Newspaper Page Text
THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL TUESDAY .JUNK 18, lfiOa
BANKERS AND INVESTORS
Wanting choice high grade Ituslness Paper,
Monti, Hank Stocks or olhcr Investment
Securities, or Rood Cl'v and Farm Mort
pago ijian, or to buy or sell Improved
ettv Husltif or !( 1 1i ncr Property or
Improved Farms, (.nil in or correspond
with M. I!, A HELL, Manager
I llll'AIIO ,V K, t. ll.)IMtMI)S CO.,
M'J Delaware street, Hiini I lit, .Mo.
telephone ii, I, nil.
Houston, Fible & Go.
iS iss-ira to W m J Wolltnaii Co)
BONDS, STOCKS "Ttt.T'11,
Bill IM.lHiirc Street, Uuii.i tllr. Mil
W, J. Anderson,!1,:?1
frt) Delaware st , linti'n City Mi Com
in r. i,tl I'iip..r, Sicks und Hon is. It. al
H. P, WRIGHT & CO.
STOCKS find BONDS.
The lii.v llrm n kn-u-.i- Oily b ttlnc In
li. r . at I st k-i ex I i- Vel II . II grade
1. tiil an 1 sto. k al.is en hand, SUid
lor utr ipi Mtiuii-
TEL Ml. Geo DELAWARE ST.
Al tli banks yoKl.rdny there was a very
f;j"l totinicr buslmss reported and tie
1 islts Improving. The deimntid for motny,
however wn light. Hut little ai ccptnble
pap. r olTiTlnn either by home mnkers or
t .15 ill borrowers. Hnt, however, iin
ch.inse.l. still 6iS per n-nt. Very little cur
v n. y going to the contitr). Hank rlinr
I' - tl,,i25.!;i : same ilny last ear, fl.Ss:),
1 a il(i.rinf of $51,211, u lots of 3 per
Eastern exchange in fair demand and
llmi.stnn, Flhlc & Co., exchange brokers,
quote It as follow:
New York. 35c ptuinlutii; Chicago, par;
St. 1.0111, par.
Loral II ink Mm I, limitation..
The follftning are the hid and .kcd
price of stock of Kansas City hanks and
...1.... 1 I . .. .1.1..- ... .... .,.!.... I I... If
umci iui ill El'liiIIUCSi iia nil lusiivii u) ,.
F Wright Ac Co., btokers, Armour build-
American National bank 71
indent c.niii)tini narth iij
First National bank 170
Inti rstuie Natlunul bank 81
.Mldlamj National bank 100
lll.v I...I V.fl. I I.... I. II.
.'Iirniiii i ,. .1 kwi lit , .....I.. .
National Hank of I'otnmeri
I moll national hunk
Missouri Saving bank
Kansas. City State bank
Metropolitan National bank ..
t-.v i,ii;iaiiij nun. ncpusil .
Kansas ctt Slock Yanls ...
,. ....... n . . ... . ii
.ill. lIUIIUIIlllll DIIIUl lllllltil HI IV
United States Trust Company. .103
Sloury nt lloiui mill Alirnnil.
New York, June 17. Money on call easy
nt 1 per cent; last loan. I per cent; eluM'il
1 per cent. I'rlnu- mercantile paper, 2'i
S's per eent. SlerllnR eNnhan-j strotiB,
with actual hnMmi-si In baiikei.o' bllln at
! I. S0, -,, vjis for ilemanil and Sl.ssi,',- I.SS'-j
fcr nl.ty (layn; piwIiMl ratey. Jl.v.i and
Jl.m): rommerclnl billy, il.S7'.n I .S7si.
London, .lime 17 Money. , pi-r cent.
Th-' rate of dlyeount In open market for
thort and three months' hills, y-p; pet
cent New York, June 17. Clearltms, m:,'.."V
III, balanees. $(i."'.,7S7.
Ilaltlmore. June 17. Clearlm-s, i,irr,'J77;
l'hilaiielphla, June 17. ClearlnKs, i'.',V
IW. bnlaneeH, Jl,s",I..V.
Cincinnati. June 17. .Money. 31i'J per
cent, Neu York exshanKe, r.f!j70o premium.
Chlcaffo, June 17. Clenrlnit, !iri,VT,,(oi
Demand for monev fair, ith rates at Ifi
fi per ei'iit for i:ill loans ami f'--Tii; per
cent for eonimerelnl paper. New York ex.
change, :t.'ic iremlum. Sterllim-, pemed
rates $i.w, nnd l:",i.
St I.ouls. June 17. ClearliiKs. Jl.rjT.SK:
balances, t.'i7.'.!l7.'i. .Money, r,fni per cunt.
New York exchange. Cue premium hid.
New Orleans, June 17. Clearings, t
; Ni-w York exchange bank, I., ".a per
J'.iHi'i premium; coiuinerclnl, -Je per i,fY)
Memphli. Ti'iin.. June 17. Clearings,
J117 ';. balances, i77,HJO ICasiern e.
cliaJige aelllng rtt il premium.
l.omlon, June 17. liar silver, 30 7-lCd per
New York, June 17. Silver certltlcates,
Ki14r;,e: bar silver, OJe; Jlexican dol
Mali- anil Uiii eriitiienl lliiiul-i.
New York. June 17. Closlnir tpiot,
in the New York Stock exchange.
day United States Is. registered 112
fniie.l S'iiIi-s 4s, coupon l.i
1'nited Stali-s new coupon ls,..1333,,
1 mte-l Stales new reg. Is ia
Tiuii'il Slates tan. registered H
T'niteil Stales 5f. coupon lli;8
Tnued States 3s, reglatercil.... 1)7
I'lirlllo G-. 10J
Alabama, class A 107
Alabama, .la-s li 107
Alabama, class C..,., i!7
Alabama currency H7
Louisiana new consols InJVj
Norih Carolina t'.s ,125
North Carolina 4s .1U2
S.iiih Carolina nou-fiiml ,. l',i
Tennessei. 3s, new settlements., ST
Tennessee Os. new settlements. .KM
Trli'ii -see Cs. old hettleinetlts... CO
irginla i entlirles R
Missouri Cs 110
N w York. June 17. CIqIiij iiuotatlons
en the Nl-w York Stock cxchana:
day. At-hli-on 2d A 2.'i-,
At. hi.-on Is T.'ii,
Oanalj. Soutliern 2ds lur-'-j
Cenuul I'aeillc Ists ltd
IleDMT A: ltlo llrullde Is MU
Denver A: ltlo Orande "a 112'j
line 2ds UT!-J
l! . 11 .t S. A. 0s OT
O II a S. A. Ts 103VS
lljuaiun & Texas CVntr.il 5s,,lU
Iljuslon ir Texim Central fls....1UPi
Mm ii. il I'ulon Uk , 112
Mi-Minn. Kits. A: Texan 1st U,. M
M -iiin. Kas. ,v Texas 2d Is... tfi'l
N'. w Jersty Central ueuerul 3.,11T
Norih.-t S. V. delwiituros.,.,im
Northwi-stern consul liai-j
Northern 1'ieitle Ists I5I
Northein l'.iellle 31s la2J
II' 3 lirandi- We.tern lata 7ii
St 1'aul conraU, 7s pjs
St I. A.- I. M. general 5 7'J
Si I. K- S. R giTieral 6s Ill
St Haul. C. .t H. V. Os 1I5U
n w r.nius i.-ih wt)
inn- i ai tin: iia
1 nlo.i l'aiillc Kt of '!
.t Shori; U
Moulin mill IliiliiN,
New Yoek, June 17.--The stock mutkel
opened tiiihe and 1 1 nt as a nile, but the
coal . tocka were a notable txceptiou. hi
lilt lic.iv) on selling by a licur dioue,
which unulated uiiluvoralde nullum as to
the condition (,f the tlude, torelng ISuadluif
down 1'.. New Jersey IVntral !' and Su-(lUi-haiina
A- Western lueferred 3',. Tim
oetue-son In tlKse blmick was merely
temporary, and they toon joined In the
geneiul udvituee, which continued through
out the day. with hIIkIii i ..hi Hon due to
fcluall saleb to realize protllt. At the high
point tie appreciation in value ranged
Horn ', to Vl per cent, the Inner In Hull,
inai on purchases of 'i.tixi bhaies, induced.
It Is claimed, by the adjournment of the
Illinois ami other lealslatunu fiom which
)u stile legUlatloii was teaied. Tennes.ie
Coil advanced 2' on favorable news re
pu ding t'uuiiH'ttilon helnjr reinuved and an
u ivail'ii of awj per ton in the coini,ui '
iron pioduct, but the geueral inatket iloswl
sti'oiig and at or near the beat pi lees mule.
Tl.e trading for the foreign account was
in ignilbunt, and did not ali'ect the matket.
The bond tjx dilation dining tin- day was
i). live ami strong with tiannvictloiu In a
reat number of fcceurUlea. The Miles were,
ijuouitlons on the New York Stock ex
change were as follows!
Adams Hxnress 113 nr,
',l. lllsoii uuiiiii.iu llf
Alton A' Tertu Haute ,., CI
American 1-Jx press ,,.,.,..,,,113
Jlaltlmore A olito 0W,
Canada 1'aclllc SSU
Cunada Suiilbertl . S6t,
Cenlral l'aiillc 1Q
Ch. sapeuke Ai Ohio ,, ,. 25K
Chicago A- Alton ,..lg
-m d',u. Huilingtun & Q.... SSVi
CliirtiKo Clas TSV,
I till ago & U. Illinois prefd... . W'.
C. C Ai St. I V$
oimoU lated Oas 1IH,
('dorado Fuel A: lion 2UlJ
Jorado Ful A: Iron prefd 3
?feralg Coal ii Jrou ,,,. 3
Cotton i fVrtincnle . .
D-hmare A- llitdtinn .....
nil.tw.iro, Lackawanna v
tener lllti (It-nnde
It II. ), pref'il
lltlller.i ,V- C. K. Co
lJrle pref'il ,
tienernl Mleetrlo ,
Ill, at Northern prcl'd
II. eking Valley
ll.iu-iton (V T..XIIH Otltfal
Kansas .. Texas prol'il
Irfike i:rle 6 Weslcrn
I,. II. V. prefd
lead Tt list , ,
Louisville . Nashville
Louisville ft New Allmny
M. midils Charleston
Mb hlKHti Central
! Mintie-mln A- HI. Louis
Mobile & Ohio
Nmthttf serti pref'il ,.
National Cordage prefd .....
N.itiotiiil Lmscid oil Co
North I'aeillc ...
Nurlh l'ltcllle ptefd
New Jersey Celilru!
Nnllh Allierlenti Co
New York Cenltal
Nurfulk A- Western prefd
Nashville fi Clmltatiooitn......
New Yolk A- New lltlKlatld..,.
ontatlo A Western
Oregon A- Navigation. ...i......
o. H. L. f. N
otegon Itnprnvemenl Co
l'll-llle Mail S S. Co
lvorla. Decatur Kvansvllle.
Pullman l'nlace Car Co........
ltlo Orande Western
ltlo tlmnde We'letn prefd....
Hock Island A- 1'aclllc
HI. Haul prefd
St. Haul A: Omaha
SI Haul A- Omaha prefd
Sugar Itelltietv c
T.. A. A. A- N. XI...
Tenn..sie Coal A- Iron
Tf xas I'aeillc
Toli'do, St. Louis A- K. C.......
Toledo, SI. L. A- li. C. prefd. .
ftiloti I'aeillc ......
C I'.. Denver A- flulf. ......... .
I'nlted States i:presi
Wheeling .t Lake, Krle
W. A- L. 11. ptefd
Wabash, St. Louis A- I'aeillc. .
W . St )-. A- 1'. prefd
Wislern t'nlim Telegntiih
Fit st assessment paid.
.. K'l, IT'4
,. lli li
.. 17 47',
;: 8" P
.. - 1ST
.. si3 A
,, !e 10
.. S0J4 -.li
.. 30 31?
., l-.w, 1(TO,
.. -i 34
,. Z 3-J
.. 5 Its
.. is r.
.. M, &!,
.. li ii
,. a m
.. 4I1 13
,. is , iit
!i - S'
. 3IJ4 ft!
,. 17 i 1H
.. nt5 isij
. TIS T.ii;
. Si 3'i
. ni; 37V
. UH is' d
" ii 114
, . ! Ii'
.. 40 40
,. Ill HJ
. 4-., Kiji,
. !!'? 20
. W4 03Ti
C. D. FlinNCII, President.
WYAN NKLSON, Secretary nnd Treasurer.
Orders executed for futuro delivery of
tlraln and Provisions.
ltooms 20, 21 anil 22, Kxchanee bldg.
Pilvatu wires to Chicago, New York and
TIII3 CiltAI.V S1AIIKUT.
In store-Wheat, lSI.Cil bushels; corn,
173,1'iVi bushels; oats, b"iS,22l bushels, ana
re, 1,111 bushels.
WIIIJAT-lleeelpts past H hours. ...l.Vi'W
Same time last yur ym
The week opened esterday with a fnr
Iher lowering of irii es and slow sale.Wh.it
few samples ottered were disposed of, but
In a unlet kind of way, the millers and
mill order men eontlnulng to absorb the
light supply. My sample on track lute at
Kansas city: No. 2 Intnl. 2 cars at "ritjc;
No. 3 hard, TI'iTI'-e; No. I hard. 731t73i,.e;
No. 2 red, 1 ear at 77'tc. 1 car at 7Se; .No.
3 red. T.'rtii.Vie. 1 car at 7J,,1:c; No. I red,
7l,-..'i7,V . 1 ear at 7,"ie.
Ci iIIN llecelpts past 4s hours 22,SHil
Same time last year 101. HO
There was more life to the market yester
day than for some days, but It was earned
al the expense of a sharp decline. Ily
sample on track here at Kansas City: No.
2 mixed, I." earn at I3i-c, 10 ears nt I3i;0, 1
ear at I3e; No. 3 mixed. 431 131 ,e; No. 2
while. 2 ears at ll',e; No. 3 white, IS'.MI lie.
OATS Iteeelpls past ii hours ll.tmO
Same time last year 7,iJ
I lead dull; values again lower and even
al a decline of Ije since Saturday tin re
was little or no demand. Hy sample on
track here at Kansas City: No. 2 mixed,
nominal at 2.V.ii2t!c: No. 3 mixed, 2P;,1i25e;
No. I mixed. 21c; Nos 2 white. 2S!yir.,!ic, 1
ear at 20e: No. 3 white, 2SS2Si,c; No. !
ItYK IteeelptH past 4s hours
Same time last year
SHU no intrket: nonr coming In; prlees
iiiimiual. Ily sample on track here at
Kansas City: No. 2. filfiCV; No. 3, i;2l03c.
I'l.ol'lt Selling slowly lml prices are
held steady. We ipiote as follows:
Soft wheat, per 100 pound sack, patents,
$I.Wfi2.0T; extra fancy. 1.7.Viil.Vi; faney,
SL.Vi'iil.d: choiee, $l.r,(Vfj 1.0i; hard wheat, per
100 pound sack, patents, $1.00112. or,; straights,
il.Tirfil.xTi: bakers', J1.i'mS1.00; low grades,
t.MiM; rye, ?l.fiii(1.70.
COHNMIiAL-The matket Is sharply low
er and dull. We quote at S7e per cwt..
COIiN CHOP Dull at a further decline
of 2c. (Quoted at S2c per cwt., sacked.
M I LI.I'.T Steady and fairly active. Com
mon, Jl.T.VttJ.iiO; Herman, 2.(Mi2.2J per cwt.
lliiAN- Slow sale and lower. Sacked,
C2'..e, and hulk, Km per cwt.
FLANSi:i:i t-'ulet and weak. Quoted
in ear lots at J1.2J per bushel upon the
basts of pure.
HAY Heeeipts past IS hours 320 tons
Same time last car ISO tons
Higher and In good demand. We iniute:
New prairie. $ri.0o'n7..'.o, as to condition; old
upland, fancy. K.'i"ii!'.un pet ton: choice,
$T.."ii'iiS.f). Lowland. No. 1. JCOHIiOji;
No. 2, J:i.0O'ii."i..'i0; timothy, choice.
$lll..7Vflll.OO; No. 1. '.l..Wf10.(IO; No. 2, s..'iOW
tU); No. 3. fT..V)fiS.(i; clover, mixed. No. 1,
$3.imil,.i..iU; No. 2. clover mixed, JT.WyS.So;
straight clover, J.(ii'i(S.r,0.
Yekleriln'i ChlenKo 31iirket
As furnished by French llros. Commission
Company, rooms 20, 21, 22, Hxchangu building:
Options. Open.l High. I Low. 1 Close,
Wheat, June . $ T3',Hlii Ttli 73V J 73' ,
July 7I' 7l.i 72', f 73
Sept 7.V,I 7.Vi 73. 7-'.U
Corn, Juno ... li, 4S, . t,
July 4si fji.. 4sv! I'K
Sept I'Hi, ."."!. 40', I 5nt.j
Oats, Juno ... S';1 2s"s 2vi. z.
July 2S'i,i 20 31 I '.:
Sept '."i 1 2ST. 27l 2'l
Pork. Juno ... 12 Si I 12 Z 12 :ir. I 12 :a
July 12 10 12 IS 12 ::2'.. !2 15
Sept 12 70 12 73 12 12't 12 73
Lard. June ... 32a! C .'.2K. C .,2'i C ,v.'tj
July I! 110 fi iCI'v ii CO 1; lijti;
Sept 0 SO C SJ1 0 SO lil.."-.
S. ltlhs, June, c 27'.v 2715 n 27': c 27'5
July II l C 37'; ll t li :
Sept li KHa CCO I C 12I-1 C .i7',.j
Chicago car IoIh yesterday: Wheat, 51;
corn, 171: oats, 211.
Kslliualed to-day: Wheat, 31 ears; corn,
pi ear.-: oats, 2C, cars.
WIIUAT-Casli-No. 2 red, T3(lTI'ic; No.
ColtN Cash No.
OATS Cash No.
mixen, i,e; ro "
mixed, K)c; No.
A tnessago from London (.aid that tho
Kusslau ciop Liinilltliiiis wero most natter
ing. Stocks of wheat In Northwestern country
elevatorb decreased 337,0O bushels last
Slocks of wheat In Kansas City Increased
3.237 bushels and oats decreated 3,132 bush
The Montgomery (iraln Company worked
Saturday 3S,(io bushels of wheal on mill
orders out of town.
Minneapolis received 17fi cars of wheat
nnd Duluth K cars yisterday. A yeai ago
Minneapolis received 17 cara ami Duluth 55
Umber heavy rains fell throughout Ne
braska and in the Northwest Sunday nlghi.
There is villi no bicik la lha showery con
dition. A telegram from Morganvlllc. Kas., says:
"A thresher, Just In mm the country, says
I In. chinch bugs will absolutely destroy all
Hie wheat there."
W. It. Holand, of Duncan. I. T, who was
in the city yesteiday, .!) corn, cotton
and eano are looking well, but the wheat
and oats ciop U a failure.
Perry Allen, of Ilarton county. Mo., was
at the stock yards yesterday. Ilo says
wheat In In county Is poor. Corn and tlax
are doing llnels, and oats and grass good.
John T. Shoemaker, of Clinton county.
Mo., was a visitor at the janls yesterday,
lie rtioris the prospects tor corn, oats
and grass good. Hut little wheat was
raised In his county.
The four Atlantic ports chared for ex.
port jeslerday 55.0u) biishils of wheat, 27
100 parkases of Hour, 71.MM bushels of corn
und 2MIM0 bushel of oats Newport News
cleared IW.UW bushels of corn.
Charles Dixon Is back from a visit to
his old home. Junction City. Kas. He re
ports good rains and says oats are tilling
well and will make a much better ciop
than expected. Corn Iean and glowing
Hue; acreage large,
Ilusslan shipments of wheat last week
were reported to be C.'kjo.ouo bushels, Aus
tralian 3II.UKJ buheb Argentine l.OiO.i'OO
bustHil, Xudlu WM"J busbcis una the
worm snipmi n wrc i-uni 10 111 iu.i-i.
inisneis, 1 nc ttii 01 wie uviiyis iiv
A. II. l'nrnitm wired French: For ntioul
two yertrs nlir.it kept selling every month
nt or nbout .ents. This wns bottom
prlc, below will h It epHiId not gel. Now
we itnvr had it : ernl ndvnttce, part or
which Is nlrri.h iai nnd more may be nnd
It will be well n try nnd determine wisely
about what is bkily lo be bottom price In
tht crop venr to come. It surely will not
be SO cents. That price wns the result of
it imnlc, stagnation In general business nil
over the country , Hie nccumtilntloh of nig
stocks of wheat front eiir of exccMlve
ctoji which rnlsed both Ihc visible nnd In
vlnlblc supplies to MK'ireS never tonelHMi
before, the absence of nctlve !etiUtlori.
I'tidur these and klndted Inl "fnees hent
sold lower than ll ever oualtt ,tt,nve so 'l
und It Is snre lo say n not do It n wtln
for n lone time. Conditions nte changed,
. eierves Lve l.een cut down ma erla ly.
the winter wheat crop will be s """-, "';
lies nil over the country i-evl nl, labor
ers' w-ases Ihcrensed nnd ,!ller,.01rlj
has again Iimui. to opem.., 11 I. 'CM.. m
wntnt timrkit. ii.'",v ' t,,Mk tie it few
help the price, so while It is breflklng a w
cents 11 dnv don't let " ErL. , frnin now'
tfffi W "Kafria'S term's &'
ntiil buy some wheat. ..
made on the sclllriK elite 'm.Iup uol n Illie
breaks suspiciously. 1 anlr dc .oi n 1 me
going 0:1 the short side, but that i!l
bokI ninny others out. From be lug tro 1
er everybody felt nnxloils t ., 0" ., ".
"plKer" is. now eyed as a hooJoo lo
everybody else on ins rmv. .',,,;,
catttously working the s.ortf'.S,,1 .
side. The entire elevator contingent has
woiked hard against the price, Jul f
been fearful of short sales ns all li(l
elements In the market. So far ns tic
speculative Itilluetices are concerned, tnc
warehouse effortB to break t'".
have probably eounled as much as ij.
Thev keep selling the September In the
hope that July will take n slide ; and per
mit 11 change at 11 good spread. 1 hey don t
get rar from n base, though. This matter
,.r 11,.. inlv ilellverv Is lis much talked as
anythliiR else now. It Is not asy to de
cide HOW It Will nilCCl prices, llieii; L-i-iuh
many considerations Involved. As the win-
... ...1..... ......... la . ., I1.MII. Illlll lllfl
ll'I llllllll lll,T-l in ,VJ ,-v.v,. ...... .....
sptlng wheat prospect very good, the sell
ing pressure SHOOK! HC Upon IOC ovinemev.
rather than upon the July, and for the
same teason them Is the possibility Hint
this j ear the soft will sell nt a premium
over hard wheat, ns It did three years ngo.
As the Western trade sees ahead of It it
Kit',11 111,11 limit.' Kl.llll 111. Ill li 1 .111 lli'lir in
keen ,11 hand and as the Southwestern
trade believes Us supplies will not bo much
l.m.rt Ilit,, ,1... I,.,..,,. ..,i,l...h..,,l . ,1. .,.,
v. ..,... ,.1,1,1,1 iinu nun new 1 ourage.
week w1' -"-BCS ln "1C vUbI uppl last
11 11 c.. r.
June 17, 1S03, decrease
Last week, decrease
June Iti, isl
June 17, IWi, deerr-ase
Last week. Increase
June Hi, lkl, decrease
o. i ft.
June 17, 1503, decrease
Last week. Increase
June 10, 1S3I, decrease
ures ioi- .11rii neing .1.121 tuns, or which
ri.2.".0 came from the Fulled States, against
3."",iUi tons In April of last year. Cere lis
throughout the country look promising and
the prospect Is for a very good crop. In
l.'mlmu tliii I't'n-ili i.ia-t .1 Mr,.. .-....
iiiiii v.- !- fc)i.iiii 4 )tl 1 mi .Wl(, ))iin li.
II t. II ft It i' onlil l.li iii,iiu.l,,s,,l.l.. ....!.. I.,,.. C. t
expected, but all reports concur In esti
mating the rye crop under an average.
In Austria-Hungary, notwithstanding suf
ficient tiiolstute. the ptospeets for cereal
.........j In I.-..-.. ,.,.......,.., n. ..!.... . .1..
crops Is a bare average, owing to the
damage done by the extremely cold
weather. In Koumauia the spring crops
have been planted under favorable condi
tions. Wheat and rape seed are reported
as doing well. In Uussla the general tenor
of reports Is un-iitlsfactory. Spring sidl
ing was accomplished very late In mirth-
,,l.. rin.l ,..11,,.,. I i.ii, ..,-, ,.,..., , u 1.-.....M . 1. . .
i 1 11 1111. 1 v.-, ...ii. u . v 1 1 iiiiii ii., I'tiiii, ine
Caueastis the repurts are favorable. In
tensive Hoods are reported from Poland
,.,.! lt, uniillxi....! .M.-l-l..ln I I. .....I
to the extreme dr uess of the spring. L
Is generally admitted that both wheat am
in 1... .11. .. ......1. ,1,1
Ii- ciniin villi in- iiini!iii!iiiuiK. I lie sea
Soli Is very late, and heavy frosts have
continued well through the months. In
Daly the went her has been favorable and
a good average ciop Is 1 pectcd. in llel
glum and the Netherlands the season Is
backward, but there is every indication of
good average 1 r ips.
MILLS Commission Co.,
loll New York Urn lliillitiui;.
Telephone UIHM. KA.NXAS CITY, .111).
Dealers In OltAIN and PItoVISIUNS for
cash or future delivery, and KAILItOAD
STOCKS and ItnNDS. orders by mail or
telegraph pioinptly 1 xecuted.
Lcai-fil Wires lo liilcngu und New York.
liefer to Hradstreel's and Dun's Mercan
tile Agencies, New llnglalid Safe Deposit
and Trust Company
TII13 I'llOIIU'tU'. MA11KUT.
Quotations below are for lob lots. On
finiill ois higher prices lire asKcil and ob.
tallied, enough being asked to cover extra
cost of caring fur and filling ibcm. The
parties making small outside orders want
the best goods and seU'etloiis. Dealers pre.
fcr to bundle the goods In Job lots in
straight consignments, as received.
lil'TTKlt-There is a fair movement In all
choice luble goods at study pi ices, hut
lots grades ute otdy wanted by packi is.
Highest grade nep.ir.nur, 13c; llnest gath
iled cream, lie; tine fresn, good flavor, 13c;
lair to good, 12c. Dairies; Fair.'y tarni,
lo.-; fair tu good lines, 8c. Country storo
pa. kid; Fancy, iuc; fresh und sweet paek
KiHJS Dull and weaker. Fresh, SfstiDc,
ItUT'i'KltlNK creameiy grades, in 2u tu
Co puund tubs, solid, b'.ao per pound: dairy
glades, tu 23 lo CO pound tubs, solid, 13',-c
per pound; tolls, prints 01 bricks, 2 pounds,
In lo pound tubs, ',-.c higher than solids,
und 1 pound, !c higher than solids,
CilUKSK We iiuote: Herkimer county,
N. V.. Cheddars, Uc per pound; Crawford
county, Pa.. thcidars. ISo per pound, She.
boygan, Wis., twins. 12c; Sheboygan. Wis.,
Young Atm-rli a. 12!'.c; Missouri und Kan
sas full cream. 8".
POULTHY Tin- receipts light nnd mar
ket on lieuo suady, while eprlngs weigh
ing less than a pound ure awful dull.
Largo springe steady. Tuikeys, quiet.
Hens, OVsc; loosters, l2'i,'(jl3o; spnngs,
17c; turkes. hens, CJiCitc; toms, Cc
ducks, Sc; ,e-e j'ac; pigeons, 75u; veal,
choice. sO to by) pounds, Bfioivc,
CiA-MK Nuilimg done in I bis line, as the
receipts ure mxt tu nothing. Very few
inutilrlen ure b, -ng had for any kind of
game. Ducks, leal, pur doivn, l,50; mixed,
per dozen, 7c, iiialljid, per dozen, $2.30;
snipe, per dozen, 5uc; frogs, exira large,
tl.2s; iiieillutil 2"nil0c; small, Misc.
HKIUUFS AND ClIintlllKS-ltaspber-rles
are In go "I uttering and selling fairly
well at limitations. Not so many black
berries und tlu ure linn. Huckleberries
in fair supplj and movement slow. No
strawberries to .-pi ak of ami they ure all
home grown !ta-.pbcriles, per 21 quart
crate. $1.Wu2i. raspberries, black. I1.U0SJ
l.W; raspberr'is red.J2.301(3.2a: strawberries,
j2.oiri,2.SO; goocbenies, jicr 21 quart crate,
$1.23'ul.30; bin kl-b.-rrles, icr 21 quart crate,
jl :j2 00: chjiriii - per 21 1 wart crate. JI.50.
I'oTAT'OFp Di inand better und market
llrm. New fccil.ng u: 3iii00c per bushel and
VKGKTAHI.nS- Jabblnc- nrlces: Ileana.
uayy, CRlJlofnU, per buslijj, S,OQ2.20i New.
t'nlted Staci 1 7c1 bushels. The ent
,1,11, 111,111 till- 111,1111 I ft-lgUlt I lllt'lll.1, llll'll.
should be a considerable selling pressure
on the new spring wheat crop months and
very little pressure upon the strictly win
ter Wheat future, July. So that while tho
elevator people will bo working to depress
ii". uui 11111, unite me imilllill .1 Illy lllUIIlll-
tlon will be In the same direction, there
will be another very Important set of In
lluinees working Just the other wav to
mine the July lip above the September,
the outcome "f this contest will affect,
more or less, the tone of the market. The
outside holder would bo discouraged bv a
heavy cairyjng chatge, while the nb.-ence
,.r ...... ,,...,,(.1 ..i.... 1.1 .. ....
June 17. ivi.. I7.7l7.oio lo.;.,.inV s.csij.imi)
June 10, 1S04 r,T,lu7,iKl T.efiS.niO 2,r,25,li0
June 17, IV.O Cii.lIT.'i.K'lii k,l(Si.nnii 3,C2S,(J0
June is, IM12 2C.I;,iiii ,1,2l7.0i) 1,029,Oij0
June 2a, 1M1 1 1.CT.aiO I.37H.MK 4.00S.023
June 21. ISM 21,007.;ill l,".,C2n.3s3 4,Wll.2iJl
1 ne condition or crops In foreign coun
tries, 11s reported by the agricultural de
partment, shows In iire.it llrltain varying
conditions of weather, which have al
ready affected the prospective hay crop,
which cannot now be an average, owing
to the absence of rain. The Imports of hay
are returning to the averages which exist,
ed before the gteat diouth of iv.i,;, the tlg-
iiiiii v.- !- bn-i'" 't t, ytl .ll(. ))iin till-
usually cold, but considerable rain has fal
len, and winter giowths are ln line condi
tion. Spring sowings ate also reported as
doing well. Authorities anticipate a wheat
crop or 2ii.niM,iKin to '.".n.um.fKH bushels, a fall
ing olf of ll.non.MHi to .-.l.imo.tmi) bushels fiom
last year, due 10 reduced acreage. In
(eriuany an average wheat crop is now-
York, faney, 2.I0172 23: country, lt.Tjfl2.00;
onions, nrw, per btislul. ll.uotfl.15. .
OHANUF.S-Stendy ifl In fair de
mand. .Mexican, f 2 7'.' 1 ' "0; Washington
navels, l.lv,3.30; California seedlings,
fancy, J2TV,t.1.i; rholn. tlXMtM.
I.H.MONS-Dctnniid goo I and market firm.
Xleslno, Jj.lviiS.W per box, and Malaga,
HANANAS-Slow snl", lml steady.
Large, J1.T383.W; Jumbo, 2.00f)3.W per
. I'LfMS-Qitlct but steady. , e quote ns
follows: Tetns sand hill, T.YflH.OO per
crate, and 3fiflV per '4 biishcl ln; wllil
poose, Jl.ooOl.uO per crate, 60c per 1-3 hush-
FHACItlJS-Comlng In freely ft ml snles
very drnpw. Selling at 20flc per 1-3 bush'
C APPLKH-.Market steady, lint new In lib
eral supply and dull, old selling fairly.
Quoted: New, tops, 2.VF1 too per box, and
loor, ISftWc per one-third bushel box; old,
stnndard packed, rang-d nt ll.ron.V") tier
barrel; others, ft.00OI.vu; fancy slnhd, KW
TO.MATOKS-Comlne In freely nnd sales
low. We quote as follows: Florida, choice,
tl.ZMTI.ut) per crate, and Mississippi, tl.ow
1.23 per crate; Texas. finafrl.ZV per crate
N15W VKOLTAIIIiUS--Sales slow and
Values weak. Cabbage, slow; home grown,
IM11.V (itr iloten head; Pens. JDWIw per
bushel, onions, new, market neihe; fl.tn
tier bus-bcl. Turnips, home grown, 20i- per
bushel; 4 dozen, 2ac. C.iullllower, I,.c'.iSH)
per dozen. Aspar.iRU", 20fl2'v T ibr.en
bunches. Lettuce. Itv.i23c per buhel, Itntl
Ishes, C dozen for 2.V. Cttctnnbers, .diill;
fnnrv, tl.Ootil.SR per bushel box; medium.
T3eJtJl.t); lOflloj per dozen, Pie plant. 10c
per dozen bunches. String and wax beans,
weaker; SHtlO- per bushel; liM per 1-3
bushel box. Spinach. 2o30c per bushel.
Texas squasli, u"ijCoe per bushel box; fancy,
1WI21V per dozen. Heels, 3 dozen bunches,
2.1c. (Irteti onions, 3 dozen bunches. 2V.
Carrots, 100 per dozen. Sweet corn, mc
Ml)LON Coming In more ft rely. Texas,
7.V 11 11.60 per dozen. Florida watermelons,
fl.oo per dozen, and Texas, JJ.oOttl.w per
IlltOOM COItN Quoted: Hurled green.
4't5io!ic per pound; green, seir-worklng, 44
flfi'.ic; red tipped, self-working, lc: com
mon, sclf-workltiB, 383Vic; crooked, half
price; dwarf. 3imotc.
FKATHEHS Prime geese. 350 per pound;
dork nnd soiled, 30c; mixed and old, lorffSOc;
1 per cent tare on small sacks nnd 3 per
cent on large.
1IONI1Y 1 pound comb, white. lSes fall,
1 pound comb, 13fTHc; 2 pound comb, Cali
fornia while, l(Vfil7c; 2 pound comb. Cali
fornia dark, 12ifl3c; extracted, In cans, Cft
ic; extracted, In barrels, GliGc.
OHOl'ND LINSi:i:i) CAKliQuotedtCar
lots, sacked, J22.O0 per ton; 2,000 pounds.
ll.so per 100 pounds.
Iini:sWAX No. 1 amber,
No. 2. ISc.
NFTS ilohhlng prices: Coronnuts, per
100. quoted at Jt.00. I'ecans Missouri, per
pound, 3Hc; Texas, 4'A.fi5e; pecans, pol
ished, l"810c. Peanuts Virginia, white,
raw, per pound, 4Vii,hv, Tennessee, raw,
IVQSc; roasted, 7fjxc; Kansas, 3'.c. Hick
ory nuts Small, per bushel, 51.23; large,
51.2.1, Hazelnuts 2ii24c per pound. Chest
nuts 10c per pound.
DIMKI) FRUITS-Snn dried: Apples,
choice, 6c per pound; good, Gc; poor. 3c.
Peaches Peeled hnlves, Sc; impeded
halves, 6c; unpcelcd quarters, new, WiC.
Wool, Hides nnd Pells.
WOOIy Steady nnd In fair demand. We
quote- as follows: Missouri nnd similar
Fine, 7ru9o; line medium, Oiillc; medium,
111,13c: combing. I2fillc; coarse, 10iil2c.
Kansas, Nebraskn and Indian Territory
Fine, 7Si9c; lino medium, 7iT10c; medium,
SI(12c; combing. lH13c; coarse. SJHOe. Col.
orado Fine, CJiOc; line medium, 7fT10c: me
dium, fft'12c; course and carpet, oSlOc; ex
tra heavy and sandy r7i7e
HIDHS AND rnLTS-Demand fair nnd
values steady. Quot.d: tliecn und suited,
free of brands, No. 1. THe per pound; No.
2. CUc; green, SJc: green salted, butt brand,
ed. No. 1. C'ic: No. 2. rec; green salted,
side branded. No. 1, GUe; No. 2. Gc: green
salted kips, 151)23 pounds, No. 1, C'c; No.
2, .".'ic: green salted calf. S5115 pounds. No.
1, to; No. 2. 6c; green salted hides, Nos. 1
and 2 and butt brnnded.around CHc; green
uncitred. No. 1, GVic: dry Hint libit. No. 1,
He; No. 2, 7tc; dry salt hides. No. 1, Sc; No.
2, 7c. Sheep pelts, green and dry, 10250c;
drv, 4fi3c per iound.
TAl.LOW We quote as follows: No. 1,
4Ue; No. 2, 4c.
St. 'Louis, June 17. WOOL Firm for
choice grades. Missouri nnd Illinois,
combing, 13c; comb and cloth. 14's1)14tC;
medium, ISlic; coarse and braid, ll'ull'-.-c;
light tine, lie; heavy line. S'-iliOc. Kansas
and Nebraska, medium, 11 11 13c; light Hue,
"liSc: heavy line, MiCc. Texili, Arkansas,
Indian Territory, etc., fall and spring me
dium. 12fil3c; conrse and low, STlOc; light,
line, IcjlOo; heavy line. Misc. Dakota, Wy
oming, Utah, etc., medium, fHil2e; coarse
and low. TltSc: light line, 7fiSc; heavy line,
31)60. Tub washed, choice, 20c; fair, 175
be; coarse and low, 13'ulJc.
There was 11 tinner tone to the market
yesterday, and a very fair demand tor
most hog product. Hogs wore a tiille
higher, which s-emed tu encourage buyers,
and values were held Htm In the face of a
lower wheat market.
We quote ear lots:
D. S. M11ATS (partly cured) Shoulders,
cash, 184.108.40.206 per cwt.: short libs, sides, cash.
$il.2o: long clear sides, 5'i.2u; short clear
LAKH Cash. $'!30: June. JC.'JO.
OHKKN MLATS Shoulders, $3.23 per cwt;
S. P. Mi: TS Hams, cash, $S.00'0o.23;
shoulders. $' .'Si'il .-.
A, J, GILLESPIE ItZStt&lS
Mi Ji UILLUUI IU V T E GILLKSPIi:
Sc CO. 1 J. F. GILLF.SPIi;
Commission Merchants, Kansas City
Liberal advances made to iiartles feed
ing stock. Hiiylng feeding cattle on orders
a specialty. Corresiondence solicited. Tel
ephone No 1323.
MAIlKirrS IIY TKI.IIUHAI'II.
New Yotk, Juno 17. FI.OfH IteLelpts.
2I,ibJ barrels; export.-, ll.ieo barrels; sales,
11,K) packages. Weak and unsettled, with
very little demand, and pi lees still more
or less nominal. Winters sleiidler than
springs. We quote: City mill patents,
$i.s.1'l5.1.": winter patents, $1. Iui 1.1.1; city
mill clear?, fl.lo'il.lo; winter straight--,
$3.8011 1.15; .Mlnui-uta patents. $3,101(1.30;
winter ixtras. JJ.oojjS.GO; .Minnesota bakers',
f3.2"if 1.15; winter low grades, $2.1J'u3.05;
spring li.w grade?, 52,f)f) 2.23.
COUNMKAL-Dull; yellow Wehtein, Jl.lfl
tll.lH Per cwt.
Wlli-IAT Itecclpts, none; exports, 12,S(i0
buslnis; sales, 23.tilO.itH) bushels futures,
)12,ijou bushels spot. Spot Irregular; No. 2
led, sture and elevator, 7'"se; ulloat, T7J,c;
f. o. b. 7S''He atloat. options Wero decid
edly lower to-day, with a Until inlly which
left prices 1Vu2c net ibclbie. Tho weak
ness was due to heavy liquidation, foreign
selling, lower cables, an Incriase on pus
sago and it heavy guln lu the 1'yglish visi
ble; big Itussluu shipments And ruins
West, while rumors of u wet burvesi In
the Southwest und a full' expoit demand
contributed to the late reaction. No. 2 led.
June, closed 7U7.c; July, 70 3-10ij7e, closed
T73e; August. TCMiiS'.!' closnl TT'e; Sep
tember, 77',tli9c, closed 78'.tc; December,
78Vu1o'',c, closed 7lsc.
ColtN llecelpls, 62.100 bushels; exports,
12,700 bushels; sales, GVMW bushels liuuics,
lui.ouo bushels spot. Stint opened weak,
closed tinner; No. 2, 52s.?l Vl',c elevntor.
Options weuk at Hist under llquldiitlou und
good wtuther and ciop news, but Inter re
covered on 11 good cash demand West and
heie, closing ut unchanged prices. July,
"hfiioaV-, closed Kl'.e; August, !,J''i'i 'c,
closed .".tl,c, September, 5l'i(3.'c, closed ,13c.
OATS Iteeelpls, 57,i) bushels; exports,
2iji bushels; sales, ll.1,i bushels futures;
S2.000 bushels tput. Spot dull, and lower;
No. 2. 3i'i'i)3lic; No. 2, delivered. :r."iii2',c;
No. 3. Stiyi) 3')4tC ; No. 2 while, 30V, No.
3 while, 33ic; truck, mixed Western, 32'i
33i-..c; trpek, white Western. 36"il2c, t)i.
Ilona declined after the opening oil good
crop news; later advanced with corn, and
closed tec higher. June closed 31V; July,
31115132c, closed 32o; September, 3l't'i(32,sc,
HAY - Steady. Shipping, 50tjCOc; and
good 10 choice, U.1St7"o per cwt.
PHOVISIONS Cut meats llrm; pickled
bellies, 5i.iCVs pickled shoulders, ,',W
G'..e; pickled bams. iniO'ie,
LAItD Dull: Western steam, closed
$0.70; city ut fC.lGfiB.25: July closed $6.90,
nominal; September, $7.12, nominal; re
POItlv Firm and more nctlve; subs, una
barrels; new mess. fllSO'i 11.25; family,
$13.00; short clear, 13.li0i( 15.00.
IIFTTKIt Dull; Western dairy, art He;
Western cieamery, 12fIlSc; Weslein facto,
ry, il12'e; Klgins, ISo,
Clll-Jtlril-; Firmer; larne, 5Ui7ai,e; small.
5v'n6c; part skims, 2'ulc; full skims, lip
Uii CIS Weak; Western, fresh, 12'..(13!:c,
Itecelpts. 8,330 packages,
St. I.ouls, Juno 17. FLOlMt-Itccelpts,
4,0o0 baneU, shipments, COml barrels .jar
ket lower and dull. Patents, fl.uu'ul in; ex
tru luncy, $3.loi(3.!)0; fancy. $.i.5c!i3.60;
choice, tf.2nfi3.-ii); ryo (lour. $3.73H)t.i-i
WHKAT Itecelpts, D.oOO bushels, und
shipments. 3,om bushels. Opeued l'j: be
low tho lowest price of Saturday's regular
closing, quickly milled Tie. but soon let go
all bold and dropped heavily, llefote tho
downward tendency received u cheek thu
price was 2"v below the top. For u lime
the feeling was unsettled, but gradually
becume snong.-r. and lute in the day lliero
wus u still udvuncu of 2(io Hum the bot
tom. At close llit-ro were sellers ut lo be
low Sutur ay's close. The opi ..n.g rush
to sell wus In large part to close out long
wheul on stop ordera of exhaustion mar.
tins, but considerable, was by the bears.
tiwer cables, large Itusslati shipments nnd
reports of a pood yield In the Northwest
wete the depressing features. No. 2 ted,
ensh, 7l'tej July, 7.i!f,o nsked; September,
TFsc nsked. , ... , ,
COIIN Itecelpts, 22,000 bushels, and ship
ments, !.f-" bushels. Despite the fact Hint
wheat monopolized mot of the attention,
the market was pretty well sustained.
Thero wns a decline of. 'He, but Inter rrtl
lied nnd recovered nil tills; closing Mrong
nt the top. No. 2, mixed, cash, 4,i!ic bid;
July. 41o; September. 47-V. , ...
OATS-Itecelpts, Mt bushels, and shlp
ments. S4.IMJ bushels. Wenkened by the de
pression in other markets, but (heie was
no pressure to sell. September did sc I iHc
lower, but recovered 'ic later, nnd cloed
llrm;. spot grades lower. No. 2, ensh, HSc
bid: .tune, IS'ic; July, 2T'.ic bid; September,
27'e bid. . , ,
COHNMIJAIi-Klriner. 1'Ut slow sale.
Quoted at 5!.3iW2.3.1 per batrel.
in, e v ti,,ii u. iiHm, ,11 est. nn e.isl truck.
HAY Dull, unsettled: ''tjj't'SJtolillni: off
$:.. m. longs, $!.3ii; libs, jn.R0; shorts, $.K!i.
New Orliinns, Lu June 17,-PItOVlSIUNS
IAlin Keltnrd tierce. Gc.
lio.M-21) MKATS-Dry salt shoulders,
uV'i sides, CVe.
IA(MN-Shle, T'sc ,,.
HAMS-Cholce sugar cured, PUBtiV. .
HICKStendy. Unlltinry tn pooil. WMH.
FLOI'lt Easier. lMticy, fl.10fTl.15; pat'
cuts, fl.2.ln.3.1. , ,
ColtN.MlIAI-null; 52.60 per .barrel.
HAY Strong ami higher. Prime llino
lliv, tlB.Wvift6.oi); choice, fls.3iWI9.Ol.
HltAN Dull; 7ivSt.s2Hc per I'wl.
COItN Hosier. No. 2 sacked, mixed, GSff
GOc; white, ilOc; yellow, .
OATS SliMdy. No. 2 sackeel. 3IHC.
Liverpool, June K.-WIIKAT-Hult: de
mand poor. No. 2 red winter, i ,St4sli No.
2 red siirlhg stock" exhausted; No. 1 hard
Manitoba, 6s 2,1; No. 2 California. iM.
Futures opened steady with nenr and dis
tant positions llvd lower; business heaviest
on middle position; June S d; July, as id:
August, G Sd; September. Gs Mid: October,
5s silj November, 5s SV1.
CfOtN Spot, dull. American mixed, new.
4 3'.d. Futures opened dull with near nnd
distant positions tlild lower; business
nbout equally illstrllmted; June, 4s 2d;
Jlilv. Is 3'ad; August, Is 4d; September, 4s
I'-d; O.itober, U 3d; November, 4s 5,d.
I-'LOl'H Firm; demand fair; freely BUp
plitM. St. Iritis fancy winter, xs.
HACON Firm; ilemand moderate. Cum
berland cut. 2S to 30 pounds, 31s; short ribs.
2 to 32 pounds, 32 fl; long clear.llght.Sb to
1,1 pound", 33s 6d; lone clear, heavj, M
pound?, 32s; short clear backs, light, IS
pounds, "l; short clear middles, heavy, fvi
pounds, 32s; clear bellies. 11 to 16 pounds,
SIiOt'LIi:nS Square. 12 to IS pounds,
2;: short cut, 11 to ic pounds, 3I.
HRIJF Kxtra India mess, 80s; jirlmc
mess. iSIs lid. Pot k Prime mess, fine West
ern, on.; prime mess, medium, K Od.
LAHU StiMdy. Prime Western, 33s Dd;
rellned, in pails, 31s,
Cofleo nntl Sucnr.
New Y'ork, June 17. COFFKB Options
opened quiet, but firm. Fuiropcan advices
lictter than expected and warehouse de
liveries on the Increase. Improved stead
llv on local demand nnd closed llrm at
iM:23 points net advance. Sales. 5,2.10 bags.
Including; .March, H.'.Mc: July 11.3.V: Sep
temlier. 14. 101) 11.150; October. 11.4551 11.35c;
Spot colTee ltlo, dull; No. 7, 15V; mild,
quiet; Cordova, ISfilSV.
Santos Nominal; receipts, 5.CH") bags;
slock, 131,000 bags.
Hamburg Steady; ,i pfg higher; tales,
ltlo Steady; No. 7 Hlo. K.C'X): exchange,
&V1; receipts, li.Oiv) bags; cleared for tho
I'nlted States, ll,f"0 bag": cleared for Kti
rope. 2,000 bags: stock, lei.ocv) bags.
Warehouse deliveries from New York
yesterday. 11.1SI bags; New Y'ork stock to
day. 273,022 bags: United States stock, 32.1,
022 bags; atloat for the Fnited State. 260,
("I bags; total visible for the Fnited States,
58.1.622 bags, against 305,111 bags last year.
SUTJAU Raw, quiet and steady; rellned,
ltlo Janeiro, June 17. Weekly report
COFFIll-; Ste-ndy: exchange standard,
16,000; exchange, 9ft; receipts during week,
44.f".n) bags; shlpment lo Fnited States,
uO.eeO bags; stock, lW.f'H bags.
Havre. June 17. COFFl-.'K Market opened
narcly steady, '.if lower; at 12 111., steady,
loss recovered; at 3 p. m., steady, 'ili'-..f
higher; closed steady at VyuM net advance
for tho day; sales, l,io bags.
New- Orleans. June 17. COFFKl-i Kaslor;
ltlo. ordinary lo fair, 17Nir'i1Sc.
Sl'liA It Quiet; open kettle, fair to prime,
2M3e; common to good common, 2Mi2Hc;
centrifugal, olf white, 3 13-lCc; granulated,
white. 3 O-lOo; choice yellow, clarified, 3ie;
prime, 3 7-16c: oil choice, yellow. S',ilj3?c;
teeonds, 2Ti3 3-lCc.
MOLASSKS Centrifugal, good prime,
Wiillc: good fair to prime, Cfi7c: good com
mon to fair, Gc; Inferior to common, utile.
anto. June 17. Weekly report COF
FKB (inlet; good average, per ten kilos,
not quoted; receipts during week, 3,000 bags;
shipments to the United Slates, lO.OvO bags;
stock, 131,000 bags.
i HI... M,n,.li .'.'filTif. Int.,
New York, June ii.-iiitton Quiet;
ilddllng, 7V. (iross receipts. 1.516 bales;
... i. ...... 1,-1,..!.. -.,., I...I...
nnxirt In llitinl Itrllniii
. ..,..,, ... ... ....... ........... - .-..,..,, ,w
l-iaiice, li"J limes; in uie i iiiuiiieni, i.j
bales: forwarded, I0S bales: sales, 11a bales;
spinners, 330 bales; slock, 2IH,2.i2 bales. To
tal to-dav: Net receipts, 2,n7s bales; ex
poilH to eireat llrltain, .H bab's: to Fruuce,
Kill bales: to tho Continent, 15o bules- stock,
Fiance. iJ Hales: 10 Die temttnent, l.iO
Itjo mid -.eeiN.
Chicago, June 17. Itye No. 2. cash, 62c;
July, lite. Flaxseed No, 1, cash, $1,51;
September, fl.27. Clover 50.ee.
St. Louis. 31 i June 17 Itye Prices nom
inal: No. 2, cash, racked, COe. Flaxseed
Cash, 51.10. Clover seed Cash, $5.13. Tim
CInelnnntl. O., June 17. WHISKY
Steady: sales, Gil b.irtels at 51.2.1
St. Louis, Mo., June 17. WHISK Y
Steady. Distillers' Hulshed goods at $1.23.
Peoria, 111., June 17. WHISK Y Firm.
High proof spirits, 5l.-'7!i; Hnlshid guods,
l.cud mid Inc.
New York, Juno 17 Lead Strong; brok
ers' price, $3.12'-: exchange price, $3.23.
Spelter Firm; domestic, $.i.C5.
St. I.ouls, June 17. I, 1 Finn; $3.101r
3.12':. Spelter Weak; $3.17'i1i3.Go.
Kobt. C. Whito & Co.
i ULUU LUIIIItlllUU mu lllll
KitiiHas City Slock Yanls.
Consignments nnd correspondeneu sollclt-e-d.
Market reports freu iqion application.
is CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP to
For Hest llesults. A New Company,
Capital, $100,000. Telephone IIOs.
Kunsas City Stock Yards,
Market reports furnished. Write us.
FARMERS, FEEDERS, SHIPPERS
CATTLE, HOGS mill SIIEKI'(o
Ben L. Welch & Go.
Stock Yards. Kansas City, Mo.
Market report furnished. Write us.
I.IV1J h'l'OClC BIAHKUT,
Itecelpts at Chicago. St. Louis, Omaha
and Kansas City yesteiday were: Cattle.
1S.W); bogs, il.loo; sheep, 11, loo. Sumo day
last year; Cuttle, 18,000; hogs, 43,0uo; sheep,
New Y'ork, Juno 17. IJuropean cables
quote American steers ut llii12e, dressed
weight; refrigerator beef, S'.&luc. 1,'xpoits
to-day. Soo beeves.
CATTLIJ Movements for the past IS
necelpts ,, ,,,,,,,,,0,807 10
Shipments ,, ,,.,, ,,.,,.,,,. 3S2 2
Drive-outsi , 1'JO 170
Thero was u very good run yesterday,
but as the markets enst of us were strong,
er, prices wero held fully steady, und good
medium weight bteers were llrm to luo
higher. There wete not inuny native cows
in, and demand fultly good at sleudy prices,
und closed llrm. Thero wero not muby
good blocker und feeders in, und they
were 10c higher, but demand light. Itaugu
cuttlo made up tho bulk of ollerlugs, und
there weic some very good cattle of this
description on sale. Tho maiket opened
slow und weak, but became firm, und thu
demand the last part of tho day wus very
good, und the early weakness wus recov
ered. Milch cows selling u little more
freely, ami brliuilnif steady, itfl.ves. Com-
lor lower liriees. iT.-iine, f.M-jL, 11.1'.
POIIK Stnndard mess. ftiJSU.
IiAltn-l'rini" steam. $i.2i; choice, $1.10.
1IACON Hoxed shoulders. $ii.e0; lottlts,
tS.v;".; ribs. $7.t": shot IS. S7.12M,.
i,i,V mt.ir n-ATltiixeil shoulders.
v... nr1,iu I., Inn,. IT -rnTTnv
Futures steady; sales, 3n,70 bales. June,
6.sifC.S,1c; July, CSHiOOc; August, OTIi
C.SXe; September, li.TiiO.Siic; October, 6.771)
ii.7c; November, 6.7iWil.7Sc, December, ('..so
fit?. VI, .In Mini re C. I'.Kill C.lj. ' l-ehrii:i PV tVX'li,
men. HllS; medium, $20fi2l; good lo choice-,
DltUSSKn IJBKF AND KxronTSTGKns,
...1170....$ o IT'i
41. .mlHW., 1,
13., ,.,.1221. m.
4 10 I
.... 757, ,,,
3 31 I 1 .
7.....I 70,.,.. 3 25 I 1 160.... 2 2..
R ,S20..,, 4 20 12 I.1.... 3 21
21....,, GUI.... 2 tfcl 6S COS.... 3 GO
ca .vi :s.
ft ... ffTl TIN) I .1...... tie .... 725
2 df- .... 6 HI 10 f .... 8U0
STOCKIMtS AND FF.liniUlS.
16...... 617.... 3 25 I 21 HO....
i n-w 3 vl I 10 .701....
11ANUU CATTI.K-NATIVI1 DIVISION.
120... ,..1137.... 5 30 I
1S......1059.... 3 7a
20 1153,... G () I
a titvuVA rnws
20 1226.... 3 50 I 2. .....1230.... I GO
HANtll-: CATTLK-THXAS DIVISION.
TUNAS AND INDIAN HTI-JHHB.
130 807.... 3 2i) 100 931... , 3 43
53 110O.... ."..) 52 loss.... 1W
W lift!..,. 4 25 ,S2...... !'76.... 3 20
21 .1021.... 3 5i) GO 876.... 3 10
S3 sis..., a 00 31 !s;i.,,, 3 f1
23S PVi7.... 3 30 G.1 1001.... 3W
IS 0?..... 2 SO 72.....1 V)2.... 3 05
101 1013.,.. 3 50 1 P22.... 3 25
57 MIS.... 3 10 31 1102..., 3 !)
4.1 1(r.l,... 3 M III lall.... 4(0
80 1015.... 3 20 72. 1011.... 3 61)
4S 1017.... Sail 21, '..'3.... 3 10
52 1001.... 3 35 40 1015.... 3 00
M 1IC.7.... 3 30 tt IS.0.... 3 l
40 1027.... 3 03 72 S62,... 3 00
TKNAS AND INDIAN COWS.
30.1 .... 2V, 31 7lt.. 2 23
25 720.... 2 M 36 610.... 2 55
31 763.-... 2 60 Gl 753.... 2 32'i
II C.s7.... 2 21 32 703.... 2 70
II 750.... 2 ft) 6) flirt.... 2 20
.11 VI','.... 2 M 21 Tin.,.. 2 70
1,1 M3.... 2.10 21 "Mi.,.. 2 32J
10 761.... 300 23 72rt.... 2G0
TEXAS AND INDIAN HPLLS.
22 li.iu.... 2 10 I 2 127,1.... 2 00
TKXAS AND INDIAN IUUFKllS.
S ."s.1,.,. 2 110 1
TKXAS AND INDIAN CALVES.
12 17S.... 7 50 I Si fi .... s CO
TKXAS AND INDIAN OXKN.
1261.... 2 55 I 2 117.1.... 3 00
OLD MEXICO STKIiltS.
332 GOO.... 2 2.1 I
1 lOn.S Movements for tho past 4S hours;
A good nnd stronger matket was had yes
terday. The run wns only fair ln num
bers, nnd good ln quality. Packers got to
work early and bid prices up nbout 5c, and
took the bulk of the offerings at an early
hour. After most of tho supply hud been
exhausted nit easier feeling set In. but the
mnrkut again became llrm, and closed so.
Extreme range', $4.0ogi,65; bulk of sales,
i'o. Sh. Av. liIceNo. Sh. Av. Price
G2 20 121 $3 M 86 320 161 $1 20
liJ 160 102 4 2.1 66 200 201 4 3.1
Gl .. 181 I 3.1 37 .. 203 4 371,4
OS 80 107 4 37A 81 80 212 4 10
61 2K) 210 4 I2!. 86 .. 20 1 4 42'A
87 200 230 4 II 01 120 222 4 45
75 .. 211 4 I7',i 71 -10 220 4 GO
IS .. 211 4 52V& 12S .. 210 4 5214
03 .. 210 I 55 2.1S 40 203 4 G5
70 .. 260 I .-.7i ,11 .. 322 4 60
l-S .. 200 I ill 31 10 131 3 SO
21 .. 1.15 3 0.1 .".6 .. l.K 4 00
K .. 172 1 13 76 21 187 4 30
,13 SO 187 4 32',. 00 80 201 1 35
76 .. I'M 1 3711. 01 80 211 4 40
8S 40 213 4 10 72 .. 211 4 42V.
03 80 222 1 I2'i 111 SO 223 4 45
61 40 226 4 II 70 120 217 4 GO
65 40 217 4 52,. 85 10 we 4 G5
51 .. 2!I5 .Uii 07 40 26S 4 5.1
01 SO 260 4 G7i 07 .. 262 -1 57'4
53 M 200 4 IB'-
SHEEP Movements for the
There were very few for sale on the open
market. Nearly tho entire arrivals went to
a pucker. Only two or three small lots for
sale on tho open murkct. and they of poor
qunllty. Lambs llrm and ln good demand,
but muttons were Inclined to weakness.
No A v. Wt. Trice.
23 natives 00 $2 50
20 natives 102 2 GO
G2 Southwest '. 05 2 51
40 scalawags ii "5o each
13 lambs 70 4 00
13 lambs , 63 160
17 Southwest Iambs GO 3 23
HOUSES AND .UULES-Movcments for
tho past 48 hours:
There was little or nothing dono lu this
class 6f slock yesterday. Hut few arrivals
ami no new buyers, und local speculators
were disposed to hold back. Holders, how
ever, wanted Saturday's prices.
Mules, 11 hands
Mules, lt',.1 hands
Mules, 1.1 nands
Mules, 15'm hands
Mules, 16 to lfiVi hands
. lOifi GO
. 43ff 60
. 00ff 70
,. 20fi' 31
. SOJji 45
,. 4.11C 70
.. 45f 70
SOLD AT AUCTION
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week, ut the Kunsas City
Stock Yards Horse and Mule Dept.
W. S. TOIMill A- MJ.V, .Managers.
Hundreds of ull classes of horses sold at
private salu and at auction each day. All
block must be us represented or no bale.
i.iyi; stock in Ti:i.i:(iit.Yi'ii.
St. Louis, June 17,-CATTLE-HcceIpts,
2,600; shipments, 400. Murkct active and a
shado higher, licet and shipping steers.
Market higher und
', Biiii!iciii&, am,.
. I.I... .- FAX
larket higher and acllve. lleuvy.tl.55i
lU..l"i':V-',i.' Nf-WaM! light. tl.Sfif.55: W
SHEEP itecelpts. 400! shipments, 1,100.
Mutket llrm for good muttoiisj poor grades
bard to sell. Natives. $2,755)3.2.1; South
west, $I,7'2.50; lambs ranged $S.,,Ui,lS.
Omaha, Juno 17. OATTLK-ltecclpts, 332,
htiiimr. Steers $1.2511 1.5.5; cows, $3.3oU3.23;
HOHS-Kccelpts, 773. Market shado
stroiiger. Light atld mixed, l.iOij 1.15;
SllliEP itecelpts, 100. Market steady,
Chlcugc,, Juno 17. CATTLE necelpts,
10..HK). The ineuger supplies uro causing u
stiongcr inarkei, and good to cbolco beeves
wero toil I5ci per H iiuunds hlglier to-duy.
with a brisk demand. Hales wero 011 a
Imsls of $3.73ft0.00 for coiiimon to extra,
with an Increased proportion of sales at
$.,.jHi..Ik), as the ottering Included uti In
created proporltlon of choico fat beeves.
Nulivo bulchers und cunucrs' block moved
oil' very well ut stiongcr prices, cows sell
ing nt $1,755(1.50 largely nt t2.G0ft3.75 for de.
sitiiblo lots. Hulls found purchasers ut
$2.00'i J.50, and veul culves wero In good lie,
luuuil at $3,009)6.00. Thu stocker und feeder
liado wus only moderate, but prices were
III in ut 52.IOftl.Ou. very choico feeders sell
lug around $.).1iil.25. To-duy's lecelpls of
Texuns wero about l.Gou lieud, and uti uc
tlvo demand resulted in un advance of
HCKiS To-day's receipts wero aliout 31.
Oft), uti lucre-use of moro than 8,000 over lust
Monday's arrivals, but there wus such a
demand that pt lee's blurted off Gu per 100
pounds higher than lust Saturday's clos
ing quotations. Chicago puckers wero free
buyers; many of tho Eastern shippers took
limited numbers of choico gruiles. After
tho Hist bales a weaker feeling prevailed,
und sales wero made litter at lower llgures.
Heavy hogs sold at $I.Wj4.S0. largely at
tl.U5fii.73, and one or two sales occurred
curly at tl.M. For mixed hogs tho ruling
prices worn $1401(4.70. and lightweights sold
at $1.30111.65. largely ut tl.G0ftl.C5.
SHEEP Tho urrlvals to-day did not ex
ceed 8,000 head, and uu active demand Im
parted great strength to ull the desirable
offerings. Choice yearlings und lambs
moved up lOnil.lc, and ull good sheep wero
very strung. Spring lambs showed great
activity, und bold at $1 GOT10.15, whila sheep
were salable ut .tl.Goiil.5o, according to
quality. There were not any too many
satiiix luujbs, tiud the the to offered con-
Ji.iiniii.iii; iikiii bieers, j.2y i.w; blockers,
J 2. 25 3. 23 ; feeders, $3.(i) 1.00; cows. $2.1W
J.2i; led Texas bteers, $3.5Wi 1.23; grasa
steers. 2.5n'n3..'.ii: cuwk i" cih-,,' 1.1 ' "
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET,
WIIKAT Ol'KNKI) WKAK AN! CI.OSEO
1 Uie 1IKI.OW SArUItDAY'S IMIIC&
Corn Was B-Rc Illglier-Oals Were Aellr
nnd Firm, the September llellrery
AiHnniing lSc, nntl Protlslons
tinted Without Cbflllge.
Chicago, Juno 17 -After a 2ic break on
ihlg foreign sh.pnicnts, weak cables nnd
1ctter crop reports, wheat was rescued to
vlay by phorts nnd closed but 1'iO lower
than on Saturday. July corn closed Ha
'higher, September oats !ic higher nnd pro
visions without change.
Moro long wheat wag for sals at tho
opening and no buyers could be found for
'It at (hat tlmp within from ic lo Ic per
bushel below the price it closed nt on Bat
iiirday, The first transactions In July wero
.from 73)ic to 7IUc, against "I'bC at the
VIosd of the session on Saturday, On Sat
urday Juno sold as high ns Slc, so that In
exactly ten days a decline of S cents per
bushel took place. Tho additional weakness
wns dun to tin early Intimation In n Llver
pool telegram received before the opening
that the other exporting countries of the
world had more than made up for the fall
lug oft In the shipments from this side,
dt quoted Id lower in the price nnd added
'the significant remark, "shipments large."
'Later In tho day, when over fi.noo.000 bush
VMs wero round to have been put allo.it last
week, although this country and Canada
had only contributed 1,700,000 bushels of the
Vpnintlty, the weakness with which husl
nesM for the day began wns Intensified to
vover purchases of wheat previously short
iwere heavy enough for nbout half nn hour,
liecauso a reaction from around 7lc and
7l',ic to 71Hc, but the Immense amount of
'the week's shipments told how they were
'regarded by the crowd, when nbout 10:30
Wclook a droii to 73'io had taken plncc.
The mnrket became weaker nnd weaker
as tho session progressed, up to about 12
o'clock, when tho decline was arrested.
The reaction which followed the further
'decline to 72Uc was not duo to any notlce
'able buying outside of which was being tak
en to cover shorts. Crop news was not 11 n
plentiful as for somo days bnck, but such
as catnti to hand showed no general im
'provement. From 'Missouri tho tenor of
the majority of the dispatches was that
the damage In that state had been over
stated, placing the outlook at no mora than
unit a crop, and that It would turn out
about 73 per cent. From Ohio, on the other
hand, tho extent of the damage wns de
scribed In almost sensational terms and
such as lead to a. probable destruction of
'one-half of the wheat nnd oats crops. In
'dlana and Illinois appeared to have censed
'mentioning .their damage, but the trade
for the most part accepts tho fact of tho
most extensive harm to wheat have hap
pened In those two states and Kansns. Tho
visible supply decreased 2,022,000 bushels
'and tho total Is now down to 47,717,000 bush
els, compared with 67,105,000 bushels In 1891
nnd 06,37.1,000 bushels at tho corresponding
time in 1803.
Tho Northwestern receipts were 233 cars,
compared with 272 a year ago. Atlantic
port clearances since Inst reported on Sat
urday wero equal In wheat and Hour to
only 163,000. One of the Items of the dny's
news which helped the bears was a cable
gram from Odessa saying that the Russian
grain crops promised lo repeat tho heavy
yields of 1893, rye being especially good.
Tho price began to Improve from 12 o'clock
and trading at 74c for July was ln progress
within n few minutes of the close, the
market ending nt 73c.
The corn market wns under a spell of
weakness at the opening which lnstcd till
the agony was passed In wheat. The feel
ing ln corn did not nt any time approach
the heaviness of that In wheat, and after
tho receipts estimated for to-morrow be
came known as only 160 ears. Instead of
weakness there ensued a feeling of ctnll
dencc. The receipts were 174 cars and 11.
() bushels by canal. The visible supply
decreased 797,000 bushels, against 411,000
bushels decrease a year ago. The total In
sight now Is 10.785,000 bushels, compared
with 7,003,000 bushels at the corresponding
time last year. Argentine shipped 587,000
bushels to Europe Inst week, but tho
amount on ocean passage now Is 60,000
bushels less than It was last week. July
corn opened nt IS'dc, compared with -ISsc
at the close on Saturday. The tendency
nfter the Hrst few minutes was toward Im
provement, and after following wheat for
an hour or so it struck out for itself and
landed nt 4!)c.
A very active market was reported for
oats. The early session was remarkable
for the weakness created by free selling
by New Y'ork nnd nlso generous offerings
of long stuff. Later on tho buying became
general and from Hint time on a llrm mar
ket was noted. Prices rallied and closed
steady for July and higher for September.
September ranged from 27Hc to 2S;iC, clos
ing nt 'JS'Kc.
The provision mnrket was affected for
an hour nfter tho opening by tho various
changes In wheat, but later in the dav
it took corn for Its leader nnd recovered
a small decline made at the start, leaving
off llrm without change from Saturday's
slstcd too largely of common natives and
Toxans, there being few choice llocks.
Chicago, June 17. FLOIIU Receipts,
6.000 barrels, and shipments, 4,000 barrels.
Easier. Winter patents, $3.90tftl.20; straights,
$3.Wi3.90; spring patents, $I.OO4.3.1:
straights. $3.10ft 1.00; bakers' grades, $2.75
HUTTEn Unchanged. Creamery, 1035)
17'te; dairy. 105116c.
EG G S-S teady. Fresh. llffmSc.
OTTAWA OHAUTAUIJUA AsSIi.lIHLY.
Ottawu, Kas., Juno 17th to UUth Inclu
sive. This will be the seventeenth annual ses
slon.and tho programme will be better than
evor. Special features every day. Juno 20
is Grand Army day, and Governor McKln
ley, of Ohio, will be tho spenker of the
day, Juno 27 Is Children's day. A pro
gramme of special music, also of special
amusement by Mr. Frank Heard nnd oth
ers, will bo given. Very low special rates
havo been named by tho Santa Fe Route
for this occasion, and special trains will bo
Call at Santa Fe Route ticket omees,
northeast corner Tenth and Main Btreets,
1050 Union avenue, or Union depot.
liniloavorors anil Friends It
The ofticlal route of the Missouri stats
delegation to tho lloston Christian Endeav
or convention is via the "Hlg Four" and
Chesapcako & Ohio railways.
For other Information ns to rate nnd
accommodations, inquire of F, D. Glider
sleeve, southwest corner Hroadway nnd
Chestnut streets, St. Ixiuls, Jlo and Thom
as Jones, state president of the Missouri
Christian Endeavor Union, No. 833 N, Y.
Llfo building, Kansas City, Mo,
81. UO OTTAWA AND ItLTUlt.N-Sl.OO.
McKluley Day, .luiio Ullth.
This is 0. A. It. day at tho Ottawa Chau
tauqua Assembly and Governor McKlnlcy.
of Ohio, will bo the sneaker of the day.
Special train will leave Kansas City Thurs
day, Juno 20, at 8:30 a. in., nn the Santa
Fe Route; returning train will leave Otta
wa at 9 p. in
SANTA FE ROUTE ticket ofllccs north
east corner Tenth nnd Main streets, 1050
Union avenno and Union depot.
(Irnnit Kxrursioii to Colorado,
leaving Kansas City at 2:00 p. m. J
5, via the Union I'aeillc, arriving n Den
the next morning ut S, where close conn
.inn 1. ..1:1,1.. In lttllnti t!itlni, ... ..1
and llnest reclining chair cars. Seats free
Originally intended for the teachers deslr
Iiib to attend the National Educational
meeting, JujY & to 1J. It has been decided to
Include their friends. The rato has been
llxed at the low price of $19.00 for the round
trip. Tickets good until September 1. He.
member this low rate Includes the trln to
Colorado Springs and l'ueblo, and is goo.l
returning via a different route. Tickets ut
this low rule eooil on all regular trains,
wilt be on ule July 5, 6, 7 und 8. Only
line having two trains dally from Kansaj
City to Denver, and only line runnlns
l'uflmatr' palace dining curs. Leave Kan
sas City 9:) u. m. and 7:30 p. m. The latter
is a very popular Kunsas City Denver train
.,.., ... ...... w.mv. a. iui, imiuuuiurs. res
ervations, map; und Illustrated guides to
Colorado furnished cheerfully at city ticker
omees. ll?", Main btreet. and IMS Unlou
avenue. Telephone. 1109. "'
J. 13. FKANVLBY, General AsenL
New bleuper uu the Alton.
-'ty "" ' i-ouis. -ine two Hew slein.
i'le StV,8 ?"a.1.si,.d la, ,hl service are namij
the "Majestic and "Teutonic," afterhS
two new White Star line Atlantic oce?5
steumers. Each year brings an,ithtn2c?.'
in the carbunuer's art and with each im.
proveraent we exclaim that surely tiothin J
more can be added. Viewing the new ItiSf
sleepers, wilt, their large ioomylamAD "
meats, drawing rooms, and perfecWVi!
poluted tolUt rooms, one would ('? "
Uu builder aessMied. u Uaa aii .y1
Beginning with April let, the Chlcim, .
Alton railroad will run two sleepers 5?i
in ,hir "S. .nn , 1 1...1.T..1.. r .rv"-rs ually
1 "v.... ,u,iv-u uetVen V-..T