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THE INDIANAPOLIS JOÜRXAL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1002.
Capita!, Mirpla aaJ Profits . SCO.UOO
The CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
COAIMi;iCIAL CIwUII uuinixo
App inted as a regular government depositary by the Secretary of the Treasury
January 18, 1902.
DIKFCTHP V. S. Hyram, II. W. Kennet t, IT. 4. Million. A. A. McKain. F.. S. 'Wilson.
M. B. AVilsov, Fredd-nt. V, . L lit iu :iiMAV,';i-hn-r.
m. M. Packakk. Vice President. C. L. Fakkki.i., As t Cahler.
With DIRECT CONNECTION' in every county in the State, we are especially
prenared for liandltn' mercantile accounts and Indiana c llections.
Korelzn exchsnire Moi'M and wiM. Drafts liitf n foreign countries. Traveler-. letters of
credit iued. avaiUrle in ail p.irn of th- worM. Acts a K-rve A-'-nt for National Hank.
frin -kin H
For the prompt transaction of all
a modern Trust Company. Loans
Institution For The People
Deposit In funn of OSE DOLLAR AND
UPWARD KLXKIVLD and INTKHKST
ALLOWED, COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY.
No expend in dejositin'.r or
drawing funds. Loans made on Ileal F.tate
and approved collateral. Lowest rates.
The Marion Trust Co.,
N. B. Cor. Market anil Monument Place.
Closed irattmlay afternoon, May to October.
MEYER & KISER
3C6-8-I0 Indiana Trust Building.
We own and offer subject to sale:
f45o Covington, Ind
10,000 Indianapolis Street Ry
5,000 Indianapolis Gas
X3, 600 Newton County
10,000 Greene County
4,000 Howard County
3,300 Sullivan County
200 shares Belt K. K. Common.
35 shares Indianapolis Fire.
S. A. FLETCHER t CO.'S
Safe Deposit Vault
3a Cast Vashlaeton Street.
Absolut safety ajalnst fire and burglar. Fo
Ceeman day and night on ruard. Design-id for
safs keeping1 of Money. Dondj. Wills. Deeds. Ab
stracts. Kilver Piate, Jewels, and valuable
Trunks. Packages, etc Contains 2, 109 boxes.
Rent f3 to 45 Per Year.
JOHN S. TARKLIOTOX - - - Manager.
Offered: Union Traction 59.
Indianapolis Brewing Co. 6s.
Union Trust Co. Stock.
Prry Mf Co. Preferred Stock.
Wanted: Belt K. K. Common Stock.
133 EAST MARKET ST.
TTiTitTT INSURANCE COM'Y
AJLmxVJLJLV of NEW YORK
lead all others In strength and the amount of
ita business. IIA popularity H so great that the; as
ifts have reached over 13,ixio,0o0. Its raten are the
lowest, its contracts liberal, its loaves promptlj paid.
C F. SAYLES & CO., Agents, 127 E. Market St.
U. S. Scale Co.
TERRB HAUTE, IND. (EstibHabed 1S75)
Manufacturers of all kinds of large Scale.
ANTI-FRICTION BEARINGS, preventing
wear upon the pivots. A jrrea-t Improvement
over any others. The MOST DURABLE
Wagon and Track Scales made. Send tor
circulars, references and prices before buy
ing. JOEL, WILLIAMS,
CnTKA!TOR and JlVILTtr.R
Otllce, S2I and Zll Lenieke Ituilding. .New Phone Svi.
Copj of Statement of ths Conditio!
On the3Ist day of December, 1931
It Is located at W Cedar street. New York
city. In the State of New York.
F. C. MOOHE. President.
EDWARD LANNING, Secretary.
The amount of its capital i- Jl.OOO.OCO
The amount of Its capital paid up Is. l.Ovu.uoo
The Assets of the Company are as follows:
Bonds anl stocks owned by the
company, as pr schedule liled. $8,S02,020.00
Real estate owned by the com
Loans on bonds .and mortaes
(on real estate worth 51ls.7iO... 5-010.00
Tremhims in course of collection 7;:i,i;xi:
Interest and dividends (accrued). Tl.tMi.V)
Cash In banks and trust com
ranlo, and on hand S30,C.V).15
Total assets $11,GL1,011.SI
Losses adjusted and not duo Jir.f.211.U
Iosaes unadjuste! lOti.'Jöy.CO
Losses in suspense, waiting for
further proof 41,2!t.O0
All other claims against the
Amount necessary to reinsure
outstanding rHks 4,Si)6,?o:j.CO
Total liabilities J3.C07,6SJ.fJ
The greatest amount Insured in any one
risk is not over fhv.'ji.o, but does not as a
rule exceed $5,0a).
Btate of Indiana. Ollice of Auditor of State.
I. the undersigned, auditor of state of tho
State of Indiana, hereby certify that the
above is a correct copy of the statement of
the condition of the above-mentioned com
pany on the Cist day of December, 1001,
as ehown by the oriii.al statement, and
that the said original statement is now on
file In this olüce.
In testimony whereof I hereunto sub
scribe my name and afhx my ofTl
SZAL clal seal this 27th day of January,
1-. W. 11. IIA RT,
Auditor of State.
ALEXANDER & CO , 124 East Market St
COBB & CO.. 4S heo üulljinj.
Xotlce Served on Governor.
LINCOLN. Neb.. Jan. 2D.-C. C. Wright,
of Omaha, this evening served notice on
Oovernor Savage demanding that he fol
low out the decision of th. Supreme Court
by appointing a new board t lire and po
lice comniisfior.ers for Omaha. The Gover
nor 1 given until FVb. 4 to make the ap-
iintment. and if lie fails by that date
dr. Wrlrht ar.ounos he will begin man
flamui proceedings In the Supreme Court
to compel him.
Canition Sail fur Culm.
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. SO. Jules Cambon.
Frnch ambassador to the United States,
aJled to-day on the French cruiser Duguay
Trua Icr Havana.
business matters within the scope or
placed and local enterprises linunced.
I 1 r.-
BRIEF SHOW OF STRENGTH
AFTi:u A FIRM 0 113 I. NC AVI IK AT
s a(;(.i:i to tiik CLosi:.
Corn and Oat Register Fractional
Ail vnncea 1'rov Ixlonn Dull nnd
Lower in All Products.
CHICAGO, Jan. CO. A buoyant corn pit
was the dominant factor in grain markets
to-day and for a time tended to lift all
prices. Rut though bullish sentiment
seemed to have taken hold of speculation
again, higher prices tempted profit-taking
and tho close brought a loss of ';c for
May wheat and gains of UKtC for corn
and c for oats. Provisions closed Gc
lower all round.
There was a big trade in corn and on a
generally higher range of prices. A strong
cash situation has been developing gradu
ally on the strength of the cold weather
and to-day stimulated speculation to ac
tivity. Altogether this cereal was the
strongest and most active on the board.
The situation in the West and Southwest
was the principal factor. Kansas City re
ported a clearing out of Its surplus and an
Improvement In the demand. Nebraska
was not offering' freely. In general, out
siders were bullish. Shorts here covered and
commission hou.es put in good buying or
ders. A good support developed and from
an opening a Fhade lower to Uc higher at
C2?ic to CCc, May advanced until at one time
it sold at C34c At such prices, however,
profit-taking was popular and most of the
gain was lost. At the close May was yj,
?8c higher at G3iG3'vsC. Receipts were only
Tho wheat market was not what could be
called strong at any time. For a few
minutes after the opening, on the strength
of better cables, small receipts and a few
buying ordeis, there was a short-lived
spurt and the tone was firm. Rut later
selling orders developed and in spite of the
good inlluence of corn the market slowly
sagged off. There was little of importance
in the news. Foreigners were not in the
market to any extent. Shorts covered at
times on reports of bullish sentiment in
the Southwest and of poor shipments re
sulting from the bad weather. When the
market turned quiet short sellers were en
couraged and helped to press prices some
what. May opened a shade higher to a
shade lower at 7'Jc to 7S78c, sold up to Wtfc
7jic and closed v8c down at 7Sy2li 7Ss,c.
Local receipts were only twenty cars; Min
neapolis and Duluth reported 321, a total of
Cll, against 310 last week nnd 331 a year
ago. Primary receipts were 414.0GU bu, com
pared with 502.00) a year ago. Seaboard
clearances, in wheat and Hour, equaled 333,
The strength In oats developed on the
corn bulge, on a good cash demand which
has been steadily developing, and on cover
ing by shorts. The market opened higher
and strong, but compared with corn was
quiet. Commission houses bought well but
late prolit-taklnir eased price?. May sold
as high as 45c and at the close was firm,
3,c higher at 4i"c. Receipts were twenty
Provisions opened with a show of
strength, influenced by a Rood hog market,
the srain strength and a fair show of buy
ing orders. Offerings were not heavy, but
prices lost nfU-r the early advance. There
were narrow fluctuations on selling intlu-
ences and the cioie was easy. May pork
eloped 5e lower at $15.f'. lard 5c down at
?l.4io and ribs 5c lower n.t $.4.
Estimated receipts for to-morrow: Wheat,
15 cars; corn, G5; oats. C5; hogs, 22,0o0
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Iii! I Till MMlit
Articles. Opt-n- High- Low-
Whf-at ing. t. est.
Jan ... 7-" 7.". Tö1
May .. 7v,-:: 7:V79!i 7 S,
July .. "y.VTVri 7S'a
Jan ... e.i fi)
May .. t's-C.T
July .. 6A2-i-Ti 6U, ZZ
.. 4,-43 41;
July .. 3J4 ss's
Sept .. :27s-33 Zit
July .. lo.Or.'i lti.15
May .. f.:. 9.2i 0.40
July .. a.tiO Sf.Ci'a 'J.-i
May .. S.50 a.?1 i $.421, f 42U
July .. S.62'i S.C23 8.52a $.123
Cash quotations wer as follows; Flour steady.
No. 3 fprir. wheat. 7ra7.",2c: No. 2 red. fcSVij)
M'-C. No. 2 oats, 4.".'ic: No. 3 vhltf. 4,'i 047c.
No. 2 rye, 61'.-o. I-'air to choice maltint; barlry,
.''.'-."Ho. No. 1 Ilaxseed, Jl.fiS; No. 1 Northwestern,
5 1. 71. I'rime timothy susl. Jö 50. Clover, eon
trart pr.-it:. J'j.7. ess pork, per brl. $15.7.")'
1".". Lard, j pp 1, $ ..2." h :.3". Short rib
5i'ls los. f S.l,Vo,8.3i. Dry-salteI s!iou!Tpri
boxfd. $7.1-Mu'u 7.2Ö. Short clear fides (boxed),
s.7.1. Whisky, basis of hih wines. 11.21.
lceipts Flour, 23.i Lrls; wheat, 47,t bu;
corn, Ld." bu; oats. 75j"i" 1"j: rye. 6.eoo bu;
barley, "4.0V) lu. Shipments Flour, 31.'i'i0 bris;
wh.at. pNMNM) bu; corn. ;q.en bu; oats, lü,0j bu;
rye, 2,ö0u bu; barley, 17.0) bu.
at m:v yohk,
IrreKiiInr (irnln 3Inrket, Tvlth Cereal
l'rodiict CJenirally l'ncliaiireil.
NEW YORK, Jan. 30. Flour Receipts,
9,Ss2 brls; exports. 5,900 brls. The market
was ste'ady, but generally unchanged. Rye
steady; No. 2 Western, CSVsC, f. o. b. afloat;
state, Cl(i CT.e. c. i. f. New York, car lots.
Rarley steady; feeding. CCfcC5c, c. 1. f. Buf
falo; malting. Cjt72c, c. I. f. Ruffalo.
Wheat Receipts, ?5.0v bu; exports, 134,
bu. Spot ea?y; No. 2 red, S7Uc f. o. b.
afioat, Wc elevator; No. 1 northern Duluth,
S5"4c, f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 hard Manitoba,
SSc, f. o. b. atloat. Considerable irregu
larity developed in wheat to-day on a quiet
trade. It opened steadier with cables and
on foreign buying, yielded to realizing,
rallied onrc more on the corn strength,
but In the last hour weakened again
through Southwest selling and poor ex
port demand; closed easy at s5e net de
cline. March closed at M'c; May, S3 15-lGlr
Mrvc closed at Sic; July, TsiSlVio. closed
Corn Receipts, 6.0 bu; exports. 40 bu.
Spot firmer; No. 2. s"Bo elevator, MKc f. o.
b. atloat. With little exception corn was
active and strong all day on very liuht
receipts West, a scare of shorts. higher
cables and small offerings; closed firm and
s'u;Se net higher. May. 67,';iC,;c. closed
at ti7TBc; July, t77iV,c. closed at 070.
Oats Receipts. 21.ou) bu. Spot firmer; No
2. 4:c; No. 3. 4c; No. 2 wldte, COUc; No. 3
white. L'c; track mixed Western. VjU'jc;
track white. 5 iJ 53c. Options rellected good
general buying and small receipts, ruling
firm all day.
Lard easy; Western steamed. $3.672. Re
fined dull; continent. f..s5; 8. A.. $10.65;
compound. $js.25. Tallow easy; city (J2
for package). CqV.sc; country (packages
Coffc-e-Spot Rio steady; No. 7, Invoice,
5.c. Mild quiet; Cordova, S''12c.
Sugar Raw firm; fair refining. 3 3-lCc;
centrifugal. test, 3 11-lc; molasses sugar,
2 15-160. Reumd steady; crushed, 0.25e;
powdered, 4.s5c; granulated, 4.75c.
TRADE IX GENERAL.
Quotation nt St. Lou In, llaltlmore,
Cincinnati und Other 1'lnces.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 30. Flour fjulet; red winter
patents. 4 3:; xtra fancy an! straight. iZ
;3.7u; clear. S2 ML2.4). Tlmuthy tvd steady at
i.753.3'j. Cora mel ktad at $3.JJ. Uran uall;
Racked, S3o. WhAt higher; No. 2 rel. cash, ele
vator, K',o; track. Sv; May. WSjsc; Julj.
7,,c; No. 2 hard. 71-'!1r. Corn higher: No. 2,
rash. le; tr.vck. 3c; Mar. 64c; July.
1Q. Oats weak; No. 2, cash, 4lc; track. iV-i
4c; May. 4Zc; July. 2:e; No. 2 white. 47'3T';c.
Hye firm at 3?. Fork lower; J- bbinp. 13.3
old; nw. Larl lower at .M.'j. Dry-altei
m'ats (lxtd) ?teaiT; extra short? and clear
ribs. Iv62'2; eb-ar sides. .7'. Damn (boxeü)
ftea.!y; extra s-h rts and cJar ribf. ri.37,J: clear
si los. V C2'2. Hav Timothy ftealy at I!: jl4:
prairie dull and easier at t'uW.3 Whlky
steady at $1.21. Iron cotton ties. $1. Lagp'.re.
ö1'rtj,. Hemp twine. ic. Kerelts Flur, ..i.'"0
brls; wheat, 13.'' bu; corn. 4-V.0 tu: oats, 6'"'.'.
tu. Shipments Hour. 4.eco brla; wheat, 62,'.)
bu; corn, 7J') bu; oats. 34. W bu.
LOCI S VILLK. Jan. 30. Wheat-No. 2 red and
lr.r.Kbrry, 8c; No. red nnd lonsberry. r. Ap
I les Sun-drie l. 2'4c per lb for brUht. Sfiö'-.c for
ciark. l'eaches. 1 u l'2c. Beans Northern hand
picked. fl.W i er tu; new home beans, 1l.Yi2.
Timothy fferl, 2.v:.i3.10 per bu; extra cl'-an
Muecrass. 23c; reii top. 14e per bu; red clover,
$ per bu. Hay Cho:e in car lota on track,
$R.5o'f15; clover, f M.Coll.r.O. Straw, $:.'u3.oU.
Chan Sinsen?, $l.601i3 pe-r lb. Fotatoes. Mo per
tu. Onions. fl.:,0 per bu. Leaf lettuce, tll.2.1
per bu; head lettuce, $1.30 pr bu. Turnips, 73c
per brl. Cabbage, $1.15 per brl. Perpers, $1 per
BALTIMORE, Jan. SO. Flour dull and un
changed. Wheat Mrm: Fjiot and the month.
fj4I2c: Februarr, M,fivjRc; Mav. M1 x'v 4:,c ;
steamer No. 2 red, Wn l:c. Kxports, 27,'J l-u.
Southern ty amiile. 7viisCHc; Southern on jrrade,
2t 31r. Corn strong:; mtxed iot. the month
and February. tC'jiW c; May, 6e167c; steamer
mixed, W.tltWzc; Southern white corn. COMfe;
Southern yellow corn. C.stlC'c. Oats firmer;
No. 2 w hite. K'&Wi'.j.c: No. 2 mixed. 4 .o.
liye firmer; No. 2 n-ar-by, 67'Cc; No. 2 West
ern, (MiMc. Sijpar firm and unchanged; fine ar.d
coarse jtranulated. 4.&l'2c.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 30. Wheat Spot. No. 2 red
Western winter quiet at Cs P:d; No. 1 northern
Fpring steady at 63 21; No. 1 California firm at
65 Cd. Corn Spot ouiet; American mixed, new,
5s 5'2.1; American mixed, c 1 1. ;.s fid. Lard Amer
ican refin.d, in palls, steady at 47s 6J: prime
Western. in tierces, steady at 46s 3d. Bacon
Cumberland cut Heady at 3'js 41; clear bellies
fcteady at 49. Tallow City j.rime firm at Ss.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 30. Wheat May. :6'ic;
July, 73r; cash. No. 2 hard. 7t3'ac; No. 2 red, 7'
fe; No. 2 sprinp, 735i7312c. Corn January.
e2':e; May, 6i'8c; cah. No. 2 mixed. f.4c; No. 2
white, Wi-c OatP Nr.. 2 hlte, 4';i2T4"e. Re
ceiptsWheat. 5.C') bu: corn. 3,3im bu; oats,
22.0') bu. Shipments Wheat, 16,000 bu; corn,
130. 4"0 bu; 03ts, 14. W0 bu.
CINCINNATI. Jan. 3). Wheat firm: No. 2 red.
OOHc Corn firmer; No. 2 mixed. e4S64iiC. flats
steady; No, 2 mixed, 47T(17,1!r. Bye, Wjsc. Lard
quiet at $'..13. Hulk meats firm at $vSo. Bacon
quht at $r 63. Whi.-ky Distillers finished goods
active on basis of $1.3t. Susar quiet.
TOLEDO, Jan. 30. Wheat active and lower;
cash, 7'4c; May, Ha;c; July, Mc. Corn active
and Ftrong: January, 5yc: May, 64c: July, t4c.
Bye, 61c. Oats dull; January, 45'ic; May, 4c.
Clover seed lalrly active and steady; cash, prime,
$3.!0; March, $3.03.
DULUTH. Jan. 30. Wheat Cash, No. 1 hard.
77c; No. 2 northern, "l'c; No. 1 northern. 74c;
May, 7,2c; July, 77ic; . Manitoba. No. 1 north
ern, cash. 7lc; May, 74,4c. Oats, 42I,c. Corn,
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 30. Wheat-Cash, 75c;
May. 74"8c; July, 76-c: on track. No. 1 hard,
7tc; No. 1 northern, 74c; No. 2 northern, 73c.
MILWAUKEE. Jan. SO. Barley firm; No. 2,
C3'3c; sample, 5:C2V-c.
llutter, Ekk nnd Cheese.
NEW YORK, Jan. 20. Butter Receipt?, 2.332
packages. Market firmer; State dairy. 141 23c;
cream ry, 17:a23'tc: Ju:i creamery, 13i21c: fac
tory. 13rul7,jC. Cheese Iteceipts. 2,720 packages.
Market lirm; State full cream, small early mad
fancy colored. ll.'i llc; State full cream, small
early made, fancy white. 11U''' H'zc; large early
made colored, lct-?4c; larpe early made white,
10s4c. Eggs Receipts, 4.380 packages. Market
firm; ?tate and Pennsylvania. P'e; Western at
mark, ouc; Southern at mark, TJ'o-'sQ.
BALTIMORE. Jan. 30. Cheese firm; large, 11 Tf
IV.hc: medium, ll'iii llssc; small, n'cllc. I'ut
ter firm and unchanged; ;ancy imitation, 1'7
l?c; fancy creamery, 24'i2"c; fancy ladle. ICS 17c;
fancy roll. 17ilsc; good roll. lö'filHc: store
packed, 13'(j,13c. Egg3 firm and unchanged; fresh,
rillLADELPIIIA. Jan. 30 Butter firm and
12c higher; txtra Western creamery, 2Jc; extra
m-ar-by prints, 2V. Eges firm and lc higher;
fresh near-by, 2'.c; fre-bh Wstern. "'Jc; fresh
Southwestern, 2'.c; freth Southern, 2Sc. Cheese
LOUISVILLE. Jan. 20. Packing butter, 1.1c per
lb; common country. li'Wüe: Rood, lßc; Elgin.
2t'2c in fiv-lb tubs; 27e in 20-lb tubs; Elgin lb
prints. 27,2c. Eggs. 23'y24c.
CHICAGO, Jan. 30. On the Troluce Exchange,
to-day, the butter market was firm; creameries,
1 .'t'j 25c: dairies. IIV2'V. Cheese firm at lOViSlUaC.
Eggs firm; fresh, 25fa2Cc.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 30. Eggs firm and scarce;
fresh Missouri and Kansas stock, 22c, loss off,
cases returned; new whitewood cases included,
CINCINNATI, Jan. 20. Eggs easy and lower
at 22c. Butter steady. Cheese steady; Ohio
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 20. Butter steady; creamery,
IS1?? 25c; dairy, 15S20c. Eggs steady at 25c.
NEW YORK. Jan. CO. Copper la still the star
feature In the metal trade. Prices were advanced
about ic, and It was said no considerable) quan
tity could be obtained for less than 13c for for
ward delivery. At the same time the quoted
range to-day was 12V'12TiC for lake. 12''12'-c
for electrolytic and 12'4c for castintr. The London
market was much higher at one time during the
day, the advance amounting to 1)3 17s Cd. but
there was a reaction of All. so thnt spot closed
at 34 3d and futures at 54 7s f.d. Tin was aoout
i-c higher here, with spot closing at 23.!0ft21c.
and London closed with a net gain of 2? Cd with
spot at 1'J5 15s and futures at 103 10s. Lead
was quiet, but steady and unchanged at New
York, but at London price? were advanced li
2d to 1 l"s 6d. Spelter was points lower
here at 4.25o, but London was unchatiiffd at
17 2s Cd. Iron was steady but unchanged at
N w York. Glasgow closed nt 4Ss lid. and Mid
dleshoro closed at 44s 4d. Pitr Iron warrants
closed at $UTil2; No. 1 Northern foundry, $16.50
6 17.30: No. 2 Northern foundry, $16110.73; No. I
Southern foundry. 16.5j ; No. 1 Southern
foundry soft, f lIfi 16.5'J.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. S Metals lower; lead easy
at 3.97sc; spelter weak at 4.05c.
LONDON. Jan. TO. The ofTerlnsrs at the wool
avetioa sales to-day numbered 15.337 bales, in
cluding a good selection of superior merinos
which were in ken demand for France, Germany
and America. Tho representatives were free
purchasers. Crossbreds wore In active demand,
the home and continent taking fine grades and
American greasy. The home buyers also se
cured several lots of slipes and scoured. A
quantity of superior Port Philip washed lambs
realized 2s I'M. Following are the sales in de
tail: New South Wales, 2) bales; scoured,
Cidftla 7d; greasy. 4'dlld. Queensland, r0 bales;
scoured. Is 3'd-lft 4 "d; presy, 5'aül0d. Vic
toria. 1.10O bales; scoured. 12 I'M: greasy, 3'4d
'pis Id. South Australia, 1.6CÖ bales; scoured.
Sd'f'ls 3d: greasy. 2Vi3d. West Australia. l.&ftO
bal"s; scoured. 1'J : greasy, 3'xfrd. New Zealand,
f.4'0 bales: scoured, 4'4d'uls 3d; greasy, 4t'a"101.
Cape of Good Hopo and Natal. 2,1)0 bales;
scoured, 3d; Is 5'2d; greasy, 4 ?,'' 2d.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 20. Wool firm, but trado
1'trht. Medium grades, 13'alKi2c; light fine, 12i
15c; heavy line, 10tJl2c; tub washed, 14'5211.ac.
$3.60: water white. $3.S5.
WILMINGTON. Jan. 3'). Spirits of turpentine,
r.othinu doinvr. Rosin firm t $1. 101. 15. Crude
turpentine strong tt 1.3Ö to $2.50. Tar quiet at
OIL CITY. Jan. 30. Credit balances. $1.13.
Shipments. G4.235 brls; average, 91.S44 brls; runs,
,417 tr is ; average, 04,654 brls.
MONTPELIER. Jan. 3. Crude petroleum
steady; North Lima, &5c; South Lima and In
CHARLESTON. Jan. 31 Spirits of turpentine
and rosin unchanged.
LOUISVILLE. Jan. SO. Hers. 7'2e per lb;
spring chickens, lie; small chickens. 12ffl4e;
young ducks. I''i9'-c; geese, full feathered. $5.50
5? 6 per dozen; young turkeys, !e per lb; old, ac;
dressed turkeys, 12V 120.
NEW YORK, Jan. CO. Poultry Alive firm;
springers, 9'2e; turkeys. lOjlo'oc; fowls, lie.
lressl springers, 10!2'jll'2c; fowls. l'.''(j lF-c;
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 30. Poultry steady: chickens,
&:c; turkeys, 11c; ducks, Ire; geese, 5y6c.
CINCINNATI. Jan. 20. Poultry easy and
lower; chickens, V-y.fJe; turkeys, He.
CHICAGO. Jan. 30. Dre-ssed poultry steady
turkeys, iT:l2!ic; chickens, 7'dl0c.
are. not pressing goods for sale in any direct kn.
Fine yarn fabrics both in the grey and finlsdiej
goods are very firm. Local Jobbing trade is re-
I . I I. . . 1
ported gocd in general lines of sprintr mer
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 30. Cotton steadv.
Sales. 5,e..0 bales. Ordinary. 6 7-PV; good ordi
nary. 6 13-P'e; low middling, 7,;.c; middling.
7 13-1-ic; good mlddlinsr. S'Bc; middling fair,
S y-P'-c. Receipts. lj,t bales; stock, 342,e'J bales.
NEW YORK. Jan. 3 .Spot cotton close-J quiet;
middling uplands. l'.;c; middling gulf, S'aC Sales
NEW YORK. Jan. 20.-.U the annual
mee ting of tne Erie Telegraph and Tele
phone Company held lure to-day the propo
sition of the directors to fell all property
right, privileges and franchises of the
corporation to th Occidental Telephone
Company, was ratified. It was also vote 1
to cancel the company's asivement with
the Postal Telegraph Company of Texas
dated May 15. le).
Pun i!ietl for Contempt.
CHICAGO, Jan. 3". Judge Smith In the
Criminal Court to-day sentenced John F.
IUntley, of the printing lirm of Rentley,
Murray & Co., to sixty days' imprisonment
in the county Jail for contempt in refusing
to bring the books of the lirm, before the
SAVANNAH. Jan. 20. Spirits of turpentine
firm at 42?. Rosin firm. Quote: A. B, C, D
$1.25; E, $1.S0; F. $1.35; O. $1.40; H. $1.45; I.
$1.70: K. $2.23: M. $2.65; N. $3.23: window class.
NEW YORK. Jan. 30. The character of the
market for cotton goods is slow In chancinsr In
the absence of any influence of importance, lay
ers needs are increasing somewhat, but there Is
INFLUENCED BY COPPER
STOCK .MARKET RESPONDS TO AC
TIVITY IX THOSE SECURITIES.
Result Is a (Jenernlly Higher Level of
Prices V Fevr Good Gains Mude
on Individual Causes.
NEW YORK, Jan. 20. To-day's market
again showed its sympathy with Amalga
mated Copper. The dealings in this stock
were about twice as great as those in Su
gar, and the transaction in the two stocks
combined were an overwhelming proportion
of the aggregate. The speculation in Amal
gamated Copper, while very active, was
accompanied by much confusion of sen
timent regarding the actual developments
in trade and their bearings cn this se
curity. The active and excited demand for
crude copper in London this morning and
apparently urgent bidding on the local
metal exchange at advancing quotations
indicated urgent requirements in the trade,
but the advance in Amalgamated Copper,
while apparently a logical result of these
trade developments, is met by persistent
representations from sources which the
street regards as authorized to speak for
insiders which seemed to be designed to
discourage the advance in the stock. These
representations are to the effect that the
supply of metal accumulated about the
Amalgamated Copper Company were not
only sold at the low level, but heavy con
tracts for future delivery are alleged to
have been also made by that company be
fore the price of the metal rallied. Spec
ulative sentiment is much confused by
these conflicting interpretations and is
made wary by the costly experiences dur
ing the rapid decline in this stock. The
price moved irregularly to-day, but at a
level above last night throughout. The
price touched 77 at one time, which rep
resented an entire recovery of yesterday's
less and i in addition. The net gain on the
day is 1. Sugar was depresed and at no
time sold fully up to last night's, level.
Ihis morning's published report indicat
ing little chance for the reduction of duties
on Cuban sugar affected the stock through
out. The publication of the statement gf
the United States Steel Corporation was
ignored so far as could be perceived in
the dealings in the stocks of that concern,
which were of insignificant proportion. In
the railroad list Southern Pacific easily
held formost place, with a net advance
of '1 points. The activity of this stock was
associated, in the minds of the traders,
with the resumption of active trading of
a leading operator after a period of illness.
Its strength helped the other transcon
tinental by sympathy. The Increased net
earnings for December for Union Pacitlc,
following yesterday's increases by other
corn carriers, was a help to the Western
and Southwestern grangers, as the effects
of the corn crop shortage were expected
to develop not later than December. The
other movements of the day were from
Individual causes. Evansville & Terre
Haute rose over 3 points on reports of a
merger with other north-and-south lines
in Ohio and Indiana. The Linseed stocks
advanced strongly on reports of higher
prices for linseed oil, while the apparent
cause for the strength of the Distilling
slocks was a reduction in the prices ot
spirits. Rock Island rose 3 points on com
paratively light dealings, owing to the
small floating supply of the stock. The
pried movement generally was very nar
row, but fractional net gains were the
rule at the end of the day.
The bond market was somewhat irregu
lar. Total sales at par value were J3,jti5,
IW. United States threes, coupon, advanced
VL ner cent on the last call.
following are the day's share sales and
the recorded price changes:
High- Low- Closing
Stocks. Salfs. est. est. Rid.
Atchison H.tiO Tb'a 75 7t-
Atchison pref l,7u) &7' Mr
Raltlmore & Ohio lti P X1
1. dc O. pref tti4
Canadian I'aclfic 4')') 113Ü 113V. 113
Canada Southern Pa) 84
Chesapeake & Ohio Jj'JO 4tils 4l 4C
Chicago t Alton 6 0 34 34 341,
C. Ac A. pref iou 764 76 7C'4
Chi., Ind. At Louis 2,mo f.3 M'8 52
C. I. Ac L. pref 2j) 7C1, 7t,1 7b
Cid. Ai East. Illinois... 4'W 143 Ul2
Chi. Oreut Western.... LuO 3; 2il,4 23s
Chi. G. W. pref. A &41.4
Cni. G. W. pref. 1$ 44
Chi. & Northwestern... 1,3'W 2l4:,4 213, 214'
C, It. I. & 1 11, Wt) PV.i 1574 15'.i
Chi. Term. Ai Tran&.... 1 0 17. 17'g 17'
Chi. T. v T. pref 1,5 ) 23 33
C, C. C. & M. L COJ M yi, S)'j
Colorado Southern 141,2
C. S. first pref 7i) 613i 61 4 6IV2
C. S. second pref bi)
Delaware & Hudson..... Ln) 173 171si V,2
Del., Lark. Ai West.... 300 2724 272 272',
Ptnver A: Itio CJrande .... 4i2
D. & R. G. pref 400 914 91 &i.
Erie 90 35, Si 29
Krle first pref a.SoO 7o7 7o'a 7js;
Krie second pref 5"g 55 55L8
Great Northern pref 17'
Hocking Valley 20) Ov4 fcv'a
Hocking Valley pref.... 1X) W, t2t fci'4
Illinois Central 1.3o lhh 11)
Iowa Central pref
Lake Krie Ac Western.
L. E. Ai W. pref
L. & N
2"9 ZV 3.'i .TJU
A'JV 0"2 i'.l lj'4
.... .... .... )
. .... .... ICS
l,7tO I04 li35 VXiVi
1.7U0 135; 1341 135
.UCl. L I n II 1 cij ... v,,;v jtl Jl" 8 I" 4
Mexican Central 6D 2'i 29 27,
Mexican National 8,2io 16 154 157g
Minn. Ai St. Louis HO lurt lt.ß I05a
Missouri Pacific 8,4'0 102 1"'2 pc
Mo.. Kan. & Texas 40) 2iia 244 24a
M.. K. C- T. pref 2,4M 24 54 24
New Jersey Central lä1)
New York Central 10 1R24 lClVi 1614
Norfolk & Western P0 ti 6 6
Mi-. O A, W A I I -o V V u 1 f-1 ,-..1 t-..1
N. Ac W. pref
Ontario Ac Western 1,500 234 334 33s,
Pennsylvania 3,200 1194 4'J 1494
Heading IS.C'00 54 .V,,
lUadinsr first pref 1.3 k) f2 bi gi34
Headlnx second pref.... S.OCK) 624 C24 62
t. Louia Ac San Fran.. 1,100 624 614 62
St. 1 & S. 1 1st pr f j
St. L. At H. F. 2d pr.... 400 734 75 754
St. L. Southwestern
St. L. Southwest, pref. fi'Xl fi4 74 Ls
St. Paul 14,900 1644 163 P54
St. Paul pref 17
Southern Pacific 10.300 614 60 P04
Southern Hallway l.dX) 33-4 3; 334
Southern Hail way pref. 4,4i) Jt."4 14
Texas Ac Pacific Im) 3i'a 2S4 3S4
Tol.. St. L,. West 2,'K'O 2"", 2) 2'
T., St. L. & W. pref... 13.400 3v4 304 34
Union Pacific 28.700 p)24 14 1)24
Cniun Pacific iref 1K) S7, ksA
Wabash 700 224 224 22' t
Wabash pref 4X) 42 4 42 4
Wheeling & Lake Krie 17
AV. A- L.. K. 2d pre 2' 0 2Sia 2S2 2S
Wisconsin Central K0 20 pe,, 391,
Wis. Central pref 800 4)4 40 4)
A niftioa n .. . . . . . . . - 215
United States 2'jO 1)7 1064 1"S
74,3(0 77 734 75s!
Am. C. & F. pref 100 854 15 4 K.j
Am. Linseed Oil 4 .0 214 20 21
Am. Linseed Oil pref... 4' 494 4S 4!4
Am. Locomotive 17.7t0 33 314 S24
Am. Loco, pref
Am. S. Ac It. pref I K) &74 S74 &7
Anaconda Minintc Co... T.) 34 S3 334
Prook. Itapid Transit.. 2,5"NJ 654 5 s:,
Cel. Fuel Ac Iron gj
Consolidated Gas 217
Con. Tobacco pref 3) US 1174 1174
General Electric 2"0 274 274 278
Glucose Su:ar l.S"0 51 5"4 r.04
Hockin Coal 1.1) 15; 15 15
Inter. Paper 1&4 194 pi;
Inter. Paper pref 300 754 754 ::,
Inter. Power i 0 74 f.7
Laclede Gas 1 fci4 i, fc.v.
National Uiscuit 444
National Id 500 1S4 1S3 is4
National Salt 20
National Salt pref et
North American l'O W v 90 '0
Pacific Coast .... 73
Pacific. Mail 1 44 4"
People's Gas 9"0 Pj14 ll 101
Preyed Stet I Car 404
Pressed Steel Car pref. 210 M S4 84
1'ulln.an Palace Car.... 1) 22i 220 220
Uerubllc Steel 1J )4 14 1S4
Republic Steel rref 1": 4
Sugar io,'v i.r, ic:.:-,
Tnn. Coal & Iron 3X) C34 C34 C3
Unlcn Pair aV Paper Co 13
C 1:. P. Co. pref 7;
U. S. Leather W 114 114 114
i' s leather rref 2 k) S-;4
:kj yi v..
5-0 15 144 u
1. S. Itubber
1. S. Rubber pref
V S. Steel 14. 2 -0 43
I'. S. Steel pref 45.20) r34 f'3 9?M
Western Union 4" sis el
States rerun ding- twos.
States refunlir.ff twos,
Stat tnrees, rej
new fours, reg
new four, coup
old fourr. rej
oil four, eoup
Local Hanks and Trust Companies.
American National Bank UO
Capital National Bank , i;i 13 j
Central Trust Company..
Columbia National Rank
Indiana National Pank..
Indiana Trust Company....
Merchants' National Pank
Union Trust Company ,
Marlon Trust Company....
Street-Rnilvrny nnd Reit Securities.
Indianapolis street-railway 65 6)
InJpls. Street-ry. fours (bonds) M4 854
Citizens Street-railway fives 1"4
Pelt Railway common 1C24 104
Pelt Railway pref 130 135
Granger Farwell & Co.' Wire.
American Can 144
American Can pref 57
National Piscuit 444
National Biscuit pref K54
Diamond Match 124
Rntes on Lonns nnd Kxchnnire Clear
ings and Hulttnces.
INDIANAPOLIS. Commercial paper. 4'2
06 per cent.; time loans, 5Q6 per cent.
Clearings, $1.247,973.32; balances, Jtt3.S71.fcS.
NEW YORK. Call money easy at 2lili2
per cent.; closing bid and asked, 4'i-ls
per cent.; prime mercantile paper, 415 per
cent. Sterling exchange firmer; actual
business in bankers' bills, $l.i71i 4.874 for
demand and J4.M'a4.S44 for sixty days;
posted rates, 54. S3 and $4.SS; commercial
bills, J4.S3Vy 4.84. Clearings, $237,9u7,2yS;
balances, $13,44 ),GG0.
CHICAGO. Posted exchange, J4.S5 for
sixty days, J4.S8 on demand. New York ex
change. 40c to 50c premium. Clearings,
$34,045,757; balances, $1.S15,7.
ROSTON. Clearings, $J1,S35,407; balances,
PHILADELPHIA. Money, 5 per cent.
Clearings, $15,735.503; balances, $2,0t33,125.
ST. LOUIS. Money, 4t5Vi per cent. New
York exchange, 30c premium. Clearings,
$7,m0ui; balances, $l,4oC,972.
BALTIMORE. Money, 4 per cent.
Clearings, J2.917.4C4; balances, $316,455.
CINCINNATI. Money, ZY2rali per cent.
New York exchange, lXc to 25c premium.
3Ioney Ritte Abrond.
LONDON Money, SGU per cent.; dis
counts, 3ii"3Vk. Consols, 9494 9-16. Span
ish lours, 772.
BERLIN. Exchange on London, 20m 45pf
for checks. Discount rates: Short bills, 3
per cent; three months' bills, 2.
PARIS. Three per cent, rentes, lOOf 4c
for the account. Exchange on London, ISf
llUc for checks. Spanish fours, 7Ü.2U.
3Iarkets for Silver.
NEW YORK. Bar silver, Kc; Mexican
LONDON. Silver bars closed at 25d an
WASHINGTON. Thursday's statement
of the treasury balances in the general
fund, exclusive of the $150,0uO,0UO gold le
serve in the division of redemption, shows:
Available cash balance $17C,77S.v;7
LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS
CATTLE IX SCANT SUPPLY AM) SELL
ING AT llKTTlMl PRICES.
IIogM Opened Active nnd Unevenly
Higher, lmt Later IJeennie Weaker
Sheen Steady to Higher.
UNION STOCKYARDS, INDIANAPOLIS,
Jan. CO. Cattle Receipts, 400; shipments
small. Combined receipts of cattle for
four days exhibit a decrease of over 1.20Ö
compared with the same time last week,
and the receipts to-day were about liX)
smaller than a week ago. The arrivals did
not represent any improvement in quality
compared with yesterday, there being a
total absence of good export steers and
not many top females. On account of the
continued light receipts the market opened
with active competition between buyeis,
and It did not take long to exhaust the
supply at strong to higher prices. For the
most part sales were considered at least
25c higher than a week ago, and there were
several cases where an advance of 25c
was reported. The market closed firm and
appears to be in an unusually healthy con
Good to choice steers, 1,339 lbs and
upwards $C.00fi C.50
Plain fat steers, 1,300 lbs and up
wards 5.5CKf CO)
Good to choice 1.200 to 1.30-lb
steers Z.27? 3.73
Plain fat 1,200 to 1.300-lb steers.... 5.0OÜ 3.50
Good to choice l.OuO to 1,150-lb .
steers 5.00 3.23
Flain fat 1.0O0 to 1,150-lb steers.... 4.25'g 5.00
Choice feeding steers, 1,000 to 1,100
lbs 4.50'?? 4.73
Good feeding steers, lo0 to 1.10J lbs 4.25
Medium feeding steers, &00 to l00
lbs 3.25? 3 G5
Common to good stoekcrs Z.W 4.25
Good to choice heifers 4 Wd 5.25
Fair to medium heifers 2Syii 4.23
Common light heifers 3.00Ü 3.50
Good to choice cows A.Wd 5.C)
Fair to medium cows 3.rvj- 3.73
Common old cows 1.25 2.75
Veal calves 5.0ir 7.00
Heavy calves 3.0if G.00
Prime to fancy export bulls 3.75 4.23
Good to choice butcher bulls S.ori 3.X)
Common to fair bulls 2.MTt 2.75
Good to choice cows and calves.. 35.0CKii 3U.e0
Common to medium cows and
Hogs Receipts, 3,500; shipments, 1.S00.
The receipts of "hogs thus far this week
indicate a decrease of nearly 7,000 com
pared with the same time last week, and
the receipts to-day were about the same as
a week ago. The market opened with
some inquiry from shippers for light hogs,
and a speculative demand for heavy hogs
was responsible for higher prices at the
start. Packers, however, were very back
ward and bidding little or no better price,
which finally caused a weaker turn in the
trade, and after the first round it was im
possible to get any better prices than yes
terday, except, possibly, for a few loads
sold to speculators. At a late hour some
of the leading packers had bought a very
few hogs and a number of loads had not
changed hands. Sales ranged from $3.80 to
Good to choice medium and heavy.$C.20?rS.50
Mixed and heavy packing b.WuG.'JO
Good to choice light weights 5.16.13
Common to fair light weights 5yt5.!G
Common to good pigs 5.tOo5h5
Roughs , 5.255 5. W
Sheep Receipts. 300; shipments small.
The receipts of sheep and lambs for four
days show a decrease of over 4 compared
with the same time last week, and the re
ceipts to-day were quite small. The qual
ity was about the same as yesterday, and
with a good demand from local butchers,
together with active competition from ship
pers, the offerings from the start sold
promptly, and prices were more satisfac
tory than yesterday. The market closed
steady at opening prices. Lambs were re
ported at $5!j3.S3, and sheep at $2.5004.25.
Good to choice lambs $3.233.0
Common to medium lambs 4.o05.o
Good to choice yearlings 4.00 (i 4.23
Good to choice sheep 3.23 fj 3.75
Common to medium sheep 2.ru3M
Stockers and feeding sheep 2.OÖT3.O0
Bucks, per 100 lbs 2.50t3.00
Transactions at the Interstate Yards.
INTERSTATE STOCKYARDS, INDIAN
APOLIS, Jan. 30. Cattle Receipts small;
shipments none. The condition of the mar
ket continues to improve steadily. The
demand from local sources has Increased
materially in the past few days, and, as
a result, business on the light supply com
ing rules active. All offered were sold
the market closing quiet and steady at
Good to choice steers, 1,350 lbs anJ
upward $5.503 6.23
Pliin fat steers, 1,330 lbs and up
ward 5.50 60
Good to choice steers, 1.200 to 1.3'Xi
lbs 3.234? 3.75
Plain fat steers, 1.200 to 1.3'JO lbs... 4.73 3.25
Good to choice steers, 1.0 H) to 1,130
lbs :. l.wii 5 10
Plain fat steers, l.OuO to 1.130 lbs... 4.00-4 4 CO
Choice feeding steers, l.OuG to 1,100
lbs 3.73T 4.23
Good feeding steers, SoO to 1.10J Iks 3.25 5.75
SAFETY first; UBERAUTY next. Both
are essential to successful banking. If you
are satisfied with our platform, come and
Columbia National Bank
SAFE DEPOSIT VAUITS.
!' ..'. i
Medium feeding steers, S to TOO
lbs 75 ? 3.25 !
Common to good stockers 3.o"'i C..V
Choice to Rood heifers 4 W'1 .4 I?
Fair to medium heifers 3.2.V'i 3.7.
Common light heifers ri''1' 2
Ciood to choice cows 3.Jjo a 4.2-
Fair to medium cows 2''H
Common old cows l..V"it 2.5 1
Veals calves 4.e;.j f..j
Prime to fancy export bulls ?..7.Vr 4.15
Gootl to choice butcher bulls ?.' :..75
Common to fair bulls 2.oo i 2.73
Good to choice cows and calves. . .Co.vrj jo.t-O
Common to medium cows and
Hogs Receipts, 0; shipments small.
The local packers took the bulk of all the
hogs offered, paying 5c higher for all
grades than prices existing on similar kinds
yesterday. The quality was fairly good.
Business ruled active. The best heavy hogs
offered sold for f'U' while the best liht
grades brought 5C.lolf6.15. Few hogs sold
below $6. Medium mixed sohl generally
from $C.2oiiC35. The market closed steady,
after all had been sold. Quotations:
Good to choice heavies $v3O'.1S.40
Good to choice medium grades... 6.000 .25
Common to good lights 5.5o'jo.15
Light and heavy mixed 3.5b'.25
Pigs. 110 lbs and up 5.0"'i5.;d
Liht pigs and skips I"0 ,f
Roughs 5. UUH 3.73
Sheep Receipts none; shipments none.
The sheep and lamb market was steauy.
The demand is quite satisfactory and at
all times reliable. Quotations:
Good to choice lamb: 53.oot,5.s3
Common to medium lambs 4.d" r5.!d
Good to choice yearlings 4.-i4.30
Good to choice sheep 3.5! ; 4.25
Common to medium sheep 2.''3.25
Stockers and feeding sheep 2.03 .00
Rucks, per 100 lbs 2.503.10
CHICAGO. Jan. 30. Cattle-Receipt. 1..W0. In
cluding üüO Texans. Marnet steady. clin weak
to lower. Good to irlnie tteers, IS.il i j ;.::.; poor
to medium, U'i6; stocken and feeder?. J2.2.". o 4..".";
cows, J 1 ü 5 ; heifers, t-ViC.l.tt; canners. l'ii2.30;
Lull. 2.2:5 4. 6i; calves, J2.50j.7.1j; Ttxui fed
Roffs Receipts, to-day, 22,K:; to-morrow, 21,
(Kx. Market Lc to l.'c higher. Mixed and butch
ers. $j.Uo'y.2: ,ood to ehciee heavy, tO.-f i
lough heavy, is.yvü 6.2J; light, Jj.ieii6.lu; bulk of
Sheep Receipts. 14.000. Shep steady to Ftron?.
Market steady to P-e higher. Ouod to choice
wethers, $J.JC;&5.2J; fair to choice mixed. fj.T.C
4.50; Western fed sheep. HulAl; native lainls,
'(: Western lambs. $j.2v.
orhcial etertiay: 1 if celpt. Cattle, 17.GS1;
hoes. 27.637; sheep, 18.43$. Shipments Cattle,
S.Mi; hugs. 5.214; sheep,
KANSAS CITY. Jan. -80. Cattle Receipts. 3.000
natives, .a 1) Texans, 2uJ calves. Maiket steady to
10e higher. Choieo export and dressed teef
steers, $5.85'ti S.iO; fair to .-ood. Jl.7i'a5.25; stack
ers and feedeit. f.l.2Z' l.Syi; W estern fed steers,
ll.TiO'-iti; Texas and Indian steers. f4'ur-25; Texas
cows, $2.ea4.2o; native cows, xitM.ii; hellers,
$3.75'ijö.ii); tanners, .2.j; Lulls, t'i'yö'. calves,
ij.r.'i i t;.5'.
Hogs Receipts, Market 5c to lc hlcner.
Top. fS.r.0; bulk of sales. t':C y 6.45; heavy. f'i.S'.'j)
6. .r 1 ; mixed packers, $06.45; light, $j.3j'u6.2u;
pips, $4.7.' 5.20.
Sheej Receipts. I.OjO. Market steady. West
ern lamlx. $j.i5W 5.i0; Western Wfthers. $4.2 i
4.70; yearlings. $-'1.V50; ewe, $3. 75fr 4.25; culls,
J2'u3.75; feeders. lamLF, $l'jj.
SOUTH OMAHA, Jan. SO. -Cattle Receipts,
4,2'. Matket slow at 10c to !'(- lower. Native
steers. $J.S0ü6.r.n; cows and heifers. $35i5; West
em steers. $3.7ii5.öi'; Texas stfers, $;:.;' 4. ;';
anners. .-jZ; stockers and feeder.. J2.so&4.tij;
calves, lmlls, stags, etc., $2.2..' 4.50.
Hogs Receipts. Market 5e hither, cl'ed
weak. Heavy, $5.1'.j S.4"; mixed, $'. 15; linht.
$.;.75ixC.lu; pigs, $4.5'i.5.6J; Lulk cf hales, Ji.y.V'
Sheepi Tlecflpts. C00. "LtBrket active at lc
hixher. Fed muttons. $1.4 'u 5.1U; W.terns. J3.6J
u 4.40; ewes, 53.5c''; 4.10; commons and blockers,
75ft 4.23; lamts. $4.5025.
ST. LOL'IS, Jan. 30. Cattle Receijits. 3,70. in
cluding 2,4'i) Texans. Market steady to strong.
Native shipping and expert steer?. $4.f.5i; 6.2";
dressed heef and butcher steers. H'&i!; ste-r un
der 1.0') lbs. $2.75fx4 .f.M: stockers and feeders,
$2.754.4"; cows and heifers, $2'j5; canners. JJ'
2.Ö0; bulls, $3.hiJ.l0; Texas and Indian fcteeih,
$3.2i."Qä.45: cows and he if et s. $2.703.0.
Ilojrs Receipts. .". lo. Murket steady. Tics
nnd lights, $5.7)5.85; packers, $5.75'tj6; butchers,
Slicej) Receipts. 700. Market steady. Native
muttons, $3'J5; lambs, ft.l-ifH.25; culls and Lueks,
LOriSVILLE, Jan. 20. Cattle steady. Choice
to prii-"e shipping steers, f.".fi"'jj.fi.'; medium t
pood shippimr stetrs. $4..V'.i5; choice butcher
steers, ?4.4vi.i 4.70; mfltum to good butchers, $3.75
&4.15; choio..- veals, $5i."..5ü.
UdKS active an.l 5c to 10c higher, everything
nifctine with ready ?alj. Rt ,hevie selline at
f.3r; mediuniR. it; Jixhtn. fS.7u; Ichi to U'-M pi-,
$.".C't; SO to W, K. 5'ij 5.30; 50 to Ü0 Ib., Jl.'-'V"';
rouchs. $ I . ra 1 5. 50.
Shef-p and lumtif steady. Oood to extra chli
pin? sheep, $'5.2',' 3.75; fair to good, $2.5"li 5.25;
cemmon to medium. $12.
TUST HUFKALO. Jan. 30 Cattle Receipts.
10O. Market strontf at Monday's prices. Veal
tops, 5S.25fiS.73; others. J'JfiS.
IIop Rcelfits. 5.2v0. Market active nnd a
shad- higher. Heivy. $G.5'' S.V; mlxd pac kers,
$;.::'1iG.45; pigs, $5.lWij6; roughs, $5.50 5.7u; stags,
$4 Hi 4.50.
Sheep and lambs Receipts. 5.000. Market ac
tive at 5c to 10c highfr for lambs; sh-ep stronger.
Top mixed. $4.25' 4.50; culls to good. $2.504.15;
wethers. $4. '"4. 80; yearlings. $1 Ci"5.23; top
lamb, $6.101x6.15; culls to rod, $4 f.cvjtj.
NEW YORK. Jan. SC. Reeves Receipts. 151.
alt consigned direct. No sales rn-ortf-d. Ex
ports, 20 beeves. 42 sheep. 126 quarters of beef.
Calve s Receipts, fc6. Market steady. Veals
sold at $lfi&.75; no strlctlr prime.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 2.32. Sheep slow
and steady; lambs quiet but .firmer. Sheep sold
at $3Cr4..o. a few wether for export at $5; iar.Ls
Hogs Receipts, 5.1?). No sales reported.
CINCINNATI. Jan. SO. Hogs active at $473
Cattle strong- at $2.2li..P3.
Sheep stronger at $2jy4. Lambs firm at JI.23
SALES OF REAL ESTATE.
Sixteen Trnnafer Made Matter of
Instruments fded fur record In the reecrdcr's
offlce of Marlon county, Indiana, for the twenty
feur hourä ending at 5 p. m., Jan. Z' i:'2, ns
furnished by the Indiana Title Guaranty and
Loan Company, No. 12J Lut Market ttree-t. Rota
Wm. R. Howard to Wesley E. Trultt,
jart of n e 4 cf Sec II, Tp IG, R 2.
tl'lke township) $1.200.09
James M. New by to Robert F. Smith,
Lt Si4, Stout's Vermont-et add. (.Cor
ner Hanson ave and Vermont st) 2.000.0
Henry T. Noltir.tf to Ianiel I., drove.
Lot 178, in Cooper & Pickn's 21 N. R.
a. id. (Comer Tipton and 2Mb sts) too 0)
Felix T. McWhlrter to Napthall H. lkn
sun, Lot 72. Raughtf-ry's sub of Outlot
9.t. (Corner McKernan and I'rospect sts) 1.00
Htnry M. Stackliouke to Mary K. Riley,
Lot 13. lUnd. receiver's sub of Outiot
1 '4. (Ketcham st. near Norwood st) 2.C7I.C0
Chas. K. Sherliurne to Geo. M. Nichols,
Lot 3.5. McCarty s Hth West Sldo add.
(Oliver st, near Birch st) 6.00
Warren 1). Rai ley to John W. Reec et
ux.. Lot 22, Johnson's 2d W. Indian
apolis sub. (Lee st, near Miller st) 750.00
Emily R. Hughes to Ja-eb l)-nsser et
ex., part of Iot 6, In Nelson's sub of
i:. T. Fletcher's 2d UrooksMo add.
(Massachusetts ave, rear Rural st) 100.00
Chas. F. Robbir.s to Sarah A. Reaupre.
Lots i:5 and ISC. in Chas. Robidns's 2d
N. Indianapolis add. .Rurton ave, r.ear
26th st) 673.0)
Richard IL Tuttl to S.irah Gumbinsky,
part of Outlot 157. city of Indianapolis.
(Blake st. near North st) J, 4 00. 00
Thoenix Mutual Life Ins. Co. to John
Rruekmann, part of a e of Sec 24,
Tp 16, K 4. (Warren town-hip) 2.500.0)
Archibald A. Stubbing to Lt-njamin D.
Miner. Lot 1. StuLtlns's Maso hu-S"tts-av
sub. Outlot 41. city of In lian
ajdis. (Massachusetts av. near Park
av.) Also lart of Ljt 26. Wtjods's sub
of Outlot 41. (Massachusetts av, r.ear
Park av) 1.25.00
Barah A. Hervey to Murray F. Hill et
ux.. part of th n e 4, Sec 5, Ty 10,
R 5. (Lawrencs township) 1,500.00
Lewis A. Gab to Rosan.i Wood, part
of Lots 13 anl 14. L Talbott's revised
sub. (PtrrFrlvanla st. near ISth st) 6.000 00
Murray F. Htll to Sarah 11. Hervcy. Lds
9 ind 10, lilck lleaty's adl. (Harth
av. near Le Grand av 1.500 00
Charit I". CcS'.n to James W. I'en!ey,
part of Lot C4. Hanna heirs' add .. 1iM.f o
Trarsfers, 16; total consideration 24.i5l.(-)
Ilomer-placa Methodist Protestant Church,
nortlieat corner Villa, avenue anl I'rospevt
Governor Harker Lcnvm Ilermudn.
HAMILTON, Ilermuda, Jan. 21. The in
habitants of this town were in holiday
costume to-d.y on account of the regretted
departure for England, by way of New
York, of the Governor. General De IUßby
Harker. A number of prominent Citizen
and the heads of the naval, military ar.d
civil departments J?aw him off, and naval
and military guards of honor were at the
landJxs place. Ihe ctcaincr Pretoria, on
11 A I Lit O AD TIMH CAItD.
P.M. time 1 In 11I.ACK fnir-v Traits marked
thii: Dsily: S lefper: V Parlor Cnr; O
Chair Car; 1 I)iid? g t ar; Ki'Xpt suaday.
City Ticket OAlre, No. 1 Int W n-!dni.ton U
Anderen aceonnnoditioa f. 45 2 35
Union City accommodation 4 4.
i .de eland. New York and liotoa ex, .4 ri 10 40
k'ort V yne epr-w T.;w)
I" idon it t and Cleveland ac( Ota 9 3 t .Q
New York'aud ILmtuTi IPniite-i.d ....? .".."i 3 IO
N. Y. and llos. "Knl.-hei t.'ker." ti c i.Ä ll.si
llKNION HAJCPOH LINK.
Iter.ton Harbor express fl 4J 8.20
Kenton Harbor express. x II IS 2 35
Wabash accommodation 4.43
ST. LOl 1 LINL.
St. Louh accommodation .S3
Sr. Louis southwestern, lim, d s 1145 (! H
M. Itii limited. t 11 3 5 -4 50
lerre Haute kiid Mtttoon accom . ; P'.SJ
St. Luii expiess, 1 l.'iO 4 j5
4 iUCAiO LINL.
Lafayette coomrtiulttn 7.21 & Mi
LafaVrtte aee-oniruoöatlua ..... 1 ."J !..
Chicago fint mail, d p. II. 2 4(
hici.o White City spe-ial. d p 3 3 O IU
Chicago nlht ex;re..
Cincinnati expre, 4S 11 43
Cincinnati exyrvf. 4.1 M 1 O.I
t iii.-innftli aooinnmodariou 7 .t O 4.
inc nnatl accomi.iolatlon b 45 il.i )
4 iiH-inr.ati expre. p 'i .10 a.'iS
(Jri'fii'hiirir accommodation . DO
inclnnati, Vhimtn f 1 ex, s d...."t 'ZO ll.O
N. Vernon and Iui-vil!e ex. s J.45 11 4J
N. Vernon and Io 1. i.le e . . , 50 11. C
Peoria, Hloomiuzton. m and ex 7.!J 2 40
l'eoria and Itlooiniu ton, f ex. 1 p ....Il.tJ 'C tiS
CliMiup-aln aeeon nodal ion, pd 4 H lt.S
Peer ia and Hloiiiii n on. ex s I1.60 1.51
M'H1N(.FIKI.H AM 4'Ol.l'M lil'S LINK.
Columbus and hprouileld ex 5 4i 11 OO
Udo vp'inl d t n.OO t ÖJ
Lynn ac-commodation J.13 10.1
V.t ilAM. V 11 AY TOS UV.
City lick:l Office, 25 W. vNash. St.
Cincinnati eipres. e... 4.(x' :;.4
4'ineinnatl fat mall. S. . . SI ;
1 l.n. and l.nvton ex, p ...l".40 MO
Toledo and Detroit expres, p P.'.4 10 AS
('Inclnnati and Hay ton ex. p I1.4S
4 incinnnti and Da tun .i:iu;ed. pl.M 4J 4 3..
( incintiali and HaVton epres 1.04 tt.'-T
Toledo and Detroit xpre l.OS ".'25
.i iffimtn Tf, i CHI.. IM. Ä l,()l III.
J I ' I J I' i lJ Ticket 0iee, 25 Wet Vh M.
Ti.r ..r,:y ctuvo niaiit x, s..jj.;5 45
Chlct?of- mail. a. pa
4 hicjto t xpres-.. p d. .. .
Chicago vetlbule, p d..
11 i.0 t2 44
t.'i .1Ä 4 37
LAKK Enir. t: WIISTCUX lt. IL
Toledo. Chicago and M Ichijmn ex tr.OO in.?5
Tcdedo. Detroit and CnicaKo lim I'i. CO 43.
Muucie. lifayetta and La port e spec.t?.'-iO tlO MS
I.YDIAXA, IinCATl ll & WIISTKHX H'Y.
Decatur and St. LouUruall and ev t.oo 4 M
'hioa.ro express, p d tn.ao 12 4i
Tuscola accomniodadon 3.30 tb.l
Decatur and St. lxuls fast ex. c...11.10 4 t4
Ticket offlees at
station and at
i ennsuivinia I jnes.l
lndiaaat(ollS Cbxjrs taBa
TrmlAs Itua t OKUrat TVca
i . .i..ti,iii. MTi.i Nw urL
rt 4 4
1 ' . 1 O
Baltimore and Washington...
I.iik lm1 in.l Louisville
Cohtrnbu. Ind. and IuirTllle..
rticliinond, Piquaand Columbus, O..
V n..hnitk ! i nrpu .......
7 V I
Columbus. Ind. JL Madien r .JW
Martinsville Aecomlation t.oo
Columbus, Ind. und Iui-.ille .25
North Vernon and Madlon teXJ
Pittsburg and Kant, PhlL, New York...v$5
Martinsville accom HO.00
1 r)faii!pert and Chioaite. I1.S5
Martinsville Accommodation. tH JO
hichm'd, way pK)int to Bradford, O.tl .25
Phi'ixdelphia and New York..
Haiumore and Washington 3.05
llarlnn nnri Snrinrtleld 'It US
V I i. nai rt rta.t A tft M m Clt II t 1 Oil
TiiiUvillo and Midlwn .00
i...., tv ... i, .-f A CM)
i ii ii'iii bii'i j. -
Columbut, Pittsburg and Kat .1
Spe ncer AccomtnMation ..
Luis llle Accommodation !. I Ä
d'hil.aud New York, "The Limited.7 . 1 Ä
IaTton and Xenla 'Z''l
Richmond Ai'comm'datlor H.OO
Martinsville Accommodation tl I .
Logansprt and CLioayo It.U
VAN DALI A LIM:.
St. Levi's limited
Terr( Haute, St. bouls and We-t
Terre Hau'e. St. IauI and S 4t....13. Ift
Terro Haute and FfflnRham Arc t4.0 O
Terre Haute and St lxil fast nall..,7.IO
St. Ioviiaid all -jlnt A-Bt -a a. -cu -
Dailr. tDally except Sunday. Sunday only
INTLlIll IIIIAN TIM 12 CAUD.
UNION TRACTION CO. OP INDIANA.
Station Union Block,
1X9 West Maryland Street,
For Aiiucisuii, MuiiLic, iariuii. i-1 od, A-l-eX.uiidria
uad Ji.tei incuiate alatiwiis Xeav 4. Li
u. in. uul ach hour thereafter buul i.ltt p. iu-
b:15 p. in. and 11:1 p. tn.
L.iiulttd trains for Anderson and Muncie
Leae e.0) and 11:jj a. in., 2:0v and :iw p. in .
arriving Anderson in one hour aui twenty-tv
minutes and Muncle In two hours. 11:0 a. tn.
and 5:00 p. m. trains make dliect connections
at Anderson with Umlted tral.-.s for Clwor-d.
ixüiAXAroLi ;iu:knfii:li hapjij
PAPfKNGEP. CAltS.-Lfivt Gorfls and Me
ridian streets. FliFt car nt 6 a. m , and houily
thereafter until lu p. m. La.it car leaves At
11 :a p. rn.
FKKPillT CARS. Arrives at Georgia anl
lltiidlan ureets at 3 a. m. ar.d leaves st S a. ia.
Ai-o an Ives at 2. Zi) an J leaves at S:i0 p. m.
CU.MUI NATION. I'ASMENGIlK A.NI HX
I'HKSS CA lis. Leave Oe&nfia and ileriJlaa
ttreets nt G a. m., 9 a. m., 12 noon. 3 p. in., 6 p.
in , a p. m. t
i.M)IAaim)lis, (dti;i;(i(d) &
rilA.YKLI.V It. It. CO.
I'a.-fenper car? lave pt nr.syl aria and "ah
Ineton ureets. FirM car at 6 a. in. and hourly
thereafter until 10 p. m. Laist car leaves at 11:;S
Conddnatl n aFTipr and express Paves
GeorKia anl ileriiian ureets for Greenwood ordy
at J:üo u. m. and 3:10 p. m.
which the (lovernor Failed for the United
State, was escorted to ?-a ly the torpedo
boat destroyers Quail and Hocket. Gtm ral
Hiirke r recently reined the xositlon o
(Jovertior of lPermud..
INDIAN PRINCESS ANGRY.
Sopli! Ilrtioba Dhtileop SIdrIi Object
CIi'ICACO. Jan. CO. Students of tha
Northwestern Medical School for Women
are consumed vith curiosity over the sud
den determination reache-d Monday by
Princess Sophb. Ilarnb.i Dhuletp Slnßh to
leave the institution and po to the Woman's
Medical College, of Toronto. Canada, Hero
is an txplnnatlon thit tame to liht yster
day: On her Lilly trips between her homa
at 401 Wot Adams ptrer t and the North
westtrn School the princess has !,ud to
pass the buildinp: of tvtral public medical
fchools. which are filbd duilr.jr th day
with yountr men lookltitr fr xcitern. nt.
Tlu-se crnhryo doctors ..iv their opportu
nity in the recent pneW!torm. Smne it
them who happened to bo in the Mrce! at
the time when the prince?- was on the way
to her studies MT.ially P Ued the daughter
of the Maharajah of Lahore with lumps jJ
Know, thereby aroufir Ler'ar.Ker and dis
trust. "Such a thing: would not be permitted 1
Kr:Kland," she i:4 r4;ortiI to have hall
when die readied her destination, ar.d tho
remark ha? been tak n by ":ne to bear
uron hfr decision to g) to Canada.
The princes curne to Chic.iifo la"t fall
from her home in line. land nnd entered t!io
Northwestern Woman's Medical Schd,
where, urtil recently. Mie peems to have la
an unruled exl.'tt nee. She poslilvtly re-fu.-e'd
yesterday to Lx seen by anone from
i ru'vsp:tpe r, "nt even by the 'ditor," lut
she sent word that the report of kti affront
having Ixen offered her af th North
western Medical Cidlece was untrue, and
she could not understand the evident debiie
of the public to prove that it wasn'L
Cliarued 'Iii PorRfry,
Ni:W YOUK. Jan. d.-Temp'.e F-mtt,
furnerly rnat-.aer liere for John Lane, a
publisher of New York nnd London, was
arrested to-day on warrunta charKlng1 him
with srand larceny anvt forgery. Ik'a
alleged that Scott apprtpriated money and.
merchandise- to the alue of I7.( that iK--lonved
to him. Scott, who later raid b:$
correct name was Iral Isaacs. va nr
ral -to 1 and held in Z v ) ball for exaai
lnation. lie said he had chanced hU i;aiu
because it might havo Injured Liu ia k-t
tlcß u poltloa.