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THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1900.
A. I LL1CMliR& CO.'S
(Sofo Deposit Vault
i Mait Waihlnstnn Street
Absolut safety against fir and burglar. Po
liceman day an.l night on guard. Deigned for
afe keeping of Money. Bond. Wills. Deeds. Ab
stracts. Silver Plate. Jewels and valuable
Trunks. Packages, etc Contains 2.100 boxes.
htnt ft to 1 43 J tt tear.
JOHX 8. TAIlKIXGTOX...MnnnRer.
REAL ESTATE. RENTALS.
PROMPT ATTENTION, -
THE MARION TRUST CO.
S2.5C0 Belt R. R. & Stockyards Common Stock.
$5,CC0 Belt R. R. & Stockjards Preferred.
S3.CG0 Citizens Street-Railway 5s.
J2.C0O Indianapolis Gas Co. 1st 6s.
New York and Chicago Stocks.
Newton Todd, 6 & 7 Ingalls Block
Central Trust Company
TRUSTS of all kinds executed.
DEPOSITS received on interest.
LOANS made on best terms.
REAL ESTATE sold and exchanged.
Offices No. 150 East Aarket St.
SHARES MUCH STRONGER
WALL STRKCT HAD A SPELL OV AC
TIVE STOCK BUSINESS.
Western Railroads the Chief Center
of Strength Which Inftnenced En
tire List Local Trade Situation.
At New York, yesterday, money on call
was steady at Pi per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 435 per cent.
Sterling exchange was soft, with actual
business In bankers' bills at $I.S7Vs for de
mand and HS3 for sixty days; posted
rates. $4.8 114. and $l.SSViJ . com
mercial bills. U&SUUi.SS?;.
Silver certlflcates were eV.tfiC&.ic. bar
ellver, 61 Mexican dollars, 4S'2C. At
London silver bars sold at 2!ad an ounce.
Yesterday's stock market gave a marked
exhibition of strength, reflecting us it did
an upward movement in all classes of se
curities. No doubt the chief impetus to the
rise was manipulative orders, particularly
bo in the steel group. Ueports of a possible
amicable adjustment of the wage schedule
was responsible for a rise of 3 points in
American Tin Plate and l&lVa in kindred
properties. The buoyancy of this group
ladiated throughout the entire market and
influenced pool operations In other stocks.
As on Monday, the leading railroad shares
occupied a commanding position in the
market, exceptionally large blocks of the
AtchUons, grangers and Pacifies being
taken at improvements ranging from a
large, fraction to V in St. Paul. Prac
tically the only laggards to the upward
trend of railroad stocks were Baltimore
& Ohio and Southern Pacific. The first
mentioned was sold heavily on its July
earnings, which fell off $233,128 net. An
effort was made to raid Southern Pacific
on the announcement of the death of Its
president, C. P. Huntington, but the open
ing offer of a block of 2,500 shares at 33U.
which was three-quarters of 1" point un
der yesterday's close, was readily absorbed,
indications that the stock was to be sup
ported lniluenced the bears to transfer the
attack to Sugar. This stock displayed a
good deal of irregularity and ended l',i off.
The effective buying of the railroad stocks
became more marked, many of the usually
inactive stocks materially Improving.
Despite the exceptionally heavy gold en
gagements for to-day, aggregating $$,162,
000, no change in the local mone
tary situation occurred. Abroad, how
ever, a reflection of the gold drain
from this country was noted in a decline
In money and discounts in London, and
exchange on London at Paris and Berlin
also yielded. Some recovery was made
early in the day in sterling exchange quo
tations, but subsequently the market be
. came easier on sales of bills against to
day's shipments. The subtreasury state
ment showed a net cash gain of $3,014,000
on Monday's operations, while Its debit
balance at the Clearing House yesterday
Increased to $1.936,716. Business by the
arbitrage brokers was on a large scale
and for the long side of the account. It Is
estimated that the purchases on balances
were fully 15,000 shares, and embraced pret
ty much all the international issues. The
government foreign trade statement for
July, and the seven months of the calendar
year, showed an excess of exports over
imports of merchandise and products of
i36.877.11S and S20.4.n.&T2. respectively. This
exhibit demonstrates anew the command
ing position of the United States In the
matter of trade, and will insure a return
In the autumn months of the present efilux
of gold. Statements of the tonnage in east
bound shipments of provisions and cereals
by the leading trunk lines indicate a heavy
gain over the previous week's movement
to the seaboard. In the closing dealings
of the stock market there were indications
that the short lines were being reduced
and prices ended at about the highest.
An increase was noted in bond transac
tions yesterday, but the inquiry was gener
ally for the seml-speculatlve issues. The
general tone quite firm. Total sales at
par value were S7JÖ.0O0. United States re
funding twos when issued, and old fours
advanced ? and the threes i in the bid
Following are to-day's share sales and
the closing bid quotations:
Stocks. Sales. Hid.
Atchlflon 3'.410 2S'j
Atchison pref 17.3.'0 7l
1 ftttimore Ac Ohio 2i,6C0 74
Canadian Pacific i.u kh4
Canada Southern 4!i
Chnike & Ohio 27";
ChtcuKO Orrat Western nB
Chicago. Rurllngton A: Qulncy.... 4,.x) 127-
Chi., lud. A Louisville.. l
Chi.. Ind. Ä Louisville pref i
Chicago & Eastern Illinois
Chicago & Northwestern 1.2)0 ifci
Chicago. Kock inland k Pacific... 6,2i) l'is'i
C. C. C. & St. Louis is
Cclorado Southern loo a
Colorado Southern first pref 411
Colorado Southern second pref... li)
Delaware At Hudson 112
Del.. Lack. &. Western 5o) 1)
Denver &. Rio Grande 1.ÖH - l
Ienver U Itio Grande pref 4) 7
Erie .... 1hi
Erle Arft rref .) jm4
Oreat Northern pref i-n i.vi
Hocking Coal no v
Hocking Valley 331.
llllnols Central 4.2W IK
Iowa Central i&
Iowa Central pref 4,
Kansas City. Plttburg A Gulf 15
Laka Erie & Western 2o0 23
Ii k Kri & Western pref .3
Lake Shore 23
IX'UioviUe & Nashville 1.470 ;
Manhattan L 4.54. -jf
Metropolitan Street-railway ?) x554
Mexkan Central 2 1.
Minneapolis & St. Louis pm
Mlnneapoli & St. L. pref 4..- M
Missouri Pacific 4.600 iVt
Mobile ic Ohio 3
Missouri. Kansas A Tenas
Missouri. Kansas A Texas pref 3n;,
New Jersey Central 7' 13'4
New York Central u
Norfolk Sc Western 7.x 34'
Norfolk A Western pref :mo ;ü
Northern Paclrtc 2,71) 52
Northern Pacific pref 2 T1'4
Ontario A. Western 350 21 v,
Orefon Ry. Nav 42
Oregon Ry. & Nav. pref.. a
Pennsylvania l.00 1-J
P. C . C & St. L. Jf
Kadtr.a; first rrf - ".;
Keadln cord pref 2X i"V;
Rl Grands Western
' Rio Granat Western prf in)
5t. Louis it San Tran
c L. 4s Eao Fran, first pref 14
St. L. & San Fran, eeond pref... .
St. IjOul3 Southwestern
St. Lout Southwestern pref
St. Paul 1,
St. Paul pref
St. Paul A; Omaha
Southern I'artnc 10
Southern Railway pref.
Tfas A I'aclftc
I'rtn Part tic 1.
I'rfton Pacific pref 1.
Whaling Ät Lake Krle
W. v.. L. second pref
Wisconsin Central .
American Cotton MI
American Cotton Oil pref
American Malting pref ,
Am. Smelting and Refining
Am. Smelting and Refining pref
American Spirits pref
American Steel Hoop .,
American Steel Hoop pref
American Steel and W Ire
American Steel and Wire pref..
American Tin Plate
American Tin Plate pref
American Tobacco pref
Anaconda Mining Co
Prooklyn Rapid Transit
Cclorado Fuel and Iron
Continental Tobacco pref
Federal Steel pref
'lucose Sugar ..."
Iueose Sugar pref
International Paper pref
National lliscuit pref
National Lead rref
National Steel ,
National Steel pref
Ner.' York Air-brake...
North American ,
Pacific Coast first pref
Pacific Coast second pref
Pressed Steel Car
Preyed Steel Car pref
Pullman Palace Car
Republic Iron and Steel
Republic Iron and Steel pref....
Standard Rope and Twine
Tennessee Coal and Iron
United States Leather
I'nited States Leather pref
I'nited States Rubber pref
i iiiit-i mairo i uun ........... .
w estern Union .....
Total sales ,
Offered Ex. dividend.
refunding twos, reg...
refunding two, coup..
threes, small bonds....
new fours, reg
new fours, coup
old fours, reg
old fours, coup
Tuesday's Bnnk Clearings.
At New York Clearings, $131.466.922; bal
At Boston-CIea rings, $17,110,021; balance?,
At Chicago Clearings, $1D,712,102; bal
At ' Philadelphia-Clearings, $13,031.114;
At St. Louis Clearings, $3,937,213; bal
At Baltimore Clearings, $2,736,256; bal
At Cincinnati-Clearings, $2,391.150.
LOCAL GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
Trade Still Quiet, bat Prices Are Un
As would bo expected, with the thermometer
ranging at an average of 90 degrees in the shade
day after day, trade has been more or less af
fected, and only in lines that handle the neces
saries of life, as do the grocers and the produce
men. Is there much life to trade. One of the
surprises is the steady tone to prices seldom,
from week to week, are fluctuations in values so
slight. Even sugars have lost the tendency to
sharp advances, and coffees have taken on A
steadier tone. Druggists report their trade good,
and leather dealers speak of their business as
Improving tho last few days. The produce men
report a good demand for choice butter and for
healthy, fat hens and chickens. Kggs are dull,
ar so many are poor. In a domestic way, sales
of hog prpducts, especially smoked meats, are
large. Export demand Is light. Ire markets
are more active and prices are decluJly firm,
although not quotably higher.
The local grain market is fairly actives All
cereals are in active request at the following
range of prices, as furnished by the secretary
of the Roard of Trade:
Wheat No. 2 red. 744c; No. 2 red. on milling
freight. 74,c: No. 3 red. 71 iä 72 Vic; August. 74Vjj
track; wagon wheat. Tie.
Corn No. 1 white. 4lc; No, 2 white, 41c; No.
3 white, 414c; No. 4 white, 4Uic; No. 2 white
mixed, 40c; No. 3 white mixed. 4)ic; No. 4
white mixed. 37r334c; No. 2 yellow, 411,c; No.
3 yellow. 414c; No. 4 yellow. 3S'S399ic; No. 2
mixed. 39;c: No. 3 mixed. 33c; No. 4 mixed.
ZmtZSlic: earn corn, 40?ic.
Oats No. 2 white, 24c: No. 3 white, 23Vc; No.
2 mixed. 22',: No. 3 mixed, 21 Vic.
Inspections Wheat: No. 3 red. 2 cars: reject
ed. 6; unmerchantable, 1; no grade, 2. Com;
No. 2 white, 3 cars: No. 3 white. 1; No. 4 white,
1: No. 4 white mixed. 1; ear corn. 1. Oats: No. 2
mixed. 10 cars.
Poultry anil Other Produce.
(Prices paid by shippers.)
Turkeys, hens. 7V,c per lb; toms. 5c; hens, 7Vic
cocks, 4c; dnrks, full feathered, tic; geeae. fuM.
feathered. $4.80 per doa; young chickens, to
Cheese New York full creams, 13c; doraeetlo
Swiss. 17c; brick, 14c; llmburger. 14c.
Butter Choice roll. 12c per lb; poor. No. 2.
Eggs Fresh, 94c per doz.
Feathers Prime geese. 80c per lb; prime duck,
20c per lb.
Beeswax 3ftc for yellow; 23c for dark.
Wool Medium, unwashed. 13020c; tub-washed,
2?ft30c; burry and unmerchantable, 33c less;
fine merino, loftHc; coarse braid wool. 17c
HIDES. TALLOW. ETC
Green-salted Hides No. 1, Sc; No. 2, 7c; No, 1
calf. 9Hc; No. 2 clf. 8c.
Grease White, 4c; yellow, 3c; brown. tc
Tallow No: 1. 4e; No. 2. 3ic
TUG JOBniNG TRADE.
(The quotations given below are the selling
prices of the wholesale dealers.)
Candle and Xuta.
Candles Stick, 47c per lb: common mixed.
6'(i6ic; grocers' mixed. Sc; Banner twist stick,
8c: cream mixed. 9c; old-time mixed, 7c
Nuts Soft-shelled almonds, 1318c: English
walnuts. 12tfl4c; Rrazll nut. 9c; filberts. 11c;
peanuts, roasted. 7jjSc: mixed nuts. '10a
Corn. 75c$1.23. Peaches Eastern Standard. 3
lb. $:ir2.25: 3-lb seconds. l.x&2: California,
standard. $2.102.40; California seconds. $1.902.
Miscellaneous Blackberries. 2-lb, 8590c; rasp
berries, S-lb. 1.25trl.30: pineapple, standard.
2-lb. tl.85sai.90: choice. S2fij2.10: cove oysters, l
1b. full weight. $1.00 1.10; light. 0fr6c; string
beans, 3-lb, nO'dOic; Lima beans, $1.2ol.23: peas,
marrowfats. 90cl; early June. $1.10(31.15: lob
sters. $1.K2: red cherries. 90cfo$i; strawber
ries. KSJ'JOc; salmon. 1-lb, 95c$2; 3-lb tomatoes.
Coal and Coke.
4thraclte (all sites), $7 per ton; C. A O
Kaoawha, $4.23; Pittsburg. 4.25; Raymond. $4.23:
Winlfrede. $4.23; Jackson. $1.25: block. $3 25:
Island City lump. 3.73; lump coke, lie per bu.
$2.75 per 25 bu; crushed coke. 12c per bu. $3 per
bu; Blossburg. $5 per ton: Connellaville coke
$d per ton; smokeless lump, $4.60. '
Bleached Sheetings Androscoggin L. 7c Berk
lev, No. W. VVic: Cabot. c; Capitol. 34-'
JV; Androscoggin. 9-4, 13c; Androscoggin, 10-4
Brown Sheetings Atlant'c A. 64r; Argyle.
tic; lioott C. be: l!uck"s Head. hc; Clifton
CCC. fc4: Constitution. 4 vine h. je; Carlisle. 40
l:.ch. 6c; Dwlghfa Mar. 7c; Great Fall E. 54c
C.reat Falls J. 54c; Hill Fine. 6c: Indian Head'
be; Pepperell R. 54c; Tepperell. K-. pjc; Au
droscoggln, 9-4, 18c; Androscoggin, 10-4, 19c
lrints Allen dress styles. 4c; Allen's staples.
5c. Allen Tit, 5c; Allen's robes. 514c: Amer.
lean Indigo, 44c; Arnold long cloth. Li, Sc; Ar
nold LLC. 7c; Cocheo fancy. 54c; Hamilton
fancy, ac; iiemmac pinns ana purples, 54c;
Pacific fancy. 5c: Simrson's mournlns. 4U.-
Simpson's Berlin solids. 64c: Simpson's oil
finish, tic; American snirung, ic: black white,
4c: grays. 44c
Kld-flnlshed Cambrics Edwards, 4c; Warren
3-e; Slater. 4c; Genesee. 4c.
Tickings A moskear A CA. II 4c: Cones tog a,
BF. :Sc: Cordis 141. 114c; Cordis T. 114c-
voruu -" 11c; iimmuion iwniniti, sc; tvlmono
fancy. 17c: Lenox rancy. isc: Methuen AA. 104c;
Oakland AF. 6c; Portsmouth. 114c; Suspuehan
na. 13c: Shetucket SW. 64c; Shetucket F. i4c;
Swift P.lver. 5c.
Grain Bags Amoskeag. $15.50; American.
I1S..V: Harmony. Ili.iO: Stark. 118.
Gingham Amokeag staples. 54c: Amoskeag
cTress. 7c: Bates. 54c: Lancaster, 64c; Lancaster
Normandies. .c; itenrrew dress. 7c
Alcohol. $143?72.0' asafetlda. 25i?3A: alum. J4
f?4c; camphor, 6Vt?70c; cochineal. -0J55c; chloro
fcrm. 3V63c; co;reras. brls. 9oc; cream tartar,
pure. 304 23c; indigo. e3äryc: licorice. Ca lab.,
ginuine. 33'c4jc; magnesia, carb.. 2-oz. 201?22c:
morphin. 1. & W.. por os, S3.2S92.40; madder.
14ulc; otl. castor, par gal. $1.15?1.23; oil. ber
ramot. per lb. $3: plum. $3.751.: julnlna.
P. & W.. per os. 44t4c; balsam copaiba. S&3oc;
cap, castus. Fr.. 12gl6c; soda, bicarb., $4Sc;
LuBiwiiui iv, nnviiui, öc; r run 01
the Loom. 74c; Farwell. 7V4c; Fltchvllle. 6,c
Full Wldtn. 6c; Gilt Elpe. 6c; Glided Age .v!c:
Hill. 7Uc: Hope. c: Llnwood. 74c; Lonsdale.'
74c: Peabody. be; Pride of the West. 114c: Ten
sttrike. 6c: I'epperdl. 9-4. ISc: Peprer.fi ia.i
salts. Epsom, 14?c: sulphur flour, 25i'33c; falt-
pter. Irl4c: turpentine. 4.v.c: glycerine, 1.
20c; Iodide potassium. J2.Gtf2.65; bromide po
taslum. 536')c: chlorate potash, 13?i20c; borax,
W12c; clnchonida, 37ft 42c; carbolic acid, 256TI3C,
Bfralrht rm1 ()' nstent flour. S4.M3
4.45; spring wheat patents, $5. 45.63.
Coffee Good. 10312c: prime. 12314c: strictly
prime. 11 16c; fancy green and yellow, lMJ22c;
Java. 2Vjj32c. Boasted Old Government Java,
?.li'lZ2c; Golden Illo, 24c; Bourbon Santos. 24c;
Gilded Santos. 24c; prime Santos. 23c. Package
coffee city prices Ariosa. 13.25c; I-.lon. 12.2.';
Jersey, 13.23c; Caracas. 12.75c: Dutch Java blend,
1S.50C: DUlworth's. 13.rc: Mail Pouch. 12.75c;
;ate's blended Java. 12.23c; Jav-Ocha. 1S.5UC.
Sugars 4'tty prices: Dominoes. 6.61c; cut loaf.
.82c: powderod. 6.02c; XXXX powdered. 6.57c;
standard granulate, 6.42c; fine granulated. 6.42c;
extra fine granulated, 6.52c: granulated, 5-lb
bags. 6...2c; granulated. 2-lb bags, 6.52c; granu
lated. -lb cartons. 6.52c: cubes. 6.-c; mold A.
6.57c; confectioners A. 6.22c: 1 Columbia. A.
6.07c; 2 Windsor A, 6.07c; 3 Hldgewood A. 6.07c;
4 I'hoenix A. 6.02c; "3 Empire A. 5.37c; 6 ideal
Golden Ex. C. 5.87c; 7 Windsor Ex. C. 5.77c: 8
Hldgewood Ex. C, 5.67c: 9 Yellow Ex. C. a.S7c;
10 Yellow C. 5.S2c: 11 Yellow. 5.82c; 12 Yellow.
.47c; 13 Yellow. 3.12c: 14 Yellow, 5.42c; 15 Yel
low. 5.42c; 16 Yellow. s.42c.
Salt In car lots. $1.0531.10; small lots, $1.10
Flour Sacks (paper) Plain. 1-32 brls. per 1.000,
$3.50; 1-16 brl. $5; 4 brl. $8; 4 brl. $16; No. 2
drab, plain. 1-32 brl. per l.nno. $4.25; 1-16 brl.
$6.50: 4 brl. $10: 4 brl. $20: No. 1 cream, plain.
1-32 brl. rer 1.00. $7; 1-16 brl. SS.75: 4 brl. $14.50;
4 brl. $23.50. Extra charge for printing. 11.100
Spices Pepper. LVfUSe: allspice. 15?rl8e: cloves,
15?15c: cassia. 15018c; nutmegs. 60i?63c per lb.
Beans Choice hand-picked navy, $2.402.5O per
bu: Limas, California. 645 64 c rer lb.
Screened Beans $2.332.40.
Molasses and Syrups New Orleans molasses,
fair to prim. 2S33c; choice 333400; syrups.
Bice Louisiana. 44364e: Carolina. 64384c
Shot $l.5Mfi 1.60 per bag for drop.
Lead 6437c for pressed bars.
Wood en ware No. 1 tubs. $7.2.ivf7.50: No. 2 tubs.
$6.236.50: No. 3 tubs. J3.5033.55; 3-hoop palls.
tl.73; 2-hoop palls. $1.3031.60: double washboards.
$2.2532.73; common washboards. $1.5031-75:
clothe pins. 60365c per box.
Wood Dishes No. 1. per 1.000, $2.2M?2.50; No. i.
$2.FfT2.75: No. 3. t2.7f.fr3: No. 5. $3.2533.50.
Twine Hemp. 12318c per lb; wool. 810c: flax.
20030c; paper. 23c; jute. 12315c; cotton. 18323c
fron and Steel.
Ear Iron 2.30c; horseshoe bar. 2.7333c: nail
rod. 7c: plow slabs. 4.50c; American cast steel.
9311c; tire steel, 2334c; spring steel. 4tto5c
Leather Oak sole, 32335c; hemlock sole. 263
30c; harness. 33340c; skirting. S5340c; single
strap. 42344c: city kip. 60383c; French kip. 90c
$1.20: city calfskin. 90c3$l-10; French calfskin.
Xnlla and Horseshoes.
Steel cut nails, $2.65; wire na!2. from store.
$2.65 rates: from mill. $2.63 rates. Horseshoes,
per keg. $4; mule shoes, per keg. $4.50; horse
nails, $435 per box. i.rb wire, galvanized. $3.25;
Linseed, raw. 6Sc per gal; linseed oil. boiled.
69c per gal; coal oil. legal test. 843144c; bank.
4330c; best straits, 5c; Labrador. 60c; West
Virginia lubricating. 20330c; miners. 40c; lard
oils, winter strained, in brls, 50360c per gal;
half brls, 3c per gal extra.
Produce, Fruits and Vegetables.
Bananas Per bunch. No. 1. $1.5031.75.
Oranges Mediterranean sweets, $4.50.
Lemons Messina, fancy, 300 to box, $66.50.
Cocoanuts 50c per doz.
Potatoes $131-25 per brl.
Sweet Potatoes Baltimore, $4.50 per brl.
Cucumbers 1214c per doz.
Cabbage tWc per brl.
Celery lSifr 25c per bunch.
New Onions 50360c per bu.
Honey New white. 17c per lb; dark, 16c.
Cauliflower $2 per doa.
Peas 50c per bu.
Green or Wax Beans 25ft40c per bu.
Lettuce 5c per lb.
Green Onions 25c per five dox. bunches.
Badishes 10c per doz bunches.
Green Corn 5r 7c per doz.
Blackberries $1.50 per 24-ot crate.
New Apples $2t 2.23 per brl.
Pears 73c3 $1.25 pr bu box.
Plneapples-$1.23 to $2 per doz.
Watermelons $12.50315 per 100.
Cantaloupes l.V?r25c per basket; 50c&$l per brl.
Gem Melons 25c per basket.
Peaches Indiana and Kentucky 75c $1.23 per
Tomatoes Home grown. 40c per bu.
Wild Goose Plums 50c per bu.
Damson Plums $1.233 1.50 per bu.
Grapes 13c per basket.
Uma Beans (new) S0c3$l per gallon,
f.ed Plums 40350c per bu.
Hams Sugar cured, 13 lbs average, 114312c;
12 lbs average, 123124c; 10 lbs average. 123124c
Lard Kettle rendered. 84c : pure lard. 84c
Pork Bean, clear, $17.23; rump. $15.75.
Bacon Clear sides, 50 to 60 lbs average, 9V4c;
20 to 30 lbs average, Sc; bellies. 18 to 22 lbs
average. 10c: 14 to 16 lbs average, 104c; clear
backs. 20 to 25 lbs average. 94c: 12 to 16 lbs aver
age. 94c; 6 to 9 lbs average. 10c. In dry-salt 4c
Shoulders 16 lbs average 9V4c; 10 to 13 lbs
Clover, choice, prime, $4.753; English, choice,
$4.7535; alsike, choice, $738; alfalfa, choice,
$537; crimson or scarlet clover, $134-50; tim
othy, 43 lbs, prime, $1.5331.63; strictly prime.
$1.6031-70; choice. $1.6031.75: fancy Kentucky. 14
lbs, $1.10; extra clean. 60375c; orchard grass,
extra. $1.2031.50; red top. choice, 80c3$l-40; Eng
lish bluegrass. 24 lbs. $232.50; German millet.
$131-75; Western German millet. 90c$l; com
mon millet. 80390c
VITAL STATISTICS AUG. 14.
Margaret and Thomas Monaghan, 333
Keystone avenue, girl.
Mary and Joseph Gagalutes, 509 "Warsaw
Minnie and Joseph Hoffman, 939 Bates
MIna and Marcus Melvin, 1132 Southeast
ern avenue, girl.
Minnie and Henry Tempke, 234 South
Summit street, girl.
Anna and Harry Mahan, 802 East St. Clair
Ella and Frank Dougherty, 306 Blake
Nona and Ralph Elliott, West Tenth
Mrs. and Ed Hill. 2203 North Pennsylvania
fctreet, boy. 1
Anna and Harry Sommer, 1022 South West
Nettle and Harry Mitchell, 537 Keystone
Ora and Harry Crosley, 1121 Broadway,
Jennie and Bert Richardson, Elm street,
Dwight W. Baggerly, twenty-four years,
1525 Cornell avenue, typhoid fever.
Benjamin Wiggenbury, thirty-three years.
1S51 South East street, hemorrhage of
Lettle Curson, seventy-nine years, 2733
Foundry street, heart disease.
Addle ' May Bell, thirty-one years, 2216
North New Jersey street, tuberculosis.
William Newsome, five months,
Joseph Hill, seventy-eight years, Nor
wood, Ind., diarrhoea.
Ida Klefper, eighteen years, 505 North
Liberty street, consumption.
Mary Buckles, fifty-one years, 711 Darnell
Catharine Bartlett, one year, C23 Black
ford street, pneumonia.
Robert Haensel and Augusta W. Fin
neren. Mayhlon C. Dirkson and Lena Lewis.
Enos Baldwin and Amelia II. Miller.
Michael Hooney and Grace Deel.
Amer A. For? ha and Martha F. Reagan.
Edgar 1L Nixon and Anna E. Gordon.
R. B. Johnson, frame house, TIS East
St. Clair street, cost $1.000.
Laura B. White, shed, 826 Roache street,
I,aura A. Semans, barn, 1811 East Tenth
street, cost $2i"0.
Napoleon Murry. addition. 1317 West
Twenty-sixth street, cost $150.
M. H. Spades, remodel Cleveland block,
George Hubert, house, corner Harlan and
Orange streets, cost $1,5"0.
C. Koehring & Co., remodel 87S Virginia
avenue, cost $100.
Pensions for Veterans.
Certificates have been granted the following-named
Original Benjamin Davis (deceased),
Sandborn. $4: Henry Bender, Evansville, $.
Renewal Peter Hlghnote, Montezuma, $6.
Increase Wyatt Chappell. Soldiers'
Home. Lafayette, $10; Job Sharp, Gravel
ton. $10: John W. Campbell. Chrlsney, $io;
Jacob Godfrey. Lawrenceburg. $10; James
J. Kelsey, Lowell. $10; James Ray, Huron.
Reissue John 1. Rounds. Elwood. $12.
Original Widows, etc. Ann M. Carpen
ter, New Albany, $12; (special accrued. Julv
2S Charlotte Cron. Folsomvllle. $12: minor's
of Anthony Baker, Sheridan. $14; Elir.a A.
Holmes, Kirklln, $15: (special accrued.
July 30), Sarah C. Wlrrell, Monroe City. J12.
Work Degnn on New Cnstora House.
NEW YORK. Aug 14. Work has been
commenced on the new custom house which
Is to be erected on the Bowling Green site.
A large force of men has been put to work
excavating for the caisson work. It is ex
pected that the building will be ready for
occupancy witmn tnree years at the out
CORN LED IN STRENGTH
CLOSED A HALF HIGHER OX SCAR
CITY OF OLD GRAIN.
Wheat Enr at a Qnarter Decline
Oats n Shade I P and Provisions
Practically Withont Change.
CHICAGO, Aug. 14. The feature of the
speculative n;arkets on the Board of Trade
to-day was dullness. The tone, however,
was steady. Wheat closed Vc lower, corn
He higher, oats a shade up and provisions
Wheat opened easy. The Northwest rains
had about ceased and the llllnoib state re
port made the yield 22.000,000 bushels, "com
pared with the government estimate of 15,
000,000. These considerations gave the sell
ing side a majority when trading began, '
and September opened at 74474c, ?sc un
der the closing price yesterday. Liverpool
meanwhile was showing firmness, opening
Jt,d to Ud higher and' advancing fraction
ally later. This was encouraging to the
bulls and induced covering by scalping
shorts. Corn was exhibiting strength,
which proved Influential. Trading was
mostly local and on the scalping order, but
the market managed to ascend by slow de
grees, September rallying to 75?8c. On the
bulge scalpers took profits and some reac
tion followed, the close being easy, Sep
tember Uc under yesterday, at Wi'a'tZc.
The cash business was not brisk, but 300,-
000 bushels were worked. The seaboard re
ported forty-six loads a taken for export.
Seaboard clearances In wheat and flour
were equal to 32o,000 bushels. Primary re
ceipts aggregated 1,074,000 bushels, com
pared with 512,(1X1 last year. Minneapolis
and Duluth reported 309 cars, against 210
last week and 208 a year ago. Local re
ceipts were 506 cars, fifty-three of contract
Corn was firm but dull. The strength
was almost entirely due to the scarcity of
old corn, and not to unfavorable prospects
for the next crop, such news as came to the
hoard concerning the coming being favora
ble. Contract corn for the week showed a
decrease which leaves about. 250,000 bu, not
including corn loaded or being loaded. To
this and the excellent . shipping demand
traders were inclined to pay considerable
attention, and the result was an advance,
a good part of which was held. September
sold between 37sc and 3$Uc, closing c im
proved at 37Tic. Receipts were 219 cars.
Country acceptances showed some falling
Oats were dull, but steady, in sympathy
with corn. Receipts continued large, but
so did the shipments. Receipts to-day were
S03 cars. September eold between 21c and
217ic, closing a shade up at 21?i'ti21?ic.
Provisions had the assistance of the corn
firmness, light hog receipts, an advance at
Liverpool of 6s for Cumberland cut bacon,
and a better demand for hogs, but at that
the market did not improve materially.
Trade was quiet, although the cash de
mand for lard was reported better. Sep
tember pork sold between $11.51M2 and $ll.t5,
and closed a shade higher at $11.60; Sep
tember lard between $6.60 and $6.65. closing
a shade up at $6. 62 6. 63, and September
ribs between $6.'J5 and $7, with the close
2Vfcc lower at $G.97H-
Estimated receipts to-morrow: Wheat,
21K) cars; corn, 150 cars; oats, 400 cars; hogs,
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles. Open- High- Low- Clos-
Wheat ing. eat. est. lng.
Aug ... 74 75 74, 74
Sept ... 74-73 731, 744 74V73
tk-t .... 75 76V 754 75-75'i
Aug ... 3S; 3St 3SVi 3S3i
Sept ... 37a-37j8 3S 37, 37T,
Oct .... 36, 37-, 37
Aug ... 21'i 21'j 21 214
Sept ... 21S 21 21S 21V21;
Oct .... 22 -22VA 22V 22 22
Sept ..$11.63 $11.65 fll.52.s JI1.W
Oct ....11.67Vi 11.67Vi 11.57a 11.65
Sept ... 6.63 6.63 6.60 6.63
Oct .... 6.70 6.70 6.62'a 6.70
Jan ... 6.30 6.52V 6.47V? 6.52s
... 7.00 7.00 6.93 6.97V4
Oct .... 6.97VJ .97V4 6.f2Vi 6.93
Jan ... 5.95 5.97Va 5.95 5.95
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour steady.
No. 3 spring wheat. 70373'ic; No. 2 red, 76Vj
77ic. No. 2 corn. 3Sc; No. 2 yellow, 3;33yc.
No. 2 oats, 22322'ic: No. 2 white, 22424c; No. 3
white, 23 24'?c. Good feeding barley, 36c; fair
to choice malting. 43347c. No. 1 flaxseed, $1.7;
No. 1 Northern, $1.37. Prime timothy seed, $3.60.
Clover seed, contract grade, $s.5O'S8.60. Mesa
pork, per brl. $11.35311.6). Lard, per 10 lbs
$6. 603 6.624. Short-rib sides (loose). $6.9037.25.
lry-salted shoulders boxed). $6.7537. Short
clear slde3 (boxed), $7.4537.55. Whisky, on basis
o: high wines, $1.23.
Receipts Flour, la. 000 brls; wheat. 309.OO0 bu;
corn, 140.0"0 bu; oats. 780.000 bu; rye, 9.0K) bu;
barley, 12,000 bu. Shipments Flour, 16,000 brls;
wheat. 69,000 bu: corn, 227,000 bu; oats, 352,000
bu; barley, 7,(KK) bu.
Changes in Available Stocks.
NEW YORK. Aug. 14. Special cable and
telegraphic communications to Bradstreet's
show the following changes In the available
supplies from the last account: Wheat, in
the United States and Canada, east of the
Rockies, an increase of 1,106,000 bu; afloat,
for and in Europe, a decrease of 200.000; to
tal, supply, an increase of 906,000. Corn, a
decrease of 1,160,000 bu. Oats, an increase
of 410,000 bu. Among the more Important
Increases reported exclusively to Brad
street's, are those of 153,000 bu at St. Joe,
103,000 at Chicago private elevators, 62,000 at
Louisville, 54.000 at Jollet and 50,000 each at
Cincinnati and Chattanooga. The leading
decreases include those of 125.000 bu in
Manitoba. 99.000 at Depot Harbor, 60,000 at
Fulton, 53,000 at Coteau and 50,000 at Win
nipeg. The combined stock of wheat at
Portland. Ore., and Seattle and Tacoma,
Wash., decreased 106,000 bu last week.
AT NEW YORK.
Firmer Tone in Sngnr and Weakness
In Coffee Corn in Strong Position.
NEW YORK, Aug. 14. Flour Receipts,
33,115 brls; exports, 14,211; barely steady and
still very dull. The only demand was for
spring patents; Minnesota patents, $1-54.35.
Corn-meal quiet; yellow Western, SSc; city,
86c. Rye firm; No. 2 Western, 57c, f. o. b.
afloat; State, 53c, c. I. f., New York, car
lots. Barley firm; feeding, 42V4'44-Hc. c. 1.
f., New York.
Wheat-Receipts, 137,$00 bu; exports. 63.799
bu. Spot easy; No. 2 red, SIVic, f. o. b. afloat,
and 7S1ic elevator; No. 1 northern Duluth,
S3He, f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 hard Duluth. S6c,
f. o. b. afloat. Options opened easy In con
sequence of disappointing cables, and im
mediately rallied on covering influenced by
the strength of corn. Southwest receipts,
moreover, were not so large as yesterday,
while Northwest crop news showed more
bullishness. Late in the day they eased off
under realizing and closed easy at c net
decline; September, 79-3.so'4cf closed at
7940; December, 81TVÖS2 5-16c, 1 closed at
Corn-Receipts, 429,100 bu; exports, 119.722
bu. Spot firm; No. 2 44v4e, f. o. b. afloat, and
44c elevator. Options developed strength
and activity in the early session, owing to
reports of hot winds in Kansas, higher ca
bles and covering. Later through realizing
part of the improvement was lost, but the
market closed steady at Vic net advance;
May, 40i'ti 40Vsc, closed at 40vic; Septem
ber, 43343&bC closed at 43V8c; December,
40tie, closed at 404c.
Oats Receipts. 270.200 bu; exports. 34.5S4
bu. Spot steady; No. 2, 25;c; No. 3, 25c;
.o. 2 white. 2S'2c; No. 3 white. 27a4c; track
mixed Western. 25r29c; track white. 27&
Cl'c. Options dull, but fairly steady.
Cut meats steady; pickled bellies, $8.50
10.50. Iird steady; Western steamed, $C95.
Refined steady; continent. $7.25; S. A., is.10;
compound, S5.25fi6.37H- Tallow dull; city
t$2 for package). 4 7-PrgPgc; country (pack
ages free). 4'i'ij4c.
Coffee Spot Rio barely steady; No. 7 in
voice, 9c. Futures opened steady at 10
points decline, and ruled quiet, with a weak
undertone, following adverse European and
Brazilian cables, heavier receipts at Rio
and Santos, an absence of public specula
tion, and the increased desire to liquidate
long accounts. Closed steady in tone, 10 to
20 points on. lotai sales, 26,000 bags, in
8.057?8.10c; May, 8.10c.
Sugar Raw Armer. Fair refining. 4Vic;
eluding: September. rf.Wji 7.65c; October.
7.65c; November, 7.73ft 7.80c; December, 7.85
7.D5c; January, Sc: March, SftS.lOc: April.
- - - m m
centrifugal, 9G test, 4"sc; molasses sugar,
4c. Refined firm. '
TRADE 1!Y GENERAL.
Quotations at St. Loots. Baltimore.
Cincinnati and Other Places.
ST. LOCIS. Aug. 14. Flour dull and heavy:
patents, tZ.-Ti2.1j; extra fancy and straight,
$3.?i'g3.33; clear. $33.13. h-at No, 2 red.
cah. 71Sc; August. 7lc; September. 7l4c; De
cember. ;4'-ifi74'4c; No. 2 hard. 6So. Corn No. 2,
csli. 21c: August. 21c; September. 21Vc; May,
14 'c; No. 2 white, 20c. Pork steady; jobbing.
J12.73. Lrd quiot; choicts $6.52'3. Lry-sait
mtats Hnxed slow; extra shorts. $7.62',; clai
ribs. 7.S7V..; clar sides. $S.121?. Racon steady;
extra shorts. $3.23; clear ribs. $S.37V; clear sides,
$i.2Vr. Tlmothv seed in demand: prime, to ai
rlve. $3.4). Corn meal lower at S2.10ti2.13. Rran
Meady; sacked, east track. 66c. Hay easy: tim
othy. $10.5 v;i n.50; prairie. $6'rf7.3C. Whisky steady
at $1.23. Iron cotton ties, $1.30. Bagging. S.10
S.S3C. Hemp twtr.e, 9c. Receipts Flour, 9.0W
I'll: wheat. 234. bu; corn. 3n.0f bu; oat.
.'.uO bu. Shipments Flour. 11.0) brls; wheat,
94 .".) bu; corn. SS.) bu; oats. 22.O0C bu.
BALTIMORE. Aug. 14. Flour firm; receipt
14.846 brls; exports. 2'X1 brls; sales, 530 brls.
Wheat firmer; No. 2 red, 73),c; spot, 73H7735ie;
the month, 73V'j73ic; September. 74lifi74V;
steamer No. 2 red. 72c; receipts. 64.361 bu; ex
ports. 4$. Ol) bu; Southern, by sample. 6.Vri74V-c:
Southern, on grade, 72"ii74;C. Corn dull and
firmer: mixed. 424c; spot and the month. 42$f
427(,c; September, 427il3Hc: November or De
cember, new or old. S9Tj39V,c: January, 3nc
asked: steamer mixed. 41c receipts. 72.477 bu:
exports. 4.400 bu; Southern white corn, 4324
46c; Southern yellow corn. 45VitM6c. Oats steady:
No. 2 white, old. 27'ic, sales; new, 27c; No. 2
mixed, 23i(u26c. old; new, 24Vt's25c. Hay steady;
No. 1 timothy, $13.50(016.
TOLEDO. Aug. 14. Wheat dull and unchanged
to lower; spot, 77c; August. 77c; September.
7S'ic: October. 7&?c; Decemler, SOVic Corn dull
and higher; No. 2. cash. 42c; September. SSV.
Oats dull and lower; No. 2. cash, 22c; September.
2iV4C. Rye dull and unchanged; No. 2. cash. 51c.
Clover seed active and higher; 198, prime. $5.1;;
18J9. prime. $5.65: October. $3.90; No. 2. $4.80.
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 14. Wheat September.
f'Vkc; December, 674yfi77c: cash No. 2 hard,
6T,lfj67c: No. 2 red, 7ivfi71c. Corn September,
54c; December. 32S32'tc; cash No. 2 mixed
and white. 36c. Oats No. 2 white. 22c. Re
ceiptsWheat. 154,400 bu; corn. 11.100 bu; oats,
6.vi bu. Shipments Wheat, 35S.S0O bu; corn.
9.SO0 bu; oats none.
LIVERPOOL. Aug. 14. Wheat steady: No. 2
red Western winter, 6s 2Vsd; No. 1 Northern
spring, 6s 3'jd; No. 1 California, 6s 4d6s 4Vad.
Futures firm; September, 6s Vid. Corn Spot
steady; American mixed, new, 2s HVd; American
mixed, old, 4s 'd. Futures firm; September,
Ss lld; October, 3s lld; November, Ss ll?d.
nULI'TII. Aug. 14. Cash wheat No. 1 hard.
79-c; No. 1 Northern. 77-V; No. 2 Northern not
quoted: No. 3. 72c; No. 1 hard, to arrive, old.
7i'Sc; No. 1 Northern, to arrive, old. 77c; No. 1
hard, to arrive, new, 7S7c; No. 1 Northern, to
arrive, new, 76Tic; September, 76?8c; December,
CINCINNATI, Aug. 14. Flour dull. Wheat
active; No. 2 red, 75V576c. Corn quiet; No. 2
mixed. 41c. Oats easy; No. 2 mixed. 22,'??22ic.
Rye quiet; No. 2. 53c. Lard quiet at $6.50. Ruik
meats dull at $7.40. Racon firm at $S.55 Whisky
quiet at $1.23. Sugar firm.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 14. Wheat In store No.
1 Northern, August, 74c; September, 74V4,74Bc;
December, 75ic. On track No. 1 hard. 77c;
No. 1 Northern, 75Vc; No. 2 Northern, 73c.
MILWAUKEE, Aug. 14. -Barley No. 2, 50c;
Duttcr, Cheese and Eggs.
NEW YORK. Aug. 14. Butter Receipts, 14.367
packages. Market steady; creamery, 17"i21c;
current packed, factory, 14trl6c. Cheese Re
ceipts, 9.4S0 packages. Market steady; large, col
ored. lO! lü'zc; small, colored, lOaiO'c; large,
white, lo4c: small, white, 10ic. Eggs Receipts.
13,04 packages. Market steady; Western, at
mark. Ilöl2'sc for average lots; Western, los
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 14. Butter firm and
He higher; fancy Western creamery, 21ic
ptints. 23c. Eggs firm; fresh near-by, 15c; freh
Wettern. 15c; fresh Southwestern. 13c; fresh
Southern, 11c. Cheese firm and higher; New
York full cream, fancy, small. loic; New York
full cream, good to choice, i OCg lOViC.
CHICAGO, Aug. 14. On the Produce Exchange
to-day the butter market was firm; creameries,
lhf?20c: dairies. 14'yJrlSc. Cheese firm at 94
11c. Eggs firm; fresh, 12c.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. H.-Eggs higher; fresh
Missouri and Kansas siock. 12c per dozen, loss
off, cases returned; new white wood cases in
cluded Vic more.
CINCINNATI, Aug. 14.-Eggs steady at 9c.
Butter higher; creameries, 17fi22c; dairies, lie.
Cheese steady; Ohio flat. SVift S?c.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 14. Eggs higher at lUe.
Butter higher; creamery, 17ii20Vic; dairy, I517c.
BOSTON. Aug. 14. The wool market continues
to show a better tone. Values are no higher,
but wools appear to have become established in
price and there are fewer weak spots In the
market. For good lines of territory, fine mediuta
and fine, 5"c is asked. Fleece wools continue
quiet, but more sales of washed Ohio delaines
are noted at 30c. Following are the quotations
for leading descriptions. Ohio and Pennsylvania
fleeces X and above, 27c; XX and XX and
above. 29c; delaine, 3f;31c; No. 1 combing, 30'j
31c; No. 2 combing and -blood, 3oc; 14-blood.
washed, 30c; coarse and braid, washed, 26'&27c.
Michigan. Wisconsin, etc. X Michigan, 23c; No.
1 Michigan combing. 29ff30c: No. 2 Michigan
crmblng, 2!"tI3)c: i-blood. washed, 2 29c; coarse
and braid, washed, 25ti26c; fine delaine, 26"ft2;c.
Unwashed medium, etc. Kentucky and Indiana
'-blood combing. 25c; i-blood, 25c; Missouri 4
blood combing. 23fr24c; -blood. 23'&24c: braid
combing. 20 21c; Lake and Georgia, 22023?.
Territory, scoured basis Montana and Wyoming
fine medium and fine, 17$ilSc; scoured, 50c: sta
ple. 52ft53c; Utah tine medium and fine, 16tfzlYc;
scoured, Zc; staple, 52(a53c; Idaho fine medium
and fine, 16öl7c; scoured, 50c; staple. 52$i53c.
Australian, scoured basis, spot prices: Combing,
superfine, nominal at S2ii87c; good, SoS2c.
WILMINGTON. Aug. 14. Spirits of turpentine
steady at 3S-331c. Rosin firm at $1.20(1.25.
Crude turpentine steady at $1.40 to $2.40. Tar
quiet at $1.40.
OIL CITY. Aug. 14. Credit balances. $1.25.
Certificates no bid. Shipments. 1Ö7.308 brls; av
erage, 101,529 brls; runs, 124,815 brls; average,
MONTPELIER, Aug. 14. Indiana crude pe
troleum, 68c; South Lima, 90c; North Lima, 95c.
SAVANNAH, Aug. 14. Spirits of turpentine
firm at 39ic. Rosin firm and unchanged.
CHARLESTON, Aug. 14. Spirits of turpentine
nominally steady. Rosin firm.
NEW YORK. Aug. 14. Stagnation was the ru'.e
in all iron and metal markets; absolutely noth
ing doing. Pig Iron warrants were quoted nom
irally at $11.50. Lead and spelter were dull and
nominally unchanged at 4.23c and 4.17Vfc4.22V2C,
tespectlvely. The local tin market was again
lewer and closed easy at 31.50$t3L55c. Copper
was dull and unchanged here, but declined 7s 6d
abroad, sellers at the decline. The brokers' price
for lead was 4c and for copper 16.62Vic.
ST. LOUIS; Aug. 14. Lead steady at 4.20c.
Spelter dull at 4.50c.
NEW YORK. ug. 14. Dull demand for brown
cottons and market continues Irregular. Print
cloth yarn goods quiet but steady. No chance
in bleached cottons; orders moderate and prices
steady, w ine sneetings quiet and unchanged.
Denims, ticks, plaids and other coarse colored
goods in Indifferent demand, with ready sellers.
Prints unchanged; fair sales of staple lines at
previous prices. Ginghams without feature.
Silks are selling Indifferently and market esy
with prices irregular. Hosiery and underwear
for next spring in fair request.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 14. Poultry steady; chickens,
7c; springs. S2c; turkeys. 6'i7c; springs, WciVk;
ducks, 5c; springers. 6c; geese, 3c; springers, be.
NEW YORK. Aug. 14. Poultry Alive steady
at unchanged prices. Dressed quiet and un
changed. CHICAGO. Aug. 14. Iced poultry slow; tur
keys, 7c. chickens, 9c to lOllc.
CINCINNATI. Aug. 14.-Poultry dull; chickens.
4; turkeys, ."".
NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 14. Cotton easy. Sale.
450 bales. Ordinary. ?c; good ordinary. 8 5-16o;
low middling. 9 7-16c; middling, 9 13-lCc; good
riddling. 10 3-lCc; middling fair, 10 7-16c. Stock
2?, 7m5 bales.
NEW YORK, Aug. H.-Cotton closed quiet at
'ic decline; middling uplands, 10'c; middling
gulf. 10-Sc. Sales, 2-Jo bales.
SAL KS OF Ill'AL ESTATE.
Ten Transfers, with n Total Consid
eration of tfIK,l7.".
Instruments tiled for record in the record
er's office of Marion county, Indiana, for
the Mventy-four hours ending at 5 p. m.
Aug. 14, 1100, as furnished by the Indiana
Title Guaranty and Loan Company, V.D
East Market street. Both telephones C005.
William Surber et al. to James Par
sley and wife, part of the east half
of the southeast quarter of Section
26, Range 17. Township 3 $750
Annie M. Slilz to William C. Miller,
Lot 21. Stilz's second addition 550
Joel (3. Roberts to John L. Poore, Lot
22,1 Augusta sou
Minnie Morrison to Frank A. Morri
son and wife. Lot 21, Milllgan's
Park-lane addition 2,2v
James II. Witby to Almon Aber
nathey, Lots 3;i and 3G5, Allen's sec
ond north addition I.e.")
George F. Armstrong to Charles W.
Phipp et al.. Lot 8 and part of Lots
6 and 7. Valley Mills 1,000
Maria Emma Hahr to Frederick Hg,
part of Lot 1, Davidson's first addi
Frederick Hg to Maria Emma Hahr,
Lot 21. Coffman's subdivision, north
half of Outlot 101 5.000
Edward II. Perry to Emma McKay.
Lots and 40, Carpenter's Home
Place addition 3,000
Atlas Savings Association to Henri
etta C. Reyes, Lot D9, Kenwood...... . 45
Transfers. 10; consideration.. $i8,lr75
LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS
CATTLE QUIET AXD SELLIN AT A
TRIFLE LOWER FIG I'll KS
Hogs Aetlve at IIlKher Price Sheep
Active and Stendy Condition
of .Markets Elsewhere.
UNION STOC K Y A RDS, I N D I A N A PO LIS.
Aug. II. Cattle Receipts. 625; shipments
small. The receipts of cattle were liberal
for this time In the week, and some of
the best that have been here for a long
time were represented. In keeping with
the increased receipts and lower prices
elsewhere yesterday, the market here
opened quiet with the bidding lower.
Salesmen were protesting against making
any concessions, but were soon convinced
that they would have to reduce prices to
effect a clearance, consequently a trading
basis was soon established, and at a gen
eral decline of about 10c the offerings
changed hands promptly enough. The
weakness was more perceptible on the
heavy grades than others. Export steers
sold as high as $5.85, and quite a num
ber around 55.60. There was no strictly
prime female cattle represented, and no
extreme prices reported. Calves were
higher at the start, but closed with the
advance lost. Quotations:
Good to prime steers, 1,350 lbs and
Fair to medium steers, 1,350 lbs
-and upward 5.00i5.35
Good to choice 1,150 to 1,300-lb
Fair to medium 1,150 to 1.300-lb
Medium to good 900 to 1.100-lb
Good to choice feeding steers 4.604.75
Fair to medium feeding steers 4.15'i4.40
Common to good stockers 3.5osr4.40
Good to choice heifers 4.2.VH5.00
Fair to medium heifers S.ti 4.io
Common to light heifers 3.003.50
Good to choice cows 3.7ai4.3o
Fair to medium cows 2I'3J
Common old cows j!TÜ"o-
Veal calves l'rm
Prime to fancy export bulls Z.Wa.-
Good to choice butcher bulls 3.50.i3..a
Common to fair bulls 2.l3.o
Hogs-Receipts. 4.000; shipments. 2.000.
The receipts of hogs were moderately
large, and with a good demand from all
buyers the market opened with consider
able life in the bidding and the supply was
soon changing hands at prices as much
higher as they were lower yesterday. It
did not take long to clear the pens at cur
rent prices, and the closing was steady.
Sales were at $5.2555.32. largely at $5.251?
Good to choice medium and
Mixed and heavy packing. S?5'S
Good to choice light weights...... 5.25- .-0
Common to fair light weights... 5.2IKV 5.
Common to good pigs 1' -'7n
Sheep-Receipts. 300; shipments fair. The
receipts of sheep and lambs were not large
and the quality was only fairly satisfac
tory. The market was necessarily quiet,
but finally a good clearance was made at
last week's closing prices for all kinds.
Good to choice Jambs...... $5S?5
Common to medium lambs
Good to choice sheep..
Common to medium sheep....
Transactions at the Interstate Yards.
INTERSTATE STOCKYARDS. INDIAN
APOLIS. Aug. 14.-Cattle-Receipts. 41;
shipments none. Receipts were limited,
and were composed of rather common
kinds. All were sold early at Ftrong
prices, considering the grades. Good ex
port cattle. 1.300 to 1,400 lbs. average, are
in strongest request, and sell at full quo
tations. The market was generally steady
at good prices, and the closing was firm,
with all sold. Quotations:
Good to prime export steers, 1,350
to 1,500 lbs average lo m 5.t
Fair to medium export steers,
1,200 to 1,400 lbs average: S.15& 5.50
Good to prime butcher steers, 1,100
to 1,250 lbs average -wn 5.20
Fair to good feeders, 900 to 1,100
lbs average 4.40 4.70
T I er Vit onr1ror4 . 3.4XJ 3.90
Ilk .-wv .. . -
Good to prime heavy heifers 4.La 4..
Common to medium heifers 3.40W 3.90
Prime to fancy export cows 4.15'u 4.40
Fair to good cows 3.4(J? 3.65
Canners to common cows 2.mv 3.oo
Good to choice light veals 5.50 G.oO
Common to choice fat bulls 3.75' 4.25
Common to fair bulls 2.75 3.50
Good to choice cows and calves... 35.00j 50.00
Common to medium cows and
calves 20. 00g 30.00
H0gSRecelpts, 1,200; shipments, 1,040.
The supply was composed mainly of light
and light mixed grades of poorer quality
than the general run of the last week or
so. The opening was steady with all grades
In demand. Buyers had liberal orders, and
a good clearance was soon made, mostly
at $5.25fi5.30. The closing was steady at
practically unchanged prices. Quotations:
Fair to good pigs, 110 to 130 lbs
average ; 13.27 5.32 a
Good to choice lights 5.25 6i5.27
Fair to good lights 5.22HÖ5.25
Good to choice medium and
heavy 5.25 (ft 3.27
Mixed and heavy packing 5.22 5.25
Roughs 4.50 05.00
Sheep Receipts nominal; shipments none.
Receipts were of rather common grades.
The opening was steady and prices strong
for especially choice stock. Trading was
fairly lively and all were sold. Quota
tions: Spring lambs ?4.755.73
Good to choice yearlings 4.0054.75
Thin yearlings 3.ri4.00
Good to choice 3.5(rti4.uo
Common to meuiiim sheep 2.75' 3.50
Rucks, per 100 lbs 2.5Oi3.50
LNION STOCKYARDS. INDIANAPOLIS.
Aug. 11. Only about 125 head of horses
arrived for the initial sale of the week,
against 200 the same time last week, and
250 the corresponding time a year ago.
The receipts included comparatively few
high grade animal?, and th quality gen
erally was hardly as satisfactory as last
week. There was a small attendance of
buyers, and with limited competition the
auction opened dull and the bidding was
lower. Shippers had not expected any
change In prices, consequently they were
very slow In transferring their consign
ments. A few of the first sals, and, in
fact, most of the best animal?, were re
ported at nearly steady prices compared
with last week, but usually the common
to medium offerings were considered a
shade lower. The arrivals were principally
chunks and drivers, and sales were largely
at 75.gl25 per head.
CHICAGO, Aug. 14. Cattle Receipts, i.ym, n.
cluaing 2.5"0 Texins and l.'iOO Westerns. Choice
steers and Westerns steady; others slow t.
15c lower; butchers steady. Natives: iit on
sals to-day one carload at f".K; good to prin.e
sters. J5.3v5.&5; ror to medium. $l.6'Vy 5 2-V
selected feeders steady at U.2:,'a 1.75: rnlx.d
stockers. $3.2ii3.!: cows. $2.Sr"rj 4.4); hHfers. 3
4i; canners. -";2.75: bulls strong at 2.75t4.6-j;
calve strong at ft.75fi6.S5. Texans: Receipt.
2.50. Rest on sal to-day three cars at tl 5f
Texas steers. t4.25x5: Texas grass steers. U.2i-f
4.2'): Texas bulls, $2. 5" i 3.35.
Hogs Receipts to-day. 12.; to-morrow. 21 -0";
left over. .v. estimated, flood to choice
teady to a shade higher; other weak. Top,
I5.37H; mixed and butchers. 15 t 5.30; good to
choice heavy. N.9-"l5.3; rough heavy. 14.754x4.91;
lij'ht. t5.öTi5.37,t: tu'k of sales. $5',j5.2.-.
Shep Receipts. 8.. Sheep and Iambi
steadier. Oood to choice wethers. U.2."i 4.6t; fair
to choice mixed. iJ.T.Vri 4.2: Western heep. 4,.
4 40; Texas sh-ep. I3y: native lambs, Ji.255.75;
Western lambs. 14.71 ... 65.
KANSAS CITY. Aug 14. Cattle Receipts.
UDO natives and 2,J Trxans. Good fed and
grass killers steady to 10c lower: grass canning
stock easier. Native steers. 5.40.;5; ocker
and fders. 13. 50 4 60; butcher cows and heifers.
SAWS AM) 31 ILL SUPPLIES.
E. C. ATKINS & CO.
Manufacturers and Re
pairers of all kinds of
Ulllcc and Factory, onth and Illinois
Streets, Indianapolis, Ind.
O I liC BKLTISfi and
W S. KM ERY WHEELS
W. B. Barry Saw and Supply Co
J2 R. rKN'N. PT. All kinds ef Saws rerir i
DT. C. I. I- L IL TCMIi I.
ÜKSIDKNCE 123 North Pennsylvania strut.
OFFICE ;u outh Meridian trat.
Oftlc Hours to It a. m.: 2 to 4 d. re.i 7 ts I
Telephones Office. 907: rwtdonc. 427.
Dr. W. B. Fletcher's SANATORIUM
llentnl and Äerron Diseases.
211 NORTH A LA DA XI A STREET.
- ' - ' i i
lilt. J. O. RIItlCPATRICK.
Diseases of Women and the Itectom.
TILES cured by hit safe and y method. X
detention frcm business. Offlc. I East Ohl.
HA1LHOAI) TIME CAItD.
thus: I'aily, n hleeper. P Parlor Car, O
CharCar,I Urning Car, t Fxcept Sunday.
15 IG FOÜK KOUTR.
City Ticket Office, Xo. 1 K. Washington St,
Anderson accommodation..... 45 2.50
t'nion City accommodation ...4.60 93
Cleveland. New Urk Boston. ex s,.4 2S 10.40
Cleveland. New York Boston mail.. S 00 6.30
New York and Boston limited, d ..2.40 S.IO
NlY&Bos Kniekerbocker.d a .5 li.W
RJCNTON HARBOR LINE
Benton Harbor express .45 2.50
Benton liar bos express, p IMS 8.45
Warsaw accommodation "4.60 s23
fcT. LOUIS LINE.
Ft. Louit accommodation ISO 5.33
Ht. Louis southwestern, lim, d 11.43 1 0
Ft. Louis limited, d a 3.25 a.aS
Tcrre Haute & Mattoon accom fi.OO 8.44
feu Louis express, a 11.20 4.0S
Lafayette accommodation 7.45 S.45
Lafayette accommodation 5.15 10.44
Chicago fnt mail, d p 11 41 2.SO
Chicago. White City special, d p 3.30 6.10
Chicago night express. 12.05 M3
Cincinnati express. S.5 Mll
Cincinnati express, s 4 It 11.05
Cincinnati accommodation 7.1 6.40
Cincinnati accommodation 10.50 H-lS
Tincicnati express. p 2.45 3.25
Greensburg accommodation. ......... ft. 30 SOS
Cincinnati, Washington f 1 ex. d...ö.20 ni.40
K. Vernon and LoaiiTllle ex, S.U '11.45
N. Vernon and Louisville ex ..2.45 U-49
Peoria, Bloomington m and ex 7.25 2.25
Peons and Bloomington I ex. d p ....11.45 6.08
Champaign accommodation, p a 4.10 10 xi
Peoria and Bloomington ex, a 1 1.50 U9
SPRINGFIELD AND COLUMBUW LINK
Columbus and ftpnngfleld ex 8 45 1O.20
Ohio special, d p 2.35 3.03
Lynn accommodation ....43.15 10. OJ
CIN- HAM. Ü DAYTON RY
City Ticket Office. 15 W. Wash. SL
Cincinnati express 4.10 12.U
Cincinnati fat mill, ...8.21 .
Cin. and Detroit ex. p..tl0.4& 10.35
Cincinnati and Dayton express, p.. .r6. 45 11.4S
Cincinnati and Dayton limited, p d..4.45 13.25
Cincinnati. Toledo. Detroit 7.07 t7.30
CHI- IND. LOUIS. RY.
J Ticket Office. 2ft W est Wuh. 8t
LrauJLixT Chl'go night ex,s..i2.M LSI
Chicago lat mail. a. p d 7M 7.ftS
Chicago express, p d Il.no t2.40
Chicago vestibule, pd t3.35 4.37
Mod on accom f4.QO flO.Ct
LAKE Kit It-; WKSTERN B. IL
Toledo. Chics go and Michigan ex 17.00 laa
Toledo. Detroit and Chicago. Iim..l2.20 t4.15
Muncie, Lafay'teand Laportc spec.t7.2Q tlO.25
INDIANA, DKCATLK WKSTEKN IPY.
Decatur and Ht. Louis mail and ex....ts.lS t4.40
Chicago express, p d til .60 12. o
Tuscola accommodation. ............ .t3.43 flu. 40
Decatur tit. Lou.a fast ex. a c... .11.10 4.05
Ticket offices M
station and a4
Philadelphia and New York . 10.30
. tltimore and Washington li-30
Columbus. Ind. and Jxuisvills 4.10 1 1.55
Kichinond and Columbus. O T7.1J
l'.qua and Columbus. O T7.ia
Columbus and Richmond M 17.16
Columbus. Ind.di Madiuon (Sun. only) 7.M
Columbus, lnd. and Louisville. ".
Vernon and Madison ts.01
Martinsville and Vincennea 7 23
Dayton and Xenla s
Pittsburg and Kant .25
Iogansport and Chicago 11.1!
Martinsville accommodation 1l2.iiO
Knightetown and Richmond il.ltB
Philadelphia and New York 3.if
Baltimore and Washington 3.05
Dayton and Springt'eid 3.115
L'olninbue, Ind. and Madison 13. 30
Columbus, lnd. and Louisville 4.00
Martinüville and Vincennea f4.1 5
PitUburg and Kast 3 OO
Philadelphia and New York. 'J.IO
Dayton and Xenla 7.10
Spencer accommodation H.OO
Columbus. Ind. and Louisriile t7.10
Logansport and Chicago 12.20
VAN DALI A LINE.
Terre Haute, Ft. Louis and West 44
Terre Haute and feu Louis accom 7.25
lerre Haute. Bu Louu and West. .12.15
Western Express 3 30
Terre Haute and Effingham acc ....t4.00
Terre Haute and bu Louis tast inil.7.oo
t. Louis and all Pot du West '11.20
To Reach Out
In the summer months the
man who advertises
Newspapers were never read
with more interest than now
As an advertising medium
you need it in your business
Z 2M.XT; canners. t2.2vf?3.30; fed Westerna,
1.2');5.ir.; Texan;, t-t lV':;.7i. Calves Receipts,
43t. Market strong and fairly active at HÖ5.60.
lings Receipt. S.7. Ghm1 Jemand: prices
2e Ut lic hlKher. Heavy. $ ... lKi .20; mixed.
5.M: light. Si '1 1.12V. pigs. .vt4.;m.
s;he-p lueelpts, 4.3"0. Trade active at ua
ehangtl prices. Lambs. S.Vft Y .V) ; I'tah lambs.
'.,.". At :.. 4; Clah fhffp, II'.; 4. i; muttons. 44 b05J
T-xans, l.vJ; ftleri, ll.S'.fy i.ZO; cull,
NEW YORK. Aug. 14. Iv-s Receipts. IM.
rralnlv for exjmrt and slauzht rers. No trade.
Mark t nominally weak. Cables quote live cattle
slow ut ll'i:c i'r lb. Shipments, fell) cattle and
juartr of tx-f.
Calves Receipts, 273. Veals steady; butter
milks weak: some late arrUvIs hell over. Veals,
f.-vr .V; mixed eatv-s. 3.c:rv
Shep and' lambs Reee4jds, .1.4. Kheep
eai.i-r: lambs slaw and 1." '' lower. Sheep,
f.i.60'1 4 Ci"3: few choice wetbeia. $ji.2i; lambs,
tl '-n ".': culN. l.
Hoxs Re eij.ts, 2.1VI. Market alout steady.
Wstrn mlxxl liot's. J"..f: State anl IVt.nsyU
tnia. $.VT'''i ; chol Ilsht State and IVr.ii
s) Iva nla, ". :! '.
ST. LOCIS. Aug. II. --Cattle-Receipts. 5.k
li-.ludlng 3.'yi Texans. Market slow and lower.
Native shipping and exort steers, f.'.! .:
tlii.ed txef and t-iitchr steers. fi.0Ki 1.3": teer
ur.1or I. (AM Rs. X-i.iVn; stokers and fee.1rs,
f.?.2''i4.3); cows Hud heifers. $2'? 4.71: earners.
$l.."p''i :.iö; bulls. tV'4: T an.l ln-iian steers,
..'rt t.C't; cows an.l htifers. tJ4'wi4.70.
Hogs Receipts. "i,1,i. Market strontr un Hghl;
oth r- steadv. IMks anl lights. JYr-il Sti; butca
hhep Receipts. 2.4'f. Market strong for sheepj
steady for lamb. Native multon lt:i Vi;
lambf, ttXil.21. culls and bucks. fl.l4; stock
ers, 11.2:1; 3. 4).
SOCTH OMAHA. Aug. 14 Cattle Receipt.
4.x). stärket active and monger; common
grades lower. Native beef steers. 1 n ä.M;
WeMern t-te rs. 14.2:.'j 4 i.".; Texas steers. $44 4Ji
cows and heifers. Slt.i4.2: canners. ft .TW2 W:
stockers and feeders stronger at It "-y4.4W;
cahes. J2'ni.i.l; bull. na etc.. $I.2T5 4 JO.
Hogs Reef trts. &.7n. Market strong on light,
steady on otber. Heavy, It S..:t( mixed.
ji.:ai: iiKht. ti.:'ff 1.07V. pirs. n.yi.so; bu;
of tales, Il ltV.!,.
Sheep Receipts, 13.MV Mark't slow to l
lower. Yearlincs. IJ(I 3": nether. $.V7574 P;
etnek sh ep, $3. 2-V'Ti 3. si ; lambs steady at 4.2.J
CINCINNATI, Aug. lt. Hogs active and lowes
Cattle strong at tl.2.'i5.25.
sntep iowtr at $2.21; lamb lower st IXTIO