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'J HE HsDlAKAPOLIS JOURNAL. MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1894.
FEW ACTIVE STOCKS TKXDCXCV Dl'ni.N'GTIIU I'AST WEEK WAS TOWAllD LOW Fltil'UCS. Orer $5,000,000 In Ciold Were Expurt-ed-Inrilniinpolis (irnlit More Active with tiood Deiuuml for Oats. At New York. Saturday, money on call was easy at 1 per cent. Pi line mercantile paper, V!tfHk Sterling exchange dull, but firm, with actual business in bankers" bills at for demand and at !I.S73 for sixty days; posted rates, $4.SS1,2'S-S0; commercial bills, L6Cic Silver certificates. 64&&C. Bar silver closed at 62c per ounce; at London, 28 1. The New York weekly bank statement shows the following changes: Keserve, Increase w $3G3.'0 Loans, decrease 1.7N3.CUO Specie, decreae ; 706.0UO Legal tenders. Increase 51, COO Deposits, decrease 2.000.40 Circulation, decrease 57,400 The banks now hold $77.9,100 In icess of the requirements cf the 25 per cent, rule. The exports of specie for the week amounted to &170.SGO In gold and $097,893 In silver. Imports for the week: Gold. -$1.278, -7S2; silver, 187.213; dry goods, $1,218,091; gen eral merchandise, $7,500,993. Total sales of stocks were 90,933 shares. A r. I 1 .. . 1 V t .1 ,. V. kauiy gouu uusiiieas was uoae ua w;e Stock Exchange Saturday, but two-thirds of the transactions were In three stocks Sugar, Chicago Gas and St. Paul, the first named, as usual, being most prominent In the dealings. A good many orders to buy sugar were on the board at the opening, and as but little stock was offered the chares moved up sharply with an occasion al fractional reaction to 104, an advance of 3?B per cent, from yesterday's closing figures. The improvement was accompanied by rumors that Sugar interests had taken a favorable turn in Washington, but nothing definite was disclosed. The last sale was made within of the highest point touched. The preferred stock rose 2 per cent., to 3. reacting to 94 at the close. The bull pool in Chicago Gas moved the price of that stock up 1V per cent, on steady buying and closed It Vi below the best of the day. Reports from Chicago as to the Attorney general's suit against the company are . rather vague as to when '.t will be pressed for trial, but at present this litigation seems to have little Influence on the specu lation In the stock. St. Paul was the only active stock of the grangers group, fluctu- atlng between 6&5&Hc and closing a. Friday's closing price. Burlington & Qulncy moved within the same narrow range and closed unchanged. A majority of the active shares were slightly higher. The market, while generally dull, was fairly firm during the two hours of bus iness and closed steady in . tone. During the week the market has been unsettled and prices have moved irregularly. The trend of prices has been In the main toward a. lower range of values, with the excep tion of some of the industrials. Sugar making a gain of 3 3-5; Sugar preferred, 2; Chicago Gas, 4U: Lead. 2Yn. and Lead pre ferred. 2. New York, Chicago & St. Louis firsts preferred shows an advance of 2 per cent., but the great majority of the rail way list made losses on the week, notably New Jersey Central and Chicago & East ern Illinois, 3; Oregon Improvement, 2!i; Manhattan, 2: Evansville & Terre Haute and C, C, C. & St. L., 2i; Rock Island. li; St. Paul, 1, and Burlington, . Among the Industrials Tobacco declined Z and United States Leather preferred, ZM. Dis tilling remains unchanged on the week's transactions. The bond market was somewhat Irregu lar, but with a firm undertone, the prin cipal changes being: Advances Peoria, De catur & Evansville firsts. Evansville divi sion. 3; St. Louis & San Francisco consol fours, 2; Chicago & Indiana Coal fives, lHi. The more important changes on the week are: Declines Louisville & New Al bany consols, 5; Atchison fours, registered. i, iiuniiciu i aLiiit icui.iiui Jirsis ana CheHapea.ke & Ohio Southwestern firsts each I per cent. Advances Minneapolis & St. Louis and Southwestern Extension k firsts. Ti: United States Cordage firsts, 7; St. Louis & San Francisco consol' fours, 3V, Peoria, Decatur & Evansville firsts, Evansville division, and Missouri Pacific consol six 3. each 3 per cent. Government bonds were firm. State bonds were dull. The following table, prepared by James Eerry. Koom 1G. Board of Trade, shows th range of quotations: Open- High- Low- Clos Name. lng; est. est. lng. Adams Express 243 Alton & T. II 20 Aiwn & r. n.. prer.. ... iso American Express , 112 Atchison 8 IY2 7 IX j-aniiwui e cc vjiiiJ.. . . . . ..... ..... ii Canada Pacific 05 Canada Southern 43 Central Pacific 12: Chesapeake & Ohio 171 Chicago & Alton 133 C.. B. & Q . 77U 77U 76Ti 77U O. & E. I., pref S2 Chicago Gas 74 73'4 74H 7-U C, C. C. & St. L 38 26 36 30 Cotton Oil 2G'i Belaware & Hudson 131' .. L. & V 1G0 Pis and C. F. Co 21 24 23i 24 Edison Gen. Electric. 358 353 35 Krie ;. 13 Erie, pref 27 Fort Wayne lo2 Great Northern, pref. 100 Hocking Valley 164 17 16; 17 Illinois Central '.. sqil L. E & W 14i! I II & V.. pref Oii Lake Shore 130; Lead Trust 378 3918 37ra 39 Load Trust, pref 81 84 84 84 Louis. & Nashville 44 iV2 41 4H4 Louis. & New Albany 7i Manhattan iic2 Michigan Central 9.', Missouri Pacific 27U 27V 27 27 National Cordage 2314 National Cord., pref.. 43'" New Jersey Central.. .106 106 16 106 New York Central.... 97?;, 93 97?; 97?; " 3 Northern Pacific, pref 13 15 13 13 Northwestern 103i Northwestern, pref no Northern Pacific, pref 140 Pacific Mail 114 Peoria. D. & E 2 Pullman Palace 163 Reading lfi 16; 10s; 16-; Rock Island 67i C7a 67U 67U St. Paul 58" 51) C8 5.87 St. Paul, pref - US", Sugar Refinery 101Vi 1044 101'i 104H V. S. Express 51 Wabash. St. L. & P 7 V.. St. L. & P., pref 15 Wells-Fargo Express 123 Western Union 84 81 83s; M3; V. S. Fours, reg 112 U. S. Fours, coup m' WEEKLY FINANCIAL REVIEW. Henry Clews, in his review of operations In Wall street. last week, says: "During the past week, notwithstanding the interruption of a holiday, there has been a distinct Improvement in the tone of business In Wall street. Its main ex pression has appeared In the covering of shorts, which has created a demand favor able to prices, while It Implies that the bears have discovered symptoms that be token a coming recovery in the market. The most pessimistic acknowledge that the passage of the tariff bill, viewed as an end of suspense, would have an important effect in the restoration of confidence; and the present situation of the measure in the Senate Is generally conceded to be favora ble to its final enactment some time during the current month. This view seems to be taken In business circles generally, and is having its effect in a more hopeful feeling, though not yet in any marked change in the volume cf mercantile transactions Wall street is quick to perceive this new ten dency, and its bear contingent shows its re spect for it. and hence the improving tone wo are able to record. "The introduction of the bank note ques tion into the House is attracting much in terest in financial circles. Though for some time it had ben regarded as an impending Issue, yet as its introduction at this sit ting of Congress has not been expected, it has not been counted as a factor af fecting immediate interests on the Stock Exchange. The question, however. Is now fairly raised for treatment, and can hardly fail to become an important factor bear- lng on the future of investments. Its dis cussion opens with a mere proposal to re store to the State banks their former abil ity to l?sue note3 under the existing bank ing laws of the several States, through re pealing the existinK tax of 10 per cent, upon any circulation put out by them; but the bank circulation question Is such a bro.d and burning one that it cannot possibly be treated In this narrow scope. ;lt lies at th( basis of any plan of currency reform thrt pretf nds to deal successfully with the inconsistencies, weaknesses and dangers th:,t surround our prewnt monetary ar rajgements. Whether It Is sought to kip ii chtck the htill remaining drift towards filler Inflation, cr to defrat the tendency tnleert.'tin h-ctious towards fiat money, or U J r.-lieve the national government of the etJbarrESomrnts growing out of a standing dJrnund Indebtedness of f.4).0iJ,lM in any 6Jj Uiw cases, or for all of them combined, there is no feasible way of accomplishing these oblects except through a very ma terial enlargement of the possible issuo of bank notes. This will soon be acknowledged to be the real scope and the chief significance of the bank note question; It therefore cannot fall, from this time- forward, tc attract profound interest in Wall-street circles. In view of the great Importance of the position which the bink note must. In future, occupy. It becomes a vital question what shall be Its nature, authorization, guarantee, and to what reg ulation shall it be subject. These are ques tions not to be lightly disposed of, and their consideration may occupy more time thin those now raising them in Congress seem to contemplate. Three cardinal ques tions will center around these points, (1) how far shall federal and State powers re spectively be tecognized in the construction and administration of the system; (2) shall the guarantee consist of bond collateral, following the precedent of the national bank act, or shall it be provided by pledge of the entire assets of the bank, with spe cial liability of the stockholders added; and (3) what arrangements shall be pro-" vlded for securing ready, economical and efficient redemption of the notes, when their volume Is superfluous. So far as this legis lation affords a reasonable hope of its pro viding a wholesome settlement of the cur rency question, it will prove a most valu able "contribution towards the strengthening of confidence in every form of investment. "The export of gold continues without abatement It now appears that this ex traordinary outflow is chiefly due to the preparations of the Austrian government for the restoration of gold payments, for although the contracts with bankers for supplying the gold have been long made, it seems that the actual delivery of the metal has been largely deferred until it was required for the act of resumption. "Tho various reorganization schemes now in progress will ultimately have an Im portant bearing on the market for the bet ter. At present their progress 13 slow, be cause of opposing factions and the de pressed condition of railroad traffic But these are only temporary difficulties, which will quickly disappear with any Improve ment in business. In this connection it will be well to keep in mind the recent unanimous decision of the Supreme Court of the United States limiting the power of State railroad commissions and prohibiting them from putting into effect unfair and unprofitable rates. This is one of the most important decisions affecting railroads an nounced In many years, for some States hod been so severe and arbitrary in their restrictions that they practically amounted to confiscation of property, at least so far as profits vere concerned. These, facts should be remembered by reorganization committees, for the reason that they ma terially affect the earning of profits by some of the embarrassed roads." Saturday Ilank Clearings. At Memphis New York exchange selling at $1 premium; clearings, $448,646; balances, $202,199. At New Orleans Clearings, Jl. 290.023. At St. Louis-Clearings, $3,571,9u9; this week. $19,880,681; corresponding week, 1893. $20,670,129; last week, $19,693,991; balances, $480,000; this week, $3,638,925; corresponding week, last year, $2,5S3,920; last week, $3, 083,341; money dull at 7 per cent. Exchange on New York, 90c premium. At Chicago Clearings, $14,530,000; total for week, $74,160,000; corresponding week last year, $33,604,000; foreign exchange quiet; sterling exchange, actual, $4.874 4.89V ; New York exchange, 70c premium; money steady; rates, 3H6 per cent. At Memphis New York exchange selling at $1 premium; clearings, $448,646; balances, $202,199. At New York CJearings, $91,675,330; bal ances, $6,472,166; for the week, clearings, $407,108,743; balances. $29,933,730. At Philadelphia Clearings. $13,943,990; bal ances, $1,394,266; for the week, $50,198,223; balances, $8,685,965. At Baltimore Clearings, $3,835,943; bal ances. $780,572; for the week, $13,2S9,440; bal ances, $2,592,548. At Cincinnati Money, per cent New York exchange, 80c premium. Clearings. $2, 023,100: for the week, $10,534,600; for the week last year, $12,100,&30. LOCAL GRAIN ANI PRODUCE. A Week of Dinappolutlne: Trade, with Few Chan Ren In Value. The trade of the week ending June 2 was disappointing in its volume. White no mer chant looks for as good trade as last year at the corresponding period, the volume of business the last six days did not reach even the expectations of those disposed to allow for the depression in business. In prices changes were few. Some descriptions of hog products were a little higher and Irish potatoes advanced 25 cents per barrel on account of a scarcity, strawberries sold higher than usual in May and June, and Messina oranges are now on the market. Tomatoes are coming in slow and poor. Receipts of poultry and eggs are moder ate and prices unusually steady. In staple groceries firmness is th? leading character istic. Sugars are a little weak and He lower than a week ago. The wool market is active and receipts the last week large, with prices weak and disappointing. The hide market is rather flat. Hardware mer chants report some improvement in trade. Druggists are having a fair trade In 0II3 and paints. The local grain market the last day or two has been more active. Corn and oats are in good demand. Seldom is the demand for oats more active. Receipts of all cereals are light. Track bids yesterday ruled as follows: Wheat No. 2 red. 52c; No. 3 red, 4Sc; rejected. 40j 50c; wagon wheat. 52c. Corn No. 1 white, 40Uc: No. 2 white, 40Uc; No 3 white. 40c for one color, 40c fcr grade; No. 4 white, 37c; No. 2 white mixed, 39c; No. 3 white mixed, 39c; No. 4 white mixed, 3Cc; No. 2 yellow, 38.c; No. 3 yellow, 38l4c; No. 4 yellow, 36;c; No. 2 mixed, 38Hc; No. 3 mixed, 37Ac; No. 4 mixed, 37c; ear corn, 41c. Oats No. 2 . white, S9c; No. 3 white, 38c; No. 2 mixed. 37c; No. 3 mixed, 3CV2C; rejected. 35rg37c. Rye Uo. 2, 52c for car lots; 45c for wagon rye. Pran, $12. Hay Choice timothy, $11.50; No. 1. $10.50; No. 2. $9.50; No. 1 prairie, $6.50; mixed, $3; clover. $77.50 per ton. l'onltry and Other Produce. (Prices Paid by Shippers.) Poultry liens, 6c per lb; spring chick ens, 1S34, 121il5c; turkeys, old toms, ?.c per lb; hens, Cc per lb; ducks. Cc per lb; geese, $4 per doz for choice. ' Kggs Shippers pay n Sc. Iiutter Choice,' 6fi8c; common, 334c Honey 16& 18c. Feathers Prime geese, 40c per lb; mixed duck, 20c per lb. Reeswax 20c for yellow; 13c for dark. Wool Medium unwashed. 13c; Cotswold and coarse combing, ll12c; tub-washed, 16Jr22c; burry and unmerchantable. 5&10c HIDES, TALLOW, ETC. Tallow No. 1 tallow, 4Uc; No. 2 yellow, 4c. Grease White, 4,,2c; yellow, 3Vc; brov:n, 2c. nones Dry, $1213 per ton. H lies No. 1 green hides, 2Tc; No. 1 G. S. hides, SUc; No. 2 G. S. hides, 2nc; No. 1 calf hides. 5c; No. 2 calf hides. 3c. Tlin JOnillMl TRADE. (The quotations given below are the selling prices of wholesale dealers.) Canned Goods. Peaches Standard 3-pound, $1.85(52; 3 pound reconds, $1.65SU0; 2-pound pie, $1.15 zl.20; California standard. $2.23:02.50; Cali fornia seconds: $1.85j2. Miscellaneous Iilackberries, 2-pouna. yoSc; raspberries, 2-pound, $1.251.35; pineapple, standard, 2 pound, $l.25(rtl.35; choice, $2'?i2.25; cove oysters, 1-pound full weight. 90u9c; light. G5.'fl-70e; 2-pound full. $1,8011.90: light. $1.10cD 1.20; string beans. S595c; Lima beans, $1.10 1.30; peas, marrowfat, $l.lv?fi.20; early June, $1.25'jl.50; lobsters. $1.S5''(2: red cher ries, $1.2031.25: strawberries. $f.20fi 1.30; sal mon (lbs), $1.452.20; 3-pound tomatoes, $1.03 (1 1.10. Candles and Nul. Candles Stick, 64c per lb; common mixed 6Hc; G. A. II. mixed. 7c; lianner mixed. 10c; cream mixed. 10c: old-time mixed, 7'.2C. Nuts Soft-shelled almonds. 18c; English walnuts, 15c. Prazll nuts. 12c; filberts, 11c; peanuts, roasted, 7ftSc: mixed nuts, 11c. Dried Frutti. Tigs Layer. 14Q13c per lb. Peaches Common sun-dried. $G10c per lb; California, HQ 15c; California fancy, 13 fclSc. Apricots Evaporated. 16SlSc. Prunes California, 7iZ12c per lb. . Currants 3Vs'J 4? per lb. Raisins Looe Muscatel, $1.1001.25 per box: London layer. $1.25-1.35 per box; Va lencia. SGSUc per lb; layer, 9&10c Coul and Coke. Anthracite coal, all sizes, $7.50 per ton; Pittsburg and Raymond City, $1.25 p?r ton; Jaokson. $1.25; block. $3.23; Island City. $3; Ulossburg and English cannel. $5. All nut coals 5oc blow above quotations. Coke Connellsville. $3.73 per load; crushed. $3.25 per load; lump, $3 per load. DruK- Alcohol. $2.1722-: asafetida. 40c; alum, 4Ii5c; camphor, 6.Sj65c; cochineal. 50'n'S5c; chloroform. 6o'uC5c; copperas, brls, 85c'n$l; cream tartar, pure. 2Gj2Se: Indigo, G5'oc; licorice, Calab., genuine. 3Dftt0o; magnesia, carb.. 2-02, 25 'a 35c ; morphine, P. & ., per oz. $2.50; madder, v 14'fi 16c; oil. castor, per gal. J1.2bff 1.3o; oil, beragmot, p?r lb. $3.25; opium, $3.25; quinine, 1. & W., per oz. 35' 4'k;; lalarn copaibK 60SG3c: soap, castile, Pr.. 12C-J 16o; soda, blchrb.. I'u&o; salts. Ep om, ivi5c; sulphur. ' flour, j6c; saltpeter, M2oc; turpentine, 36foc: glycerine, 14'u20c; iodids potassium, $J-t3.10; bromide potas sium, 40' 45o; chlorate potash, 20c; borax, 12?T14c; cinchonlda, 12015c; carbolic acid, 22'u2Cc. Oils Linseed, 51ft54c per gal; coal oil, le gal test. 7frl4c; bank. 40c; best straits, 30c; Labrador. 60c; West Virginia lubricating. 20630c; miners'. 45c. Lard oils Winter strained, in brls. 75c per gal; In half bar rels, 3c per gal extra. Dry Gooiln. Bleached Sheetings Androscoggin L, 6c; Berkeley, No. 60. &e; Cabot, ec; Capital, SVic; Cumberland, C4c; Dwignt Anchor, 7;c; Fruit of Loom, 7c; Farwell, 7c; Fitchvllle, 6ic; Full Width. 5Vic; Gilt Edge. 52c; Gilded Age. 7c; Hill. 7c; Hope, 6Vic; Linwood, 7lic; Lonsdale, 72c; Lonsdale Cambric, loc; Masonvllle. 7Vic: Peabody, 54c; Pride of the West, lllic; Qulnebaugh, Giac; star or trie nation. tc; Men tstrme, 5Vc; Pepperell, 9-4, 18c; Pepperell, 10-4, 20c; Androscoggin, 9-4, 2UVic; Androscoggin, 10-4, 22fec. lirown sneetings Atlantic a, i'2c; Ar gyle. loC Boott C, 4c; Buck's Head. 6c; Clifton CCC, 52c; Constitution, 40-inch, 7!oc; Carlisle. 40-lnch. 7c; Dwlsht Star, c; Great Falls E, 6c; Great Falls J, 5c; Hill Fine, "7c; Indian Head, 6,je: Lawrence LL, 4Vc; Lockwood 13, 5i.c; Pepperell it, 5?8c; Pepperell e, tlic; reppereii 9-4, 10c; rep perell. 10-4, 18c; Androscoggin, 9-4. lSVic; Androscoggin. 10-4, 20ic. Prints Alien dress styles, 4fc; Aliens staples. 4ic; Allen Tit. oc; Allen robes, 5c; American indigo, Ac; Arnold LLC, 7'jc; Cocheco fancy, 5c; Cocheco mad ders, 4ic; Hamilton fancy, 5'; Manches ter fancy, 52c; Merrimac iancy, bl-,c; Aler rlmac pinks and purples, 6c; Pacific fancy. 5Uc: Pacific robes. Cc: Pacific mourning. oic, Simpson Eddy stone, SVic; Simpson Ber lin solids, 5c; Simpson's oil finish, 6c; Simpson s grayn, 5; fcimpson's mourn ings, EV2C. . Gingnams Amosaeag staples, ituc; Amos- keag Persian Dress, 6HC; Bates Warwick Dress, 6'-c; Johnson BF Francis. SVic; Lan caster, 514c ; Lancaster Normandles, 6V2C; Carrolton, 4c; Renfrew Dress, 7c; Whit- tenton Heather, CVjc: uaicutta Dress styles. 5L-c Itidnnisnea cam Dries ruwarus, c; war ren, 2;c; Slater. 3;c; Genesee, 3c. Tickings Amoskeajf. ACA, 12c; Cones toga, BF, 13c; Cordis, U), 13'c; Cordis, FT. 12c: Cordis. ACK. 12',ic: Hamilton. awning, 10c; Kimono Fancy. 17c; Lenox Fancy, lie; Methuen, AA, 12c; Oakland, AF, 6c; Portsmouth. 11c; Susquehanna, 13c; Shetucket SV, 7&c; Shetucket F, Sc; Swift River, 5c. Grain Bags A mo sk eng. $13.50; American, $13.50; Franklin vllle. $16.50; Harmony. $13.50; Stark. $17.50. Grocerle. ers extra Coffee Good, 20V221c; prime. 2223c; strictly prime. 241126c; fancy green and yel low, 26fr2Tc; ordinary Java, 29i3oc; old gov ernment Java, 32S33c; roasted. Impound packages. 23c. Molasses and Syrups New Orleans mo lasses, fair to prime, 3040c; choice, 4045c; syrups, 2025c. Spices Pepper, 16313c; allspice, 1215c; cloves. 2025c: cassia, lOQUc; nutmegs. 700 80c per lb. Rice Louisiana, 4&51&c; Carolina, 40 Honey New York stock, 1-pound sections, 16fiflSc per lb.. 1 Beans Choice hand-picked navy, $1102.20 per bu; medium hand-picked, J2&2.10: llmas, California, 5c per lb. Salt In car lots, 90Q95c; small lots, $1 1.05. Shot $1.15'3 1.20 per bag for drop. Lead 6Hfx7c for pressed bars. Twine-Hemp. 1218c .per lb; wool, StfHOc; flax. 20ft 20c; paper, 15c; Jute, 12ftl5c; cotton, 16f?25c. Wooden Dishes No. 1, per 1.000, $2.20; No. 2, $2.50; No. 3, $2.f0; No. 5. $3.50. Flour Sacks (paper) Plain, 1-32 brl, per 1.000. $3.50; 1-16 brl. $5; brl. 3; brl. $15; No. 2 drab, plain, 1-32 brl, per 1.000, $4.25; 1-16. $6.50; $10; H. S20; No. 1 cream, plain, 1-22. per 1,000. $7: 1-16, $3.73; 4. $14.50; $28.50. Extra charge for printing. Woodenware No. 1 tubs, $6..Vff7; No. 2 tubs, $5.506; No. 3 tubs, 4.501i5; 3-hoop pails. $1.601.65; 2-hoop pails. $1.S51.40; double washboards, $2.25fi2.75; common washboards, $1.501.83; clothes pins, 5035c per box. Iron mid 8 t-el. Bar , iron, 1.50 1.60c; horseshoe bar, 2 3c: nail rod. 6c: plow slabs. 3c; American cast steel, 8c; tire steel, 2i3c; spring steel. Flour. Straight grades. $2.502.75; fancy grades. $2.75fT3; patent flour. $3.253.75; low grades, $L50ft2. Leather. 4 leather Oak sole, 28338c; hemlock sole, 22ft2$c; harness, 2C33Sc; skirting. 31Q32c; single strap. 41c; black bridle per doz, $60 Ti9o: fair bridle. SCO'S 7S per doz; city kip, 55'375c; French kip, 85ci$1.10; city calf skins. fScTiJl: Fiench calfskins. $11.80. Nnll mid llomenhoes. Steel cut nails. $1.23; wire nails, $123 rates; horseshv? per keg. $3.73; mule shoes, per keg. $4.75; horse nails. $435. Oil take. Oil cake, $25.25 per ton; oil meal, $25.25. Produce, Fruits nutl Vegetables. Oranges $2.7 3 25 3r box, according to size and quality Gooseberries $5& 5.50 per stand. String Beans Mobile round bean, $L50 L73; flat, $1.25 ft 1.50 per bu. Cabbage Baltimore, $1.73t?2 per brl. New Peas Illinois. $! ft 1.25; home grown, $1.50 per bu. Sweet Potatoes New, $3.50'g4 per brl. Florida Pineapples Medium, $1 per doz; extra size, $2. Bananas $1.230L73 per bunch, according to size and quality. Cheese New York full cream, 12314c; skims, 5Q7c rer lb. Tomatoes $2.503 Ir crate. Onions $3.504 per brl. Potatoes From car, 80S5c per bu; from store, 85390c per bu. Cucumbers 35340c per doz. New Irish Potatoes $4.50'a5 per brl. Strawberries Choice, $2.5033.50 per case, 24 quarts; common stock, $1.50&2. Provisions. Bacon Clear sides, 40 to 50 lbs average. 8Uc; 30 to 40 lbs average. $'2c; 20 to 30 lbs average. 8c; bellies, 25 lbs average, 8-3 SHc; 14 to 16 lbs average, 83 8c; 12 to- 15 lbs average, 939v;c; clear backs, 20 to 25 lbs average, 8Uc; 12 to 20 lbs average, 8UfiSc; 9 to 10 lbs average, SUc Shoulders English cured. 12 lbs average, 843?8Uc; 16 lbs average, 838V4c Hams Sugar cured, IS to 20 lbs average, 10U3io?4c; 15 lbs average. lUtiPic; 12'2 lbs average, liVillc; 10 lbs average, 12Uc; block hams, llU311Vzc; all first brands; sec onds, yttixC less. California Hams Sugar cured, 10 to 12 lbs average, 84 c. Boneless Hams Sugar cured, IO31OV2C. Pickled Pork Bean pork, clear, per brl, 200 lbs. $14313.50; rump pork. $12.50313. Breakfast Bacon Clear firsts, 121s3l3c; seconds, 1023Hc. Lard Kettle-rendered, In tierces, SV3 S?8c; pure lard, 83$!c; cotton oleo, 6Uc Seeds. Clover Choice recleaned, CO-lh, $3.5035.75; choice. $2312.15; strictly prime. $232.10. Blue grass fancy. 14-lb,$l.isfi 1.30;extra clean, S5S2) 90c. Orchard grass Fxtra, $1.6531.75. Red top Choice, 55365c: extra clean. 3S340c. En glish bluegrass. 24 lb bu. $2.7332.85. Tinners Supplies. Best brand charcoal tin IC. 10T714. 14'??20, 12312. iC.lil; IX. 10314, Hfi20. 12U2, $8,503) 9; IC, 14320, roofing tin, $3.753 6; lC, 2023, $11.50312; block tin, in pigs. 25c; in bars. 27c; Iron 27 It iron. 3c; C iron. 4c; galvanized. 70 per cent, discount. Sheet zinc, 536c. Copper bottoms, 20c. Planished cogpes, 24c. Solder, 13316c. ll CAL-EST AT IS TItAXSFEIW. Fonrteen Transfers Saturday, with a Total Consideration of SIO.KH). Instruments filed for record in the r corder's office of Marion county, Indiana, for the twenty-four hours ending at 5 p. m.. June 2, 1891, as furnished by Theo. Stein, abstracter of titles. Hartfcrd Block. No. SI East Market street. Trovilla H. K. Evans, commissioner, to Romelia F. Tevls. lot 4, in John son's subdivision of square 28, in Johnson's heirs addition $3.t0 Syndicate Land Company to Dora R. Hutton. lot 19, in square 12, in Tuxedo Park. 125 Elliha L. Frazier to Walter L. Howe et al., part of lot 26, in Downey & Ohmer's Woodland Park addition to Irvington 2.400 John Curran to Margaret Kervan et al., lot 105, in Daugherty's suIkII-vl.-dcn of outlot 99 1.C50 London T. Dlckerson to Jacob W. Dickerson, lot 3J4. In Fletcher's Woodlawn addition 1,600 Syndicate . Iand Company to Luther Dawson, lots 5. 6 and 7, in square 5, In Tuxedo Park l.COO Louis T. Wilcox to Charles J. Gard ner, lot 3uS, in Mccarty's eighth West-side addition 1,730 Newton Wilson to De Motte Wilson, lot 12. in Fatrhun?t addition 250 James H. Dillinger to Churles G. Walter, et al.. lot 2. In Fletcher's subdivision of Fletcher's Oak Hill adiiition 800 John C Karn itz to George W. Bruce, lot 212. in Fletcher's Woodlawn ad dition 1,200 John H. Buh to Kmlly K. Kennedy, lot 5. In square 7, In North Indian oiolis 2C0 John H. Bush to James W. Kennedy, lot 4. In tquare 7, In North Indlan aiKlis 250 John M. Hatton et al. to Charles M. Rock and wife, lot 1. In Coojer's subdivision or Johnson & Ilog shlre's East Washington-street ad dition 4,(00 Thoenlx Savings and Ixan Associa tion to Emma V. Brown, lot 2, in Schurmann's addition 523 Transfers, it; consideration $19,100 Sugars Hard sugars, 41450; confection- ' a. f'Hi ,fv A. 3Tt,4c; C, 2Ts'aW, yeuow v, jyic; dark yel- H ""Vi TW.'witVf, xiifeJi.i., munr, .!, IIIIIC, J3.75'16; Alsike. choice, JS.S.'-mSJS; Alfalfa, choice, $3.2535.55. Timothy, 45-lb bu. choice. SHOWED LITTLE LIFE CHICAGO MARKET DULL ALL DAY, "WHEAT CLOSING HIGHER. . After Morrow Fluctuations Corn and Oats Also Advanced Slightly anil Provisions Declined. CHICAGO, June 2.-Excessive dullness was the feature in wheat to-day, July clos ing c higher, after a range of gC Lack of offerings and rumors of the settlement of the coal strike caused the steadiness. July corn closed Vac higher, July oats Mc higher and provisions slightly lower all around. Trading In wheat was almost exclusively local, and small at that. Opening trades were at He loss, and after selling up c, worked back Uc, advanced VsSUc, and closed at the top. The early cables and Argentine failure were Inclined to create an easy feeling at the start, but the mar ket firmed up a little, being influenced to some extent by the news from New York that a settlement of the coal strike was being arranged. This caused some of the room traders who sold early to cover later, and a prominent local trader was credited with moderate buying. There was very little crop news at hand, as was the case yesterday, but the Southwest was said to be selling moderately here to-day. Corn was very dull, but steady within a range of 4c. The steadiness of wheat helped the price. Oats were steady within Mc range on moderate buying. July closed at the top. Provisions were weak early on liberal hog receipts and lower prices at the yards. Trade was very dull and within a narrow range. Compared with last nlsht July pork Is lCc lower. July lard .02&c lower and July ribs .02V2C lower. Freight rates were steady at lc. for corn and oats to Buffalo. A few charters were made to Port Huron at Uic for corn and oats. Estimated receipts for Monday are: Wheat, 55 cars; corn, 600 cars; cats, 140 cars. Leading futures ranged as follows: Open- High- Low- Clo Articles. lng. est. est. lng. Wheat-June .. 53 54 53 54 July 55 55H , 53 55 Sept 56 57Vi 56. 57 Corn June 37 37 374 374 July ..... 37 38 37 34 iif ; 3S Sept. .... S8 38 Oats June ...... 34 34 ' July 31 21 Sept. .... 26 26 38 34 31 26 26 Pork July ....411.77 $11.80 $11.70 $11.72 Sept 11.85 1L85 , 11.82 11.82 Lard June . . ... .... Q.65 July 6.70 6.70 6.67 6.70 Sept 6.75 6.75 6.72 6.75 Sh't ribs July.. 6.12 6.12 6.05 6.10 Sept 6.12 6.12 6.10 6.10 Cash quotations were as follows: Flour Winter patents, $2.S(K'2.90; winter straights, $2.4032.60; spring patents. $3.1033.50; spring straights, $2.2032.60; bakers', $1,7032. No. 2 spring wheat, 53Ts354c; No. 3 spring. 53(g) 56c; No. 2 red, 53 Vi 54c. No. 2 corn, 37c; No. 3 yellow. 38c. No. 2 oats, 34c; No. 2 white. 3737c; No. 3 white, S6ffl37c No. 2 rye, 4Sc. No. 2 barley, nominal; No. 3, 51352c; No. 4. 49c. No. 1 flaxseed, $L33. Prime timothy seed, $3.90. Mess pork, per brl. $11.67TxlL79. Lard, per lb, 6.67c. Short-rib sides (loose). 6.103 6.12c; dry salt ed shoulders (boxed). 5.6235.87; shwrt clear sides (boxed), 6.5036.75c. Whisky, dis tillers' finished goods, per gallon. $1.1. On the Produce Exchange to-day1 the but ter market was steady and unchanged. Eggo steady and unchanged. - Receipts Flour, 14,000 brls; wheat, 21,000 bu: corn, 405.000 bu; oats. 332.000 bu: rye. 1.000 bu; barley, 17,000 bu. Shipments Flour, 12,000 brls: wheat, 34,000 bu; corn, 220.000 bu; oats, 209,000 bu; rye, 5.000 bu; barley, 5.000 bu. AT NEW YORK. Haling Prices In Produce nt the Sea board's Commercial Metropolis. NEW YORK, June 2. Flour Receipts, 21,100 brls; exports, 19,300 brls; sales, '3,200 packages. The market was quiet and about steady; no export demand. City mill pa tetv $4.0504.30; winter patents, $3.25'S:3.35; city mill clears, $3.5533.60; winter straights, $2.602.95; Minnesota patents,' $3.403.85; winter extras, $2Q2.50; Minnesota bakers', $2.10$3.4O; winter low grades. $1.6032.05; spring low grades, $1.G01.85. Southern flour dull; common to fair extras, $22.30; good to choicp extras, '$2.603.50. Rye flour Arm; superfine, $2.702.85; fancy. $2.8553.05. Buckwheat flour nominal. Buck wheat dull; range, 6S'375c. Corn meal quiet; yellow Western. $2.6S2.70; Brandy wine, $2.70. Bye nominal; State, 55c; Jersey, track, 52?53c. Barley nominal; Canada, 67c. Bar ley malt steady; Western, 6780c; Canada, 90g95c; six-rowed, 83ft 85c. Wheat Exports,' 56,900 bu; sales," 970,000 bu futures, 8,000 bu spot. Spot market was steady. No. 2 red, in store and elevator, 56c; afloat, 565jj'&57c delivered; f. o p., 57c. Options opened surprisingly firm on foreign buying and better continental ad vices. Shorts were run In and prices ad vanced sharply, reacted again, but rallied on firmer late cables and closed at c net advance. June closed at 56c; July, 57 7-16 i57c, closing at 57c; September, 59 C0c. closing at 60c; December, 63j3 7-16c, closing at 63c. . Corn Receipts, 18,000 bu; exports, 82,900 bu; sales, 90,000 bu futures, 8,000 bu spot. The spot market was dull; No. 2, 42c, In elevator; yellow, 42c. The option market was steadier with wheat, but ruled very dull and closed unchanged to c net de cline; June closed at 42c; July, 4343c, closing at 43c; August closed at 43"sc; September. 44U44c, closing at 44Uc Oats Receipts, 162,000 bu; exports, 400 bu. The spot market was firm on mixed; none here; white steady; No. 2, 43c bid; No. 2 delivered, 44c; No. 3, 42c; No. 2 white, 44e; No.. 3 white, 43c; track mixed Western, 43i'44c; track white Western, 43fa47c; track white State, 4347c. Options were stronger on covering of shorts and closed. $81 c higher; June closed at 40c; July, 38'g) 38c, closing at3S3sC; September closed at 32'4c. Hay steady; shipping. 60T65c; good to choice, 704i 87c. Hops dull; State, common to choice, 9&16c; Pacific coast. 1217c. Hides Inactive; wet salted New Orleans, selected, 45 to 65 lbs, 4l4Tc; Texas se lected. 35 to 50 lbs, 4Gc; Buenos Ayres, do. 20 to 24 lbs. 10llc; Texas, dry. 24 to 30 lbs, 5c. Leather dull; hemlock sole, Buenos Ayres, light to heavy weights, 15 18c. Beef quiet; family, $10.5012.50; extra mess, $8; beef hams, $18; city extra India mess. $17I20. Cut meats steady; pickled bellies, 6it7c; pickled shoulders, 5c; pickled hams, loc. Lard dull; Western steam closed at 7.05c asked; June, 7.05c and nominal; July. 7.05c and nominal; refined, dull; continent, 7.50c; S. A., 7.80c. Pork quiet and steady: new mess, $13 13.25; extra prime. $12.5018; family, $13fc 13.50; short clear, $13.50315.50. Butter fair; Western dairy, 91il2c; West ern creamery, 13ft 17c; Western factory, 6 11c; Elgnls, 17c; State dairy, 12&i6c; State creamery, 14'al7c. Cheese weak; State, large, 899c; small. S39c; part skims, 3li7c; full skims, 2 6 3c. Eggs firm; State and Pennsylvania. 12'? 13c; Western fresh. Ilfal2c; Southern, cases, $2.50:3. Receipts, 2,350 packages. Tallow quiet and steady; city ($2 for packages), 4c; country (packages free), 4T;c Cotton-seed oil dull and nominal; prime crude. 2St29c; off crude. 26fT28c; yellow but ter grades, 35c; choice yellow. 33c; prime yellow, 32c; yellow off grades, 31332c; prime white. 36'ti37c. Coffee Options opened dull; October 10 points advance and other months ruled to 5 points advance, broke sharply, closed barely at 5 net decline to 10 points advance. Sales, 5,500 bags, tncludlng: June, 14.25 15c; July. 14.8v?i 14.85c; August. 14.35314.4oc; Sept. 13.801 :13.ijc; October, 13.5O13.60c; De cember, 13.15c. Spot coffee Rio quiet: No. 7. 15c. Mild dull: Cordova. 19tT19Uc. Sales, none. Warehouse deliveries yesterday, 12.003; New York stock to-day, 156,259 bags; total visible for the United States, 291.671, against 4-3.107 baes for last year. Sugar Raw firm and quiet; fair refining, 2c; centrifugal. 90 test. 2c. Sales, none. Rettned quiet and steady: No. 6. 3i3 9-16c; No. 7, 3 5-ir,-n32c; No. 8. 3V;i3M6c: No. dam A, 3 li-ib'uJ'sc; conrectloners A. 3 ll-16ft375c; cut loaf. 434 13-16o; crushed. 4ii4 13-16c; powdered. 434 5-16c; granu lated. 3 13-lCi4c; cubes, 4ft4 5-16c. Rice steady: domestic fair to extra, 436c; Japan. V.ifiAr)c. Molasses steady; New Orleans open kettle, good to choice, 29336c TRADE IS GEXEHAL. Quotations nt St. Louis, Philadelphia,' Ilalttmore and Other Points. ST. LOUIS, June 2. Flour quiet and steady. Wheat steady and practically un changed; No. 2 red, cash and June. 51c; July, 52c; August. 52352c; September, 53 c. Corn neglected and about unchanged; No, 2 mixed, cash and June, 35c; July, 9, 3 3-16V3 3-8C; o. 10, 3 1-lb33c; No. 11. 3i3 3-16c; No. 12, 2 15-1633c; No. 13. 2Il-16c; off A. 3'y3c: mold A. 4f4 5-16c: stan- 35Tsc; September, 36c. Oats easy: No. 2 cash and June, 36c; July, 29c; August, 26c; September. 26c Rye No. 2 red, 45c. Barley No trading. Bran firm. Flaxseed nominally $1.12. Clover seed. $5Q6.70; tim othy, $3.504. Hay dull; prime to choice timothy, $15039.50. Butter easy; strictly fancy creamery. 17318c Eggs firm. Corn meal, jl.9512. Whisky, $LMiL15. Bagging, 636c Cotton ties, $1. Provisions easy and loc lower. Pork Standard mess, job bing. $12.25. Lard Prime steam. 6.45c; choice, 6.60c Dry-salted meats Looe shoulders. 5.75c; longs and ribs. 6.20c; shorts, 6.35c. Bacon Packed shoulders, 6.75c; longs, 6.87c; ribs, 7c; shorts, 7.12c Receipts Flour, 3.000 brls; wheat, ll.OoO bu; corn, 113.0i0 bu; oats. 26.000 bu: Shipments Flour, 2,000 brls; wheat, 200 bu; corn, K),- 000 bu; oats, 14,000 bu. PHILADELPHIA, June 2. Flour weak; transactions small. Wheat firm under stronger reports from other grain centers, but very little trading. No. 2 red, June, 55356c; July, 564i56c; August, 57iW 57c; September, &t'350c Corn dull but steady; No. 2 yellow, for local trade, 433! 46c; No. 2 mixed, June, 42343c; July, 42343c; August, 43343c; September, 43 344c. Oats Receipts liberal and -market dull and weak. Ungraded white, 42c; No. 2 white, part on track, 42c; do regular, 42Hc; No. 2 white, June, 42342c: July. 42343c; August, 35336c. Butter firm and quiet; fancy Western creamery, 17c; do Pennsylvania prints, 17c: do jobbing. 18321c. Egg's firm and in fair demand; fresh near, 13c; do Western, 12c; exceptional lots, 13c. Receipts Flour. 2.625 brls and 2,700 sacks; wheat, 3.0U0 bu; corn, 2.010 bu; oats, 20.000 bu. Shipments Wheat 1.800 bu; corn, 52,500 bu; oats, 11,500 bu. BALTIMORE, June 2. Flour dull: re ceipts, 2,762 br'.s; shipments, 6.144 brls; sales, 225 brls. Wheat dull: spot, 55355c; July, 56336c; August, &7&57V4C; steamer No. 2 red, 523ti2c; receipts, 25,741 bu; stock, 500.208 bu; sales, 105,0i bu; milling wheat, by sample, 53$j56c. Corn dull and easy; spot, 44c bid; July, 43c bid; steamer mixed, 42342c; receipts, 8,864 bu; shipments. 25.- 143 bu; stock, 74.496 bu; sales. 5.00J bu; Southern corn, by sample, 40347c; Southern corn, on grade, 4Cc bid. Oats strong; No. 2 white Western, 4445c; No. 2 mixed Western. 43a43c; receipts, 7,000 bu; stock, 15.813 bu. Rye dull; No. 2. F356c Hay steady; good to choice timothy, $14.503 h. Grain freights quiet and steady and un changed. Sugar weak; granulated c lower. Butter steady. Eggs firm; fresh, 12c. Cheese weak. MINNEAPOLIS, June 2.-Receipts of wheat to-day were lll.C61bu; shipments. 17,500 bu. Th production of the mills u?ed up for the day some 35,00 to 40.WX) bushels more than the surplus of receipts above shipments. The market closed: June and July, 57c; September, 54?,c. On track: No. 1 hard, 60c; No. 1 Northern, 59e; No. 2 Northern. 57c. The flour market was steady, with sales made from $2.3032-50 for patents, $22.35 for bakers. Flour ship ments were 48,514 brls ror tne aay. itojui tion. about 31,000 brls. Decrease for the week In Minneapolis public elevator supplies was 136,760 bu for the week. TOLEDO. June 2. Wheat steady; No. 2 cash and June. 53c; . July, 54c; August. 55c; September, 56c Corn dull and steady; No. 2 cash, 38c; No. 2 yellow, 39c Oats quiet; No. 2 mixed, 36c bid; No. 2 white. 37c. Rye dull; cash.' C5c. Clover seed steady; prime cash. $5.50; October, $4.70 bid. ,$4.72 asked. Receipts-Flour, 500 brls; wheat, 15,500 bu; corn, 3.000 bu; rye. 500 bu. Shipments Flour, 1.500 brls; wheat. 40.000 bu; corn, 3,500 bu; oat. 1.CO0 bu; rye, 500 bu. CINCINNATI. June 2. Floar easy. Wheat dull; No. 2 red. 52c; receipts, 5'JO bu; ship ments, none. Corn weak; No. 2 mixed, 40c. Oats quiet; No. 2 mixed, 39339c Re nom inal; No. 2. 52c Provisions nominal and unchanged. Whisky steady; sales. 392 brls at $1.15. Butter steady. Sugar easy. Eggs strong at 12c. Cheese easy. DETROIT, June 2. Closing about steady. Wheat No. 2 white. 55c; No. 8 red, 51c; No. 2 red. 53c; July, Slvlc; Aueust, 55Mc; September, 56c Corn No. 2. 40c. Ca's No. 2 white. 40c;. No. 2 mixed, 3Sc Receipts Wheat, LlOO bu; corn, 3,500 bu; oats, 11, 000 bu. Oils. . NEWi YORK. June 2.--Petroleum steady; United closed at 87c; Washington barrels, 6c;. Washington bulk. 3.50c; refined New York, 5.15c; Philadelphia and Baltimore, 5.10c; Philadelphia and Baltimore bulk, 2.60c Rosin firm; strained common to good, 1.32 -L37c. Turpentine firm at 203oOc WILMINGTON. June 2. Rosin firm; strained, 87c; good, 92c. Spirits of tur pentine quiet at 27c Tar firm at $1.25. Tur pentine firm; hard, $1; soft, $L70; virgin, $2.15. Cotton. LIVERPOOL, June 2. Cotton Spot, mod erate business; American middling, 4 l-16d. The sales of the day were 10.000 bales, of which 1,000 were for speculation and ex port and Included 7,600 bale3 American. Re ceipts, 4,000 bales, Including 3,600 bales American. NEW ORLEANS, June 2. Cotton steady; sales, spot, 500 bales; receipts, 2.413 bales; exports, Great Britain, 3,960 bales; conti nent, 8,717 bales; stock, 83,995 bales. j " Metals. NEW YORK. June 2. Pig iron dull; Scotch, $19.50322.50; American. $11313.50. Cop per quiet; lake, 9c. Lead quiet and easier; domestic, 3.10c Tin nominal; market firm.. Spelter nominal. ST. LOUIS, June 2. Lead lower; late June and July delivery, 3.05c. Spelter dull at 3.20c. 1 Wool. NEW YORK, Jun-e 2. Wool fairly active; domestic fleece, 19325c; pulled, 2u328c L1VC STOCK. Cattle Scarce nnd Quiet Hog Steady Sheep S Irons:. INDIANAPOLIS, June 2. Cattle Re ceipts, 100; shipments, 200. There were but few fresh arrivals. The' market was quiet at about previcus prices. All sold. Exports of heavy weights $4.0034.40 Good to choice shippers 3.6O'3.90 Fair to medium shippers 3.35y3.5i) Common shippers 2.85'(i3.2) Feeders, 900 to 1,100 lbs 3.1033.4J Stockers, 500 to 800 lbs 2.50'u3.00 Good to choice heifers 3.0O'a3.35 Fair to medium heifers ....r 2.6532.85 Common thin heifers 2.0vy,2.50 Good to choice cows 2.85'a3. Fair to medium cows 2.3532. 65 Common old cows 1.00.02. 00 Veals, good to choice 3.5',u4.50 Vears, common to medium 2. 5033.50 Bulls, common to medium 1.752. Bulls, good to choice 2.40a 2.& Milkers, good to choice 30.003'lO.Oi) Milkers, common to medium .0025.09 Hogs Receipts, 2,500; shipments, 1,700. The quality was generally good. The mar ket opened active at steady ' prices and closed quiet, with all sold. 'Heavy packing and shipping $4.6514.73 Mixed 4.6034.70 Light $4.60414.70 Heavy roughs 3.504.30 Sheep and Lambs The market was strong on all decent grades. Good to choice sheep and year lings $3.0033.50 Fair to medium sheep and year lings ..: ; 2.5002.80 Common thin sheep and yearlings.. 2.0032.30 Bucks, per head 2.0033.50 Spring lambs 3.04X&1.&0 .V Elsevrliere. EAST LIBERTY, June 2.-Cattle Re ceipts light. The market was steady. Prime, $4.3034.60; good. $3.9034.10: stood butchers, $3.6033.90; rough fat. $3.2533.65; good fat cows and heifers, $2.5o7 3.40; bulla and stags. $2riZ; veal calves, $1124.50. Hogs Receipts light. The market was slow and a shade lower, with demand light. Western receipts are heavy and market weak. Best Philadelphias, $4.9535; best Yorkers. $4.9034.95; common to fair York ers, $4.8034.85; piffs and good heavy sows, $4.25& 4.50; stags and roughs sows. $3.5033.75. Sheerj Supply light. The market was steady for good grades, while common are dull and hard to sell. Extra, $3. hod' 4; good, $3.5533.70; fair, $2.60Q3.20; common. 50cD $1.50; yearlings, $2.5031.30; lambs, $3.5035.4'). LOUISVILLE. June 2. Cattle The mar ket closed slow at 15325c lower than Mon day. A fair clearance of all grades was made. Extra snipping. $3.tk3J.; light shipping. $3,253 3.50; best butchers, $3.45 3.50; feeders. $2.75'u3.25. Hogs The market was slow and 5c low er. Choice packing and butchers, $1.60; fair to good packing, $4,553 4.60; good to extra light. $4.5 4.60; roughs. $434.25. Sheep and Lambs The market was dull. Good to extra shipping sheep. $3'!x3.25; fair to good. $2.753 3: extra spring lambs, $4.2534.5'); fair to good spring lambs, $134.50. KANSAS CITY, June 2. Cattle Receipts. 2.6W; shipments, Too. The market was steady to strong. Texas steers, $2.4of3.75; Texas cows. J2ti3.20; beef steers, $3.35''i 4.W; native cows, $1.3533.50; stockers and feed ers. $333.85; bulls, $2.2533. Hogs Receipts. 8.5J0; shipments, 4.100. The market was weak to 5c lower. Bulk of sales. $l.40'a4.45; heavies, $4.4534.57; packers. 4.4."34.5i; mixed. $4,355x4.55; liht. $4.303 4.45; Yorkers, $18.104.22.168o; pigs, $1,153 4.40. Sheep Receipts, 900; shipments, 1.300. The market was steady. ST. LOUIS, June 2. Cattle Receipts. 200; shipments, 700. The market was nom inally steady at Friday's prices. Hogs Receipts, 3,ltv; shipments, 2.100. The market was 5c lower. Top price, $1.65 for good heavy and medium weights. Sheep Receipts, 400; shipments. 100. The market was firm and nominally un changed. CHICAGO. June 2. The Evening Jour nal reports: Cattle Receipts. I.wjo, twenty two cars gras Westerns and one car Tex- THE IMAMPOLIS OURflAL Daily, Sunday 0 Weekly And The Journal is first of all a news paper. Its primary object is to publish the news, ami to procure this it spares no pains or expense. 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IncluJing SUNDAY, one year, by mall SUNDAY only, one year, by mall... WEEKLY, one year, by mall cents cents cents cents $2.00 fe.00 10.00 2.0) LOO Reduced RatestoClubs, Subscribe with any of our nu merous agents, or send subscrip tions to . w; i j- . : THE JOURNAL NEWSPAPER CO ans; shipments, 3G3. The market was strong, l'rlme to extra native steerH, JM3'p 4.M); medium. S.l.&'tf 4.10; others. $3.I'4.; Texans, $3.1ri3.jQ. Hogs Receipts, 19.000; shipments. 7.0W. The market was 5c lower, hough havy, $4.2&ii4.40; packers and mlxel. $!.&xi t.7; prime heavy and butcher weights. K70Jj 4.S5; assorted light, Jl.&'u 4.70. BUFFALO. June 2 Cattle Receipts. S cars. Nothing doing. Hogs Receipts. Vi cars. The market oienl weak and &10c lower. Milium and heavier, R5; Yorkers, Jl.&4.yju; pigs. Jt.l&.ftS; mixed load, I1.&5; all sola; closing a shade stronger. CINCINNATI, June 2. nogs weaker at J11i4.SU. Receipts. 2.: shipments, &W. Cattle steady at l2.2ilii.lo. Receipts. 4j0; shipments. U. Sheep steady at tWji. Receipts, 5,l0; shipments. -4.). Lambs active and strong er at Ji.TI15.tiG. lodiaiiayulla Ilurso and Jlule Market. .Horses Heavy draft, good to extra $&31C0 Drivers, good to extra wyiii SSaddlers. good to extra (XluO fetreeters, good to extra tX4' C Matched teams, good to extra 1j2jo Southern horses and mares SSJ GJ Extra, style and action bring Letter prices. Mul 14 hands. 4 to 7 years old 45 14i hands, extra. 4 l 7 years old.... 40. li 15 hands, extra. -4 to 7 years old CV 75 15 hands, good. 4 to 7 years old Up 0J hands, extra. 4 to 7 years old.... SkliW hands, good. 4 to 7 years old da W IS to lC'i handi. good to extra, 4 to 1 years old... 10012S U.J.1HA.J