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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, AH GUST 23, 1892 SEDALIA BAZOO .hi iawn tY Tie J. 3isi(iootwiQFTMneC uiao? TelB , OF KVKWBIPIIOS : Dllr. Including Suali T.per rest. ,.. 16 00 Sunday edition per ye.. Weekly, 2 namoen,per rear. . .. Daily, Ueli ihted per week , .. . .. a so 1 oo is IIWS DSALESS Begularly supplied it 1 cents per copy. IjAll - ecnptloas payable in advisee, and dls onliauel itet d it tliuo pld for. HOW TO HID lour, t BemltUnce nay be made by dialt, meet J jrder or registered letter, at oar r.tt. Give poti ifflce 1 s ta lull, Including itate and tountr, ind address j. west Goodwin, Prealdentand Manager. Official Paper of the City of Sedalia TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business office- 48 DEMOCRAT 10 TICKET. Preident-GROVER CLEVELAND. Vice-President A. E. STEVENSON. Uovrroor WILLIAM J STONE. Lieut Go vernor-JOHN B O'vtEARA. Secretary of Site A. A. LE-UEUR. Aiditor JAMES M. SEIBERT. Treasurer LON V. STEPHEN""5. Attorney General FRANK .VALUER. Rulraad Cow'r-JA.ME- COUGILL. . "I C. B. Mr-AFEE. Electors N D THURMOND. Circuit Judge RICHARD FIELD. Criminal Jwlg JOHN E RYLA.ND. Congre'sman JOHX T HEARD, (-ate Senator C. E. YEATER Representative R. W. PRIG ORE. Judge Eastern Dis-R. E FERRU-ON. Judge Western District H. CON WAY. Sheriff JAMES S. HOPKINS. Collector M 1CII A EL DOH ERTY. Treasurer JOSEPH '. HUGHE-. Cciunly Attorney W. D STEELE. Coroner-EMIL MUEHL. Survejor-T O. STANLEY. Ars&sor J M. LO(JAN Administrator J R C LOP TON. Contable-W. I) WALLACE. Another ir in lS'Jo. Nobody lias any objection to its raining now. The Seventh Day Adventists are largely with u?. Yeslenlay was a successful cloae of a successful fair. Paved streets help wonderfully to make up a prosperous ci y. Now get ready for tbe recorJ-breik-i-ig fair of lSdo, at Sedalia. Now that the fair is over, lei's con Verse about that convention hall. Like everything else Sedalia under takes, the ftir wis a shining suc:es?. The peopje of Sedalia struck it lich when the' d severed the kite-shaped track. Sedalia will i.ow reaJi out for the Springfield, Marsh-ill, Sedalia ard Northern road. II. (Jr. Dun & Co , in their weekly review, lake a very hopefnl view of the business outlonk. Mr. Blaine is really going to speak after all at Skowhegau, on "The Industrial Future ol Mtiue." Gov. Bu'hduau has deserted the democratic part)-. The hist ha cm do now is tu go over to ths miners. The thou?an Is of vieifors to the ftir during the wejk were highly please ! with the fair and ihe Qiitcn City. All hail to H-l Pointer and Nancy Hanks! As i miners they are second only to Cleveland aim Stevenson. There is not a democrat iu Pettis county who will vole for Bill Warner, Esq. Put lhit in your pips and smoke it. Pettis c tuuty is only asked to con tribute S60.00J to build the S. M. S. & N. railway. No trouble to raise that small annunt. Tennessee would be all right if she had Andrew Jackson at the helm of State. "By the eternal," he would Boon settle with the rioters. The democrats all over the country are in favor of an aggressive cam paign in the Northwestern states, and will subscribe liberally to the fund. No Warner man, boiling with en thusiasm his yet offered to cover that $1,000 bet at the office of the Kansas City Times that Stone will beat War ner 10.000 votes. Ex-Gov. Gray, of ludiana, is doing good work for the democratic nation al ticket. He has already made a half c 7.211 speeches, and his time is engaged on the stump up to election ' day. J The democratic rally in St. Louis next Thursday gives every evidence of being a lively one. Extensive pre parations are being made for the oc commodation and entertainment of thousands. GeD. B. M. Prentit? evidently doesn't stick as close to the sword pre sented him by the Twenty-third Mis souri regiment as he doea to the re. publican party. It was recovered from a Quincy pawn shop. The canvass in the Ninth congress ional district between Norton and Clark is very exciting, and large audi ences greet tbe speakers at each ap pointment. The indications now are more favorable to Norton. A very interesting meeting of the Teachers Institute of the county will begin a two weeks session here next Monday. It promises not only a large attendance but mtny matters of importance are docketed for dis cussion. Some predictions have been made that the people s party in North Caro lina might be strong enough to take the stite out of the democratic column, but all reliable advices are to the contrary. The force bill will couiiuue a solid smith. The Bazoo comes out with a flat footed "Hurrah for Jeflers'm City." It has a democratic club more than SOO strong ai:d it proposes to attend the Sedalia meeting with music and Hying banners. If tl:e B.u o liaaever said anythiug mean aboui Jcflertou City, it was only iu a joking waj On the occasion of the republican state rally here, birroonis were turn ed into bedroom. Gazette. There was coofiderable drunken ness, for a fact, but the Gizette is too hard on its fellow pa'riots. Very few wire to be een sprawling out ou bir rotmi ll wjrs. Hon. Jon. T. Heard returned ."rom Washington several days :ig, and will remain here until after the meet ing of Auu-t 30th, on which peca- ii' n tie will lie oce ot the si)cakeis Mr. Heard is fresh from the Con gressional bittle field at Washington, is well posted on the political situa tion aid will not only interest his audience but will deliver sme telling b!ow3 in the interest of Cleveland and Stone. Wurner will heur something drop with a dull and heavy thud when he gi ts the paiticulars of the great demo cratic dcinons'ralion in St. Loir's, AtiguM. 25. snd in Sedalia, Augu-t 30. Col. nel Stone will have soim thing to say ihen which cannot fail to be r,f interest to Warner and his Ilod manV.ers. Republic. The demonstrations will be the larg est ever htld in the p dltical history of the stte, and will double discount the republican afi.ir of July 27th, at thi3 place. The democracy of the state has been well iu formed id the fact that Gui A. E S:eveusoti, the demo cratic candidate for vice-president wi:l speak t th- grand rally at Sedalia, on Tne'dij-, Aug. 30th, and that Hon. W. J. Sto- e, the democratic candidate fur governor, would also addre-s the people on that day. The siete commitiee 1ms also invited Sena tor Geo. G. Vest to spe k on that oc casion. It will be a nutter of con gratulation to every democrat to learn that on yesterday. Senator Vest per sonally assured Mr. Thos. Mitchnm, chairman of the local committee, that he hid accepted the iuvitation and would positively be present and make a democratic address. The people of Pettis c mnty are in high glee. They have good reason to be. Hon. A. E. Stevenson, the democratic candidate for the vice preBidsncy has signally favored them with an app -intment at this place tbe only one he will make in this elite. In addition they will be hon ored with the presence of Hon. W. J. Stone, democratic candidate for gov ernor, Senator Vest and other dis tinguished speakers and loyal demo crats. It will be the largest and most enthusiastic meeting ever held by any political party in the state of Missouri. Tbe local committees are untiring in the work of arrangements, and nothing will be left undone to induce Ihe presence of thousands, or for their comfort and entertainment when they Cime. The people of Sedalia and Pettis County hare a pride in this matter which will result in its being the event of the year. in power in 1873 it found a State bonded indebtidness of 820,853,000 bearing interest of G and 7 per cent per annum. During tbe past twenty years the debt has been reduce 1 to 86, 830,000. bearing interest at three and one-half per cent. Tbe rate of taxaction was 50 cints on 8100. It has been reduced to 25 cents. A De mocratic constitution has stopped the pernicious extravagance of issuing bonds for corporations which cm maintain themselves. The Democrii - -..- r.i n- r i Knight of Pythias of the world, hold ticadminstraiionof the affairs of this'. ,. ,. ,J . ., . Ino tlii liifliiwt. twv.it inn nttmniililt) 11 State has been conducted upon such an economic il and business like plan that state and county expenditures hive beeu reduced lo a nominal sum. Missouri can not afford the luxury of a Republican administration whose record in this state has been a record of extravagance and plunder. The announcement is made that Senator Hill wi'l stump New York in October for the democratic ticket, giv- ing most or m time to the interior ot the state. Of course Senator Hill cvcrJ' road running into Kansas City will be most useful to the ticket in his iwiU h:!vca ram Kansas City .every half hour. The rush to on state, but if he would go into morrow, while it will not bo as some of the doubtful states of the west he could be Of great Service (O th - party. H-s p.e.-heain the west in'and St. Louis will eDinc in in from l. ......:,, f 1011 ,rrP ,.fl 'ihrofito live sections. .nt f the r --- - should "ive as inucli of his time possible to tbe cunpaign. T:.c thirteenth aiinuil meeting of the Missouri Slate Fair association is among ihe thing of the past. The predictions of a brilliant success were more than vi rifi d. The management has every reason to feel gratified and the th .usands of vi-itors re iir.iiuse. in their cxpressi'Uis of satisfaction. A kind providence smiled most benig uansly. The wtatlier was ad that could li-ivsj been desired, and ""e lialiana arc more tbau grateful. T'se spkndid programme whs cirried out faithfully and the attractions fully satisfiid the immense nuti c uric. Throughout, the i.ttci.dai.c. was fine end on thebigday" Thurs- twe and resulted 111 the trumpll OI I increase -,uj; specie, ueercasavi.o.v,- fair; ,,rices unch insed. No. 2 winter. 6s t'.e democratic ticket or at lea't con-'h',1 bantu to will have 0M ; legal tenders .decrease S1.121.4X); de- j- No. 3 spring Cs 1. Corn-Holders Lit. iie.uut.rmii. ulm.i, or ai leu i lo.i- jd three specials frui Kansas points 'pots, decrease ?S U,3D): circulation, in- 0gcr moderately. Prices d lower tribute to tint triumph. Senator j Monday morning, and will also bring' crease $37,100. The banks now hold 1',- spot) j. .Bgust. -Is; ltiid- September 4s rr-i i i ' in a lar"e crowd Suiid-i- ni-'ht. Tho in excess of the re-iuirements of tbe , iivd- CV4nK.p 4 im ' Hill is a stroi-g stump speaker and j J. . Ijr7 . . . , '""- "'o"1- ! -, IK.r mic. ' UclolK-r' u day-it wou'd lis no txairgernlion t',!tle ;fruIU, lixl Responses will bo p ace the number re?ent at 20.000. ', made by Supreme Urami Chancellor The kite-shaped treck proved nine Slmv and other prominent IJythlani t . 1 1 J uestlav afternoon at I o clock the toaii even its most stngiiiuc friends grand parade of the I'nifortn Rank claimed, Btul from tbe time tbe fi st Uc. I,,ac J??,rly ,:i,.OU0. Sir . . . ; Knights in full uniform and aliout tiool struck the turf im Monday even - ing until the closing of yi&terd.-yV rac s, the interest was intense and uu abatiiig. PnsidentN. II. Gentiy.tbc able, popular and tfiicient chief, backed by an admirable directory, may well congratulate themsel ves iiim s successful termination. They have 1. bored tinwcarhdly and have nlways acted to the community and visitors iu a spirit of perfect fairmss No pains or ixpense hasleenspHie! by them to render the occari u a pleasant and attractive as possible. Iu a great measure also was the favorable betrinuiuL' and termination due to the'nahaii and staff, will oeeur. Review W I untiring energies, unfailing courte sies, and superb capabilities of Mr. A . L. Burr, the secretary of the association. At all tinirs and under all circumstances has lie called to his aid every energy and every auxiliary to make success more certain. No association has ever had a morefaiihlulorcompetentsecretary, or one who has accomplished more. A MOTHER'S MISTAKE. Vo'her frequently make a mistake in neglecting tbe co'iph of a child. A Fort Wayne, Ind., lady writes: My little daughter. 6 years old, had a severe couch, hut as it was nothing unusual, I tliouxbi nothing of it, aad allowed it to run o for four or five weeks, wbeu it became so ob stinate she began losing flesh. I called in a physician who treated ber three woks without benefit A neighbor insisted ol my trying Ballard's Horehound Sirup; it relieved her from the first dose and she be gan gaining flesh rapidly, when she had used two bottles her cough had entirely disappeared. I would not be without it. It does not constipite my children. Ral lard's Horehound Sjrnp is free from opiates. It is the most soothing Throat and Lung medicine in tbe world. Pricv, 50c and $1.00. Fot sale bv Orrersteei, tht I Druggiu. THE PYTHIANS. Vushinq TO KANSAS CITY FROM ALL POINTS. SUPREME CHANCELLOR ARRIVES, rhe Official Programme Aa Mapped Oat for the Entertainment of the Knight During Pythian Week The lllg Parade to Take I'lace Tuesday at 4 O'clock The Other f Feature Promised. Kansas CiTr, Ma, Aug. 20. George B. Shaw, supreme chanccll or of the srder of the Knights of Pythias, ar rived here at 8:25 o'clock this morn- 1 , ing, coming from his home in Eau . Claire, Wis. He is the chief of i Claire, Wis. Ho is the chief of the the order. He was accompanied by a few mcm- bersof the Supreme lodge of the order. While the thousands of the Uniform rank are hurrying to Camp Shaw, these representatives of the order will meet in council to discuss existing laws and proposed laws which must govern the Knights of Pythias for the world for the next two years. SThc great bulk of the Knights of Pythias excursionists will arrive in Kansas City Monday. They are al ready arriving, and thousands will come in to-night and to-morrow, but MDnday will be the big day. Almost great as that of .Monday, will test the TV' - 'r' ! "T V . " ,,U VllLllI. 1 J i 11 LI .1111 1 1 1 f 1 11 1,1111.111 . - , : . sneeis frmi,, flirt HMCl frtMtl.ti ,,, i-nln ... ..V 4.J ... t...l.,.. .. f... ..,. .. 'I'l... V.. .Ullli ...llllU, .tl lll-fil. iiu ..u- braska division will conu in on two special tr:iius over the Itiirlingtoii Monday morniug. The Iturliugton w"ll also have a iiuinbjr if other tpecials on that day. The ollieial programme for next week is as follows: Monday, August 22 The brigade, regiments and division-, of the Uni- form Itauk go into camp at Camp Shaw. All bfiirade cooiinanders r Krt to the major general; division commanders to brigade commanders; all commissary ollieers to the com- ' misary general; and all quartermas ters to the quartermaster general. tiTucsday morning. Aug. 23. At 10 o'clock, reception to supreme lodge at Gram! opera houc. Mavor Cowi.erd ... ,l , , -. , , ,, . willtvelcome the lodge in behalf of iiiu cuv, viuvenior rruucis in uoiiuilui i the state, Major Warner in behalf of the Kansas City Knights and Grand rs... .,....! t. ... p -m it : l. 'sventy - tive bands are expected to par ticipate in the parailj.wlncti will be tile most magnificent military spectacle ever seen in the nest. 'l'....vil-if ni.rlit t)i.,n. will 1... n .rr-,n,1 tlislilav isrilav of 55.O00 worth of fireworks at Exposition park. The general admis sion will be 25 cents and a tine musical I programme will le rendered in addi tion to the drill or cracK divisions ot the Uniformed Rank. Wednesday morning, August 21, will mark the opening session of the supreme lodge at Scottish Rite hall. The prize drills at the Reposition park will begin Wednesday morning' and continue through the week. There has lieen placed in a local bank 7,725 in cash for prizes in these drills. Ou Wednesday afternoon the grand review and field inspection of brigades, under direction of Major General Car- "It ...1... 1 . , . -1 1. T- .. . iviii i.iiu iiai.- n t t cn.t:i uii Fifteenth street, extending from Campbell street to camp ground. Wednesday will bo Knights of j Pythias day at Washington park and me management nas maim uaiuu.nivu preparations to make the day a memo rable out. Thursday afternoon. Auirust 25. the errand narade of the fire tlcoartmcnt. with an exhibition of the methods in use by Chief Hale. The supreme lodge will be the special guest of the depart ment on this occasion. Thursday night there will be a sec ond display of fireworks at Exposition park. Friday. August 2(3, will be Knights of Pythias day atCusenbary park, with an elaborate programme, including a ham battle and other special attrac tions which are being arranged. Friday night there will Ims a grand sham battle of the Third regiment nt Exposition park, in whi -h two divisions of the Uniform Rank will take part Saturday. August 27. the award, of prizes will be made and final ceremo nies of breaking camo. From the French. Poultry doalor How did you liko the goose's liver jou had yesterday? Young housekeeper It was very nice, indeed. I want another one. but from tho samo coose, remember. i Toxas Sifting. for Infants and Children "Caatorta 1 so well adapted to chiUrrn thai I Caxtorla cuttt Colic. ConrtlpaHon. I rtvonunen.l ito superior to any prescription I Sour Stouiach, Durrhft'a. Eructatioc known tome." H. A. Andrea. 31. D . I "P"1. IP. aaJ pror-iocea 111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. FINANCE AND TRADE. BIO DECREASE IN THE NEW YORK BANK RESERVES. THE SPECULATIVE GRAIN MARKET. Wheat Decline Nearly a Cent Corn Hold ing Ita Own 100,000 HuilicM or Cah Wheat Taken at Kama City Chi cago Closing Caih Price The Lire Stock Market Spec ulative Gouli. Nb-v Yong, Aug. 20. Money on call in . juin a civ mi3v :il i t TN?r cent. Sterling exchange was steady, with J receipts, corn. 2J.;0 ba; shipments. 12 actual business m b inkers' bills at M.sOJ nmi, -i,..c,.i, r.... - Itamlltaw nt, m i . - 1 ' c wcly h. ,nk ' the New ! 01 "r3' lsSU.ed t0 i hJ. .thcsu icnanges: iieserve,ujcreaso53,oVi..7.i;loins. Cloiin prices on the stock exchange were as follows: r- lay. To iUy. Vim- day. liy Atrhiivin ... C II. & Q... C.CfJ:M.I I). U4V, LnkeMiore 1- X M. K. A T.. Jin. I'nci&c. Mnniti.hn... .Vnnhnttan.. Jfnv-y tVn.. New Kn.... N. I'ai-itie... Ill si.'i lms lifJUitlock I-lsnd. 0'i t. I'ual ... 1'nion I'ac. Vnlrll p'd.. W. Union... ;t, -"' 4 21S mii i3i nf W' p,!?',j7ij 'J'im SS'jH'liicno (in. KX W.'i s.ac-ir Trait. 1 t r.s.o.1. li-.i t;i 137'; l37Vltieh Ter . lit1, 12l',;l)i-liC F. 31 I 31 Silvr. 21 I SI jI.ind?10.T. si;! v.SiiMii Com... t3, ua Ijoiul prct.. 17 I H I ;, :- -3V 'i Si i 31' i I (1 N.I"aciticpfJ J. A , ljcailin- :i:ai.v .ii.i;kcts. K.::ns Cur. hard wheats on Mo.. Vlian; Aug 2). Sample :c tonlay wore Ho "vr s"mC , 'r;'tl,i r 1 yc?'?r f I were active and fully 4 0.VO bu of regular No.SLjrU wllCit wns ukc -t ct'.'Xc (iifilc: o. Shard wheal, old. 5!57c; "rr-, '4,W3,wT?'ior Vun h,3 iyie:d of wheat is placed a: 2J ba p.-r T,la' ' " u.-r.-, against 27 bu ia ISJl, oafs at 43 bu Low erodes so!d very siouly. j ba aad bjr; ., Price were quoted as folloxvs- 3, . bu ta l . naru u.u, i (w .c; new, 1,1 'il,, fr,.!nn: !.U.cin. new, ono,c: No 4 hard wheat 52 evident that theiv U a coasiderable iuan-G..iH.-: rejec ed hard wheat 4lM.,lo; No 2 ,u of coru ia ha w no. ,'ise, red wheat, t.l .r.. (c: .No Jrel wheat,old l0 urrIi;J on lhomlr:iot uader theprei. tejWte; ncw.Urfblc; .No 4redwhe.it, 51 ent ula;rlainU attnlin? the growiny 'y , , ... crop. If a crop of 1,! 0.0J ,0)) be should Sales . by sample on clianj.- on the baU K tarwttd. even thou,-h tb denciency of the Mi-si,,q.pi river. K.uu. ,icT- u-maiay 0r wholly in the surplus states, No. 2 hardxvht,ocur.verychoiceearly. ;,hUoMcorn with the lesH-ued require-U-c; 1 car, ..-4c; 1 rer. i..,Vc: a. ca. 1 ,,.,,.,, ,..., ..illTWr t,..K.v,th !'; - Cars. 0. l'-c: 2 cars. iitJ.c: 20 ars. t,7c: 50 cars' I rV"u!ar-2l wra and H3.A bu.C7Vc; u. i iiura uiicai, 1 tar. tkj: u cars Hie: No. 4 hard wheat. 1 car, C0c: re'eeted, 1 car, 51) lbs. touh, tVc Soft Wheat Na 2 red wheat. 2 cars choice, 7.V; 1 car. 71!tfe; 3 cars. 7Ie; 2 cars. 70c; No. :l red wheat, 1 car, OCc, 1 car, 67e; I car jioor, 3le. Cons Was firm at alut yesterday's ruling prices. Demand was good and very little corn was shown on 'change. Clos ing cash prices were: No. 2 white, St'jiSIJc, according to billing; No. 3 white, Mji.lOc; no grade, 42c; No. 2 mixed, -iGc; No. 3 mixed, 45c; No. 4 mixed, 42'.43e; no grade. i9'I40j. Mixed corn sold at 47c Mississippi river. On the call No. 2 mixed corn, first, half of September delivery, sold at 44rt?44Jc and No. 2 white, August delivery, at 50J c51c. Oats Were firm. Offerings were light and demand fair No. 2 mixed sold at27 (H8c;NaS at2i552.SJtc, No. 4, 25Jt2Kc; No. 2 white, old, sold at 31c; No. 3 white, at tOe. Kte Was steady. No. 2 new sold at 00c. river; No. 3 new at 56357c, river. No. 4. Flaxseed Steady, .&3c, river. 9oc, according to billing, ou the basis ot pure: small lots 2c less. Baax Strong, 55 257c, according to billing, 100 lb sacks. Hat Receipts, 13 cars. Market strong. Quotations are: Timothy' choice, $9; No. 1. $3.50; No. 2, 17.5J per ton; fancy prairie, new, $G.5)(a7; good to choice, $56; low grade, $4,645. Chicago. Cbicaoo, Aug. 20. Tno rana of prices foractlve futures are as follows: Aug. 2a Hlgh'.tjLowt.tgalg.t Ygy- WngAT No2 Aug 75,V 74 74 Titf Soot 75Ji 75M h)i 75J Dec.. Ti 7ii 7S 78 Corn No, 2 Sept t24 51K 52 523 Oct hi 51 52 52 May SS KJK M 53 Oats No. 2 Sept 34tf 33? S4K S3?tf Oct SM?j aii ZH S3H May. ... 3;, 30?,' 37H SoJtf Pork brL Sept 11 40 11 12 11 30 11 37K Oct li 47H 11 -0 It 37 11 47X Jan 12 70 12 5(1 13 00 12 70 Lakd-?1oOQiI 1 Willi uu Tu CksTita Cor-, Murray Street, W-T. scp:. ... Oct Jan.. 7 ) 7 SO 7 15 7 7TM 7 77? 7 77ll 7 77X, 777 7 Si) 7 13 7S7J 7 12V 7 15 Ribs fawn. bept Oct Jan 7 S5 S2?i 7 85 7 72 C 57 6 50 j '3 o7X . 6 S?K Receipts in Chlcajj- to-day Wheat, 571 cars; corn, 2.S cars; oats. 329 cars. EstimiU-J recjip: to-raorrow Whaat, 90) cars; corn. 4iMcars; ous. 3i0 caw; hogs. 17.-O0 head. Chicago Clolng cah Prices. Cnicioo, Aug. 2. Wheat No. 2sprinft 5?i'c; No. 2 red, 75c. Corn No. 2, 5JJc; No. 2 yoliow, 5UJJc; No. 3 new, 50e; No. 3 yellow, new, OaU No. 2 cash.3Mti'c Timothy Seetl Cash, il.53; September, $!.C0. Mess Pork Cash, new, fll.25;11.5). Lard Cash, new, 7.S).."57.S5. ShortRibs-Cash.f 7.0iS. Rye 31c; Seii tember. tile. Flaxseed St.OO; Septem ber.il.OO. Barley 3e: September, C3e. St. I.oui. Mo.. Au. St. Locis. 20. Receipts. .ri.... urn uu .i.t. .... .vx.. , I .o; IXwmDor. .3 Com-Casa, 47c; September, 4c AVIieat anil Corn In Liverpool. LivEiii-oou- Aus. 2 '.Wheat Djmand Golp for Speculator. Minneapolis received 251 cars of vhesjl ind Duluth 31 cars yesterday. Deliveries of loj,0it) ba wheat on Au rust contracts were nude at Chicago yes- tenlny altcnioon. I I Wheat has not bm so low in fifteen years as it was yestenlay. with the single j jxeeptioa of 15S7, when the Fidelity bank blUIUi'SUU. The four A'lantie ports cleared yesterday 37.I.0OO ba waeat, rj pkgs flour, 10I.OJ) bu coni. 7s,52) bu oats. Reports of both xvheat and flour froai both coasts this weeU ajrs related 3.75),0J0 bu. aialnst 4,U;,U0:) bu the preeedia week anu ;.70).o 0 ba a year ago. At tiie principal markets yesterday re relpts of whait wore 1,700,01)3 ba: ship ments, l.'Vil.OCO ba: receipts corn, 24?,CC2 ba: shipments, 20,7-7 bu. Moaitoba's gnin crops are estimate! as foUows: wheat, :9,3'0,0)J bu: Oats, 14,3TO.W bu; barley, a,I43.00J bu. The ' the fo'lowin-onlnion 01 rom? It U nnit 1 and the large Iny crop, s.vured in good .' " , . , condition, will ai 1 in suppl;. ing all neces sities on a basis short of cs;ocial!y high prices. KANSAS C1TV LIVJi STOCK. Kan 15 Citv. M.r, Aug. 2J. Cattle Re ceipts, I5.VM; e lives, 3H: shipped y ester Jay. 2,255: calves, 30'. Th3 market for itecrs was steady to 10c higher; cows steady; Texas Cattle steady. The follow ing are representative sales: I)i:Esst:i 112EF AND SUIITINO STEEK4. No. t. I rian. No. WL Vriaa. i. 1,461 5 (M 44. ....1,70 4 4J 20 .....1.220 4 15 S'J I.:i71 4 01 43 Col. .1.25!) 3 87)1 Kl Col. .1,301 3 6. 41 1,310 450 S ...1,:I5S 4 50 1,32-1 415 4 Col..l.:il 3 95 SI Cot. .1,301 3 75 COWS AND UEITERS 7 1.U13 f 20 2:1 33 15 913 li 931 2 815 1 1.(170 3 25 2 0 2 25 2 20 1 70 1 45 1 25 23 . 24 o) 4 7 sir 91)3 915 SW1 747 937 821 2 35 230 215 22l 1 45 14) 1U0 2S0 TEXAS AND INDIAN STEEKS. 23 1,050 7S l,02t 119 1,i:i5 a 00 2 81 106 54 952 19 9i6 23 873 10. 78 33 816 270 2 63 253 215 2 05 2 00 180 175 175 160 75 961 2 65 23 cS9 t SO 2j 7J1 2 10 TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS. 14 193"." 31 101...-. . 29 31 civs.. 44 civs.. 25 civs.. 4cs&cs lc&c.. lbull..i f3) 644 721 752 67 472 2 00 25 807 1 85 SI 714 1 75 3 ,736 1 75 21 ?665 1 70 59 604 1 30 MIXED. 8 50 41Tclvs 8 00 4 7 75 15clvs.. ( 7 43 7 00 5Tclvs (.J 5 00 'ii 75 lc&c.. (a 33 00 (S 2r. 00 1 cow. Ot 21 00 ,461 1 9) lbuU..l,090 1 n 1 bull.. 1,030 1 65 1DUU..1.-J.O 1 M Hoxs Receipts, 3,596; shipped yea to r- day, S30. The market for good hog waa steady; others weak. The following are representative sales: Mo. WU I'rlea. So. Wu Price. No. Wt. Price. 612(3s .67J$57S8S 5 65 47 241 560 57 2.S 5 60 65 132 5 60 59 277 560 TiXfJ 555 177 2 2 550 59 230 550 74 2!! 5 50 74 2(9 5 JO 44 191 55) 75 ia: 5 5 44 173 535 105 lkO 525 7,' i.7 5 21 57 175 5 15 18 U6 505 72 I26 50) 3) lHi 4 9) 10 150 475 With out iujurinus medication.