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THE ST.' LOUIS REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. JULY 19. 1901
W H TASK. President CEO 12. ITOrrttAN Cashier.
. R. TRANCIS, Ice. President R T bTCl'.OI OV sss t CasNer.
. A. 1 feHAPLEIGH. 2d T. ica President. D A PHlLLII'b. 2d ,u t Cashier.
The Merchants-Laclede National Bank
OF ST. LOUIS.
Condented Statement of Condition at Close of Business June 9, 1904.
Cosh and Sight Exchange
Loans Payable on Demand .
" " at Fixod Datoi
United States Bonds
Other Bonds, Stocks, etc
Capital Stock . . -
Surplus and Undivided Profits (Earnod)
United Statos Bond Account -
Deposits, Individual- -56,963,499.39
" United Statos - 300,730.00
t( Trust Co's - 261,997.90 37,528,
Banks and Bankors 5,487,
TO THE HOLDERS OF
Consolidated IVJtge. 4 Gold Bonds, due July I, 1911,
First Consolidated Income Bonds, due Jan. 10, 1939,
Second Consolidated Income Bonds, due Jan. 10, 1939,
Collateral Trust 4Hb Gold Bonds, due Feb. I, 1907,
Mexican Central Railway Company, Ltd.
In conjunction with tho Mexican Central Rallw-aj Securities Co. Ltd., which
owns $37,500 000 of tho Consolidated Mortgage Tour Per Cent. Gold Honda o tho
Mexican Central Railway Compan, Ltd, (being upwards of a majority of such
bonds now outstanding), wo hae for somo tlmo last been making efforts to secure
the protection of tho interests of the bondholders In our opinion, these have be
come seriousl jeopardized and tho time ha" now como for united action.
Wo have, therefore, at the request of tho Securities Company and other holders
of the Tour Per Cent Gold Honds and Income Bonds, consented to act for the
purpose of protecting the interest" of tho bondholders of all classes, and to under
take, should it becomo necessary, tho preparation of n plan for the reorganization
of the Railway Company or the readjustment of its securities
Holders of bonds of the Hallway Company of nil claes are requested to de
posit their bonds with the Kn.lirA1II.12 'I HIST collV, NO. 15 -,... IT
WIIECT, M31V lOIIIv, Depositary, or with Its agents in London, SI'IliIIR
ntlOTIIEllS or its agents in Boston, the UlMs Tiuvr COMPANY, or Its agents
In St. Louis, the MEIlONTIl.E 1 HI ST GOMlM, under an agreement, dated
May 12, 1904, which has been signed by lu Deposits of Collateral Trust 4U per cent
Bonds will also bo received bv Messrs HOI'E $- CO., Amsterdam, and of other
classes; of Bonds by Mesrs 'IEIEIHV I)E 1IATTOV IIIIOTIIEUS. Amsterdam.
Certificates of Deposit will bo issued for deposited pecunllcs. and application
will be made In due courso to list theso on the New Yoik and London Stock Ex
changes. Tho agreement, copies of which may ho obtained at our offices or from the
Depositary, provides that holders of Ccrttlcates of Deposit will be entitled upon
surrender of their certificates to withdraw without charge the securities repre
sented thereby within twentv daj-s after publication of notice, from us that a plan
and agreement has been approved by us and lodged with tho Depositary.
We urgo tho prompt deposit of securities In order that their xaluo may be.
properly protected, and reserve to ourselves tho right to terminate the privilege
of deposit at any time without previous notice.
Kuhn, Loeb & Co., Spayer & Co.,
HEW YORK AMD LONDOft, 3IAV IS, ltlO.
- To the Holders of the Capital Stock of the
MEXICAN CENTRAL RAILWAY COMPANY, iw
In Tiew of the large floating debt of the company, of the recent effort to
clMiify the Board of Directors without pravioui notice to the stockholder),
and of the published call by Bankers for the deposit of bonds for the protection
of the interests of the bondholders of the Company, it seems necessary that a
committee should be formed for tha protection of the inttreits of the stock
holders, aid we hive, at the request of holders of considerable atnoants of
stock, consented to act as inch committee.
An agreement for this purpose has accordingly been prepared, dated May
E4, 1904, copies of which can be obtained at the ofnee of the Depository, Central
Trust Company of New York, No. 54 Wall Street, New York City, and at the
agency of the Depository, Old Colony Trust Company, Ames Building,
Holders of stock may deposit the same under said agreement with the De
pository in the City of New York, or in Boston at its said agency. Stock deposited
stay be withdrawn, withoat charge, as provided in the agreement. Certificates of
tho Depository will be issued for the stock deposited, and an application will be
made as soon as practicable to hve such certificates listed upoa the New York
The right is reserved to terminate the privilege of deposit at any time
without previous notice.
Dated, New York, May 24. 1904.
WILUIAn, I,. BULL, New York, Chairman,
ROBERT B. VAN CORTLANDT, New York,
GERALD L. HOYT, New York,
OORDON ABBOTT, Boston,
F. Q. BANBURY, Bart. Al. P., London,
FRED. C. RANDALL, 54 Wall Street, Secretary.
ADRIAN H. JOLINB, Counsel.
STOCK MARKET SHOWS
GOOD DIGESTIVE POWER.
'ABSORBS LARGE SELLING
TO TAKE PROFITS.
In Spite of Liberal Offerings
Prices Hold Firm and Close
New York. July 18. Very large selling to
tako profits occurred to-day, but the stock
market showed good digestive power and
recovered from the pressure and started
on a new upward course. This result un
doubtedly had an Important reassuring ef
fect upon speculative sentiment, which
was somewhat apprehensive of a reaction,
even In quarters where great confidence
on the strength of the market exists.
The extent and tho duration of the ad
vance are such that professional attention
waa awakened for a pauso in tho rise to
day. The strong closing last week, after
the treat aotivlty and considerable ad
Vance in prices which had been Been, was
counted, on with confidence to bring In a
large accumulation of orders over Sunday,
which would likely bo executed In the
opening dealings with the result of caus
ing a strong opening. But It was
znucn icarea uulc w.iu u uuo
professional selling to take advantage
of this outside demand disposed of the
market would be left In an unprotected
position and open to attack by the pro
fessional traders to recover their holdings
sit t. lower level of prices.
The most obvious profit-taking was con
ducted In the Pacifies. St. Paul and United
States Bteel preferred. But It was ac
companied without serious Inroads upon
the prices of any of these stocks except
Stilted States Steel preferred, and part of
lem enjoyed a considerable advance a f ter
tho fo-st realizing waa over. The effect
.was to encourage new commitments
A-strong sentimental Influence was ex-
frte by the resumption of the advance of
nnsylvanla after a period of proflt
taklnsr following a previous advance.
Tha fact that the price rose quite easily
through. 120 was regarded as an auspicious
augury for the market It will be remem
bered that the $75 000000 stock isue was
underwritten at 120. and aa the fall below
that slicmetl a loss on those subscriptions
It has been assumed that there were ery
large holdings waiting to get out when
the stock should recover to that price
This proved not to be the case to-day.
The realizing in United States Steel
preferred waa facilitated by reports of
the reopening of the mills at Homestead
The trunk lines also were benefited by tho
favorable color of tho weekly traffic re
ports of ofllcials in that territory. Other
wise the rise In stocks had littlo news to
Toroign markets wero sufferers from
tho reported diplomatic friction which has
resulted from Russian acts toward the
ships of neutral nations, and the same
cause helped to lift the price of wheat
Officials of 'Western railroads quite ucner
nlly ndmltted the halt In business reviv al.
which has been caused by tho reported
damage to tho wheat crop and tho dan
cer that another period of business hesi
tation may be thereby caused This did
not present a 2-point rise In Atchison,
which placed It In the leadership of the
The Irreconcilable attitude of the par
ties to the meat packers' strike disap
pointed hopes held last week of an early
adjustment Money continued very easy
and the Subtreasury paid out J1.7S3 000 on
nccount of newly arrived Japanese gold
deposited at San Francisco.
Renewed pressure to tako profits In the
Pacifies. St. Paul, tho Kries. Ontario and
Western and United States Steel pre
ferred In the final hour caused a material
reaction in the market, carrying the last
two stocks a point below last week, but
tho market steadied again and closed
Irregular. . .
Bonds were nomewhat irregular and not
verv active Total sales, par alue, 12,
799.000 United States bonds were un
changed on call.
Reported by Wbltaker & Co.. No 154 North
New Tork ,.2uc prem 49c prem.
Chcaeo 15c prem 20c prem
Cincinnati 10c dls par
loutsvltle - 10c dls pur
New Orleans 10c dls par
Oilmen Stock Market.
Reported by G If, "Walker . Co , No 307
North Tourth street.
Biscuit com. ........
.... 47 47?,
DO Pfd. "'r-fi! 11
Ctti.ecrrr : 4,a 4"i
DO pfd. Cliff -U-
TRACTION BONDS ADVANCE;
OTHER ISSUES ARE DULL.
VOLl'.Mi: OF Ti:IHN(i
IimMineiit Interest in the Local
I.is( Shows Xn Sibils ol
Txtcal lu unties wer practlrjllj at a
suuulslill iti jeMrnHj's marKei 'lhfie
was onlj siattireil trading 'Ihi. wjs
malnlj hi small lots, of bt Iuis Transit,
which ojioikhI okj it $1212" inil clnspj
with s lies it $12. 'llu I'ri'letl Kallnas
4 por tint bunds were vlUUtlj ln.i.t.r at
Other isirs wore Inactive On tl' I asia
ot bidi and offers binl. anil trust ccm
pan stocks were ubout stead) AIh f
laneous Issues were In fair d. iiiand. but
cr. firmly he! J
YESTERDAY S SPhSION.
6 lx)ut Transit $ it 76 J i: -j
I nltrd Kalln lis ; f d r-, oa tt vi
Inlcmatr Trunbll T 76 Is t7u
0-rniAn sailiw Unk 40 CO
Jatlci al It ink of CjmmerL! .Ty 70 2. to
a'ald Nation il Kank is.ni) w i
Umtmnudlt'i Trut 2Ti 00 r 0 J)
bt Ismls Lnton Trn.t 22T j.0
National inmly 1st pfd . i
Central O-til and okh tort f3 si
Amcrl'an Credit lnlfinnit 1W m
H) Walker Dry tiCuda i fU . . 107 IJ 11 W
llloar! UJIsm 5a . SS S7S
llroadna 5:1 . 101 Z5
lTist "n LouU and huh Ca . 'stO 18 K'l
Ilrcwlli KurU' un Ci . Su 7a
Orunlle-m MlUIIIo . CH s)
60 t Lmils Trnmlt at....
1 t Ixnils 1 rnnlt at
t -t louls lYanIt at
1 OJO United ltallas 4- at
$ IS 1:4
ew 1 ork Curb stntLi.
Reported e 1 II Vi'alk.r is Co, No. Ml
North 1 ourlh filreet
Bid Ask .1
. 42, 43
'.'.' 'J I
American Can com
American Lt end Irtc com
I.rltl.li iJOInnibli Col T
1-lPctrtc Uoat com
Electric ehlde torn.
Do pf 1
llavina Tobacco com,
Do 1 fd
InterhorciiKh Rani I Transit
Int Mercantllo Alarino toui .
Alackav Ccmp inj pfd
Nen Orleans lullwny com
New York Transportation . . .
Ot's rieator com . .
1'ope Mfs Co torn . .
Do 1st 1 fd.
Do :d lfl . ...
Standard Milling com
Do t fd
Seaboard Mr Line con .. .
Tennerce copper ....
Tonopah JMnlrc . .
I nltel Co; cr
v.hlte Knoli Copper . .
ht Louis Transit . .
Lnlted ltallnays of St 1-mls pfd
Brooklyn Union Gas deb in
Con (.as db is
beaboanl lr Line 5s
I h cf Mexl o it . ..
St J Mill 1st l.s
. 'J 10
loutj 101 '4
. 19 21
. 7', 10
in-'i 1 it.
Aptt nrL tuck IliKitntlun.
Netr York. Jul IS rolIiTvlni ire to da a
salej" of Etockn tn the rl(.k l.vdinj;- ehow
Irc tho htshejt and lourst mtotatljna and clos
Stocks -il(-s Hlrh.I'w I 1 1
Atchirm . . 71 7'i .64 S4
Do pfd 3 100 fS', H iii
Baltimore, nrd Ohio . 23,l toH 4I j4
Do pfd .. ir-) M n S3
Canadiui Pacillc . 00 15 15'a 12.ra
Central of Ne- Jerse 20 ie lt.5 ISj
Chs.ipeake ard Ohio . S.iw 2S 144 34
Chtcai and Alton . . luO i 40 -1i4
Do. prd . . . 210 S) tO 77
Clilcaso anl .t e"trn ISO n 144 US
ChtciRO and NurthvvcsUrn 1 '00 177 176 177
O. II i. bt I' .. .4143S148 111S
Do. pfd . . 17J
CM Term. A Tran . . r0 S1, ( 6
Do pfd . . Snl n 11'. 14-,
C C , C" St U . . . 4-10 75 71', 7
Colorado s-iuthcm . .... l.luo IS io ll1.
Do. let IW . 4W H't M ie)i,
Do Jd jifl . 1"0 21 1 S'1
Delaware and Hudson . 4 WjO lipr, 15J 161
Del. Lack 4 W.et... . W) 2U 2o0 170
Denier and Hlo Grande 41 -2, 22, .-,
Do pfd 3irfl 73 727. 73
Do 1st pfd 2.1W UJ, 624 S'.'a
Do .d Pfd . .. 1 1 0 29H -J S14
Hocklna; Y alley ... . 4 0 k? t.S 67i;
Do pfl ... I") H4 14 f't
Illinois Central . 1 7J0 U 1354 13o
Iowa Crntral . 410 11 lv. H
Do. pfd . . 200 3t,4 2-.S 36
Kimas City Soathern W Z2. i2, .2
Do pfd . 1 S00 45 434 4 IS
Irtul'Mlle and Nashilll Ell 1IB'. 114
llanlialtan L. . . . "JO 1514 151 151S
Metroro'ltnn buritlcs 2 700 i S74 874
Vet - l 1'n II . IP-, 111,
Minneapolis anl St. Iuii ;no 44 411. i
M &t ! .bauitbte M 10i 7) 70 U4
Do. pfd . . 3i.o 127 U7 l'
Missouri 1'lelfi; . -V"") "'. J3 SZ
IL. K- . T .. . . 400 lk 17-;
Do pfd . 1 5r) 40", 434 404
Nat It It cf Mei pfd . 3"i
Nw Y'crk Central 4 !M 2S H4 IS',
Norfolk and Yestcm. . 3 700 624 C! t24
Do prd. . . 5i
Ontario and Yt estern ) 1 10 3)', 24 3 14
rennnlvanii . . . 75,) 121 114 14
I. C. C & bt L iJ 63, li f2'
Iteadlnc T6 Sjo li U'i 6J4
Do 1st Pfl . !34
Do 2d ltd 1ft) .24 74 71
Itock liland Com. m 13,3)1 2J4 r.", J2',
Do pfd .6 000 7. f4 '64
St I .t b I M pfd . 7 7 51 43s; oo
bt. Lout aout!ittern. 300 n 131, 1S4
Do pfd ... art 33 224 3-"
Southern Dacilio . .. 20 7G0 51U 0. 6j',
Southern Itailnay . 17 sl 254 .4', 244
Do pri . . ..1 '"I) M', )
Terns anl I'aclno .. 2. ") -6 25', ii
T . St. I.. & YV . -K") 261, 26 2i4
Do rfl . ... -r 2'4 ."' 30
Lnien I'TCino .. 50 0) 6-, Si 9,
Do pfd 100 at'. 'J4', 5:4
Yahasfi . . 4 174 1J' 174
Do pfd . . HO In 3' i
Wheelirc and Lako Frle . '0 14 16 14
YVIsconiln CYntral . '.It) li, 13 IS'.
Do pfd 100 4)4 414 40
Mexican Central .. . 4 S 1)', S", 10
American . 2(0
United States 103
WelU ianro 200 207 2jt 20
Amansaroated i"pier. . .. 4s S0i) 54H 3 ST.
Am car and Foundry . 70) 134 13 1",
Do pfd ... 10) 7S 7H 77
American Cotton Oil .... 100 274 27i 274
Do pfd 200 JO 134 S3
American Ice . . 200 64 4 Ct,
Do pfd 27
American LJnsesd OH .. S",
Do pfd 26
Americin Loeomotll-e .. .. S 50) 234 22!i .4
Do pfd 7M 83 ili 87
Am Smelt and rtefln . . 7.S00 E7U Dn', 671,
Do pfd. . . 1.600 83 5S4 9S4
American Susar Heflnlns t.OO') 13X, 1234 l-
Anaconda MInlrit Co 800 76 73 714
Brooklyn Hal Id Transit. . 20.100 51H 105 c'
Colorado Fuel and Iron v 13 824 32
Consolidated Gas 6J0 1314 11 111
Corn I roducU . .. 1 5n) I2, 12', 12S
Do pfd 700 70 7) M
Distillers entities .... 200 23 22 -a';
General Flectrls l.W) 16C1, 164 161
lnternatloal Paper . ... 200 ic5i 13 124
Do pfd . . 18
International I'ump .. .. . 1)0 St TS 32'i
Do pfd 30 774 774 76
National Lead 1 too 24 234 23
North American "M SST4 SOU 13
Pacillc Mill 4utf 2SVi 2S4 28
People's Gas 1700 100 lu04 1l,
Pnased Steel Car W 23 T24 '3
Do pfd 600 764 7o 76
Pullman Palace Car . 220
Republic bteel 2.700 S 74 "4
Do Pfd 4 200 444 43 43
Rubber Goods . . 17'
Tennessee. Coal and Iron . 2 50) 404 Si, 394
Lnlted states Leather .. 3 400 7'i 74 74
Do pfd . . 200 8 fit, 8",
United States Ktalty . . 40) 7'i 74 74
Do pfd .. . - 3u0 6i4 624 C2
Unl'ed btates Kubber .. 1 wo 134 13 IS'i
Do pfd 600 75", 734 7SV
United Statts Steel 31 Z 12", 12 12
Do pfd E0.2O0 63 C14 624
Y eetlnKhouse Electric. . 300 163 16Y 1624
YVeftern Union 00 SS4 SS ia
Tjtal sales for tho day, 801.1C4) shares.
eiv YwrU Yloney YlarLet.
New York, Jul? IS Money on call eary, hlRh
eit l1, per cent. lowest 1. nillne rate 14. la.t
loan 14 clORlnr bid 1, orfcieJ at 14 time
money tav CO ilajn 2 rr cent &0 day 24 alx
months 334 Prime mercantile paper 34G4
Eer cent bterll-ii: exchnnga neak. with actual
u.lnes In banken bills at 4 S6S034 S6j5 for
demand and at 4 S43M4 S43 for CO-day btllt.
tostcd ratea 4 So5d4 S6 and 4 SS, commercial
bill 4 8425 IKxicin dollars 4S4c Government
bonds steadi railroad bonds irrepular
bt. Loiila 31uncy 3Inrket.
Clearings were largo and there was & fair de
mand for call and time loans with discount
rates steady between 44 and 6 ler cnt
Y'nUerday's HnnU ClcnrliiR,.
Yeerdar ;learlnt;.rtoue rtatement ,howed
clearing" i 10 616. balances tjit 316
New York. July 18 Bar stler tSSo
London. July IS Bar Bllver 2Cd
YVaMiincton J1I1 18 allable cash balance
:i:2.70o259. cold J.L418.244
Hie Ylclal YInrket.
New York Juls IS Tin was quirt and un
changed during today's sewlons In lioth tke
foreittn and domestic markets London clo--e 1
at 119 12s 6d for ipot and 120 for futureJ Hen
spot waa quoted at 26 252t 50c. Copper ruled
firm In the Lonkn market with cables show
lrur a Bdght adrance, spot closinj at 57 lis 3d
and futures f.57 10s Localb copper was firm
Lake quoted at 12.7tVtI2c; alectrolytlc 12.6:?,y
1175c. cnstlnc 12.274fll2 50c I.ead unchanged
at 11 11 2 1 In I.onilon and 4 -'"i''(i 35 in the
lcal market spPtei also unohinited In both
marl et Iindon quoted ipot it 122 .. i, 1 and
tho Kn.al quonllun was 4 8.)4 ie Iron closed
at fit at in (ilwon and ut 42.1 s-1 in Midlls
boro Loall Iron Is unchHiiCfHl No 1 f tundri
Viithetn sii riuul- Vo j foutiili. N irih-rn
S13 7ufrl4 2j No 1 roundn Smitr.rli anl No 1
foundri bouthern s ft 313,(41. . I'ljc lion
wairants are uoininal at 5)
STOCKS YM) IIOMIS IN IIOSIOY.
Boston Mas Jnlv 13 1 'uiny quotatli 11. to
day on m tn) bunds. etoO b and mining tilutes
wete us folkiwi.
Call loans 2U24 per cent time i( ans 2J44
Atchl.on adl 4 S34Meilan Cent 4.
Ateh!un 4i 1014 I
UMI.LOU) sTOi K
All his in 73i,
lu -on A Mtatt -47
ti'iston i. Maine 163
lii Mi n l'.eated 11
I HchburK ill
N N II K II
I ere Mir imtte
I mon I'm lrli
Mls( i.i.UM ill s iiorht
Am Ari,e Ciem 114
D) nfl 73
Am Pnell lube 44
m bu(,ar 12.14
lM Pfd I-"J
Am Tel & Tel IT..
Am. YYorUn 114
Do prd 77
Dom Inn (V stc.1 84
Flleon H- IU11 243
Gelitrul 1 lei trlu
Ini Gl. 41
1 nltel Fruit 106
Lulu J shu lah 41',
Do pfd a
I 4 -Merl '24
Do I fd U
AeftlnBhnie eolu HO
Calumet i liecla
Copper Haiike .
Daly Y e't
Dc minion Coal
Mas. Mining . .
Michigan . . .
llont Cool t Coko
1 V s Mtnluir
il S OH
I W inona
311 ill uk Slocks In rtrr lorb.
New lork July IS Closlnff quotatlona to t!ay
on inlnine stocks vr a follows
Adams Con ?) Little Chief . Q
Alice . 20 Ontario . . .. '0
rirceos ia Ophtr SW
Urunsn lc5 Om . & I'otoul .. 13
Corrftock Tunnel.... S oaQRe . ... 13
Con Oil i a . .. 1W fcUirra eada. 22
Horn IUer .. .. 113 mall Hop9 - - 1
Iron 'ller . 1M blandarJ .? . ZjQ
I uhlllc Con . ..2 U
i,i i:-s kick MUiicnr.
Hrcelptri Aery LlRht Ilunlnrn nt a
tniiflntlll Ilorxo Itulp Iaj.
XATIVR (. TTLE There was one load ot
natle cattlo reported, tut up to a late hour l:
hid not arrived A3 there were no hoMoer
no business whatever wjs trarsacted
MOITIIKRN cTTIU-There v.'ir 7 fresh
lade of quHrantlftp ciittle rcivcd Honda 4
cut were medium l!cht butrhr st-r that
rold ut J3 23 wh!I thelalanre were good ciltei
Al W w5 There wu! not muth itlr to th trn le,
one packer Lujlrs thn at Rood Mr nr prices.
Tun lauiU I rtule t mnlifr cos hold tn a
tnder at very man price- Ther vre erat
other tali 1 iids cf tnln cows anl u, fow .nn
ner fteer In th peni thit cculcl not te dip
poted f A train rf C cara wa reported to
arrive during th daj but up ti a en lata
hour the had not put In on appearance
TrAS AND INOTN STHCn
W 23 1
11 643 2 15 W . 71 1
(IVr had )
223 . . : . 5 CO
HOGS Tho offering of hess cnMitM of 6
loads, 3 of which er gfwuT. ha butcher
hoq that. Ail bt J CO while th other twa
wore medljm weights anl wre net eo ridv
bale. Tie hoo sold wtre conoid fr.iU 1 lcher
than the close of last wepk, but tha mirket
remained In a ver unee'tlcd ,onjltlon anl the
ornuni It limited Wh o a lew 1ojJ are want
d unli the ofrlng9 exactly suit, they are
pracika.ll) unnlab e
TtTtHKIt AM) VACICING IIOG.
o Ai IT. ?o A. Tr No Av. lr.
ZS . 2S2 3 M ti 214 . 50 CS 2ti . J3 50
4 4 . 2a
tallELr The arrival of sheep consisted of a
lo-id of tcckers, which, with a few holdover
tint were rot pood comprise f th cfferlnm o
KIe wtjif m ide except a load of stotkTH,whi1.h
brought about as much :nne a thej w ud
have recent 1 A few cho.ee shetp and lambs
wc-e wanted but anrthlri, not Etrlctl) up to
slajidarcl U nJt wanted at any prke
STOCKEItS AND iKCDUXIS.
Vo Av. Tr.
121 stoekerR . . SS 53 33
HOUbf Tho hor market openeJ thewek
with a cupil cf about VC 1 en 1 of native
avallalle I he qualltj wa not verv Kwd. toi
many medium and not enoUKh thole offerinK-
t'nK Inclu 11 Th market was not aa wtls
factory as the orritrii.: of the previous wk
WIcm a week beto trcre vtro a number of
r"w bouthtm bujcr bMlli the recul-tr cuaid
of Taatrn and local dealer-, f-day lhre were
very few Th market was slower and values
Tie strlko whll- not dlttctl havlrjr anv
beirlnc en th home market. Is neertheieti
e t e I ainc an lrdlrect Influence for the vvorv
CummlsMton men and buyers aw dubluus
about the possibilities of pettlns out whjt
stuff It bought, and on this account the llrms
hi not been encouraging larK supplie,
neither have the tujer been e anxious to
till out consign m:nt3 A ranit horao bale li t
be held to morrow and appiehenslon waa felt
thit ilifiiculty wuuld be erperieic&J In loading
out the horei aftrr they -nero bought, but
representatives of the firm vhlch has thebaic
In charge mt the repT.entattve3 of the ntrik
er1? ind explained that th sale h-vd been ad
vertld and arranged for. and ukf-d their non
Interference with matter of leading An ajrrte,
ment was reached and no dlftlcultv will be hid
In gtttlntr out th stock after It is isold
ATiout twentfour carkid came In for this
ranee horso sale thla morning Considerable
more vveru expected, and arrADEd for, but
wbn the Btrik- trouble cajne up as inanj as
coull b stopped In th Aet wera held en th
ranches until the trouble passes over.
Harness horw jr-OfiV
lUuvy draft, choice to extra .. ,
Heavy draft, common to i;ood
ltudnc2a baiieH, 1,2U0 to 1 S"i) lhs ,
Chunks choice to extia
Chunks, common to cood
110-71 1 &
I ami chunks
tKuthern hore. choice to extra.. ...... twill)
bouthern horses piuin to cooa &jfcf w
MUUZS Tli mule market had only about a
djzen had on the commt!on sldo. and, of
course, there wa little dolnr It whs not
enough to create anr new conditions In tb mar
ket llem expresed the opinion that there
wruld bi no chances In tho way thc-e few
oTerlncs would sell The trade was quiet In
everv pirtlcular No buveis to speak of were
on th market, and th denier? wre not want
Incr much, hecame th? orde demanj wasf also
Ilsh. The trade U In very nulet condition-"
and It looks like there ure enough mules on the
market to supply all tha demand that mate
rializes Mul quotations:
14 hands extrem range
14 nun in bulk of sales
Hi, hand. cxtrin range ...
14U hands bulk of eatvs ....
L fiards. extreme ranse
I GO 00(3 IV) 00
70 00$ 80 W
70 O05l20 00
73 00100 00
li hands bulk of alei 90 0otpii)W
134. hinds, extreme range luwijiww
loi-jlunla. bulk of rales 115 00dODW
164 hanls. extrme ranxe 130 0Q$2W N
161) hard, bulk of sales 133 0O&155 00
11 y Telegraph.
Chicago July IS Cattle ItecelpU 8 000. mar
ket steady to 5 lower, Texans $3 good to
prtrre rteers S3 WS W, poor to medium 4 5osf
25, mockers and fcders S2 2S'fi'4, caws il 50$
4 SO. helkr $2Ir5 5), canners St 60Q2 40. bulls
X2Q4, calves J2 504.75, Texaa fed steers J3f4
Hogs Receipt to-day 10 000, to-morrow 6 0u0,
left over 4 23 J, market good, hogs 1V hljrher,
othern ateady. mixed and butchers- $3 103 7t,
ffood to choUe heavy $3 535 75 rouieh heavy
tuHK 30, litrht $3 30 If 5 75 bulk of ?"v!es S3 4tt
3 3 Sheep Receipts S 000, market flow; lambs
steady, good to choice wethers $41 en fair to
choice mixed 13 734, Weptern sheep 12 R0l la;
native lamb' 14iJ 2j, "We-tern limrs 5i56 73-
ICansas City, Mo, Julj 18 Cattle Receipt
9,500 Including 20 faoutherns market 105?2Cc
lower cholc export and drened beef steers
S3 23ff3 C3 fair to good $4 75tf5 20 ptockers and
feeders $3 231 10 Sou than steern J3tt4 10,
Southern cows 12iT'2 40, native cows 2 35y4 40.
native helfTs S3ft4 75. balls 5293 W. calves
J3 W'm Dl Hogs Receipts 8 S00, market lOifJISc
lower top J 25- bulk of sales 5 13. 23. hea
t 1103 JS igs and lights J- IQtfo 20 Bheen
Receipts 1 0, market nominally stad , lambs
45?. feJ ewes J3 2aft3 75 Texas clipped yeir
llncs J1734f4 73. Texas clipped sheep S3 St3?4.
itockrs snd feeders S3 503 CO
South St Joseph Mo, July 18 Cattle Re
ceipts l.f-fw), lOf?15 lower, natives Jt23(a cows
an l heifers SI 73'if3, stockers and feeder: $3
273 Hogs Receipt 1610 CflOc lower, lljtht
J- D), medium and heavr S 203 25 Sheep Re
ceipts l 422 dull steady Lambs lower.
New "iork, Julv IS Reeve Receipts f.035.
market dernorallxed and prices declined J0o to
73c rteers fold at S 4036 p- 100 lbs bulls at
$32?4 23 extra do SS3S. cows $1754 10,
extra do $1574. dressed beef quotations un-c-angel.
but cenernUy estimated to sell at 10
12c twr lb , European cables steady Calves
receipts 4 MS market TcCGJt lower on veals,
buttermilks $ltl 23 lower, common to prime
eals ..oil at SW7. a few calves at 7:rr7G0
buttermilks S 23rf 60. several hundred calves
unsold, cltv dressed veals lower at 10'&&12c
per lb Sheep and lambs Receipts 25C31. mar
Itt demoralized sheep oM at a decline of Ztty
Wc lambs were off $150Qf2 hep 134 75 a
choice lot at $1-80. export wethers S5 w. com
mon to choice lambs S5S7. dressed muttons
lower llHWc ncr lb drecf! Iambs lower at
I2fJ13c Hogs Receipts 6 cso, reported sale
were $8 25 pr 100 for nflme State hogs.
New Trrk Julv 13 Cvaporatd applea are
in light .demand but old crop stocks are clean
ing up very well, and attractive fruit Is firmly
held common ar quoted at 4SCWC prime 34Si
Cc choice Ct36c, fancy Te Prunes remain
quiet, bujers show no dl?posmn to anticipit
neds and are taking supplies sufficient for
their most Irrmed'ate requirements on!j. In fpite
of th comparatively low range of prices which
would seern to promls no material decline,
quotations ranee from 2c to 64c ApricoM
and rachs are attracting a verv small busi
ness for futur delivery and rule steady to
firm en f mall trad in Fpots apricots are
nuoted a SWfrlCc for chclc", lo10Uc f(r extra
eholee and llQ13c fcr arc choice reaches are
hell at 7r7,r extra colce at c and
fanc at 9l0c
Turpentine and Ilowln.
w Vafi iniv 19 Turnentine steadv at CT
flStc Rosin dull, strained, common to good
WHEAT SHOWS SHARP
GAIN AT THE CLOSE.
isaixs j.v tiik i:i:d kivkr
ScptiMiilier UIkmT Up 1 1 ?c to
I I le; Com Down 1 lc; O.iUs
Oil 1 Sc I'loisiont Tn
ClikiMi Julj IS -It in. In Up V.l l.ler
Vi11t; and i luip iUanLO nt l.ucrpuol
c uiseil iliclJeJ htrfiistli In the wheat mir
Kct litre to-dij At the c1o-l- Pept n licit
hmi.d j. (,.iin uf UoOl'iC Corn Is down
',e Ous ure o(t 'l I'roxiituus are
At tho opcnlnc In nlicit thT nas ap
parent! but one opinion, namol. that
th early nens. stronglj favored hlRher
prlcei To btgln with tho LUiTiool mni
liet shoned a inarktd advanco price
tliero titln up oer a ppnn 'fhat of
UselC mi aJtllcIentlj "ilsni'Ii-ant but It
V.HB also accompanied bj n t itemont that
the advance whs partly due to a bullhli
report or tho Russian crop as published
bj a London newspaper.
In addition, the worlds shipments wen"
llKht and tho amount on passaKo showed a
decrease of oer 3 0nooal bu In addition
to the foreljrn situation, heavy rains wero
reported in tha Ked Iilcr Valkv Shorts
ivero actUo bidders at tho start With
light olterlncs lnltlil quotations on fatpt.
wero up 3.c to Xc at SMsc to SS'ic
As the session advanced, buj lng: became
more general, tho demiiirl from foreigners
belns of a better character than for some
tlmo past SollinK was largely In the way
of prollt-taklnR After Sept. hal advanced
to !3Vc, the market experienced t sltuht
setback as u result of bearish advices from
the Soathwest when hareitinir opera
tions were reported nKiln In full blast
Sintlment. howei.r, was bullish the en
tire dny. The c!oe on fept was at SSt(.0
89c July sold between S-c and 33c and
closed nt 97ie
Clearuncei of wheat and flour wero
equal to SS 8i) bu 1 he amount on pas
sage decreased 3,2-'00O bu ami tho Islblo
sunpl dccreaeti ztiv) bu. I'rlmarj re
cwlpt'j wtro 513 TC0 bu . compared with Ml -&0O
bu n jor aco Minneapolis Uuluth
and ChieiiKo reported receipts of ICO tars,
nc-ilnst ZMt cars last wek and X3 a year
In Bjmpattn with tho strenrrth of wheat
tho corn market opened Quito frra. but
sentiment soon changed, ami easier tone
prc illlns the create r part cf ti'o da
Excellent weather cjiidltlons was the
principal Influence ttndins to oft et
fects of th- bullish v heat market. I i.t
tralers In the corn pit were an-teel eon
s(iraUv In larger world's shipments md
pn)pecs of ini reiLsed rer ipts Sept
oienel unchanced to 'o hlKher at 4So
to 40V-C wld off to 4S c and closed at
l.' Local rceeipts wero 33 ears, with
ID of contract cradc
There was n fair scittcred trade In oats
with tho main fe ituro l!n;r. liijinjr ejf
Sept b cnmmlsMon houe" The market
showed a fair decree of Amines i at the
start under the Influence of ine strength
of what. but selling bv pit I al rs mn
caused a re ictlon Crop aehlcert wtre
mori faeorable After oi"nin unchans d
tn ,c hlcher at 32V&TV faept ci"tllned to
32'sc ami closed at 33-4C Local receipts
wero 1J7 cars
i:ecn or TLTtnES.
Or'nlns llishe-t Lowest Closlns
Julv- iT'4f' V, "'-, SS
Julit ? jS.et 3( t"i n.
&.pt wtNfi-)1. ', toi, 'n
Septt WUSb'i t' ri'. Sr,fiS3
Julj v, tn, 45it 43T,
hfpt 4SJ.1HJ1, 4j'i 4 a Jl,
Dec 'kirlj'i tTl-'t
July . :rlM) 41 '. S3-,840
Dpp U'.Slit, rue, KS !4
Maj 3 34, 31', SIS
julj . is ) i: s:, i: f u
bept . 13 W 13 031j 12 63 13.9IU,
Oct . 13 37'i 13 W i: 3.S li'2t,
July . . . S2C,
.-ept Su "! b S2'i e. Sj
Ocl T 'O 7 09 III) T
Julv . . " 41
Sort 7 t. 7 fj 7 f 7 al
Ot 7 71 7 70 763 7(u
ni.LHIPTS AND SHIPMENTS
. 27 S pO II j.)
It. (1 32 W0
27,.' T24 "0
14S vl 102.TCIO
K -JO k.000
Oa LP. bu
Hu Inr; by shorts caused considerable
strenstii In provisions at the stait. Lut
much of The early sain was subsenuently
lost on proHt-taklne Owinc to taa striuo
thero was no disposition on tho part of
trndera or hcalpers to trada In provlblons
and in oonseiiu-iico tho market was elult
the ereater pait of the session. At the
close Se-pt irk was up tia"c at Sl.30
HU 921" lanl and rib-j wero each up i'o
at Jt and 17 , respectively.
Estimated receipts for to-morrow
Wheat. 25 cars. corn. 401 cars, oats. 117
care, hogs. 9 0C0 head.
JHUICUTS 11 TKLEGRlH.
Nf York. Jule 13 -I lour-Ilecelptn 13 3s.
exports 3W1. tlrmlj held but dull lire flour
tlrm CVrn meal nrm It uomlaal Ilarle
Flow l.heot Itee'Ipts l: lA, oicorta 3151$
spot tlmi. No 2 rel eleeater $1 tsi new ciop
rob afloat. No 1 Northern Puluth 31 1CS
fob atVal. No 1 hard Manitoba nominal
fob ollat. Options Knerallr Htronic and
actlee all day A fw brltf raitions followed
occasional palps for profits, but In the rutin thw
market was Inn nil daj, el imr ,S1HG net
S2(ts:'i close 1 S24.C
si ir.'.KI v.. . plospj
11 Ui. fcrt s;jjs;i,c.
cloetd s-c Dec 9ijj3i:ic closed sPSr c.rn
ItPceiptH 2S..O export I ICO, fipot st-adv. No 2
'4p eleNator ana oec i o p anoui, o z yellow
llic. No 2 white S'.c Option market was
nKlPCtpl all djj anl m mlnallj waaker on ac
count fln weather, eloalnc nt unchnnged,
Julj closed Me sppt 64 4c, Oats Uetelpts fi3 -2W
bu 'Xtrts 3tj bu . spot mark-t dull:
mixed. ZVilZZ lb- 41jtf45c. natural white 2J533
lbs. 4Ca47c No 3 white clipped, toifU lbp .
iikSfSlc Hay aril hops quiet. Hltlw leather
and wool plpady Coal steady iwf llm Cut
meats firm pickled bellips SHe9c. pickled
hams loIOc L.ud J7 30 "Western tenmd
37 30. refined Fteadj . Continent J7 TC' -outh
America X8 Iork llrm T lllow elull Cotton
seed oil dull Petroleum easy. njCe quiet Mo
Milwaukee Julv IS Wheat Arm. No I North
ern 1! OPifl 02 No 2 Northern 97cejll nsw
ept Si,o asked Itee llrm No 1 T7'i5i7Sc
llarley pteade No 2 eJc, nample 341iroc Corn
steadj No 3 WuSl'-c. !-ept l,c bid.
Duluth Minn,. July is Wheat To arrive.
No 1 Northern $1 014: No 2 Northern "sue.
on trk No 1 Northern 11 03tj, No 2 Northern
tSWc, Julj 11 034. S-ept. b3t.c. Dec UXv. Oats
To arrive C6Hc, on trk ZJc
Cincinnati. O. July IS VThlskj Dlstlll-re'
finished pno-Is steadi. on barls of 5123
Minneapolis. Julj IS V heat Jul 9SVc,
Sept. W"sc, Dee Sfcc on trk No 1 hard 31 OftHC.
No 1 Northern 9Jsc .o 2 Northern tf
9iSc l'lour First patent $i 10fT20, recon 1
patenta SotfiilO- first clears 13 5503 63. r-econd
ciearp 12 oO Itran In bulk 111. rtiorts $16
TotiMo O, July is Cloeer ed Cash J5 30.
Oct St 23 1'rime alslk 56 50. Aup S3 7C. I"rlmo
tlmothv SI 50 --ept JLtfl
Liverpool Julj IS Wieat-Spot nominal; fu
tures steady, tub 6s 70 Sept s 9d Corn
Spot quiet. American mixed new. 4 4'd
American mixed old 4s t'jd. futures quiot,
July 4 SV1 faept 4s 4'.d
The 1 islblr.
New Tork Julv IS Ths viiible s-irplr rf
rniin aturdaj July 16 as complied bv th
New aork I'roducc Exchange. Is as follows
Wheat 12.71S decreie 8 r? otm com 6.0S4OCO bn .
decrease W 000 oats 3 W6 fXl bu decrenss Wl -
000 rvoTSJCOObu docreass 33 Ws), barlej C,(rM
bu . vlecrea'e 1 SQ
New lork July IS Suear very iteady fair
refining 3'4o centrifucal 'C test. 3 l-1684o
mo.ai.i-n sugar 3'.c, rertned steady; crushed
1 7oo powdered ClCc granu'ated C Ox
New Orleans Julv IS Susar stronc; open
kettle 2tY3 3 16c. cpen kttle. centrlfUKSl 30
S'.c. centrifugal whites 44c. jellows 3vV4'c:'
Hecondii SHfiStC. molasses nominal, open kettle
"02jc centrifugal lOULc. sirup nominal at
Oil Citl Ta Jnlj IS Credit balances SIM,
certificates, no t Id shipments 81.729 averaen
64 324. runs 13S017. avsiaga 72.2. shipments,
Lima 19 387, average 60,854, runs. Lime, 123.013,
average 53. ,04
New lork lulj IS In the dry Roods mirket
an urmlnaksbly better feellnc in evident, anl
while transactions show no appreciable Improve
ment, sellers are Inclined to hold for better
prices anu Will noi uucei'i i-niuiu ui ma nKurr
which thej would havo taken a few weeks cr
.4...,- nn fltiverf vrhtle hnMIn r.rf
long as possible are more inclined to rtlaeo
orders for actual need, of which the evidence
Is increaslnc dally
Mo and 111
Med comb &
clnth mxd. 54V2W-"
Clothing 21 uli'i
Ark. and 'outb
lied . t!ec-es i4 2l4
Med loce 22 s22'j
-llKht burry. 19 UJ1
Hard burrv 11 fclltj
Tex .1 T. &. Ok
Med . 12 mo A?'(tZ?i,
Med Uii mo. 22 (122S
IjOw & Orel I -
Burrv t cl-ar
Qtlnh, luirr . ?fl
xare Ac lou l
Light fine . IS
lleavv sandy 12
No 2 27
Norm anu -"t
nrlKht md ...23Mi2j
Dark mod . . 29 aB
Ught One . 17 61J
Heavy, buck.. .11 tfl
There was a good deal of bullish sentiment In jesterdaj's. market Lack of outside
Interest In a measure was offset bj professional bujin for the accounts of some of the
iroTiIncnt longs hero and in Chicago I'ore.gn m irkets showed some strength and
the grist of weekly statistical Information was somowhat unfivorable as to crop
prospects and progress AMiile weather ccnditionb were good In rainy sections of th
winter belt, reports of more rain in Kinsas a strengthening Influence, rrom the
Northwest came advices that there hid been damage In tho Red River Valley. The
advance of wheat futures was due more to the light offerings th tn to any insistent
bujing demand Those who had wheat wcr disposed to held on to it and those who
wanted wheat fo md tint it was not e isv to g t .von on an ascending scale of prices.
Receipts again were light and thcr was i good cash demand, m nnl by millers Tho
market was espclnlly strong toward the end of tho session Sept led with an ad
xanco of inoro 'Inn a cent a lm Jul v. as dull ind ibout stationarj I)i r English
consols, as a result of war developnn nts in the far Hist, hid sofo bullish effect.
Corn eased off a trltlo under the inlluerce of good neither Receipts were small,
but tin re was to little; dem ind for th grain that this fact cut little figure In tho
da's triding Closing I rices wire slightly loner
Sept wheat opened r,c up and rlo'-i d l's'il'j.c up
Sept corn eipened l4c un and closed Jac off
Spt oats closed '4c of".
Receipts of produi wrc in fair volume and prices of fruits and vegetables erj
ste idj to easv
Local seiuntis were extrcnici, dull Transit was caj and I nitcd Railwaxa
bom's were higiK r
lcstordtx s bank, clearings were J5 10I.C45 balances JCti 015 Discount rates Tier
stead betwi-en l1- and f. per cert
hpol ci tton w is unihanged In the local mail.et
WHEAT FUTURES ADVANCE
ON BULLISH INDICATIONS.
.n ni:vs has so mi: i:f
fi:gt. . .
Genv1.1l Weather Conditions Are
Faoiable, bur There Aie Scit
tcred Damage Uepoi tb.
Wulls hod ill tho bett'r ot the argument
In jestcrdaj's lo-al wheat market Le
ports of rain in Kansas and damage n tne
northern portion of the txlt late the
lorgs tho whip hand. The prival- wires
and cables attached a rreat deal of im
portance to tho ia-sago of the Larda
n.iioo u-l tb.. Itntslan fltet and tho ccn-
seuuent slurp decline in the prlci of
Ktiglish consols Thero enoujn dis
cussion of this action to create something
of a war scare OfTenngs were extrem 1
light and the movement to rnarM't waa
Tho xisibifi supplv- of wheat the past
week cVcreised 7ii9000 bu . against a de
crease of 12U.M hu In 19C3 St Louis
stocks crcreased l.StO bu and Chicago
decreased 79 "00 bu Total lsiblo
supply 12.713.Oji) bu , agalAst 13.473 (X0 bu.
a week ago and lVsTTOO bu. In lM!
Wheat on ocean passage afloat for Ku
ropo tho part week reiiorted nt J7
bu . ngainst 41,760,W) bu. a week ago In
crease, nU'sl bu Broomliall estimates
the decrease at S.CSe.V") bu.
World's shipments of wheat to Europo
the pist week reported at 6b"3C"j Lu .
against 6,M-S.f")0 bu. a week ago and 10.3-3.-W0
bu. In l'sW
dept wheat opened So up and sold at
ic. M'iC. SaiiSS'.'aC, K'..c. iUUSo:1c. E5'c,
JC'c, 16SC. t01.c. ioSE6iC
Corn opened well in lino with wheat,
but thero was not enough support to keep
v ilues on tho upturn W e ether condi
tions wero generailv favorable
Tho visible supplv- of corn tho past
week decreased WuoO bu . against an ln
croiso ot 171.W0 bu In lr-u3 St Iouls
stocks decreased 8tNl bu and Chicago
increased sag bu Total visible supply
6US4v bu. against 6,171 if O bu a week
ago and T.&W"! bu in 10ta
Corn on ocean paesago .uloat for Europo
the past week reported at ll,.to bu ,
against 14 450 W0 bu a week ago In
1 r.aso iTAoO bu Hroomhall estimates un
ine r. iso of 6i0 bu ,
Worlds shipments of corn to Iiropo
the iiatt week reported at -0JIM bu,
against 4 (M M bu a week ago lend u ..,
0u,i bu In 1903. , ...
Sept. corn opened 4c up and sold at.
RtJcIp'of'Tbcat at St Idu3 IK 3
bu. of which 1W eks and 1IJ cars local
and 1 car through, against .1110.. bu ol
which 3 012 sks. and 2a) cars locil and .
cars through, ill UK' ,
Receipts of vheit at priniarv points CIS I -IX
bu .against 643 00) bu In 1X) and ship
ments )0" bu against ItJOOO bu North
west received 3o3 ears, against -3 cars in
l'1 Chicago received 18.U00 bu and Kan
sas City 14.4O0 bu Clearances S7 10) bu
Receipts of corn at St Lot-is 1..10O bu .
of which 1G cars local and 3 curs throu-cn.
against 117.675 bu . of which T.O ks nnd .0
cars local and 0) cars through In 1903
Receipts of corn at primary points X3.
f bu . against 4- COO bu in lc; nnd
shipments 302.000 bu . agnlnst 27SJ)0 bu
Chicago received 273 bGO bu . nnd Kansas
City g,l" bu I learanccs. 53 100 bu
Receipts of oats at St Loals 33.7 0 bit.
ot which 23 cars local and 2 cars through
against S'.OSO bu . of which 50 cars local
and 13 cars through, in IMC fahipments
33 .173 bu , , .
Receipts of oats at prlmarj points 2
V0 bu . against 727,00) bu In HE. anil
tihipments 214 0e bu . as against 3jo 0CO bu
Clearances U.40O bu.
Tho Nlble suppl of oats, the past wee
decreased ESLO) bu . against an Increase
of 145.001) bu in IKS St. Iuls stocks dc
crensed 60) bu Total visible supplj .
SS5eV) bu . against 4 437,000 bj a wek a;o
and 4.4S1 CO) bu In 1908
RlocVs of (irnlu In Store.
Vlprlar IlitiiMav Tft
xvh..t 61 W 7VJ 41
turn . . . . S0S33 r:4'0 .1:
Kt? . J 4U II
ij?5. H 177 12 177
i.v. ? n'Vhfat' 4 10 BOO W
No. : hard wheat It 17S I L3
.No mixed corn. 145.1-SS 1 ill 102
No J vxnlto com .... ' " "
.- n ...linn, im 9 Z..1 S , t
Xn 1 m TAll ClatS - . O.bll 4 S 13,
s.n T r.e .. .... .... ... 11
St. Louiiv TiiturB Prlcen. n
CTInFea Ksnxeil rloieil
Fatuiday "ie'terdxy. "Veaterdav.
VMuat-Julr . HtHi 94tir' Siena .
Sent Wb S r', K'Sii-'tM.
vl 8?. 87HS87-; S7S
Corn Julr 44 a . W . 4tn
hTpI ,. 47U&47V 47',
n-t . I 43'. . ft ... 43 ?43'i a
OatsJuly W .. 9... W.J
Cnrb Clrnln Inr-.cts.
Et Tu! iest wheat 8CHc bid. puts Si'.aStc'.
calls S7lc to S7y?fi"ai,c
Mllw tukee-Sept wheat, puts S75SS7ic: calls
50V,Ms,34o bid Sept. corn, puts 43c bid. calls
Mlmiapollx Sept wheat 89'jc b'd: puts SSUc
bid. calls SCHc bid
Cuah Grain, Flunr, Ulc.
XVllEAT Dy sample del : No 2 red at 57
S74c Mi. 3 red nt ia356c. No. 4 at Kesic. re
jected nt 83c bkd , 1 a3ed and dumped at elevator-
No 2 rd at tltic No 3 rrt at 9!e, J.o.
4 at SSc Fkd.. On trk at ate for No 2 red and
8SGWC fa- No 4 New hard winter, first to ar
rive tMs season and fine In quality sold dI.
to eloator nt sltrattc for No 2. S o for No.
hi, ,1 FTTjle
OAT1! Hv sample ilM No 2 at MGa'ic No
3 at 3ic. No 4 at 3lr36o No 3 white at 43?
44lic No 4 whita at 3SO-t2'iC
HEJ63c for No 2 and 65e for No. 3
FLOUIt Quotations for acft winters in weod:
Patonu H 08j 10. special brands lOSKc higher,
0 pr cent patents tl 8004 93. extra rancy 14 iA
400. clear JX0iJ3.W. low grades in lutea
liloirJ Hard winters in lutea Patent- JlCa
4 23: atralcht 13 SS&3 95 first elars J3 2.2 IS.
aecond clears SlbS2.S3 low crude C4i)2W:
enrlnir wheat, patent". In bu,k St 435f4 60
MILLI-'nEtj Latest nales for forward ship
mont, soft winter bran la 100s eIlln at 78c for
July and 77c for Aug. shipments bran quot-xtl".
pronpt ahlpmert. at 80c and mixed feed at 82e
In 100 At mill bran Jobs at WRMe and hlps
at It 10 Uran In lOa, W aide, at s$c
HAY Timothy choice J14 SOfilS. No 1 J12.M
OH No 3 J93U. No 4 S6SS aover No 1
ir No 3 J139 J), mlxtd JlOalOio for No 1:
lsa'9 W for No. 2 Pralrle-No 1 ttSfl K. No S
J7 was ta, No : or lo J5S7.
STRAW W heat and oat en trk. It. rye l'4
LIvXD 14 13 bid
t-PI LTFR-14 SO .
X IIISKY Quote on basis of tl 32'3 a sal for
PLAXSETED Nom'nal at II II-
Orcn salted better dry toek steady Quot-:
Dr flint Texas bucher (H lbs and over! at
lfc do. fallen at 11V:. all Texas Merit lunder
1 lbs) at 14c native and Arknnsas at 14e
latter on slecll n liie for No t and lie for So
aloe at c. Dr salted at 12c. Green lilted
round at 7c for Soutlern tn Sc for We'tern
ereen malted on selection at SUe for No 1 ard
;ic for No. 2, part cured 'ic less, uneured 4sc
lsa and bulls lc less than fcregolns. Klu- 4'tc
b New standard mcs in Job-
Tj,t 'team on n side closed noml-
nalls'i .tle rtl dered t,c
Oren Hams. Etc cr Iota held f o b K.
aide thus. Hanu10 av. at 10c. lta at !ttc lis
at !Hc lh at 9c Its at ,cr at Se Piincea
iamj 16i and isa;c at llc. :C"52a at 10'c.
tallfornlas al 6VK New V0-l' shoulders (10M
12 iv i at CUe i-om thn blwlc drl Hams at
SV.asH.e for run or hous. bellies at t'A" to Sle
as In averaite Calltcrnla Sc to bC.c and New
orl. shoulders 6c
V S Meats To arrive, loo-eured c'rlba
closed norrlnallj, t1?!! av at 7 32l,c ard &0
at 7 37'ic c a. f ilxd lots In a Jobblrg way
ranted Ihu-. Extra thorls at 7C,c c ribs at
7c, s'-ort clear 7s.c. bellies &tf?".c. plates tiHc,
fat backs at 60 standard backa a: ic. Or
ders crarffed higher
Grease Quote Fmall Irreffu'ar lets country:
Brown J?,U3e jepow SU'e white 4c to 4'xC
lat'er Sir choice quote iaekrs stock nomlnal-ll-Lrown
S ", jeiliw S'sSeijc, white CiiJ'.c
llaeon Ilxd b i nfats in a lobblns; way
ranpal- Itreakfast bacon at from le for heavy
to 12', i for choice Hj:ht liams at lOKe to I2c.
(Tallfornlas at 8Hc. Nw lork houllers at c:
plain Htnr ieMl bxd lots In a Jobbing wav ranaed:
Extra phcrl. at Si.e c rlhs at i'c. short clear
at She Ul.les at te to 3,e rlates at t'c. fat
tacks nt "e standard backs at fcc llealera
chnrr-I hlehr tn order
rallnw Vj 1 cetntrv r. No 2 at 3!c:
pa kerf prloi nomlrally at 44&;c.
ulo ttearlne Quot at tTc
Kutter Creo-ierj Extra He. firsts lifflCj;
e-cunds Hitlieic liale packed Lxtra 14c;
Jrrt 12c Dalr: r-acked lanev IlillSc. pcor to
fair 10ilIe p-ccess WHl Country packed S0
9V create stock 41c
r bb ltecelved 1 izz pkss local and 1 CM pkls.
thr- urr fbipted 4 'i pk(;e Market fteady.
Cur-at rcclFts .ae count and cases re
turn d 13u.c, Mnd strictly fresh, cases Included.
L'-c i r ilcz
cni'ee N rthn en order: Twins gic; sln-
f:Ie i I'al.tes 3t,c Toung Americas 'c:
onshenes S -e Nw Irrk tivlrs e4c. I lol
burser ll'xe toor "SJSe --alss 16c for choice:
No . loflioc brlce IJCliSc
IJv i Poultrj Quot- IIn. average at
"He rooler old cr staagv ounr 4C,c- snrnc
chicken ave-age l'-,&14 lbs. 13'sc. turkeva.
12'tc voung turk-ys ;; i!ue nominal. 7c:
rpring duck" S- per lb sjirlnr g-ese 5C, gee"
nomlnallv 3c clK-cr 7- doz
Dressed I oultry Qult slttri anl un
drawn with heal anl feet on COilckena, aver
bk lie roosters 5'c turkvs 13c, ducks sc:
ep-trc chicken areragu lli.e
eal Heavy calvew net waned choice to
fancy (1105133 lbs) t,jc. heav J'iSlHc: here
tics 2c thin :a:e,e
Mutton f.herp 2',"83'ic- bucks and ewes
"W2VK. vearllrg lambs 4(J4t?- apring lamt
3Htro Pr lb rrrall net wanted
I rsh Hh 5"un"sh S-- tratple Tc for
small to Sc for large, bass He. dressed eat
si4c .poonblll cat 7. bull head" dres-d 14c;
irrue" 3v buffalo cros 3c. and dres-ed 4Uc:
(Jernan carp 3e for drMsed. gross 2c: whit
perch 3c eels 4c
Frog Legs Ch"lc larg- per dox , IL75;
rrediuoi jl 33 small 25273c
I'rnlla and Vecetnblea.
Tb- H-puhll- nutatlens are for lets In flrtt
hands unless otherwise pec'rled. Small lota
on ordens ar" charped hlKher
iiLvcvniap.uit'v-sosTio ptr Igal tray:
chl.e laice clijl
Itvyi HEftltlES ejuote tlacu at J181.14 and
red at It .) per traj
1'ECHES Quel" Texas 4s. Elberta from
ac to $uc mixed ots ranged from
SSixCOc pe- crate Mabama ts at Tcfjn for
E.berta. llls"islppl 4k I iberta 6ofJuc. Arkan
sas early varieties 4a joVJc bonthern ml
ncls Hennessey and Missouri 4s 3Sfr50c. lack
ISc-vc and 1 3 bu 2tj30c. Home-trrown 1 bu.
(.UltllANTb Quote at Kc pr I gal. trly for
home prewn IndUna 6 gal eoft oOc
HLcKLKUEItlUts-ChoIca sound at II 501
tcr 6 cals
NEW AIJPLF Quote ureen and mlxsd peeks
at ICo and red 2Sc 1 3 bu green 20fx2e and
red 2a3)c. bJ bxs 3c for green to 75c for
Jim cr transparent, home grown blc&Sl per bu.
APPL.FS (Oldl-Pcn Davis selling at 13 IS
and rwtt fijOff; 73 per bbl. In small way
OILVl'L rRUlT Horlda from store at 13 or
LEMONS-Mc.slna from store at 1383 SO. At
auction California II 13S1.C3 per box.
H4NANAS tluotable at IL2 a bunch on or
ders 'HErtRIES-IIcm- grown 113119 per J f J.
GOOEBEHRIES-Home grown KJlfOe prr 1
-pcX)ANLTS-Per 10X1 a trk. J30; In
Johbinc way nt 12 E0 per l(Vi
WATEKMELONb-tJjote In car lots from 173
I43 malnlv to HSufiiso for choice to fancy
large la a lobbing wav at JIW.'O per 100
CNTALOHl'Es California il per pony erals.
and IS for standard crate, Texas 1191 So for
standard c-ao. Arkansas, bj crates. 4fC0e:
I'LUM Texas and Chickasaw tlor sal at
40c per o gal and lOISo per 1 J bu box- wild
gooe, per 6 jtai , ;otf73c per 6-gal . and 3OC40O
per 1 3 bu box, Japan and botan 4s at 25850c
CALIFORNIA cjTP.fw FnLTTS-At auction:
Oracgcs alercia Jl 6583 SO. standard II K9
CVLH-ORNIA DECIUlOt-t TOIjlT5! At
auction Bartlett pears 12 3982 75 Prunee and
plums-Traced It 4)31 6. Burbank 11 JoOl 50.
Italian II 25 tVashlncton II California red
II 7o, purple Duane 11 33, peach and abundance
31 5) per box Oregon chimes Black 7Jc, and
roval Anne I1SI 23 per 1Mb box
I'lNBAPPLCn-Plorlda !2.:;e2 7J per crate.
rOTATOF--e- Quote earlj Ohio from farmers
wagons at totfee per bu loose, del ; lots en
Ijevea selling at 3011 40o per bu . skd.
NEW ONlON4-Near-bv vellow cr red at to
0&c per bu looe. red 73g90c per bn skd
CATlIIAilE Quote home grown at 3Cf2toc per
1C0 lbs loov
CTJCl MIlBFts-Ilnme grown coming in freely
and selling from 50S75c per bu , loose, Illinois
and Tenase bfleets 3aj23c.
TOMATOES Home grown 1181 IS per bu.
rEPPERi. .Quote Texas 4s at 40C5Cc for
TLRNIPS Homegrown 23Q10o pr bu,
KOHLRABI Home crown at !0S25c per dox.
COCI LANT-New Orleans W per sugar tbl .
or rtT4V per dor.
spinach Home grovn 20140o per bu box.
BEETS Home grown 20723c per dox, South-e-n
I ETTt CI-Horre trewn 2Cf?22c prr hu.
UENS Horn- grown rlentlful and low, sll
inr nt 154i2V per bu loose
GRIirN PK s-cholce Northern Jl 25 per bu.
Home grown JOcfll per bu loose
KAIE Home grown 13tf23c per bu. bor.
flUMHO Choice New Orleans at 11 per ham
per. rkansas 4s 73cl. Alabama 1-3 bu. bog
CELERT Michigan small at 10tJ12'5c per dos
bunches C.REEN COIIN'-Quote liome-grown at I810o
SOU SII Quote home-trown t 43050c pr
ORAS3 bEEDS-Offerings light and little da
man, most varitles being out of season;
values nominal, per 100 ids.: Clover at 15 to if.
timothy at 12.41 to 12.72: redtop at II to M.
Iluncariaa at 32c to il. rclllet at 75c to tLU.
BEANS- PEA. ETC. Cue's from store, per
bu - T,hlte beans at II 81LVH) choice haxid-
Elcked at SI V., t-cotrh peas L3 spilt petr:
ackeye IboSfll 70 Per lb : Lima sSVic: len
tils a'c. red kldrey 6c. California pink 4Ve.
White beans in car lots on E. trk held at ILM
per bu for choice hand.picked, but none report
ed sol 1
STOCK PEAS vThippcrwIH 1181.13 per buS.
SUNFLOWER Frr Qurte IlM per ICO !
CASTOR l)M.s-tH0 rnr bu. for prima la
car lots on trk 11 2j for soiatl quantities.
DRIED rRUIT Apples bun-dried quarters
21j'?i3lic. evaporated at 4c to - cores and
peelinga at lUClriC. chops at lWUHc Peaches
at 3e to 3"c
rEATHt-KS-Prlme white Ilva gcosa in small
sks &8c. and In Ixrpe sks 56c: prime gray do
4Io In small and 4cc In large sks . old white 4ef
44c, X 30i?-6c, NX 22Sl26c: XXX 11316e;
XXX Cc. tare. W per cent on small sks and
8c on large Duck -white 43c: dark 2Cc; Turkwy
Tall J0.. wlaar Sc. points he
r.OOTS Per lb C'nseng at 11.2:34 73; stem
my. weedy etc. es. laily sllpner 8c: aeneca
5.:. pink 13c, gclrten seal 6736SC,; block 'nc.
May apple 4c. snake 211r.bc, white snake 2e:
angelica 56c. wahio bark of root Sc bark of
tree 21.c. bloorl Cc, blje flag 3c; sassafras
bar'c of root V. wild ctnger 7c
LINSFED OIL-uotoblo at 42c per gal. for
raw and 43c for boiled, lc per gal less In car
COTTON-SEED OIL-tVlnter white 45c: Tel
low 40c, summer white 34c, yellow 22c; salad
45c: cooking yellow 24c; white 37c.
I OP CORN 100 lbs on cob. white: Rica, II
1 10s;: mixed at 75c
SALT K. side medium at tl: granulated 95o
per bbl Cc more per bbl this s(de.
EMPTY HAItltrLS Coal ell. turpentine and
gasoline II 03: vinegar 70c, black oil 60c: lin
seed, light nnd varnih 0c: machine 10c; sugar
Lc whl'ky tO", do. half bbls. 60c; wine II:
sauerkraut 2) it c plck'e 4)S50c: flour 15c; mo
lasses 30c. lard tcs 43c: 25c off for each broken
head 2Uc each hoop missing.
ItAOs." ETC 1'er 109 Iba : Conntry rags at
EOc. Old rope No 1 manlla at tl 25; No. 2 at
0e Pubrer at 43fl3 50.
PBAM'Ts larmers- stock, per, lb.: Red 1V4
e:e white at 2V5fo3',c.
PFCN Western at C'.c; Texas at C4ie
M PLF SI OAR-Quote at 8c to 10c per lb.
t"COI hltAGE Qjote. on orders for orompt
dellverv Ijinl tc 11 k for wood-bound, n P)
Ot VJ for 6 hoop Iron-bound. II 43 for -hoeu
lo ; osk pork bbtf 11.30 for wood and II tt
for ircn bound: oiei tcs. II 40 for t hoop; knii:.
bbls SI; do halt bbls- 70c- do. kegs 40c: do.
(asks 31 6. slack-work bbta 8 hoop flour tic.
6 hoop do 40c: round-hoop do. 43c: t-toop auga
4Sc. 6-boop do 22c; mill run apple 33c, No a
do. 30c: mal 21c: hoop llms 21c, -hoop do 23c
f &- i