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THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1900.
7 SAVE YOUR MONEY AND DEP051I 1 1 TYIT1I THE INDIANA TRUST CO. COK. WASHINGTON ST. AND VIRGINIA AVE. 3 PER CENT. INTEREST Allowed on Deposits of One Dollar and Upward. The full amount of DCDOSltS. includinZ - ... a. I Interest, may be withdrawn without any cicuuciions You May Deposit at Any Time No Regular Amount is Required OFFICERS: X P. FRENZE! President. FREDERICK FA UN LEY. First V. Fres. E. G. CORNELIUS. Second V. Prca. JOHN A. BUTLER. Secretary. N'OTlClC. Until October we will close at 12 o'clock tn. on Saturdays. Indiana Title Guaranty & Loan Go 7Mi Company '! most complete Title Plan in Indiana. emrrring tne separate nanisot ELL101T t Ht'TLKK. WILLIAM t-V ANPKRSON. and THEODORE STEIN. These bare steed He jot for more than a third of a century. TITLE l Jt'PANO:, AnSTRACTS.LOAKS. 9AFR DEPOSITS. S. A. I LL1CHHR& CO.'S Safe Deposit VcitJ.lt 20 East Waahinkton Street . Absolut aafetr against flra and burglar. Po llceraan day and night on guard. Designed for lafa keenlnr of Money. Bonds. Wills. Deds. Ab- t racts. Silver -Flat. Jewol nd valuable 3runks, Packages, etc. Contain 2,100 boxes. Kent 9ft to 45 rr year. 8. TARKGTOXMNHM.31anager. j out NERVOUS AND IRREGULAR BTOCK PRICES FLUCTUATE BflOADLY IN OVERSOLD .MARKET 2Vet Change- Small, lnt Mostly De- cllnei Foreign Bonds on Sale Lo cal Business Becoming Dull. At New York yesterday money on call ,a8 easy at lUtfl1a per cent; last loan, Pr cent. . Prime mercantile paper, 3Ha per cent. Sterling exchange was weak, with actual business In bankers bills at $l.S61-&3 .88U for demand, and $1.83.S3S4 for sixty- days ; posted rates, 14.85 and J1.874.S3; Commercial bills, U.SZ&Hi.Wk. - Bar silver was GOc; silver certificates. WUGlc; Mexican dollars, 47Jic. At Lon Öon, silver bars sold at SSl-16d an ounce. There was considerable speculative ac tivity in the stock market yesterday and the fluctuations In prices were quite wide ana irequem. ine net cnanges are mostly small, so that the result of the dav's trad- nr la nn wxln.l r. U 1 9 uvb wuvtuoiic a. J tu luill III prices. The market was exceedingly Ir regular all day, and at times very much Confused. The opening depression, in sympathy with London, where the Chinese outbreak had an unfavorable effect, was generally overcome. Prices then broke with Borne violence, the bear attack beinp di rected especially against Baltimore & Ohio. Continued pressure was evident also against Brooklyn Transit. Baltimore & -Ohio was one of those stocks which has 2een most advanced in price on predictions JDf a dividend disbursement, and whispers jwere current yesterday that the declaration Of the dividend would be at least de ferred. The stock suffered to the extent Of four points at the lowest level. Brook lyn Transit sold at 40c, which was 2c below Saturday's level. In sympathy with this acute weakness the whole market sold toff, and apparently the liquidation of last greek, was renewed In force. But the market gave evidence later of being over eold and the bears began to absorb stocks to cover their short contracts. The result was a general recovery of the earlier losses. But there was nothing like de moralization among the bears, the cover lng movement being conducted In a well jordered manner. The bulls attempted to extend the advance, but prices had not . risen more than a fraction above Saturday Sight s level except in Brooklyn Transit. ' mhen the demand from shorts diminished to almost nothing. The dribble of Hnulda tlon was sufficient to turn prices down :wai-d again and they were only partly arrested at about Saturday night s level. Where the movement became very irrrg tilar at the closing. The principal influence In causing the doubtful mood among the "professional bears was the sharp break In wheat. The fact that the break was largely due to technical causes and to a pressure to realize on the part of an overextended long interest, did not seem to Jessen Its effect, in tpite of the continued reports of the damage wrought to crops in the Northwest. The stock market was apparently as much oversold as the wheat market was overbought, and professional ""Jn? u? Llh'rrA" "?.f.t!: The apprehension caused by the Saturday l nr unnrrnrnfinn raur l uv oiiiuni iv bank statement was also soothed to some extent. The conviction gained ground thnt the sharp decline In cash reserves was due to preparation for the withdrawal of gov ernment deposits and possibly to the placing of bids for the New York city gold 3.1 per cent, bond isue, which was awarded yesterday to the amount of 'i Tj. t"i o . ... In this connection an attempt to sell in Xew iorK ioreign government ani muni- .iniaH foftiYi a en imn.H,i ?Ao is V4 vs fwivvv w v at4a a i ts. 1 .J t llian loan of 10O5, at ff'i and interest: a like amount of Grand Duchy of Hesse. (3er inany, 3V4 per cent, loan of 1W, due 1900, at $4 and interest; $l:5.ono city of Mann heim. Germany. 4 per cent, loan of istt. due M. at ion1 and Interest, and jso.w City of Zurich. Switzerland. 4 per cent, loan tof 1?. due I9:o. at and Interest. Bank ers interested in llatlng the loans declared th3t they had picked the bonds up at advantageous terms through foreign cor respondents and believed them to be good Investments. It was denied that the bonds itere sent to this country on account of not being marketable abroad. The bond market was not active and rice changes were Irregular. Total sales. at par value, were tl.lS5.ono. United States threes and new fours declined Uc in the bid price. The following are the day's share sales nd the closing bid prices: Closing Stocks. 'Atchison Sal.-s. Bid. 2.10 33. W) S7,7) 9k 42. 4"Ki 244 Atchison pref ."4 71' tVi 4S 244 l4 1224 lc 4 14 in-!', U ( 33 i:-4 in r; l4 t I4r 114 324 ll-4 1 42 Pa It! more & Ohio Canadian l'alflc Canada southern heapeake A Ohio Chicago freat Western Chicago, Burllnaton & Qulncy Chicago. IndlanaroHs A !ulvilla Chicago. Ind. St Ivul. pref hicaso Sc Eastern Illinois Cblcaso Northwestern 62d Chicago. Bork Island A Taclflc ... 10.;o C. C C. A St. L... rro Colorado Southern Colorado Suth'rn first pref Crtt4n fiuthrn second pref .... Delaware A Hudson Delaware. Lackawanna & Western IVnver &. Bio Orande T?enver St Bio Orande pref Trim y.rt first prer Crest Northern pref Jlocslng i', Stocking Valley - 170 : 4 0 1.2 L310 Iliinot central Jost central Iowa central rrer Kansas City. Ptttitnarf & Gulf .... r- Cris A Weatera 92 2oi 74 S5 147 ll'i 4V., 74 47H 24 La k- ignore l-r.nl.vil! X- VaahvlllA 7.M3 3,0 V) 11 11 $.7. Ml 1.42a 2.3..i 3.23-1 S" 20.973 1.911 &10 ,?0SnES! railway MxUan Ootral Minneapolis & iL Iymls ., Minneapolis & St. Loud pref .. Missouri I'actnc .. Mobile A Ohio Missouri. Kansas & T'xas .... Missouri. Kaiu Ac Texas pref ew Jersey (.antral in 127,; 30 , 74 4Ha 70 7b Ui 60 11 Mi 27 hi S7'i Rä ls 170 '4 lit) 31. 11 IA 13, 7 17 8 13 117 150 4 120 .Ne-w tork cntral Norfolk & Western Norfolk & Western pref Northern Paclttc Northern Taclric pref Ontario Ac Western ffrfcon Railway & Navigation .... f regon Katlway At Navl. pre! I'nnsylvanla 5.270 P.. C C. & Kt. L. iUsdinx Rio irand Western Km 2 "J 30 'wo umnnr r?iriu piri .......... st. Louis & Fan Franctco Ft. Louis A San K. second pref .. r0 M. Louts fru-uthwetern 3-V) Ft. Louis Bouthweetern pref 1.00) st. faul 21.350 i.A.. , Ol. I IUI J-'iri St. Paul ä Omaha Southern I'arlflc 7.SV) 2,M Li 1.7M 4.K") Southern Katlway Southern Hallway pref leitu At I'annc Union 1'aclflr Union Pacific pref Wabash Wabash pref j 2.3"0 Wheeling & lake Krle heeling & Lake L'rle second pref 200 WL-tconsin Central 400 EXPRESS COMPANIES. Adams American .... United States Well Fargo MISCELLANEOUS. American Cotton Oil 770 1.203 no SOU ts 2 1 304 S54 10 17 17 6"4 29 70 108 71. ? 129 3 52H 29 1 22 23, 3 12 American Cotton Oil pref American Malting American Malt in pref .. American Smelting and Refining .. American Smelting and U. pre! ... American Fplrlts American Spirits prer ... American steel noop American Steel Hoop pref 315 1L1S0 618 1.14 American Steel and v ire American Steel and Wire pref .... American Tin Plate American Tin Plate pref American Tobacco 20.8M American Tobacco pref .... Anaconda kilning- Company 700 Brooklyn Rapid Transit S1.1D7 Ccloradn Fuel and Iron 100 Continental Tobacco 70) Continental Tobacco pref 1.5KX) Federal steel Federal Stel rref .490 &S5 1.325 laoo m 200 Jeneral Electric .. Glucos Sugar 45C cut I? 14 Glucose Sugar pref international faper ................. International Paper pref 631 lACled Gas National Biscuit National Blucult pref 69 2SV4 79 .National Lead 13 95 National Lead pref .National Ktei 8.010 1.019 2i4 National Steel pref .ew lorn Air-waxe 127 North American 144 Pacific Coast Pacific Coast second pref Pacific Coast second pref 80 68 H Pacific Mall 7oo 2l 4 42V People's Gas 15.075 Pressed Steel Car 1,300 Pressed Steel Car pref lullman Palace Car 1"0 70 17 9 Republic Iron and Steel 25 Keruhlle Iron and Steel pref 700 Standard Rope and Twine 100 5 Sugar 54.110 113 114 Susar pref Tennessee Coal and Iron 624 Third-avenue 430 2.755 1.680 400 310 500 108 United States Leather United States Leather pref 65 25 92 unitea Mates ttubDer United States Rubber pref western Lnion 7S4 Total sales 542.400 Offered. UNITED STATE8 BONDS. United States ref. twos, re., when issued 102 United States ref. twos, coup.. when Issued 103'i Urilted Ktates twos, re 100 United States threes, reg 10S4 .United States threes, coup 10S4 W'4 10s 1341 134 unueo states inrees, small Donas.. 1014, United States new fours, res; 134 United States new fours, coup 134 United States old fours, reg 114 114 115H united states old fours, coup 115 United State fives, reg 113 United States fives, coup 113 113H 113? Monday's Bank Clearings. At New York Clearings, J93.S24.4S0: bal ances, S3,19Z,631. At Boston Cearines. 13.933.S00i hal. 1 ances, gi.5i7.62Q. I At Chicago Clearings, $24,S33,451: bal- I anCCS, S-.9Sl,0Sf. At Philadelphia Clearings, J3.428.474; balances, Jl.712.43U. At St. Louis Clearings, J5.450.8S4: bal ances, $S8,5i6. At Baltimore Clearings, $2.56S,732: bal ances, J344.172. At Cincinnati Clearings. J3.305.700. LOCAL CHAIN AXD PRODUCE. Snmmer Dnllnens la Becoming No ticeable In Trade Circles. Genuine summer weather is beginning to cut down trade in several lines. Still the volume of business now in progress in a number of com modules Is In excess of June last year. Espe daily are the grocers, the Iron and hardware merchants, the druggists and the commission houses doing a good business, and were margins a little larger little complaint would be heard of present business conditions. Fluctuations In values yesterday were light. Flour still has a hardening tendency, as have lemons and, in fact. all tropical fruits. Dut few oranges are on the market. Poultry, eggs and butter, if good stock. readily bring prices quoted. More care should be exercised in shipping fresh eggs. Young chickens are in active request. eu mercnams report trade quiet, as is the case with the hide and leather markets. The local rrain market attracts more attention. but receipts are not what tney snouia De, snow lng that grain is being neia back ror better price?. Track bids yesterday, as reported by the Kccretary or tne oara 01 inae, ruiea as ioi- lews: Wheat No. 2 red. RTc; track, 7c on milling freight: No. 2 red, 83JS6c; June, 87c track; waaon wheat. Sfto. Com No. 1 white. 44c: No. 2 white. 44c; No. 3 white. 44c; No. 4 white. 41$? 43c; No. 2 white mixed. Wie: No. 3 white mixed. 43Uc; No. 4 mhlte mlxAd. 40Hfx2,c: No. 2 yellow. 4.V4c: No. 3 yellow, 43Uc; No. 4 yellow. 40aM24c; No. 2 mixed, 43'c; No. 3 mixed, 434c; No. 4 mixed. 40Ufr42Vic: ear corn. 43Uc. Oats No. 2 white. 28c: No. 3 white, 27c; No, 2 mined. 2c: No. 3 mixed, z.c. Hay-No. 1 timothy, !13.50'314: No. 2 timo thy. $12..V?n3. Inspections What: No. 3 red. 4 cars; rejected. 2: total. 6 cars. Corn: No. 1 white, ft cars; No. 2 white. 17; No. 3 white, 21; No. 4 white. 1; No. 3 yellow, 14; No. 4 yellow, 1; No. 2 mixed. 1; No. 3 mixed. 15; No. 4 mixed. 3: no established grade. 1; total. 80 cars. Oats: No. 1 white, 1 car. Hay: No. l timothy, 3 cars; no. 1 prairie, 1 car; total. f cars. Poultry and Other Produce. (Prices paid by shippers.) eocTc;- ducKs. 'feathered. V? 7 full ...v i ui - . ifamcrra, ji.sy per aoz; young cnickens, itc per lb. Cheere New York full creams. 15c: domestic Swiss, reifte; brick. 14c: llmburre-r. 14c. Butter Choice roll. 12c per lb; poor. No. 2, 6TIKC. Bags Fresh. 9c per doz. Feathers Prime geese, 30c per lb; prime duck, jyc per id. IWwax--30c for yellow; 25c for dark. Wool Medium, unwashed. 2tK?22c; tub-washed. I 3Hi 35c; burn' and unmerchantable, 5c less; fins J merino. iyi5e. i HIDES TALLOW ETC G ef n-sal ted Hides-No. 1, 8c; No. 2, 7c; No. 1 calf, loc: No. 2 calf. 9c. Jrease White, 4c; yellow. 3Uc; brown, tc Tallow No. 1. 44c; No. 2, 4c. the jonniNO trade. (The quotations given below sre th4 selling prices or tne wnoisaie neaiers.) Candles and Xnts. Csndles Stick. 4"97c per lb; common mixed. '9'c; grocers' mixed. 5c: Banner twist stica. Sc: cram m!xd. sc; cid -um mixen, 7c. Nuts soft-shelled almonds, 13rlV: English walnuts. 12'dl4c; Brazil nuts. 9c; filberts, 11c; peanuts, roasted, ifcsc; mixea nuts, i9c. Canned Coods. Corn. 75r$l.25. Teaches Eastern Standard. J- lb. ?2'?.,.2.-: 3-lb seconds. $l.o-;; California. standard. $2.12.40; California seconds. $1.9ovf2. Miscellaneous lUarkberrles. 2-lb. S.'jjc; rasp berries, 3-lb. $i.2.Vff 1.30; pineapple, standard, 2-lb. $l.a.VJl.: choice. $2fi2.I0; cove oysters. 1- lb. full weight, fl.or.fi 1.10: light. 6..-: string beans. 3-lb. ii"Q$'c; Lima beans. $1.2'rl.25; peas, marrowfats, faenft; early June, $1.101.13; lob sters. $l.Wa-2; red cherries. 9"Cft$l: strawber ries. fv.jtc; salmon, l-lb. ?.J2; a-ib tomatoes. Coal and Coke. Anthracite (all s!). $7 per ton: C. A 0 Kanawha. 4 2V. Plttehurg. $4.25: Raymond, $4.25; Wlnifrede. $4.23; Jackson. $4.2; block. $3.23; Island City lump. IS 75: lumn coke. 11c ner bu. 12.75 per 25 bu: crushed coke. 12c per bu. $3 per pu; KioBsnurg. pr ion: onneiisviue coke. 41 lrr iuii, iwi"nriri5 lull.)', jt.-Hj. Flour. Etralaht rrades. $11.2; patent flour, JI.J 4.45; srrina wheat patents. $'.4J5 5. Drags. Alcohol. I2.4strr asarerida. rr: alum. 24 t4: camphor. S'S?7'c: cochineal. SOftST?; chJoro icrm, .'.$ '; copperas, brls. 9"c; cream tartar, pure. S-SSc: indto. f.vV: licorice. Caiab.. grnulne. 3:.''?4'V; magnesia, carb.. 2-ox. 222c; morphine. V. & W.. rr os. t2.1572.4'; madder, 1471c; oil. raator. par Kal, $!.15fil 25; oil. ber aamot. p: lh. $3: opium. $.1.50'73.75: quinine. P. A "., per v': balsam copalha, ob affile; scan, castlle, Fr., 12tTlc: soda, bicarh.. 243c: sclts. Epsom. 144c; sulphur flour. 245c; aalt atsr. 10314c; turpentine, 64g0c; alycerlns. 1IO Lake- Erl & Western pref . 2ftc- IMHe potassium. 12.6"$ 2.45; bromide po tassium. 5i6io; chlorate potash, 1520c; borax. ?til2c; clnchonida. 2-?40c; carbolic acid. 3 33c. Dry Good. nieached Fheetir.Ks Androscoggin L, Vc; Perkley. No. GO. 4c; Cabot. 7'ic; Capitol. &e: Cumberland. Dwight Anchor. 8c: Fruit of the Iom. Tc; Farwell. 7c; Fltchvllle. 7c; Full Width. Re: tint Kage. tc; onaea Aire. c; inn ti.f Hone. 7c: Lin wood. 7'c: Lonsdale. 7.c-' Peabodv. 6c: I'rlde of the West. llUc; Ten strike, be; Pepperell. 9-i, 2Zc; Pepperell, 10-4. 2r; Androscoggin, s-4. wc; Anaros :o5gin. iw-t. 'C . ... . i . . . . nmn Shetinrs Atlantic j. -c: jtkjic. 6c: Booti c c; iucik. a CCC. ; Constitution. 4'Mnch ir-ch. ft; Dwighfs Star. 7c; C Öreat Falls J. jf; Hill Fine. F.rott C. c: muck s iieaa. n'tc; i-iiimn V ... . t i 1 w .i tl-1- .A urat Falls E. 5V; e. 7Hc: Indian Ileari. t'ic: Pepperell R. Teppereli, 10-4, 23c; An ft-4. 2lc: Androscorcln. 10-4. 23c. wint Atln drees style. 4Kc; Allen's staples. tc- Allen TR. lc; Allen's robes. 52c; Amer- lean Indigo. &c; Arnoia ion ciotn. u. oc; Arnom LLC. 7c; Cocheo fancy. 5'tC: Hamilton fancy, üti.- Merrlmac rinks and purples. 6c; Pacific fancy. 5,: Simpson's mourning. Sc; Simpson's Berlin solids. bhc: mpson s on nnisa. oc; American shirting. 4Hc; black white, 4c; grays. 4.C. Kid-finished Cambrics Edwards. 4c; Warren Zr; Plater. 4c; cineeees c. Tickinrs-Amoskeasr ACA. line; conestoga. nv IV- Cordis 140. llV.c: Cordis T. li'Ac: Cordis ACE. 11c: Hamilton awrtlnrs. c: Kimono fancy, 17c; Lenox fancy, l&c: aietnusn aa. joc; Oakland AF. So: Portsmouth. UHc; Suspuehan- na. 13c: Shtucket SW. BVfce; snetuciet jr. sc; Swift River. 5c. ... . . Grain Rics Amoskeag. lU.J); American, t1.r. VI- Hirmnnv. 115. SO; Stark. 118. oinirhflms Amoskeair staDles. ic: Amoskeaic dress, 7c: Bates. 5'ic; Lancaster, 5c; Lancaster Normandies, 7c; Itenrrew cress, 7C. Groceries. Coffee-Good. 1012c: prime, 12lt;; strictly prime, ltlfic; fancy green and yellow. jva. 2SSj':2c. Roasted Old Government Java, Z'JtnMc: Golden Rio, 24c: Bourbon Santos. 24c; Gilded Santos, 24c; prime Santos. 23c. Package ooflV city prices Arioea, iz.z.tcj uion. ii.4.-ic; r-i-v i2.25c: Caracas. 11.75c: Dutch Java blend. r t-.iii..w 11 Mall Pnnfh It Gates's blended Java, 11.25c: Jav-Ocha. 18.50e. Sugars City prices: Dominoes. 6.27c; cut loar. 6.42c; powdered. 6.12c; XXXX powdered. .17c; standard tranulated. .02c: fine granulated. 6.02e: Ttra fin rranulated. .12c: granulated. S-lb be rs. 6.12c; aranuiateo:. z-io dbs:s. t.ic; pnu lated. 5-lb cartons. 6.12e: rranulated. 2-lb car tons. 6.12c; cubes. 6.17c: mold A. 6.27c; confec tioners' A. S.szc; 1 coiumria A-Keynone ä. 5.67c; 2 Windsor A American A. 5.6. c; 3 Rldfte wood A Centennial A. 5.67c: 4 Phoenix A Call fornla A. 5.H2c: 5 F.mrlre A Franklin is, 5.57c: 6 Ideal Golden Ex. C Keystone h, 6.52c: 7 windnnr Ex. c American w. .4ic: 5 Kinwooa Ex. C Centennial B. 5.4zc: yeiiow kx. c California R. 5.27c: 10 Yellow C Franklin Ex. C. 5.32c; 11 Yellow Keystone Ex. C. 5.27c: 12 Yel lowAmerican Ex. C, 5.22c; 13 Yellow Centen nial Ex. C. 5.22c; 14 Yellow California Ex. C, 5.22c; 15 Yellow. 5.22c: 1 Yellow. 6.Z3C. r I Our OnvK S L jei x tai 1 1 uns, is. 50: 1-1 brl. 5: H brl. 18; 4 brl. $16; No. 2 drab, plain, 1-32 brl. per t(V. $1.23: MS brl, I $a.5rt; i brL $10: U brl. $20: No. 1 cream, plain. I 1-S2 brl. pr 1.000. 7; 1-1 brl. 8.75: H brl, $14.50; M brl, 128.50. Extra charge for printing, J1.10 lis. Salt In ear lots. ii.15XTi.zq; sroau ioxa. l.zqy 1.30. . . Prices Fepper, issue: auspice. lMzrisc; cloves. lLaiSc: cass a. I&ßl8c: nutmegs. 50065c per lb. Beans Choice hand-picked navy. $2.402.6O per bu; Limas, California, 'c per id. Screened Beans J2.35'ff2.40. Molasses and Syrups New Orleans molasses. fair to prime, 2S'g33c; choice, 35040c; syrups. U1T33C. Rice Louisiana, WWW, Carolina, 6igsttc. Shot $1.600 per bag for drop. T.sd eU'Ste for cressed bars. Woodenware No. 1 tubs. $7. 257. BO: No. 2 tubs. W.23'36.ö0; No. 3 tubs. $5.5003.50; 3-hoop pails, 11.75: 2-hooD palls. $1.5081.60: double washboards. $2.252.70; common washboards, $1.501."5; clothes pins, fygtc per box. wood Dishes No. 1. per 1.000, no. z. $2.50(32.75: No. 3. $2.75'53; No. 5. 13.25g3.50. Twine Hemp, 12 S 18c per lb; wool. 8310c: flax, ro30c; rPr. 2oc; jute, kidc; cotton, ivazx. Iron and Steel. Bar Iron 2.50e: horseshoe bar, tTS-SSc: nail rod. 7o; plow slabs. 4.50c: American cast steeL y&iio; lire sieei, ",jc; spring; sicei, 5vyc Leather. Leather Oak soles 32J?35c: hemlock sole, 26 30c: hsrnets. 3304; skirting. 3.49c; single strap. 424c: city Kip. pwnic; rrencn Kip. wewy $1.20; city causam, vucfi.iu; rrencn causkin. $1.20$ 185. Nails and Horseshoes. Steel cut nails. $2.63: wire nails, from store. 12.65 rates: from mill. $2.6o rates. Horseshoes, per keg. $4; mule shoes, per keg. $4.50: horse nails. per DOS. ro wire, jannuweu, painted, $3.1. Uli. Linseed, raw. 67c per gal; linseed oil, boiled. 68c ner gal: coal oil. legal test, 8S144c: bank. 4Srt.0e: best straits. 50c: Labrador. 60c: West Vlxrinla lubricating, zutraoc: miners'. 4uc; iara oils, winter strained, in brls, 5060o per gal; half brls, 3c per gal extra. Produce, Frnlta and Vegetable. Rananas Per bunch. No. L J1.50Q1.7S. Oranges California navels, $4; seedlings. $3.23; Mediterranean sweets, $4 . ' Lemons Messina, choice, zw to box. 4.wj; fancy. iW to box. $3; California lemons, $i.&0. Cocoatnuts ooc per doz. Potatoes. 6O0 per bu; $1.75 per brL New Potatoee $2.50 per brl. Cucumbers 30(3 40c per doz. Cabbage New. 73c per crate or brl. New Unions $1 per bu. Honey New white, 17c per lb; dark, 16c Cauliflower $2 per doz. Peas 75cf$l per bu. Green or Wax Beans 73c per bu. lettuce 5c Jr lb. Green Onions 25c per five doz. bunches. Rhubarb 10c per doz bunches. Radishes 10c per doz bunches. Asparagus 10c per doz bunches. Cherries $1.75 to $2 per 24-qt. crate. Currants $1 to $1.2." per 24-qt crate. Gooseberries $1 to $1.25 rr 24-qt crate. Raspberries $1.75 to $2 per 24-qt crate. Blackberries $2 ta $2.75 per 24-qt crate. Dewberries $2.23 per 24-qt crate. New Apples 2c to 45c per box. Pineapples $1.23 to $2 per doz. Watermelons. $25 to $30 per 100. Peaches Alabama, 4-basket crate $1.50; Georgia. 6-basket crate, $2.25. Strawberries $1.50 per 24-qt crate. Tennessee Tomatoes 63c per 4-basket crate. Provisions. Bacon Clear sides. 50 to GO 'lbs average. 8Te; 30 to 40 lbs average. 9c; 20 to 30 lbs average, i3,c; bellies, 25 to 30 lbs average. 8c; 18 to 22 lbs average, 9c: 14 to 16 lbs average, 9"c; clear backs. 12 to 1 lbs average. 9c; 6 to 9 lbs aver age, 9c. In dry-salt c less. Hams sugar cured, is to zo ids average, iii (fjllV. I lbs a 12tfl24c: 10 lbs Lard Kettle i 1 lbs average, ll'iviic; 13 lbs average. i average, rznuviC. rendered, Sc; pure lard. 8Hc. I'ork Bean, clear, $17; rump. $13.50. Shoulders 16 lbs average. 8c: 10 to 12 lbs aerage, 9c seeds. Clover, choice, prime, $4.73f?5; English, choice. $4.7V35: alslke, choice. $7ftS: alfalfa, choice. tflT: crimson or scarlet clover. $!n'4.50: tlmr othy. 45 lbs, prime, $1.31.35; strictly prime. $1.351.40; choice, $i.40'Ql.4o: rancy Kentucky, 14 lbs. $1.10: extra clean. 605t75c; orchard grass. extra. $1.201.50; red top. choice, 8Ocfi$1.40; Eng lish bluegrass, 24 lbs, $2(2.50; German millet. $1S1.73: Western German millet, 90cg$l; com mon mlUet. 8030c. a ' SALES OF HEAL ESTATE. Eleven Transfers, with a Total Con- aid era tlon of 40,025. Instruments filed for record In the re corder's office of Marion county, Indiana, for the twenty-four hours ending; at 5 p. m. June 25, 1500, as furnished by the In diana Title Guaranty and Loan Company, Suite 22, first office floor, The Lcmcke and Hartford block. Telephone 1760 old and S005 new. Thomas Allen to Georpo Reed, part of Lot 25, Ruddle &. Vinton s Park place addition Henry Deerberff to Matilda Holthoff et al., northwest quarter of north east quarter, Section 21. Township It T- J $300 1 14, UitllKf 1 160 "Christian Lubklnff to Erwin Amos.' part of Lrfts 3 and 6, Fuller's second eastern addition to Cumberland George C. 'Fisher to Frankie Ij. Ste phens et al., part of L,ot 8. Hitter's subdivision of Johnson's heirs' ad dition Homer X. Klester to Edward C. 1M- 303 ble, Lot 31, Atkins & Perkins's University-place addition 2.000 Germania Fire Insurance Company to American Hod Carriers Union, No. 1. part of Txt 10. BoatriRht's subdi dlvislon of Square 10 l.SOO James P. Wells et al. to Frederick C. Prueckner and wife, part of north cist quarter and part of southeast quarter. Section 23, Township 14, Ringe 4 y,500 Frank E. Martin to Klla Martin, part of northeast quarter. Section 13, Township 15. Ranpe 2 1,000 Emma A. Cummlnps to Annie Lyons, Lot 10, Square 2, Martlndale's south addition 1.925 Julia Foley to Margaret Foley, Lot 7, Lee's subdivision of Henderson's addition 4.000 Huch McK. Landon to Indianapolis Water Company, part of northwest half. Section 25. Township 3. and part of northeast quarter. Section 18, Township 1. Range 4 H.500 Transfers. 11; consideration t40,92S Dlneonrsglng. W"h-n war was waged In Cuba's Isle, We did the bet we could To learn to say the Spanish names Preclselv as we should But almost ere we had the words Fast In our mental clutch We had to start all over, for Th war. this time, was Dutch. And now the dgs of war are loos Far in th Orient; And neither Dutch nor Spanish now Is worth t- us a cent. It matters not what obstacles Linguistic one surmounts. They're sure to have war In the land Whose names one can't pronounce. Washington Post. BREAK OF FIVE CENTS WHEAT BROKE WITH A CRASH IX THE FIItST FCW MINUTES. Subsequently Regained All hut Tiro Cents Corn Weak Oats Firm and Higher Provisions Lower. CHICAGO. June 23. Wheat broke nearly 5c to-day under heavy liquidation but closed steady at a decline of 2c from Sat urday's close. Corn closed lflc down, oats lie higher and provisions from 17c to 20c reduced In ribs to 32c lower for pork. It was a wild day In wheat a battle be tween bulls and bears, in which the latter. for the first time in week?, scored a vic tory. July opened at 874c to S6c and sold between SSVic and 83-Tic, eloping 2c under Saturday, at S6c. There was some dispute as to what really were the opening figures. fo many trades took place at the sound of the gong. Some made the Initial range from SSc to S6Hc Certain It Is that all sorts of prices were paid in a Jumble and that two minnt nftrr tb- AnoMntr .Tiilv -i- " I changed hands at SSSSc. In the field of news the bulls retained their old friend, the Northwest crop wreck. Manitoba had rain, but Minnesota and the Dakotas reported dry, scorching: weather the kind that burns up vegetation in short order. One Dakota reporter had the temerity to men tion the appearance of fly. What harm fly would find left to do was not mentioned. On the bear side of the bulletin board was the Liverpool weakness In the face of the 4c advance here Saturday, the excellent conditions prevailing in the Southwest and the heavy world's shipments, which In cluded 2,000,000 bu from Russia. The visible waa also on the bear side of the fence. mowing an increase or 1.343,000 bu. The Southwest said: "Look out for a big movement." and declared that harvesting was progressing in many sections under the most favorable circumstances, with prom ises of wheat enough to go a long ways to wards making up the derlclency caused by the Northwest failure. The items given undoubtedly had some influence in the sell ing. Longs were profit takers Saturday and they were ready for more to-dav. The news had the effect of prodding them along. ana. to a degree, or lessening the demand from certain sections, although the North west yas still credited with paying good prices here to make up the home deficit. For a time following the opening the mar ket held steadily over 87c. Shortly before noon, nowever, July sagged to 87 and then, all in a few minutes, broke to 834c At 85c eton-Io?s ordr in larir nmw. rr.r. reached for the first time since the recent advance began and there was such a rush w " - - C5 -'V a s nvv to sell that between 85c and the bottom there was scarcely a check to the decline. Support, credited by many to Wall-street interests, caught the breaking cereal at 83c and hauled It back to SCc. at which the market closed. Receipts here were 187 cars, ten of contract grade. Minneapolis and Duluth reported 474 cars, against 649 last week and 981 a year ago. Receipts at nrimarv rtolnts Afre-re-ntri sifw k,i primary points aggregated W5,O0O bu, com- Tared with 1,222,000 a year ago. Clearances ai tne seaDoara, in wnear. ana nour, were equal to 333,000 bu. Corn was active and suffered with wheat and was at one time 2Hc lower than It closed Saturday. It recovered lHc of this loss and closed ltjlHc lower, at 4141Hc. The range for the day was between 42t4f?42Vic and 40Hc Throughout wheat furnished the mo tive. Country offerings were reported larger. Longs were heavy sellers, with shorts and some of the old bull crowd buy ers on the breaks. Receipts here were 610 cars Oats at one time on the board held against the downward pressure. With the break in wheat oats dropped off, but re- covered in good shape. The support came from the Northwest In the shape of damage claims, accompanied by buying orders. July sold between 26c and 24ic and closed iC over Saturday, at Ztfic. Receipts were Provisions wr ttiV i,nrf. v.r.r, M;rVe ü u' JZ a "Vi-: : VZr "F" ucai, uctiine. mere was a iair outsiae aemana, wnicn became er fectlve at the bottom and caused some re covery. The close, however, was rather weak at that. July pork sold between tiz.55 ard 512.10 and closed 2240 under Bat urday, at 112.32; July lard between J7 and 56.83, closing 20c lower, at t5.87V4, and July rios netween 57.07 and 6.92H. with the close ii20c down, at t6.90ti6.97H. usiuuairu m-eipia iu-morrow neat, W cars; corn, i.uof cars; oats, 17Z cars; bogs, wrW llu I naeirl 25.000 head Leading futures ranged as follows: Clos Wheat- ing. June.. July.. Aug... R5 M 874 41 414 424 25 26 Corn June.. July.. Aug... Oats July., Aug.. rork July.. $12. 50 Sent. 12.70 $1155 12.80 7.00 7.17H 7.15 T.074 7.23 $12.124 12.324 .85 6.95 7.05 6.S24 7.02H I12-S2H 12,55 .874 7.02 V 7.05 Lard- July.. 6.95 Fept.. 7.12H Oct... 7.15 Ribs- July.. 7.05 Sept.. 7.124 .97 7.07 Cash quotations were as follows: Flour steady. No. 3 spring wheat. 824982c; No. 2 red, 8640 No. 2 oats. 234i?264c: No. 2 white. JSUtf 29er 'n 3 White. 274c No. 1 flaxseed. $1.80: No. 1 North western. SI. 80. ' Prime timothy seed. 13. Clover. contract grade. $S. Mess pork, per brl. S12.20 12.30. Lard, per 100 lbs. $6.755. S74. Short-rib slde (loose). $6.R.'ff7.10: drv-saited ahnulrter fboxed). iH'ofiT; short clear sids boxed). 7.43 zn.wi. w msKv, rasis 01 nign wines, 11. za. Receipts Flour, 19.000 brls: wheat. 79.000 bu; com. 615.000 bu; oats. 322.000 bu; rye, S.ftOO bu: barley. 14,00 bu. Shipments Flour. lS.ooo hrls- wheat. 14.000 bu; corn. 825,000 bu; oats, 357.000 bu: ijc uuuc, uariey, du. Visible Supplies of Grain. NEW YORK, June 23. The statement of the visible supply of grain in store and afloat Saturday, June 23, as compiled by the New Tork Produce Exchange, is as follows: Wheat, 45,525,000 bu, an Increase of 1,350,000; corn. 12,161,000 bu, an Increase of 931.000; natj. bu. an increase of 53,000; rye, 4A'u du, a decrease or 13,W0; barley, 731,000 bu, a decrease of 39.000. -4 AT NEW YORK. Easier Tendency In the Market, Ex cept for Coffee and Saaar. NEW YORK. June 23. Flour Receipts, 1S.U4 brls; exports, 1S.T31 brls; unsettled and dull, with buyers and sellers further apart than ever. Win ter patents, 84.354.75; winter straights. 84.104.50; Minnesota' patents, $5.005.35. Corn meal steady; yellow Western, D5c; city, I3c. Rye nominal; State, 64S65c, c. 1. f.. New York, car lots. Barley quiet; feed ing. 4i4Rc. c. I. f.. New York; malting. 4?H52c. c. 1. f.. New Tork. Wheat Receipts. 109.150 bu; exports, 204.- 509 bu; spot nrm; No. 2 red. 94c, f. o. b.. afloat: No. 2 red. 02ic, elevator; No. 1 northern Duluth. 94Uc, f. o. b., prompt: No. 1 hard Duluth, IWic. f. o. b., afloat, prompt. Options opened excited and le below Saturday s late curb prices, being in fluenced by foreign Sellins; and unsatisfac tory English cables. A sharp rally on cov ering was followed by a late afternoon break under predictions of showers In the Northwest, and heavy unloading, closed firm on final covering with last prices ?4Srtl4c under Saturday s omclal close: Julv, Sittc, closed at 914; September, Kr-"4T 93. closed at OlHc: December, dlHc, closed at 915sc. Corn Receipts. bu; exports, 57.72S bu; spot easy; No. 2. 4S;c, f. o. b., afloat: 47?c. elevator. Options opened weak and ruled heavy most of the day under large profit-taking sales, weak cables and liberal country acceptances; closed easy 74c net lower; July, 46,e,n47Uc. closed at 46Rc; Sep tember. 4f4f7 4S1ic. closed at 47Hc Oats Receipts. irtf.4O0 bu: exports. 50 bu; spot easy: No. 2. itHc: jo. 3. 29c; No. 2 white. 31V4Q31s4c; No. 3 white, 31c; track mixed Western. 20HfT30Hc: track white, 29Hf?3So. Options dull and barely steady. Hay quiet -.shipping. 65ft70e: good to choice. Cut meats steady; pickled bellies. JS.S'vgS; plckel shoulders. $5.75: pickled hams, J3.75tj 10.25. Lard weak; western steamed. $7.15: refined, continent. $7.?0; S. A.. J; compound. 25. Tallow dull: city (2 for package), 4c nominal; country (pack ages free). 41itnSc. Cotton seed oil: prime crude. S3c: prime yellow. 36c. Coffee Spot Rio firm; No. 7 Invoice, SHc; mild quiet; Cordova, dUQISHe. The market for coffee futures opened steady 9 to 10 Open- High- Low ing, est. est. M4-R8 JU54 53 fc8Vi-89 894 841 41-42 424-42 40 414-42 424-424 40 424-42 43 414 25; 2 24H 264 2S4 254 points higher on firm European cables, light Brazilian receipts, demand from shorts and investment support. The close was steady with prices 10 to 20 points net higher. Total sales, 11.750 bags, including: July. 7.10ä7.15c: August. 7.20c; September. 7.257.300; October, 7.23c: December, 7.55g; 7.60c; March, 7.75c; May, 7.SO?7.85c. Sugar Raw strong; fair refining. 4 13-16c: centrifugal. P6 tet. 4 ll-16c; molasses sugar, 3 5-ltc; refined firm. 4) TRADE IX GENERAL. Quotations at St. Loots, Baltimore, Cincinnati and Other riacea. ST. LOUIS. Jun 23. Flour unsettled, but firm: patents. $.10j4.2i; extra fancy and straights. $3.6533.90; clears. 3'ä3.50. Wheat No. 2 red, cash. Mc; July. S5ic; August. c; Septem ber, 85c: No. 2 hard. 7SS0c. Corn lower; No. 2. cash, 40c; June, 4ic; July, 41c; September, 41Nc. Oats No. 2. cash. 25c: June. 23c; July. 2T4c; September. 24 V: No. 2 white. 27tf25c. Tork steady: jobbing. $12.r.o. Lard lower; prime steam. $.721; choice, $5.774- Dry-salted meats lower: boxed extra ehorts. $7.2o; clear ribs. I7.374: clear sides. r7.62,. Bacon lower: boxed extra shorts. $7.75; clear ribs, $7.574: clear sides. $?. Timothy seed higher and unsettled: prime new. in car I6ts. nominally $3.60 for August de livery, with good rpot worth $3. Corn meal steady at $2.10f?2.15. Bran strong: sacked, east track. 70072c. Hay Timothy firm at i.bOH 12.75; rrairie easy at $7.50-38. Whisky steady at B Iron cotton ties. tl.Zi. Bagging. 77'8ic. Hemp twine. 9c. Receipts Flour. 8.000 brls; wheat. 22.- 000 bu; corn, l 2.000 bu; oats. Sl.ooo bu. Ship mentsFlour. 8.000 brls; wheat, 34, wo du; corn, 63,0 bu; oats, 40.000 bu. BALTIMORE. June 23. Flour firm: Western supers, $2.75ö2.55; Western extras, iä.oo'aa.oo; Weetern family, $3.754.10: winter wheat ratents. $4.203; spring wheat patents. $4.1504.40; spring wheat straights, $3.004.10; receipts, 22,460 brls: exports, 6.4i0 brls. Wheat unsettled; spot ai ni month, 87Uc: July. $74ffB7c; August. wTe asked; steamer No. 3 red. &21?S2V4c: receipts. z.49 bu; exports, 24.000 bu; Southern wheat, by sam ples 8oS9c; Southern, on grade, 84'388c. Corn dull and lower; mixed, spot and month. 44(?y 4ie: juiv. i6ii'ftfl,c; August. 4V446tc: Sep tember, 46;S47ic; steamer mixed. 45yJ45Sc; receipt. 1S1.U2 bu; Southern white corn. 4950c: Southern yellow corn. 49'&50c. Oats strong and higher; No. 2 white. 31io sales; No. 2 mixed, 2Sii23c. Hay dull; No. 1 timothy, $16.50 asked. LIVERPOOL. June 25. Wheat Prot firm: No. 1 Northern spring. s 7d; No. 1 California. 6s lOd $?6s lid; futures stsady; July, 6s Sd: September, 6sl0Hd; December nominal. Corn Spot steady; American mixed, new. 4s ?4d: American mixed. old. 4s 4d; futures stsady; July. 4s Td; Septem ber, 4s 2d. Lard American refined. In palls, firm at 37s 6d; prime Western. In tierces, firm at 35a 4d. Bacon Clear bellies steady at 40s. CINCINNATI. June 25. Flour actlre and Arm; fancy, $3.75Si; family. $3.2503-50. Wheat firm and nominal; no. 2 red. ssc. corn quiet ana Arm; No. t mixed, 4445c. Oats firm and higher; No. 2 mixed, 27c. Rye quiet and firm; No. 2. 64c. Lard easier at 15.70. Bulk meats quiet at $.87H. Bacon steady- at 17.87-.. Whisky quiet 6.35c. at tl.23. Sugar Arm; hard rertned, 5.0& TOLEDO. June 25. Wheat active and lower: spot. 90c; July. WVic; August. 91c; September, SlVic Corn active and higher; No. 2, cash, 44c; September, 444c. Oats active and higher; No. 2. cash. 2tuc; September, zsc. Rye dun ana higher; No. 2, cash, S2c. Cloverseed. 198 prime, $5.vö; 1899 prime, $5.30; October, $5. 87 ft; No. 2 8eed' $4.653 Cotton. NEW YORK. June 25. The sensational bull movement begun some ten months ago culmi nated on the New lora cotton Excnange tnis morning, when prices fell some thirty points under a temno drive or duiis to unioaa a glut a temno drive or bulls to unload a I Pf lon cotton purchased on the advance. It has I been many months since the shorts here. In the South and abroad have been so effectually round ed up. but Inasmuch as th primary cause for the covering waa bona ride influence and not manipulation, the uplift was scored with com parative ease. For several weeks bad crop re ports have b-en pouring in from nearly all parts of the belt. And the European bear faction has been restless. The public manifested an inclina tion to buy. and leading operators here finally made a bold stand on the bull side. Day after I day prloes climbed upward with a dissy rush I Th,B morning exceptionally strong English cables I nl pa?t,c"iarly J?ad ,crP "Porta sent prices on I 11181 ea,eB fcU lo 91 PlIia upwara ana xorcea ine I rew remaining bears to seek safer grounds. The I rise proved too fast for one house Dennis Per- I kins & Co. and at midday its suspension was reported from the rostrum. The announcement at once created distrust in the bull ranks, it being feared other concerns might be involved. and in a frantic effort to unload prices were pounded down 31 points before the final gong sounded. nereas the West, the South. W all street and Europe had bought on the opening rise, representatives of all these Interests being neavy sellers on the break. Once more Jubilant bears nammered the entire list and called at ten tlon to better weather prospects and good crop reports from Texas. A tumble of 4 cents in wheat also operated as a stimulant upon the sell ing movement. Conservative estimates of the day's transactions Placed the amount at consld erably over 1,000,000 bales, the trades mada in many Instances reaching many thousands of bates in a single operation. The feeling after I the close was weak, the crowd anticipating a bull I pania in Liverpool to-morrow and a less bullish I weekly government report at noon Tuesday than I nerl0Ire anticipated I NEW ORLEANS. June 25. Cotton firm: sales. I low middling, fc; good middling. 9 ll-16c; miaanng rair, Receipts, 1,400 bales; i stock. 72.045 bales. NEW TORK. June 25. Cotton closed ouiet at l-15c advance. Middling uplands, 9 9-16c; mid dling, gun, 9 u-itc. baiee. 131 Dales. natter, Egrga and Cneeae. NEW YORK, June 25. Butter Receipts, 15.562 Jackages; market nrm; creamery extras, 16(?jl9c; actory. I341fl6c Cheese Receipts. 12.435 pack ages; market easy; large white, 9;c: large I colored. 9;c: small white. 494c; small col- I ored. 9H'3io. Eggs Receipts, 11,694 packages; tviaolrae lull awi tr market dull and weak; Western ungraded, loss on, I4c; western ungraded, at mark, 10l24c. BALTIMORE. June 25. Butter steady: fancy creamery, 20c; fancy Imitation, 17318c; fancy laaie, lie; gooa laaie, itc; store packed, 13015c Cheese firm; large. 10410c: medium. 104 li'bc; smaii. ivwa ivrnc .gga nrm ac i3tC, PHILADELPHIA, June 23. Butter steady: fancy Western creamer y. 194c: fancy Western prints. 20e. Eggs steady; fresh near-by and Western. 14c; fresh Southwestern. 134c; fresh boutnern, i:c cneese nrm. KANSAS CITT. June 25. Eggs steady: fresh Missouri and Kansas stock. 8c per doz: seconds. 5c, loss off, cases returned; Southern, 6c; new wnuewooa cases inciuaea, 4c more. CHICAGO. June 25. On the Produce Exchange to-day tne Dutter market was nrm; creameries, 1419c: dairies, 13164c. Cheese steady at 84 c. x.ggs nrm; iresn, nc. CINCINNATI. June 25. Butter steady. Eggs quiet at l(Kjl04c. Cheese firm; good to prime ELOIN. June 25. Butter firm at 18c. Sales. 100 I tubs; sales of th week, 1,56 tubs. ST. LOUIS, June 23. Eggs steady at 10c. Oils, OIL CITT. June 23. Credit balances. S1.25: cer tiflcates. 11.23 bid for cash. Shipments for three dars, 126.541 brls; average, 91.034; runs for three days, 233.059 brls; average, 83,522. WILMINGTON. June 25. Spirits turpentine nrm at 4iV4-'c. itostn steady at Sl.05nl.10, Crude turpentine tjulet at fl.W to T2.60. Tar sieaay at i.4i. MONTPELIER. June 25. Indiana and South Lima crude petroleum. 90c; North Lima, 95c. NSW TORK. June 25. Petroleum steady. iiosin steaay. lurpentine easy at 4:.454c SAVANNAH. June 25. Spirits turpentine firm ai 4-'4c itosm nrm ana uncnanged. CHARLESTON. June 25. Turpentine nominal Kostn nrm ana uncnangea. BXetala. NEW YORK, June- 23.-The principal feature in the market for metals to-day was the advancing of lead by the American Smeltinsr and Refinlnar Company, the quotation at the close of business was rather unsettled all day. closincr at M ROifi 31.änc. Lake copper ruled dull and unchanged at 16.6. Pig Iron warrants ruled weak and nomi nal on the basis of $14.23 for spot. No. 1 North ern was quoted at $18 and No. 2 Northern at $17. Spelter was a little steadier, but not quotab'.y higher, closing at 4.15p i. 20c. The brokers' price for lead was 4c, and for copper 15.2.V:. ST. LOUIS. June 23. Lead' higher at 4.07ic. Spelter firm at 4c. Flaiseed. CHICAGO, June 25. Flaxseed experienced a remarkable advance here to-day. the September delivery going from $1.4S. to $l.R3 under frantic covering by shorts and reports of serious damage to the crops throughout' the Northwest, coupled with a 3.c advance- in Duluth prices, were the Incentives for covering. Holders, however, saw an opportunity for good profits when the high point was reached, and increased offerings caused the market to react. September dropped back to $1.54 and closed at $1.5A, a net gain of 8Vc for the day. Dry Goods. NEW TORK, June 23. The market continues Inactive in all Uns of staple cottons, but the downward tendency of prices is checked by the strength of the market for raw cotton. Ruyers are taking small quantities for quick delivery and doing very little in forward contracts. Irlnt cloths are idle throughout and prices nominally unchanged. Only moderate demand for staples; fancies quiet. No change in woolens or worsted goods. flntldlnjr Permits. J. A. Shirley, double dwelling, 534 and 535 Drover street; cost, Jl0. II. G. Wilson, double dwelling, 538 and 540 Drover street; cost, 81,000. H. G. Wilson, double dwelling. 516 and 548 Drover street; cost, $1,000. 11. G. Wilson, double dwelling, 512 and 544 Drover street; cost, $1.000. Leopold Schaefer, dwelling, corner of Wisconsin street and Senate avenue; cost, $10. C. F. WIshmier. brick addition. 3127 and 2129 West Washington street; cost, $1.600. 11. L. Simon, ccttage, Fletcher avenue; cost. $500. Merxln McCune, cottage, Fletcher avenue; cost, -Vio. George A. Evans, repairs. West Eight eenth street: cost, S'00. John Fessler. frame house. North Illinois street; cost. $1.300. Mrs. Barber, addition, 3S4 Shelby street; cost, $150. Martin Sharkey, repair?, 2118 Jackson street; co6t& $350. YOU RATCF!?- PERPETUAL S'ähVÄ. 0r -J -Til la - f AACC I C C men populsrltr. feed KVERV- 2 r A i?rrnn LAJLJOt; LCrtr wntKEby kverybody. USE VA W.TER LEDGER i&SXF&S... LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS CATTLE WERE QUIETj WITH A SOMEWHAT EASIER TENDENCY. Hoics Moderately Active at a Decline of Five Cents Sheep Quiet Con dition of Other Markets UNION STOCKYARDS. INDIANAPOLIS, June 25. Cattle Receipts, light; shipments. none. There were not enough fresh arriv als of cattle to show the true condition of the market by representative sales, but. n keeping; with reports from other places. there was an easier feeling prevailing, and even an ordinary supply probably could not have been sold at steady prices. Quota tions: Good to prime steers, 1.350 lbs and upwards eo.2oii 5.65 Fair to medium steers, 1,250 lbs and upwards 4.90 5.2b Good to choice 1,150 to l,C00-Ib steers 4.&D 5.25 Fair to medium 1.150 to 1.300-lb steers i.03f 5.00 Medium to good 900 to 1.100-lb steers l.BOj 5.a Good to choice feeding steers .... 4.60?2 5.00 Fair to medium feeding steers.... 4.25C 4.50 Common to good stockers 3-.o 4.50 Fair to medium heifers 3.75'ir 4.10 Good to choice heifers 4.25ff 4.90 Common light heifers Good to choice cows 4.40 3.254T 3.75 2.yYn 3.00 Fair to medium cow3 4 Common old cows ... Veal calves 3.50 6.50 Heavy calves 3.50 5.00 Prime to fancy export bulls 3.904f! 4.40 Good to choice butcher bulls 3.25tff 3.75 Good to choice cows and calves.. 35.005o.00 Common to medium cows end calves 15.aXZT20.00 Hogs Receipts, t700; shipments, none. There was practically no demand for hogs from outside sources, and, In keeping with reports from other markets, local packers were very bearish and bidding sharply low er. Salesmen were In no position to dic tate and finally were forced to accept at least 5c lower prices than Saturday. A good clearance was made and the market closed steady at the decline. Quotations: Good to choice medium and heavy 3.3nS5.22H Mixed and heavy packing 5.2. 5 30 Good to choice light weights 5.25fr5.30 Ccmmon to fair light weights... 5.205.25 Common to good pigs 4.005.00 Roughs 4.50(g5.00 toneep Receipts, 350; shipments, SCO. There was a very small supply of sheep and lambs on tale, and with the usual quiet Monday demand there were hardly enough sales made to show the condition of the n arket. The cutlook is not really encour aging, but all choice stock will probably sell around quotations. Quotations: Spring lambs 24.00C25 Good to choice yearlings 4.50tfiS.25 Thin yearlings 4.004.25 Good to choice sheep 4.00$ 4.50 Common to medium sheep 3.003.75 Bucks, per 100 lbs 2.00Ö3.50 Transactions at the Interstate Yards. INTERSTATE STOCKYARDS, INDIAN APOLIS, June 25. Cattle Receipts very light; shipments none. With the fresh ar rivals amounting to practically nothing, business was necessarily almost at a stand still. The few that were on sale sold read ily at steady prices, compared with the close of last week. However, there was an apparent weak feeling In the general mar kets. The closing was steady. Quotations: Good to prime export steers, 1,350 to 1,500 lbs average $5.20 5.50 Fair to medium export steers, 1,200 to 1.400 lbs average 5.10 5.25 Good to prime butcher steers, L000 to 1,250 lbs average 4.80 5.10 Fair to good feeders, 900 to 1,100 lbs average 4.50 4.80 Light stockers 3.501) 4.00 Good to prime heavy heifers 4.25$i 4.75 Common to medium heifers 3.50? 4.00 Prime to fancy export cows 4.257 4.50 Fair to good cows 3.50r 3.75 Canners and common cows 2.504i 3.25 Good to choice light veals 5.50a: 6.00 Common to good heavy calves 3.23fl 4.25 Good to choice fat bulls 3.754i 4.25 Common to fair bulls 2.73lr 3.50 Good to choice cows' and calves:. .33.00IS50.00 Common to medium cows and calves 20.00J30.00 Hogs Receipts, 300; shipments. 330. The quality was Just fair. The market opened active at a shade lower prices. A com plete clearance was made early and quite a number of unlimited orders were unfilled for want of stock. The bulk of the sales was made at $5.27Hg5.30, with select light or heavy at f5.Z2W8o.Z5. The demand was especially good for light weight hogs; how ever, all grades sell readily at quotations. The closing was steady, with a fair esti mate for to-morrow. Quotations: Good to choice heavy $3.3075.35 Mixed and heavy packing 5.25j3.30 Good to choice lights 5.25i5.33 Fair to good lights 5.2yy5.3) Common to fair pigs 4.50i3.ou Heavy roughs 4.25&4.!0 Sheep and Lambs Receipts none; ship ments none. The market continued about steady on best grades, while common to fair kinds are tending lower. A moderate supply Is estimated for to-morrow. Quota tions: Spring lambs $5.506.50 Good to choice yearlings 4. 75 3.25 Good to choice sheep 4.v4.25 Common to medium yearlings 3.75'fi4.25 Common to good sheep 3.254.00 Bucks, per head 2.0034.00 I51sevvner4N EAST BUFFALO. June 23. Special. Ran som. Mansfield & Co.. live stock commissi ,n dealers, report: Cattle I;ece4pts. Iß cars. Market 1V; to 15c lewer for best grades: common, plain and green lots 37VjC to S0c off. Ret export steers. $J.6tfr 5.70; good shippers, $".10fir.40; mediums to fair. $4.75'3: fair to best fat heifers. $4.fi4.9o; light to good. $3.7v?t4.M; bet fat cows, f 4.2.Vrt 4.4o; poor to good. $2.23tf4; bulls lower; tons. $4.2v'a4.4; others, $3.404.13; stockers and feeders 10c to Ik lower; tops, $4.234.50; others. $3.2Crtt4; stock heifers. $3.23; fresh cows and springers very dull for all but best fresh lots; veals in liberal sup ply; l.cno head at $35.23. Market closed very dutl with some stockers left over. Hogs Receipts. SO cars. Market fairly active. Mixed and heavy, $3.5."i3.fri; Yorkers and ptgs. $.).5'g.'i.55; roughs. $1.7u0H.: stags, 3.3. Market closed steady with all sold. Rhep Receipts. 4' cars. Market very dull and all but best spring lambs and yearlings fully .Vc lemer. Dulk bet spring lambs. $3.W?i; few fancy dry-fed. $.3'rt.60; culls to fair. $45; vearllnrs, bulk of sales. ti.UjVyto; fancy. $i. culls. $3?f4; shep dull and lower; good to best mixed. $4.404.60; culls to fair. U.bni.Z: wethers. $4. 734. So; heavy exports, $5. Market closed very dull with some sheep and common yearlings and lambs left. CHICAGO, June 23. Cattle Receipts. 21.0f. Choice light steers about steady; others weak to 1(V: lower, including butcher stork; best on sale to-day, one carload, at $3.70. Natives; n.vxl to prime steers. jrfi5.70: poor to medium. tt.UH?i selected feeders. $4.25? 4.75; mixed stockers. $X13 ?4: cows. $2.9(K?i4.0: heifers, $3.1V?i3.23; cannri. .J.231j2.80; bulls. 12.4.20; calves. S4.&OC06.33. Texans: Best on sale to-day. two carloads, at J4.W; Texas fed steers, 4.3'Vj?5.lS: Texas gras steers. $3.6.'.fi4.23; Texas julls. $2.733.40. Hogs Receipts: To-day. 4.0ft': estimated to morrow, 2U.O0O; left over. 5.0n. Market 2ViC to &c lower. Tops. $3.37'i: mixed and butchers. $3.13i 3.33: good to choke, heavy. $V2-Vd 5.374; rough heavy. :.li.20; light. $3.15? 5.17 Vt ; bulk of sales a: $3.25tf 5.32. Sheep Receipts, ll.w. Sheep and lambs about steady. Good to choice wethers. 4.2Sä5; fair to choice mixed. $3.6ft4.40; Western shep. U 2-Vfj 4.75; yearlings. $-Vj.50; native lambs. $-V.2.'; Western lambs. $$g.20; spring lambs. $4.234.73. NEW YORK. June 2.V Beeves Receipts. S.2S. Market slow and generally l'V lower; fat cows steadv. Steers, h.YSM; oxen. $3'ö4.20; bull?. $fi3.75; cables alow; United States etile at London. llS'8i21c: at Liverpool. llV,f?13c; re frigerator beef. S'iffSV per lb; exports none. Calves Receipts. i,535. Market slow and 23fr fc lower. Veala. $4.&VÜ.M; extra veals. I.? .75; top quotations at close, $4.60; culls, $4.4f"5 4.60; buttermilks. $3 5V34. Sheep and lambs Receipts. 1S.407. Market overstocked; sheen. 15g2.Sc off; lambs, tl lower; seme sales $1.W lower. Hheep. $3fSJ.45; choice, $4.65; culls, $232.75: lamhs. $4.7föl$:i,: extra lambs sold early up to M 87 US 7. Hogs Receipts. 10.S7. Market Hrm at $5 60&.I3. KANSAS CITT. June 25. -Cattle Recelrts. $.00 natives and 2.9O0 Texans. Heavy natives and canners a shad lower. Butchers1 stock, heavy tuuva itcers tUvCJ.tt; stecttxs ts.1 tttCtxa, rilTSIClAX. RESIDENCE lO North rennajlraDla street. OKK1CK 712 Fouta Merldiaa ttmL Office Hours to II a. a.; 1 to 4 p. a. T U I p. m. Tslephcpss Qfnce. 07: residence. 42T. Dr. Vv'. B. Fletcher's SANATORIUM llental stnd Merrsna Diseases, 212 NORTH A La BAU A STREET. int. j. a. iwinivf ATnicic. Diseases of Women and tbe llectuw. TILES cured by his safe and easy method. Ne detention front business. Offlee, XI East Ohla. SAWS AND 31 ILL SUPPLIES. E. C. ATKINS & CO. Manufacturers and Re pairers of all kinds of Saws Otlce and Factory, onth sind Ullnol Streets, Indianapolis, Ind. O A BELTING and SA W S EMERY WHEELS SPECIALTIES OF W. B. Barry Saw and Supply Co 1S2 6. PENN. ST. All klada ef Caws rtetr lTtrnT7irVffiR; sealsj C1LS.STAKP5: CATALOCmFREI HAD CHECKS &C TELU3Ä. 15 ELMERIDIAN ST. Oaouw RocjC RAILROAD TIME CARD. TCjlTtlrnTTslnIiL thus: Daily. t Sleeper. P Parlor Car. O Chair Car. I Dining Cr.t Kxcept Ban day. I3IG FOUR KOUTE. City Ticket Office, No. 1 K. Washington St, Depart. Arriva CLEVELAND LINE. Anderson accommodation 4 45 2.50) Union City accommodation M 00 t.2 Cleveland, New York A Roston.ex ..4 25 10.40 Cleveland. New York A Boston mail.. 8 00 43.3 O New York and Boston limited, d a..2.40 MYdtBoi -Knickerbockers ....25 BENTON HARBOR LINE Renton ITsrbor express 4S Benton Harbor express, p....... ...... 1 1 1 Warsaw accommodation 4.60 feT. LOUIS LINE. Pt. Loa Is accommodation TJO Bt. Loots southwestern, lim, d a MI. 45 St. Louis limited, d s 3.25 Terre Haute k Mattoon accom 5.t0 Louis express, s 11.20 CHICAGO LINK Lafayette accommodation 7.45 Lafayette accommodation 5 15 Chicago fast mail, d p 11 43 Chicago, White City special, d p 3.30 Chicago night express, s 12.03 3.10 11.89 a. so aa 5.35 6.10 2.25 1.4$ 4-0 5.45 10.U f.30 6.10 MO Cincinnati express, s .4S II. 45 Cincinnati express, s 4.15 11.05 Cincinnati accommodation 7.1$ 6.4C Cincinnati accommodation 10.60 11.11 Cincinnati express.p 2.45 3.25 Oreensburg accommodation 5. SO 3.ot Cincinnati. Washington f 1 ex. a d...6.20 11.40 N.Vernon and Louisville ex. a t.4 11.4& N. Vernon and Loniarille ex ...2.45 1L40 PEORIA LINE. Peoria, Bloomlngton m and ez 7.2V t.tft Peoria and Bloomington t ex, d p ....11.43 H.OB Champaign accommodation, p d 4.10 in.3S Peoria and Bloomlngton ex, s 1 1.50 $. hPRINOFIELD AND COLUMBUS LINK. Columbus and npnngfleld ex.... 6.45 lO.tO Ohio special, d p 2.35 3.05 Lynn accommodation 0.15 10.00 CIN HAM. Si DAYTON RT. City Ticket Office, 25 W. With. St Cincinnati express M.10 1X4. Cincinnati fast mail, s... 21 4.M Cin. and Detroit ex 1 10.45 10.35 Cincinnati and Dayton express, p.. .t2. 45 !! 45 Cincinnati and Dayton limited, p d..4.4ft t3.25 Cincinnati. Toledo. Detroit 7.Q7 t7.50 ftU,l t,i TtitFN CHI., IND. LOCIS.RY. J'JLdillilL Ticket OClce. 24 West Waah. 81 , -Zr Chrconifhtex,a..il.&$ i.ta Chicago fast mall. s. p d 7.00 7S Chicago express, p d U M 12.40 Chicago vestibule, p d t3.35 4.37 Monon accom t.00 tlO.00 LAKE ERIE & WESTERN R. IL Toledo. Chicsgo and Michigan ex t7.00 20 2$ Toledo. Detroit and Chicago. lim..12.20 t4.15 Unncie. Lafay'te and Importe spec.t7.2Q tlO.25 INDIANA, DECATUR WESTERN R'Y. Decatnr and 81 Louis mail and x....tft.lS t4 40 Chicago express, p d tll.M t2.40 Tuscola accommodation. ..M.........t3. 45 fio.49 Decatur A BU Louis ism ex. s c....h.iq 4.05 Ticket offlcea at station and al corner lUinois and Washing ton Btresta. HEnnsuivaniafjnBs. Traisa Sua W Osei Philadelphia and New York...; 10.30 Kaltlmore and Washington "H 129 Columbus. Ind. and LouisviUe.. ...... 4 1 11U(5 Richmond and Columbus, O ...T7.15 Plana and Colombca. O t7.1$ 3.5 60 30 P.IO t5.40 15 40 6.UU Columbus and Richmond. ............t7. IS Columbus, Ind. A Madison (Sun. only) 7.30 Columbus. Ind. and Louisville 8.os Vernon and Madison T3.05 Martinsville and Vinceones 7 li.ri.ii mnA V.nlft ............aSS s 0 Pittsburg and Eaat 8.2$ 10.30 Log anapert and Chlcaro w Martinsville accemmodation tl2.30 t3.A5 K nichts town and Richmond fl.25 tl.M Phliadelrhla and New York 3.05 12.10 Baltimore and Washington 3.05 12. IO Dayton and BprtgOeld 3.05 Ut.lO Bprtngfleld 3.05 6.ÖO Columbus, Ind. and Madison t3.30 H0.23 Columbus. Ind. and Loulavllla 4.00 11.2S Martinsville and Vtncennes 44.15 10-? Pittsburg and Kaat Ö.OO . Philadelphia an4 New York. 7.10 14$ Dayton and Xenia.: 7.10 C4J Pnencer accommodation 00 js .1 Columbus. Ind. and LoulsvlUe t7.10 7.00 Locaniport and Chicago 12.20 1U TAN DA LI A LI NC Terre Haute, Bt. Louis and West 4. 7.00 Terra Haut and Hi. Louis accom .SS lO-W Jerre Haute. Bu Louis and West... 12.15 S.OO Western Express 2 52 T i Terra Haute and Efflngham acc ....t4.00 tl.XO Terra Haute and Kt Louis fast mall.7.00 120 fct. Louis and aU Polnu West 11.20 fu20 You Need Not Spend a Lot of Money to Start Advertising Successfully. More depends on the right sized adver tlsement, the right kind of reading matter and the right kind of a publication than ea the size of the appropriation. jfhe Journal Reaches a large class of good readers and buyers who can be Interested in your gooda and will be if you place it before them In the right way. We will make It our particular business to care for your business in the right way, be it large or small. Your success It our advantage. CALL TELEPHONE 238 $134 63; butcher cows and heifers. $31.75; can ners. $i.50'i3; fed Westerns. $rtf4.36; Texans, $2.25 fi4.45. Hoge-Recdpts. .'.Jrt. Markt opened steady; closed 3c lower. Heavy tugi. $3.lVl75 23; mixed, $5.1'Kr5.21: light. $4.5 .fj 3.10; pigs. $4.4 33. heet Receipts. 2.2i. txd kilters steady; In ferior slw to 10c lower, lmbs. $S.2.VQ5.fiO: mut tons, $4.Vfi4.Krt; Texans. $l'i4.; feeders. $l3t"J4; culls. f2.V'"i3.5 ST. LOUIS, June 23 Cattle Receipts, 2.1W. Including Texans. Marke .teady. Native shipping and export steers, tl Wii.45; dretd beef and butcher steers. H.VYii.M: steers undr l.() lbs. $3.t:.'i4.; atockers and feeders. $3.4 4.73; cows and heifers. $2'a?i; canners. $t.Wi2.a.; bulls. t2.7Vfr4: Texss an-t Indian sers. 43.4-ig4.i5; cows and heifers. $2 iiS.vi. Hogs Receipts. 4.2". Market steady. Pigs and lights. $.2Kfli.25; packers. $.13f5-33; butchers, fi 2'ir.. 3i. Shp Receipts, 2.RV Market steady. Native rr.uttons, $4t4.7; lambs, $Vtf7; culla and bucka. $a. CINCINNATI, June Co.-Hogs active at UM 413.43. Cattle dull and lower at $3.ri 5.1. Sh-ep dull and lower at $i.74.25; lambs dull and lower at $3.3"i 4.30. Anntlier I'rTort In IlehMlf f Carter LEAVENWORTH. Kan., June 5-An. other effort will shortly be made to obtain a rehearing of the famous Carter case. The plan is to try and bring him before a civil court on a writ of habeas corpus and then have th? case tried on Its merits. Car ter was recently visited by a wealthy unci, from New York, and the two held a long conference together. Ik fore leaving, the uncle stated to the warden that he would soon return, accompanied by two of the best attorneys In New York. Negro Lynched In Florida. ' O'BRIEN, Fla., June S.-Jack Thorns", a negro, who attempted an assault on Mrs. Keene. a widow living In Suwanee county, on Friday night, was taken from the sheriff by a mob, near Live Oak. to-day, hange3 to a tree and riddled with bullets, lie zzLl & ccntestlcn.