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THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1901.
CLIFFORD AKKICK, 1129 law Building. MONEY TO-LEND Persons Desiring to Bcrrow Money on Improved Real Estate in this City, or upon Approved Collateral Secur ity, Will Find It to Their Advantage to Call at the Office of the INDIANA TRUST CO Corner Washington St. and Virginia Ave. NO COMMISSIONS Capital, $1,000,000 Liability of Stockholders, SI, 000,000 Surplu5, $80,000 Indiana National Bank (FIr.-proof Building.) Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $930,000 y 1' &FflZ DEPOSIT VAULTS. VOLNHT T. MALOTT. President. KDW. L. McKKK, Vice I'refilent. EDWAltD D. i'OItTKIt. CaMT. THE COMPANY'S SUPERIORITY The Union Trust Company does all klnls of business In the management of property that an Individual can do. Hralrfes Its Kreut financial ability nnd responsibility It can Klve the very best service for the following among other reasons: TIIK TIlt'ST COMPANY Is more cautious than the Individual, moves more safely and has an Invaluable reputation which its managers arc ever zealous to protect nnd enhance. TIIK TKtTRT COMPANY'S nets are open nnd not pecrrt. They are always partlcl- fmtcd In by peveral. and thereby dishonesty a made Impossible. TIIK TKL'ST COMPANY'S changes an; more reasonable than those of an Indl vblual. for It has In Its own otMce and law department every facility for irformlnK tunny dutle that ordinarily would have to be Klven to others at heavy expense to the trut. THE TKUST COMPANY'S affairs are en tirely, removed from every Speele of specu lation. All investments are made by Its Finance Committee, thus enlisting the com bined wisdom, experience and capacity of eeveral successful men. TIIK TRUST COMPANY keeps a clear nnd complete record of everything It does, which 1 subjected at reKMlar periods to rlRld scrutiny by the courts and the state authorities. Paid-op Capital SflOO.OOO Ntirpla Kund IhO.OOO Stockholders' Additional M iblllty. 0OO,000 OFFICES Nos. US and 122 (Company's Building) East Market Street A. M. FLETCHER BANKER 128 Broadway NEU YORK. Transacts a general banking business. Receive deposits subject to draft. Divi deeds collected and remitted. Acts as fis cal agent for corporations and negotiates security issues of railroads and other com panles. Monoy Ioanocl cn annroved collateral. Deals in invest merit securities. Accounts of Banks, Bankers, Corporations and Individuals solicited. 88 Wall St.. New York. A tues Hid:?, I "op, ton. F JS. ROGERS CO (IN COR PO HATED) BANKERS AND BROKERS, 503-505 Stevenson Bldg. Fast direct wire to N. Y. ytook Kxchnnce. (cwj - " .Mgr. va 'ric 13 lrttlDk 'l'nikt Co. Stork. InlmiiHpolU Fire In. toc. Consumer' lias stock. Lsw llulMlng Stock. Indianapolis Street Ky. Co. 4s. licit It. It. Common Slock. 1'iiion Traction lloml. Ner York, Chicago Local Stocks. NEWTON TODD : : : In-alls Block Private wires. SAFi: DEPOSITS. S. A. FLETCHER & CO.'S SafeDeposit VrLvilt: 30 Unst VYitsh.Kcton Street. Absolute safety against fire anl burglar. Po liceman day and nttfht on puard. Designed for safe keeping of Money. Uond. Wills. Deeds. Ah atracta. filter I'Utc, Jewels and valuable 1 runks, I'ackagM, etc. Contains 2, P) boxes. Ilent 3 to 45 l'er Yenr. JOHN' S. TAHKI(,TO.. Mnnneer MONEY Je Loaned upon Improved city property, grantln permlsion to make ;artlal moments. Interest gra.de J according to location and character of security. No delay. C P. SAYLLS. i:; East Market Street. TIGHT WITH BURGLAHS. Foreeil t Surrender After Our Tlinu it nil Shot Und Ileen i:eliutiKed. FAHM I N(ITON. Mhh.. Mtrrh M.-Fo'ir Irjn!ieI men an-1 boys had a tiht this nft erno'jn In which over a thous.-.iul &hn wtre exch.-inKetl with three hurLirs. who ere. hl.llrif? In a pttclt of v.li,1.s thrc mlle vet of the village. After a des perate resistance tho men surrern!crI. Aii thr were bally wojnaed. Ti.iy k.ivc their names hs (ieorKe Smith. John Tay lor anI .Tim Williamson, and their residence a Port Huron. Thtir wounds were dressed and they were taken to the Jail at l'ontlac. Bargains for Sale .... Trad.; and Rental Property tMIN0R STOcks flCTIVE laki: i:itii: ami ion maim: vi:itv SlIISTAVriAI, AI.S. Soiitli-vrtrrn rromlnrtit In the l"p nard Me-veMiient Loonl Trmle Xot So C'ood n i;ittctl. At New York, yesterday, money on call Aa steady at CU-ls per cent. Prime mercantile paper, SHfilVi per cent. Sterling exchange was steady, with actual business in bankers bills at J1.S7 for de mand, and at JI.SIV for sixty days; posted rates, Jl.Sf.'i and II.SSVs" commercial bills, Silver certificates were WiCSc; bar sil ver, 61Uc; Mexican dollars, 4'.c. Uar silver closed at 2 3-PÄ1 an ounce In London. The dealings In yesterday's stock market covered an extraordinary rane of securi ties. Quotations were made, for some stocks which have lain dormant for many days and a. number of usually very quiet stocks were made active. Stocks of some s?mall railroads, which are usually obscure, by reason of the small amount of their capital stock, were made comparatively consplcuo'13 In the day's market. Opera tions were constantly shlitlng from one stock to another, none maintaining its prominente for any great length of time. The day's operations footed up quite an important aggregate, and the general ap pearance of the market, notwithstanding Its peculiar features and the difficulty of analyzing it, was one of activity and strength. There waa a tendency to yield the highest prices, as Interest was shifted to new points. Extensive realizing was going on In the general list under cover of the strength In pots. and in the last hour an active selling movement to take profits caused a general reaction, reaching a point or more in some of the active stocks. The close itself was rather easy and much be low the best all around. Among the day s special movements the Southwestern stocks were prominent, led by St. Louis Southwestern, the common rising 4 nnd the preferred 4"i. The Iake I'rie & Western stock were very strong, the common rising 4TH and the preferred 4. Buffalo, Hochester Kr Pittsburg preferred and Uurllngton, Cedar Itapids & Northern rose 4 points each. The express stocks were strong, Am erican I.xpress rising 4, Wells-largo 2 and rnltfd States 3, with a reaction of IVi. Among other stocks which rose from 1 to 2 points at some time during the day were Chicago Great Western, the Chicago. In dianapoll & Louisville stocks, the Chicago Terminal Transfer stocks, the Chicago & Kastern Illinois stocks, Des Moines &. Fort Dodge. Pere Marquette. Minneapolis & St. LouI. the Wisconsin Central stocks, Chesapeake &. Ohio and Norfolk & West ern. Among the Industrials. Cotton Oil, the Malting stocks, People'a Clas, Western I'nlon. Continental Tobacco preferred and Brooklyn Rapid Transit gained as much. St. Louis 'i San Francisco, after rising urongly, fell 2 points under Tuesday night. The smelting stocks were weak throughout, the common falling and the preferrtM ll2. Many of these movements were with out any explanations, and others were based on vague rumors, for which no of ficial sanction could be had. The money market continued unruffled. In spite of ab sorption by the subtreasury thus far this week of $-1G7.uOO and the knowledge that $:o,.whj,(jo() must be provided for the dis bursement of the Standard Oil dividend on Friduy. Business in railroad bonds continued large, and many substantial advances were srored. Total sales, at par value, were 57, US'W. United States threes advanced Vi 1'cr cent, on the last call. Following are the day's share sales and the closing bid prices: Closing Stocks. Atchison .... Atchison bref Sales. .... 26.T00 111.1. f.S 30.1m) 3,fMX) U"0 Itultlmore & Ohio. itii Baltimore .t Ohio pref Canadian Pnolrtc , i vt so tit vuiiirjn ...... Chesapeake Ohl 4:,o 4t.4C Chicago OrcMt Vetern 100 Chioajjo, HurllnKton & Qulncy.... 42.200 C'hlcaxo, Indiana. & Louisville... 13.W0 Chicago. Inl. Äc Jxuliville pref.... 1.6o) Chicago A Eastern Illinois 2,100 Chios' Northwestern 100 Chi.. Hock Island & Pacific... U.m C. C.. C. & St. L 2.200 ColoraJo Southern 8,4tO Co'.oralo Southern 1st pref 200 Colorado Southern 2d pref 2,100 I ilawarf & Hudson So0 Del., Lack. & Western 1,2(0 Denver & Hlo Grande 5.500 Denver & Klo Orande pref l,b00 Erie 11.4C0 Erie Ift pref 11.40 tii eat Nirthern pref 4.1h) Hockinjf Coal 1.000 Hocking Valler 2.20) Illinois Central 1.2(h) low Central 14.700 iiivii Central pref 7,?0 Ia ke Erie & Western 3.6(H) Lake Erie & Western pref 2, 4'j0 Lnke Shore I,oulvllle Är Nashville 10,3.') Manhattan L. 2,200 Metropolitan Street UalPvay 4.100 .n!.iun Central 11.200 Minn. & St. Lulls ,2t0 Vinn. C- St. IuiJ pref 200 Mls-ouri Pacific 8.1C0 Mobile Ac Ohio T. It Missouri. Kanas & Texas ID.TO.) Missouri, Kansas & Texas pref.... 27,000 New Jersey Central New York Central 2oo Nortolk & Western " 13.700 Norfolk & Western pref Northern Pacitto S.soo Northern Pacific pref 1.0C0 Ontarii Wesf ?r" 4.K0 2n 71i 11. t 173 76' 10.i V, 45 21 lßi4 28 S 10f J7.2 4;.T li.V -1" ,4 5)5 ill :c5 SO' 1-4 7S"4 92 si 224 56' i 1 j. 144 85 Oreaon Ky. Ä: Navigation.. 42 76 Oregon Hy. & Navigation pref.... Pennsylvania lD.n) P., C. C. A: St. L ReadinR 41tOO Heading l-'t pref l.20O Iteadlr.R 2d pref 1,0 H Hlo Grande Wfstern Iiio Grsnle Western pref ioo St. Louis & San Prancisco 25,3 St. Iuis c San Fran. 1st pref.... P) St. Louis Är San Frr.n 2d prof fi..)0 St. Loul Southwestern 1.I.400 St. LouU Southwestern pref 16.S00 St. Paul S.S'iO St. Paul pref St. Paul Omaha S.uthern Pacific 12.100 Suthern Hallway 1.4h) Southern Kullway pref 6.1t0 Texas Pacific 21,710 Pni.-n riuiflc 15.5oO I'rtlon I'acittc pref l.0 Wabash 1.700 Vv'abash pref 16.C00 Wheelinir & Lake Erie 500 Wheelin Ikt Erl pief l.fCO Wisconsin Central 4,20) 59 32 72 42 C5 9C 44V 714 3:: 1S9 44 24", 314 84 33 i:.4 314 21V EXPRESS COMPANIES. At'ams ioo American f.tV yjj t'nltod States f00 C4 Wells-Furgo 100 141 M ISCELLANEOUS. AmalRamated Copper 8,70) 100 American Cotton Oil i.2oo 27 American "nton Oil pref 3 American Malting 1.600 tu American Maltinß pref 2,7rK) 27 American meltlnif Ar Henning.. 11.6) MH American memn ac net. prer.. 2,c( 94 American Spirits m American Spirit pref j;v, American Steel Hoop 2,1m) 364 American Stet I Hoop pref 2.0CO 8 p.. Amerwan teej ,v ire &.C00 3J American Tin I'late itn) cii- American Tin Plate pref American Tobacco American Tobacco pref Anaenn la Mi:dnp Co Prooklyn Kapl I Tr.ir.slt Celera 2o Kurl ä Iron Continental Tobacco Continental Tobacco pref Federal Steel Fed-ral Stel pref General Electric Glucose Sutar C.lucofe Su;ir pref Ir.t rnatl. r.al Pap?r International Pap-r pref Laclede las National Hlscuit National Hlscuit pref... N:tl.nal I-al National Ieat pref National Steel Nat lor.;. 1 St. ! pref Nail..r.:il Tut.. National Tube pref New Voik Air-brake North Ametlcan t:i'W Mtxk).. Purine Coast Par::lc f ust l.-t j r f Pa Hie Coast 24 pref 2.7t'0 21.PDO l.ftH) 32.5i mi 4.0 1. C'O 2, bMi 2"0 MP 122i 140 id 4. - t t 1J.V4 43'4 211 4! i). 23 81 PM 6 0 1.4") 7yj "iv 3.2..0 1.'0 7:' 7t 414 95 l"4 7 a - ' 1 3 .3 1C4 74 12 Pacific Mail AA ' 2 lo:.i. (I'M P. . ;lt -. s G;is Plrved St-I C:ir ir f" St'-el Car j'Tt-f Pullman Palate Car H "public lnn .c Steel i:;u!ilio Iron Ar Stitl pref. St under J lUpe ä: Twine U) 2ÜÖ) I.l'IMt 'Ü200 "i,'c5b 2u0 71 16 4. 11 :.3'4 121 12 7-4 sugar Sujiir pref Tnuictn-K Coal ä Iron. Thlr 1-nvenae , Pnitet States Leather t'ulted fctates Leather pref 109 Total salea .r-o DONDS. IUI. li.H n.v, no", ii'f, , ll'f'a 137", , 137! 113 11 lll'i lll'i UN IT EI STATES refunding1 twos, rejf...., refunding twos, coup.., three, reu threes, coup thn-e. fmall bnls.... new fours, rf new four, coup........ oi l fours. r k , Asked. i;, in ins Ill's 13VN 113'a 114la 112i 112S U. r. u. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. fM fours, coup. lives, rejr.... lives, coup.., YVedncNdny'n Ilnnl; Clearing. Exchantref. .j-q.'-.L.'.ti . 7.4!l 4.031,0 ;c P.alancf s. Jl'.7o:',147 2.2"4.tu:t 4S:..4!7 New York I tos ton ChieuKo . St. Louts llaltlmor Cincinnati . Inllana;olls 00,ti7J LOCAL. CatAI A.M 1'HODICK. Stlll Ilooni fip Improvement In Trade Prior Firm, n n llnle. In some lines of business the volume of trad I? not up to expectations. This will apply espe cially to dry goods. Spring trade Is starting up slowly. The same Is true with the boot and shoe, the hat and cap and millinery houses. tut it Is believed that only a few days of genu ine sprinjc weather is the thins needed to give a turn for the better. The wholesale grocers, the druKKlsta, the confectioners, hardware arid iron merchants and sei merchants all speak of trade as Kood. On Commission row mere 1 some complaint, but Stork carried are lare and re- tall merchants are selecting Kood stock and paying the prices uuoted, which are very rea sonable for March. The produce market is active. In prices poultry, butter and cheese are all firm at quotation!. Ekks are weak, us receipts are large anil increasfing. The local grain market Is disappointing. The high prices for corn was expected to increase re ceipts at this point, but such expectations have not been realized, and seldom have the cereaune mills and grain merchants carried a low etocks in March as this year. Track bids yesterday, as reported by the secretary of the Hoard of Trade, ruled as Mlowa: Wheat No. 2 red. 7c; No. 2 red, on milling freight, 744c; No. 3 red, H'dTJc; wagon wheat. Corn No. 1 white, 41c: No. 2 white, 41c: No. 3 white. 41c; No. 4 white, 37fr3&c; No. 2 white mixed. 3ic; No. 3 white mixed, S'J'.ic; No. 4 white mixed. 35l4'h37Vc: No. 2 yellow. 3aic: No. 3 yellow. 33ic; No. 4 yellow, 3.Vä374C; Xo. I mixed, "3ÜHc; No. 3 mixed, 3c: No. 4 mixed. 35,st37,,jc; tar corn, tic; wagon corn, 40fu4-c. Oats No. z white, 2a'.2c: No. 3 white, 27Vic: No. 2 mixed, 2tc; No. 3 mixed, 2lc. Hay No. 1 timothy. S12.&0UU; No. 2 timothy. f HW12. Inspections heat: Rejected red, 2 cars. Corn: No. 3 white, 3 cars-; No. 2 mixed, 2; No. 3 mixed, 3; ear, 1; total, ! cars. Poultry and Other Produce. (Prices paid by shippers.) Turkey hens, 7i8c ir lb: young toms. fc; young chickens, 7c; hens, 7c; cocks, 4c; ducks, Cc; geese, full feathered, .40'ffö per loz. cneeee New lork run cream. 12 c; uomestio Swiss, 17c; brick, 14c; liniburgcr. 13c. Hutter Choice roll, 11c per lb: poor. No. 2. 6ft7c. Ktfgs 11c per dozen. Fthers--Frime geese. 30c per lb: crime duck. 10c per lb. Heenwax 30c for yellow, ZjC for Cark. Wool Medium, unwashed, l?U2uc: tub-washed. tSQZOc; burry and unmerchantable. 3 if 5c less: fins merino, 15JEc; coarso braid, 17c. HIDES, TALLOW, ETC. Greensalted Hides No. 1. 8c: No. 2. 7c: No. 1 calf, !Vsc; No. 2 calf, 8c. Grease White. 4c; yellow, ic; brown, 2c Tallow No. 1, 4c; No. 2. Zc Tili: JOUIII.X. TIIAÜC. (The quotations given below are the selling prices of the wholesale dealers.) Produce, Fruits nnd Veitetublee. Hananas rer bunch. No. I. $1.7322: 'No. 2. 11.22 01.50. ' Oranges California navels, S2.50f3; seedling. Lemons Messina, fancy. SCO to box, S3.25: Call- fotnia lemons, $3.2.1. Potato: ll.bO per brl; 48yaOc per bu. Sweet Potatoes Jersvy sweets. $2.75: Illinois. t2.2:M2. 50; Kentucky. $2. abbae Holland seed, II. ü0 per 100 lbe. Celery Callfoinla, 7oc per Uoz; $4.00 ier case. Vellcw Onions $1.40 per bu: red onions. $1.40 pet bu; led und yellow. $3.50 per brl. onion ets Yellow. 11. iw per bu: white. 12.23 per bu for best. Honey New white, 17c per lb; dark, 13c, Cocoanut 5ee dox; per bag. $3.50. Parsnips 75c per Lu: 12.1:5 per brl for best: unwashed. $1.50. Hadtshcs25ii:;Cc per doz bunches. Southern green onions. 35o to 40c (Shallots) per doz bunches. lthubarb 2o(Ju3."c per uoz. ' Kale-$1.50 per brl. Lettuce ljo lb. Carrots 6oc per bu. Old lleets 5tf75c per bu. Turnips $1 per brl; 35c per bu for washeJ. Cranberries Jersey, $i.7i per bu. Apples Italdwln. $3.75 per brl; Uellflower. $1.50 per brl; Greenings. $3.75 per brl; Northern t?py, $4 per brl; lien Davis, J. Prorlitona. Hams-Sugar cured. 13 to 20 lbs average. llc; IS lbs average, loyilVic; 12 lbs average, 11 Valine. Lard Kettle rendered, Sc; pure lard, 9c. Pork liean. clear. $1S; rump, $14.50. Hacon Clear sides, 60 to o lbs average ö'ic; 3) to 40 lbs average, 5c; 2i to ) lbs average. PHc; clear bellies. 2j to 30 lbs average, asic; IS to 22 Iba average. aic; 14 to 1 lbs average, loic; clear backs, 20 to 25 lbs average, 9Vc; 12 to 1 lbs average, 94c; 6 to 9 lbs average, 9?c. In dry salt l?c less. Shoulders is lbs average, S;c; 10 to 12 lbs av erage, S?ic. J. J. VAN ALEN DECORATED. Anierlcnn 3lnde on Honorary Knlfrht of Cirnce hy Klntc Kdnnrd. LONDON. March 13. The Gazette to-day announces the appointment of Mesdamcs Georgo Comwallid West and Jennie Blow as ladles of grace of the Order of St. Jchn of Jerusalem, and J. J. Van Alcn as an honorary knight of grace. In connection. Kspectlvely, with their work in fitting out ilie Ameiican hospital ship .Maine and a held hospital for bouth Africa. Mr. George Cornwallls West Is better known rs Lady Randolph Churchill, her ramc before her recent marriage to Lieut. (Icoege Corn wallls West. ilrs. Jennie Blow is the vIte of A. i. Blow, of Den ver and Chicago. She took a promlneni part In the work of the committee 'n charge, of the American hospitai ship Maine. J. .1. Van Alen, of New York, Utted out a iwU hospital section in January, l!00. and offered it to the British War Office for ise in Sotit h Africa. It was accepted by the War Oftice, and called the American section of the hospital to which it was attached. VITAL STATISTICS MARCH 13. HlrtltN. Victoria and James It. Cole. 2415 Talbott ave- nee. girt. Marie ana tawaro iiarrison, 1:4 r.ucene ave nue, girl. Myrtle ana cnaries v. i-.mmons, I'ark ave nue. toy. Isvl ana ucttiieo t auz. im outft rselson etrrot. 5lrl. May ana jonn c Aiciiwaine. ims Lexington avenue. Ny. Oecrglana ana I. Jones. 313 Toledo, street, girl. Mary and Wilhelm Noffke, 2021 Columbia ave nue, boy. Emma and Charles Filter, 813 Temple avenue, boy. DcntliR. Charles Powell, flfty-six years, 221 South Meridian street, pneumonia. Helen Elizabeth Crosby, sewn months, 1121 "Park avenue, meningitis. Kllza Bigelow. sixty-three years, 923 North Illi nois street, erysipelas. W. H. Winters, fifty-nine years. 1323 ErooksUe avenue, solerouts. Ka;-- E. MUllkan, one year, 4351! South Capitol avenue, cerebrltls. Charity A. Hoskins. eighty years. 223 Wyoming street, exhaustion. Anna K. Staub, slxty-elsht yean, 3C North Davidson street, meningitis. Samuel Trlttipo. eighteen years. 2322 Gale street, pneumonia. "HarrlnKe Lleennes. Harrr I). Wasson and C'race Cllne. William A. H. Nicholson and Lillian Florence Wlllocby. Ureenbuiy Walker and Emma Sams. Tension for Veterans. Certificates have been Issued to the following named Ind'.anian.: Original-John Marlin. Peppertown. $S; Thomp son Wtnklepleck. Wlnamac. $. Additional Jf rerrdah Vane. Yorktown. $12. Renewal and lnereas-Samuel C Story. In diana Mineral Si rings. 12. lnf.riase Lmis Soulney. Vlncennes, $17; MosfT Callahan. Kurtz. $17; William Mason. Terre Haute. $1; William Matchler. Wstfi.-ld. $:.' William N. Poulson. Klkhart. $10; Corce Iixon. Marlon. $; Leonard Mclleyr.olds. I'nioa. tl2. i: l.-iue I??.ae Randöl;h. Mt. rn. n. $17. Kelsue and Increa Oeorgo W. Peters Wheatt.eld, orlE'nal Widows, etc. Ida Had-len. Knknmn $S: Anna Slmm.. Lafayette. $.; Mary A. Sheets. Madison. $": Sarah A. lavi. Plkeville. $. original Widows etc. Kmllie Kein.an, Terre Haute, $; minors of John Mays, lleaton, l. (Special accrued. Feb. Vj). K2l2ateth Wr! Denver, $S; special accrued. Feb. Klizabeth Gardiner. Bedford. $S. Mexican War Widows (Special accrued, Feb 13), Mary A. Iteinkln;. Fricdheim, $1 t'n!te! states Rubber W fnlte-l State Kubber rref 2A) Western Union M') A BULGE IN PROVISIONS m:ads tiii: mauki:t oit of tiic sluk;ii of diispom). Advance ItmiRe from 12 In hard to l-.e In PorL Good (;uln Ilstnbllslied In the Cereals). CHICAGO. March 13. Aggressive bullish ness In provisions made the market the conspicuous feature on 'Change to-day. The cereals, while quiet and at times Inactive, wen? firm. May pjrk closed C2i.c higher. May lard 12Hc up and May ribs l"il(17'sC Im proved. May wheat closed Hlic over yes terday and corn and oats with a gain of in each. The provisions market assumed the lead ership of the markets at the start, display ing marked activity at the tap of the gong. By Its bulj-e to-day May pork shows a rise of J1.50 since ten days ago. The opening ad vance was baed on the light hog receipts and higher prices in the market at the yards. A heavy foreign demand existed throughout the day. The market was at times extremely nervous under a scarcity of offerings, and such sales as were made came from profit-taking longs. Hog re ceipts have been on a diminishing scale for ten days and prices at the yards are above the parity of the manufactured product, making it more profitable to buy in the pit for future delivery than to buy and kill and pack the hogs. May pork opened at 514.974 to $13.022 and advanced to $.15.;2!-., closing at that figure, C2I2C over yesterday. May lard sold between J7.C2Vi and $7.724. closing 12H-C higher, at J7.?J, and May ribs be tween S7.371,3 and 5F7.&0. with the close 15'ii 17c improved, at 7. 474 It 7.30. Wheat was dull but firm. May opened 'Hc higher to unchanged, at 730 to 75c. Under the influence of firm late cables, moderate receipts, unsettled weather, heavy seaboard clearances and In sympathy with provisions strength an advance to 75'H,c followed. The reports of export engagements aggregating thirty-three loads caused covering by shorts late In the session and a further ad vance to 73v followed. The close was lirm. May "i'ti'Sic up. at 73H'i 7.Vve. Seaboard clearances, In wheat and Hour, were equal J to 732.CKIÜ bu. Primary receipts aggregated jOS.OOO bu, compared with 704.0 u bu last year. Local receipts were rlfty-slx cars, eight of contract grade. Minneapolis and Duluth reported 32i cars, against 27 last week and 132 a year ago. Corn was quiet but firm under the Influ ence of unfavorable weather and in sympa thy with the provisions strength. Receipts were 216 cars, thirty-three 'of contract grade. May sold between 41c and 41Hc and closed c higher, at 4 Hill llc. Covering of July by shorts brought that option within 'ff'i.p ri the Mnv orlpo. A srarritv of ears shut off shipping business. Exporters re ported twenty loads taken nt the peaboanl. Oats were dull but lirm, lu sympathy with corn. There was n fair outside demand. May sohl between 2140 und 25" se und clel higher, at 23t23" je. Receipts were ölti cars. Kstlmated receipts to-morrow Wheat, 30 cars; corn, 137 cars; oats, 172 cars; hogs, 17.00) head. Leading futures ranged as follows: Articles. Open- IlUh- Low- Clos Wht In. est. est. In. Mar ... 73 ?4', 73S 74 -7P,4 April .. 74S 7A 74 74 -....- - -1' -11 " ' f-" . r Corn Mnr ... .... May ... 41 Oats Mar ... 21 May ... 24i-24" Prk 41 41"- 21 U 24 24; a -2."., 2-24Ti 2j - May ..$14.974 Jl.i.:.2'i $ll.97i f I'.Cü'ä July . . 1 1.S . 14. IM 14. V) 14. 0 La rd May ... 7.f.2'i 7.72', 7.C2; 7.72s juiy .. .. Sept .. 7.77'i 1 . 1 1 1 1 72ls 7. 77', a 7.S2i Ribs May ... 7.37, 7.r 7.37i 7..VI Sept .. 7.42'a 7.47'i 7.42a 7.47i Cash quotations were a follow: Flour dull. No. 3 spring wheat. C:";73c; No. 2 red, 74Vtf 70'iC No. 2 corn, 4')c; No. 2 yellow, 4 'c. No. 2 oats. 2.'.'27c; No. 2 white. r.?i2.c; No. 3 white. '2:c. No. 2 rye. l'2c. i od feeding barley, 374V SSe; fair to choice maltlrc, 4S'u')ic. No. 1 flax seed. $1.52l4; No. 1 Northwestern. $l.r3. Clover s-ed. contract grade. U.75. Prime timothy seed. $4.40. Mess pork, per brl. 115.3721 1Ü. 40. Lard, Per P"X) lbs. $7.70j7.721i. Shoit-rlb sides (loose). $7.3ö'u7.r. Dry-salted shoulders (boxed). $5.371'ir 6.62lv. Short-clear sides (boxed). $7.7CKij l.'Mt. Whisky, on basis of high wines, $1.27. Receipts Flour, 43.1MO Irl; wheat, i.(V)n hu; corn. 431.ox bu; oatw. 43!.0oo bu; rye, 38,)x) bu; barley, 19.000 tu. Shipments Flour, S9,uoo brls; wheat, 65,n) bu; corn, PJ3.00) bu; oats, 278,KW Lu; rye, 8,000 bu; barley. lG.ooo bu. AT M:V YORK. Stronjc Slarket for the Ceren la Pro visions Firm nnd Active. NEW YORK. March 13. Flour Receipts, 16,437 brls; exports, 2.C47 brls. Market moderately active and steady. Rye dull; No. 2 Western, CStC f. o. b., afloat. Wheat-Receipts, 110.700 bu; exports, 57,001 Lu. Spot firm; No. 2 red. SOV-jc f. o. b., afloat; No. 2 red, 79"c elevator; No. 1 northern Duluth, S'-gj f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 hard Duluth, &lc f. o. L., afloat. Options opened steady and had a subse quent advance on firm English cables, fears of smaller primary receipts, heavy seaboard clear ances, strength of corn and provisions, and lisht speculative offering-, with a fair demand from shells; closed strong at -Vtc net advance; March closed at 7U'4C; May, ,j'n 7jhc, closing at l-c: July. 75)"i'3 73"c, cloning at 7lse. Corn Receipts, 7v.2' bu; exports, 133.150 bu. Spot firm; No. 2. 4S-'4c elevator. 4sc f. o. b., afloat. Options were firm. In line with small rtcelpts, Htormy weather West, good speculative support, firmness abroad and light country offer ings; closed at net advance; March closed at 4 ifc; May. 4"v"?4. closing at 4ic; July, 4"-r'; 4ÖSC. closing at 4.Ti.c. Oats Receipts. 116,2 bu. Sp,t firm; No. 2, 31'-4c; No. 3. a-'lic; No. 3 white, 32'.c; No. 2 white. 33ic; track rnixti Western. 31i.'(iS2c; track white, 31"y;c. Options fairly activeand lirm. Beef quiet; me. $S.50; packet. $X3)(T10. Cut n cats firm; plck'.ed shoul ler, St.ö0ii".7T. Lard Refined strong; continent. $S.2i; S. A., $S.S5; compound. $.5u'Jj.C2'2. Pork Ftronser; familv $:.". 16.25; short clear, $14.75 vr 10. 7.". ; mess. $14.73 fiZ.'M. Tallow quiet; city, 4Vi 4'"4c; country. 4V'i5'ic. Cotton-seed oil firm; prime crude, 2ic; prime yellow, iioc Coffee Spot Rl easy; No. 7, invoice, T'gc. Mild quiet; Cordova. K'iili'jc. Sugar Raw dull but stendy; fair refining, 2'ic; centrifugal. 16 test, 4c; molasses sugar, a'c. Tit Ann ix (; i:KiiAL. Quotation nt St. Louis, Baltimore, Cincinnati nni Other I'lnrea. ST. LOUIS. March 13. Flour more active; pat ents. $3.rö'y 3.7"; extra fancy and rtraUhta. $3.15 3.3.".; clear. f2."! & 2.y. Corn meal steady at $2.05. Hran firm; sack-1. ea?t track. 77c. Wheat No. 2. cash. 72"ic; May. ir,c; July. 72svU72".c; No. 2 hard. 'X'illc. Corn No. 2, cash. 3H'c; May, 3. 4c; July, 40c. Oats No. 2. cash. 2te; Mav, 2fc; July. 2.c: No. 2 white. SVc. 1'ork firm; Johbinir. $1". Lard f.rmr at $7.5V'. Dry salt meat (boxed) stronger; extra shorts, $7.37,; ckar ribs. 7.ö): clear sides. $7.C2.. ßacun (boxed) stronger; extra shortrt. fs.-ij; clear ribs. $8.2i: clear sides, fs.:7V Timothy seed quUt; avi-raee receipts, $3.7.Vi 4; prime worth more. Hay Timothy firm at $f12.u0; prairie sfadv at $;.".'J'5 Jo. Whisky steady at $1.27. Iron cotton ties. $1. rJapglnif. "'d,c. Hemp twin". Sc. He ceipts Flour. 5. Iris; wheat, G-i.oon hu; corn, S'..iV0 bu: oats. 43." hu. Shipments- Flour. lO.(A) brls; wheat. 02,() bu; corn. 125.0 k hu; oats. 4e,,) bu. LALTIMORK. March 13 Flour dull; receipts. 14. 730 brls: exports. 3.'..! hrls. Wheat firmer; spot and the month, 771 77c; April. 7Sc Md; Mav. 7S7S'4c; steamer No. 2 red. T.'.VTf 7"' c : re celpts. 37. ''' bu: exports. t u; Southern, by sample. 7:'i7Sc: Southern, on rad. 7 V.J 7S4C. Corn firmer: mixed, epot n1 the month. 4"1-'7 4ic; April, iii'-c; steamer mixe-?. 42' 'v 4"4c; receipts. 22S.&33 bu: exports. 5".oiV) pu; Southern white corn. 47VJ4V; Southern veüow' corn. 4."f;4fc. Oats steady; No. 2 white, 22T72'tc No. 2 mixed. 3ic bid; receipts, l.r.r.i j,u. LIVERPOOL. March 13. Whnt-Snot firm; No. 2 red Western winter. ll'd; No. 1 north ern sprint:. 6s 2';d; No. 1 California, fs 2-'d. Corn Spot firm: American mixed, new. 3s l-'d: American mixed, old, 3s IDid. Lard American refined. In pall, strom? at M. Ham.'-Short cut firm at 4 .'d. Dacor Short ribs firm at 44.5 id; char billies firm at 41s '1. CINCINNATI. March 13. Flour dull. Wheat quiet; No. 2 red. 7V 7. Corn steady; No. 2 mlx'd. 41':: 'at;- f.rm; No. 2 mixed. "2c. live ei.sy at ".-. Lard firm at $7.57'... Djlk mats Arm and higher at $7. :-'. De con lirm and hither at $S.r.o. Whl'ky. I it i U.-r inlshed gools. active on a basis of $1 27. Suar firm. KANSAS CITV. !arch 12. Wh-a t J!a v. r.-',r-Julv. ;T,o; ca?h. N . 2 hard, t):1..,,; No. 2 ri,!, ":'.i7v. t'orn May. 37'4c; cah. No. ; mixed. X''i".'': No. 2 white. l'tic. ats No. 2 wiilt. 27c. i:.-c-ipts Whsit. bu; corn. 2. tu- oats. 2.f" bu. Snii-nietit. Wheat, O.Iv'V bu; rorn. f.J.4' bu; oat. 2.". bu. TijLKbo. T.rch 1?. What active anl higher: cah. 7S-c; May. Mc: July. 7'sc. Corn dull and firm; ca.-h. 4'i(; May. 41c. oats steady; cafh. 2sc: May. 2Sl1(c. Dye, r.2c. Clover seed, lv.'j. pf . i Mi ah and March, $;..60; Octo ber. $.".. MINNKAFOLTS, March 13.-W -heat-Cash. I I 74Vc; May. 74Vc; July. 7i'i7ic. Oa track: I No. l hanl. 764c: No. 1 corthera, 4c: No. 2 northern. 6 'rntuc. MILU ACKKC. March 13. Barter 3ull; No. 2, C7c; sample, 4-Ji;-14c. nutter, Ckk nnd Cheese. ( NEW YORK. March 13. Putter-rtecelpta. 7.507 packages. Market unsettled; fresh creamery, l.'-22c; June- creamerv, l(r2(c: factory. 10d'14c. Cheese Itecelpt. l.rtCO packages. Market stronit; laifre. fancy, colored and white. ll'fjlPtc: fsny. fmall, colored. 12'jc; fancy, pmall. white, IZ'tf l-4c Kifs Itecelpt!-. 11.!I2 i-ackapex. Market sttady; W estern, at mark, 13'fjllc; Southern, at n.nrk. liltc. I'lUIXDHLriHA. March 13. Hutter uteady: fancy Western creamery and prints. 22c: fancy near-ly prints. 22c. V.gzn firm; fresh near-by and 'etern. lie; fresh Southwestern. 14c; fresh Southern. 13c. Cheesm unchanged; New York full cream, fancy, small. ll'J12"c; New York full cr'ams, fair to rhoice, lj-4'.iUo. riUC'A'Jo. March 13. n the Produce Kx chanse to-day the hutter market was dull; creameries. 15'u2lc: dairies, llfilfc. Cheese Pteady at lVM!c. Lcks wwk; fresh. Iljl2c. KANSAS CITY. March 13. Ekk lower; fre Missouri ani Kansas utock. lo,c per dozen. irt;.rr. casts returnel; new whltewood canes in cluded tjc more. CINCINNATI. March 13.-Eicr;s steady at 12c. Hutter quiet. Cheje firm; Ohio flat, ll-c. ST. LOUIS. Mnrch 13 Butter firm; creamery, lG',i22c; dairy, 14'ul7c. K?rs rteady at 11c. Ulis. CHARLESTON. March 13. Spirits of turpen tine nothing doing, ltcsin firm, juote: C. 1. ?!.'; K. $1.10; K, $1.20; C, $1.25; II. $1.3.; I. $l..V; K. $1.7.; m. Jl.so; N, $l.s.; window glass, $l.!C; water white, $2.1j. V.'ILMINGTON. Mivrrh 13. Spirits of turpen tine firm at Si'-'iJOe. Kosin nothing doing. Crude turjntine steady at $1.S) to $2.30. Tar firm at $1.1". OIL CITY. March 13. Credit balances. $1.23. Certificates no bid. Shipments. 71.1M6 brl; av erage. S:),7o Lrls; runs, ll',757 brls; average, 82,J37 trls. SAVANNAH, March 13. Spirits of turpentine steady at 3Tc. Rosin firm and 3c up on all gradet. MONTPELIER. March 13. Indiana and South Lima crude petroleum, SSc per brl; North Lima, 93c. Drr Goodn. NEW YORK. March 13. Business has not un dergone any material change to-day. Buyers re fuse to grow enthusiastic and are still placing restricted orders. Homo demand for heavy brown cottons' slow. Demand for t'hlna again In the market, but for low .prices. No prices have been reported for bleached cot tens or coarse colored goods. Print cloths continue Inactive and print ginghams quiet to-day. In men's wear woolens and worsteds business moderate and tone of the market Indifferent. Dress goods quiet and staples t-ecuring bulk of the demand. Cotton. NEW ORLEANS, March 13. Cotton steady. Sales, 4.Tm0 bales. Ordinary, 6 9-lRc; good ordi nary, 7'c; low middling. 77c; middling. 8"c; good middling. 8 l.-lc; middling fair, Ssc, nom inal, ilecelptx, 6,561 bales; stock, 342..VJ3 bales. NEW YORK, March 13. Cotton Spot closed quiet; middling uplands, 84c; middling: gulf, tc. Sales, I2i bales. Poultry. ST. I.OUIS. March 13. Poultry steady. Chick ens. 71.1 Sc; turkeys, i'yic; ducks, aac; geese, u'u 6c. ' CHICAGO. March 13. Dressed poultry dull. Turkeys, &10c; chickens, UVküISc. CINCINNATI, March 13. Poultry firm. Chick ens, J',yloo; turkeys, l'u'Jic. Wool. ST. LOl'IS. March 13. Wool i-tealy and dull; me. limn grades, li"ul'c; heavy tine, lOftc; htbt fine, 12'j lie; ub washisj, ls,(27,ac. r.le(ula. ST. LOUIS, March 13.-Mctals Irregular. Lead firm at 4.2-Vs'(i l.l'äc. Spelter lower, with &ulM at 3.7c. SAM'S OK It UAL I2STATE, T-vcnty-i:iIit TraiiMf4rN Made .Matter if ItofrI VtMterln'. . Instruments filed for record in the recorder's othce of Marlon county, Indiana, for the twenty four hours endin at. 5 p. m. Marth 13, 1901, as furnUhed by the Indiana Title Guaranty and Loan Company, No. 12J Last Market street, lloth t telephones, ;Ko: John W. Friday to Frank McCullouxh. Lt 72. Culver, RIsk Ac Lynn's sub of Columbia l'laco. tCornellus uvc, near Lynn ave) $30.00 Ito0-rt K. Keott, commlssUmer, to Ar thur tJ. Fo.-dykt Lots luJ and lux, John W. Murphy's s e add. (South of lielt Kallrouu) l.t CJ.orge Kahl to Seth M. Richen ik. Lot 1j. John A. It rouse & Co.'s sub of Lot 7 and part of Lit 6, Robison Voor heeti's add. (Corner of Olive and New York t 1.00 Union Trust Co., trustee, to Thomas Karnett et ux., Id 4a. Woodruff l'lace. (West drlv-, bet Crosn and luth ti).... 1.C36.12 Wm. F. ltuschmann et ul. to Thomas Harnett et ux., Lot i'J, Wootlruff l'lace. (West drive, bet Cross and luth sts).... 1.00 Mary fci. Fatout et al. to lAra llolloway. e 'i of the n e 4 of Sec 1Ü, Tp 13. II 4 30 67-10) acres. (Warren township).. 2.000.00 Alice M. Jenkins to Wm. II. Alford. s w 4 of Sec 22. Tp 17, It 3; and the e i of the n w i4 of Sec 21, Tp 17. R 3-210 acres. (Washington township) 600.00 Sarah Jane McCJhee. to Wm. 11. Alfora. a w u of Sec 22, Tp 17, R 3; and the c V of the n w ; of Sec 27. Tp 17. It 3240 acres. (WaHhlnmon township)... 4,200.00 Mary J. Dlue to Wm. il. Alvord, s w V of Sec 22, Tp 17. R 3; and the e i of the n w 4 of Fee 27, Tp 17. It 3240 acres. ( Wafhlntfton township) 100.00 Addle NlchoU. by auditor Marion coun ty, to Dhoebe Uross. Lot 14. Square 6, John S. Fleming's 3d North Park add. (Droadway, bet 2Mh and 2lth sts) 200 00 George W. Iancaster, by auditor of Ma rion county, to I'hoebe Gross, Lots 74, 7.". 7t" and 77, Geo. W. Lancaster's) Delmont-ave add. (Trement ave, near Lambert st) 80 00 Emily M. Dixon et al., by nu.litor of Marlon county, to Dhoebn Gross, Lot 7.". in Stratford. (Mcl'herson st. bet English ave and I'., C, C. & St. L. Railroad) 130 M Elizabeth Ryan, by auditor of Marfori county, to I'hoebe Gross, Dots 5. 6 anl 7. Dlock 3. lllbbard & Collett's 2d ad (Francis st, bet North and Orchard sts) Q- Henry J. Kantrowitz et al to Iouis New berger, Lots 22 and 7ö, H. R. Allen's Highland Place. (Shepard ave. bt lith and 21st sts.) I.ts 4. 5, C. 7 and parts of Lots 3 and S. Caven & Roek vrvod'a East Woodlawn add of Dlock 1. ( English ave. near State ave.) Lots 7 to 10. inclusive. Max's mih. ton Park ave and 10th st) Charles Lacy to Levi S. Pierson. Lot'. Arthur V. Drown's South Meridian-st add. (Meridian st. bet Repent and Raymond sts.) Lot HS, Clark's 3d add to Wen Indianapolis. (Dirch ave, bet Oliver ave and Henry st) Mary J. Porter to Droad Ripple Trac tion Co., part of the s w "i of Sec' 12. Tn lß. R 3. ( WahlnirtOn lnn-nhlnl 4,(H.O0 5.000.C0 1.00 Iona Dawson to Droad Ripple Traction Co., part of the f. e of Sec 12, Tp 16. R 3. (Washington township).-. Ira M. Crouch to Droad Ripple Traction Co.. part or tho s e ' of See 12, Tp 1;. It 3. (Washington township) Wm. H. KTtpeter to Frederick Stabel rock. Ix.t 4.. Spann & Co.'s 1st Wood lawn add. (Spann ave, bet Shelby and Olive sis) Geo. W. Seibert to James S. Cruse, m-Vim! te. Dot 4SI and 6 fe e side of Lot 4S Fletcher ct al.'s sub of Outlets 94. etc! (Huron st, bet Virginia ave and Noble st) James S. Cruse, trustee, to George w. Seib'-rt. Lot 4SI and 0 ft e. side of Lot 4). Fletcher et al.'f sub of Outlots i4. etc. (Huron st. bet Virginia ave and Noble sti Broad Ulppl? Traction Co. to Mary'lV Clark, pt cf the s e ; of Sec 12. Tp 10, R X. (Washington township) Broad Ripple Traction Co. to Jacob S Mustard et ux.. part of the n e 1; of Sc 12. Tp 16. R 3. (Washington town ship) Mary I). Clark to Droad Rlpplo Traction Co.. part of the s e 'i of Sec 12. Tp K R 3. (Washington township) Jacob S. Mutanl to Itroul Rlppl- Trac. tlon Co.. part of the n e 4 of Sc 12 Tp 16. K 3. (Vahlngton township-)...! Andrew J. Arpl'gate to Harry J. Mllll gan. Lot? h, st p anj cij ft w tnrJ f f I-ot 11. Carlisle'. Kiihi nf T.rtt 1 . 1.00 1.00 1.223.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.0) 1.0) t 3'.iot,''i; 147: ,5-VT,,t, '"hlnitn st.) 16,000.00 I .-. 1 it-iron iu iiaiiot' itcy et ux L')ts 1 and 2. Vandertran. Wol'f Saril dcrs's sub of lta I. 2 and 3. Klock 1 Martindale's s add. (Shelby st, bet Aoollav sve and Pro..pect st) 5.000.00 . in. . r.iii., iip wiinifi lOOiIJKoflntZ Lots 1 and P. Dhck 10, Tuxedo Park (Colorado ave, bet New York and .Micnigan si-; 400-00 Transfers. 2S; total consideration $41,533. r Hulldins: Permit. May L. Mendell, frame cottage, northeast cor ner Twenty-fourth street and Sherman avenue Cost. i;. Ignatz Gerold, repairs, C23 Meek street; cost HT.ry Llrp. rebuildir.ff. 11C6 South Senate ave nitf.' f'ilit S.itO William Katr.enlierser. frame dwelling, Oxford Pireti; ecu. i, . Patrick oat er.--, frame dwelling, corner De 1- M.trlon L Cu:.iminn, fiame house, 234 Sheldon Pi reel , - ., u Lmg-Knight Lember Comjiany, shed, 1523 Lew is -tr et ; t"st. S-.". L. S. Piers. .a. thn-e dwellings. Rin'coll avenue ccs-t. Ji1'' a Ii. Kate Gallagher, repairs; 320 GooJlett avenue w! J. Möoie. tarn. Ruth' and Wahlngton Ftrei-is; r m. t-w. Mrs. Alice E. M in ze? heim r. frame dwelling North IMavvare strett; ci.st, $2, ;. The bill npproprlatlnpr $l.x).(i0 for the Lou'.slan.i I'urchasc worlds Fair at St Louis, with Senate amendments lncoruorat- lr;er a: ernerfrency clause making the montv available at once, passed the Missouri House yesterday. The bill now goe&. to the Uovernor lor ma signature. LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS CATTLE C'nI'It ALLY ACTIVF., MILL ING AT A 11 OCT STI2AI1 V l!UCi:M. 1 1 ok" Aetlve nnd Two nnd n llnlf tn Five Cent II I her Sheep Sternly Condition of Other Market. I'NION STOCKYARDS. INDIANAPOLIS. March 3. Receijts. h-a 1: hl.ij"--. r t . fair. The receipts of tattle .nt:ri rather small, and. although thre l. no r ally urgent demand for the class tdng marketed, the suiplles are being tak n at quclably Meady prices. In fact, there was a little steadier feel ing In the market for the Letter grads to-day. Thus far this werk no cattle j;ool enough to t'-t the full strength of the market have Leen re ceived, and, 0 course, it is a quest kn what the top would Le. Sales to-day included 1.2'2-'.b cattle that were considered very gxd at $'.2S, with l.SC-O-lb steers at $j and Texas steer aver aging less than 1,000 lbs at $4. ST.. The top price reported for heifers was $4.23 anl for cows $3.s;. The calf market was about 2jc lower. Quota tions: Good to prime steers, 1.20 lbs and upward $..0CG Fair to medium steers, 1,2."') lbs and upward 4. .(( r.f0 Oood to choice 1,15' to 1.3i0-Ib steers.. 4.4f 't La) Fair to medium 1, 150 to l.ao-U steers.. 4.1"u 4.:) Medium to good in)J to 1. loo-lb steers.. Z.ut 4.40 Good to choice feeding steers '.. 3 . it 4.40 Common to good stockers 3.2-V i.i Good to choice heifers 3.7."y 4..V Fair to medium heifers 3.r:.(i 3.1.0 Common lijht heifers 3. :( 2.2. tiood to choice cows 3.0)'a 4. Fair to medium cows 3.i"ir S..J Common old cows l.7v'u 2.7; Vtfcl calves ';j .'0 Heavy calves 3..V"r S. Prin to fancy exjHjrt bulls S.Xj 4.2." Good to choice butcher bulls 3.2iy 3."i Common to fair bulls 2.'j 3. 01 Good to choice cows and calves 3i.Vi ,'.i. ) Common to medium cows and calves. . 15. uvy 20. (?) Ho;'!) Receipts. 3.0-V,; i-hlpments. l.l. Another small supply of hogs was received and the quality wn unimproved, the offerings b -hig principally light and light mixed grades, and quit a number were unfinished. A few good heavy hogs, however, weie represented. The market opened with a good Inquiry from ship pers, and th?y led buying at an advance of from 2'c to 5c In prices. The gain was prin cipally on the good weights, and the discrimina tion against the lighter weights made a wider range in prices than for some time past. A good clearance was made and the market closed steady at the advance. Sales were from $Ö.C2,2 to JÄ.73 and were largely above $..(iö. Quotations: Good to choice medium and heavy.. ..$'. "iri7. 7. Mixed and heavy jacklnu ...6' '(:.7'j Good to choice lightweights r.C '5.70 Common to fair lightweights &.C it Z.i'ö Common to good pig 4.;ej 3.e;i4 Roughs .X'(u 5.T.J Sheep Receipts, S00; shipments. 20'. The sheep and lamb market was active, with all bwvi'M in tit liehi. an.- sales were usually i.t steady prices, compared with those current the !ast few days. Lamb were quoted as high as ;f.23 and culls tu Id as low is $2.73. Good to choice sheep sold at $3.75 to $4. The market closed steady at opening prices. Quotations: Good to choice lambs f). 03.40 Common to medium lambs 3.r"S4..o (iood to choice sheep 3. '", 4..i Common to medium sheep 2.2.''i3.00 Rucks, per 100 lbs 2.Wti3.2i TrniiMnctloiiN nt the IiilcrMnlc Ynrds. INTERSTATE STOCKYARDS. INDIANAPO LIS, March 13. Cattle-Receipts, 2 head; Fhlp ments, none. The quality was fair. The market was steady at unchanged prices. The demand was fair for all grades, particularly for the bet ter class of butcher stock. Trado rul-d quiet and all were sold early, closing eaty. Quotations: flood to choice steers. l.S.'.O to 1.4.10 lbs.. jr.. Hif :..:.0 Fair to me.llum steers. 1.2.o to 1.400 ns 4.. .f. t.. Govl to prime butcher steers, 1,10 to 1 r.( Ilm 4 ".".Tr R.73 Fair to good heifers, JKK) to 1.1CO lbs a.7iif 4.23 Ulgnt stockers 1 .. GHd to choice heifers 4. Kit 4.23 Common to fair heifers 2.7.ii 3.23 Gxd to trlme cows l.?rf l.eu Fair to gool cows 1.73'u 2.M Good to choice light veuls i.2l(,t 6. Good to heavy veals 3.0r.i i.'M ;.40.t to holce fat hulls 2. 5. fa :.) Ccmmon to fair fat bulls 2. ".' 3. on Good to choice cows and calves 2..:''. ..n.mi Common to medium cows and calveH..2.6i:'. .o Hogs Receljds 330 head; shipments. 32. The quality was generally fair, iing ma.ie oi mixta grades. The matket openei suong an.i nr.nrr, with ih loi 1W of thn Kales nt i..7.. the extreme ranite being $3.63 to ?..7.V The few on sale hold readily, as orders were liberal, causing a strong demand for an gra;es. ine tiohing was hkhi. Quotations: Gone to choice heaVT $3.70 tTi .1 . 7." Good to choice mlxd ;.o ii .. j Fair to choice light .- .. Pair tn i?ro.l Dlira 3. ö5.til Fair to goo1 roughs 4.73 53.30 v. .. .. l).Ati,t. ntimlnfll' w li 1 t im int. non. . i ir . j ' . . v v j , .v.. .. , ..... .. - . Tl.. Ilirtit niT.ltr nTrri1 w. A Moon noli! nt Ktaiv prices. The quality was only fair. The closing was steady with an sou. Quotation: r.ivu! to choice lamb $...flAi 3.40 r-ommon to fair lambs 3.2314.5) Good to choice sheen 2.30CU3.O0 Stockers ana reeaers ..v;u lracks. Der 100 lbs 2.5t'lf3.u0 . it .....t h.i llorneii. UNION STOCKYARDS, INDIANAPOLIS. March 13. The first sale tinier the management of the newly incortorated stock company, known as the rialr-Daker Horse Company, was held to-day and was a very satisfactory event. Only .1,1 a Ki..,i nt hore nvri rwclvcil for the CI L " . I. W 'J . ' . . - v. " " ..... - ... . sale, ajtalnst 3)0 the tame time last week and over 4)0 the corresponding day a year ago. The arrivals were principally meuiums to gou enunKs and driving noises, or just mt- mna wkiuc-i i ,vi iima ami with irtirent (lemjnil from all buy ers the trading was active and strong prices pre- .... i n.AU Valien; in iacx, mer wa. u. mur .nr- puni-itu i n chma fr1 thAti i?(iual kin Is a w--k IH'itVUW v. ... . - airo There waa an abpenoe if top nor. in thc-lr - . i , a i class, and no extreme puces were reporter, imi a cood kind of draft hori-es wold around Jl;. with harness norses as nign as -'.i. una inc uuin oi the sales of drivers and farm chunks were at $73 to $12j per head. Kluewlicre. CHICAGO. March 13. Cattle Receipts, 19,0. including 70 Texans. Choice steers steuly; others weak to 10c lower; butchers' st ck stady; Texans steady. Gr.ol to prime steers, ; i.:"t ; imUjT to medium. wiickth an-i ieeuers. choice stronc. others stealy. at $2.H"''i 4 c,o ; cows. f fio-j.i ?.:! heifers steady to strong for cheie' at $2!t3Sf l!70; canners strong at $l.li 2.0 1; bulls steaoy ai li.t'.iM.io; -ai-. ,i', .v.. Kecrs, $44.!t3; Texas grass steers, $3.331; ta hull?. $2.301 3.73. lj0K,p;;ceii.t3 to-day. 30, et; to-morrow. 22.-tJ- estimated; left over. 1.4-W. Market opened a shade higher: closed weak. Tp, $".73; mixed and butchers. $..42'..': i.7: gooo to cnoice neavy. $: f-nj 5.70; rough heavy, $.V43'i r.."; light. $'..42'.'u a bulk of sales. $3.33i3.(21. Sheep Receipts, IS.Om. Sheep slow to lric lower; lambs and yearlings steady. Good to choice wethers. ?4.V"4.N; lair to cnoice mixe.j. $4'4.30; Westfrn heep. $4.40 4. i; Texas she.-. yearlings. $4.73'fl "; native lambs, $1.303.23; Wertem lambs. $.-''j.".G3. KANSAS CITY. March Il-Cattl--Rerelpts. n Vxi natives. 1.2 0 Texans and 70 calves. Stx V.ers and feeders easy; best native and Texas steer strong; cows and hirers urong to pc nignr. Native beef steers. $4.3 'al.Cj; stockers nnd feeI er $1"f4-: Western fed steers. $I.2.Vi.1.; Texas and Indian steers. $3.'.o'(j 4. SO: cows, $3.Uii 4.23; heifers. $3.23fj4.."; cannrs, 2.'iZ; bulls, $3.2.'i!.L: calv. s, $4'U. Hozs Receipts. 11. Xf. Market I1-..'.'.? higher. Top. $3.C2'; bulk of sah, $'.43''i 3.37',; heavy, $3 50i 5.C2V5; mixM packers, $3.433-57'.; liKht, $3.33(i3.30; plgf. $4.V"i3.3. yhepHPceliits. !.). Market VUz higher. Western lambs. $3Ti3.2": We.tern wi thers. $1.2" 4.70; Western yearlings, $4.403; ewe s. $ J.73'.i i.Z); culls. $2.7.'a3.3i'. NHW YOP.hT, March 11 P.feves-KecHpts, 1 S.'3. Steers firm to a shade higher; cowm Meady; bulls easier. Steers. $4 .V -j i.2."; exen. $2 2."'ä4' bulls. $33.50; cows. J.üj.u. tables slow but steady. Shipments, 3.4u quarters cf tP4f f . Calves Receipts. 1.7t0. Market active and veals 23c to c higher. Veals. $17.3"; ehie, $7.73; little calves, $J.''ri3.73; barnyard calves. si :.' s. 75. Shep and Lambs Receipts. t.6V. Sheep Arm; lambs JOc higher. Sheep. $17. 3; culls, $J';3.3.; lambs. $3.&j'i'.lo; culls. 4f4j.. Hogs Receipts, 4,4'S. Market steady. Quotation--, $3.1..23. ST. LOUIS. March 13. Cattle Receipts. 2.1A Ircluiilng l."0 Texans. Market steady. Native shipping and export steers. $1.1 lf 3.7'; dressed beef and butchers steers. J41i..2; steers un-W l,f,0 Ibh, $3.j'i4.!:0: stockers nnd fe:-.l-rs. $2.?..'. tp4.C3; cows anl he;rer, J2l:4.v.: .-anners, $1.2. 2 43: bulls. $3.2'i4; Texas and Indian ne?rs. $3.3 Ij 1.33; cows and heifers. I2.43h2.33. HoLA Receipts. 7..V0; market V- hlirher; p!gs and lights. J...r:...C2,3; racker?, $..c'ri -.t; butchers. $3.3. t3.37'a. Sheep Receipts. l.O'-O; market steady; native muttons. $4.2."J.C0; lambs. $4.Cfi3.23; eptir.g lambs. $7.30; culls and burke. ?...."! 4. SOUTH OMAHA. March 13-Cattb R-ceipts. 3,7jj. Market active and strong. Native b.-f eers. ti't'.Tt. 40 - Wehtern steers, f t.T''y 1 .".; Texas steers $-p3.; cows and heifers. $XP''4.23; calves. tl.l'':ll. Hoes Receipts. S.V'O. Mirk, t "c higher. Heavy. $3.4 3. 33; mixed. $3.42';'3.43; light. $3. t' ?:. 43. Sheep Receipts. 1. . Market active and ste.-dy. Yearlings. $1 ' 4. : wethers. $.2.. 4.S3; ewes. $ 1. .'- 4. 1T; laii.ji. X(.jj.1. FAST Dl'FFALO. N. Y.. Mar.-h 13.-Re.-eJ; t Cattle. S2 tars- sheep and l..mbs. 4i cars; h-.gs. 15 crs. Shipment" Cattle, i.2 tars; t-Ii-p and lamb". 14 ears; h : cms. Cattle Fair demand; calves, t hoh e t. extra, $6.73'i 7. Sheep Choice limbs of han.lv weight. $3.23' ,.0; Sheep, cnoice in Piir;i. Ji . l.i. Hog Heavy. $3.':.f 3.H7' ..; pli;. $3. JO. CINCINNATI. March 13. Hog Market active, strong. $4.4viio.?w. Cattle Market steady, $2.2:4.s3. Sheep Market firm, higher, $-10 4. 13; Uznbs, COKE! COKE Lump and Crushed.... FOR SALE THE INDIANAPOLIS GAS CO. CIH CATION Ai. rrf llPITfCCO C0LLEG f u oirs r-oo FtemaalJZim Fac st rUc. T- iv'.. Um. iirwr I h.i n nv !.r lmc' n.aa sk hooi in this State. Second larl In the world. Investigate. SAWS AM) S1ILL St I'l'Lli;. B. C. ATKINS & CO. Saws Manufacturers end lie- pairers ot all kunu or uu.ee mil Jertr. pout n ri-u uiiuui InlianaolU. 1ml. A 1170 IS1-.LI iriCi ana & A VV Ö EMERY WHEELS SPECIALTIES OF W. B. Barry Saw and Supply Co. 132 F. l'EXX. ST. All kln3s of Faws rertlrt.1. Aioicii: WINONA ASSEMBLY STOCK Now Available. Get It While It Lasts Absolutely Safe. Runs 7 Years. 5 Per Cent. Guaranteed. No Taxes. Winona Assembly, Winona Like. Indiana. The original issue of I1W.0K) stock has beso sold. A sTonJ issue of $1'.(-1 stork has h?n au thorized, and $41. of the same tn sola. Nonassessable anl nontaxable. Call on cr write to S. C. DICKEY. General Manager Winona Ass-mtly and Summer HchooL li. nniiajK.ll vn-.cs. SM Stevenson bulldlnic. Ths. Hare, Chlcaco; John il. Studitker, South Lend; Alexander McDonald, Cincinnati, ttustees for stx.k; American Trust and Saving! Hank. Chicago, trustee for Ponds. IMIYSICIAXS. DR. J. D. KIKKI'ATKICK DUeaes of Women and tho Lectum. P1U cured hy his safe and easy method. No dteatloa froJSj biiilr.es!. Ottlce, 31 Last Ohio. On CZ. I. FLI'TCHCR DF.SIDrNCr-l"23 North Pennsylvania street. (.TlCi:-7i;i South Meridian ylrvii. Ort c- Hours it to 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. : 7 t t p m. Telephones Ofhce. :J7; reldence, 427. We Must Always...- Pro Or Fall Behind. All advertisers want a grow ing medium. ma tt ti i lie journal Is seventy-seven years old and is still growing". Just now we push the little want ad. If tbat property doesn't sell or you want a trade, advertise it in Sun day's Journal. Classified Ads. 5c a Line. UAILIIOAD TIMH CARD. . M.time Is in HLACK l'.cure.- l rains niark.e4 thus: Daily. H.eeper. P Parlor Vnr, O Chair Car, 1 DmitiK Car.t Kxcept bunday. IMG FOUK KOUTE. Cttyllcket Office, No. 1 lv- Washington siU I'cpark Arrlrew CLEVnLAND LIN 11 Andersen accorv.rnodsticm 6.4 2.&0 I'nion City scce inmoJaiioii "4.5 9.2$ Cleveland, New Ol t fe Lwton.fi ..4ü 10.44 Cleveland. New York fc Uoston mail.. 8 t.Z New York and Ito.tou limited, d s..2.fi5 3.1 If N Y&Boi -Knie-kerl !vker."d n HM 1L1 r.KNTUN JIAKCOR LINK r.enton Hatbor express 8 Renton Harbor express, p 11.11 Ii. 35 Warsaw accommodation 4JDJ &2S hT. LOUIS LINK. St louls accommodation 33 n.35 St. Lotus eouthwektern. lim. d Ml. 41 6.10 St. Louis limited, d s S-ÜÄ 2.JO Terre Raule A. Mattoon accom JVOt t.t St. Louis express, s Ml.fcO UJ ClIJCAtil- I.lTtf. Lfnyette accommodation 7.4 l afayctto acconnnudation A 1 5 n 45 10 41 2 4( bll ,1 4'hicoKo fast mail, d v !! 4 Chicago. White City special, d p 3.3 Chicairo nisht eipres. m 12.05 CINCINNATI UAK. Cincinnati express. 9t.4 I1.4a Cincinnati express, s 4.1J 'll.ua t incinnati accommodation 71 Cmcirnati accoinniodatlon 10 M II I Ciiiciut.sti express, p H.i.O 3.-" Cree ntburr sccomniCHlation n.mt ivt Cincinnati. Washington i 1 ex. a d...0.2O 11. M N. v srnon Tind Ioiiilleei.i "Hi "Ai. N. Veruon and Louisville et 8.ÄO 11M l'KOl'U LINK. Teoria, Bloomlnrton m and ti 7.2J .441 Pee.na and Itieoininton I et, d p ....11 V) 'H UH Chainpsign nccommotation, p d 4.1U 10 4 l eortasnd r.iocmmgtcn ex. s Il.oiF wt.mt sPUINdl IF.LD AND COLUJdliUs LINK. C'oiiitnbus and ispringfttld ex 6.4.. jo.33 hio special, d p - I) mi accommodation Q.15 13.14 CIN 11AM. & DAYTON RY. City Ticket Office. 25 W. Wash. St. Cincinnati expret-i sc. ..4.1" It Cincinnati fast man. s...i 21 e vi Cm. and Dayton ex, p. ,t!0 4i 10.3.1 T.eda and If trnii fiproBS.p ...MUS 10.34 Cincinnati and Uaytou ex. p t..T "il 41 Cincinnati and layton limited, p d..4.43 13.23. Citiriruiati and Day ton ejpres 7. 2 "."C5 Toledo and Detroit exir- Tl. CHI- '.M). LOUIS. RY. lcWet OClce. 24 West Wash. 81 Cm c uight ex.s..n.M so 4 ST twou Clnci-o l.t mall, s. p d 7.w Chicago tiprcis. p ö U V) Chicago Teat.bul. P d t3.33 Uoaon accom 14.04 LAKE r.KIK & iVlTLUN H. IL Toledo. Chicana and Michigan ex il.oa lfl 2i Toledo. Detroi and Clucaro. Ilm..l( t0 13 5 Munrie. Lafay'te and La ports apec.t7.XO MO.'4i INDIANA. DIXAlLlt A UiATKKS IVY. 4ecatur tnd St. Ioula ma.tl soJ ei....M l -.4 40 Chicaro cipres. p J tll .V) '.4M Totcoiit Bccoinmoda'L'.on.... Decatur lt tel. Louu la-t ex. ..3 45 11Ö4J .11. lO 4UJ Ticket offices at ataiioa and at corner J Minora ana Wa.twnf Wwa bUeeia. (ll&ennsulvanialrings. ' ! TrULJ t j UutM ro. Pei adelr :a and New York ' U tlmnoir atl Vnhinr:on S Cvlumbus. Ind. at. ! Louisville M 1 KichtDoiiä anl Coijmbui, O t7 14 l'.qua end Coltunl iis. U tT.li I'cii.iiii'iiit ni..i lii.".':ii: -.d t'.li ColuinPuo.. Ind.t Madiiun (-uti. only) 7 "M Colun'.tu. I iid. and Louisville s.0i Vorn ii and Madi u M artiiikv il e an.l Viiicvnncs. ..,....... i Davion mid Xcnll 12. P.tiebiirff mu Ka.t " Li(Ktiiort and c'l:. ar 11.2 .itarii1 i!! fli'f i ' mt: f I : i n n ' 1 ..tO k !i,ünM.own and ltK'hniond tl ."l I !;i..Vit n:u and Newr N r " l..iltiii- ro at'd AkH.nxtou 3 . Dr.yteti and l-jr.i.i;UeiO 3 05 fprmtleid 3.4." i ...ui it'Ut. Ina. an-1 Mrdin 3 J-' Col ii tn l.u. lud tul Iau. iI.d . ' M ni mi v.l:e and itueune 1-4 Hi I'liVfoiirc 3iu Kat tlJ I i. I l.Tii e : p:ut and New "j orx ""t.lO l-iiyieii mi Nema 7. lei M.irtiifvii. a.ru'iH'iDlst.-'! " 4J C.-iun:tui. Did. and Lo'ii.-rllie tf.10 l.onport and Chii-ai-i AN DALI. V L1NL. Terra Haute, L Looi and We.i C-U 'lerr Haul and t. Louis aocoiu 7.i ierre Haute, tel. Louit and Weei...,lS.ia Western Kxpres 3.3U Terra Haut aud LCiugham aco ....4.O0 lerre Haut and tew Louis last uiaii.'T .ou t- Louu sniltu i'oiuu Wtii llJiO (10.10 Tl'.3l I2.i; 3! A Ü 1,0 d 41 8 lO 13.411 16 4U .. 4M 4IO.30 3 31 3 ü& 12 11 MS.IU 1 1J G 3J 1J.A ii ty fu . U w tj 11 7.415 T.oj U Jt Tt.Si 4 4 11 1. 2 gress