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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. JULY 28. 1904.
13 tin TV Jc I IT s-r FINANCIAL 1 y B 2 I 'THREE per cent j & interest on time M fl deposits is paid by V the AMERICAN EX CHANGE BANK. The personnel of its Board of Direct ors is a guarantee of responsibility, conservatism, and courteous treat ment. j& j& j& 207 N. Broadway COTTON. New Torn Juh 13W I br,r to submit th follow inc result of en in. estimation made by me Into the iindltlcn of the cotton, crop a? o th date of Julv SO. is-04: I ha.e recelel 1.209 replies from 326 cottcn-o-oduclnc counties. -. nich ceuntlcn produced law car about TR per cent of the entire crop The estimated a erase condition of the crop, a reported by my correspondents, is SI. 8. The Indicated total production. aFuminj- a realization at maturity of the present crop proa-15-rct. Is jr.027.?Sl Lairs. The quantity of old cotton actually unsold is 10 S6 baler The distribution of these various Item, by States is as follows: c oOaS -1 g j .5 r s a -ct 1 Isf-iiSi. lil : Willi II Hi X SB C or Alabama .'... 112 b L232.773 93.1 13.R34 Aia.n-ar 1JT SO 794,3l K S 2.769 Floilda II 11 63.704 MS 130 Georgia 1SS B 1.433,(0 51.0 9.13 Indian Territory. 14 S 317.610 S7.0 .. . . L-ulIana 62 D) 1.027.0S4 ?"..0 5.118 MlssisslnDl 112 CI 1.713.057 51.4 23.1.-.9 North Carolina .. 83 31 6r.6,652 H.9 8 42 Oklahoma' 21 1 211.266 5J.0 Sn South Car-ana... w IT I5I.5C3 51 7..") Tennessee 72 23 332.410 S3 13.832 T.xas ., IM lit 3.13S.274 90.4 1LTO4 Mo . Va.. Kas . Ky..bat-ts of 22.1 per cent 53.078 .... 10.r) Total, 1.209 526 12.627.931 Sl.S 1C6.9S3 'THEODORE JI PRICE FURTHER DECIDED PRESSURE OF STOCK LIQUIDATION. BEARS POUND THE MARKET .WITH CONFIDENCE. Raids on Prices Are Effective in Uncovering Stop Loss Orders on Large Scale. New- Tork. July 27. There was further pressure of speculative liquidation of stocks to-day nnd'tho bears also pounded the market with Increased confidence. Their raids upon prices -were effective. In uncovering stop-loss orders on a .consid erable scale. The fact was thus demon strated that large speculative holdings are in a. -vulnerable "position and 'capable or bdrur -dislodged by declining prices. The sentimental effect of the decline was In itself strong and the eagerness pro fessed amongst a certain class of specu lators to buy stocks at any reaction from, the recent high level, did not hold out in, face of the falling prices. The action of United States Steel preferred was watched, with special Interest, and its leadership of the decline was a material factor In docldlnc the tone of the market. The first K0 share sold above last night's prices, but an Immediate decline followed and was unretrieved. REALIZING SALES. This pointed to the fact that yester day's weakness was not due to mere short selling and was probably not due to any credence in the rumors of a reduction of the preferred dividend Place the mainten ance of tne dividend brought no rebuy lng from sellers of yesterday. Speculative opinions was inclined to assume that yes terday's selling was realizing and the of ferings to-day were believed to be of the same character, as the dividend action and. the amount nf the net earnings were to closely In conformity with the pub- M2iieu inumauonK With the doubts over the dividend from the past quarter dissoivea, a new set Im mediately sprang up as to the dividend from the current ouarter. The rpwinl low jevel of unfilled orders on hand reported by tho directors and the recognized fact inai me inira quarter oi tne jear is nor mally the smillest in the steep business gave rise to the skepUcal atutude towards stock adopted In the day's trading. A crave condition In the relations be tween the Russian and British Govern ments was an Influence on our own mar ket. The first direct effect on affairs here were looked for in the foreign exchange market, which continued to nold strong, leading to expectations of an Immediate outward movement of gold. A gold export movement is Invariably adverse to the stock market. ACCUMULATION OF RESERVES The excessive accumulation orreserve9 in New York banks at present does not mitigate tbe usual discouraging effect on speculative sentiment. A good deal of attention was given also to the possibility of an Issue being raised by the United States and Russian Governments; should tne Vladivostok ships encounter any of the merchantmen, In the Paclflc under tho American flag. Reports of setbacks to the crops gained additional currency with the progress of the decline In ptocks. The few reports of. cross earnings of railroads for the third week of July pointed .to a poor average- Rumors of a rupture In the anthra cite conciliation board and resulting strikes had a keener effect by reason of the cur rent unrest In other departments of labor. .Discouragement at the Inability of tho market to withstand the selling and an oUier pessimistic view of the steel trade by the Iron Age led to the late break which carried prices to tho lowest and maae me closing vveaK. .Bonos were easy. Total sales, par value, H41O.000. United States registered Ss and the new 4s de clined U per cent on call. STOCKS AAD OODS I.V BOSTOX. Boston. Mass.. Jul) 27. Closing quotations to day .on money, bonds, stocks and mining shares were as follows: MONEY. Call loans. 2634 per vent; time loans SttiK BONDS. Atchison adj. 4s... SIS I Atchison 4s loisl Mexican Cent. 4s. 63 RAILHOAUa. Atchison .......... Do. pfd Boston &. Albany. Boston Ar Maine.. Boston Elevated.. . ... . !5S .249 .163 ,1734 Fllchburg pfd 136 Mexican Central... ss V.. Jf. H. & H..194S Per. Marquette.... 74 Union 1'acinc M'i MlSjCCLLANtX) L'SJ. Am Arse. Cbet... 14s Do. pfd 75 Am. Pneu. Tube . 41, Am. tvjjer ...... .137S Do. pfd 124 Am. Tel. . Tel....I3I Am. Woolen It Do. Pfd 7CV, Dom. Iron i Steel 8 Edison Elec. II1U.3H General Electrtc.1594 Mass. Electric j?s Do. pfd (iK Mass. Gas... X3S United Fruit 101s Lnltcd Kioe Mach. 49 Do. pfd.. 31 U. S. Steel It DO. pid Syii MINING SHAKES. Adventure 15-16 Mohawk 41 Allouex , Mont Coal & Coke 3'4 Amalgamated ..... 5914 oid Dominion 12s Am. Zinc 11 Osceola ,. i Atlantic , Parrot 24 Blrgham ..... ""? Qulncy Si CaL & Hecla.. 4738473 Shannon 64 Centennial 23 Tamarack .88 Corner Range SHI Trinity 7S Daly-West fi V. s. Mining 2iu Dominion Coal 42 US. Oil..... 1CS Franklin ,. 1 Utah l Granby ...,....".... - 1 'ctorla 3S Isle Rovale 10 Winona 7J, Mass. Mining.,,.., 4 Wolverine ......... 75 Michigan s- LOCAL SECURITIES DULL WITH DOWNWARD TREND. UNITED RAILWAYS IS iOWEB. STOCK Bank and Trust Company Issues Arc About Steady on Basis of Bids and Offers. There was little Increase of Interest In local securities. Tractions were moder ately active, the 4-per-cent bonds being the only strong spot. Transit eased off to $10.75 and preferred as weak at 131. while the 4s opened hizher at $79.73 and closed steady at $79,624 Bank and trust company Issue were neglected and misoellane-ous Hocks were, practically unchanged on the basis of bids and offers. Carleton Building bs were taken at $103. YESTERDAY'S SESSION. Closing quotations: Hit) St. Ixu!s Transit JM 75 United Hall-ays prd." r3 75 United Railways 4s 73.'i German Savings Bank 4)0..) Mechanics' Bank .. .. .. 26.50 National Hank of Commerce .. 273.50 Asknl. 3 1)874 54 W :" oo 279.lt) llO CM Stnt N'ntinnnl Until. ... .. . - H3 Third National Ilank 377.D0 Cnirmonuealth Truu 2Cv.v Mlf.xourl Trust 116 to St Louts Union Trurt 333.IU Title Guaranty Trust S7.00 National Candy 1 pfd. M.O Ontral Coal and Coke com... 61.75 Central Coal and Coke pfd 70 50 134 American credit Indemnity. .. 140 00 American central insurance Merrill Drue pfd Missouri ndison 5s Kat St. I., and Southern 3s. Klnloch Tel 6s Mechanics' 6 Carleton Hide is Century Bldr. s Frewlnir. Assn. 6s, small Granlte-H-Metallic Sales: 23 St. Toul. Transit at .. 291.W n: m ,.. 91.624 1 571, ... 5 6:4 97 vt .. 103.7 ... ioo 2 ... ...105 00 ... KB.no ... S3 M 93.7tJ .50 J 10.7". it r.4 ( 79.73 , 7 C24 , 267.75 .. i05.ro V) United Railways tfd at i.w i-nueu jtauways 49 at 1.000 t'nlted Railways 4s ax .. j Mechanics" National at . ton) Carleton Building 6 at Xetr York Curb Stocks. Reported by G IL 'Walker It Cb . No. 307 North Fourth street: Bid. Ask. American Can erm , , 4 41, IK. pfd. .- 4CH, 411, American Lc & Traction com..... r.l a IX pfd . SO 93 British Columbia Copper........ 2, 2"i EIh:uic Boat com - - , 40 47 Io. pfd 70 M Electric Vehicle com ... W I. pfd . IS 141! Green. Copper ..........-.. 14'i 15', Havana Toiacco com .... S6 27 Io rfd ... 36 3 Interborouich Rapid Trans!t...-..13I4i 13J; iiitejTuiiionai sa. 21. cam IK. prd M&ckay Company com. Do pfd .U041U.lltl TIUIEIV ......... New Orleans Ry. com...., tjo Tira. Northern RMnirltles New York Transportation una 4vator com... Do. tm Porw life Company com.. Io. 1st pfd Do. 2d nfd 1 Standard Milling com... 6 Do. pfd. . 25 Seaboard Air Use com. .. .... T, .-.. Ate a .-18'4 lt4 DC, pfd. ...-m. ., ....... ...... Standard CHI ..... Tennessee Copper ... Tonopah Mlnmg ....m Union Copper ..-. .....M..... United Copper -.... 'White Knob Copper-...M.. St. louls Transit United Jls. of St. Louis pfd.. BONDS. Brooklyn Union Gas dab. .., Seaboard Air Line Ea......... New Amsterdam let &a. ........ ,...2S C30 .. 35 hi .. 4V 10 ..-, EI Zi 9 1 S 5 12 & ..1S4 l4tt .lKH 1M u. a. or Mexico 5s., Etd. ytll Isi 59 -. .101& icii . 4 i X Tork Stock jdnotmtloBB. NVw Tork. July -37. Tollowlnic are to-tfay8 s les of stocks on the Stock Exchange, show ing the highest and lowest. Quotation and clos ing bids: RAITROADa -. . ao Atchison 1- -x . sK,tV- 77H 7SS k IKx pfd .-. COO M 95H fSU Baltimore A Ohio 12,800 S3H t tZK UO. nffL . 92U Canadian -Padno 1.600 1S3H 1234 122 central' of -New Jersey.., wo 163 16S IM Chesapeake A Ohio....., 1.400 23U 324 3ZK Chicago . Alton 1,400 Al 38 29 Do. pfd. 100 804 804 si Chicago c Great Western.. 1.100 144 M 1SV Chicago A Northwestern.. 1.200 ITS 1774 1774 C M. ft St. Paul. ....., 20.600 1 145U 14SU Do. nfd. ioo lTgC i;i itmsT Chicago Terminal ft Trans ., 614 Do Tlfd. tm lv, 11 it C. C. C 4 St, !...., Colorado southern . 144 100 42 4S 47U v U'i 1.000 isnj h i3 m.m MM .. 365 21 no. 1st JKO.... uo. sa cxa... Delaware & Hudson. Del.. lAdc. A vvest.. Denver Rio Grande.... Do. pfd, ........... ,no ........ .....,......,. Do. 1st pf4 Do 2d pfd. Hocklrur Valley Do. pfd. ........ Illinois Central Iowa Central .... Da. pfd Kansas City Southern Do. pfd Louisville A NasnvlIsB Manhattan It Metropolitan Securities .. Metropolitan St. Ry Minneapolis & St. Louis. M.. St. P. & S. Ste. M... Do. rjfd. .!$?. I!f S SH 4,00) ICO 30 67 64 .65 TU 2,000 1JSH 135 1344' 100 11 185, 1H 200 35 35 35 ""'.! '.'.'.'. '.'.'.'. 414 COM) 1I3V4 113 113V, (00 1KU 150 149 731 M S3 S3 5.300 US 1141, 114 44 1.300 73H 73H .... i. Missouri Paclric clflc ,3,400 93U sr, sn, msas & Texas 400 17S 174 17H 300 33 3SV ?sv. Jaltsouri. Kansas do. ore: Nat. R. R. of Mex. pfd. . 354. new xorK utniru Karfolk A Western 1.300 IIS 117S ins 4,300 SOU 59H 59U 7.300 31V? 30H 30-v, Ontario & Western pfd..., rcnnsyirasia ...... P., C. C. & St. 1 ... 43.900 119( HSU US Readlnt; .... . Do. 1st pfd.. Do. 3d pfd Rock Island Co Do. pfd St. 1. i S P. M pfd St. Louis Southwestern.... Do. pfd Southern Pacific Southern Railway Do. pfd Tesaa & Pacific Toledo. St. L. Western Do. pfd Union Paclflc Do pfd Wabash Wo pfd Wheeling A Lake Erie..-.. Wisconsin Central ........ Do pfd Mexican Central 5ic6 C3H 50i 51 600 83 S3 IIS "i.ai 254 sis 214 3.300 65 63H 34 i,sno i2 r.i 5t 100 12U 1JJJ 131, 8O0 33 33U 33 55.100 514, 504 .'.OS 5,700 33H H4 3 100 S3 S8 . S7', 1.CM 24i S4VI I4 34V, 301 3SVi 37V. 37., 65.100 K 94V, 94'i ivi e.T. ... isi-j SJ-, 164 , 1 10 53 3U 34 Vtt 14 14 14 16V1 17 ,IW J 410 3: ;!2 38 37S 9, 9"i 100 EXPRESS COMPANIES. Adams ....,...,......... ...... ... American ..a................ ...... ... United States .... ... Wells Fare . ,235 . 195 , 105 . 205 MISCELLANEOUS. Amalgamated Copper JJ.700 52 imi BOW American Car & Fdry.... Hs Wi 1 17 Do. nfd- .. 100 76 3814 Aroerlcan Cotton Oil, Do. pfd ... American Ice ...... .... Do. pfd. American Unseed Oil Do. pfd American Locomotive Do. pfd - American Smel. & Ref.... Do. pfd , American Super Refining., Ar.acnndn Mlnlne Co.... Sft 766 mi r. S7t 1.500 21 100 86' 1.800 56' 100 9i 99S 98VJ 7.000 12X14 1271, 1274 200 73 72 71 Brooklvn Rapid Transit., is.900 sw. 900 50. 49 493. c-ftlnmao Fuel & iron 18.r 35H 34 344 Consolidated Gss Ccrn Products 1.3H0 12V4 134 13', Do pfd Distillers' Securities General Electric International Paper Do. pfd International Pump Do. pfd National Lead North American Paclflc Mall People's Oas . rressed Steel Car Do. pfd Pullman Palace Car Republic Steel Do. pfd Rubber Goods Do. pfd. ........ Tennessee Coal . Iron... United States Leather... Do. pfd. .-.-- ; 17. S Realty Impot... United States Rutber.... Do pfd , United States Steel Do. pfd. tvestlnghouse Electric ... Z"U ej e t 100 21 400 160 21 20 159JJ led 134 .... 69 .... 31 .... 714 SOU 3.13 .... 87 1.900 20H 200 26 700 59H 9SS 98. 200 314 314 J4 100 220 220 219 400 74 7S 7". 1.700 44 414 454 ITU. 774- 12,11 434 4H, 41S 400 74 7 7 700 824 $li Sli 474 700 194 19 19 .... 734 . 15.200 its; . 84,800 61U 114 114 59 59V. u 300 8S4 88 ii western i;nion Total sales for th. day 609.700 shares. Mlnlne Stock" tn Jferr York". New Tork. July 27. Closing quotations to-day on mining stories were .a ivimn. .... 19 19. .. 23 34 .... 66 6S ... . 134 i, ...... .. t 10 !!!!j00l. TDlU 4 5 ' M SO 5 7 7) HI Adams Con Little Chief 5 Alice 20 Ontario - 32j Breece 10 Ophlr 210 Brunswick Con 8 Plicnlx 10 Comstock Tunnel.... 8 Potosl 1 Con. Cal. i Va 93 Savage 20 Horn Silver 150 Sierra Tvesada 3) Iron Sliver 160 Small Hopes 21 Iadvlll. Can 1 Standard 200 .Assessment paid. New York Curb Market. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New Tork. Julv 27 rv.4. .!,. ..... eralli. rMiSlMi.rv ti-A..- .. ...... t-.-i ,5. ,reicftonnthetoVk-Eich7nge?"NortAems- "" iM (inmmuijr me weakest feature, rcstatnmg a loss of mor than a -.-.. with w;s at the close on Tuela. Standard 1 iretl Ke .. c rVLL. . ;zr" --t.."ro 1 OU ws hlrher at 630. Greene copper was frse- I tlonally lower at nsures below 15. There was a fair oulme of bu.iness done In Houthrrn Pa illic rights They were highly Irregular and weaker, closing at 23S One bond of the Vlr ir nla-Caroline Chemical Conipan sold at 96-" an advance of a point and a half over the last previous Kale CItlcnRO Stork Market. Reported by G II North Fourth stie-t: rjlscult com Do. pfd . . Box com Do pfd Can com Do pfd. Walker . Co. No. 307 s,e 47 .101 U10S'. . 1 if 1'. . s a s 4'.6 : . 4Jfe5 41 IIodiI luotntlfin at esv York. New York .Iul 3 da for bonds on the Cl-tsing tjuotatlon- to .ock l:change were as follows: I'nltetl Mites lefunillrp 2s, registered I'nlletl mjics refundtnc 2s couiton . . Inlte,l nntes3s, rea;.terI , United Mac 3s. coupon ., ITi Itttl State. ,nen 4 resNtrred I'nltotl states new 4j, coupon United States oM I. reKltereil I'nltetl State, oli 4", toupon . . Atchison teneral 4s . . Att hton adjustment t Atlantic C'ut Line 4 Ilaltlniore and Ohio 4 llaltlinore nnd Ohio 34" 'CVntntI of tleorgla 1st lnc .. . Cential if Georgia let Int th 3petke .tn.l Ohltt 4'i- Chltacn and Vlton 32S Chltaco llurllnaton an,l Qulnc new 4' Chlcngo, M and St Paul general 4 Chicago and Northwestern con.ol 7 Chicago. II I and Pacific It It 4s .. C, It. I A I" It It col .- . C. C l A. St. U sen 4. Chlcaco Terminal 4. Consolidated Tobacco 4s . ... Colorado and Southern 4. Denver ard Rio Grande 4s Hrle prior lien 4s .. . Krie general 4s . Kort Worth nnl Denver Clt lt Hoiking Vallev IU. . .. 10l, ...I01-. MP 1 ,..1(0 111 lliW K. l'fc. 1C3'. . . "'. 1K11, "'a . 7 71 l'.S 7s,s y7 I'W. 1-sV 7o. H' llil. :..h i 9VV, Sit. .104', 17'. .. 1MV, in-,'. ... w .. 14 .. "i ,. 6), .' 5!', ..is; Louisville and Nashville unified 4i . Mattl attn consol . gold 4s tviexlran Ontrnl 4. Mexican Central 1st lnc Mlnnespoll' And St. Iiils 4. M tourl Kansas and Texas 4. .. .. Ml.sourl Knnas and Txas 2dt . . Natlor al It It of Mexico consol 4... New York Central general 3'is New Jersev Central general 5s Northern Paclric 4s Northern Pacific 3s . . . . .. Norfolk and Western consol 4s Oregon fiort Line 4s and partlc... Pern?vanla conv. 3s . . Reading general 4 ion M1 ... 93i CS....1161 -t. louls and iron iiouniain censoj Su Iouifl ntkl San Trancico funding 4 - Sl Pt Loul Swthvestern lsts . & Viboard Air Uce 4 .. . Southern Parinc . M Southern Itailwav V IM1- Txas and Tacific . H8 Toledo, fit . and "Wettern 4 . 7"t. I'nion Taciflc 4s lte1. t'nlon Pacific conv. 4s . .. ..oiv. T'nited States Steel 2d 5s ... . 1M M'abaPh la 117 Wataih deb B - -. .. W Wheelinp and Lk? Hrie 4i H vlKontn Central 4 W4 tColnrado Fuel, conv. 5 T5 tOfferd Yeterdar Dunk ClenrltiKH. Testerdai" n earing. house statement showed Clearing. J7.306.5; balances S355,754 St. Lonii Cotton Market, Tranactlo-8 at the bank -were In good vol ume, and there wan a fair demand for call and time loans, with discount rates fteady at 41 to per cent. Domestic Exchange. netwrted by VThitaker & Co.. exchajigfl bro kers. No. S00 North Fourth stret Bid. Aked. New Tork .. Eoc rrem fioc prem Chicago SOcprem 5 prm Cincinnati 10c dls par Louisville 10c dls par New Orleans . 10c dis par Treasury Statement. TTashlngton, July 27. Available cash bal ance J14-5.JSS.4S3: gold 944.O7S.90L Bar Sllrer. Xew Tork. Julr 27. Bar Hlver 58ic London. July 27. Bar s-Her quiet. 25 Vd. ver York Money Market New Tork. Julv 27. Money on call very easy. 1 per cent: closing bid z offered at 1: time loans steadier: to 90 days 24 SS! per cent: months 343. Prime mercantile paper 3t$ 44 per cent. Sterling exchange firm, with ac tual business In bankers bills at 4 S7951J4.M for demand, and at 4 85104M 8530 for W-day bills; posted rates 4 85564 W and 4 K9S4.SSS: commer cial bills 4 8475. Mexican dollars 454c Gov ernment bonds weak; railroad bonds easy. LTVK.STOCK. MARKET. Satire- Supply Small Better Demand for Cattle Hob Close Hither. Conditions In th trsarket hav. become so favorable that larger receipts are now neces sary In the cattle and hoe departments. The packers are not only buying more liberally, but the order demand has Increased, and the sup ply to-day was Inadequate. There were order, for many cars of cattle and for more than a score of doubla decks of faors that could not be flUed. This ahow. that the market needs larger sup plies, but commission interests in their solici tude" for the welfare of their ahtppera advise them to be cautious, and not to ship anythlnc but rood, desirable stock. Oood heavy butcher cattl. are wanted, and irood dresejed beef steers; also medium to good Texas .teers. but no com mon Texas cows NATIVE CATTLE-About half of the small receipts were In this division, and practically all of th. earlr arrivals were soon sold; anything- that had respectable kill brought good strong prices. Light receipts on both aides of tho market were responsible for tho activity anaiswi. xor wmio pacicsrs are only aDle at present to handle a limited number,- they could readily taks care of the few on sale, conse quently'a Tery satisfactory market mas the re sult. Most of the early offerings were be.f steers from common to pretty good kinds, one load of pretty good quality and flesh, averaging 1.396 lbs., sold at 36. snth several lots of good qualltled. decent killing at tS M. with a plain lsh class of steers around 13.10K3 30, and com mon lots at 34 4534.85. A limited amount cf good butcher stock would have sold: buyers were asking for them, but as very little was available this end of the trade was quiet. Stockers and feeders sold v ery slowly, traders were quiet operators and prices were not con sidered v er good. BEEF AND BUTCHER STEERS. No. Ar. Pr 18...1396...W.00 21.. .10V)... S.iO 2.. .1181... 5.25 No. Av. Pr. IS. ..1111. ..$3.50 21. ..1071... 5.3T. 10.. .1111... 5.35 11... OX... 4.50 No. Av. 31.. .1315.. 20.. .1303.. 7.. .1137.. i .. m.. 3... DM.. Pr. r.9 , 5.30 . 5 10 , 414? :: 11... 1010.. 1... 990.. . 4.85 4.00 1...1310... 4 00 3. BUTCHER CATTLE. HEIFERS. 4.10 1... 940... 3 i t 960... . 765. , .. 560 ., 3. to 6.15 570. j 3 33 1... 650... 3.35 1 Steers and helfcrs: 16 .. 775... 4 50 Cows and heifers: COWS. 3... 976... 3.15 .1005 .1210 . 3 S 2.75 1 950 .. 3.". BULLS. ! 75 1...1040 .. 3.13 1.. 1150 .. 2.0) 2.O0 .1340 .. ...1030... VEAL CALVES. 130 . 6 5) 2 . 165... 5.00 STOCK STEERS. 15 ..1007. ... 3.40 MILKERS AND SPRINGERS. 2 40.00 1 90.00 SOUTHERN CATTLE MI of th fresh ar rivals In the quarantine division wen- decent to good ateers. cows and calves, and with onlv a small number available and with a fair de mand from killers, the market was active and strong and of short duration. Good stock of all classes sells readily, but Inferior, e.peclally canning stock. Is not wanted and necessarily sella at a sacrifice. Steers sold at 33 75424.40 and were decent to f:ood. one load weighing 1 024 lbs . selling at the ast-mentloned price, with thro, lots of good kinds at 84 30. A pretty good load of cows sold at 83.70, with a common lot of canners at 31 50 Choice calves sold at 39 60, with a fair kind around 37.50. The market Is not In any condition to handle normal supplies, neither Is it capable of taking caro ot common grades of stock. Tmt a moderate supply of good killing grades can be disponed of to good advantage, but shippers should market their stock with caution, as It Is to the general advantage to supplv the market with a reason able number suitable for slaughter or to rr-t the requirements of shippers who ar. unable to fill their orders, owlrg to the lack of a suitable euppl). TEXA3 AND INDIAN STEERS. No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr. 47.. .1024. ..84 41 23.. .1031.. .J4 J) I. . 9W ..Jl 23...1JI15... 4.30 :4... 379. . 3.73 X...1KB... 4.30 97.. . 3.80 ... COWS. 30... 754 .. 1.50 CALVES Per Head SO . 221. . s.50 79 C... 7.63 SO. . . 950 12 . 7.50 HOGR Onlv about 2 000 hCS9 were on Kale. which were hardly half enough to meet th. Heroand. Packerr. clt) butchers and order buj ers wsre all In the market, and quickly grabbed up the entire offerings at prices that averaged about 5 higher than, Tueedav. making the market now around 40c per 100 lbs. higher than the close of last week. Good lights for shipping so'd up to 35.70: good msdtum hogs also up to $5 70, and ev srythlng of an) consequence at Si 50 and above. Order buvers had order,, for nearly 2.000 head more than they were able to get. and none of the packers were able to secure as many as th.v wanted. Of course, the market l not back to normal conditions, and It Is only the good, solid com-frd hogs that are In demand, all others being practically unsaleable. SHEEP A verv small supply of sheep was on a!e. and as there was a good demand from both city butchers and packers, trading was active, and the ntiro offerings quickly cleaned up at strong prices. The best Iambs sold at 38 35. and good muttcn sbep at J42r4 33. and several times the number on sale were wanted atthe same prices to fill the demand. Only the best stock are wanted, and should the receipts inrude any common to half-fat .tuff It would find v ery slow sale, but buyers wont good stock and are willing to pay for them. HORSES The offerings were rather light, but comprised a fair supply tar the present period, Thefe were about loo head In the auc tion, part of which were good heavy horse", wbieh sold well to the number of Eastern buv rs present. Southern buyers were also pretty well represented, and bought reaMIv of all tbe nice smooth drivers and chunks' that were available. There was nothing extremely brisk about the movement, but (t was good and healthy, and even tiling was sold In an encour aging ni. me oernana was even larger than .hown nrJ decided chjnr. rm i... L7i,1 VC. eotsd no oetuaea cnacge irom last Week the limited buslnt"belnr handled In a active very good trade for thl tlmv of ear IIOriSE QUOTATIONS. Ilarnese horses JI !')'& W llta draft, cliulc to xtra MZ'aTii Hca draft, comron to good Yiyql.ri Hu'liif-TB horws. l.loo to 1.3i'0 It. 1JU17. riiunUF. choice to extra...., lVilSi i'tunki". common lb good 'tofiili'i I 'arm chunks 7'.5rllS outhrn hrf. choice to extra Kfciw Southern l.jrie-?. plain to gcod 3o'g 6-1 Mt'I.KS few small tunchs of mules cam in, shiih v,err sold on about ji ete.idv lia-st. and rM change ttiok place in tne xneral tone of the rrarket The local demand ha hhoinn h comirtenej to handle all the decent muies that hie bren coming i.tteli Whtlf tber hae not been mun, tliej liae b'en more numerous man the e-k or two go.n l.-rre Katitn cfcanncN bae bin handling .i Tcvx mule each uek, and this Imh furnlMien uZi' cknt cutlet to Induce deilers to keep on huuu the good arrlinH at iead price With the-e' conditoni in eiTet t tr;e trade thl-i week has ben yati'sirti.torj & far J- it has gone. Utile nuotctfnn' 14 hand, extreme rnrse 14 band, bulk of sales .. . Jt, hat.Jr. extreme rane. MS hOIlil. bulk Of "lie , li hand, extieme ranse . 12 bondf. bulk of als, .... !-' linnl", extreme rane. Ii4 li-i d, bulk of ialr..., J6' hand", t-xtrtnie rann--lt.H hinds, bulk of Miles ... . J wi $Kf ft) ,. . 7.tW'o W '"0 .. 7).c04llJU.Il ... 7S.Mtil(, ... .110 Wii'.WU'O ... ns.iOuiJ o ... 1J l"ltf-H.UJ ....135 Lnj'Ul.Lt) lly TV IfRrap.i. New ork. Jul 27 Ueewi-necei, t 2.39'; head st-r lutJisic higher, bull and dr ci In Ibt-rdl -njppK And tinthanRl tommn to (.holre- ftc trt J4 CjrJ 15, extra do Jb 25Q4; fr), oxen .in.i sug 3-4JS5i), bulls JJfi4 15. extra do J4 30, cow Jl 7St4 25 dre?ed beef y-lllng tt fc'Sllc per In. mbltti quoted Ile cattle at ilv lc ur lb , dree(i weight, fhrep iltil.c, nu exports to da CaHes Receipts 3.203 head, hiKher. common u choice eal.j H sij7 j u few sales J7 75. culls J4i4iO; buttermilk J3 2(i 3 S.4, western calt at J.lii4.t.. cltj drt1! air higher at :orl34c per lb ner?J- ana Iamb- Ifcetpts 4.4t2 heaa, demand fair and prUcs rtrm, tommen to prims sheep sold ut Jttt 4 75. cull Jj-2 50. common Mate to cno-oe rreish Iambi Jiytt;5j. dressed mutton In lair demand at StiIOc per lb . dresed lambs t a'a 13c liegs Receipts 5,)7 head, higher, prims fctate a no l'nniianlu S5 255rG. Chicago Jul 27 Cattle ltecelpts 5 5W, mar ket tnng to Vic higher, g'wd priui ?tern J5.0iirw poor to ni'dlum $ 2Tti5 4-, mocker- and feeders jrffia W. cows SI 5jf4 25. helf-r : r5j'.. tinners Jl 50,52.C. bulls UU 5, calics jr 5A',i7, Texa fed utecru J3QT3.35 Ilog Ite--celpts loiw mixed ard butcher J5 2t7S 75. good to choice heai JTt 55iz5 75, market ure,i flow nnd 1 losed Ftrcng. rough heaj 4 b)i 5 3', light J ij4fj m bulk vt aales $j 4tu to thtep Hectriptf lO.fnj market stead , good to cholr- w-thtrs Jiftl 25 fair to cho.cr- mixed Jlfil. Western hp J34 J5. naiie lambs HV 7 50, Western lambs Sfi6.7."i. Kanpas Clt, Julv 27 Cattle-Receipts C 5r0 Including l.poy Southern, bef steers (-tfad to 2-jc loner, bjtihers steady tu 10c hiaher. choice export and dresed-bef Meer J5 Gift 25 fair to good Jl5.o. Western-fed ste-r-i Jvao.u, stocken and feeders 52. y4 0. Fouth ern steers J3S5. .mthern cows Jl.;53.5. ra tl cows JI.754 25. native heifers J3"S" 25, bulls J3.25S3.75; calves j: 75S5 I loss Receipt i 50); market 10c loner, ton 15 55; bulk cf a'e S5.35S5 50. heavy J" 453 5j, packers J3.35'J?5.V), pigs and llxhts J4.755 4r. pheep Receipt pM; market stead . lambs 14,36' fed ewes S3 2501. Texas clipped jearlingn JJ.TogSS, Texas cllpp-d hep J3 75S4: stockers and feeders J2S3.2i South St Joeph. Mo. July 27. Cattle-Tle-celpts 1,258. stead to 15c lower; native J4 3557 6 1j. cows and heifers J1.75fj5; k lookers and feeders J3 254.15 Hogt Receipt Loll1: stead v. light J5 255.40; medium and neav J5 305 S5. Sheep Receipts 7?4. steady. St. Iynl. Cotton Market. Spot market nominally So Ioer. bales. Quote. Ordinary Good ordinary Lot middling Middling Good middling Mlddllrg fair Tinge, and stairs SS?4c off. Galv eeton Spot market steady; 10 ll-16c. sal's 7J .. . S - .... .ll 10" , 11 US middling middling middling New Orleans spot maratl dull, 10 t-ISc Memphis spot market qult. 10 7-I6C Receipts at prlnciral points: New Orleans. 1,953 bales. Mobil". 1 bale, bavannah. l.Slt bales Norfolk. 35 bales Houston. 35 bales. Memphis. 17 bales. Net receipts at all United States ports for five dajs were 11.23 bales, against 10.804 bales a week ago. and L031 bales In 1903 Exports 3.718 bales, against 1.997 bales In 1903 Stocks 139 930 bales, against 214.607 bales In 1903 St. Tuis warehouse statement: 1904 Stocks on hand Sept 1 -. 1.365 Net receipts since bent 1. ....... 57.144 Net shipments since Sept l.... 47,584 Mocks on hand M;r.' Gross receipts It Gross receipts since Sept 1 521,137 Gross shipments , Hi Gross shipments since Sept 1 .511,677 1903 1L71S 50,818 ,28t 2.249 645 735.714 645 71.VJM By Telesraph. New Tork. July 27. Spot cotton closed quiet; middling upland. 10.75c; middling Gu I0.95e; rales 67 bales Futures closed barely steady. July 10 25c. Aur. ll.lSc; Sept. 1.86c; Oct. 9.67c. Nov. 9.63c: Dec. 9.64c; Jan.r.9.65c; Feb. 9.66c: March . 9 6Sc. The market opened quiet and f-ad. July was tn moderat. demand bv be lated shorts and opened 5 polgt. higher, while later months, responding to the lower Liverpool cables and continued favorable weather and crop accounts, were unchanged to 4 points low er. There was very little cotton for sale even at this slight decline, and shortly after the call supporting orders began to come In from th. same parties who have recently shown a dis position to buy on every soft spot. Sentiment around th. ring seemed to have & bearish aver age on crop news, the uneasiness over the Eu ropan political situation, the unsatisfactory tradings as reflected bv the Fall River strike and continued short time tn Southerjt manu facturing circle, and tha Increasing e.n.l.netr of old crop receipts to say nothing of continued Indications of the rew crop supplies. But there seemed little desire to sell In view of the re cent steadiness of the market and the support from influential sources, and prices soon began Jo work upward. Liverpool rallied after th. local opening and New Orleans also showed flrmne's In th. middle of th. afternoon prices showed net gains of about 13 points. Later It was reported that an Important market author ity had Issued a crop report showing an aver age condition over the belt of 91.8 per cent and indicating a crop of about 13 027.931 bales The report also stated that about 106.98$ bales of old crop supplies remained In the Interior This tl?iri It1 1. '".sreased offerings, and the mar ket In the late trading lost most of the advance and closed barely steady at a net gain of 386 onl"1" Sales wer- estimated at 150 0S0 hl. . ..Jln?'l Jlr S7 -Cotton futures quiet and steady; julv 10 4Saio.SOc; Aug. 10 ei0.19c: Sept. 9.7fc: Oct. 9 4769.48c: Nov. 9.4SS-9 46c D7 ?J3?,6: Jan- 3.S199 52C Spot quiet1 !S? oivbm!ld,?n1'n9:7I ffitkfSS cneVpv,,f933r,5t-ock:IS:."nI 'fi-te R? Liverpool. July 27 Cotton-Spot in fair de m. ,:..?rlc" unchanged: American middling lr 3:ad;.":0Dd- Si"1"",6 ,sd,', middling i m low middling 92d; good ordinary 5.70d- or dinary .o0d. The sales of the day were' 8 0V) JA 0.,ah.cV',00? ?J," ,for speculation and ?7E?1' ?nd '"C'U'Jr1 '" American Receints 4eo hale.. Including 200 American. Receipts ovTllSi tedy and closed verv stead: American middling, g. o c- July 3S5d; Jul) and Aug. ?79d. Aug and Sept 5 65J: Sept' and Oct 5 40.1. Oct and Nov. 5 29d; Nov. and Dec 5K Dec. and Jan 3 21d; Jan and Feb 3 Ml- Feb and March 5.22d; March and April 5 23d ' Coffee. New Tork. July 27.Coffee stead). No 7 Rio ,Sc The market for futures opened steady at aa advance of 6 points In response to steady Buropean market", the continued steadiness of Brazilian holders and a scattering demand ap parently, from outside sources through Wall street commission houses. The trad, was more than ordinarily active, owing largely to continued switching from near to tbe lata posi tions, which, however, was accomplished with out nny material change In prices. The market closed steady at a net advance of 5B10 points bales were reported of 83.250 bag, Including aVB 8""- " t,0C- & May Snarar. . New York. Julr 27. Sntrar .P. . i refining 34o: centrifugal. 96 test. 3 ii-iWic' molasses sugar J4c: refined firm; cru-hed 5 75c powdered 51oc; granulated 5 03c. -. . ?.: .TiW? Julv " Surar strong; open kettle 2.e23-16cr open kettle centrifugal sa 34c: centrifugal whites 4v.c. 5elIows 3U: seconds .SJf.sic. Molasses nominal: cDen kettle 20g25c. centrifugal 10313c Slrop nommflVai I.entlier anil Hides. New Tork July 27 Leather firm. Hides steady. California. 21 to 23 lbs . 18c. Petroleum. f0',1,.11'' ra-lj 5Lre"'ut balances tl 50 Certificates. no-Bid. Shipments 43.94? average 63.452. runs 100.914. average 7V 165. Shlpments Llma 59.394- average 62,K,2. Runs-Lima 78 213 average 56,370. Hie Bletnt Market. New York Julv 27. Tin recovered a part o its recent lor. to-day. with spot closing at 1J2 10s and futures at 122 15s In the Lcndcn market. Here tin was quiet but slightly hlgh- .,, nam ,jul iuiru ml -"-osj.J.tC. COPper declined 57 for both spot and futures in the I.ondon market. Locally quotations are un-" changed, with lake held at 12 6241-S2ue-electrobtic at 12.2441 12.75c. and casting "at 12.37v.tfU2.roc. I.esd was unchanged In both markets. Locally the price stands at 4.-034 23c for spot, with London quoted at 11 13. gj Spelter was unchanged at 22 7s 6d In London and at 4.S34T4 95c In the local market, iron was unchanged t 51s 9rt In Glasgow, while Mlddlesboro v.as a shade lower at 4", si Locallv Iron continues quiet. No. 1 foundVy Northern Is quoted at S14ffl4.50: o 2 foundry Northern at 813.75Etl4: Nn. 1 foundry Southern ard No 1 foundry Southern soft at 113 50 Dry Goods. New York. July 27 A new schedule or rr"-s on.lteavy sheetings and drills by Southern mm ufacturers has been the prlrclpal feature In th dry goods market. Print cloth yam goods sr firmer on account of the strike, with certain manufacturers holding above the market Buy ers are. operating for current needs, but are not speculating. Dried Fruits. New York. Jglv 27 Th market for evap orated appls continues c.ulet. with dema-vj light, but offerings are limited, and tie gc--eral tone Is firm; common are quoted al 4?ii prln. at 54B6c. choice nt 64B64c and far?y at 757'-c. There Is a. steady demand for new crop prunes, which, however,, is for small lot" with th dallv aggregate rather disappointing prices show no lmprereement. with spot fruit ranging from "2c tn 64c. according to grade Aprk-ots are .attracting verv little attention at the moment- choice-a-e quotsd at 94fine extra choice, at 104io',c fancy at UBIJc. peaches also, are moving vry slowlr but holders seem confident, and are maintaining prices; .chslce are held at 774c, extra choice at TSftSc and fancy at 8ia810o, tead way It Is WAR CLOUDS CONTINUE TO SEND PRICES UPWARD. SF:i'TK3ir,KK WHKAT MAKES (..A IX OF 114c. (.'tun N I'p 1 4c; Oath Uise Sluulc Ilifilicr I 'in vicious 1'iiicti- cally riulianjjed. Chicago. Julv 27 European war clouds nnl strong domestic markets to-daj gave ronevved Impetus to th upward tiend of sneculatlve wheat values here. At the close stI)t wheat showed -1 giin of l'ic. Corn was up i,r; oats were a .shade high er, provMons were pr.tctir.illy unchanged WHEAT. I'nder the stimulus of 3 fieh burst of bullishness at Liverpool and the unset tled condition of the Eiitupeun political situation, the wheat market opened here strung. Initial quotations un Sept. being "I Ve to 'bTi'.c at SS"5e to SCl.c From the Mart, there was an .ictlve general de mand. A sharp decline in contol". owing to the grave aspect of affairs, between England mil Russia, caused very strong wheat markets abroad, and in consequence, for eigners were good bujers here. There was also a better export demand toi wheat and (lour I'urtner reports wire received of additional in- hi nn.i i th,. bouthwett and advice, trom the North west were far from encouraging Complaints ot rust were quite general. On the whole, the bulls had evcrv thing their own vv.iv and there was no selling of importance except bj longs who tooK profits.' 1'rlces at one time reached ves tcrdav's closing figures on such realiz ing sales kept sold off up to Si'AjiSs '.c Thereafter, however, the maikit aefvanced rapidlj. with onl siignt rues-ions. Iteports ut thrashing returns from Mis souri and Michigan were verv disappoint ing and cash markets everv where were exceptional strong To cap the climax, word was received from Kansas Citv that an elevator man there had sold Kunsas une.it to go to California Primary re ceipts were fairly large, but the urgent , unndipi muie inan onset tni1 innuence. ! The high point on Sept wa reached at Vic. A slight reaction occurred Just be- ui int- eiuse. imai ngures on Sept. be ing at 8sv,ijS9:jC. clearances o. wheat and flour were equal to IQ.X0 bu. Primary receipts were 7i;9.200 bu., compared with l,7v) bu. a jear nco. Minneapolis. Duiuth ind Cht cago retorted receipts of 219 cirs. against 211 cars last week and Za cars a year ago. CORN. As a result of the decldeti strength of wheat, a firm feeling prevailed In the corn pit Local traders were Inclined to sell corn on the favorable crop news, but the action of wheat pre-vented anv- liberal offerings. Primary receipts were fairly large and the cash demand rather slow. On the whole the volume of business was light. Sepr openfd 'sc to v.c higher at 4,j,c to 4j",c sold between iVtKf'tCr and ..0c. and closed at 137,c Ixjcal rce-eipts were 173 cars, with 12 of contract grade. OATS. There wa a fair bjvlng of oats by com mission houses on the strength of wheat, but offerings from sit traders were of sufficient Quantity to hold the market about steady The inriulrv for the cash article was rather Blow and this had a tenancy to restrict Interest In speculative trading Sept. opened a s-hado "hizher at 53V ranged between 33t,sSi.n',c and SSc and closed nt 3Cs,c. I.ocai receipts were 61 cars. RANGE OF FUTURES Oi-nlng. Highest. Lowest. Closlrg Wheat Jul) . ES Juij-t ... sm. Sent .. fOSBSOV, S.ptt .. SSSffSss Corn 9SS 9H .ITS lot, S)V. 9V. 97S 914 !ls 9' fSSfioSS f'SflSJ". Julv ... 4.e4'W. 4V, 5.1 4S 0S 331. S3V.S33S 35S 494 4344", 4". 41". 464B4 23 fcew ....4M.641 . Dec . .46 &4S Oats- July .. 4 Sent . 334fiS Dec . 3.P. May . . Si. Mess l'orktrj 335 33SS33S 334J3, 31S 33S.J.33. 354SK54 3.33S Julv 12J24 12 VS K.ii rt 12 85 ll.tt 6 SO 6 934 12 874 12 e5 6 80 6 924 974 12 77U, 12 774 6 M 6 874 6.S5 Oct Lard Sept .:.. 6 80 6 ", 6 97'. 7.33V. 724 7.674 Ctct y?s, tnort kids July ... 7 35 7 53 7 30 S.CDt .7 5" 7 52S ..4a Oct ... 7 574 7 374 7.f2V. Old. tNew RECEIPTS AND 9HirME.TS. I'.ec. Ship. 12,500 lit )) 15i6iO 74 3lO 7V l.cJ Flnr. hbls Wheat, bu Corn, bu ... Oats, bu R)e. bu Uarle). bu 33.7.A .171 9fO .423.4 .SH.sru . DiKIO 41.'J0 PROVISIONS. Pending a settlement of the stejek-yards strike, the provision market was practl callv lifeies'. A small demand from pit traders, with only light offerings caused a firm undertone. Sept. pork and ribs were each up 2'-c at the close, final ngures being $12.65 and" r..VW.UzC. respectively. Laru was unchanged at JbSO. Estimated receipts for to-morrow : Wheat. 74 care, corn, 242, oats, 33; hogs. i;,(Oj head. r SIARKETS RY TELEGRAPH. New York. July 27. Flour Receipts 16,744 bbls , exports 2,904 bbls , market firm with a light trade. Minnesota patents S5&5.S5. R)e flour Arm. Cornmeal dull. R)e nominal Bar lev nominal Wheat-Receipts 70.000 bu. ;ct firm: No. 2 red nominal elevator; No l red 81.03 nominal f o. b afloat; No. 1 Northern Dulu'.h 31.094 f. o. b. afloat. No. 1 hard Mani toba f. o. b afloat Options opened stronger and active on another war scare, holding Arm all da with higher Liverpool cables and for eign bu)lng a feature The afternoon demand was especially prominent, stlnuiatcd by less favorabl Northwest crop news and a better casi Innulrv through Kanas The cloae was 4'c higher. Julv ll.024Srl.02.. rlocd 31 024: Sept. 93SW34 7-16C. closed 944e. Dec 9:tf93'4i closed 92 ,c Corn Receipts is 575 bu. Spot firm: No. 2 56c elevator and 54c f o. b ancat. No. 2 vellow 57c. No, 2 r" 1 53c Option market was dull here all da), but firmer with wheat, closing partly 4c net higher, July closed 554,c fcent. S14&5jC. cltBed 5t",c Dec. closed 524c Oats Receipts 60.600 bu . exports 350 bu. Spot easy: mixed oats 126 to 33 lb. ) 41fl2Sc: natural white (1633 Ihsl 43ir47c, clipped white (36 to 40 lbs ) 4Bir.lc. nay auij Hops quiet, pacific t:oatt. 1903 2632''c. Wool firm. Coal ncmlnal Ief firm: family 810 53UU1. Cut meats firm. Lard steady, refined steady. Pork firm. Tallow firm, city 44c; country 44tt44e. Cotton-seed oil steady: prim, jellow 274t?27i-c. Rice firm Molasses quiet Chicago. July 27. Cash flour steady Wheat No 1 spring 9St?99c, No. 3 estrjoc. No. 1 red 97fi99c. Corn No 2 50c: No. 2 yellow 514c. Oats No. 2 2J,e29Sc. No. 2 white 2V-tMlc; No. 3 white 3S'tttll4c R)P No. 2 724c. Bar le) Good feeding 35er3Sc. fair to choice malt ing 42330c. S.cets No 1 rlax J1.1S4. No. 1 NorthweMern 51.24. prime timothy 33: clover, contract grade. 111. 25. I'rov Islons Mess rcrk. per bbl , tl2.S0812.85. lard, per 100 lbs. S 774 66 SO. short rlls sides (loose) S7.25ff.3i4, thnrl .1..,,. .1. lK.,1 1 t? -.;? J W.-1.1.I.. basis of hlghwlne.. $1.28. Kanas Oty.- Julv 27 Wheal higher; Julv Slc: bept 79c; Dee 73",tf75c. cash No. i hard S3Si7c: No. 2 MSflStc; No. 1 798Ic; No. 2 red Mif90c: No 3 54tis7c: No. 4 S0at3c. Corn low er; July 50c. Sept 45,,tf47c. Dec. 414c; Mav 4H.B41VC. cash No. 2 mixed 31.e32c: No. 3 5.1441 31c, No 2 whl'e 534c. No. 3 524c. Oan stead). No. 2 white 45c; No 2 mixed 4343c Hay weak; choice timothy 33.0, cnolce ptal rle $7. Rve nominally steady at COc. Recelets Wheat 120, 4-M corn 2",0uo. oats 5.C0O. ti,p. ments Wheat 139,200, vorn 20.4W; oats none. Cincinnati. July 2 W'hl.kv. distillers' fin ished goods dull on basis of Jl.:b. Duiuth. Minn. July 27 Wheat, to arrive: No. 1 Northern J1.02: No. 2 Northern 3Sc: on trk: No 1 Northern Jl 024, No 2 Northern S4c- July 31 024: Sept. '04c: Dec. 64c Oats, on trk., 3.4c to arrive. 35c: Sept. 334c Milwaukee Jul) 27. Barley dull. No. 2 619 62c: sample 33JJS3C. Minneapolis. July 27 Wheat July 99.c: Sent 89'nc; Dec S74c: No. I hard 31 02; No. 1 Northern 81 014 : No 2 Northern 93Sc. Flour First patents tilO3 20. second patents 13.10, first clears S3 5533.65 second clears S3 5a Bran. In bulk. J14; shorts 816. Toledo O. July 27 Clov erseed-Cash Jj (5: Oct. JS70: prime alslke P. 50; Aug. 86 60 bid. prime timothy 81 SO: Sept. 81.20. Peoria. July 27 Corn stead) ; No. 3 454c; No 4 47-Hc. Whisky, on the basis of 81.2S for fin ished goods. Liverpool. July 27. W heat Spot nominal; fu tures firm: bept. 6s 94d Corn Spot quiet. American mixed new 4s 44d: American mixed old 4s 54d; futures firm: Sept. 4 53a,d. Poultry, REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New York. Julv 27 Live poultry Receipts 7 cars Western. 2 Southwestern and 1 Southern. There was ome Improvement In the demand for fowls, and feeling was slightly firmer, while fancy heava Western and snail Southern chickens also rold well, but medium-sized chickens were neglected. Roosters steady. Not many turkey arrived. Ducks anj geese un changed. Pigeons slow. Quotations unchanged. Dressed Poultry Receipts 1.397 pkgs. The fresh receipts were moderate and Invoices for l.ter In the r-etk genrr-fllv showed a slight falling off in fowls. This, with some support from neighboring markets for fowls caused a Arm feeling and receivers held firm for 124c on their average best run of drs-plcked. whll graded lots were held up to 13c and sime fig ure vvas a.k-sl for finest mark, of scalded The average quality ot spring chickens was' below the u.ual standard and most of the bu.lne., was In rang, of 14ffl5c nn scalded and 15016; .n dry picked, though fancy lirge of either brought more. Old roo.ters slightly higher. Squabs mnr" plenty and sllghtlv easier. Iced Broilers Western dry plck."d. fancv large 16c; do. scalded, do. 15c Other quotations un e-ianted-- SUWIWIARYOFST.LOUISRIARKETS Uespit tlie fact that nearly all domestic conditions were bearish, grain valuer were sharpl higher in esterdaj's market The war scare vvas responsible for the greater part of the advance Uritih feeling against Russia was shown by another break in the price of consols and there w.is .1 growing tear that the United States might be made partj to an International quarrel In vicv. of these facts bearish indi cations were ignor'd Th miklj Government weather leport showed generally fa vorable conditions, though u moderate reduction in the winter-wheat yield was noted. Itoeeirts here and .it other points were larger than on the ooircspondlng day last year. The war s-caie brought manv outside speculator? into the market and buving of this character vvas a feature of th session Opening prices wire higher and there was a steadj advance until the end of the ilrst hour, when profit-taking caused a recession. There were frequent dips of this eharacter. but in the main the market had excellent support. Off" rings .vcrc so well absorbed in th last hour that the prices ofthe active options were verv strong at the dose. Corn followed wheat on the upturn Favorable weather conditions were more than offset h war news and light receipt- Trading was nut heavj. but the feeling was unmistakabiv bullish Sept wheat opemd V",,c' up and closed 1MI'3c up. Sept corn opened t3c up and closed 1c up. S'.pt oats closed ltv up Receipts of produce were moderate and prices of fruits and vegetables were iten. erallj stead. Ixicai s,,.mitieS hid little support Traction stocks were weak, but there was some demand for the bomls Vesterdav's bank cl-nrlngs were 77,2.:.I23. talances $.".TC,7;t. Discount rate were steady between V and tt per cent Spot cotton was xac lowe-r in the local market. WAR SCARE EFFECTIVE IN ADVANCING GRAIN. WHEAT FFTURKS AKE ACT IVE AXI) STKOXU. Corn A No Advances With Additional Impetus of J.ijjht Receipts. t lie Uncertair.tv as to the outcome of the quarrel between Great Britain and Itu-sla and the possiblliiv that this country might become Involved In a similar dis pute were the main factors In working an advance In grain values. Outside of a "light decline In the winter wheat condi tion during the week all other indications were bearish Weather conditions were generally favorable and receipts were on the increase, speculative buying was brisk throughout the session. Sept. wheat opened ,-'''sC up and sold at: S7Sc. S74fiS7c. S75.c. 874c. He. SsSS-.4c. M4c 6S4tze4i. H4c. sSc. s34S"4c. sSSc lv.c, 8s.,ib'.c. i',c. S9t. B8U',u ,c Light receipts and empathy with wheat advanced corn futures. While- the range was comparatively narrow, s-eriti-ment among coarse gram traders was bullish. Here, too. the war scare was the main lactoi. Sept corn opened 4c up anc- goij at; 44c. 44c. 4S4c. 45V,c. 45c. 4SSc. tic. 4)4c 494c. Receipts of wheat at St. Louis 136.447 bu . of which 5.941 sks and 15.' cars local ana 7 cars through, against 15i,075 bu.. ot whieh J,'. sks and no cars local and 11 ears througn. i.. i.a Receipts of wheat at primary points for 2t hours 7C.C(") bu , against 5x.'"0 bu. in 1303. and shipments 31t..AJ bu., against 200 W) bu. Northwest received IW ears against 16e cars in 1503. Chicago received 1J1.&5U bu. and Kansas City 2J4.3TO bu. Clearances 34.600 bu. Kee-cipls of corn at St. Louis 22.500 bu . of which 21 cars local and 1 car through, as against 45 (XO bu., of which 47 curs lo cat anu 3 cars through. In 1903. ReceiptJ o; corn a. primary poinM for 21 hours 4S5.(.KX bu . against MCOUO bu. In 1933, and shipments 239,000 bu., against 337.000 bu. Chicago received 422.400 bu. and Kansas City 22,5ij bu. Clearances 69.2U) bu. iieceipts or oats at St. Louis ".Ttw du.. of which all were local, against 46.150 bu., of which 60 sks. and 24 cars local and 10 cars through. In 1903. Shipments 1.650 bu. Receipts of oats at primary points for 21 hours S21.0CO bu., aa against o9J,(sl bu. In i:C. and shipments 13J.W1 bu , against 321.000 bu. Clearances 9.900 bu. Cash Grain, Floor, Etc. WHEAT By sample, del.: Car lota No. J rd at W'jroSc and worth 94c at close; No. 3 red at 87,131c. mainly eSCtsae: No. 4 at 75337c, main.: ly S4er5c. rejed at 76c. 3kd. on trk.: No. 2 red at 9Jc. No 3 red at S5s7c. Skd . dumped in elev : No. 2 red at S34c: No. 3 at 84c: No. 4 at 81c: hanl winter In better milling demand: No. 2 at &0Sr92c and )e!low at 91c: No 1 at iSf? ac. No 4 at S36s6c: No. 2 mixed at E9e. c"ORN From store, loaded. No. 2 at 62c; No 3 at 514c No. 2 ellow at 534c By sample. del : No 3 at SlSolSc; No. 4 at 4Se60c: No. 2 )ellow at 63c. No .1 jellow at 53c: No. 2 white at :23534c: No t white at I1462c OATb l)v sample, del.: No t at 334c new and 404c old No. 3 new at STVjC; No. 4 new 23S35c. No. 2 white 43c new and 44Hc old: No. 3 while 42c new and 433434c old; No. 4 white 3Sff42e and 35c barley mixed. RYE Scarce and strong; No. J quotable at 70c No. J at 6m? FLOUR Quotations for soft winters la wood: P.tents Jr-e-.if5.lP: special brands 10025c high er 9o-per-cent patents J4. 804J4. 95; extra fancy SI. 5094 60: clear 33.S0&3 90: low grades In Jutes SDrlnsr wheat, rjstents. In bulk 14 4534.60. MILU'EED-Bail. E. trk and In 100s and prompt shipment: Bran 823S4c and mixed feed bulk bran at 80c At mill, bran lobs at 90c and bulk bran at SOc At mllle, bran Jobs at 90c and ships at 81.10 "LAXEEr Nominal at J1.15. HAY Timothy, choice S14 S0Jfl5: No. 1 812.59 B13.50- No. 3 JJS11: No. 4 1S)8. Clover No. 1 112: No. 2 1859 60; mixed SIOSIO 50 for No. 1: JSB9.50 for No. 2. Prairie No. 1 $939.50: No. 2 it aOS 50, No 3 or low 357. STRAW Wheat and oat en trk. JS: rje J10 an LEAD At Jl. SPELTER-Jt.75 asked. WHISKY-Quote on basis cf J1.324 a giL for .pints. St. Loral. Fntnrc Prices. Closed Ranred trusted Tuesda). Yesterdjy. Yesterda) Wheat Julv bept .. .. Dee- .. . Corn July . Sept Dec Oats Jjly . bept 91 Q04 94 ...87. b .8". b 49'jb 44 t3-l-?434 31b ...3.",b 87SU834 S8S'f90"s 4"S4tll'94 434fi(l4 . ..t.. . ... .( .. SSS84 b sii.b 51 4'4 b 414 a 39 1) Stock, of Grain In Store. Yesterday. Tucda) La: Yr. Wh'at 424.3S3 1 8.913 303.208 IfH.XZ Com oat. R)e Barley . . . No. 3 red wheat . No. 2 hard wheat No. 2 mixed com No. 2 white corn No. 3 yellow corn No 2mlxdoat9 No. 2 rye 113. Vt 23,515 413 16 673 157.724 6 40 34 52.217 7.254 4.143 C57.U5S . Z.l-'i 443 . 10.073 .234 980 6 37.7fio . 52.247 . 7.254 . 4.143 3. 525 22,361 73 442.152 6 479 1U7.446 2.S.3M 7.2U 19,ls-4 15.1'3 Frnlta send Vegetables. The Republic quotations are for lots In first hrnds. iuiI.ss otherwise specified. Small lots en oroers are charged hlgrer GRAPES Quote Concords (Miss ) at 50c per climax baekct. Ark. Ives and Harttords. cli max basket. 30533c. and 4 bs-ket crate. 6j75c. BLACKBERRIES Quote at 75SSVC per 6 gal. for ordinary to sittl.10 for choice large varletie. PEACHEbJ-Quote: Texas 4s Elberta (specked) 4.igt0c and sound 75StOc: Arkarsas, Alabama and Mississippi Liberia 4s at 63S75c. and 6 nt Siai 50 for good to choice; bouthern Illlno's. J;L'R.U otdlnarv 3&JJ35c: Tennes e- 4s Elberta 5tm60o and 1-J-bu. 20c; home-grown. 4-bu. 2o4rn0c. HUCKLEBERRIES-Cholce at J1.50S2 per 6 gal. case. NEW PPLES-Quote: Green and mixed necks at 25c and red. 33c: 1-3-bu . green an.l red 45c. bu hose. 75c8Sl for green to $1.25 for transparent! bbl. lots from JlSi.50 for poor to J2a2. for choice, and S33 50 for fancy large transparent, home-grown 75c$rji 50 per bu lor... ,,1-EJ?9;.s-3.Ie1ln"1 ftcm "to" tltH: at auc tion, callfornli n.50S3.ii ner box. CANTAIXDUPE3 California S4 per peny crate and J4 " for standani crate: Texas 25c for damaged to. Jl.SO for choice per r-tandaul crate: Arkinsas. ci crater, choice J1&I.25 and poor ooV. and baskets 40T.V)c PLUMre Texa. Chlekasaw slow sale at 30341c eer (j gal. ana ICSrlje p.r 1-3-bu. box: wild goose, per t-gal. MS73c and 49850c per 4-bu. BANANAS Quotatle at Jl 2322 50 a burch on orders. GOObEHCRRIES-Northern at Jl 2381 50 per J eeed 1 ra J. " re COCOASVIS-Ter I.COO. E trk.. $30; Jobbing wav. $XjO per 100. PBARS-Southern Le Conte J3B2 75 per bbl.: hampers at JlHl J5. and short bu. bis. 75c. WATERMELONS, In car lots from $1103175 for good to fancy large: Jobbing wav J7U35. OREGON CHKRItllSsJBIack at 75c and Roy al Anne at 3101.25 per lu-lb. box. CALIFORNIA DECIDUOUS FRUITS At auc tion: Bartlett pcors SIIrl.74 per box. Piunes and plums Tragedy J1.101.25: Italian JI.15: Kelscy Japan J1.55B1.75; climax JI.1063: bur bank JlSl.lO; abundance Jl.lvWl.25: iradshaw 11.20: Satsuma 81.20rtl.35: m)stery J1.25; Italian Jl : California resd SI JO. PINEAPPLES Florida J2 50(53 0"r crate. CALIFORNIA DECIDUOUS FRUIT- Frrn store: Bartlett pears J2.50S2.eo: Tragedy prunes J1.60t?l..o: burbank and peach plums 81 60: purple duane Jl. 4031.50. POTATOES Early Ohio from farmers' wag ons at 45048c per bu. locse. deL. up to 47B4SC for fancy large. Lots on Levee selling at 4ifi 45e per bu skd NEW ONIONS Near-by vellow 6.1fi70c for sound per bu. loos., and red at 70380c Poor end small net wan'ed. Lots nn Ite. from 60ft70c. CABBAGE Quote home grown 40843c per 100 lbs. loose. SAUERKRAUT New city make per bbL S3 60 and half bbl 82. CUCUMBERS Home-grown ccmlng In freely and selling from 2MJ50c per bu. locse. TOMATOES Home-grown In good supply, but slightly firmer. Quote oer bu. loose at 7035c. Consigned sold at- 15330c per 4-batktt crate. ir-krv"i,H.'7.H';m"sr0"n MSTJe per bu loose. KOllLRAIil Hura.-gn.wn at 23S30c per dox. for choI e. KiSGPLVNT New Or ean. J1S2 per 3r,i. t-. cording to condition: Alabama ,CStM p- f.,,".,."ik-vP"r,,'n,ei"rc"n 40aj0c per bu. b: IJKl.Ts Home.gioen i&:5c per doz. Sa South- ern not na:itrd LETTLTK IIcm"--srown 2Ge.30c per bu. rapn hea.l let,,,,. "Irj. r. - ,..-. ll Chl- HI.ANs. Quote af 4lfC5t- pr bu Iooe CHtEiix PEAb-Cholce Nbrthern J131.25 per .'i;--I;,-ivHr-.1T":Bre'"? s1 pr bu box. lalMI'O Quite Vikamas 4. at Jlaeuc for cholc- ami 1-3-bu box at f"flc. '-uc Ivr .1 EI.KHY Michigan fat ciaicj slow sale at wOtva'. nnd square at 75$S3c. OREEN i"ORN Quote home-grown at 1311130 pcrd-jz Ccnslgce.l We rer crate cf 6 to 7 seiL 3II-Quote heme-grown at 20tJ15c per Mlsrellaiicons MarLets. GRV.1S hLD---on-rli!,s light and little de menu; must aneties be,ng uut of season v.ucs non.lnal. per lc) lbs.: Clover at t to 87 tlmeth) at J2.40 to J2.73. reutop at 81 to . liungarlin nt sc to Jl; rullltt at Iw to JLri Ord'i- higher " '0- UE.v.Nc. PKAS. ETa-Quote from store, n'r" bu.: White beans at SIJstil-9v. cho'ce hand picked at Jl 5, bc-otch peas J13j; split ra, .. hlaekeye llt51.70 per lb.: Lima 4tfl4c: In- tils 44Wc. iea kldnev 6c. California pink 44c White beans In car lots en L. trk. held at 31 83 psr bu. for choice tana picked, but none report ed sold bToeK PEAS" Wh'pjoor-111 S131I3perbu. L'.MU)r;i: SBEl) yucte 12..0 per 100 lbs. C.VbTOU llUANb-J1.40 r.er bu. for prime in car lets on trk.. 8125 fur small quantities. DR1LD fRUir Atples: -.un-drted qjarter. 24j34c evaporated at 4c to be; cores and peelings at l'.ejl-.c, chops at 14814c. I'eactrea . at 3c to i-ic. Fl.A riltita Prime white live goose In small sks. 5Sc. and In large ek. 50c: prime gray dtv, 41e in email and 4'C In large eks ; old white 40 SHc. A. 30'ir.Sc: XX 22ft-6c: XXX lljltc; XXXX 5c. tare, lj pr cent on small ska. and Ic 011 urge. Duck White 4:c: dark. 36c- Turner Tall jvc. wing 9c: points 5c. ROUlb Pet il . Ginseng at 84 2314.71; stem my. w.edy. etc.. less. lacy slipper 8c; seneca 55c. pink 13c, golden s-ai 67fJoc; block 44c: Ma) avple 4c. snake 2IS26C; white snake 2Vc: angelica 5tfbc; wahoo eark of root. Sc baric ot tree. 24c; blood sc. blue flag 3c: sassafras bark of mot c- wild ginger 7c. LINSEED OIL Quotable at 42c per gal. for raw and 43c fur boiled; lc per gaL leas in car lots. -; COTTON-SEED OIL-W'lnter whit. 45c: yeU low 40c: summer whit 31c: vellow 33c: salad. 4c. cooking ) ellow 34c: white 37c. POP CORN 100 lbs. on cob. white: RIe 81 Gl 101.: mlved nt 75c. tVALT E. oe medium, at JI: granulated I60 per bbl 5c ir.cre per bbL this side. EMPTT HARRELS Coal ell. turpentlo. and gasoline, si 05. v.ncgar 70c: black oil 10c: lin seed. Ilcht and varnlh 80c; machine fOc: sogmr IS;: whisky 80e: do. half bbls. 0c: wine fl; sauerkraut 201140": pickle 40$50c; flour 18c; mo lssse. 3.1c. lard tcs 43c: 25c off tor each broken head 24c each hoop missing. . RAGS. ETC. Per 100 lba.: Country rag. at 50c. Old rope No. 1 manila. at U.2S: No. t at iAr. Rubb-r at 555 60. PEANUTS Farmers" stock, m Ib.i Red VA ere; white at 2--S34C. FECANS-Western at 5'4e: Texas at M,e. , MAPLE SUGAR-Quote at (e to 10c r lbw- COOPERSTUFF-Quot. In car lots, on trk.t Staves Flour bbls. at S10 for Cottonwood and S9.75 for mixed: meal bbls. at 88: Mow 2 at 86; No. 1 half-bbl. (gum) at Jt.BO: roUl-ran trait bbls. S7.50- beer keg J134J16: lard Were 8J7; pork bbl. SIS. Heading, pet set No. 1 flour bbl. "c mill-run 174-lncb stock tor appl. bbL cue. No. 2 do. 44c: lard tierce ltc: pork bbL 134c Shaved hoops Flour bbl. S5.50 for cooper. 84 for hoosler: half-bbL S3: colled aim (6-ft-l 8898.25: oak lord tierce, cooper shaved tUOli: ports, bbls. 35. Hides. Green salted better: dry stock steady. Qnots: Dry flint Texas butcher Clt lbs. ana over) at ltc: do. fallen at 144c: all Texas light cunAer It lbs.) at 14c: native and Arkansas at IH,o latter on selection: 16c tor No. 1 and lis for No. 2r glue at 9c Dry-salted at 12c Greesn-salteet round at 74c fcr ssouthem to 8c for Westernrs green-.alted on reliction at 4c for No. 1 and 74c for No. 2, part-cured 4c less: sneured a less, and bulls lc less than loregolng: glue 4BaS... W00L Mo. and III. Med. comb. Ac clcth. mxd... Clothing 34 Low i. braid.. 23 Burry ic clear mixed 20 Slight burry .20 Hard burry ..15 Light fine ...19 Heavy fine ..15 Lamb 21 Ark. and Souths Med., fleeces JM flHtH Med . looa. ..33 tjXSVs . Slight burry ..13 Sv ' Hard burry ..14 8"-H4 Tex.. L T. and Ok- jaea.. u mo. .: Med.. 828 mo.I Coarse low.ll Light fin. 1 Heavy sandy .131 Tubwashea nO. 1........... No. 2 ....37 Burry 31 Angora coat .25 Burry 10 North, and Wet Bright med. .2J435 Dark med. ...20 t23 Light fine ....17 4il9 Heavy buck .12 015 " Provisions. Pork F. o. b.: New standard me blng way nominally at 812.95. ta 30S. Lard Choice steam on E. aid. dosed ttoral. nally 6.30c: kettle-rendered 64c "" Green Hams. Etc. Car Iota held f. o. b, JsTL"" side thus: Hams 10-av. at 10c 12s at tVc Ua at 94c: lbs at sc. lis at 9Sc. 20s at S4c Skinned hams ids and Uir2cs at l""c. 2U624S at I04e Callfornlua at t'-rc New York shoulders ioe U-av.) at 64c. From the block. deL: Hams at 5 4t,'S4.c for run ot house: bellle. at 64c to 84tv7 as in average: California 6c to 4c and N.W ie.rk .houlrters 6c. a'wsi D. S. Meats lo arrive. loose-cured cribC clowd nominally. 4035O-av.. at 7.35c and 60 av. at 7.30c. c. a. f. Bxd. lots In a Jobbing way-j ranged thus: Extra shorts at 74c: c'ribs tt-r 7c. short clear 7r,c: bellies 8'u84c: plate. 64c j fat backs at .'c: standard backs at 74c Jr Uers chirged higher. Grease Quote small Irregular lots country: itruwn 2:4i3c: )elIow 3ii34c: wblte 4c to 44c latter for choice: quote packers' stock nominal lybrown 334c: veltow 345114c: white itriVc Bacon Bxd. S. C meats In a Jobbing way ranged: Breakfast bacon at from lie for ceavy-t-to 13c for choice light, bams at 31HfrJ34c. Callfcmlas at Sc. New Tork shoulder, ar lix- plain smoked bxd. lots In a Jobblnr war rasired: Extra shorts at 84c. c'ribs at 8c abort clear at Mic. bellies at sc to S"c. plates at He. rat backs at 7c. standard backs at 89ic Dealera cbsrgd higher on ordenc. Tallow No. 1 country 4Kc: No. 2 at 3!ic; packers prime nominally at 4f,5c Oleo Stearlnc Quote at 7c ! Produce. Butter Cresm'ry Extra 18c: flrsts USltc; seconds 148144c Ladle-packed Extra 14c: firsts 12c. Dairj -packed Fancy 14315c: pc-or to fair lOUllc; process ItSlSc Cjnntry-packed S9V-c:-r grea .tocl: 4-?5c. Fggs Received 3.471 pkgs. local andMtJpkge. through; shipped 3.S60 pkgs Market steady. Current receipts, case count and cases re turned. 13c. and strictly fresh, cases Included. 15' c per .lor.: extras 164c Cheese Northern, on orders: Twins Sc: sin gles 94c: daisies 94c: Young Americas Mscj' longhorns 10c: New York twins 94c: Lira, burger ll'-c; poor 7S9c: Swiss, He for choice: No. 2 1381c: crick 138134c. ' Live Pcultrj (Jhlckens. fowls. 10c: rooster.' c: spring chickens, current receipts, 14c; old turke)- lie: old ducks 7c: spring ducks, choice large s4c- small and poor less: spring gees, tcr old geese 5c: young turke)s. per lb., 22c: guinea chickens, per doz.. J2.50: ycung guinea chick ens. 15(14 lbs, S3; Hie pistons and squabs, per doz., 7c. Dressed Iced Poultry Quote oholce country-- dressed stcck (clt)-dressed sold higher): Chick' ens. fowls, 104c: spring chickens 15c: roosters CUitvv)-, 111; Veul Heavy calves not wanted; choice to fan r (H0ftl25 lbs 54c: heavy 34844c: hereucg J34c: thin 2a2"4c. -c cy sir: Muttcn sheep J482'Sc: bucks and ewes 2 24c. jearllng lambs 4u44c: spring lambs 344 -n .... IK .mi.11 nrit w.ant.a '... I resh rieh Suntlsh lc: crapple tc for small to Sc for large, bass lie: diessed cat Sct spoonbill cat 7c. ball heads, dressed 84c; gross 3c: buffalo, gross 2c. and dressed 4zc; Germaa carp 3c, for dress'd. gross 2c: white perch Jc eels at 4c Frog lgs-Cb. let large, per dox.. SL75: tne- dium Jl i: sm-ul 2iS7Jc ....--. Butter and Cheese. Philadelphia. July 27.-Butter urchanged ex." tra Western creamery lie. Cbeese steadyV 79 Cnlcago. July 27. Butter steady: creamrt"a 13iil7c: dairies 12315c Cheese steady: J-J Eggs. REPUBLIC SPECIAL New York. July 27.-Eggs-Rece!pts H,m cases. The weather was bright and mod-rately-cool. but receivers did not want goodTto ruT down In quality bj sitting tn th floors ind pushed sales as roridly as possible, which led to a wlde irregularity In prices, fully lc a dozen on the) same quality. Quotations about as nearly correct aa they could be made v-rhea taken In connection with the quality schedule? but I7c would buy a prime quality or mralar Western packings. All undr grades weti neglected Fresh Western dirties UWlSc- eieeS l'.l3c. Other- quotaUons unchanid. Cafc -ni". CltT' Ju,l it--K" n; Mlsserurt -an.l Kan.as. new No. 2 whltewood rjaawTiliL: twncd. I6c: case count 13c: caie-freturned 5- Philadelphia. July 27. Eggs easier r. t. Western ISfilOc at mark. . freaU Chicago, July 27. Eggs Arm at mark. sum returo'd. USMUc, ' mrll; tMK sl iZl M I i l :M -r-3-iM-r--esi3j -J- ggl