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OF Kansas Ciiy, Mo.
Al iho close of Business, May
Lnnn..,.. ,, $ l.siorw w,
overdraft !,:! 1-
Furniture nd ntfM 6,:.nn in
Heal estst 4 '.: r.t
Redemption fund, t. 8. tiro.... 2,20
f. s, bonrii urn! pre-
mlilttlK.. I 118,000 1X1
Pi. Imil rlty and
KnttM City rahttol
bond 185,000 00
dish Mud night ea
ohnnge I,37',Wi To
Total ..... 3,W7,7.S
Cnpitiu rtortt .., , .. t Ko.noono
Surpitui .,.,, lTS.nooro
Tnillvlflwl profit , , 3MS
circulation .,..,,,. ,, 45,00001)
Hank l.CT.IWrS S,i)r3,"W !7
Total $ 8,557,1.7 2S
The above Statement is
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KANSAS CITY, MO.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
David T. Drills,
Ooorgn IE. llaro,
.. .1. nlilor,
M. It. '1 In. niton,
.1. I'. .Merrill,
J . I Nenl,
II. O. Miolilloy,
f. XV. Whitehead,
II. ,1. Kn'.i'iirntii,
i. IV. l.inoji.y,
W. I.. 1 hm-llc.
IV J U I.. I..I I'l.rio.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
Capital . .
, $ i, 000,000. 00
W. S. WOODS,
W, A. RULE,
T ROOST PARK
I li ll'l.i: Illl. I. 1)1 ATTUAP'l ION'S.
HARDING and AH SID
(in tit i oiiii'ily At riili.it U- Art.
1 1111 l.nlj foiitortliiiiist mill .higgler.
GREAT CAKEWALK .!,.::!...' ,',Vr
MiihK' nil l-i v AiliniHnit Fne.
M. W. MUSSON
Real Estate Loans
.Money In limn friuii I. (Il)ll in
a-.IIIO.UUO ;.l ,",, II It III I 7 per nut.
Mill remove tliU ivnk irwii Aincrl- a
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TAKE A BATH!
Then uie u Clean Uhltu Touil, Alalia
are I-aumJercd by
SILVER TOWEL & K. C, TOWEL CO,
itm ai vin.
A, C, FULKERSON,' Prop.
flnnl bn'n,.s. pap r tron maker nnd
IMor.r ,,r k 1 1 1 . ' real. Su.h a i an
h nt nw v .Hi . .,'. 1 used prompllj' nt
, i.rr jit it-
Put- - I i c cm M t j,r r If) nfTer p!rne
1 f, 1 ,1 a 'I !: I'Mono IMI3
I III! I1II11111IK NV.I MX COM)ftlttN
Jl. II. Allllt, t't M-4 HMiiMirp Mrerl
Houston, Flbie& Go.
BONDS, STOCKS M,V-OT u
ftd llrl.i.tri. Mrci't
lliti.t I IH. Mil.
W, J. Anderson,
M Iiilnwnto t . fc.ifc'H, i'iIv M,j. Com
tiHTil.il I' ,. r, S'.o. kt atiJ 'Uoi J It.nl
i:tati i.i v
H. P. WRIGHT & GO.
STOCKS niul BONDS.
Thr f.ni. t.r.-, k , , in ',. .1 tic in
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.'i'l ,""lk" 'l"l..i t..nlt..l n vi ty m.Oil
IIkIH l...,ii, . iintinti. t run .lown,
S!!i.i? n.,"",",i' ' liinlllilllniiK tin- liuylnR
n titolil,. imiMT to h.-i th.lr Mir- futtdti i.m.
liluy.'.I.Untii. runal n ntcmly ni tot im-i-
rSI.2,irJ. ."""K l';nilnitK, I,MS,B2; wine
tlmo laot wnr n Imllliiv.
hitMli-rn -xrhniiHi' nii-mly In fnlr ilettiniut.
HouMoii. i;il)li- a f ,.xohnno ItrokiT.
q'loli' II n fi)llo:
fc. H?..J'k' .,,r' K'n'imi: rhipago, SOc
t."L"'",T.:St- '"!. c pri.inliiin.
niThPB.M.,,,,?ntl. xllnti"! ""Ilk. the Kntisft
5-."? s.,.nH- ,.'nI'., "r"1 ,h" 'N'pw ilnnlnml Snfi.
1oiioii nml Truvt rntnimny lmv- ilpolunil
?. "' .l'.''r ''''!" si'inl-nnnuiif illvlilHn), ntnl
tho MIotnl HuvliiKi. Imnk n i tiir ri-tn
qtmttft-ly illvlili'tiil. It Ih n!.r. wiirlhv ..r
tiott Ihnl nonp or tln Htnrkp linvi' ilwllti.-il
Hlnoi' tin- in ym .'li I of tlir. iiivlitcml. nhnwlnv
li n-tjiiti of roiiflih'iu't' In Imnk ftnrkii. nnil
that Inv.'dtora look iifioti prnmnt in Ire im
A. In."'""'!'' from Wnnlilntrtnn VMtcMlnV
milil: Thi- tircni'nt tlci'. of itiflltnr tillvi-f
firn all to lii fully hk IiIkIi, If not a Mituip
hlKlmr. tlmn hai .-vir lirin rpronlnil mnre
tin- war, Xotwltlisinnillntr llilti fart. th
trr-nmiry Oi'imrlinfnt has so far nir.vtil
no Intlnmtlon of nny prolmblo wltlnlrnwnl
ot Knlil for p!t)ort, anJ none Ir looked for.
In tlip tipat futuro at li'itct. It li tiiltnlt
tt'il I hat tiinlt'r tho ooii.llUon whloh eXInti'd
pilor to tln Inut botiil Ismii'. laruc exporta
tlonn uoiilil l. look '! for. hut urvai toll
ami' Is placcil In the ability and purpose
of thi- eynilloate to fiirnldh nil hllln thnt
may li called for. and limit prevent with
drawal!! from the iri-upury.
I. oral It ink -iork Oaotatloin. t.
Tho rollowlnif nrp the "bid and nnkd
priro of Blocks or KaiiRitft City banks and
other local Hururltli. an furiilshed by It.
1' Wright A: Co., brokers. Armour build-
Atnerlrnn National bank "S 7"H
citizens' National bank 1U0 1015
l'itsi National bank 170 ISO
Iniir-t.iie National bank Si S3
MM'ainl National bank 101 HK3
Jllyaoiirl National bank 01 100
Nutn.n il Hunk of Commerce. ...ltil 314
I'nlon National bank 101 Vt lOSiA
Missouri SavliiKs bank ll.'i
M.ilianlcs1 bank ll IK
KniiM" 'lly State bank SO P0
Metriipoiitiin National DnnK n tn
N. : Knulnnd Sure Heposlt 120 125
Kai.'ii" i'lt Stock Vards 11. ISll
.b tropohtmi Street railway.... fit "0
Cnltod States Trust Company. .106
Mom; nt Monti nml Alironil
New York. July 3. Money on call easy
IV'12 per cent; last loan, l'-j per cent; closed
li. j per cent; prime mercantile paper. Hfe-fiS'
tier cent; Mcrllntr exchanRo, dull, but llrtn
with actual business In bankers' bills at
Jl.viij'iil.Miv, for demand and JI.MMHMW.
Tor slxtv das; posted rates, $t.&9fe and
Jl.'.tiriil.imij.; commercial bills, $t.b7-W4.S8.
London, July 3 Money, 'v per cent. The
rate or discount In the open market ror
sh.irt bills ts ia per cent; for three months'
bill-.. -lii per cenl.
New York, July 3. Clearings. tW,ta,33l;
Iloston. July 3.-.CIearinif, $21,339,730; bal
niltlmore, July 3. Clearings, $4,50I,RTS;
I'hiladelphla, July 3. ClearlnKS, 515,167,
9ii; balances. J2,027,253.
Cltulnnail, O.. July 3. Money, I'ufi per
cen; New York exchange, 25c premium:
ChlciiKo. July 3. ClenrlnBs. r22.197.O00.
Tluslness at the banks dull with money too
plenty at Ittt1 per cent for call loans and
aftir! per cent for commercial paper. New
Vork cxehanuo. 3c premium; bterlliig
posted rates, tl.SO'i and W.S91-,.
St. I.oUls, Mo.. July 3. Clearings, 4,73,
fffl: balances, $708,573; money, 5WS per cent;
Ni-w York exchange, 40c premium bid.
Memphis. 'IVnn.. July 3. I'learlnus, $.139,
431; balances, $102,SV; Kustern exehuntre
selllnK t 41,00 premium.
New Orleans, l.a July 3. Clearincs.
$t,303,45t: New York exchantfe, bank, $1.60
per $l,tKi premium; commercial, SOc per
$1,1-90 premium. f
T.omlon. July 3. Har silver, SO 9-lCil per
N.-w York. July 3. Silver certificates, 67
i?i7V : bar silver, 86?c; Mexican dollars,
state anil Uovorninont llomla.
New York, July 3. Closlnjr quotations
on the New York Slock exchange:
Test r- To.
1'nlted State 4s, reglstm-'l ....II2'4
I'ultc'l Slates 4x, coupon 1121
t'nir.,1 StnteK new cnunoti 4t ..I'r'a.
I'nit.d Slates new reu. is
I'niti 'I SialeH 5s, coupon
I'lille I Stales B
I'ult .1 Stales 2s, refe'lster
J . ,u 1.
Al ih.ini.i. class A
Al.ili.inu, cI.ins It ,,
Al ib, una. clar-s C
I.uui.-iiinii new loiisols ,
N'-rih i' irobna 6k ,. ......
North Carolina 1
. .. ws
South Carolina non-fund t'i
T-nnes.see 3a, new settlements,. St'a
Ti uiutice 5s, iilW ucttUMnrutt..105
Virginia centuries ., , 61-i
Miknuail t 1W
Kew York, July 3. Closing quoiations
on the New fori. Stock exca&nce.
Atchison 2d A
I'.m.cl.i Southern -'Is ...
Central I'acltlc lts
Imiht & Hlo Cirunde 4s
lunwriV Itio Orande 7s.,
i . Jl. A: S. A. 6s
II A: S. A. 7s .
IIoUKion A: Texas Central ."., ..HHHB
1 l.ju.-toti it Texas Central bs ..lot
.Mutual I'nlon Us I In
.l -sr.uri, K.is. & Texas 1st 4s.. ,7
Mi-.ourl, K.I. & Texas 2d (s ., 6V.
N.h Jersey Central fmeral 5s..ll54
.Noithwesi H K. ilebeii lures Ilu
Xorlht rn IMcifle 1 -1 -,
Noi tin in raclllc 2'is ,
Hln Craliile Wt stern lls ...
St. 1'aul cotis-ols, 7s ,,,
St l.. I .. ttennrul 5s ...
St. I. At S. F fc-enernl 6 ,..,
mi. c. Ai V. w. tut ....
I I.I. I.
ItH IMS Of '
Miicl.- nml jlmiiN
N. w Y.itk. July 3-Hiieculailoh
K , x. h.uif Mus featureless
ii. i. Inn selluiK was abuut tiiual l the
mill, .mi nun) columned ulil not add
i n.lii l l.i the volume uf business. A
i il.i, i.atur was the ahselu . Qf r,,
i ii - u. t ir the revamping of old stories,
.i i ih.- t. Isloa to suspend dividends
ci l. .no n.i-i, , aii-l Ihc ucouUitlon uf the
.nti.l oi the Ne' Kii;i land by the New
I i. n iii.iiiaiseineitt, J.lttle ir Ilu mention
.i i had of these rumor ami ih.- market
m.w i In us jduktiilsli course. US lh buyers
,i -. i'.-r. .re more inirmroiu. There wus
, -li.-ht lueckuie asmj.si (he grtiKers In
), m.al sabs, but Ih'- inaiket closed uen-
i .Ily stemij a.t'J in the nulu hlher on
Hi.t.ds were dull but higjr.
New York, July X ClOTTi'lK Steady
.niildliUKs. 7 3-We; ,ales. Itf bTles; spin
ner., 7S7 bales; sto. k, i.wrij)ijjles.
Vol) to-'la-.N. I l.. dpi. USbules; ex
pi.tts to I.I.-.M Hilt ,ii,, Oil bale,., 'to ,nc
C.litlll.t. I.al. - .-;u.k. 111.)! bal.o
,N-- yiJvaoj, I,-., July, s.-cuTXv.N-
t t, n.i.rr,
N .i 11 i'-r.
n 1' 7'. I'l'tmliiT. 1 sr',t.i,
TVI.niary. h!n.in ijl . Mii
C. I rrtKNCIi. I'rp.Ment.
WYAN .S'i;l.soN, Berretary nnil Trcmjrer.
I l.lll.ls; s;u.
nrli r ex.ruled for luturo Uihvery of
On :i iri'l 1'ioMslotis.
Ho. -n ?, 21 Rbd 22. I"xcllnnc, MIr.
I'm in wires to Chicago, New York nml
tiii: (iii.MN .MAituirr.
In or Whe.it. Tii.nin bushe; virn,
w.i'l imh-1s; otit. A",Sn litili'lf. and rye,
1 'ii. I lmhel.
W Mi:AT-U.ieelpt imst 21 hour .... .M
Sun., time lat rear ln.JiW
Hit little ciimitKt In nn'l not onnush on
.il. . "terday to (et ih" market. What
f implo.s of old llltm brniiKht stendy
.' - inn hw wa IrtiKRy nnd weak. The
i' .i market l very tint! nnd millers hold
r in or the marku, elevator men only
i n pk. Ily sumple oft irark here at Kan
'i On : No. 7 hshl, 2 cnr old nt R.V; No.
h.u I. nominal at Wtne; No. 4 hnrd,
i.j.ii'.l ; No. 2 red, 1 tflf hew nt US'', i cars
' I al 72c tihd 5,il"0 btmhels old to arrive nt
7 ' , No. S M-d, I enf old rtt ftnc; No. 4 red.
i ir old ni ii' and I car flew at 3c.
i'iiUN Kei'ilpt past 24 hours S.inu
S.imv time la.l vear f.ouo
There was another break in the market
y ! i-'lnv. the etiootirnBlnB reports rrotn
the nrowln crop catulnit n bearish spec
illative market, and buyers of cash ttrnln to
itulst uim lor prices, and even nt n re
duction of ldrtV there was slow trailing.
Ily sample on truck h"P" t Kann. cit;
No. 2 mlxpd, 2 ears ot 39V nnd 5 ears at
39c; No. 3 mlxH, ." ear at 3o; No. 2 white
12 cars ni 39c and 6 cars nt 39Vsc; No. 3
OAT Receipt pM 24 hours t.oon
ftntne time last year fi.o)
The market Is still drnKKy and weak.
The deniniid continues of the llpthlest char
acter, only such lots hr-lne taken its neinled
to supply the want or the Immediate trade.
Tty sample on track here at Kansns City:
No. 2 mixed, 2 ears nt 2!c and 3 curs at
BMji', lo.WW bushels to be delivered the Inst
half or AtiRtKt or Ih (September; No. 3
mixed, 2Jli2l3e: No. 4 mixed, SHtSOVl No.
2 white, 2Mill7ci No. 3 While, 23tj2lc; No. 4
TtVB Keveipts pnst 21 hours
Snme time Inst year ,
Dull and lower. Trices nominal. My
sample on trmk here at ICnnsns City: No.
2, iVeiioiie; No. 3, 52t(.i3c.
Kl.Ot' It Market very dull nnd values
weak at quotations. We quote as fol
lows: Sort wheat, per 100 pound sack,
pi tents, JI.POQ2.00; extra faincy, $1 $$91.75;
rancy, l.&OJil.W: choice. $l.4irSfl.50; hard,
wheal, prr 100 pound snek, patents, ll.SOJi
2.00; strnlRjits, $i.6'.(iil.75; bakers' $1.51irl.S0;
low irrndes. l.4fil.5; rye, $1.50131.60
COItN MKAI-Stlll lower and slow sale.
We quote nt Vic per cwt., bulk.
Cult.V CHOP Market draaity nnd lower.
We quoti" at 7K' per cwt.. sacked.
MlI.ljnT-Os'o receipts. Prices nominal.
Common nnd German, J2.00W2.50 per cwt.
ItltAN (Jiilei. but unchanged. Sacked,
3V, and bulk, 52c.
FliAXSKKD Pull nnd lower. We quote
$1.20 p'-r bushel, upon the basis of pure.
HAY Hecelots past 21 hours ....170 tons
Same time last year 60 tons
J'ralrle Is llrm nnd In fair dernnnd, but
timothy is dull and lower. ""We quote
as follows: New prairie, Ja.OOfW.tiO,
as to condition; old upland, fancy, $9.(J'j,
9.30 per ton; choice, $S.5Of9.0O; lowland, No.
1, $r...W77.00; No. 2, $5.50.00: old timothy,
tlA.iXttm.0u; No 1, $9,005(9.50: No. 2, now
S..M: No. 3, $7.'Ki,.50; new timothy, ?9.00W
10.00; clover mixed. No. 1. $S.OOW.00; No.
2, clover mixed, $7.00JiS.09; slruiBht clover,
Veterdi' t'hlciiK" Alarltet
As furnished by French IJros. Commission
Ccmpany, rooms 20, 21, 22, Kxchange bulld
Open. I Jllgh.l hotv.
Wheat, July ..
Oats, July ....
Pork, July ....
Jjiird, July ...
S. nibs, July..
12 2714I 12 17',' 12 I7U
i 4.1 12 Ha"-"' 12 a 1
6 Mitt 524!
6 52'i.l u2'4
0 67V4I 0 62'u 6 621..
C 10 C 35 6 40
0 57H 6 52V4 6 55
Chlcauo oar lots yeotcrdny Wheat, 9;
corn. liH; onts. 13S.
Kstimated receipts to-day Wheat, 2 cars;
corn. 95 cars; oats, 101 cars. ,
W1IRAT Cash No. 2 rel, 69',Ac: No. 3
red. 66&6Sc: No. 2 hard, 69c; No. 3 hnrd,
COItN Cash No. 4 mixed, 45',i:C, and
No. 2 white, 15V.
OATS Cash No. 2 mixed, 25c, and No. 2
Minneapolis received 98 cars of wheat nnd
Dnluth 6.1 cars. A- year ago was a holiday.
ltecelpts of wheat at primary points
yesterday were 17,fl00 bushels, and ship
ments, 315,000 bushels.
The four Atlantic ports cleared for ex
port yesterday 234.0V0 bushels of wheat, 32,
SOO packages of Hour, 55.4IK) bushels of corn
und 2,iill2 bushels of oats.
American, Canadian, JCuropenn afloat for
Kurope and Australian wheat stocks are
reported by Hradstreet'h to be IS.OOiJ.OW),
about 12 per cent less than a year ugo.
T. J. Logan & Co., of Chicago' wired W.
W. Cowetl yesterday: "The glowing re-
fmrts of the growing corn crop has caused
leiivy liquidation in neur futures, and sell
ing of May."
Samuel Gray, of Centralia, SIo., was at
the stock yards yesterday . He says corn
in Audrain county looks line; outs and
grass good, hut hay will be a little short;
no wheat raised.
A good rain fell In Kansas Tuesday
night .41 of an Inch at Wichita, .46 o,t
Podge City, Concordia got .01. At Oklaho
ma .32 of an Inch fell, at Springfield, Mo.,
.18. Showers are predicted for all the
Western states to-night.
The tlrst number of the Kansas City
Pine Current Is before us. It is a neat and
Well arranged little folio, and as Its name
implies, Is to be an exponent of, the trade
a ml Industries of Kansas city. Mr. Vin
lng. its editor, is a newspaper mun of ex
perience anil promises to give to our mer
chants a publication well worthy of their
Loading decreases In visible stocks of
available wheat last week, reported by
ltradstreet's, not included in the oili tut
visible supply report, Include tho follow
ing: i(65,iK)0 bushels In Northwestern inter
ior elevators; 130,000 bushels in Milwaukee
private elevators; 53,000 bushels In Chicago
private elevators; 4l,00ji bushels at Port
Huron, and BO.OOO bushels at Cleveland.
Corresponding Inert use were 20JJ00 bushels
each nt Akron and Ogdeusburg.
New Vork, July 3. Krodstreet's says
There were 12,0110,000 bushels of wheat ar
rived In Kurope lust week, and JO.uuO.oOU
bushels fresh shipments for Kurope.poini
ing to About 2,000,000 bushels decrease In
the wheat afloat for Kurope. This Is ascer
tained by our cable news advice and may
be relied on. Grain exchange outgivings
yesterday reported u decrease of 5,uCM,0U0
bushels of wheat u float for Kurope last
week. Hradstreet's exclusive cable report
of wheat available in Australia thuws
there were 5,soo,OuO bushels held there on
July 1, l95, ugalnst 7,W)0,(si bushels one
year ago and I.UUO.iwu bushels two years
The TJverpo.d Corn Tiade News gives
the following Minim.try of the world crop
conditions; Pram 1 Weather and crop re
ports not nuilc su favorable during the
last few days; the temperature has been
decKl.dly low. r, with a good ileal of rain,
which l not favorable for the wheat plant
during the flowering lieriud To-ilay'n
weather is reported stormy, ituskla Mail
advl.es are lavmable, but telegraphic ml
vices s4 "tuith.-r reports of dumage by
drouth ' and "crop Injured by too mu h
rain. Rtititimiit.i. a liitl,,,k ..v,..,ll,,r ,--
tiiu-lUr.gats--Late reports are fairly 'cut-
unueiwv; wneai wtti mage un avenue
yield; rye will p- I6,n),u0i) bushels short.
(Jernntnv Weather favorable for growing
crop. Italy The utttv1.1l report mentions
satisfactory conditions, but private nporis
r contradictory. Hpuln Ueports uie fav
orable; also In Ucluaim am) Holland mid
nulla. Northwest provinces and nulh re
port shiinkuge in nullum, but Itombiy
and Hind lliliv secured gooil I'rops
The Missouri wt-kly wruther bulletin
says; un the whole the week was exceed
ingly favorable tor plunt Hiowth, but in
many counties the ruins luive sctluusly
Interfered with haying und tervest und the
ground has been too wet for cultivation.
Wheat is about all 1 ut, except 1n koine
of the northern counties, and threshing
and stacking are in prugrc - wN-iv not
too wet. Conaiderabl.- damage by ralii is
reported in several of the central and
suuth.-m counties oats have continue!
tu iimirove rapidly and will be itiuiti bet
ter ijiau VfUK tx peeled u few weeks ago.
iney are ripening and burviwt is in pro
gress. Corn ha grown rapidly, is begin
ning to silk and ta- I, and OJU'h of it
has been laid b. In -ome dbitrJits where
m "v. p.-nm ii..- i'ittiiiM( euilivuiiou,
It has btcome very w.,dy, but is gent r
ally In goo.1 cuii. 11 K. m. chinch bugs are
siill Lung mu. ti cuna. In plueei-, though
5ruvwli.vl U-.vUva fi jaiUB. Uruisua hvu
,ti'. v trn,lv, '-n!r. K", Xi V.
II. Aiiriiii, (! TJiif. 74. .
' (' 71 : tii tntior. f. ili.;.' .
THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. THURSDAY. JULY 4, 1805.
m-i,. cool growth on I Kt i,g h.i .m
;n.;n, . II, 11 win p-ob.ibi) ,i.r,ii;i tWo-
thlr.ls .f 1 cr.)i
The K.ina weiklv weather biitl.tin
ra f artn with tronir south win Is
tir.i.i '.n the tlrst of th- ..k. r.illowl
by iii.il. dmnp wenili. r. giung cool mint
gem t illy In the Western duMon. nnd the
south, in 1 ountles. of the ml. I. II. and smith
fntnii .nuntl.-s or the entern dlvllon.
ntid In Marshall nnd Washington. Willi
llEht to Mir rnln over tin rest of the
stnte. In the eastern division the torn
pres-nts a fine rtppenrnm e. with its dark
color, even stntid nnd dean ground, nnd
It lieginnlng to tassel genirnlly, except the
late plnntlne. Wheat harvest Is over nnd
ont harvest begun, the onls having im
proved greatly Turing Hip past two week,
inme haylnt hs begun, lmt the croti t
gen. rally light. T'nilt l fine; penches nnd
nprbott ripening. Pasture, meadows nnd
gnrden Improving. In the tnlddte division
tin- strong hot winds the first of the week
Injured the grains in n measure, lmt the
cool, damp dnys following have rilrei
the dnmnge generally nnd place crops In
n better condition. The rnlnt In the south'
em enuntlet have vpty tnaternillv helped
nil crops there. Harvesting of wheat pro
gressing, with oat barest beginning. In
the western division the heat or the tlrst
days did some injury to small etalns, but
It has heen fully n paired h the cool,
damp days following, and th- farmers nil
n.t this division are Kretttlv rncoutnged
by the outlook nt thi . lo. nf the week.
MILLS Conunission Co.,
Ili:l New Vork Life Ilullilliic,
lelepbolie SIMS. KANSAS ITI'Y, All).
nealcr.t In rlRATN nnd PltoVtSIONB for
cash or future delivery, nnd ItAII.HOAn
STOCKS nnd IloNDS Orders by mall or
telegraph promptly executed.
I.inseil Wires to t lilrngo and .New Vnrlt.
ltefer to llrndstreefs nnd Dun's Mercan
tile Agencies, New Ki.gldlid Sate Deposit
nnd Titist Company.
iiit: I'ltoiitici: 3iAitiit:r.
Quotallons below are for Job lots. On
email lots higher prices are nsked and ob
tained, enough being asked to cover extra
cost of curing for and tilling thm. The
parties making small outside orders want
the best goods nnd selections. Dealers pre.
rer to handle the goods In Job lots In
straight consignments, us received.
lll'TTKIt Coming in more freely, the
Improverd condition of pastures Increas
ing the output. Demand, however, very
good for all choice table goods and values
sternly, even low grades moving In a fair
way. We quote It as follows:
Highest grade separator, liV-; ilnest garn
ered cream, tic: line rresn, good flavor. 13c;
fair to good, I2e. Dairies: Pan;y farm,
lie; fnlr to good lines, S. Country store
packed: Kalicy, 10c; Iresh und sweet pack
KtliJS Dull. Fresh, Sc
HCTI'KIllNn Creamery grades. In 20 to
CO pound tubs, solid, ISc per pound; dairy
grades. In 25 to 60 pound tubs, solid, 134c
per pound; rolls, prints or bricks, 2 pounds,
In 10 pound tubs, '2" higher than solids,
an! 1 pound, le higher than solid".
C1IEBS1J Wu quote: Herkimer county.
N. Y Cheddars, 13c per pound; Crawford
county. Pa., Cheddars, Hi- per pound; She
boyan, Wis., twins, 12c; Sheboygan, Wis.,
Young America, 12Vsc; Missouri and Kan
sas full cream, Sc.
POI'LTItY AND GAMU-The market is
not so llrtn on springs under Influence ot
a heavy supply. The movement at the
opening slow, but when values were cut
to iiii2e there was some trading done.
Hens steady nnd supply good. Turkeys
qiil.t. Hens, 6c; roosters, 12'cli 15c; springs,
llii12c; turkeys, hens, 6lt6'.,c;tom5, 6c; ducks,
Si, geese, aVfcc; pig. ens, iac, eat, choice
iO to lOo pounds, otusiac.
MELONS Offerings of watermelons
heavy and the movement slow with values
weak. No cantaloupes here of any conse
quent. We quote: Watermelons, per
dozen, $1.G02.1; cantaloupes, per dozen,
HKltltlKS AND CHKItltlHS-Iteceliits
good, demand good and valtus held stoadv.
lllackbcrrles, per twenty-four quart crate,
J1.25'ul.M; raspberries, black, $1.25iil.50;
raspberries, rco, $2.00; strawberries, JitKrjf
2 50; gooseberries, per 21 quart crate,
Jl 2501. 50: huckleberries, per 21 ouart cra'e.
$1 75; cherries, per crate, J2.D0j72.23; cur
POTATOES ltecelpts good and market
weak: only new wanted; selling at lO'ijiOo
oltANOKS Market dull. Quoted as
follows: Mexican, J2.75M.00; Washington
navels, J3.00S3.50. California seedlings,
fancy. $2 7",ti3.M: choice. $2.25572 50
LEMONS Klrm und in good demand.
Messlnn, $3.5uft6.f,0; Malaga, $5.Wfi5.50.
HAS'ANAS Oulct. Large, J1.75S(2.00;
Jumbo. $2.t"Ki3i") per bunch.
PLt.'MS Market dull and weak. A good
many coming in. Texas plums, sand
hill. 30ii7.V per crate; thirds, 2ii;tiv; wild
goose. 75cw$l.io per ornte; 4O'u.".0c per "a.
bushel; 75e per 4 basket crate. Arkansas
yellow plums. f,0C$l.nrt tier crate
CALIPOItNIA FI'l'ITS Slow sale. Wo
quote as follows: Peaches, 75fi$1.0O
per box; cherry plums, $1.75 per box;
Ciymnn plums. J1..5 per box; cherries,
scarce, choke, 75cii$1.0o per lit pound box;
apricots, fancy. 7.VSi$l.(J0 per crate.
PKACIIKS Maik.'t dull, even at the low
prices. A good many on sale. Choice,
40c; fnlr to good. LWiSOc per 1-3 bushel box;
75c per I basket, crate; home grown, SSIjlOa
per peck; 0416.11. per Vi bushel. Arkansas
apricots. It.onit t:,i per crate.
APPLES Market glutted with green nnd
shlpped-ln lire not paying express charges.
Fancy. 20SJ2O, ; tair, 10ft15c per 1-3 bushel
box: bom.- grown, common, 2iii25c per
bushel: choice. 2."li35c tier bushel.
TOMATOES Arriving less freely and de
mand vi ry good and values firmer; selling
at SOfitlfic per crate.
NEW VEUETA1ILRS Market slow nnd
weak. Offerings liberal. Cabbage, slow,
home grown, 155i3oc per dozen bends. I'eas.
4m!,i0 per bus.hel. Onions, new, market
active, OSeSttl On per bushel. Turnips,
home grown. 2"c per bushel. Cauliflower,
2Sr30c per dozen. Letttie, 2ii25c per bush
el. Radishes, dozen bunches. Cucumbers,
slow; $1.00 per bushel box; medium, 75c
$1,00; home grown. SOfiSSe per dozen. Pie
plant, 13c two dozen bunches. String nnd
wax beans, l.V2.V per bushel. Texas
squash, SKfiiWc per bushel box; fancy, 104?
20c per doii.-n; home grown. 40c per iloz.n.
fleets, 3 dozen bunches, 25c; 4ii5i3c per
bushel, fireen 011I..11S, 3 and 4 dozen bunch
es, 25c. Carrots, 5 dozen, 25c. Sweet corn,
home grown, 5c per dozen. Kohlrabi, 20c
imooil COIIN Quoted: Hurled green,
4"45'ic per pound; green, self-working. 4'4
(75V4c; red tipped, self-working, Ic; com
mon, self-working, j3';c; crooked, half
price; dwarf. 3'-j4i5c.
FEATHEI'.S-Prtme geese, !5e per pound;
dark and soiled, SOc; mixed and old, 1530c;
I per cent tare on small tacks and 3 per
cent on large.
HONEY 1 pound comb, white, 15e; fall,
1 pound comb, 13'ollc; 2 pound comb Call,
fornla white, l'.il7c, 2 pound comb, Cali
fornia dark. 12'13c; extracted. In cans, iis
7c; extracted, In barrels, 5ti6c.
CKOUND LINSEED CAKE-Quoted: Car
lots, sacked, $22.00 per ton; 2,000 pounds,
Jl SO per 100 pounds.
BEESWAX-.No. 1 nmber, 22c per pound;
No. 2. ISc.
NUTS Jobbing prices: Cocoanuts, per
ished. MilOe. Peanuts Virginia, white.
100, quoted at $1.00. J'ecans Missouri, per
raw", per pound, iMie: Tennessee, raw,
4H85C; roasted, 76Se; Kansas, 3Vju. Hick,
ory nuts Small, per bushel, $1 25; large,
! 25. Hazelnuts 2i2VaO per pounu. Chest
nuts IQo per pound.
DUIED riir.Tit-Sun dried: Apples,
ctoicc, Co per pound; good, 5c; poor, 3c.
Wool, llldet and I'llU.
WOOL I 'lrm and In tair demand. We
quote us follows: Missouri and similar
I' Hie, iiue; lino llle.llMln, Wlllc; nieillllin,
1113c; combing, 12;H.", ccarse, IQiiUo.
Kudmi,. Nebraska and Indian Territory
Pine, 7G9e. lino medium. T&IOi't medium,
01 lie; combing, HiflSc; coarse, kil(w. Col.
orado Pine, 69e; line medium, 7fcl0o; me.
dium, Smjl2e; coarse and carpet. Mi 10c; ex.
tra heavy und sandy 54i"c.
HIDES AND PELTS-Steady and selling
very well Wu quote: llreeti and suited,
free of brands. No. 1, 74i,c per pounu. No.
2. 6'.e; green, 5sc; green salted, butt brand,
ed. No. 1, 6c; No. 2, 5Vc; green alted,
kldri branded. No 1. CUe: No 2. 5c. ureun
Salted Uips, ii!a25 pounds. No. 1, UUc; No.
2, 6',-jc; green salted calf. Si 15 puunds. No.
1. u: No. 2. Cc: ureen salted hides. Nns t
and and halt branded, around 6vc; green
uncureil. No. I, Cftc; dry Hint hides, No. I,
9c; No. 2, 7,c; dry salt hides, No. 1, So; No.
2, 7t. Sheep pelts, green and dty, 10C50c;
dry, 4fo5e per i-ound.
TALLOW-Wo ijuoIh as follows: ;o. 1.
I'-.c; No 2 4c '
SI. lands. July 3 WOOL Strong, but
quiet. We quote: .MlSkUUtl, llllliuis. elc -,
Combing, 16c; combing and clothing,
I54it5'c; coaise and braldeil 15iil5u.c; me
dium clothing, ll'a'ull'jc: light flu,., I21V;
heuvy line, loiiilo'ac. Kulikiis and Nebraska
-Mwlluui, liktillc: light line, ligjllc; heuvy
line, MSc. Texuk, Arkansas. Indian Terri
toryrail and spiing, UkSilIe; coarse anil
low, s&llc: llglit tine, isfclOc: heavy line,
iiiw. Dakota, Wyoming. V lab Medium,
l2rHllc; coaifcu and low, llsiillc: light lliie.
lU4tl1c: heavy line, Mi9c. Tub washed-4
Choice, 20'so; fair, lfc&19e; coarse and low.
l.t-ml and inc.
ew York, July 3. Load Strong; brok
nrice. $3.12'-i; exchange mice. $3.:iu.
aiMtjter ijuiei. ioiuvkiic, td.uo.
St. Louis, July 3. Lead Late dullness
and deprt kslon recovered and market
sttonger. salts ranging from $3,10 to $3.12'
Spelt.r -Strong and udvum iug. sellini- n't
a.i33.5'i wJtli iwi wa .'or. moiv.
A J, GILLESPIE ifcMWi
ni Jl UlUb-ui lb v R OILLKSPIE
&: CO. J J. K. OILLEI'lE
Commission .terchnnt.t, Kansas Cltr
Liberal advances mndo to parties feed
ing stork. Isuylng feeding cattle on orders
n speclnlty. Correspondence solicited. Tel
ephone NY 1523.
MAItKIMS IIY TEI.EOIIAI'II.
St. I.011K July 3.-IM.Ot'tt-tlecelp,
1. hnnrlt, nn 1 shipments, l.t) barrel'.
Hardly any detnind. henvy nnd declin
ing Patent. 3 9.ViH.ifi: extra rancy, $3.CMf
.1.75: fancy, $3 3Vn.i I; (hole... $3.1Wj3.N, rye
flour. $.?.7.Vgt.( , ... ,
WH EAT-lteelplt, 17,!) bushel nnd
shipment. 3,0m bushel. Market cotitlmu
iinsfltlcd nnd appear to be Just trembling
In the balance, nwnltlng the movement of
the new ctop to market rre tnklng n de
cided move one wny or the other, In price.
The Inclination was downward to- lay,
especially for July, tvhlrh closed with sell
er Ir below yr-sterdnv' Into bid, while
September wn salable 'c below whnt win
nked nt close of ye.ttcrdny. No. 2 red
rh, 9'v bid; July, C9'i,c bid; September.
70c bid . , ,
CoItN-Ileeeipt, 2,(.i bushel, nnd ship
ment, 7,no bushel. Hit 11) weak; Septem
ber filing -V.C lower enrly. The mnrket
t-ecotered from It enrly weakness on re.
tinrt or large export nles nt the en
li"iird. A eilr became scarce the prico
nlvanced '4e nnd the eloe wn neur the
top No 2 mlted eiitli, IIV bid, July,
I.', bid; SeptPtnber. HSfltlt.e.
iATS-Ilecelpl. 15.rtO bushel, and ship
mnt, t.oio bushel. The tendency wa
llll downward thi morning In tho future
market In sympathy with decline else
where nnd on the crop prospect. Septem
ber selling erf '.iffV. but toned up under
belter buying. A rerovery of 'e took plnce
bill did not hold, though the close wn
lightly better than yesterday. Spot strong
er; No. i cash. 35', c bid; July, 23c nsked;
CUINMEAI.-Qulet. Quoled nt J2.l5fi!.S
i;ii. .r sinw aie. 1 resn. c.
HPTTElt Dull and weak.
PoltK Standard mess, 12.rA
LAItli-Prlme steam, $6.37'
I1ACON-Moved shoulders, C50; longs,
J7.("i; rib". 7.I2': shorts. $7.25.
DltY SALT .MEATS ltoxed shoulder,
J5.75: longs, Jii.371; rlb, Jfl.62'4; shorts, J6.75.
Chlrneo, July 3 -FLOI'lt-Hocelpts, t'.oou
bnrrels, nnd shipment, 4,is barrel. Still
weak. Quoted as fallows: Winter patent",
$3.90f(4.C; tra1ghts, $S.10fi.1.90; spring pnt
etits. $3.9.Wil23: straights, f3.10fj4.tsJ; bakers'
llt'TTUIt Weaker. Creamery. JOglC'tc;
EtUlS-Qnlet. Kresli, J0tfil1e.
New Orleans, July 3. PP.OVlStONS
LAUD Iteflned tierce, 4;jtiic.
HONED MEATS-Dry salt shoulders,
Cc: side". 6s.c.
HAMS-Choice sugar eurid, 9'4579V,e.
KICK-Dull. Ordinary to good, .W.c.
PLOPH Dull; extra fancy, $3.Ssft3.9);
patents. $l.10ft ,2").
coitN.MEAI-Qulet; $2.30 per barrel.
Hit AN Stendy; 774; S2V.
HAY Easy: prime timothy, 14.(Ijl5 50;
choice. JI5 5(Hf16.5n
COHS Easier: No. 2 sacked, mixed and
white, 53c; yellow, 5lft55c.
OATS Dull and lower; So. 2 sacked, 3H4
Liverpool, July 3. WHEAT Spot quiet;
demand poor. No. 2 red winter. 6s I'td;
No. 2 red spring, 5s lftl; No. 1 hard Mani
toba, 5s lOd; No. 1 California. 5s Id. Fu
tures opened quiet with near and distant
position "id higher; closed quiet with July
unchanged nnd other months Ud lower.
July, 5s Id; August, fis 4'sd; September. 3s
5VI; October. 5s Sd: November, 3s 6tid;
December, 5s 7d.
ColtN Spot quiet. American mixed,
new, 4s 3d. Futures opened quiet with near
and distant positions '-d lower; closed
(pilot with July i-d lower and other months
i,d lower. July, 4 2d; August, 4s 1,U; Sep
tember. 4 .tisd.
FLOFH Dull; demand poor; St. Louis
fancy winter, 7s fid.
HACOS Quiet but steady; demand poor,
Cumberland cut, 2S ro 30 pounds,
32s; short ribs, 2S pounds, 32s; long
clear light, 3S to 13 pounds, 33s; long
clear, heavy, 55 lbs, 32 6d; short clear
backs, light, IS lbs, 33s 6d: short clear mid
dles, heavv. D5 lbs., 32s Cd; clear bellies, II
to 16 lbs. 34s.
SHOFLDEnS-Squaro, 12 to IS lbs.. 51s.
HAMS Short cut. 14 to 16 lbs, 43s.
TALLOW Fine North American, nomi
nal. ISEEF Extra India mess, 7Ss 91; prime
mess, 61s 3d.
I'OHIC Prime mess, fine Western, C7s 6d:
LA1UJ Dull; prime Wctcm, 33s 6d; re
fined, in palls, 3K
Coffee nnil Snirnr,
New York. July 3. COFFEE Options
opened steady at unchanged prices to 3
points advance, ruled firmer on high Euro
pean cables and .-cant offerings; demnnd
local and light for covering shorts; no out
side orders; closed steady nt 5'il0 points
net ndvanee. Sale. 5,00) bugs, Including:
July, ll.3ofill33c; September. 11.50c; Octo
ber, 1 1.551 11.60c; December. 11.50c.
Spot coffee Itio. quiet: S'o. 7, 15',c; mild,
quiet; Cordova, lS'i1il9c; sales, none.
Santo. Quiet; nominal; mixed average
Santos not quoted; receipts, Wv) bags;
stock, 16S,0il bags.
Hamburg Quiet; unchanged to U pfg
higher: sales, !.() bags.
Itio Steady; No. 7 Itio, 1I,W; exchnnge.
lod; receipts, 5.0"0 bags; cleared tor the
i'nltert Stales, 'JX") bags; desired for Eu
rope, l.OiM bags; stock, lf,0"0 bags; cleared
July 1. 5.(i00 bags.
W arehouse deliveries from New York yes
terday, 6,314 bags; New York stock to-dav,
2ito.il bags; United Slates stock, 297.43?
bags; afloat for the 1'nlted Slates, 2l3.(v)
bags; total visible for the I'nltod States,
513, CVS bags, against 312. S6 bags last year.
Sl'C.AIt Itaw. steady: sales. 5uo tons
centrifugal, 95 test, at 2 5-16c, c. and f.:
also late yesterday, 5,110 bags at 2 C-liic. o,
and f., and 1,1,0 bags molasses, Nt test, at
IV'. Iteflned. fairly active; No. 6, I l-lfifp
4'.c; No. ,S. 3 15-10fi4'i,c; No. 9. 3Ttii I I-I60;
S'o. 10, 3 13-I6rilc; No. 11. 3 ll-161,3';c; No.
12, 3 'J-Ii.ij34c; No. 13, u-c.
Now Orleans. July 3.-COFFEE Steady;
Hln. ordinary to fair, 17"'if; IS'-i.
SI'OAlt Quiet; open kettle, fair to prime,
2.,Hi3e: common to good common, 2,f 1 2'uo.
Centrifugal, olf white, 3 13-lCc; granulated
white, 39-I60; choice yellow clarified, 3'se;
prime yellow c-lnrltleii, 3 7-16c; off yellow
clarlllod, S'.itiSSc: seconds, ;t;3 1-1i'ic.
MOLASSES Steady; centrifugal, good
prime, Willo; good fair to prime, 6'n7c;
good common to fair, 5o; inferior to com
There was a llrmertone to tho market
yesterday under the influence of a stronger
feeling In hogs. Packers were offering
less freely, though buyers were not very
bullish and much of the Hade was of a
We quote car lots:
LAHD-Cash. J6.33; Julv, $6.35.
D. S. MEATS (partly cured) Shoulders,
cash, $5.50 per cwt.; short ribs, ,tdes, cash,
J6 40; Jong clear sides, 6.n; short clear
tides, M 5).
OHEEN MEATS Shoulders, $5.33 per
cwt.; hams, ii.10.
S. J. MEATS Hams, cash, $8.00; shoul
ICye and eeiU.
Chicago, July 3. Itye No. 1, cash, 'A-;
September, Me. Flaxseed No, 1, cash,
$1.29; September. $1.20
St. Louis, July 3. Itye Steady: No. 2,
cash, sacked, "' on east track. Flaxseed
Cash, 11.40. Clover seed-Cash, $5.15. Tim
othy BBi-a-J3.00 I.W.
Cincinnati, July S.-WHISKY-Qulet.
Sales, 170 barrels at $1.2.
St. Louis, Mo., J uly 3.-WIUSKY-Slcady.
Distlllerk' tlnikhe.i uoods 111 41.25.
Peoria, 111.. July 3.-WIISKY-Flrm.
Finished goods on the basis of $1.21 for
i.m: stock AiAiucr.T.
ltecelpts nt I'hicago. St. Louis, Omaha
and Kansas em yesterday were: Cuttle.
I -. '...I. !,...,., 'J I I... ...... . ,. ... , ...... .
.....H,, ,!,,,., wt.'-j., ,.,., ,ii-r., ii,u.j, kauie
time last year, cattle, ; hogs, , und
New Yotk. July 3. European cablet quote
American steers at 10W&H!i..c, dressed
wngnts. tteirigerntor Peer at al,(:i'jc. Ex
iili'Is to-day, 252 beeves, 2,256 quarters cf
IIATTLE .Movement the past twenty
lleceipts , 2,250 411
Shipments , l.nr. t:i
Drlve-outs , 3,472 159
There was quite 11 drop In 4he receipts
yesterday and the murket 11 little firmer.
There were not enough good, ripe, native
steers in to draw nut tho full exoorl de.
nmnd and If inoie were here, there would
have been more life and a stronger market.
As It was prices ruled 5T7pc per cwt. high
er. Cows were steady and firm und de
mand good. Stockets and feeders were
qulut and weak. Itiinge cattle, as well as
natives, brought a little moie money un
der the Influence of light olferlngs and Ihe
pens were soon cleared illlch cows were
dull, hut sttmly. Common, JI.miIS; medium
to fair. $2'Mi2l. and good to choice, $25ii35.
Av.Wl Price. No.
DHESSED HEEF AND EXPORT STEERS.
aft..... so; 1 i6i3$i,,,. 4. ?a
liobt. 0, White & Co.
Live Slock Commhsion Slcitlianls,
, KHiisas City Stock Yards.
Conrlcnmrnts nnd correspondence solicit
ed. Mnrket reports fres uijn appllcitlon.
C.NM..X CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP lo
Lone 4r Star
l:MMIotl)N r. COMPANY.
For Hel Tttsults. A New Company.
Cardial. JIW.OOX Telephone 110S.
Knnsn City Stock Ynrds.
Market reports furnished, Write us.
FARMERS. FEEDERS, SHIPPERS
CATTLE, HOGS nnd SHEEP lo
Ben L, Welch & Co.
Stock Ynrds. Knnsn City, Mo.
Mnrket reimrts furnished. Write ut.
1"2 . 1110,... 4 70 n .. , t.-T ... 1 SS
16 . . '2'1 ... I 4.) 1i 1101 .. 3 V.
.'.' 911 ... 3 70 .'. .. . 1161 ... 5 u
.'.'.... 1.'.i7 . . 4 ' . 21 .. mo.... 1 li".
32 . .. 1140 ... 4 1V1 I 2D 111''..... 4 3.'.
31 1IIM.... 3 V. ' 16 JrtS.... 3 60
I S20.... 1 50 1 Mo..., 1 rr.
3 102O.... 2( 7 J61.... 2 13
12 SOO.... 2 25 19 IST2.... 2 35
7 1071.... 2 10 7 Sl'l.... 2 50
2" 1017.... 2 55 10 1017.... !W
II 991.,.. 2SS 3 1170.,.. SOD
7 Hill.... 3P5 4 935.... 3 2.5
1 SI0..,, 150 12 SO!..,. 2 if.
8 1016.... SIS 2 1120.... 2 25
15 MR.... 2 BO 9 972.... 2 52U
11 1020.... 2 75 6 9S1.... 3 ml
6 lll'l.... at.) 2 1020.... 3 23
11 1115.... 3 70
1 1150..., 55 I 1 116.1,... 2 75
1 9).... 1 ,V5 3 S66..., 2 25
1 1410.... 2 10 1 960.... 2.V)
1 910..,. 2 10 1 10.... 2 50
1 910.... 2 2.. I 1 1370.... 2 10
1 72.... 2 50 I 4...... 707.... 3 00
7 657.,.. 2 25 I 23 S03.... 2 7.".
1 t .... 5 01 I 2 Ifr .... 5 73
2 0 .... 6 75 ! 3 Iff.... 2 00
STOCKETlfl AND PEEDEltS.
19 1101.... 3 5 20 1296.... 4 10
12 413.... 3 10 29 S70.... 5 50
21 tilt.... 3 90 21 1102..., 3 25
21 1203.... 110 11 615.... 3 10
22 1070.... 4 I") 19 570.... 3 15
17 676.... 3 10 52 113S.... .1 S5
ItANC.E CATTLE NATIVE DIVISION.
143 Ic62.... 3 15 I 66 100S.... 3 13
21 912.... 3 25
19 ML... 3 23 (
7 SIS.... 2 20 I 33 SiXl.... 2 33
26, 1211.... 4 1V.
ItANC.E CATTLE TEXAS DIVISION.
TEXAS AND INDfAN STUItS.
20 930.... 3 10 I 2ft 1039.... 3 55
72 922.... 3 25 32 S52.... 3 10
14 572.... 2 50 I 7S SV'..... 2 9")
IS lf.... 3 20 I 12 S66.... 3 HO
6S 97S.... 3 40 27 S52.... 2 S3
13 S20.... 3 05 I 26 M9.... 2 90
TEXAS AND INDIAN roWS.
13 693.... 2 50 I 6S 6S3.,., 2 10
29 fill.... 2 55 II S79.... 2 31
30 767.... 2 50 51 613.... 2 23
63 677.... 2 40 2S 75S.... 2 50
25 751.... 2 50 I 26 716.... 2 30
TEXAS AND INDIAN IH'LLS.
1 1160.... 1 90 I 5 1010.... 2 00
2 790.... 175 2 1140.... 2 50
3 1250.... 175 I 1 1160 2 13
TEXAS AND INDIAN HEIFEHS.
21 707.... 2 15 I 1 450.... 2 10
TEXAS AND INDIAN CALVES.
102 i .... 5 00 I 19 ff .... 5 50
74 HI.... 5 50 I 15 Ifi .... 5 50
HOfiS-Movement past 21 hours:
A Armor and fairly active market was
had yesterday. Light receipts, both hero
and elsewhere, encouraged buvers nnd they
bid up prices Sinoe, and the pens were
soon cleared. Packers got most of the
offerings, though there were several or
ders In. Extreme range, $4,651(1.93; bulk ot
No! Shi Av. PilcelNo. Sh! Av. Tries
7i 120 ifi", J I 62'i! 93 So 172 l 65
61 160 172 I 73 71 .. 215 4 60
65 .. 190 1 70 60 160 213 4 70
72 SO 203 4 72'.i 7N . . 191 I 75
6S .. 223 I 75 SS 320 1!; 4 75
75 SO 202 4 70 6S 40 216 4 75
13.) .. 202 1 77'j 111 .. 219 4 SO
.V6 lfitl 21S ISO (A .. 239 4 80
76 10 231 I SO 62 160 291 4 SO
57 10) 225 I S2'-.- S2 40 232 1 S2'A
6S .. 236 1 87' tci '40 272 4 87','"
67 ..272 4 m 59 .. 27S 4 95
55 80 171 4 62S 90 SO 171 4 67'.i
56 .. 161 4 70 SO 430 263 4 65
51 210 211 4 65 51 20i) 197 4 70
70 80 197 4 70 65 .. 1S6 4 70
61 ... 218" I 70 51 120 212 4 72'i
73 SO ::17 175 61 .. 191 4 75
8S 10 ISt 4 75 S2 80 1S1 4 75
52 ..22S 4 80 S2 SO 223 I SO
52 SO 241 I SO SI .. 201 I SO
67 SO 215 4 80 S3 10 211 4 80
Ei .. 26i! 4 S5 72 .,212 4 S5
1.9 .. 2I 4 87',- K .. 2SI 4. W
69 . . 265 4 90
SHEEF Movement nnst ' hour..'
Shipments " ,
Drlve-outs 1 3,)i
, The offerings yesterday were light, and
have been so all week, and under the in
fluence of scarcity the mnrket ruled tinner
and sales were made -without trouble, both
of sheep and lambs, and the yard prutty
well cleared up bv the close.
It EPRES ENTAT I VK S A LES.
AV Wt Trl.a
76 fed Southwest
5S Texas culls, lambs
71 $5 30
6S 5 25
59 1 50
I f) 3 75
71 2 15
3S 2 0)
iioitHi;s and .AIl'LES-JIovement the
past 21 hours:
iT2LpnV w.aH i1""0 .or ,n,)'l'lnp iloltig'inThls
class of stock yisterduy. No outside buy
ers in to speak of, local speculators con
trolling the trade and they buying with
the utmost caution The market viis not
only very dull, both for horses und mule
but values weak. Some thought u shade!
Mules, 11 hands
-Mules, Hij hands
Mules, 15 nnnds
Mules, 1514 hands
Mules, 16 to lfi4 hands.
.. W 50
.. Coif 70
.. 30i 45
., 45fjl 70
... 45fi 7l
SOLD AT AUCTION
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week, at the Jvunsas City
Stock Yards Horse and Mule Dept,
IV, S. TOIKill A- Ml.N, .Malingers. r
Hundreds of all classes of horses sold at
private sale and at auction each day. All
block rniikt be as represented or no sale
LIVE &.OIJIC IIV TEl.hlill.W'll,
St. Louis, Mo., July 3. CATTLE He.
celpts. 2.8u0, shipments. l.Ouo, Market
sttong and, fairly active. Natlv.i dressed
. iiivuku, ji ly a.-i 'A ITt.lJ-Supp y uultoJ;
Sinai I. and demand u-.tu t... ..!.:.'' . '.."i'T'i
than It has been lately that it wus an easy
natter to obtain uu advance of tWJ5o per
1 lirililtilu on ,, l,.,t. ...... .. '"I! l'V-1
1 I. . 1 . .....ov ,xj,a ..mi
,r.n.l ... 1.
Export cattle were salafil.. n -. .,s.z. v,. ...'.
advance of 50c per loo pounds' on 'prices
nald a. vear airo. Kinrlri .....1 .....!'..'.'!:
slowly, with sales chiefly it $2.73l ti
Cows and heifers wete in active demand
and good demand puce more m J2.23ji5.40
for inferior to choice grades. Alwut 1 5m!
Texas cattle were received, niakln"- 71-0
marketed durlni: tho first luii ..".. .!&
AVItU a Uvelv: aciaauii urigts luiviuSJU I
J V,'.Ts -' '''"J. .Mockers' ami feeders
tU..nl'Jt: eows, $2.30513.50. Texas cattle'
jo-iliac better; led steers, 3.5tnl.75; grass
..,..,. ,1 . ., I
..coiiuuie ,11 quumy. tommun to strlctlv
cholco native beef steers were u7tii.i. . V.i
" - , M. ....
J-i'tK wltl uxtra beeves quotable at
U9UJJ0.GO; transactions were largely at $1 "3
jia.6o, as the supply consisted to a great
extent of comnioii tr. nnlv rniri.. ....n't ,r.' ...l
TRADE DULL IN THE PIT, j
WHEAT W." WEAK AMI t'I.tSl:
Aiiutr 3-8r t.tiwi;it.
Corn (lalnnl tS to tte for September,
list Were 11 I'nttlon Higher nnd
I'roiltlont Were I'lrmrr anil
.Made Slight (lain.
Chicago, III., July 3. Trade wn ilull to
day In nil departments of the spo ulatl-r
butlnes. The holiday to-morrow had
much to 1o with the small trad' but be
side that, there I n great lak of outsi le
pecumtlve Investment. Wheat was wi ,k
and about c lower; corn nverng. I nrm
and gained Hflic for Scpiembtr, an vnisj
rlr.sH He higher. Provisions were firmer
and show .small gains.
Weaknes n the feature of t'v rnrly
trailing, the opening transactions takiig
place nt from iifPS1" below the clo.1. ng llg
tire of yesterday. The main source of tl.t
weaker feeling wn in the Northwest,
where Ihe weather wn of tho most favora
ble character for the wheat plant. OtHsi lo
of thai feature of the situation the ntws
of the day was more bullish than before, n
the following enumeration of the prltalpnl
Item will demonstrate- Th" Chi ugo re
ceipt were only nine cars, two of whloh
were new wheat, one car grading S'o, 3
hard, nnd the other No. 3 red, Mlnneapo
II received hlhoty-olght car and Dnluth
lxty-llve, or 163 cor In nil, compared with
4"6 yesterday. At the chier Western wlnttr
wheal markets the receipt were n fol
low!; Knnsn City, I,00 bushel; St. Louis,
17.397; Toledo. 2,00') bushels, nnd Detroit.
692 btlhel. The shipments from Dnluth to
day amounted to 260.0"0 lmhel. mnklng for
two ilnys 520.C-J bushel shipping. Tho ox
ports of whont nnd flour from the Atlantic
port were heavy. In comparison with the
average of the fat ten days, the total
amounting to the equivalent of 420.(J bush
els, 23l,fM) bushels of which were In ths
shape ot wheat. Tho early Liverpool ca
bles quoted an advance there ot "id per
cental, but the later cnbles reported n itc- ,
cllne of 'ill slnco yesterday, the latter de- I
cllne resulting probably from the weak
opening nt Chicago, llerlln cablegram re
ported firmness nnd a slight advance, while
Paris sent no report and Antwerp repeated,
The senbonnl reported some Inquiry for
export, but chiefly for flour, and Dnluth
wired thnt there weu' buying orders from
abroad for flour In thnt market. Tho mar
ket here, lifter a decline from around 71 4c
nt the opening to a pont below 71c and a
recovery to around 71'ic, settled Into slug
gishness and assumed tho usual character
istics of tho day preceding the great na
tional holiday. The business of the board
wn Interfered with In the latter half ot
the session by the patriotic zeal or some
or the younger members nnd trading was
spasmodic. Tho price of September was
kept between 71c and 71'c, with tho lower
edge of the range prevailing near the end.
The closing price for September was 71' y
7H4C and for July, f,9';fit,9'ic
Tho corn market had some weak spots,
but on the whole ruled Arm compared
with the limpness of the wheat market.
The fluctuations were confined to a range,
of about 1c. Tho seaboard advised n good ,
export Inquiry and sent their orders for
execution here. About forty boat toads
were reported sold at tho seaboard, which
means the shipments of that quantity from
here, ltecelpts here were nominally 101
cars, but ten ot those were merely trans
ferred from the Irregular houses. Septem
ber opened easier at 16c, declined to I.Vj.c, '
rose to 16'ic and, after fluctuating be
tween 16c and 16'jc the most of tho day,
closed at 4114 57 l61Hc.
The notion ot the oats market was qulto
reversed. The parties who of late have
sold freely ami wenkened prices were buy
ing to-dny and caused it sharp advance.
Some good sized short lines were covered
during the latter part of tho session. Sep
tember started from 2i'c to 21'tc, weak
ened to 23'.;c. rallied to 2P21'c, and
back to 21c, and Anally recovered to 2l',c.
The provision trado was rather dull, but I
the market was strong, and It was found '
dlllleult to buy much without udvanclng
the price. July deliveries were prlnclpallv 1
the demand, indicating an nnllquiiUrCd
shortage for this month. The hog receipts
were only 22,ooo, und for to-morrow's run
but 21,fo are looked for. Prices at tho
close showed the following advance for
the day: July pork. 10c; September, 2'e;
July lard, 5c; September, 2'.c; July ribs,
10c; September, 5c.
10ffl5c, tho most noteworthy sales consist
ing of, twelve cars, averaging 1,152 pounds,
HOGS Tho receipts to-day were es
niuieii iil --,w"i ueau, aim ino nogs 1
over from yesterday increased tho supply
"....!) head, city packers wero again gol
nuyers, unit i.asiern snippers tooic
ireeiy, as iney were anxious to moK'
menis noiore tno advance in ralirn
announced ror next .Monday. 1
offerings were mostly sold enj
(lav. and nrlccs scored another .
3c, $5.25 taking- tho best lots. 6S H
nt an extreme rango of $l,75i..H.
lots at Jl.75ij5.10. and pigs largely,
SHEEP About 11.000 wore reeelve.
day. ami trade was active at an advnnca
of 10o per 100 pounds in good grades, which
were not very numerous, interior to good
fat sheep sold $I.30f3 65, sales consisting
largely of Texans, .Mexicans, Oregon.
Montana and Westerns, at $2.253.0i).
Choice heavy sheep wete worth $J,7i1;4.25,
and spring lambs sold $2.75t0.00, largely at
Omaha, Net... July 3. CATTLE-Itecelpts
1,200. Market stronger on good, steady on
other grades. Native- beef steers, IS.SiKc
6.50: Western steers, $3.501i 1.75; Texas steers,
$2.50fi I 25; cows and heifers. $2 iVy.i I 15; can.
tiers, $1.30fi2.40; stackers and feeders, $2.73
Oj 4.10; calves, $'.001)3.00.
HOC.S ltecelpts, 2,800. Quality cood,
market 6T1IOC higher. Heavy, Jl.75fil.90;
mixed, $4.60ftt.70: light. $l.5.Yfi4.7U; pigs, J3.75
il.25; bulk of sales, Jl.65'yl.75.
SHEEP ltecelpts, 2m). Market steady.
Fair to choice natives. $2.50513.50; fair to
choice Westerns. J2.25ii2.75; common ami
stock sheep, $1,731(2.25; lambs, $3,0055.(10.
'j?H.fiO-,ST. 1.(1 HIS
(Ino Way tf l.su.
hi.no due W'ny.
The Allssoiiil l'aclflc.
Tickets sold June 23 to July 6, Inclusive,
good for return until July 0.
Trains leave Union depot nt 7 and 10 a.
10.: 1 and 9 n. m. Ticket ottlces. von Miin
St.; 1015 Union avenue; Union depot, and
LSrand avenue deiot. E. S. JEWETT.
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
4TH OF JL'I.V.
Duo Fare for the Jliuinil Trip.
The Missouri I'acltlc railway will sell
round trip excuslon tickets on July 3
nnd 4 at ono fare to all points on Its lino
within 200 miles ot Kansas City. Tickets
good returning until July 5. Tickets on
sulo at Union depot, JOIS Union avenue
Oram! avenue depot and city ticket otllce'
600 Main street. Telephone .No. 5H. '
E. 8. JEWETT.
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
(Iriinil 1'iciirsloii to Colorado.
Leaving Kansas City at 200 p. m. JuIr
6. via the Union Paclrtc, arriving n Denver
the next morning at . where close connec
tion Is made in Union station for Colorado
Springs. Pueblo, and all Rocky Mountain
resorts. T.h's0s.?lf,lia, 'rain will be ful y
equipped with Pullman palace bleeping curs
and Ilnest '?llnlnK chair cars. Seats free
originally intended for the teachers deslr
inn to attend the Natlona Educations!
meeting, July ft has been dedded".
Include their friends, The rale has been
ixed ut the low price of JPJ.Co for the round
trip. Tickets good until September in.,
member this low rate Includes the trln i
Colorado Springs and Pueblo, and i."?
returning via a dtljerenl route. Tickets at
this low rate goal on all regular trains'
will be on tale July 5, 6, 7 and 8. Onlv
line having two trains dally from Kansij
City to Denver, and only line runnlnK
liullmnn tmlace dining cars. i.nuV",.1'n
a City 9:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The JatiM
l a very popular Kansas cfty Denver train
as it reaches Denver at 8:25 next afternoon
Compare with others. Fun particular, re"'
trvatlons maps and Illustrated guides m
Colorado .furnished cheerfully at city tick
oillces. !,;, Main btreet, und JC'SS Union'
uvcaue. Telephone. 1109. ' VvJ union
J. -J. JitA'LBV. General A.,
If In Search of a Now hem,,!!,,,,
Try Ihe effect of a mud bath at Las Vea ,
Hot Springs, New Mexico. Otbei? fnJ
of baths may be had there, ill eieSaff?
beneficial In rheumatic, troubles and IdhT.
eases of the blood. The cool, dry tonin
air of this resort Is Just the ih ng fVr t?red
nerves, and there Is nolhlnif A V'r.VMrea
Vow Mexico uiinshlno ..';r..',cs"'" as
v'ew Mexico sunshine, especially JJ-Vr.
upplemented by kuch 'fine1 8erv ?e is ,s
copy.of .'J.and of Sunshine': a.iliVesL Oenar
W, Haeenbuch. 1, & t
A., Kansas City,
The lt Train to ht. Louis runs ou tho
Wabash Hallr..i..i. K.. .i ,. ou M'9
h .. :....... .. r.vr "- "a umr
June, 20. This famous!. nf cannot I FJ1x
celled unywhere In Ihe Southwest B e
Round trip excursion tickets on .,1. .
Las Vegas Hot Springs from ""Al
oolnts. Iteached onlv ,.v. !i?i .fr'nclpal
-i. ..- ' w ilia n.inin w.t.
ICAI lllllulen li.,l
. .B uuu ujr jug llUbaib.