one lot fetching tho
higher figure: It declined to 30?ic, and
closed at SO'sftlOc. May opened V10 down
nt SSic, declined to 32;4c and closed nt
The market for oats wns fairly ncttx-c
The feeling early xvns xveaker, and prices'
declined. A big lot was ottered, nnd that,
xvlth the iniluence of xvheat nnd corn,
caused the decllno. The urgent demand
for stuff xvns the promoter ot tho ndvancn
which followed, but yesterday's closings
wero ic higher than those of to-day. Sep
tember started at 20i1720:;ac, sold up to
20'.c and closed nt 2i!bc.
The provision market xvas weaker than
ex-er at the start, hut toward tho mlddlft
ot the day it xvns discovered that some of
the people xvho had been prominent sellers
xx-ere taking tho offerlnss of others x'ery
freely, and a general desire to tako tho
same side resulted In a material recovery
from tho prices ruling In the forenoon.
September pork, from $0.20 and $0.13 at tho
start, rose to and closed at $0.52'"..c, or 20c
above yesterday's final rates. Lard xvas
comparatively steady, declining to $3.92ia
at the opening, then recovering to $6.02ij
nt the close, compared xvlth $3.05 yesterday.
Ribs made fin decllno early, but had recov
ered that nnd 2'ic more In tho end.
$2.C5fi3.40; lambs, $3.00fl5.00; Southwestern
Omaha, Aug. 7. CATTLE Receipts,
3,(hi0. Market nctix-o and steady. Native
beef steers, $3.COf3.30; XVosteru steers, $3.10
.ITi.50; Texas steers, 2.50'o 1.25; cows and
heifers, $2.50t3.50; ennners. $1,5012.40; stack
ers and feeders, $2.73pl.M; calves, $2.(15J
4.50; bulls, stags, etc.. tl.fiofi.'l.?.',.
HOGS Receipts, 2.000. Market 5c lower.
Heavy, SI.IOfil.C5; mixed, $1451(4.53; light,
$1.33111.75: bulk of sales, 5l.501ii.l,5.
SHEEP Receipts none. Market steady.
Fair to choice natlx'cs, S2.75fr3.G0; fair to
choice Westerns. $2.5o'o3.40; common and
stock sheep, $1,731)3.00; lambs, $3,005(5.00.
Chicago. Aug. 7. In cattle only about
H.OOO head xvere recelx-ed to-duy. Including
3,500 XVestern txingers and l.noo Tex-uns.
Anything really desirable xvas In good de
mand by shippers nnd dressed beef firms,
nnd cattle good enough to sell nbovo $5.00
moved oir brisKiy. uominon to strictly
choice steers xvere wanted at $3.Cot(5.S5,
xvlth the bulk of sales at $1,5015.50. Tho
stocker nnd feeder trade xx-us again char
acterized by great activity uud firmness,
most of the sales being made at S2.C0f(l.m)
for steers xvelghlng 573 to 1,150 pounds.
Hulls sold at $1.75fi3.fi0, and cows and
hnlfers xx'ent nt $1.50li3.75, principally tit
$l.75fl2.50 for canners and (it $2.75ij3.50 for
fair to cholco lots. X'eal calves wero lu
good supply and sold freely tit $1,755(5.60
for good to choice kinds. Thero was 11
brisk trade In XS'estern range cattle at
stronger prices, sales being on a basis
of $3.73'1.S3 for steers nnd $.'.73fi2.73 for
rows ".md heifers. In some cases good
lots sold 10c higher. Texas cattle xvern
steady ut $2,701(3.70 for grass steers with
fed lots scarce and nominal at $3.73'u l.fio,
HOGS Tho condition of the market win
xvorse than ex-er to-duy, notwithstanding
tho fact that barely H.IKiO head wero of
fered for sale. Including 2,000 head left
over from yesterday. Neither Chicago
packers nor Eastern shlpiwrs xvero dis
posed to buy any considerable numbers,
and prices had a further slump of about
10c per IW pounds. E.uly In tho day somo
prime assorted light weights sold us high
as $3,33, These wero the best prices paid
during the day, nnd subsequently $3.20
fpr light nnd $4.S5 xvere about the best
figures obtainable. The extreme range ot
the day xvas $l.23fi5.00 for hogs xx-eghiiig
200 pounds and upward, and $l.75f5.35 for
light weights. Packing hogs sold largely
at $1,331(1.50, shipping lots at $l.73f(i.0, and
light xvelghts at tl.tioj5.1o.
SHEEP There xvas a. big supply on th
market to-dny, about H.OOO sheep and
lambs being received. After tho recent
liberal olferlnus such n. "run" was too
large, buyers being already well stocked,
and the trade xvas sloxv at a decline ot
about 10fil5o per 100 pounds. Inferior to
extra sheep told at $3,101(1.10, few selling
above $3.50, xvhllo Westerns sold in largo
numbers at $J.O0fj3.25, xvlth an oc-casional
sale at a hlgiior price. Spring Iambs found
buyers ut $2.50fto.50, fow going below $1.50,
To Chicago by H.iy IIl-Iii.
The SANTA I'll ROUTE has put on a
'not daylight train, leaving Ivuiusns City at
:30 a. m. daily, and arriving n Chicago
u .. ....m.. evening. It inak, u il,n ..,, 1-
;... ...:,i.r ;-.r.. " ".
ing cars serv ")'- supper und guest
only pay for what is ordered, For passen.
gers preferring to leave Kansas City In the.
evening, the SAN'IA FE offers choice of
two fast tra ns,
For particulars call at SANTA Fll
ROUTE ticket offices, northeast corner of
Tenth and Main streets and 1030 Union ave.
nue. GEORGE W, HAGENHUCH,
P, und t, A.
Half Kate to Colorado.
On August 11 and 12, tho Union Paclflo
will sell low rata excursion tickets irom
Kansas City to Denver, Colorado Springs
and Pueblo, for $17 the round trip, giving
passengers choice of routes returning. n0
other line runs Pullman palace dining cars
The Union Pacific Is the only m run, big
two dally trains from Kansas City to Den.
ver. It Is tho shortest und best line b, ui
respects, (ity ticket ottlce, 10u0 Maiu it.
Telephone 1100. '
ll.ui) You Meant thu Nous?
No; what Is 11?
Tho Chicago & Alton railroad is going
AusuSt lif"6 skej'ej's t0 Kvw Vork. vlty.