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THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, t APRIL 22, 1897.
Safety Deposit Vaults Absolut?!? Fire ;tr.l Iiursljr Proof. For the safe keeping of r.on., Jewelry, Heir looms. Stocks. Keepsake.-, Letters. Valuable Papers, Money. Diamonds. Silverware, Sealskin Coats and valu tbles of all kinds. Special Department for Women. $5 a year and tip. THE INDIANA TRUST COMPANY AVunhii'Kton St. nnd Virginia Ave. Notice to Stockholders Indianapolis. April 21. 1W. Notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Indiana Trut Company of Indianapolis will be held at the offices of the company on Monday, May C. 1S97, at 2 o'clock p. m.. for the pur pose of electing eleven directors for the en suing year. JOHN A. BUTLER, Secretary INDIANA TRUST CO. THE L. A. KINSEY CO. INCORPORATED. CAPITAL, $113,000 FULL PAID. -imOKLUS- Chicago Grain and Provisions New York Stocks. Long DL? ice Telephone. 1275 and 1532. 11 and 13 AY est Pearl Street Cincinnati Office. Rocms 4 and 5. Kankakee b'ld'g-. SECURITIES IN DEMAND LONDON' TAKING MOItE INTEREST IX AMERICAN 3IOUTGAGES. War Situation Largely Dominate the StoclC Market Local Hasinesa Betrays New Life. At New York yesterday money on call "was easy at lU'SlVa I'1" cent.; last loan, li closed offered at l'.ilHs Per cent. Prime mercantile paper, Z-si P?r cent. Sterling exchange easier, with actual busi ness In bankers' bills at f &4.SS!i for de mand, and at iLSHHsli i.Sb)i for sixty days; posted rates. J4.jj7ij-i.S7V3 . and. ll.JW'.vsjt.by; commercial bills. $&ti-Sti. SirVer certificates. eiTiJtCSTi bar silver, 1 15-lSc. Mexican dollars, 4y,c. At London bar silver closed at 2Sid per ounce. Total sales of stocks were 173,610 shares, Including the following: American Tobacco, 3,3); American Sugar, 26,500; Burlington, 14..VX); Chicago Gas, 14,100; Delaware & Hud son, 4.2jQ; Louisville & Nashville. 10,tx; New York Central. 6,200; Reading, 13.GU0; St. Paul. 17.000; Western Union, 4.400; New Jersey Central, 14,100; silver certificates, $15,IM. The European war situation continues to largely dominate the course of the market for stocks on this side, as was shown by the uick adjustment to the London parity in the quotations at the opening of yester day's New York Stock Exchange. The day was without special developments other wise outside of special movements in indi vidual - stocks. London showed a further fractional advance for American securities, and this was probably due In part to the Iut that Tuesday's London prices were fcomewhat depressed by the excessive de pression existing In New York on Mon day. Prices for Americans continued to im prove In London during the day, and there was some buyingfor London account here, The result has been that prices here have recovered the loss sustained on Monday, ami are very generally above Saturday's close to the extent o a varying: fraction. Trading was dull, however, outside some special cases, dealers having -apparently been convinced by their experience of Mon day, when they acted without any foreign xchangea to take their cue from and largely oversold the market on the war news, that they did not understand much about the Eastern question and that they would prefer to await a clearer compre hension before buying or selling further. The impresfeiveness of Monday's experience was oernonstrate?. by the email dealings yesterday, by the narrowness of the fluc tuations and by tne closo adherence to the London parity ir. tho price of the Inter national shares. The total sales for the day were less thf.n 2UO.00U shares. A notable joint In the day's market for stocks was that It moved In harmony with tho wheat market, though within a narrower range. This was contrary to the tendency hitherto shown ever since the beginning of the present war scare, and was perhaps due in part to the Influence of domestic crop con ditions on the wheat market. The day's K"in In tho railway list generally were contined to fractions, in the coalers some larger gains were noticed, due in some measu-e to manipulation to pinch the snares, but influenced also by reports of plans for more economical marketing of the coal output. The extreme gains were: New Jersey Central. Z; Delaware & Hudson. 2,4. and gains of a point or over in other coal stocks. In the grangers Burlington crossed St. Paul and ruled a traction higher during the day. Tnero was some erratic movements in Illinois Steel, which broke Zx$ and rallied 2 points. On the recovery it Jumped once a point and apraln V on suc cessive sales. No news was forthcoming regarding tho .property. The local gas utocks also thownl soue very erratic vari ations on conflicting reports from Albany, but closed with a net gain oti 2 for Con solidated Gas and 1U for Hrooklyn Union. Tobacco was weak early in the day on reports of opposition projects', but closed with an improvement of Leather pre ferred was exceptionally weak, and ended with a loss of IV in spite of occasional ve-ik rallies. Sujrar gained li on published reports of steps iKdn,- taken to secure con trol of the beet-sugar output. Chicago lias, after numerous fluctuations, closed with a fractional g.iin. A bid of Sl. was registered for New York & Harlem against the last previous sale at 300. The stock closed at 310 bid and C20 asked. The bond market ruled firm and hlsher. 1th a lack . .future In the prominent w Issues Among tne inactive liens some noteworthy variation occurred. Including Lehigh i Wilkesbarre consols, which rose 5 per cent, to 'M. Hocking Valley fell 2'i rer cent. Trading was l?s active, but a more general variety of issues were dealt In. The ajrprreernte sales wer S'Il.nw. Government 1-or.ds gained slightly on pur chases of j.n.ooo. The folio a Ins table. irt pared by I.. W. Louis. JUicrn 11. lioanl ct Tra.le, rh"vis the ranje or dictation: Open- High- Low- Clos . , et. est. Inc. Adams Lxf'rcir. j-,, Alton .t T-Te Hute Anerlean Kxirvys HI American Sftrtts m, j jp- American spirits iref Anvrk-an Hu-ir 112 nr 112 ii3t mer1.-ai Siiirtr" pref j,.-, mtrt:an Tobacco kjv 7 7,,- Arr.' iiMi Tobacco prff il4 Aichi-n !; if i't 1 ,a ltJtnor- Ohio... ivZ Canada Pacific ; Canada Southern 471, 471., jij j-,- O-ntril Pacific , ..." 71 ChiMk & Ohif. lu", u ltj: j.; 4 t'r.iv:j Alton C. I- J li 7' Ti-s, V. 1 I. .ref t .. Chlcac' Gas 1 SJ; mi, kiv 1.. I, tv t. L. . Is. Cmmrct.il i'.-d-le Co . CVn.lM.iud (la .... .... .... r .... :.J cvttt.n rt 1 tto.-i inl ft l awnr A.- llu'!.n L. YV I-nv-r ft I'.l. iran ie lJ. hver .N: Itlo Urd-i l pref Krie Jlrle tliTt lrrf Jlrlf nm n.l pref rrt Wavne Cnt-ril Kletrlc 3V Crtat N'rthern ref .... 1,1 If.' 12 " 31J H -kin2 VuUtT li;in l entral Li Ho Krle t Wrrtfm.. . . . .... 14 ft 4 m 1 ltke Kri Ac West'-m pref MX fn.r la'l Trut iuisvnif & Ninhviit... - A 41 JTanlcittan M5 S4vi Michigan iVntral MlFrcurt I'.iclf.r !'." l'.'i l.'.S. N-vir Jrr tVntral 7 1 H)"t 7' Ntw Yor Central aS'-j &y,a 59 I 37 12 34 H 1044 i:.4i 13 m 1 r v it 138 14'i 21 8' r. is 40 IP 4 63i 4 101 "t IIP 112i l2-"4i 124i 3IH lOU'a 34 104' 54 103 2" I'atiflc Mill !'oria. D. & li P.. & St. 1 iref Pullman I'alee ICeadln Pock lFlanl St. Paul St. a.'il j.ref Pt. Pa-il iV Omaha St. ThuI x- Omaha iref.... S-:uthrn Patlttc Tinne iv.al eml Ircn... Texan racifi: T., Sf. I, t K. : T-. St. 1 K. C. pref.... t'nlf.n Pacile t;. S. Kx;r?ss 1". S. leather irf 1 . S. Huh:er S. P.uhler prff Wahah. St. 1 & P n'ahasb. St. I. & P. pref. WeHs-Fartro Kx press Vjit-rn Cnlnn heeling Iik P.ri? Vh!in Lnk Erie ref I. S. Fours. rej I". S. K.-jrs. coup I. S. Furi. nw, T". S. Fours, n"w, coup... 1 "V.a 1 TP, 57' s L7i lla 21 j 21 52'4 2i W.i H!2 H'-i Wednesday! Ilnnk CI en ri nun. At Ch lea coCI prints. 111.331.417. New York excharz". 3."c prenlum. Foreign exchanp fairly teaJr; dem.ir.'l. f4M4: lxt? rta.r. $4. 6;. At Nw Orlf-ari5 Clfarlr.jfs, J1.W.762. At Memphis Clearings, 2K.0S3; balances, $:s.:eo. At Baltimore Clearincs, $2,386,781: balances. At Philadelphia Clearings, $10,660.62."; balances, ?1.M.!W9. At St. Louis Clearinc., $4.3(1;fH; balances, $rr2.:C8. At Cincinnati Money. 36 per eent. New York exrhantre, par and 3T.c premium. Clearings, $2,-3rt.iO. At New York aearin?s, 103.2T3.!37; balances, At ' Boston Clearings. $21,19S,CC7; balances. n.tfcC.Ctl. LOCAL CHAIN AND PRODICK. AVnrmer Weather Improve Trade IrfeeM on Frulta Al vnnoing. With the appearance of more springlike weath er yesterday there was a perceptible Improve ment in business. Pry goods houses, druggists, grocers, hardware men. leather mrchant and In fa:t in all lines of trade there was increased activity and prices ruled strong and In some lines advancing in tendency. On Commission row trade was active, (ireen apples, oranges and bananas are all in light supply and selling high. Strawberries from Florida, Loulsana and Arkansas are now offered on this market. Onlona and eabhage are firm at quotations. Only Florida cabbage is now offered. Receipts cf poultry, eggs and butter are Increasing, but prices of several days past still rule. Other markets are without special feature. The local grain market is active and all cereals are in good request at the following range of prices, truck: Wheat No. 2 red. 89e; No. 3 red, 85'587c; No. 4 red. 79aS3c: wagon wheat. 82c. Corn No. 1 white, 2i;c; No. 2 white, 23Uc; No. .1 white. 20Uc; No. 4 white. 2241-; No. 2 white mixed, 23'ic; No. 3 white mixed. 23c; No. 4 white mixed. 2Pic: No. 2 yellow. ZV2C'. No. 3 yel low. 23J4?; No. 4 yellow. 20c; No. X mixed. 23c; No. 3 mixed, Z2c; No. 4 mixed, 20c; ear corn, 21ic. Oats No. 2 white. 21 lie; No. 3 white, 20c; No. 2 mixed. 19c; No. 3 mixed. 17c. Hay No. 1 timothy. 3Q9.C0; No. 2 timothy, $S.iD: prairie, $fc(?6.j;0. Poultry and Other Produce. (Prices paid by shipiers.) Poultry Hens, 6c; springs, 6xc; cocks, 2c; young turkeys, 5c; terns. 8c; eld hen turkeys, 7c; o4d terns, oc; duckd. 61tc; geese. 40e for full feathered; 30c for plucked. Butter Country, choice, 10c; mixed, 6c. Kegs 7'2c. Feather Prime geete, 30c rr lb; prime duck. 16tfj 17c per lb. Beeswax 30c for yellow, 23c for dark. Honey 1214c per lb. Wool Medium unwashed. 12c; fine merino, un washed. 10c; tub-washed, 2023c; hurry and un nurcliantable. 5c less. HIDES, TALLOW. ETC. Green-salted Hides No. 1. 7V2c; No. 2. 6?4c; No. 1 calf. 8e; No. 2 calf, 7'ic. Urease-White, 3a4c; yellow. 2?ic; brown. 2C. Tallow-No. 1. So; No. 2. 2'2c Bones Dry, $1213 per ton. TIIC jobbing thadi:. The quotations given below are the selling prices of the wholesale dealers.) Canned lioodn. Corn. 60c(?l$1.23. Peaches Standard 3-lh, Jl.op 1.7i; seconds. $11.10; 3-lb pie. 75i-; California standard. $l.7Zra : California seconds. $1.401 l.r, ). Miscellaneous Blackberries, 2-Ib, GCf71'c; ra?i berrles, 2-lb, 9i!)5c: pineapples, standard. 2-lb. $1.101.25; choice. $2tf2.C0: cove oysters. 1-lb. full weight. 85yi-5c: light. 600(.V?; string beans. 70-g! ?V; Lima leans. $1.10f1.2(: peas, marrowfats. f3cfi$U0; early June. lnefr$1.10: lobsters. l.X,W 2; red cherriet. SOctJl; strawberries. !mw'jCv; al ruon, l-lb, Hl.lvg2; 3-lb tomatoes, 80jflc. Cnnillrs and utst. Candles Stick, 5'ic per lb; common mixed. SHe per lb; o. A. R. mixed, 6:c; Banner stick, 10c; mam mixed. ic: old-time mixed. 7c. Nut Soft-shelled almonds. Ilfrl3c: English walnuts. 12c; Itrazll nuts. 10c; filberts. 11c; pea nuts, roasted, 8c; mixed nuts, 10c. Coal and Coke. The following are the prices on coal and coke as retailed in this market: Anthracite coal. VI $3.t5; Brazil block. $2.7i; Winifrede lump. $3.75; Jackson lump, $3.50; Greene county lump, $2.75; Paragon lump, $2.;h); Cirtene county nut, Jlo1); Blossburg coal. $4.M; crushed coke. $3 iier 24 bu; limp coke. $2.75; foundry coke, $6 per ton. Drugs. Alcohol. $2.322.D0; asafetida. r.ffaOo; alum. 2' C4c; camphor, 4CiiHc; cochineal. :,'K455c; chloro form. 6:.70c; copperas, brls, COfjKc; cream tar tar, pure. ZWXc; indigo. Csoc: licorice. Calab.. gtnuine. Sf-i4'c: nian-Fa. carl... 2-oz. 205t:iSo; morphine, I. w.. per 01, Jl.ofy 3.2'; madder, 14 tfl6c; oil. castor, per gal. l.(Kn.io; oil, Urga mot, per lb. $2.73; ojIum, $2.73; quinine, p. & . r M, J4t?31c; ta.lsa.ii io;H, 70f-:c; soap. catlle. Fr., 12yiCo; khIh, bicarb., 4'3i0c; talts, Lpsom, 4S3c; sulphur, four. (&6c; saltter. 14c; turpentine. SjSSc: glycerine. 14tfpic; iodiie iassjum. $3h3.1; bromide potassium. 50i52c; Vyte l"1' borax. 1214c; clnchonida, ::lac; cartx)iic acid. fi30c. Oils Unseed. 32-JJ34c ier gal; coal oil. lecal Uit. 7l4c; bank. 4')c; bent straits. rc: Labrador. 6ec; We t Virginia, lubricating, SOftStc; miners", 4.c: lanl oils, winter strained, in brls, COc per gal; in half brls. 3c per gal extra. Dry (iouds. Bleached Sheetings Androscoggin L. 6V.e: Lerkley Xo. 60. 7ic; Cabot. 5c; Capitol, ic; Cumberland, c; Dwight Anchor. 7c; Fruit cf Lt10,, H?T? 6,'?: Farwc- Fitchville. 5?;c; 1UU ,V..,.dt?' .,c: GUt '"c: Gilded Age. 4'ae; Hill. Cc; Hope, fc; Linwxd. 6Uc; lnsdale. 62c; I'eabcKly. 5c; Pride of the West. 10ic; Ten Strike. 34c; Pepprell. 9-4. 13c; I'epperell, 10-4 Itf'sc; Androscoggin. l-4. 16c; Androscoggin. io-4, Brow-.i Sheetings Atlantic A. Cc; Argyle. 5c; Boott c. 3c; Buck's Head, 6c; Clifton (XT, 5Vc: Constitution. 4o-inch. 6'-c; Carlisle. 40-inch. 7'Jc lw1i,'hfs ytar. 7c; cjreat Falls E. Co; Great Falls J. 44c; Hill Fine. 6c; Indian Head, 6c; IVrpcrtll It, 5t4c; reMerell. 9-4. ni;C; Andros- ccKKin. -4. Ij'.ac; Androscoggin. 10-4. 17c. 1'rints Allen drets styles. 4Sc; Alien s staples. 4ic; Allen TB. 4Vjc; Allen's robes. 3c; American ii:i!igo, 4c; Arnold LU. Cc; Cocheco fancy. Tx.-; Cocheco madders. 4c: Hamilton fancj. 5c; Merrin:ac pinks and purples, ic; I'acirtc fancy, ;.c: Simpson's fancy, ic; Sirrpson Berlin solids 5c: Simpson's oil finish. 6c; American shirting. 4c. tlingtiams Amotkeag staples, 4; Amoskeag Perfian dre?s, 6c; Bates Warwick dress, 5'2c; Lar.ciuer. 4;!4c: Incast?r Normandies. Cc; Whit tvnton Heather. Cc; Calcutta dress styles. 4'c. Kid-SnL'hed Cambrics Ed wards, ic; Warren 3ic; Sinter. 2c; Genes ?e. 3'r. Grain Bags Amoskeig. $11.30; American. $11.30; Frpnklinviile. $13.;o; Harmonr, $11; Stark. $14.50. Tickings Anvskeag ACA. lo"2c; 'Cones toga BF 12Hc; Cordis, 14, ',c; Cordis FT. 10c; Cordis ACE. llc; Hcmiltttn awnings. 9c; Kimono fancy. 17c; Lenox fancv. lJic; Methuen AA. 10c; Oakland AF. tie; IVrtsmouth, 10-e; Susquehan na. 12" vc; Shetucket 6'ac; Shetucket F. 7c; Swift Blver. Lzc. Flour. Straight grades, $:iiT..2.": lancv grades, $3.30f 5.73; patent flour, f3.3oit3.73; low grades, $3.7304. Uroeerlrs. Sugars City Prices Domlnts, 5.23c; cut-loaf, 5.3c: crushed. 3.c; jowdeml. 3c; XXXX pow dfred. 3.13c; granulate!. 4.73c: f.ne granulated. 4.7c; extra tine granulated. 4.Wc: coarse irranu- lateii, 4.c; cuU. fc; meld A, 5c: diamond A. 4...c: confectioners' A. 4.63c; 1 Columbia A Keystone A. 4.5c; 2 Windsor A American A. 4.5c: 3 BUgewood A Centennial A. 4.50c; 4 l-hofnlx A California A. 4.44j; 5 Empire A Franklin B. 4.3Ne; 6 Ideal Golden Ex. C Ker fon 11. 4.31-; 7 Windsor lZx. ? American il. 4.2:c: 8 nid.'ewocd Ex. C-Ccntennlal I, 4.13c; 9 yellow Kx. C California B. 4c; 10 yellow C Franklin Ex. C. 2.!c: 11 yellow Kerstone Ex. 3.75c: 12 yellow American Kx. C. 3.63c; 13 yel low Vntennial E. C. 3.3c; 14 rellow Califor nia Ex. C. 3.3-c; 13 yellow. 3.Hc; 16 vellow. 3.3Sc. Vtree Good. 17filSc; prime. isy2c; strictly prime. 2f?22c; fancy green and Tellow. 22W24c; J;.va. 2ili32c. Hoafted Old (lovernment Java. S:':Vl'c: Golden Bio. 24c; Botirl-on Santos. 24c; Gilded Santc. 2-Sc; prime Santos. 23c. I'ackage e ne t'lty prices Arloa, 12.1mc; Jersey, 12 5kv Men. 12.').': Capital. 12.?c: Luxury. 13.40c; lkgo ta. Java. 2.roc. Salt In car lots. 73c; small lots. 80i83c. Si. ices Pepper. PilSc; allspice. P.Wilic; cloves, 13i20-: ca?aia. 13fil."c; nuir.igs. 6373c lr lb. Mtdasses and rn i New Orleans molasses, fr.lr to prime. 2C"a30e; chcice. US40c: syrups, 13 t 2rc. W .npnwire No. 1 tubs. b6.23; No. 2 tubs, ..25'.i ..:,: No. 3 tui.s. $4. 2511 1.50; 3-ho palls. $1.4(i I.3'; 2-hoep palls. $1.151.20; double wash board;. S,fc.23$i2.73; common washboards, $1.23 l..': cb tht-s pin. 4"'u.v per box. Wo..l Dishes N--. 1. 1 er l.ooo, $2.50; No. 2. $3; No. 3. $3.:c; No. 5. f .:0. Twin Hemp. 12!ilc per lb; wool. SfthV:: flax, 2'.:'t 5"c: jaier. 25c: Jute. 12fi"15c; cotton. ls&25c. Flo'ir Sack japer Plain. 1-32-brl, jer 1 COO $:i.:.0; 1-16-brl. $".: U-bil. $s; t-brl. $16; No. 2 (Jfb. plain. 1-32-brl. I--r 1.0v. $4.23; 1-16-brl. $6.:.; '-tTl. :0; U-tirl. J10: No. I cream, plain. l-22-l..i. per 1.0. $7; 1-lC-rrl. $.75: ,-brl. $14.30; I4-I.4I. $':s.30. Extra ch.ire for printing. Bice Louisiana. 4t."1..c; Carollnii, 51r7t4e. Bean Chob e hnnd-pbked navy, $i'al,10 per bu; medium hnnd-picked. r.iir; Llmas, Cali frnia, V-iiTc r P.. Sh.t -?l.2.!fTl.2t ier bag for drop. ba.l-'V-.li'c for pressed lars. Leather. leather Oak ole. 21ii2Sc; heinlcck ole, 22T 27c; barnct;?. 203c; skirting. 34 tic; kindle & . f:. ......... -NV-rth-m I'acinc Northern rvi-tllc irf... Xrth wee tern North wetfrn Trrf strap. rrS26c; c'ty kip. 60fr70c; French kip, Sc $1.2n; cny calfskin, lctj'$1.10; Irench calfskin, $1.2062. Iron tin it Steel. Bar Iron 1.30fi 1.60c; horreshoe bar, 21i.'S2:;c; nail rod, 7c; plow slabs. 2!c; American cast steel. 9fcHc; tire steel. 2r2j3c; spring steel, 4", alls3 and Horehoca. Stel cut nails. $1.73; wire nails, from store, $l.l'ru2 rates; from mill. J1.75 rates. Horseshoes, per kez. $3.50; mule shoes, per keg. 14.5..I; horse rails. ?4f?5 jer box. Baib wire, galvanized, $2; painted. $1.73. Produce, Fruitn and Vegetable. Apples Pi Ices ranging with quality, $2.25 jer trl; crole. $2.50; fancy. $3. Banana? ler buith. No. 1. $2; No. 2, $1. Cabbage New Floridi, $2..Vl?2.73 per crate. Cheese Ntw York lull cream. He; skims, 6Sc per lb; domeutlc Swits, 13c; brick. 11c; limburger, lOo pr lb. Cocoa nuts 30 j jer doz. Iemjns Messina, choice, $2.73 per box; fancy lemons. $2.2-. Oranges California oranges, $2.30 per box; i.a e!s, 3.5CU4. Onions $41t 4.30 ir brl. $1.!0 per bu. Potatoes loi&2Sc per bu; feed potatoes, Ohio and Early Hose, 33ri40e per bu. Sweet Potatoes liiir.ols sweets, $1.30 per brl; Kentucky, $1.23 ir brl. S-eed Sweet Potatoes Genuine Jersey, $2 per In 1; Kentucky, $1.30 per brl; red Jerseys, $2; Ber mudas. $2 ier brl. Cranberries 3.50 per brl. according to quality; 1-u.shel crates. $1.23; fancy. $l.:o. Strawberries 20iS'c. varying with quality. TomatD3-$3.50 for 7-basket crates; fancy, $3 per crite. Kale $1 per brl. Spinach 1 per brl. Onion Sets White. $2.73 per bu; yellow, $2.73 per bu. Cucumbers $1.23 1.50 per doz. Green Beans $2.252.50 per bu. Green Peas $2 ier bu. Nw Potatoes J2.23fi 2 SO per bu. Asparagus Florida, 43fc50c per bunch. Lettuce 13c per lb. Provisions). Hams Sugar-cured. IS to 20 lbs average, 9?i?? lOHc; 15 lbs average. lOlillc; 12 lbs average, UlBic; l'j lbs average, ll2(j12c; block hams, DUCf 10c; all first Lraniis ; seconds, c less. Breakfast Bacon Clear firsts, ll'sc; seconds, 10c. Lard Kettle rendered, in tierces, 6c; pure lard. Shoulders English cured, 16 lbs average, 6',; 10 to 12 lbs average. 7c. Pickled Pork Bean iork, clear, per brl, 200 lbs. $12; rump iork. flo. Bacon Clear fides, 40 to 50 lbs average, e'.jc; 30 to 40 lbs average, 6c; 20 to 30 lbs average, &Tc; bellies, 25 lbs average. 6:,sc; It to 15 lbs average, 7c; 10 to 12 lbs average, 7?sc. Clear backs 20 to 30 lbs average, tc; Pj to 11 lbs average, 6c. 1 to S lbs average, 67ic. In dry salt, less. Seed. Clover Choice recleaned. 60 lbs. $44.23; prime, $4.25fj4.50; English, chcice. $4.30'Sf4.75; alsike, choice. $4.73fi5; alfalfa, choice, J4.401i4.6O; crim son or scarlet clover, $2.73ft3; timothv, 45 lbs, prime, $1.301.40; strictly irlme. $1.400jl.60: fancy Kentucky, 14 lbs, $1.551. 65; extra clean. 70ie; orchard grass, extra, $1.73il.540; red top, choice, $131.73; English bluegrass, 24 lbs, $1.151.75. Tinners' Supplies. Best brands charcoal tin. IC. 10x14, 14x20, 12x12. $3.306; IX. 10x14. 11x20. 12x12. $6.75?7.50; roofing tin. bPt tiands, IC. 14x20, $4.24.75; 20x28. $x.5u 9.30; IC. 20x2S. old ?tyle, $13; block tin in pigs. lCc; block tin in bars. ISc; zinc, sheet, 6c; copper tottoms, 21c; p!aiishel copper, 21c; solder, llfrj 12c; iron. 27B. $2.50; 27C. $3; iron, best bloom, galvanized, 73c an I 10 per cent.; lead, pressed bars, tic. Window Gins. Trie per box of 50 square feet. Discount, 9 and 10. SxS to 10x13 Single: AA, $7. A. $.S0; B, $6.25; C. $6. Double: AA. $9.50; A. JS.50; B. $S.23. 11x14 and 12x18 to 16x24 Singled AA. S8; A. $7.25; B. $7. Double: AA. $10.75; A. $U.25; B $3.50. 18x20 and 20x20 to 1x30 Single: A A, $10.50; A, J3.50; B. Double: A A. $11; A. $12.73; B. S12. 15x36 to 24x30-Sing: A A. $11.30; A. $10; B. $t.25. Double: A A. io.23; A. f 13.75; B $12.25. 26x28 to 24x3i Single: AA, $!2; A, $10.50; B, $9.50. Double: AA, $16; A. $14.30; B. $13.23. 2Cx3l. 2Sx22 and 30x30 to 26x 14 Single: A A. $12.75; A, S11.75; B, $10.25. Double: AA, $17.25; A. $15.30; B. $14. 26x16 to 20x50-Sing!e. AA. $13; A. $12.30; B. $12. IVuble: A A, $1:.75; A, $1S; B. $lfi. 30x12 to 30x:-Sinsl: A A, $16.f 0; A. $14.73; 11, $12.23. Double. AA. 521.:0; A. J1H.75; B. $16.50. 34x5S to 34x60i?iiigl: A A. $17.25: A. $15.75; B, $11.50. Iouble: AA. J2.73; A. $21.23; B. $20. 4 FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Generally Fair Weather, but PomI!1 Oeeasloaal Slinwrm. Forecasts for Indianapolis and vicinity for the twenty-four hours ending 11 p. m., April 22 Generally fair weather, po.-iubly interrupted by occasional showers. General Conditions Yesterday The low barometric area west of the Mississippi moved only slightly eastward, and hiph at mospheric pressure continued east of the Mississippi. Tho temperature rose from 10 to ZS decrees except near the Kulf coast and on the Hocky mountains in the rear of the storm urea, where it fell. A few local rains fell near the upier lakes, in Iowa and in North Dakota. FORECAST FOR THRRK STATES. WASHINGTON. April 21. For Ohio -Threatening: weather, with occasional show ers; warmer; increasing' southeasterly winds; brisk to hih on the lakes Thurs day. For Indiana and Illinois Partly cloudy weather, with occasional slfbwers; warmer; brisk to high southerly winds. Loeal Observation Wedaesday. Bar. Ther. R.H. Wind. Weather. Pre. 7 a. m.. 30.42 43 74 S'east. Fair. 0.00 7 p. m. .30.L'U 68 0! South. Fair. o.yj Maximum temperature, 73; minimum tem perature. 40. Following Is a comparative statement of the temperature and precipitation April 21: Temp. I'ro. Normal r4 0.13 Mean 0.00 Departure from normal 12 0.13 Departure tdnce April 1 80 0.45 Departure since Jan. 1 38 lis Plus C. F. R. WAI'PENilANS, Local Forecast Olticial. 1 VITAL STATISTICS APRIL 21. DeutliM. Nellie J. Cook, nine years. 523 East Washing ton street, scarlatina GolJi- Tirgle. four rears, 124 Lee street, heart disease. Jamer Bowen. thirty-five years. 270 Bates jtieet, consumption. Uaymnd Peck, two years, 39 Bloomington treet, meningitis. Mtrie Sftcut, two months, 105 Dorman street, colitis. Matt Welsh, forty-six years, 3S6 Fulton btreet, inflammation of stomach. Jnfant Bruner, l."23 North Alabama street, stillborn. Roan W. Beard. -eenteen months. 114 East Fltteentr street, enteritis. D. E. Prltchard. tifty-four years. Plaza Hotel, Url2;ht's disease. anford Alexander, thirty-six years. 60 North West Ftieel. peritonitis. Jacob Konz, forty-seven years, 23S West Six teenth ttreet, gunshct wound. David Crull. eighty-four years. 249 East Twenty-first street, hemorrhage. Ann C. Anthony, sixty-one years, 33 Bloom ington street, pneumonia. Birth. Jessie and Carl Baley. 400 Chestnut street. !oy. Ida and George M. Prestler. 3-9 East Michigan street, girl. Mary ur.d Henry Thorp, Rural and Seventeenth streets, girl. Augusta and Carl Bash. 74 Arizona street, girl. Mary and Ellsworth Kiniberlain, 320 Fulton street, girl. Louise and Charles Knarzer. 235 North Cali fornia street, girl. Valesia and T. W. Garr, city, girl. Marriage Lleeniten. John J. Malry and Ida M. Jackson. Aim E. Bolar.'jer and Amelia M. Stllle. Anthony Fonke and Carolina Beimer. William Ernstins and Anna Held. William C. Schaeffer and Mary Prahm. Elmer Lovell and Dora May Bills. Louis C. Held end Marie E. GraeLner. Krank M. Tliomon antl Kmma. t Ct:udry. Lentelas S. Edwurds ami Bessie J. Cameron. Joseph S. Henderson and Nellie C. Myers. Edward Hermann Mueller and Emma Elizabeth Lamb. Claude Gressman and Sarah A. Hohman. Robert S. Crider and Anna Elliott. Taylor O. IVwer and Mayne lee. George Jensen and Carrie E. ticheffbuch. Soelnler TnrnverelnV Annnal. Following is the programme for the gym nastic entertainment to be given by tho Social Turnvercin of Indianapolis at Tom linscn Hall on next Monday evening: Over ture by tho orchestra; grand tableau, "Die Turnercl;" march and calisthenics by boys of rirst class: side horse and buck exercises by boys of itrst and second classes; calis thenics and exercises on balancing tioarcls by the ladies' class; wand and dumb-bell ex ercises by girls and boys; exercises on long horse by senior class; dance reigen. by, girls of tho second class; apparatus work by la dies, seniors and juniors; overture; maypole dance by girls cf first and second classes. Iron wand exercises by the senior ckuss; club swinging, three groups of the ladies' class: calisthenics and Ineder pyramids by Juniors; exhibition of Njxlnx. wrestling, fencing, pole vaulting, high jump and heavy weight lifting. Building Permit. Dorethn Baseman, frame houses. 19 North Ar senal avenue and 75 Eatt Washington tareet, $1.2C8. H. E. Thomas, frame addition. 240 Fletcher avenue, $314. IndUnit polls Brev Ing Company, repairs, 10 Suth Ixdaware street. $'.01. Jennie Ix-hman, iorch, 208 North New Jersey utrec. $10. C. F. W. Yehllr.g. frame house. 347 East Ohio street. $100. Mary J. Hcgart, South "West street, frame be use, ?Cv0. FICKLE WHEAT MARKET STIFF ADVANCI1 IX CHICAGO LOST AM) A FltACTIOX UCS1DBS. Heavy Ileallzlnir of I'roflts Contrib uted to the Decline Corn, Oat and Provisions All Closed Lower, CHICAGO. April 21. Wheat was as fickle as woman to-day in the variety of its moods and the suddenness of, its changes. It started very strong, sold for a time at an advance of 2c over yesterday and closed at a net los3 of Uc. Strong cables and heavy realizing were the factors. Corn was equally variable and closed c lower. Oats declined a very small fraction and provisions closed ZVzQ'jc lower. In wheat all calculations were upset at tho opening. British consols showed an ad vance. Indicating indifference to the war between Turkey and Greece. This ordinar ily might have caused a decline in wheat, but the lid advance chronicled at the opening at Liverpool was a great surprise and started the local market on a regular boora. Opening sales of May were made at TlTic and 73c, against yesterday's closing price of 73"8c It sold at 749sC for a few minutes under liberal realizing and then an advance started which did not stop un til TG-TaC had been recorded. The advance at Liverpool did not stop at the l?4d first advised, but added from Id to lUd, mak ing a net gain for the day of from 2?d to Cd per cental, and tho latest cables brought buying orders for cash wheat. They also reported a good demand for spot wheat at Liverpool. The Northwest complained of late seeding. Crop damage reports came from Ohio, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana and with such doleful prospects Cor the next crop the firmness of the market in view of the absence of alarm about war Is easily explained. Chicago received nine carloads of wheat. Minneapolis and Duluth reported receipts of 208 cars, against 293 a week ago and 3G8 on the corresponding day of last year. Exports from the Atlantic sea board were equal in wheat and Hour to 400.0-W bushels. Liverpool receded somewhat from th- top and closed 21'S2:&d higher. The market made severe changes of senti ment, but the bad crop reports, strong ad vices on tlemand abroad for flour and 2yl advance at Liverpool brought buyers on every reaction. Hut the cash situation, strong as it is. could not stand up against the attack made on the mnrket in the last half hour of the session. The people who had b.en surreptitiously selling long wheat on every swell, hav ing the crowd filled up and their holdings disposed of, turned around and slugged the markot until it was help lessly weak and it tumbled like a ball elmvn a flight of stairs, gaining momentum as It descended. After touching !6c May re acted to 74',2C and back to 7314c. Above half an hour from the close the sluggers got In their deadliest work and by closing time the price was down to 73,c Corn started slow, but the strength in wheat, small receipts and unfavorable weather soon started good buying with an accompanying advance in prices. Consid erable Jong corn was offered at the advance and when wheat declined corn also became very weak. Exports were :i77,O0O bushels. May openeel unchanged at 2 4 -lie. advanced to 23c and declined to 34141 2 P&c. That was the closing price. Oats opened steady and for a while, were quite firm. Shorts were pood buyers and took up considerable. Commission houses also had some orders to fill. The latter part of the session was quiet and prices grsid ully slid olf with wheat. Exports were 145.O0O bushels. May epened Vic higher at IT-'H.o. advanced to 17rmC and reacted to ITVs f17Hc. where it closed. Provisions did not change much In value. There was a fair amount cf speculative business in the first half hour, but it thinned down as the session progressed. Opening prices were at a slight elecline In sympathy with a weak hog market and those prices were hardly deviated from during the session. At the close May pork was C'zc lower at $.4."i; May lard, T.c lower at $4.1o. and May ribs. 2i?c lower at $4.70. Estimates! receipts for ThursdayWheat. S cars: corn. 112: oats. 124; hojrs. 27.000 bead. Leading futures ranged as follows: Open- Huh- Low- Clos- Article. Inc. est. est. lnj;. Wheat April 75 7 73'- 73i M '' '.Os 7:p 7o' July 75 75TS 72! 72'i Sept 72'i 73 7i 7J, Ccrn Aj.til 24 i 2" 24V, 21 May 24; 2. 2 21 July ifii 24 25si 2".v, Sept i7 27 V2 26" 27 Oats-May 17s, IT'S, 17V, 174 Ju'r IMS, lfcV, pa isu Sept 19H 19' 19 19 Pt.rU M iy $S.45 . $X.5( $S.4", $S.45 July ?.:.7i a.CT.jt 8.55 8.57' 2 Iird-May 4.17U 4.20 4.15 4.15 July 4.23. 4.27'i 4.5 4.2". Sept 4.37V 4.37'a 4.3". 4.35 nibs-May 4.17'i 4.7.. y 4.fi7 4.70 July 4.72'i 4.Ro' 4.72 4.7 Sept 4.0 4.S5 4.V) 4.2',j Cash quotation. were as follows: Flour firm. Xo. '2 fi rin? wheat. :37lc: No. 2 sprlns wheat. 72'ac: Xo. 2 rel. Hi'.tzc. Kn. 2 torn. 24'4?i2l?. No. 2 oats, 174f17sc; No. 2 white, f. o. !.. 22c; No. 3 white, f. o. b.. US22e. No. 2 rye. 35V e. No. 2 barley nominal: No. 3. f. o. 2ifj3Je: No. 4. f. . 2tk. No. t flaxseed. 77ifrtic. Prime timothy seel, $2.75. Mess jM.rk, per brl. W.r..S'X.rA lrd. per W) lbs. $i.i:.4.l7i2. S'r-ort-rib rldei-. looe. 4.654?4.!l: dry-salted si ouMts. loxe.l, "..25?f.50; hh-rt-clear si.les, boxed, ?4.f-2!2r'5. Whisky, distillers' llnihel M'tds. jer pal. $1.19. Sugars Cut-loaf. 5.15c; trisnulat'd, 4.7(k. Receipts Flour. 12.0- brls; wheat. 2,tm bu ; tern, tf.ton bn; eats. 2?0.0i bu; rye. 2,000 bu; barley, l..f,00 t.u. Shipments Flour. 12.Kt lr!s: whtat. lSJ'.fHO bu; corn. 274.00O bu; oats. 60...0 bu; rye, l.oeo bu; barley. 3.WJ bu. ! Itenetlon In Smv York. NEW YORK, April 21. There was a gen eral subsidence of speculative activity in whe-at to-day and no excitement to speak of except at the opening and close. The unexpected advance of 3d in early Liver pool cables starteel the market on a ram page, prices jumping, up 2c above last nU'.ht. but this soon pave way to quieter conditions anel a reaction under long sell ing. At midday the market ruled steady and without feature. At the wind-up there was a short period of great excitement at tending a break from Soc to Sc for May. The board had been quick to pc-rceivu the wavering undertone of the market and raided It in the last ten min utes, bringing out large quantities of shaky lon? wheat. The close was nervous at b'l,2c asked for May. A notable feature to day was the pressure in the late months, which closed (I'ic net lower than last night, against an advance of i'sC in the near positions. At the highest point to-day May touched J2c. AT XHW YOKK. Ruling; Price In Prod nee at the Sen loardi Com mere (til Metropolis. NEW YOKK, April 21.-Flour-Receipts, 13.5S2 trls; exports. 10,533 brls. Market quiet and somewhat unsettled, closing easy with wheat; winter jutents $l.5'Vt4.85; winter extras, $3.20 3.G0. Itye flour stronger; fancy. J2.C0ifJ2.75. Corn n tal steady. Itye flrmtr; No. 2 Western, 3SVU) nc. Barley firmer at 274&2Sc. liarley malt quiet. Wheat Receipts, 7$, 625 bu; exports, 223,443 bu. Spot easy; No. 2 red, S5i,c; No. 3 hard winter, SCUe. Options oiened strong and active on high er cables than expected, was carried further on bad crop news and exirt Kales, but finally broke with a crath to lowest point of the day under heavy unloading. Near months closed V fe'.ac up, but late months were t'A4c net lower; Apitl closed at bl?c; Maj. i0'rti2 i-Po, closed at M3c. Corn-llecelpts, 24.375 bu; exiorts. 1S.&83 bu. Spot firm; No. 2. 31',je. Options cpened llrmer with whjat, but gradually told oft under realiz ing and closed Uyc net lower; -April closed at 30c; May, 2y'oJi'4c, I-.vsed at r.'c. Oats Receipts, i'7,uh) bu; exiwrts, ' 132,091 bu. l-'l-ot st?ady. No. 2. 2"4e. Options dull, but fairly firm, closing t,ac not higher; May closed at 22e; July closed at 22c. Hay quit. Hops quiet. Hide- firm. Leather Arm. W.xd firm. Leef fcteady. Cut meats quiet. Lard dull; Vtestem steam, $4.40; rerinel quiet. Pork steady. Tallow dull. Cotton-seed oil stronger; prime crude, f. o. b. mills, Pc: pri.ne summer yellow, 22'ic; onT sunt mer yellow. Zic; butter grades, 2t'yi;c nominal; prime w h I te, li 2 2 Coffee Optir n oined 13f?20 ie)lnts lower in sympathy with easier European markets and active foreign selling, liuying was checked by heavy receipts at primary points and small de liveries in this country. Market steadied later with more favorable Havre news and closed baiely steady at a net c'eellne of &jj points. Sales, 27,7;-o bas, lneludlnc: April, '..2.'; May, 7.15V7.15C. Sj-ot coffee Itio nominal; No. 7. in voice "c. jobbing Sc. Mild quiet and lutrelr steady; Cordova, 13tjl4c. tales. 4'0 btgs Maru caibo. p. t.; ) bags Ar.gtt:ra, p. t. Rio He t'ipts. p).00j .acs; cleared for the Pnlted statem l.wxt bins; clearel fcr Kurcpe. . ) bag; stock, 2!'5," b-i. Total warehot.ie deliveries from the I r.ited States. U.47G bugs, including H.175 from Ntw fork; New York stock to-dar. 324.034 bags; t'nlte.1 tftaten fetrtk. ?S2.52i brr; afloat for the United States, 3P.5'0 bgs; total visible for the United States, 703.125 bags, against 2S3.2I last ytsr. bugar Haw dull and nomine!; refined tteady; cfntrirusal. K t,t. Sc; rnned quiet; crushed. Zic; powdered. 4V: cranulated. 4 He. TRADE IX GCXEHAL. Quotations at St. Locls, Ilaltlmore, Cincinnati nnd Other Plncea. ST. LOUIS. April 21. Hour dull and un changed. Wheat The market cpered 6trong and higher, but was quiet and there was but little snap to trading. Cable were generally higher and a heay exicrt business was reported, but local receipts were unusually heavy and North western receipts fairly large. Later Livenwol cables were ttrong and higher and the bulls were seme ha: afraid, aithougn there was a consid erable advance in prices. The cash demand Is still good, but there is little wheat for sale. Lenver U:-rlln cables had a depressing effect and after fluctuating conslderabiv the market closed unsettled ami ineular. with May 2!;c higher, July c lower. August -Sc lower ::.d September, lower, compare 1 with yesterday's closing. Spot strong and higher; No. 2 red. cash, elevator, K'cil; July. 7ttc; August. lZc asked; Septem ber. 7C asked. Ccrn Futures were nervous and somewhat higher, with a fair amount of trading. Spo: higher; No. 2. cash. 221ti22Sc: May, 22 22'tc; July. 23V: September. 25Vft25'..c. Oats Futures dull, with May and July hisher and in demand. Spot higher; Xj. 2. cash. IX- bid; May, lc; July. 13c askcl. lire higher at C"c. liar ley ne.nlnal. Corn meal. $1.4 : 1.45. Rr?.n firmer; sarked. east tra"k. worth nominally SI'S 52c. Flaxseed hicher at 74ic. Prime timothy seed. $2.f0ft2.,0. Hay firm; prairie. $P3S.50; timothy. $.50312.50. Butter firm; creamery. 13'gl7ije; dairy. C?13c. Eggs firm at 7c. Whisky. $1.19. Cotton ties and bagging unchanged. Pork un changed; standard mess. Jctblr.g. CS.25CiS.S5. Lard lower; prime steam. $4; choice, $4.C5. Bacon Poxed shoulders, $5.25: extra short -clear. $".37li: ribs. $5.50; shorts. J5.C2'-. Dry-salt meats Boxed shoulders and extra short-clear. t5; ribs. $5.12:i: shorts. $5.25. Receipts Flour, 2.000 brls; wheat, 16,000 bu: corn. 33.0i bu; outs. l.ff-O bu. Ship ments Flo :r. 3.00 brls; wheat, 6.0CO bu; ccrn. 32.() b'i; oats. 7.W0 tu. BALTIMORE. April 21. Flonr firm; receipts. 3,759 brls; exports. 3.025 brls. Wheat unsettled and hljher: spot in1 May, 82i,GS21,2c: July. Iic asked: receipts. 17. CM bu: exiorts none; South ern wheat bv sample. S35T84e. Corn firm; sjnt fr.d May, 2S57 2S4c; steamer mlxcl. 26'Ti2C'ic; receipts, 23. 153 bu; exnorts. 177.3U7 bu: Southern white corn, 31c; Southern yellow, 2T-'?i29,rC. Oats firmly held; No. 2 white. 25fi2te: No. 2 mixed. 23'8c; receipts, 8.59 bu; exirts none. Itye firm; No. 2 Western. 4tV.fi 42c: exiK.rts none. Hay very firm; choice timothy. $lrt.5fi 14. eiraln freights dull, with no demand: steam to Liverpool, per birhel. S d. Mav: Cork for orders, per quarter. 2s 9d. April nnd Mav. Butter, eggs and cheese steady and unchanged. CINCINNATI. April 21. Flour steady. Wheat steadr; No. 2 red, 027i3c. Com firm; No. 2 mixed. 2(c. Rye steady; No. 2. 3753 3c. Lard dull at 4. Bulk meats firm at $4.S0'a4.'JO. Bacon oulet at $5.6595.7.. Whisky firm at $1.19. Butter quiet. Sugar quiet. Eggs quiet at 7'ic Cheese quiet. 1 0LE DO, Anril 21. Wheat lower and weak; No. 2. cafh. 94e; May, S4',.c: July, 7sic Corn dull, but stfadv; No. 2 mixed, 24'fcc. Oats steady; No. 2 mixed. 1-sc. Rye firm; No. 2. cash. 37K.C. Clover teed quiet; ptlhie, cash, April and October, $4.40. LIVERPOOL. April 21. Exehanze lard Prime Western steady at 22s. Wheat No. 1 Northen tprlng fim at Cs d. Corn American mixed, spot, new firm at 23 73id; April steady at 2s 7V2d; Ma steady at 2s Slid; June steady at 2s Od. DETJtOIT. A'iril 21. Wheat closel lower; No. I whip?, 'j'jc; No. 1 red. 9lTic; May. 92V.c. Corn No. 2 mixe.1. 25c. Oats No. 2 white, 22 Vic. Rye No. 2. 36Vc Datter, Egg- nnd Clieewe. NEW YORK, April 21. Butter Receipts. 5.577 package. Market steady; Western creamery. 13 lilTc; Elgins, 17c: factory SJillMjC Cheese Re ceipts, 2.815 packages. Mirket steaiy; State, large, 9ffil2c; small. 9Wlic: iirt skims. 4fi8V4e; full skims. 2W,i2c. Eggs Reeelj ts. 16.7SS pack ages. Market steady; State and Pennsylvania. 9Vie; Western. 9'ic; Southern, S'ic KANSAS e'lTY. April 21. Butter Creameries MM? lower at l'-QICc; dairy, lOilc. Eggs The market to-day was rteady. The receipts were sc.mewh.it heavier and commission men believe they will Increase; strictly fre?h eg.ss, cases In cluded. 8c; cases returned, "Vic. PHILADELPHIA. April 21. Butter steady; fenev Western creamer)'. l?c. Fpga steady and in fair demond: fresh near-by, 95c; fre?h Wcst ein. DHfilOc. Cheese scarce and firm. CHICAfiO. April 21. On the I'roduce Exchange to-day the butter market was steady; cretmery, 12fj ICe: dairy, ivklle. Cdiece steady at fc'iSi lO'c. Eggs ttcady; frtsh. fSiS'c. OIL e'lTY. April 2!. Certificate market ojKned at Sic bid; later there were sales of 2.0x brls, May deliverv. ft F5c; closed at Uc bid; credit balances, S4c; shipments. S7.6T.0 brls; runs. 9.1,275 brls. WILMINCTOX, April 21. Spirits of turpentine steady at 26'i-:-: receipts. 3S brls. Rosin quiet at $1. fe-r strnlneii and $1.35 for good strained; retelpts, U0 brls. NEW YORK. April 21. Petroleum quiet; United clc-scd at S4e bid. Rosin liUlet. Turin til.e quiet. CIIARLESTe)N. April 21. Spirits of turientlne firm at 2Gc. Resin firm; sales none; B, C, I), $1.30. SAVANNAH. April 21. Spirits of turpentine firm at t6c. Kosln firm. MONTPELICK, Airil '21. Indiana oil. 47c per barrel. Dry tiood. XKW YORK. April 21. While there- was a fairly trooi busirKP? reached throrisr1 mall orders, the general demand was rather slow. On the lrt cf seme buyers there was an improved re iuest for and rales of bleached cottons and 4-yarl brow n goods. For the former there Is mete tlclng in ell qualities, but chiefly in the best medium grades-, and higher prices may come, at any moment. Mr.R inquiry was abroad for standard to fine yarn and brown cottonr, and moie business was doing all along the line. Printing cloths quiet at 2ViC bid. FA 11 RIVER. April 21. The cloth market Is dull at 2 9-lCc. Mode rata demand for odds and goods at a lower baris than print cloths quota tions, tfal?- ari light and ccnimed wholly to odd t cunts. Cotton. NEW onU'ANS. April 21. Cotton firm; mid dling. 7 J-lKc; net receints, 1.7R bales; rross re ceipts. 2.17 bales: sales. 4.0"M bales: stock. 174.777 baleo; exjrorti ooastwH. 3.457 bales; exiorts to l-'i-a nc, ", 4jQ ba les. MKMPHIS. April 21.-Cottoa quiet: middling. 7 1-Kk;; receipts. "j4 bales; shipments. 1.164 bales; stocks. 6C.762 bales; talet, J.&i.-O bales. NUAV YORK, April 21.-Cotton closed steady; middling uplands, 7 7-ltjc; middling gulf. 7 ll-10c; tales, l.i- bales. Metals. NEW YORK. April 21. Pie iron easy; South ern. spTffll; Northern. p.50yi2.."rt. Copier firm; biokors, lie; Exchange, livc. Tin barelr steady; straits, 13. IS? 13.25c; plates dull. Spelter steady; d. mtstie. 4.10f(f4.2Cc. Iead dull; Exchange. 3.27i 4i3.32,i!c. ST. LOUIS, April 21.-Lead steady at 2.12'i 2.15c. Spelter strong at 3.95e bid. Fruttsi r.nd Xuts. NEW YORK. April 21. California dried fruits firm fo" evdiK.-ated apples e.n 1 julet and etea-ly for other fruits; evaporated apples, choice. 'iif 4e; fancy, 41ti4-"lic; prur.es. 2ljc. as to size and quality; apricots, rcyal. huic: Moor Park. VZtfji 15c; peacher. unpeeled, 6'SlOc; iK;eled. 11Q14C-. Nuts neglected and largely nominal; walnuts. f.'ifti's?; Almonds, paper-shelled, 12&12c; scft- shelled. ?c. live: STOCK. Cnttle Senree nnd Stronger-llojurw Aet Ive nnd Lower Sheep Stroiifr. INDIANAPOLIS. April 21. e.'attle Receipts. 4 0; shipments light. There was a very liht supply of all grades. The demand was good at stronger prices and all sold early. Ex)ort grades , Shippers, medium to good.... Snipers, common to fair.... Feeders, fair to good , Stockers, rommon to good.... .J4.65SIS 5.15 , 4.20'ft 4.5) . 3..Vt 3.0 . 3.75SU 4.2S . 3.01 3.W . Z.Wi iJ0 . 2.M'a 3.3.-. . 3.2."-G) 3.75 . 2.f.5 3.(H) . l.r.wi 2.) . A.VAt ".;. . 3.0'XJr 4.25 . Z.Vrtt 3.75 . 2.1 ecr 2.73 Hellers, good to choice , Heifers, common to medium C ws. good to choic? Cows, fair to medium Cows, common and oi l Veals, gool to choice Veals, common to medium, l ulls, good to choice Bulls, common to medium Milkers, eood to choice, per head .20.if.7N.).0 Milkers, common to medium, per head.lS.OO(5i25.0 Heps Receipts, 5,000; shipments, l.Ooo. The market openod active at a decline of 2'4c. Park ers were liberal buyers and a!l were sold in good s?ason, the closing being steady. L'pht ...$4.rtOT4.07i Mxed A. 4.0o(Tj4.7', Heavy picking and shipping . 4."it4.1211s Pics 3.tM".j35 Roughs ..... ...... .. 3.2.'!r43.70 Sheep and Lambs Receipts light; shipments light. But llttl doing for want of stock. The market was rtrong. Sheep, god to choice $3.G0tf4.25 Fheep. common to medium 2.75ft 3.23 Iimbj, j;ood to choic? 4.',i j.2T. Lamb i, common to medium 3.5eG4.25 Buck ler head 3.0C'5.0J Klsevrliere. CHICAfiO, April 21. There was an active de mand f jr desirable cattle and prlce-s ruled strong er. Siles were on a basia of $3.K."f:4.2o for com non dre.sl beef steers up to $35.50 for rather choice to extia beeve?. The bulk of the cattle cicssed the rcales at $4.4(5. txivirt steers selling at $4.5.5. A good m?ny stockers and feeders wtre purchased at $3.75';f4.35. with prime feeder fcelling at $4.4''34.ro. e:ojd to choice fat t-owa and he-ife-rj soil at $3.V"74.50. Calves re Id up to $5.5i. Vexans were sttaily. with grasfers selling at $2.50. There was a fairly active demand for hogs, but buyers succeeded in forcing a further de ci.ne of about 5c. The hog were mostly superior In ejuillty and sold lately within a narrow ranjo. the bulk going for 4-05fi4.P. Heavy pack irg lots foutd purchasers at 43.65Ii3.S5 and prime b gs .old up to $1.13. Pigs sold at a w ide range of prices There wes a good demand for Khecp, but the receip's we.-e heavy and prices went off 5Sj.Px Sheep sold at $3fj.5 for the jxirest up to $5 for fit Wt sterns. Prime leavy export sheep Here orth itKut $5.23. Thin lar. b wre ratable at $3.25 and Inferior sold for $3.50. From thehe prices ir.les were all the way up to $5f3.2 for mk1 fat 7' to w-pound Westerns, with Colorado Umbs lr. demand at J5.:5.!ft. Receipts-Cattle. 12.CC0; hogs, 28.CO); sheep, 1C.(. ST. IOUIS. April 21. Cattle Receipts. 3.000; shipment. 2(."0. Mf.rkt ftrong for natives; active and 8te"dr for Texans; fancy export steers would .sll at $3.1Cfj5.35; fair to choice native shipping steers, 51.505.10, bulk at f4.C03 4.83; dressed beef THE JOURNAL ACCOUNTANTS. C. S. PEBiltY (have yoar book ndjunte d). . .Tel. TS1H. ltooni 1. Jonrnal Illds. architect! XV. SCOTT MOOIti: t SON..1S Blackford riIoek. AVnIiln;ton aad 31eridlan t. AUCTIONEERS. M'CLICDY Jt rEItltV (Ileal i:tate and Oeueral Auctioneer). i:t: V. "VVasIi. St. BICYCLES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JOII A. WILDE (Ueniiaton llieyrle.) 10S J!a.;cliniet: Avenue. CARPET CLEANING. Howard Steam Carpet Cleaning and Renovating Worksi lei. 4110. CARPET WARP. BUFFALO CAHPET WARP, the llet. A.11.MITCI1ELU Selllnf? Asent. Ind'pl. CARRIAGES ANI WAGONS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL II. T. CONDE mi'LEMEVi' CO -7 lo Capitol Avenue. Xorth. CIGARS AND TOBACCO WHOLESALE. PATHFINDER. CIGAR (Indiana t'lgar luupun) ). .32 South Slerldlan Street. IIAMULCIOMAX lue, Florida Seal 5e Clgurn..4:i Kentucky Av l'l.one DIAM0NDS-VH0LESALE AND RETAIL. J. C. SIPE (Importer Flue Diamond; . . . . Room 4, 1S1-2 .North Meridian !t. DRAUGHTSMAN. II. D. .YEALY (Patent antl Meehanlcal Wetrl;) Room 11 Hubhard Block. " ELECTROTYPERS.' I.XDIAXA KLECTIIOTYPE COSIPA.M (I lonipt uorL)....2:J Wet Tearl Street. FLORISTS. BERTER.1IAW BROS., 'o. S3 and 11. Y ash. St. (Pcmhroke Arcade) Tel. N4a GENERAL TRANSFER-HOUSEHOLD MOVING. ! MECK'S TIIAASFER CO.nPA.W., i'litiac ;iT ..7 Circle Street. IIO(iA. TRANSFER. STORAGE CO.. Tel. (17.. .S. Y. Cor. u-h. :nl Illinois) t. GRILLE AND FRET WORK. HENRY L. SPIEGEL, Designer and 31uiiidue-turer..31U Exist Vermont Street. HAIR STORE. MISS J. A. TURNER The Bazaar. Over llaerle'a. HARNESS, SADDLES AND HORSE CLOTHING. STRAW 31 YE R Si MLIlD (.Kepuirmu neatly Uuuv) IS .noiiuuient Place ICE CREAM-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. PUTN'AII COUNTY 3llt.lv COM P A.N k 1. to Hi North East Street. FRED II. SCHMIDT... LAUNDRIES. UNION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNI)U . . i.- 144 Virginia Ave. Call Phone l'JUU. : LIVERY, E0ARD AND HACK STABLES. THE CLUB STABLES (Roth fc louujt) We-m Market. Tel. lbci. LOANS ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES, ETC. CONLEN'S CITY' LOAN ol FlCE .17 Ue-it WashlnKton Street. MANTELS AND GRATES. P. M. PURSELL (3Inntel. Grate- ao. uriuict') . . Maocachuet t Avenue. PAPER BOXES. BEE HIVE PAPER BOX CO. (Fancy. . ialu or Folding Boxes). 70 W. Wash. St. PATENT ATTORNEYS. E. T. SILV11S & CO liouniM 17 and 18, Talhott Block. PATENT LAWYERS. " CHESTER BRADFORD, 14-1G Hubbard Blk., cor. Washington and Meridian. 11. P. liOOD fc SON :i-0 Urlglit Block, ilt 1-12 Kant Market St. V. 11. LOCKWOOD 4ir-4l;s Lciackc lluilaiii.;. PATENT SOLICITORS. ' HEBER S. PAR A 31 ORE.... .3 West WaMhintun Street. ' PATTER NS-WOQf) AND METAL. INDIANAPOLIS PATTERN WORKS (Make any Trick or Device).. 101 S. Peun. PLUMBING AND J. S. FARRELL & CO.. Contractors PRINTERS AND ENGRAVERS. FRANK 11. S31ITII (5 Engraved luru, $i.oo... North Pennsylvania Street. ', SALE AND LIVERY STABLES. HORACE WOOD (Carriages, 'Vrays, Buckhoards, etc.).. 25 Circle. Tel. JOt)7. SEEDS, BULBS, ETC. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HUNTINGTON V PAGE (Senel lor Cataloiiue) 7N E. Market St. Tcl..l-tt J VAIL SEED CO. (New Firm.) Get Catalogue. .. .tMJ . Delaware St. Tel. 145. SHOW WILLIASI WIEGEL. STENOGRAPHERS AND NOTARIES. HARDY fe HANSON. Private Shorthand School. 'I'lioneOOO. .501 beincke llldg. UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS AND CANES. C. W. GUNTKER, 3Ianafneturer Pembroke Arcade and SO Mats. Ave. " WALL PAPERS. II. C. STEVENS. New Styles of "Wall Paper. Low Price .... 4J N. Senate Ave. JULIUS A. SCIIULLER SEALS. BTEUICZLa, STAKI'i. ygyTEH306. 15 SJMERIDIAN ST. Grouhp Fiocr. and bitchei-j. steers. S3.GU$j. bulk at $4.12',4.60; fleers ur.dtr ,w pjunux, va.5,i4.:i... bulk at S3.S5 4i4.25; btckers anu feeders, i4.'.o, bulk at $3.7j li4.40; tovs ant heii'eis, lu hulk of cows, 2.7.W3.o; bubs, 2.U.rai: 'lexas and Indian steers, led. 3.4tVj?4.v); srass. iZACtu 3.b5; cows end hilfcrs. 2'j3 i5. . Hog:; Receipts, 7.u: shipments. 2,0X. Marketx Cc lower; light, $?.6.'i3.1tj; mixed. s3.tK.5iJ.H5; heavy, $3.501 4. heei iteveints, 4.f00; shipments. 1.0. rj. Market low and weaA; natie muttons. .l.Lufll.9'; cutis and bucks; 3'a3 z:; lambs. 5; Texas shftiv irrass pni feu. JJ''i4.50. XEV.r YORK, April 21. Leeves Receipts. 1.310. Market slUhtly easier, except for pooU hteers; stags and cxen. $.75'4i4.i5; bullJ. fZ.XoZiS.te, dry eews, ll.b3.-3. Cables quote American t-teers at H'ialt'sc; sheep, lOQUlsc; refristtator beef. fiPK.. Kxiorts. 4".') beeves anl 6,Uii quarters of Uer. Calves Receijtb. 4.fc4. ilaiket fairly ac tive at steady prices; vcols, WU'o.Zi. Ho Receipts. 7.S07. Market steady at $1.30 Sheep anl Lambs Recetrts. S,t75. Market quiet; common and medium stock weak; unshorn Klieej. 4J5.23; cllj-id rheep. .0J'ii4.:V): unshorn lambs. f5.2.'fC.30; clii.iKJd lambs, 4.3."&i'.W. KANSAS CITY, April 21. Cattle-Ilecelpts. 5.0c0. liest grades firm; others steady; Texas steers. Vi.ZZ'g l Texas cows, fC43.7r.; native steers, IZ'Qh; native eows and helters. 1.2.'.'ix4.25; stockers and feeders. 2.25ifi4.75: bulls, J2.154-4. Hoprr Receipts. 12.WN). Market weak to rc lower; bulk of sales, $3.75-0 3.!n5; heavies. Mor 2M; packers, $3.70fi3.S0; mixed. 53.VTi3.s7,s: liphts. 3.7.-?j3.F0; Yorkers. $3.75ff3.0; pigs. S.7". Fhcep Receipts, 7.(M. Market steady; lambs. 4.Kri5; muttons. 13.U5Wt.Co. HAKT I1UFFAU). April 21. Tattle Receipts all cons'jrned throuub and market rteady and fnm. t.'alves Receipts, 140. Market steady; t.od veals selling at l.5ctt4.KX Hogs Receipts. 14 cars. Market very dull; pip, cxmmon to fair, W.'J'fiZ.&K Sheep and Laml.s Receij ts, 22 cars. Market slow; lambs?, choice to prime, $5.1 i 6.35; Fueej.. choice to selected wethers, $5i5.35; culls and common, $2.0$23.?5. LOCIaVIl.LH. April 21. Cattle Receipts. P0. Market slow; shipping steers, $414.50; butchers, I;:?! 4.25; Ptockers and fee.lers. ?2.C0rr 4.10. Hoc-Receipts. 3.7'. Market very dull; heavy, $3.1s'"j3.35; mediums. $3.QS.i24: lights. $3.5e3 3.S7'4; roughs. r!.5CW3.50. Fheep It x-elpts. 3K. Market steady; choice sleep. $3.7lfi4; fair, 5fj3.ro; extra Iambs, 4.4' 4.75; fair. Mfj'4.25. KAST LIBK11TY. April 21. Cattle steady and unchanged; veal cales, t4.5o?i5. Hogs active; prime medium and best Yorkers, J4.2ttft4.25: fair Yorkers. J4.Pfi 4.15: heavy hogs. $4.10r4.2u: lies. 3.SHU4; roujfhs. t2."l.'..'.t). yheep firm: cll'vd sheep, choke, $f..Wil.C9; common S3.10i3.75; choice lambs, $5.2.y 5.5-;; si ring lambs. ICWS. CINCINNATI. April Ul.-Cattle dull at $2.C5 175. Hr.ss slow and lower at 3.1.rf?4.0r.. fcheep rteady at $34; lambs lower. Skirmish vltli the Army. For several nights the Salvation Army has been makinK excursions Into the ene my's country, leaving its accustomed stand on Washington street and golnp out Into the residence portion of the city. Last night a stop was in.'ide at St. Clair and Delaware streets. The enemy l;;.st night appeared in the shape of half a doz-n younfj men and bo vs. who bombarded the position with cabbaRc. eggs and other fruit. Patrolmen Lepnert and Maddux cap tured two of the attacking party and sent them to the police station chargca with dis turbing a religious meeting. n Van Sickle Was Hurried. G. W. Van Sickle, whose house at No. 2 Hrookslde avenue was destroyed by lire yes terday mornlnjr early, was badly burned In attempting to extinguish the flames. He roused the members of the family at the sme-li of smoke and g;ot thcia out safely. He went back Into the house with a pall of water. He did not know the progress the fire had made above the celling. He was suddenly enveloped In flames. Ills hair was burned off and he was severely burned about the face and neck. XVti'ifijtay, stencilstampsj Business DIRECTORY. JEWELRYWHOLESALE. JucUkou Place, opn. Union Station. STEAM HEATING. 84 North Illinois Street. CASES. ,0 West Louisiana Street. WINES. HO and 112 North Meridian Street. PENNSYLVANIA LINES FOR .... CHICAGO AND Northwest Leave ll:Jo a. m. and V2:V nvhi; arrive Chicago o:00p. m. and 7:15 a. 111., tlaily. Parlor car on tlay train; local sleeper oa nibt train. The Short L7n: far ST. LOUIS anl THE WEST. Leave Indianapolis Dail.lj a. in.. 12:(j noDii. 7 p. m., ll:Uu p. m. Arrive iit. louis L'niou Station 1.55 p. ta., 7:J1' p. m., 1:41 a. m.. t a. ta. I'arlor c-sr on 1:40 noon train dally and local sleeper on 11.20 p. ra. train dally lor Lvansvil.e and St. Louis, open to recti v passengers at Ticket oliices. No. 48 West Washington fctrttt and I'nion Station. GEO. K. HOC ti WELL. I. V. A. n A. FOHD. General Passenger Agent. SAWS AM) 31ILL M PPLIKS. a 'pflTr 5- c v Manufacturer i A I U3 Sxeplrer ofClltCULAlkCRt. C v CO.. Manufacturer a ther lii-TLNG. LMEIiV WIIKtCLS and MILL. BUrJ'i.iw. - SAWS lillnotj street, 1 SQuar tout Unlos KUtion. SAWS ' EMERY WHEELS SPECIALTIES rr W. R Barry Iniw and Supply Co :?r P. PKNN ST. All kinds f Cas r-i. ' slkglo.. OFFICE-K Utst 54-met street. Hours 10 a. a.; lUlp. ra ; buniairs txctpttA 1t.m (.hou. til. i I!. C. I. KIISTCIHCU, RrJlLLNCL 55 North l'ecnyl vni- nC Or'lCL tCt South Uerlllan stre'. OS.ee Hours S to 19 a. na.: 2 to 4 u- n.; t I l. m. T ephones OfJc. tJ'.; rest. nc. 47. Dr. W. B. Fl-tchcr's Sanatorhtta, Sleatal and Xcnon I)Ixcue. i2inoi:t:i ai.aiiama st. Dr. Sarah Stockton NORTH DELAWAHE KTLCLT. or.if Hour?: 9 to 11 a. m.: 2 to 4 p. ta. Tel :n IIYICIAX. fss$ sottish FITTED , MfffpiyTP VC 93H.rE:i!rr, CEM1SCI4 H3C:E.. INJIAnAPjL15-ND. Tiio Sunday Jonrnal, by Eail, $2 a Yen .v.