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THE PETTSBUEG DISPATCH, TTXESDii, ' MAY T, ' 1889.
' LOCAL 1IYE STOCK
Features of Trade for the Week at
Herr's Island Yards.
HEATI SUPPLIES, WEAK MARKETS
Grade of Cattle Below Average
Haintained. -Prices Are
HOGS AND SHEEP DELETING DOWN.
" orncE or Pittsbubo Dispatch,!
SIOXDAY. May 8, 18S9. f
With s very heavy run of stock, markets
have iailed to come up to general anticipa
tions. The run was so light last week, and
stock so quickly cleaned up that dealers
looked for active markets this week. Their
hopes have been blasted by heavy supplies.
Not only was the run heavy, bnt quality
was below the average of recent weeks. A
leading butcher who procures his supplies
from Herr's Mind, said, "the grade of cattle
recelTed this week was poorer on an average
than it has been for several months. A larce
proportion of the supplies was of the low
grade. The range of last week's prices were
fairly maintained. Drovers reported that
they had to pay more In Chicago this week than
last. But they were not able to persuade their
customers here that there should be an ad
Taaoe on rates.
Choice heavy western beeves, from 1,500 to
1,600 in weight, were sold at $4 85 to $5 00. Me
diums, 1.200 to 1.400. H 65 to S4 8a Prime light
cattle. 900 to 1,100,(4 10 to 4 4a Common to
fair thin steers, $3 25 to S3 60. Fresh cows were
In large supply and slow at 20 to $45. Calves,
too, were slow at a range of 3 to 5c. Stags,
dry cows and heifers were 3 to 4c There
were In the supplies a goodly number of year
lings, weighing about 600 pounds, which sold
From Chicago receipts were as follows: L
Zeigler. 99 head: L. Gcrson. 99: A. Fromm. 48;
Winter fc Dellenbach, 1S5: E. Wolf. 17: H.
Hirsch A Co., 35; Rothschild Co., OS. From
Pennsylvania receipts were: J. Iteiber, 19 head:
Bingham 4 Co, 11; Pisor A Thompson, 7; J.
Klein, 11: various owners, 5. Total receipts, 604
head. Receipts last week, 4S9. Previous week,
Sheep nnd Lambs.
It will be seen by figures below that receipts
were above last week. With the exception of
spring lambs, supply was in excess of demand
and prices -were off a full quarter from rates of
a week ago. More spring lambs could have
been sold than appeared.
There were no wool sheep in the market and
none were called for. Prune heavy wethers
Fold at $4 SO to $4 75; medium to good, $4 00 to
JI25; common to fair, $3 25 to 83 75; readings.
So SO to 16 25: spring lambs, be to Sc The onlv
Chicago consignments were to L Zeigler 297
head. The balance from Pennsylvania, and
were consigned as follows: To J.Scherman,
262:J. Reiber. 20: Pisor & Thompson, 33: J. P.
Bellstero, 12: William Craig. 92; J. B. Behler,
137; E. D. Sergeant, 29. Total receipts, SS3 head,
against 7S6 last week and 83) the previous
Snpply was light but demand was equally
Butchers have generally quit killing hogs,
and as Herr's Island is no market for packers,
receipts are expected to be light at this season
of;the year. Notwithstanding light receipts
markets were slow at a fall of 25c per cwt. be
low rates of last week. Heavy Western hogs
brought $4 Do to Jo 00; mediums. $5 10 to $5 15;
light, S4 50toS4 75:stock pigs, $4 00 a pair.
From Ohio Needy & Smith received 147 head,
J. Langdcn 76. There was bnt oncconsignment
from Chicago, vit, to L. Gersen.71 head. From
Pennsvlvama Pisor & Thompson received 22
head. J. Klein 11, E. D. Sergeant 12, J. Cruik
shank 21. Total receipts for the week, 360
head. Last week's rcceiots, 252. Previous
week's receipts, 491.
Advices from Chicago to-day are that hogs
are og there from 5c to 15c Our pork packers
are strong in the faith and hope that farther
declines are bound to come, as hogs are too
high f o. the price of products.
HT STOCK MARKETS.
Condition or the Market at the East Liberty
Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, l
IIoxdat. May 6, 1SS9.J
.Cattle Receipts, 1,800 head; shipments,
1,120 head: market firm, 1525c higher than last
week's prices; 21 cars of cattle shipped to New
HOGS Receipts. 6,200 head: shipments, 4,600
head; market firm; Philadelphlas, S4 904 85;
pigs and Yorkers, S4 905 00; IS cars of hogs
shipped to New York to-day.
Sheep Receipts, 4,600 head: shipments, 4,600
head; market slow atl015c higher than last
New York Beeves Receipts, 4,770 head,
making 11.200 bead for the week; firm at full
former prices for heavy steers, and at a small
advance on light and medium cattle: common
to prime steers at S3 B04 60 per 100 Its.; bulls
and dry cows at 2 003 50; exports yesteraay
and to-day, 1.230" beeves, 235 sheep and 2.4S0
quarters beef. For the week, 1.850 beeves, 340
sheep and 15.500 quarters of beet To-day's
cables quote American refrigerator beef atTJc
per pound. Sheep Receipts. 11,300 head, mak
ing 26,400 head for the week; firmer and a small
fraction higher at 3Jsoc per pound for clipped
sheep; 4J5e for unshorn do; 46Jc for
clipped yearlings; 67Vc for unshorn do. and
at S3 005 00 per head for spring lambs. Hogs
Receipts, 1Q.700 head, making 24,900 head for
the week. A small bunch changed hands alive
?t $5 25 per 100 &S, and dealers quote the mar
ket about steadv at the nominal range of 85 00
5 SO per 100 ft.
BurFAJJO Cattle Receipts.4S loads through,
130 loads sale; market opened fairly steady,
with limited demand for export steers; light
grades of butchers' sold 1015c higher, but
1,300 to 1,500-pound cattle, however, sold 1020c
lower; mixed butchers', $3 S54 oa Sheep and
lambs Receipts, 4 loads through, 44 loads on
sale; sheep opened steady; lambs lower, light
snpply and bulk sold; good sheep, S3 854 30;
f;ood lambs, 85 155 45. THogs Receipts, 61
oads through, 110 loads sale; good demand;
Yorkers sold generally at 84 85; mediums, 84 85
64 90; pigs, $4 904 9o; roughs, 83 254 5a
Chicago Cattle Receipts. 7,000 head;
shipments, 5,500 head; market steadier: beeves,
84 3064 60: steers. S3 254 15; stackers and
feeders. 82 503 60; cows, bulls and mixed,
82 403 40; Texas steers, 82 403 65. Hogs
Receipts. 21,000 head; shipments, 7,000 head;
market active and 6c lower: mixed, 84 454 65;
heavy. 84 404 60; light, 84 604 85; skips. S3 50
i 4a Sheen Receipts, 550 head; shipments,
LOOO bead; market steadier; natives.S4 0065 00;
Western, 83 504 80; Texans, S3 1Z3 85:
lambs, S4 755 SO.
Kansas Crrr Cattle Receipts, 2.642 head;
slow; barely steadv; shipping steers, S3 20
3 90; native cows, 82 603 15; mixed butchers'
stock, t22 50; stockers and feeders, 833 35.
Hogs Receipts, 4,165 head; beavvand510c
lower; light, weak: heavy. S4 254 45: mediums
and lights. 84 32X4 45; pigs, $4 454 60. Sheep
Receipts, 2,804 bead; steady at S33 75.
ST. Lours Cattle Receipts. L500 head: ship
ments, 1,300 head: market steady; choice to heavy
native steers. 84 004 40: fair to good do. S3 10g
4 00; stockers and feeders, fair to good, 82 00
3 10: rangers, corn-f ed,S2 80g3 60; grass-fed.81 90
62 85. Hogs Receipts. 3,200 head: shipments,
CrxcntSATl Hogs In good demand and
strong; common and light, 84 004 85; packing
and butchers', 81 704 90; receipts, 3,200 head;
shipments, 570 head.
TjOiruoN. Ilay t The Mark Zane Express,
In Its weekly review of the British grain trade,
says: English wheat is steady, 'ihe sales of
English wheat during the past week were
61.135 quarter at 29s 10d, against 65.419 quar
ters at 31s lOd during the corresponding week
last year. Foreign wheat is stronger. Russian
has advanced 6d. Floor is firmer under less
ened stocks at London and Liverpool. The
Srices of barley and oats are maintained. Corn
: weaker; prices have declined 3d. At to-day's
market there was a slack demand for wheat.
English was 6d lower. Foreign was rather
-weaker for California. Indiana fine and Rus
sian were steady.
Brazilian Coffee Market.
Rio Dk Janeiro, May 6. Coffee Regu
lar first, 6,640 reis per 10 kilos; good second,
6,800 reis; receipts during the week, C4.000 bags;
purchases for the United States, 5ST000 bags;
clearances for do, 4S.000 bags; stock, 392,000 bags.
Santos May 6. Coffee Good average, 6,000
reis per 10 kilos: receipts during the week, 44.
000 bags; purchases for the United States, 30.000
bags; clearances for do, 80,000 bags: stock, 280,
OOObags. Drysoods market.
New YORK, May 6. Business was again mod
erate with Jobbers, the Centennial visitors hav
ing left tho market. Agents were in receipt of
a good many mail orders of moderate size for
filling In wants and some good sales for fall
were made in staple cottons for shipments by
slow freight to distant points. In other re
spects the market maintains the usual compar
ative qniet of this period, though prices are for
the most part firm, with an upward tendency
in same (Unctions.
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Wheat Values Bated on the State of the
Weather A Higher Range of Prices
Established Corn and Oats
Stronger Fork Nervous.
Chicago Speculative trading in wheat to
day again hinged on the weather, and from the
contradictory reports received the market dur
ing mostot the session ruled quiet In the ab
sence of general rain, however, operators were
not disposed to sell. In fact, the buying exceed
ed the selling, and a higher range of prices was
established. The opening was JlHo higher,
and advanced lc more, declined IJgC and closed
about IJfc higher than Saturday. July opened
c higher, advanced &C fluctuated within
a small range and closed abont Jc higher than
Only a moderate business was transacted in
com, transactions being chiefly local ana fluc
tuations limited to JKc range. The feeling
was firm and trading at slightly advanced
Oats were active, stronger and higher. In
terest centered chiefly In June and July, which
advanced $ifi. Offerings were moderate,
but on the bulge they increased slightly and a
reaction of c followed, but the close was firm
at JffiJc above Saturday.
The feeling was somewhat nervons and un
settled in hog products, and prices fluctuated
considerably within a moderate range. The
market opened rather weak, showing later con
siderable temporary strength. About the mid
dle of the session the feeling was easier and
E rices settled back again to medium figures,
ut toward the close considerable strength de
veloped and prices were well supported.
ice leading rutures ranged as iouowk
WHEAT JNO. 2 J
e77W077Wc: vear. ttx
uoss io. 2 jane, ai4MysS&;?izfcc.
July. 353534K635kc; August, S5Ji3
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Oats No. 2 June.
Mess Pork. DerbbL June. Ill 42U11 62K
11 42Q11 60: July, 811 6011 72X011 5011 70;
August, 811 62X11 80(311 60U 80.
LABD. per 100 tts. June, S8 77K6 80:
July, S6 828 908 82g6 90; August, J6 90
66 956 90Qti 95.
Shout Rtbs, per 100 lis. May. S5 95: Jnne,
55 92K5 7e5 9255 9; July. 85 92K
6 02&5 92S 02; August, SS G26 10
6 026 10.
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour steady
and unchanged. No. 2 spring wheat. 82Kc;
No. 3 spring wheat, 76e; No. 2 red, 82J;
No. 2 corn. S4c No. 2 oats, 23c; No. 2
rye. 40Vc. No, 2 barley nominal. No. 1 flax
seed.8155. Prime timothy seed. 130. Mess pork,
per barrel. 116031151 LanLper 100 lbs,
JC77K6 80. Short ribs sides (loose),
85 STktfo 90. Dry salted shoulders (boxed),
85 25ig5 5tt Short clear sides ' (boxed), S3 25
6 S7. Sugar-Cut loaf unchanged. Receipts
Flour. 105.000 barrels: wheat. 10.000.bushels:
corn, 169.000 bushels; oats. 134,000 bushels:
rye, 3,000 hnshels; barley, 32,000 bushels.
Shipments Flour, 12.000 barrels; wheat, 62.
000 bushels; corn, 600,000 bushels: oats, 274,000
bushels; rye, 1,000 bushels; barley, 11,000
On the Produce Exchange to-day the butter
market was verv weak; fancy creamery, 2021c;
choice to fine, l'QISc; flno dairies. 16lSc; fair
tocood,12IHc Eggs firm at ll&12c.
New Yobe Flour steady andmoderately ac
tive. Wheat, spot dull and steady; options
quiet, KG?c higher and steady. Rye easy and
quiet: western, 60c Barley quiet: Canada. 67
74c Barley-malt dull; Canada, 96cJl 10 for
old and new. Corn Spot stronger and quiet;
options dull. c higher and steady. Oats
Spot steady and quiet; options moderately ac
tive and stronger. Hay steady and quiet: ship
ping 6570c; good to choice 85cSl 00. Hops
quiet and firm. .Coffee Options opened steady
and unchanged too points down, closed steady
and unchanged 5 points down to a points up;
sales 34.750 bags. Including May, 16.8516.90c;
June 17.00c; July, I7.1017.16c; August, 17.25
17.30c: September, 17.S517.46c; October and
November, 17.50c; December 17.6517.60c;
January. 17,60c; March, 17.60; spot Rio
steady; fair cargoes, lSc. Sugar Raw wholly
nominal; fair refining, 6c asked; centrifugals,
96 test, Tjic asked; bids, Jc under; refined.
ami ana lower: moia A, eKtjsc: stanaara A,
8c: confectioners' A. 8J4c; cut loaf, 9Vfc;
crushed, 9Kc; powdered. 9c; granulated, 8c
Molasses Foreign strong; 50 test, 29c; New Or
leans quiet. Rice steady and quiet. Cotton
seed oil quiet. Tallow easy; citv, 4j46-16c.
Turpentine dull at 40Kc Eggs firmer and in
fair demand: western, 1414c; receipts, 6,970
packages. Fork more active and steady; mess,
$1S13 25: extra prime l212 25. Cutmeats
more active; sales, 10,000 lbs.; pickled bellies,
606c for 120 lbs.; pickled shoulders, 5c;
pickled hams, 10c: middles quiet; short clear,
6 55. Lard opened weak, but closed strong at
an advance; quiet; sales western steam, 87 15
7 17: snot. 87 20: ci'.v. 86 65: Mav. 87 17 bid:
June, 87 IS: July, 8721; August, $7 24; Septem
ber. S7 237 27, closing at 87 27 bid. Butter
quiet and lower; western dairy, 916c; do
creamery, 1520c; Elgms,1 2122c Cheese
stronger and wanted; western, out of stock.
St. Lours Flour quiet, steady and un
changed. Wheat opened higher. The news
from the Northwest was not favorable, and
there were some complaints in from winter
wheat sections, though general advices con
tinued extremely fine. Other markets ad
vanced and this soon followed, though cables
were dull and the visible decrease of 748,000
less man expecteo. roe ciose was ;3feC aoove
, isc nominal; May,
closing at 76c bid;
ust. 74SS75C closine at
and strong on advances elsewhere, and light
receipts and rapidly decreasing stock sharp
ened the demand; No. 2 red. cash, SOKc; May,
3131!c closingat 30J30Kc: July, 81&32c,
closing at 32K: August, S3c closing 3 bid;
oeDiemuer, oayMoayeC, ciubine at ArftC DIO.
Oats firm. Juneclosing c above Saturdav:No.
a casn, .uafLaya oia; may, iaji(gzic; J une,
23Q!23J6c Rye May offered at 41c Bar
leyNo market. Flaxseed, quotable at SI 45.
Bagging firm: prices range 8J10Jc - Iron,
cotton ties, 81 10. Provisions dull and weak.
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Philadelphia Flour weak and unsettled;
Ohio and other Western clear, 84 504 75; do
straight, S4 755 00; winter patent, fair to
choice, $5 005 60; Minnesota clear, S3 75&4 25;
do straight, S4 605 25: do patent, 85 3505 85.
Wheat firm but quiet: No. 2 red in export ele
vator, 91c; No. 2 red Mav, 9091c: Jnne, 9091c;
Julv, 8384c: August, S384c Corn quiet but
firm; sales, ungraded mixed on track. 43c: No.
2 mixed and yellow, in Twentieth street eleva
tor. 44c; No. 2 mixed, on track. 44c: No. 2
mixed May. 4242Kc; June, 42Ji42Kc; July,
42i3c; August, 42$43c Oats strong and
higher; sales. No. 3 white, 31Vc: No. 2 white,
32jic; No. 2 white May. 3232Jc: June.S2
32Jc; July. S2J33ci- August, 3lX32c Pro
visions qniet but steady. Pork Mess, new,
814; do, prime mess, new, 813 50: do, fairly,
815 004315 60. Hams Smoked, 10J412c Lard
Pure city refined, 79SJc; western steam, 7
Tic Butter steady; Pennsylvania creamery,
extra, 23c: do prints, do, 2526c. iggs firm;
good Pennsylvania firsts, 1314c Cheese
steady: part skims, 67c Receipts Flour,
2,500 barrels; wheat, 3.000 bushels; corn, 5,000
bushels; oats, 24,000 bushels.
GTncixnati Flour barely steady; family,
S360S65:fancy, S4 004 25. Wheat stronger;
No. 2 red, 84c; receipts, 800 bushels; ship
ments, none. Corn easier; No. 2 mixed. 36K
S7c Oats stronger; No. 2 mixed, 2626l?c
Rye easy; No. 2, 47K4Sc Pork steady at
S12 25. Lard firm at S6 (i Bulkmeats steady;
short rib, 86 20. Bacon firm; short clear.S7 37&
Butter in fair demand; fancy creamery, 242dc;
choice dairy, 1518c Linseed oil strong at 57
69c Sugar easy; hard refined, 8?9c: New
Orleans, 77c Eggs firm. Cheese steady.
MIIWAUKEE Flour steady and dnlL Wheat
firm; cash, 78c; June, 78c; July. 78c
Corn quiet: No. 2 white. 27627Kc Rye firm;
No. 44Jic Barley nominal: No. 2, 5152c
Provisions firm. Pork, 811 50. Lard, 86 SU
Cheese easy; Cheddars, 910c
Baltimore Provisions dnll and unchanged.
Butter dull; Western packed, 1518c; creamery,
2224c Eggs firm at 13c Coffee dull; Rio
Toledo Cloverseed doll but firm; cash,
81 25. Receipts, none; shipments, none.
Grain In SIsut.
Chicago, May 6. The visible snpply of
grain is as follows, in comparison with that
of last week: Wheat, 25,276,000 bushels: decrease,
771.000 bushels. Corn, 12.U3.000 bushels; de
crease, 410.000 bushels. Oats, 7,143,000 bushels:
increase, 433,000 bushels. Rye. 1,427,000 bushels;
decrease. 25,000 bushels. Barley, 736,000 bush
els; decrease. 129.000 bushels.
New York Copper qniet and easier; lake.
May, 813. Lead strong; domestic S3 85. Tin
dull and heavy; Straits. Z20 25.
St. Lours Wool In good demand, steady
and firm. u
The dyspeptic the debilitated, whether from
excess of work of mind or body, drink or ex
nd Tutt's Pills the most genial n
rer offered the suff enng invalid.
Try Them Fairly.
A vigorous body, pure blood, strong nerves
and a cheerful mind will result.
IS STELA QDESTM.
Widening of Diamond Street Not
Blocked bj Building Operations.
IT IS STILL 'A LIVELY ISSDE.
Somelmportant Transactions in Beal Estate
Away Out Penn Avenue.
CAPITALISTS ASKING MORE FOE MOKEI
The prosecution of work on the buildings
at the corner of "Wood and Diamond streets
is not accepted as an Indication that the
project for improving the latter thorough
fare has been abandoned. Said a promi
nent business man yesterday: "The owners
of the buildings in question are proceeding
on business principles. They don't feel
like letting the property lie idle; they want
to get some good out of it. Even if the
buildings are finished, they will add but a
trifle to the cost of the improvement I
think the sentiment in favor of widening
the street is growing, and look for some definite
action before long. It is the most important
question now before the Pittsburg public"
In arranging the affairs of the estate of the
late Colonel J. Heron Foster it was found de
sirable to offer the Fifth avenue property on
which .The Dispatch business office stands at
public sale, under an order of the Orphans'
Court, in the process of settlement. The above
was done yesterday. The highest bid was from
Mr. J. H. Emery, representing the chief parties
in interest, and amounted to 8140,000. This was
subject to a dower interest, and to existing
leaseholds of the premises by The Dispatch
and other tenants, to run a number of years.
Though the figure bid was a handsome one,
showing a fine Increase inFlfth avenue values,
it was thought that still better might be reached
by postponement, which was accordingly or
dered till Friday next. The mechanical re
quirements of thepapernecessitated sometime
ago the erection of the mnch larger and more
commodious new Dispatch building on Dia
mond street for publication purposes, but its
main advertising offices will continue, as here
tofore, at the Fifth avenue building.
There is quite a flurry in real estate on Penn
avenue, East End, and particularly on that
portion lying between Hiland avenue and
Rebecca street, where some of the East End
capitalists have been quietly buying up all the
available property they can get, and a number
of transfers have been made recently Involving
over 8100,003. One very desirable residence
property on Black Horse Hill changed hands
for $50,000, and will oe sub-divided and offered
to the public as desirable building sites by the
15th of this month. This portion of Penn ave
nue has been comparatively quiet for some
time, but the cable road and the opening of
cross streets, such as Negley and Euclid ave
nues and St. Clair and Beatty streets, and the
paving of Negley and Center avenues and
Baum street, have brought it into direct com
munication with the Baum plan and also with
the section lying north of Penn avenue. Asa
result an advance is assured similar to that
affecting the avenue further down in the old
city. Already a number of newand substantial
business houses have appeared in this locality
and a number of others have been projected,
Where there's a will there's away. A former
Alleghenian bought a lot near Wilkinsburg a
month or two ago, and to save rent he put up a
shanty of rough boards at a cost of about $10,
where he is living with his family while his
house a comfortable little frame is being
built This spirit of independence this deter
mination at any reasonable sacrifice to live
within his means If persevered In, will surely
iMd to comfort if not fortune. The example
of this man is worthy of large Imitation.
That there has been, and is, a large move
ment in the money market is shown by the fact
that two months ago it was freely offered on
mortgages at 6 per cent, without State tax.
Now, 5 per cent, with the tax, is asked for it on
the same security a difference of a trifle over
one-half of 1 per cent. This shows that there
is less idle cash in the community than is gen
There is a good prospect for cheap bread the
coming autumn and winter. A Liberty street
flour dealer' returned from a trip to the West
and Northwest on Saturday, and reported that
he never saw the wheat crop in better condi
tion. A larger area than usual will be devoted
to corn. Spring work was in full progress
everywhere, and the farmers were in excellent
spirits over the promise of a rich reward for
their labor. Another thing that forcibly im
pressed him was the rapidity with which the
country was filling up with people, the large
majority of them being Scandinavians and
Philadelphia Gas Company Report a
Genuine Wet Blanket.
Interest in the stock market yesterday cen
tered in Philadelphia Gas and the report form
ulated by the stockholders at their annual
meeting. When its contents became known on
'Change in the afternoon the stock declined
from 3S to 37, and closed weak on liberal
Talk among the brokers was nearly all of a
kind, all of .them regarding the report as a bad
one. In brief. It shows an increase of indebt
edness of between 8800,000 and 8400,000 during
the past year, where everybody was led to sup
pose that there had been a decrease. There
had been rumors for a month or two that 81,
600,000 of the stock bad been sold above par,
making It scarce, when the fact seems to be
that only 5379,000 had been disposed of. It was
also stated that the floating debt had been can
celed by the sale of bonds, bnt the report
shows that this was mere supposition, as the
increase in liabilities is about 8350,000.
The recommendation for quarterly Instead
of monthly dividends was favorably regarded
by the brokers, a. If adopted, it will result in
keeping the books open a reasonable time to
make transfers. Under the present system
they are closed about one-third of the time
Brldgewater Gas and Electric were higher
and firm, but the rest of the list shows no
material change from Saturday. Bids, offers
and sales xoiiow:
Bid. Asked. Did. Asked.
f nuaaeipmavu.. ....
Wheellnr Gas Co
P., McK. & Yough....
Pitts. & Western K. K.
F. t Vf. R. K. pref....
La Korla Mining Co...
Westlng'se AlrB. Co..
Rales at the morning call included 270 shares
of Philadelphia Gas at 3S 60 at SS. 55 Elec
tric at 68, 12 at 68 and 60 Central Traction
In the afternoon 2S5 shares of Philadelphia
sold at S7K, 10 at 37?, 60 at 37, 20 Switch and
Signal at '&, and 100 Central Traction at SO.
fronrv MDonr sold 100 shares of Phil.
delphta Gas at 38, 20 at S and 20 Electric at J
he total sales of stocks at New York Yes
terday wero zuo,w &uttrcs, including Aicuison,
34,387: Delaware. Lackawanna and Western,
3,000; Louisville and Nashville 6,598; Missouri
Pacific 8,080; Northwestern,, 6,230; Northern
Pacific preferred, 15,520; Oregon Transcontinen
tal. 17,830: Beading, 23.120; Richmond and West
roint. 6,140; St. Paul, 8,287; Union Pacific, 6,840;
Western Union, 11,635.
SIBEWS OF WAR
Boner a Little Tighter, Bat the Snpply Suf
ficient for all Purposes.
Bnslness in the local money market yester
day was moderately active in respect to check
ing, but qniet as to depositing and discount
ing. Capital was reported a little lighter, bnt
sufficiently plentiful for current requirements.
Hates were steady at 5Q6 per cent on call and
time paper. Small notes were in good supply.
The Clearing House report was favorable, the
clearings amounting to 82,056,877 29 and the
balances to $844,655 68.
Mdhey on call at New York, yesterday, was
easy at2 to 8 per cent,closed offered at 2. Prime
mercantile paper, 3K5J Sterling exchange
dull but steady atS4 67 for Way bills and
84 8SJ for demand.
TJ. 8. 4H. coup.,
U. 8. 4s, reg ..13
V. B. 4(..coup 129'
Currency, 6 per cent, 1885 reg in
Currency, 6 per cent, 1S86 reg 1I4,,
Currency, 6 per cent, 1837 reg; U7H
Currency, Opercent, l89Sreg, I),,
Currency, 6 per cent, 8 reg l&
Government and State bonds were quiet and
Nbw TOEK-Clearings, fS4.923.2S9: balances,
BosTON-Clearlngs Jie,06.610j balances, IV
644,831. Honey, l2per cent.
PmLAczxPHiA Clearings, $11,066,62; bal
BALTDiOBE-CIeuings, 12,885,219; balances,
London The amouht of bullion gone Into
the Bank ot England on balance to-day Is 197,
000. Bar silver, 42d per ounce.
St. Loins-Clearings, $3,860,327; balances,
Chicago Money on call, i(a per cent
Time loans 67. Bank clearings, 14,o95,00O.
DULL AND DEPEE8SED.
Oil Still Dropping, With a Tendency To
Trard Loyrer Values.
The oil market was tame and uninteresting
yesterday. Continued high rates for carrying
is demoralizing both sides. The opening price
was 84 from which point there was a gradual
decline to 84& followed by a rally to 84,
where it held until the afternoon, when, near
the close, it broke to S2, and closed at 82, a
loss for the day of 2 cents. Carrying here
was from 60 to 75 cents, flat at New York, and
from 15 to 25 at Oil City and Bradford. The
feeling at the windup was rather bearish, as
shown in the trading in puts and calls. Busi
ness was of moderate proportions, and con
fined to professionals. Field news was bear
ish. A broker said: "I am of the"oDlnlon that
the market has not- touched bottom, and look
for lower prices to-morrow." i
Features ol tho Market.
Highest. 84 Closed.
Keflned. New York, 6.85. ,
Kenned. London, &. ,
Keflned, Antwerp, 18X. '
Hew York closed 8)M.
Oil CI tv closed 84K.
Bradford closed 84 .
A. R McGrew 4 Co. quote: Puts, 605 to 81;
Other Oil markets.
Bradfoxd. May & National transit cer
tiflcates opened at S4Kc; highest, 84Mc; lowest,
82c; closed at 82Jc.
,Tittstoi.e, May 8.-National transit cer
tificates opened at 84Uc; highest, 84c; low
est, 82Kc: closed, 82c
New York, May 6. The petroleum mar
ket opened steady at 84 bnt became weak on
pressure to sell from the West and declinod to
82&c The market .then reacted Bllghtly and
closed steady at 82c Consolidated Ex
changes: Sales, 668.000 barrels. Opening, 84c;
highest, 84Ji: lowest, 82Hc clos&g at 62gc
New York Stock Exchange; Opening, 84ci
highest, 82Kc; lowest, 82c; closing at82c
Total sales both Exchanges, 965,000 barrels.
H0YEMENTS IN BKAMT.
Another Valuable Piece of Diamond Street
Property Changes Bands.
Black & Balrd, No. 95 Fourth avenue, sold to
Wicklyffe C. Lyne a property for C. W. Robb,
Esq., a two-story brick building No. 91 Dia
mond street, occupied as attorneys' offices,
with lot 20x95 feet through to Relief alley, for
821,000 spot cash.
Alles & Bailey, 164 Fourth avenue, sold for
George Schmidt a frame dwelling of four
rooms, lot 67x60 feet, corner Sobo and Gazxam
streets, for $1,200.
Samuel W. Black & Co., 99 Fourth avenue,
sold the property No. 8606 Fifth avenue, near
Meyran, a lot 22x125 with a new two-story and
mansard brick dwelling of ten rooms, for
810.200. This was the residenoe of John T.
Gordon, now of El Caion, San Diego, Cal.
Thomas McCaffrey, 8609 Butler street, sold
for D.Harris to W. Whitfield lot on Mathilda
and Cypress streets, Sixteenth ward, 67x101, for
James W. Drape A Co, sold a house of seven
rooms wtth lot 83x120 feet at Wilkinsburg.
near the railroad station, for S3.O0O, and a lot
Center street, Allegheny, 24x150 feet, for $575
Stocks Begin Weak but Brace Up and Re
cover Lost Ground Western Shares
Scarce for Delivery Railroad
Bond Firm to Strong.
New YonK,.May 6. The stock market began
the new week with a moderate volume of busi
ness which, however, dwindled down to very
small proportions before the day closed. There
was a strong tone displayed throughout, and the
fractional losses at the openingwere recovered,
and even the realizations at the close failed to
get the majority of the list down below Satur
day's closing figures. There was less buying for
the foreigners, but the local contingency
showed a disposition to advance prices, and
while the market was more than usual of late a
traders' market the strong tone was very appa
rent. The report from Boston that Messrs.
Kidder, Peabody & Co. had proxies for 450,000
shares made Atchison the prime factor fn the
market, and the buying of that stock and its
kindred securities was most marked by Boston
and Western people
Burlington and Quincy was also bought by
the same interests, and while it moved up only
fractionally it kept abreast of the other West
ern stocks and closed with a small net gain.
All the Western shares were scarce for deliv
ery, and Beading also was very hard to bor
row, a large amount having been called in and
the stock at one time commanded a premium
of 1-32 of 1 per rent per day for use The Coal
stocks, however, were very quiet and. were not
at any time a factor in the course of prices.
The recent utterances of Mr. Gonld upon the
market made bis stocks pnme favorites to-day,
and Missouri Pacific again sprang into activity
and it rose materially. Manhattan shot np 1
per cent suddenly In the afternoon, but the
otners were quiet anu wimout leainre. junong
the low-priced shares Chicago was quite strong
in the forenoon, bnt became dull and steady
with the rest of the list later in the day.
Opening prices were generally slight frac
tions lower than Saturday's closing figures,
but Lonlsville and Nashville was lower.
The market, however, while quite irregular de
veloped considerable animation and strength
in spots, and Atchison and Missouri became
Eromlnent for strength. In the afternoon,
owever, the movement died away, the market
becoming dnll and uninteresting, and although
the tone of the dealings remained firm, the
movements were confined to the smallest frac
tions and toward 2 o'clock the realizations
sagged the entire list off and the close was
qniet but heavy generally at small fractions
better than the opening figures. The great
majority of the stocks on the active list is
fractionally higher this evening, bnt the only
important change is a gain of 1 per cent in
Railroad bonds displayed the same charac
teristics which have distinguished them for the
past week, and on a moderate volume of busi
ness showed a firm to strong tone, most of the
issues trailed in advancing fractionally. The
business done aggregated Sl,819,000. and the
important gains were: Denver and Rio Grande
Western assented, 2Xi to.68; Evansville and
Terre Haute, Mt, Vernon 6s, 5. to 115;
Louisville and Nashville trust 6s. 2, to 13
Wabash 79s receipts, 4J, to 97; Colorado Coal
firsts, 2, to 99, andMllwaukee, Lake Shore and
Western Incomes, 3, to 103.
The following table snows the prices of active
stocks on the New York Stock Exchange.
Corrected dally for The Dispatch by Whit
ney & Stephenson, members of New York
Stock .Exchange, 67 .Fourth avenue:
Ins. Am. Cotton Oil. 53
Atcb., Top. a. F.... VH
Canadian racinc S5
Canada Southern. 53
Central or New Jersey. 86X
Central Faclnc 35v
Chesapeake 4 Ohio.... Vti
C. Bur. ft Quincy..... 88
C, Mil. A Bt. raul.. 66U
C, Mll.tSt. P.. pr....!06K
c, Boca 1. f as
a, Bt. l. ft ruts is
a, Bt.L. & pins. pr.. 40
a. St. P.. M. 4 0 HM
a, Bt. p.,m. ft o.. pr. 43
C. ft .Northwestern. ...I07i
C.ft Northwestern, pt ....
Col. Coal ft Iron 25
Col. ft Hocking Val .. 19
Del.. L. AW. I3SW
Del. ft Undson. I3e
Denver ft KloQ ....
Denver ft Bio G;., pr... ..
K.T., Va.ftUa ....
K. T Va. ft Ga.. 1st pr 70)4
E. T.. Va. ft Ga. 2d pf. 23
Lake Erie ft Western.. 18
Lake Erie ft West. pr,. 69
Lake Shore ft SI. 8 103
Mo., K. ftTetas. ....... 12$
Missouri Pacific 72H
. Y.. L. K. ft W. 28X
N.Y., L. E. AW., pref TOM
n. y., c. Ast.L,.r. r?
x.Y., c. ft st. L.nr.
N.Y.. C. ft Bt.L. 2d cf ....
S.Y&N. E OK
. Y..O. W VH
Norfolk Western.... I6K
Norfolk ft Western, cf. KM
Northern Pacific... .i. 95M
aortaerni-auao nrer. mx
Closing quotations of Philadelphia stocks, fur
nished by Whitney ft Stephenson, brokers, No. 87
Fourth avenue. Members New York Stock Ex
change. IMA. Asked.
Pennsylvania Railroad 54 . Wi
neaaing Railroad liH
Bnfialo, Plttabnrg and Western 11)4
fehlKh VaUev &
V. Co. '1 New Jersey.
Northern Pacific S
Northern Paclflo preferred tZH
Atch.ftTon..lst7. lltHttt- Y.ANswEng 7s.l26
Ola Colony inH
Atch.Top.B. K... 45
ilostonft Albany.. 15
Boston ft Maine 181
. U. 4(1. 98V
Clnn. Ban. ft Cleve. 25S4
Flint Feres! 25
FUntftPereM. nrd. S
Mexican Cen. com.. 13H
. Y. ftJiewEng... 44
Eutland, com 39
wis. lanrrai, com... ja
Wis. Central pt...
.UouezMKCo(new) 1 1
Calumet ft Hecla....l99
Pewablc (new) 3
Water Fower 6t4
San Diego ,... UH
Bell Telephone,.. .. 235
mining Stocks. .
,NEWYOBK.Hay & Amador, 100: Caledonia,
515; Consolidated California and Virginia, 812;
Colorado Consolidated. 175; Dunkin, 100; Dead
wood. 100: El Cristo, 155; Hale Norcross. 480;
Homestake, 762; Horn Silver. 105: Coon bilver,
200; Mexican, 430: Savage, 810; Standard, U5;
Small Hones, 125; Sullivan, 125.
A BADICAL CHANGE PE0P0SED.
Secretary Noble Wants tho Patronage of
the Government Printing Office.
rSPXCIAI. TZLXQBAII TO ME SISFATCH.
"Washington', May 6. There is likely
to jbe a spirited contest in the next Congress
over the Government Printing Office. Sec
retary Noble is credited with the desire to
change the. management of the office,
and it is said he has proposed to
several members of the next Congress that
a move in this direction be made. Secretary
Noble's proposition is that the office be
placed under the jurisdiction of the Interior
Department. This would be a radical de
parture, and the proposition will undoubt
edly meet with serious opposition. In fact,
it has already provoked murmurs of discon
tent. At present the printing office is practi
cally responsible to Congress. It is
an independent bureau. The Bureau
-of Engraving and Printing is under the
supervision and direction or the Treasury
Department. The printing office is managed
by the Government Printer, without refer
ence to any of the heads of departments.
The patronage of the printing office is very
large. There are about 4,000 places to be
distributed among the faithful, and Senator
Gorman was credited, immediately after the
incumbency of the late administration, with
having used the patronage of the office to
pay off almost all of his political debts in
Keit to the President the members of
Congress have most influence with the Gov
ernment Printer. That is the reason the
proposition of Secretary Noble will meet
with such determined opposition, particu
larly in the House. The printing
office is dependent on Congress for
its maintenance, and in the interest
of full appropriations the printer
is likely to'deal very considerately with the
members of the Appropriations and Print
ing Committees of bothhouses. Representa
tive Farquhar, of New York, expects to be
the Chairman of the House Printing Com
mittee in the next Congress, and he will
fight the proposition of Secretary Noble
from the beginning.
LATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
The houses of 16 members of the Boulanglst
part', at Neutlly, have been searched by the
The newly-appointed collector of the port
ot New York, Joel B. Erhardt, took possession
01 nis omce yesteraay morning, ana air. Ma
gone retired after turning over the office to his
At Ogdensburg, Y, Y yesterday the
opium seized from Gardner's at Redwood, in
Februrry, 1888. was sold by Deputy Marshal
'Van Kennen to E. Mansfield, of St. Louis, for
S10 per pound.
The United States gunboat Petrel has had
her dock trial at the Columbian Ironworks,
and her engines and machinery worked ad
mirably. No date has been set for the official
trial trip, but it will be made soon.
The War Department is in receiptor a tele
gram from General Crook, saying that he Is
informed by General Merritt that Colonel
Wade reports all quiet in Oklahoma, and that
the scouts have discovered no attempts to settle
in the Cherokee outlet.
Ira W. Hopkins, of Maiden, Mass., whose
coat, containlngpersonal documents, was found
in the railroad wreck at Hamilton, Ont, is sale
at home. He intended taking the ill-fated
train at Chicago, but missed it. His trunk,
however, went forward.
The franca of the New York Department of
Public Works yesterday resumed the work of
taking down the telegraph poles and wires
under Mayor Grant's order. The objective
point yesterday morning was Eighth avenue,
between Fifty-third and Fifty-ninth streets.
At a mass meeting of miners held at Spring
field, I1L, representing live shafts. It was de
cided to discontinue work until there Is a settle
ment of existing difficulties. The trouble is
owing to a demand of the operators for the men
to work at less than the district prices. The
representatives of four other mines will hold a
similar meeting, and will probably take similar
Gottlieb Nauss, the mail carrier, running
between Pnlcifer and Linwood, Wis., was held
np by a masked man on Saturday afternoon,
and, at the muzzle of a revolver, was forced to
give up the mail pouches. There were two
passengers in the coach, hut they dared not in
terfere, as the highwayman threatened death
to the first man who moved. A large number of
men immediately turned ont to hunt for the
robber, bnt beyond finding the rifled mail pouch
nothing was done. So far as known the robber
secured about SSO in cash from registered letters.
Three weeks ago an attempt was made to rob
the carrier on the same route, during which
several shots were exchanged by the carrier
and the highwayman, and one of the stage
Physician Wise In Their Generation.
The above class ef scientists recognize, and
have repeatedly borne testimony to the effica
cy ot Hostetter's Stomach Bitters as a remedy
and preventive of fever and ague, rheumatism,
want of vigor, liver complaint and some other
ailments and infirm conditions of the system.
Experience and observation have taught them
its value. Tbey but echo the verdict long Since
pronounced by the public and the press. Only
the benighted now are ignorant of America's
tonic and alterative.
LaMatilde Imported Cigars from $10
to 540 per hundred. G. W. Schmidt,
95 and 97 Fifth, ave.
OP AIL miUQGIStCS.
Only Genuine System of Memory Training-.
Four Book Learned in one reading.
Blind wandering' cured.
Every child and adnlt greatly benefitted.
Great inducements to Correspondence Classes.
Prapectns, with opinions of Dr. Wm. A. Ham.
Bonn, the world-famed Specialist in Mind Diseases,
Daniel Greenlenf Thompson, the (Teat Ptyehot
oaist, J. M. Buckley. D.U., editor of the Christian
AdvocaU, jV. Y-, lUckara Proctor, the Scientist,
Bona. jBdjre Gibson, Judah B. Benjamin, and
f.'X'iiOISETTE, 237 Hfth Ave N. T.
Ohio Mississippi 23
Oregon Improvement. 53K
Urcgon Transcon S3j
Peo. Dec ft Evan
Fhlladel. ft Keadtnx.. 5
Pullman Palace Car...l83
Richmond ft W. P. T.. 26J4
Wchmondft W.P.T.pf ....
Bt. Paul & Dulnth pf.
gt.L.ft8an Fran 23K
St. L. ft 8n Fran pf.. 61)
Bt. L. ft Ban F.lst pt
Texas Pacific HX
Wabash preferred 23X
Wettern Onion 86U
Wheeling ft L. K 6S
National Lead Trust.. 21S
Eggs Scarce and Up New Cheese in
Good Supply and Demand.
BUTTER KEEPS DRIFTING DOWN.
Cereal Trade Palls to ImproTe, Corn
Weaker, Oats Steady.. ,
rr,,m . . m..
WHEAT STEONGEE, PI0DE QUIET,
Office or PrrrsBuno" Dispatch,
MOBDAT. May 8,1889.
Country Prodnce Jobbing Prices.
Eggs are scarce and advancing. Dealers re
port a difficulty meeting demands. Quotations
in New York to-day are Mo. Some dealers
here report sales atllc. Butter is In good
demand, but prices are drifting toward ths
lower level, which is always reached at this
season of the year.
The supply of new cheese Is Increasing, but
has not yet passed the demand. In general
produce lines Monday Is not as blue as we have
.been having for a number of weeks.
Trade opens with a more hopeful spirit and
better tone than for a month or two past.
Butter Creamerv, Elgin, 2526c; Ohio do,
2325c; fresh1 dairy 'packed. 18t219c; country
rolls, 1720c; Chat-tiers Creamery Co., 2829cr
Beaks SI 751 9a
Beeswax 2830o Sforchoicejlowgrade,
cider Sand renned, 6 507 50; common,
$3 604 00; crab cider, S8 008 50 fl barrel;
cider vinegar. 1012o $) gallon.
Cheese New Ohio cheese. 910c: Ohio
cheese, fall make, 1212Kc; New York, fall
make, 1212c; Llmbnrger, 910c; domestic
Sweltzer cheese, 9X12Kc
Dried Peas Si 2ol 35 ft bushel; split do,
2V3J4c w ft.
Eggs 13Klo ?1 dozen for strictly fresh:
goose eggs, Sue $ dozen; duck eggs, 15c fl
Fruits Apples, $2 002 50 barrel; evap
orated raspberries, 26o ?) ft; cranberries, M5
barrel, 50cSl 00 V bushel; strawberries, 10
15c a quart.
Feathees Extra live sreese, 5060c; No. 1
do. 404Sc; mixed lots, S035c f? ft.
Hoset New crop, 1517c; buckwheat, 13
Hojmrr $2 652 75 1 barrel
Potatoes 3035c fl bushel; S3 754 00 for
Jersey sweets: seed sweets, 2 5075.
Poultry Live chickens, 7580c per pair:
undrawn chickens, 1012c ft; drawn, 14
15c "$ ft: turkeys, 1820c dressed fl ft; ducks,
live, 6070c & pair; dressed, 1314c -ft ft: geese,
live, $100l:J51? pair.
Seeds Clover, choice, 62 lis to bushel. So 60
$ bushel; clover, large English, 62 fts, $5 00;
clover, Allske, S8 60: clover, white, 9 00; tim
othy, choice, 15 fts, SI 65; blue grass, extra
clean, 14 fts, 90c; blue grass, fancy, 14 fts, SI 00;
orchard grass, 14 fts. Si 65; red top, 14 fts, SI 25;
millet, 60 fts, SI 00; German millet, 60 fts,
SI 50; Hungarian grass. 60 fts. SI 00; lawn
crass mixture of fine grasses, S3 60 f) bushel of
Tallow Country, 4Ji5c; city rendered,
topioAL FRurrs-Lemons. fancy. $3 50
4 60 p box; Messina oranges, SI 505 00 J?
box; Valencia oranges, fancy, S3 508 60 $)
case; bananas, S3 50, firsts; SI 60, good seconds,
P bunch: cocoanuts, $4 004 50 t hundred;
new figs, 010c fl pound; dates, 56c fl
Vegetables Radishes, 30c $ dozen, mar
rowfat peas, S3 00 crate: new cabbage,. S2 25
2 50 crate; onions, SI 001 25 fl barrel;
onion sets, fancy Eries, S2 603 00; Jerseys,
2 0032 50. turnips, 4060cf? barrel.
Gbeek Coffee Fancy Bio, 2223c; choice
Bio, 2021c: prime Bio, 20c; fair Bio, 18X19c;
old Government Java, 27c; Maracaibo, 2223c;
Mocha, 3031Ko; Santos, 1922Kct Caracas
coffee, 2022c; peaberry, Rio, 2123c; La
Roasted (in papers) Standard brands, 21c;
high trades. 2628c; old Government Java,
bulk. 32K033KC: Maracaibo.27X28Kc: Santos.
2224ci peaberry, 27c; peaberry Santos, 2224c;
choice Rio, 25c; prime Rio, 23c; good R16,
22c ordinary 21c
Spices (whole) Cloves, 2125c; allspice, 9c;
cassia, 8vc; pepper, 19c: nutmeg, 7080o.
Petroleum. (Jobbers' prices) 110 test, 7c;
Ohio, 120. 8Kc; headlight, 160, 8&c: water
white, 10c; globe, 12c; elaine, 15c; carnadlne,
llKc; royaline. lie.
Syrups Corn syrups, 2629c; choice sugar
syrup, 8338c: prime sugar syrup, 8033c; strict
ly prime, 3335c; new maple syrup, 90c
N. O. Molasses Fancy, 48c; choice, 46c; me
dium, 4Sc: mixed, 40612c
Soda Bl-carb in kegs. Zite; bi-carb In Jfs,
6c; bi-carb, assorted packages, &6c;sal
soda in kegs, lc; do granulated, 2c
Candles Star, full weight, 9c; stearine, per
set, 8c; paraffine, 11612c
Rice Head, Carolina, 77c; choice, &g)
7c; prime, &j$Betf c; Louisiana, uajc
Starch fearl, 3c; cornstarch, 67c; gloss
Foreign Fruits Layer raisins, S3 66; Lon
don layers, S3 10; California London layers,
S2 CO; Muscatels, J2 23; California Muscatels,
SI 83; Valencia, new. 67c; Ondara Valencia,
7k8c" sultana, 8c; currants, new,4K5c;
Turkey prunes, new, 4J5c; French prunes,
813c; Salonica prunes, in 2-fi packages, 8c;
cocoanuts, per 100, $6 00; almonds, Lan., per H,
20c; do Ivica, 19c; do shelled, 40c; walnuts, nap.,
12kQ15c; Sicily filberts, 12c: Smyrna figs, 12
lHc; new dates, &tfc; Brazil nuts, 10c;
pecans, 11015c: citron, per ft, 21022c; lemon
peel, per ft, lS14c; orange peel, 12Kc
Dried Fruits Apples, sliced, per ft, 6c;
apples, evaporated, 66c: apricots. Califor
nia, evaporated, 15l8c; peaches, evaporated,
pared, 2223c: peaches, California, evaporated,
unpared, 1012c; cherries, mtted, 2122c;
cherries, unpitted, 66c; raspberries, evapor
ated," 2424Jc; blackberries, 7K8c; huckle
Sugars Cubes, 99Kc: powdered, 9
9c; granulated,9c; confectioners' A. 88c;
standard A, 8c; soft whites, 8K8c; yellow,
choice, 78Hc: yelloWjgood,7ji7jc; yellow.
rair. 7Kc: veiiow. uarK. Mt
Pickles Medium, bbls, (1.200), $4 SO; medi
ums, half bbls. (600), 22 75.
Salt No. 1J bbl. 95c; No. 1 ex. fl bhl, SI 05;
dairy, fl bbl, SI 20; coarse crystal, $ bbl, SI 20;
Hmgin'S Eureka, 4 bu sacks, $2 80; Hlggln's
Eureka. 18-14 ft pockets, S3 00.
Canned Goods Standard peaches SI 806
1 90; 2ds, SI S01 35; extra peaches. SI 601 90:
gle peaches. 90c; finest corn, Sll 0: Hid.
o. corn, 7090c; red cherries, 90cSl 00; Lima
beans, SI 10; soaked do, 85c; string do do, 75
85c; marrowfat peas. Si 101 15; soaked peas,
7075c; pineapples, SI 40I 0; Bahama do,
S2 76; damson plums. 95c; greengages. SI 25;
egg plums, S2 00; California pears. S2 50; do
greengages, $2 00; do egg plums, S2 00; extra
white cherries. $2 90; red cherries, 2 lbs, 90c;
raspberries, SI 401 60; strawberries, SI 10;
gooseberries, Si 201 30; tomatoes, 82K92c;
salmon, 1-E, SI 752 10; blackberries, 80c; suc
cotash, 2-ft cans, soaked,' 99c: do green. 2 fts,
SI 251 50; corn beef, 2-ft cans, SI 75: 14-ft cans,
S13 50; baked beans, SI 40Q1 45; lobster, 1 ft.
51 751 80; mackerel, 1-ft cans, broiled, 91 50:
sardines, domestic, Js. S4 164 60; sardines,
domestic K?. S8 258 50; sardines, imported.
Vs. SU 50012 60; sardines, imported. K.
SIS 00; sardines, mustard, S4 00; sardines,
spiced, S4 25. .
Fisn Extra No. 1 bloater mackerel, 838 jf)
bbl.; extra No. 1 do, mess, S40; extra No. 1
mackerel, shore, S32; extra No. 1 do, messed,
S38; No. 2 shore mackerel, S24. Codfish Whole
pollock, 4XcjS ft. ; do medium, George's cod,
6c; do large, 7c; boneless hake, in strips, 6c; do
George's cod In blocks, 67c Herring
Bound shore, S5 00 $1 bbl.; split, 57 00; lake,
52 50 10O-B. half Dbl. White flsb. $7 00 W 100
&. half bbl. Lake trout, $5 50 fl half bbl.
Finnan haddock, 10c f) ft. Iceland halibut, 13c
fft. Pickerel, K barrel, S2 00; barrel. SI 10;
otomac herring, S5 00 fl barrel, S2 50 f) K
Buckwheat Flour 2ZJc fl ft.
Oatmeal 16 306 60 ft bbl.
Miners' Oil No. 1 winter strained, 6860o
fl gallon. Lard oil, 75c
Grain, Flour and Feed.
Total receipts as bulletined at the Grain Ex
change, 35 cars. By Pittsburg, Fort Wayne
and Chicago. 1 car of e. corn, 2 of oats. 9 of hay,
1 of malt, 6 of flour. By Pittsburg, Cincinnati
and St. Louis, 7 cars of hay, 4 of corn. By
Pittsburg and Western, 1 car of oats, 4 of
wheat. The only sale on call was 1 car ot tim
othy hay, $13, 6 days. There are few signs of
life in the cereal trade. Corn is scarcely as
Arm as it was last week.- Oats are a shade
firmer. Supplies of hay, are far in excess of
demand, and prices droop. Wheat starts out
this week a little stronger. There are. how
ever, no signs of strength to flour markets.
There is really no article of cereal markets
that is not in the buyer's favor at this date.
Wheat Jobbing prices No. 2 red,9495c;
No. 3 red, 8588c
Corn No. 2 yellow ear, 4j43c; high mixed
ear, 4041c; No. 1 yellow, shelled, 4142c; No. 2
yellow, Ehelled, 4041c: hleh mixed, shelled.
3940c; mixed, shelled, 3839c
Oats No. 2 white, 32EKc; "extra. No. 3,
S0K31c; No. 3 white, 2930c; No. 2 mixed, 27
BYE No. 1 Western, 7075c: No. 2. 6556c
Darlet No. 1 Canada, 9598c; No. 2 Can
ada, 85S8c: No. 3 Canada, 7072c; Lake Shore,
Flour Jobbing prices, winter patents,
So 505 75: spring patents, $5 0066 00: winter
straight, S4 7503 00; clear winter, SI 04 75;
straight XXXX bakers', S4 004 25. Bye flour,
53 503 75
Millfeed Middlings, fine white, S15 00
16 00. fl 'ton; brown middlings. Ill 5012 50;
winter wheat bran, S13 0013 50; chop feed,
S15 0016 00.
HAT-Baled timothy, choice, S14 00S14 0;
U, Jk UU, Vw VlXa JJi AU. A UU,tU VTO. W I
oosa uosi wagon, m wgia wL no. . vf lanoi
prairie. $10 0010 SO; No. 2, S6 0006 Serpickiag
do, 95 50S 50..
STBAW-Oats. 36 0696 25; wheat aad rye
straw, J7 0087 6096 00.
Sugar-cured hams, large, 10Kc; sugar-cured
hams, medium, lie; sugar-cured hams, small,
lllfa sugar-curedbreaifastbacon,10ac; ropr-
cured shoulders, 8c; sugar-cured boneless
shoulders, 9c: sugar-cured 'California hams,
8Hc; sugar-cured dried beef flats; 8c; sugar
cured dried beef sets, 9Jc; sugar-cured dried
beef rounds, lljfobacon shoulders, Tkc; bacon
ciear siaes,Bjic: oacon clear Denies, isc; ary
I M 60. lard Renned In tierces, 7cr hall
barrels. 7Kc:60-B tubs, 7K20-ftpai!s,7&c; 50-
t tin cans, 7c; 3-6 tin pails, 8c; 5-ft tin palls,
7c: 10-ft tin palls, 7K& Smoked sausage, long,
6cj large, 5c. Fresh pork links, 9c Pigs feet,
half barrel, S4 0C; quarter barrel, SI 9a
Armour & Co. furnish the following prices
on dressed meats: Beef carcasses, 450 to 550 fts,
8cft. Lambs, 9c ft ft. Hogs, Sc Fresh
pork loins. 9c
I am satisfied that Cancer is hereditary In my
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mother died of it, and my own sister died of It.
My feelings may be imagined, then, when the
horrible disease made its appearance on my
side It was a malignant Cancer, eating In
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out. Numerous remedies were used for it, but
the Cancer grew steadily worse, until itseemed
that I was doomed to follow the others of the
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WrsSTOir, N. OL, Nov. 28, '88.
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pains across the small of her back and lower
part of her body was almost unbearable. In
fact she suffered with all those diseases and
conditions peculiar to women. For three
months her mind was unbalanced, and for
months she was confined to her bed. She be
came very weak and emaciated, so that she
only weighed 98 pounds. No one expected her
to live, much less get entirely cured. After
receiving three months' treatment with the
physicians of the Catarrh and Dyspepsia Insti
tute, 323 Penn avenue, who make a specialty of
her disease, she says:
"I bever want any one to suffer as I have for
the past 13 years. The condition of my case
was mnch worse than has been described, and
I am only too glad to testify to my complete
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"MRS.THOMAS HATTON, Putnam, Pa."
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I am getting stronger every day and feel almost
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62 Marcellus st, Syracuse, N. Y."
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AT 602 PENN AVENUE.
The Rev.Thomas T. Evans, late pastor-elect ot
the First Eaptist Church at Banksville, Pa., has
been a confirmed invalid since 1881. For tho -past
eight years he has been afflicted with; s
rheumatism more or less of the time, and for
the past three years his sufferings have boeu so
terrible that life had become a burden to him.
He complained of tearing, aching pains aQ. .
through his body. His stomach became tho
seat of horrible neuralgic pains, which kx
tended through to his back and radiated from
there to his shoulder blades. The pain camo (
on in paroxysms, which increased In violence)
until his body was bent double. The pain was
usually aggravated after eating; and would
continue nnabated until every particle of food
passed out of his stomach. As soon as tho
stomach became empty he complained of a
faint, all-gone feeling in it His bowels
were obstinately constipated, and wero
only moved by taking cathartics. He suffered
from an aching, tearing pain in the small of
the back, palpitation of the heart and sharp
stitching pain in his side. Mr. Evans had suf-
feredso long without finding relief that ho
had eiren up all hopes ot recovery, and when,
wa consider his terrible condition we do noS
wonder that he had little if any faith that Dr.
Smith would benefit his condition. Remem
ber that he had suffered eight years with rheu
matism. which was'associated with dyspepsia,
constipation and neuralgia of the stomach in
an aggravated form. Spasms of pain in bis
stomach and bowels would seize him and bend
his body double. These horrible pains would
continue without intermission until his body
was bathed in profuse perspiration and until hei
would faint from exhaustion. In this pitiable)
condition be applied to Dr. Smith, the mag
netic physician, at No. 502 Penn ave. After
three magnetic treatments in connection with
a little medicine, Mr. Evans could eat without
distress, sleep well, and go about from day to
day with never a sense of weariness or dis
tress. Rev. Mr. Evans stated in Dr. Smith's
office last Saturday that when be applied to
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press the horrible tortnre he was undergoing.
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during his entire illness. Mr. Evans mayba
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