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THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUFSDAY, APRIL 23, 1901.
JOlTtALS IUSINKSS 1)1 it r.CVORY.
AOLNTrf INDIANAPOLIS JOl'RNAL
Wm. L. Rle. :".'-, Wctt ?.:;:hTin Mrect. Tele
r hones: Uli, new, 1.1.. Territory west of
New No. 141 Ma.. a v . .'. Del. rd. Tel. SU.
Mantels anu gratis
T. M. riTKSLLL. (Mante!?. Furnaces).
V. H. LOCK WOOD, r-arn-.hict cr any general
ftformatlon free ct chars.
ll EST AU RAN TS
STE'.MKIER PROS.. Oyster and Chop House.
Id N. Illinois st.
Both phones. VA.
BALK AND LIVERV STALLES
HORACE WOOD (CarriaK. Trapf. Turk
boards, etc.) 2iOrcIe,TeI. V..
NEW HOME OFFICE. All mkes repaired.
12i Virginia avenue. Phone, eld 21731. New o.0.
THE PEERLESS FOUNDRY. 710 Meek it.
Old phone 2 on VÜ.-'tS. Ntw 1 2.
H. C. STEVENS. New Style Wall raper.
Lew prices. 9 JO N. Senate ave. T L2 oa
FUNERAL 1I RECTO KS
V N. Delaware st. Tel. 411. Lady attendant.
TUTEWILER &. SON.
Lr.ertak.r. 1. W. Market St. Tel. 215.
FLANNER & RUCHAN AN (Licenced
en?almen.) Can fhlp diphtheria and
acnrlel fever. Lady embalmer for
ladies and children. 32-. North Hd
njiJ street. Telephone 6(1. new and old.
Ldd 2U. "I?. E. KREUELO. " New
211 N. Delaware St.
Co'leire avenue ami Sixteenth street.
AüAMsl KRILGEP.-No. lö'J N. Illinol- street.
Lady attendant. Loth 'phonts. 1E4.
MONUMENTS-Indiana rr.irble find zranlto
work5. HI N. Delaware. M phone -'J.
M'tMrMENTS Onsjinal and artistic work. M.
II. FAERELL. 211 YY. Wash St.. opposite
ion sali: vr.mci.r.s.
FOR SALE New and second hand vehicles.
tmsrry top, canory top, Fprln? wagons and
huztcy bodies; wheels, thaftb. pole, cushions,
backs, dasher., fendem and springs. Call at i-3
S. Rllnc: st. M. iL UEYER.
i) 1 1 : li.
DAY Rev. Thoma Iiy. at hi home. L'MO On -tral
averu. Saturday. April 2". Ud. aped
r.mety-two yers three and one-half month".
Ft neral servil Tütday. April 2H. at !::,') a. in.
Frlen.1i Invited. LiiirUl private. No flowers.
FILVLEF: At In'Ji.mij'oUs Ar.ü!, April T2.
11. ChnrNs ShalT. jr.. on f Maj-.T l'harKi
Khler. Ordnarr-e Uiailmnt. C. S. Army, and
tti late Mura Mitchell Shlr. Kumral serv
ices at th Arttr.&l on Wedr.es.lay, A;t11 21, at
1) o't-'lock a. m. Interment privat1.
fcHARPE Tt funeral of Ebfnwtr Sharp" will
te hild at the i-ume of his brother-in-law. JI.
11. lUnr.a. Jil North Pennsylvania street. Tacs-
iy morning:, at l'):.0 'cluck. Frfltnd are in
vited. Durtal private.
LOANS Mftney on mortjajej. C. F. 8AYLES.
127 East Market treet.
FINANCIAL -Flrst-rriortKg loan on Im
proved Indianapolis rroirty; lowest rates;
trlvilee of prepayment. SI'ANN & CO.. 143
T'lNANCIALLcans on city or farm property in
Indiana. t, rr cent. NO COMMISSION.
&Ioney rfdy. C. K. WILLIAMS CO..
- - " -
new conimoolous bulldinc for ÜKht manufac
turing purpos-. with power. Abundance of stor
age room. Firrt-cla? shtpplni; facilities. Pri
vate R. R. siding. PoseMun given Immediate
ly. Addrejw MERCHANT, care Commercial
Club, Indianapolis, lnd.
KOIl !i:T IIOUSKS.
TO LET Fee list at 121 E. Market; crouni
floor. OKECIOKT A APfEL
IO LET Manufacturing building, with power;
best location in the city. Apply L'RVCES
i OR RENT tiee me for hardwood floors before
you have your work done. C. THOMAS, -273
FOR RENT In private- family, two nice unfur-
ntihed or furnished rocin, with bathroom
privileges; fourteen uares north. Address 2W,
l'ÜK RENTV ry-att räc tKe'fiati ; Tilg h-c la siTap
polntmenti; rent includes everything except
lighting. 17.50. fiS.M. The Holland. 'JZ1 Massa
chusett av. OHAS. S. LEWIS. 3 Ingalls bid.
W A X T KU 31 1 SC i: L L A M2 O I' H.
WANTED N hardwooi tloor like mine;
union laid; ee roe. C. THOMAS. 2l'ui N. Ala-
WANTED Call on u fur expert nervlce to re
pair vour gra engine-. Old phone MON
ARC1I Ad ENGINE CO.. K. New York at. and
l;elt R. R.
Van t e i a c m e paper and fresco
CLEANERS. Tinting a ppcialty. Can b
flon. over old paper. HENRY TAYIOU. 447
Massachusetts avenue. New Phone, old,
WÄNTRt The i-ullea of Indiana polla to vieit
DR. CELIA M DONALD. 114 iStevenxon build-
Injf. Her specialty is treatment for facial blem
ishes, birth marks, mole, nuperlluous hair, plg
irniattons; a. lesson In educational hygien
given with each treatment: nia.-ag by all best
modes; manual, electrical and Swedish; Dr.
McDonald ba.i had lare eanatorium practice.
NOTICE Eye examined free at CIllCAC.O OP
TICAL CO., ll'J V. (Jhio st.
KtvriCE UAHAZiNKS loun.l; is". N. Meridian
tt. J. NANlvERVIS 4 .son.
5-oriCE Highst priv for cast-off clothing.
Send postal. SAAt LEI so WITZ. i'V E. Wash. Kt.
JTtliCE CalT at V.F. M ENNlNti and inspect
his spring line of suiting:, curner of Virginia
v. and Eust t.
Kol ICE Month of April Is the time to file
mortgage exemption afl'davits; only '2Zc each.
lioOTII. Notary'. 7lLaw buildlnp.
ÖTICE Have the leul in the tin an.l jlat.
work of jour house repaired by JCSEPiI
CtA RDN EIL 3'JKentuckya ve. Telephonejl...
All a irrrtlsements Inserted In these columns
are charred at very low rate of i cent a line.
No additional charge per line for blank or dash
lines. Telephone -- and your ad will be called
Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of
the In 11-m.ipc-ln Water Ci-mpany
From Ai-r:l I. 1av. t April 1. ld.
Capital to.K l-O.OCO.oo
Hon is l.WiO.O-w.w
Mater rate Private consuniptlcn IILI.Ti'j.OO
C!l of In llanapolls Fire protection.
Town of Woodruff Place Fire Protec
JRents of water power, tenements and
ice leases 7,SC6.i)
Current ex rf r.se printing, advertising.
Stationery, gu, telephone tent, tele
grjpidr.;. reia;rs to meters, traveling
epnee. In!ert, real rtate. tiulld-
m-. nn-tro' ton. poetnn. etc f ;.!... 51
V-lniies of oltU'eri an I emi-Ioje- jr.i.fcj
ef .r ird wat-r rate, leal, top boe,
uater I'U'ts an-1 iatr. branch eai-t-ir.C'.
a!rs an 1 tUun; nl hydrant
iimi-tr. -I .-j artfnent-was fuel, ic i.
te!"pl.r. rent, parking, oil. to.il,
teil estate, r'alr.-, water rlcMs. etc. 16.ES.3l
Gallery tatlo:! was, ful. g.is, tel.
eihtie lent, pHiklr.g. od. frelIit,
coal. plp- I'.ttlng-. etc 23.4r...,
C anal I p.-ittn.-nt w , lumber,
bliW';iKiiii.(j. Iianlwan-, ete 1'J.S1
Street diar:nient wa-e. t.ij-. freir.t,
oil. coal, tackle. l.oie-, etc... 7.751 H
F. A W, DAVIS. Vl.-e Pteident.
MILTON A. MimitfH. fie.-retarr.
r'nl if l-.'l;at -1. M rl- n County. .-.
Eefu- ine, Frark C. J-r lan. a notirT public
1 i and fr mi I e-.intv, lni 11th d.-.y 'f April.
J - i. ani- F. A. W. lvl. Vice l're-.irnt, and
i. A Morris, ee-irtry of the In ll.inarMjlls
Water Company, snl un-!-r i ah .itcliiei the
cov rtatfinet.r to he correct nn-1 true, accord
Irg ti ttulr Lelief and kr.nu .lte.
FRANU C. JORDAN.
N- iary Public.
(tf eo-rnil-on expires I'e'.riiuiv 4. rj.
' " otici:.
The IUKrd .f Traxtee cf the. 'enti.il Indiana
Slomdial for Insane will receive tteal-d irMfala
tir.til Friday. April Ze. at P a. m., for furni.hln?
full Iir.v of huppllea for th rn.ntb of May,
Refiulmtiuii bo;k will on file at Room 4.
f-iatet-vui-, Dorn and after Monday, April ;,
tWiL liy Crdtr of Lioari of Trustee..
rou sale hi: ai estatk.
RCAL ESTATE K a'T; level; on ro.ld;
Imuso, barn and IO1) acr under cultivation;
rr-i.-t La ...,. bv June I. 1 1. Cash aril time.
;i;. W. SHAFFER. Noith Vernon. Ind.
rou vli: im i.llam.oi s.
FR SALE All kind vin-s. t-hade and fruit
tr.es. i:i:i:k.u;t. 7 e. ohio t.
FOR SALL-Tle Automatic "fcha le Company.
The only exclusive window thade house in
cltv. . IVrnf rnk" Arrade.
Foil SALE Wf make wood ani metal patterns;
Xi rt mechanics; r.:prlr e.-juir merit ; prompt
rvlce. Oil 'phone MONARCH OAS EN
ULM. CO.. E. New York and Holt R. R.
STORAGE Ckan?t hu In citv; pie- us a
call; -.th phones. MER1DIAN-ST. STORAGE
c ., ; ;h South.
Si'uRAGE Will" cct"your" Roods "free If stored
with us four months. Porn Transfer and Stor
ac Co.. 21S E. Market. Either phone. 213.
STORAGE The" Union" Transfer ani Storage
Company, corner East Ohio trrct an 1 IUe-
lin tracks; only first-cla toraRc üoüelted.
CRATING AND PACKING OK HOUSEHOLD
GOODS A SPECIALTY-.
STOVKS AM ItKl-AIllS.
STOVE REPAIRS Stove repair and tin shop.
SJi Virginia a v. New 'phono 2l.i.
STOVES MODEL " STEEL RANGES AND
stoves. Quick Meal steel rar.jres and gasoline
R'Xids. HOME STOVE CO.. I'J S. Meridian Bt.
IVA . T II I M ALU HC L I.
WANTED Men to learn Larber trade. Wt tea h
th- work in two months, donate tools, inelud
beard ;ind pay $1J weekly wh-n -onipetent. Also
fc'ive oppfjrtunlty f.f Saturday and Sunday waee
while ifarnin;. Our special olTtr j: i until M.iy
l'tli. Make application i-r mail. MoLEIt HAR
DER C LLEtiE. Chi'-ago, III.
SECOND-HAND boilers, engines and machinery.
THE SENSITIVE MACHINE SUPPLY CO..
i2 Massachusetts ave.
I pot u. M. lep't. Jeffcr.sonville. Ind., March
2'J. 11. Sealed proposals. In dpu.lk.-ate, will !
received here until 10 o dock a. m. tOntral
Standard Time-). April 21, ld, for tho wile of
flannel cuttings an-i miseellam-ous materials. All
Informutlon furuixhed on applU-ation. The rijht
reserved to reject or accept any or all proposals
or any part tnereof. Envelopes containing pro
posals should Lh marke.1 ,J'roi'0!al.- for Pur
chase of CuttlrK?." nn I addressed to the under-
sigtiMd. C. R. HARNETT. Deputy Q. M. General.
uEroT. y. M. DEPT.. Jeffersonvllle, Ind.. April
11. 1W1. Sealed iroposals. In triplicate, will
be received hre until 10 o'clock a. m. (central
standard time), April 2i. lXd. for the quick de
livery at Jeff er?onv 111? depot .f fifty im
proved Dougherty sprin wa?on.. H1U will b-j
t-r.tertalned fr the Jeipiry of these wagons at
other points than Jeffersonvllle. The acceptance
of o.Ters to be determined by the cost tf thj
vehlclea and relative cost of transportation from
point or delivery to either New ork or San
Francisco, tri? right l.ng re.rved to rej-'ct or
accept any or all proposals or any part thereof
Detail. etc.. furnished on application. En
velopes containing proposals to be marked "I'ro-
;osai! for Improved Dougherty siring Wagons,
and addret-eU to C. It. HARNETT, Deputy g.
BICYCLES W. O. Wood, bicycle repairing;
surgical instruments repaired. 12) Virginia av.
UICYCI.ES If you want one of the highest
grade, well known, new laoi flush joint M-
cyiles made lor only f 11. . anü want U on Tre
ten days' trial before paying one cent, cut this
notice out and mall to SEARS. IIOEBL'CK &
CO., Chicago, 111., for frte bicyclo catalog and
II EM OVAL.
REMOVAL Will move on April 22 from 3S S.
Pennsylvania st. to 33 and 35 Kentucky ev..
where I will be pleased to meet my patrons and
piitlic. All work will receive my personal atten
tion. OEOROE SADL1EK. Hernertmer.
CO PI!-: It SM ITHS.
COPPERSMITHS Wm. Lnnsscnkamp, copper
smith. Jacket and candy kettle, colls, soda
fountains; also dealer in eheet copper and bras.
ieiaware and Ueorgia. Tel. 121.
1 1 AT IlK.OVATORS.
HAVE your hats cleaned, pressed and styles
cbanged. UK fUY the hatter, 212 E. New York.
iiAhaAbr--Dr. horesis new rariai mafsag
roller, tz. i. HEAHNE, 63S S. Delaware st.
PAINTING Indianapolis House Palntlrjr Co. will
save you money. ROGER, 6.6 N. Alabama.
BARGAINS. HOFFMAN c ROUSE.
103 North Illinois Street.
IICGS AND CARPUTS.
CARPETS thoroughly cleaned, 75c room. Capi
tol Carpet Cleaning Works. Doth phones S13.
DENTISTRY Scientific dentistry: thirty years
experience. S. F. EAEHART. 1V Washington
street. Call and get prices.
FOR SALE Gas and gasoline engines, l'i to 100-
horse piw.r. MONARCH GAS ENGINE CO..
E. New xork ana Reil Li. iL
IMMA.VWOLIS fc I.NCi:.M.S RAIL
ROAD CCM PAW.
Indianapolls. Ind., Aprlt l.V 1901.
The annual nie ting of stockholders of the In-
diai.upoll Vincennes Railroad Company will
be hld at the principal ottlce of the company, in
the city or Indianapolis, ina., on
THE RS DA , MAY f. 1501,
at 2 o'clock p. m., for the election of seven direc
tor- to nerve for the ensuing year, and the trans
action of such other buniiie.H as may properly
Come be for. the tneetiiig.
S. R. LIGGETT. Secretary.
MTICi: OP FIRST MKI.T1M. OF
In the DUtrlct Court of the United State for
th- District of Indiana. In bankruptcy.
In the matter r John Jordan, bankrupt.
No. Mi?, in bankruptcy.
To the creditor of John Jordan, of Indianapolis,
in th County of Marlon, and district ufore-
ald. a bankrupt
Notice is hereby Riven that on the PUh day of
April. A. D. l.d, the said John Jordan was duly
ailjuoicaieo uanMUii, miki mm me nrsi meet
Itik of his creditors will te held at Room ölt. In
diana Trut buildlrg. No. 117 East Washington
street. In th city of indUnaioll, Marion eountv.
Indiana, on the. Irt day of May, A. D. 1SH)1. at
S o'clock in the forenoon, at which time the
said creditors may attend, prove their claims.
ccnirt befcre tald meeting
Referee In Uankruptcy.
Indianapolls. Ind.. April 2. 11.
Ilevenne Cutter for Cnlver.
Word was received at the Governor's of
fice yesterday tnat in accordance with a
: commendation made some time ago by
Governor Durban and Col. A. I'. Fleet,
superintendent of Culver Military Acad
emy, that Institution has been allowed the;
us of a government revenue cutter to be
converted into a training ship.
Cliurle Sluilrr, Jr., Dent!.
Charles Shaler. Jr., son of MaJ. Charles
Shahr. commandant at the United States
arsenal, died yesterday of consumption. He
had been an Invalid for a long time. He
was a young man of much promise and had
done creditable newspaper work. The fu
iv ral will occur at the arsenal at It) o'clock
The Cnll ff Spring.
Melt, melt, white fields, and let the fred streams
R.tweep. ui;r tanks or s:-...w;
And may young L- e"s henrt find
An an.t-r to his mind
In exery hud that swell and leave that grow.
Enfold, ye cloud-set kl-s of softest blue!
And call the lol t through
The earth that aN It un;
Release Its lucent cup
Fi-. in Hps thst with dull s-ents Its wine Imbrue
Great Rorej: nay thy strong-winged blasts this
For unio Joy I iM.rn
A hil l, a bloh-M-iu frail:
Tlf May t'ower. timid. jmI.
That, wc-ie it not for hope, would be forlorn.
I : thy palace shine, proud Winter! cold.
Ice buttressed, tOWet.- Iwld,
Cut what a. iHinx 1-- hie
To ?reet the waklhS yar;
A sttani'-f piping on a llule of gold.
Juhn fc'iuart Thompson.
THE EEL RIVER ROAD
ji dm: nitovM.i:i: has onm;m;i it
mild o j im: io.
Imlinimpoli AHnrney Return from
Knkoiiif I). II. liirtinM DeciMion
YYn1a!i ItnniF 1)1 iTcren t inl.
Attorney Jonfr.il Taylor, John T. Dye
and C. i:. Barrett returned, last nipht. from
Kokomn, where they went to take part in
the famous Kol River Railroad case, which
was up avain ye.-tcnlay. The attorney gen
eral was there to represent the State. The
case came up on the motion of the Stale
for an order providing for the sale of the
road and its franchises, pursuant to a de
cree of forfeiture heretofore obtained In
John T. Dye and C. KV Ilarrett repre
sented the old stockholders. Shirley & Kirk-
patrick and Reil & Rurdum, Kokomo law
firms, represented the receiver. Judge
Rrownlec, of th Howard Circuit Court,
ordered the road sold on June 10. The "up--et"
price was fixed at $l,tto,0oo. A cash de
posit of $ön,000 must he made by the bid-
tiers. Receiver Rudricll was ordered to
make the sale at the frelghthouse of the
road, at Logansport. The original stock
holders filed and proved all of the RUOO.Ow)
of outstanding stock. The road has no
bonds and no debt.. The rolling stock, now
in possession of the Wabash road, was not
included in the order of sale, for the reason
that much of it is worn out and it would
be impossible to make an Inventory of tae
equipment with sufficient accuracy to sell
it. The receiver will proceed to recover the
equipment or damages for its detention
Attorneys from Logansport and Lafay
ette yesterday riled claims for attorneys
fees aggregating $W,uUü. Wintield. Dykeman
ci Tabor, of Logansport, alone Lied claims
aggregating more than, $.10,00) for services
alleged to have been rendered the State at
the instance of the prosecuting attorney of
Cass county. These claims are set down for
issue on Monday next. It is announced that
the old stockholders and receiver, as weil
as the attorney general, will contest the
validity of the claims for attorneys' fees.
It Is uncertain who will buy the road at the
approaching sale, although it is said the
probable bidders will be t lie s abash and
Pennsylvania systems. The road Is one
hundred miles long and extends from Lo
gansport to Rutler. Over this line the Wa
bash Itailway Company runs all of Its
transcontinental trains. Much Interest has
been aroused In this case, because It Is the
first in the history of the railroads of the
State where the franchises of a road have
been forfeited to the State for failure to
perform its duties and operate its fran
chises. (Jroat Demnml for Bridget.
No fewer than seventy bridges, varying
In length from thirty feet to one hundred
feet hive heer. rpnulltlnned from a Mew I
ieet, nave oeen requisitioned irom a xnw i
ions, uuuse coiupauj, ur laniuau u?c in
Cuba. This contract will mean the employ
ment of over five thousand tons of ma
terial. A bridge 1,270 feet long has been or
dered for the Oreat Northern Railway
Company's extension into Canada, which
work Is being carrier! out by a Toronto
Arm. This structure will be built over the
Rainy river, it will consist of four ap
proach spans of two hundred feet each and
a draw span of 476 feet In lenarth. The value
of the contract is about J200,u)0. A Yladuct,
comprising four spans of 105 feet each and
two spans of forty feet each, has also'
been ordered. The Quebec & Lake St. John
Railway Company is to be furnished with a
forty-? ve-foot plate girder, three spans of
sixty feet each and two spans of sixty-five
feet each. The same bridge company ha
taken contracts for about one hundred
portable steel houses, for shipment to
Venezuela, where such structures, It is
said, lind a ready market In view of the
frequent earthquakes. These Bteel houses.
which are one stories and weigh about
twenty tons each, are said to be further in
demand because of the lack of timber In
The Walt nah Differential.
An official of the Wabash line says the
item in the Journal of the 16th, stating, in
effect, that the Wabash wa claiming a
differential on business from transriver
points to New York is misleading. He
claims that the simple facts in the case
are these: The rate from Kansas City to
New York, via the New York Central or
Pennsylvania (Including: the Wabash) is
&50. The rate by all other lines (Including
the Wabash , viz.. the Erie, the lacka-
wanna, the West Shore, the Lehigh Valley
and the lt., W. & O. and O. & W.. is $y.0ö.
He says this was made necessary by the
Chicago A: Alton establishing this rate
$1.0."V from Kansas City (via llloomlngton)
to New lorK. J he Wabash has the short
line, which is to its advantage, and the
Chicago it Alton and other lines, the of-
liclal says, wants to establish differentials
and compel the Wabash to charge excess
fare on that account. And thU the Wa
bash refuses to do.
A Clinnre for Trouble.
There appears to be a small opening for
trouble among the Northwestern lines. The
six lines between Chicago and St. Paul
have been working under an agreement
which forbids any one of the roads oper
ating a passenger train between the two
cities on less than a thlrtecn-hour Fched-
ule. It is charged that the Milwaukee &
Ht. Paul, the Northwestern and the Bur
lington have violated this agreement by
running mail trains on a ten-hour sched
ule and carrying Pullman sleepers, which
virtually makes them passenger trains.
The roads that have no mail-carrying con
tracts are not able to compete with this
service and one of the so-called weak lines,
It Is said, has given the offenders olilcial
I notice mat unless this sharp practice is
abandoned all association ties will hu cut
and a rate war inaugurated. Such a pro-
ceeunig woum demoralize the whole busi-
ness, and the struggle once begun there is
no telling when or wheie it would stop.
Il River Hitllrnnd Snlr.
Judge Hrownlee, of Howard Superior
Court, has confirmed a former order di-
rectlng the sale of the FJel River ihiimmi
uunc io m-Ai, ni in 1 1 eig ui nouse or Hie
road at Logansport. It will be sold by Re
ceiver Ruddell. of Kokomo. The estimated
value of the road is nearly two millions.
The line extends from Logansport to But
ler, a distance of ninety miles, and has
been operated by the abash system as
a part of Its Detroit division. The State
declared the lease illegal, and the charter
was forfeited. The probablo bidders for
the Kel River Road are the Wabash and
Pennsylvania systems. The case has been
in the courts for nine years. Claims were
filed by attorneys, for fees, aggregating
Arbiter Mnrtln'n DccUlon.
D. B. Martin, manager of the passenger
traffic of the Baltimore & Ohio, who was
chosen to arbitrate the dispute over the
Akron route differential, rendered his de
cision in favor of the Pennsylvanla-Krie
combination. The announcement was made
yesterday through Commissioner Donald,
of the Central Passenger Association, and
was received by General Passenger Agent
L. A. Ford, of the Pennsylvania lines, at
Pittsburg yesterday afternoon. The de
cision of Mr. .Martin in t 111-; matter brings
to an end a dispute that ha been of de
cided Interest and Importance to lines in
terested in the Soutnwestern territory.
Personal, I.oen! iiml General Antra.
A. FJ. Martin, traveling passenger agent
of the Burlington (headquarters at Cincin
nati), was in the city yesterday.
Frank Wilson, chief clerk to Superin
tendent Van Winkle, of the Big Four, has
gone to Mineral Springs to recuperate.
S. D. Kramer, superintendent of the
Lima division of the Lake L'rie it Western,
has resigned to go Into other business.
Cleveland is again making a strong ef
fort to secure the location of the head
quarters of the Order of Railway Conduc
tors in that city.
General Superintendent Peck, of the
Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburtf, und
General Superintendent Tompkins, of the
Peoria Pckin Union, were in the city
In the first two months of the current
fiscal year the Missouri Pacific has gained
J7i,im in net earning. If this rate is kept
up the company will be able to show about
15 per cent, earned for the year.
The storm which marked the close of last
week had a paralyzing effect on railway
business eastward from Columbus. Three
feet of snow obstructed the Panhandle
tracks from Newark to Rittsburg.
A bill is pending In the lower house of
the Tennessee Legislature, having passed
the Senate, making the long-and-short-haul
clause of the state law mandatory instead
of discretionary with the state railway
The Erie's nc-w passenger train, to leave
Chicago at 10:JO a. m. and make the run
to New York in twenty-nine hours, will
be put on June 1. It will go via James
town to Ruffalo, thence to New York via
The directors of the Missouri Pacific
Railroad yesterday authorized an Increase
of $.WVW in the capital stock, making
the total authorized issue $K0.öiin.(M). A
stockholders' meeting will be held shortly
to ratify this action
The officials of the Baltimore & Ohio,
the NIckle-plate. the Hocking Valley and
the Toledo-& Ohio Central met at Fostoria.
().. last Friday and decided to put in an
electrical interlocking switch system east
of that place at a cost of J.'o.ooo.
A prominent railway official has expressed
the opinion that if the effort to effect a
combination of locomotive manufacturing
Interests is successful it will result in mak
ing American locomotives uniform in char
acter and permit of their construction at a
The New York Commercial believes, from
what it can learn from people who are
known to be posted, that in the near fu
ture the Missouri Pacific system will be
extended so as to take in all the Western
and Southwestern lines controlled by the
The C, II. & D. trains are running in
anil out of their Cincinnati depot at Sixlh
and Iiaymlller streets without interruption
from high water. Only once, in IsM, was
this road seriously troubled with Hoods,
and then the trouble was surmounted by
laying three tracks, one on top of the
A. II. Carleton. lately connected with the
Union Pacific freight ofiice at -Omaha, has
been appointed traveling agent for that
. i i . i . i . . . . . ..i vr.
rai, Wim iieauquai icr s iu v.iucii.iiaii. jio
will direct attention to southern Indiana,
Kentucky and Tennessee, while business in
Ohio and northern Indiana will be looked
after Jiy Lyon Liston.
The special train carrying A. J. ("assail
(president of the Pennsylvania) and party,
who are on their way east from Mexico,
left East St. Louis at 9 a. m. j-esterday,
ran to Terre Haute without stop and ar
rived at the Union Station here about 3 n.
m., coming in as second to train No. I'O.
The party were all well.
A Marietta, O.. dispatch says th Penn
sylvania Railroad Company has bought of
the Ohio Hridge and Ferry Company its
franchise for the construction of a bridge
over the Ohio at that point, and that It will
build the bridge and extend its llns into
the West Virginia coal fields, thus giving a
direct shipment route to Cleveland.
Railroads in Western and Northwestern
territory and the big lake transportation
eompanies have entered into close traflic
relations with reference to summer tourist
buglness. As a result tha public will here
after have between fifteen and twenty new
routes over which summer tourist rates
will apply and the optional routes will be
The passenger department of the Bur-
Hngton, Cedar Rapids & Northern Railway
naa iued a handsome booklet. profuVely
... -i,,. unlri t ,ir on t
me OKODojlo, delightful summer reports in
northwestern Iowa. Spirit Lake has an al
titude of 1,418 feet above sea level, and is a
pot well worthy the attention of those
seeking a pleasant summer outing.
The New York Central & Hudson River
Railroad has established a new checking
aystem for personal baggage which will be
of great convenience to the traveling pub
lic. By the new system baggage may be
checked through from principal stations
on the line to any hotel, residence or dock
In New York city, relieving the owner from
the trouble of looking after it at the New
York station. This is done for a uniform
charge of 50 cents to pay for. transfer.
With the outgoing of the Hill Interests
and the incoming of the Pennsylvania hold
ings in the Baltimore & Ohio it is stated
that William M. Greene, general manager
of th B. & O.. will go back into the ex
ecutive department of the parent road as
second vice president, whllo Thomas Fltz-
reirald will become general manager. These
changes are consequent on the reitrement
of Vic President and General Manager Un
derwood to take the presidency of the Erie.
A little over a year ago the Baltimore
& Ohio management voted an expenditure
of between JIj.OOu.OOO and ,J3o,0tO.0ifl for Im
provement of its roadway ajid equipment.
It has now decided to appropriate $10,000.000
more for the same purpose, making an ex
penditure f about l0.noj),oo0 for betterment
and equipment an expenditure unprece
dented in railroad history. The additional
equipment will include 100 locomotives, 4,000
steel gondola cars. 2,500 box cars. Eteel
hoppers and 500 flat cars.
Canada has 17.S24 miles of railway in
operation and about l.OOo mile additional
In course of construction. Much of the
new ' road will pass through undeveloped
territory, and, like much of the mileage
in operation, could not have been built
without liberal government subsidies. The
Dominion government has since the begin
ning of railroad development In that coun
try made grants to the several lines aggre
gating $151,161.423.48. besides contributions
to the amount of S1.:W1.472.11 for mainte
nance and operation of government roads.
n addition to this vast sum liberal aid
has Len extended from 'time to time by
the provincial governments.
The Kansas State Charter Board yester
day had presented to it the largest c harter
proposition In Its history wnen a. i.. Wil
liams, general attorney ror me union pa
cific Railroad Company, came in with an
application to increase the capital stock
of the Union Paciilc SIOO.QO).. The Union
Pacific's cauital stock at present is ?!'.
000.000. The lino.Ouo.C-'o additional tnat is
about to be Issued, bringing the total capi
tal ftock up to $lvAoo0.0oü. is to pay for the
Interests bought up in the big deals that
have been going on this spring, a large part
of which Is represented by the purchase
of the Crocker interest In the Southern
Pacific, giving the Union I'acihc control of
the Southern. The fee for tiling tiie docu
ment was $10.2oo. and it is the bigßebt ever
received by the State.
ANOTHER RECORD MADE.
(CONCLUDED FROM PAfSB SEVEN.)
ralls, $4ft5 per box. Darb wire, -.alvanuec.
S...5; painted, $3.10.
Iron nnd Steel.
Ear iron. l.Mc; horseshoe bar, IMUZc. nail rod.
7c: plow slsbi. 4. too: American catt steel, affile;
tire steel, 3tf3'.c; spring steel. 4', .Tic.
Linseed, raw. 61c per al: linseed oil. boiled.
62c pr gal; coal oil. leal test. Vfif l'.c; bank.
471J.tOc; beet straits. iOc; Labrador. kc; Wwt
half bris, 3c per Kal extra
Produce, Fruit nud VeKetnble.
Pineapple $2. r.O pvr dog.
Pananas-Per bunch. No. 1. $1.7:32; No. 2. $1.23
Orange California navels, $2.i033; seedling.
lemors Messina, fancy. 3 to box, $3a3-2d
California lemons. 2.7.'.'u:l.
Asparagus ljrge bunch. 4
Potatoes- 11.35 per brl: H'iil.'.c per bu; Ve extra
charge for euch birrel or bac.
Sweet Potatoes Illinois, $2.2..ö2.&0; Kentucky,
Cabbase Holland seel. $1.5.) per IM Ri.
Celery Florida celery, JOcnll per dox.
Yellow onions $1.7 per bu.
Onion Sets Yellow. 1 1. 2.1 'u 1. 00 per bu; white,
$2.2.1 per bu; top i-e?. $1..V per bu.
lioney ,fw white, l.c per U: dark. Iic.
Cocoanut yoc dcx; per tag. $J.i).
Parsnti-s--7Pc per bu: $2 Kr brl for best; un
Radishes vii2.1o per doz bunches.
Green Onions Home grown. :i Uo. 2".c.
Rhubarb Home grow n. '.'"'jMc . r o- z.
Spinach 1.25 per brl.
Kale 75ctill per brl.
Lettuce Wj H .- per lb.
Cucumbers $1.2i 'a 1.50 per doz.
Tomatoes JOc per basket.
Carrots 60c per bu.
New ReetH j.te j.er doz bunches.
Green Peas-12.7.. i-er
Turnips II per trl; 3"c per bu for washed.
Straw berries aP'tvc qt.
Cranberries -Jersey. J2 25 rr bu.
Apples Ra!dw In. $J 75 per brl; Rusetts. $1
per brl; Ren Davis. T2.1.
Hams Sugar cured. 15 loa average, ll'-.ff 12'.c;
12 os uverag". l.ul.'V'-
Lard-Kettle rendered. 10 V; pure lard. 9Tc.
Pork Dc-an. clear. $ls.",i; rump. fl.l.Vi.
Raccn Clear sides. to 0 lbs average. lO'.e;
30 to 40 lbs average. I'J1.:; 2 to 3") lbs average.
p)c- clear bellies. 2'. to 31 lb- aveme. l.)fs-; !s
to 22 lbs average. l"tc; 14 to 1 lbs average, HVic;
Clear backs, 2) to ?0 lbs average, loc; 12 to li lbs
amge. lOUc; 6 to D lbs average, Lc. In dry
salt 'c less.
Shoulders 11 lbs average. 9Uc; 10 to 12 lbs av
Clover, cilice, prime. $717.0; Errllih. choice.
r7..0; alslke. choice. $7nS; alfalfa. cluice.
I jcy; crimscn or scarlet clover. $itj6; timothy.
: . " -- " r.:.Jj
Smw -w ' --j - i ,--------- II i- n ll ' , ' ,
i --i lis-. A'r - . - -. . ' V .
ymm Jul vLlliViUljb
,'-i-; - V ' J
4 lbs. prime. J2.30v5 2.40: strictly prime. S2.20
2.2"i; choice, $2.152.20; fancy Kentucky, 24 lbs,
Sl.-i'; extra clean, 6u75c; orchard grass, extra,
$l.i1.75: red top. choice. 8(V-0$1.76; English
bluegrats, 4 lbs, J-"f2.50; German millet, 75c4J
$1.25; Western German millet, 90c$l; common
SALF.S OF ltFJAL ESTATE.
Twenty-Flve Transfer Mnde Matter
of Record Yesterday.
Instruments filed for record In the recorder's
office- of Marion county, Indiana, for the twenty
four hours ending at 5 p. m. April 22, 1901. as
furnished by the Indiana Title Guaranty and
Lean Company, No. 129 East Market street. Both
James E. Twlname to Clara M. Mitchell.
Lot li. Twlname a 1st add. (Ringgold
ave. bet I'almor st and Cottage ave)... $500.00
Indianapolis Land and Improvement Co.
to Carrie Pierson and husband. Lot 243,
2d sftetion West Park. (Addison st.
bet Washington and Ohio sts) 400.00
Erni E. Turner to Thomas J. Hamilton,
U.t 3. Block 51. BrUhtwood. (26th st,
bet Hope and Foundry sts) 45.00
Luelnda, 11. SUacey to Sanford II. Koss
et tix., Lots 22 and 23. Smith & Pur
cell's sub of Lots 8 and 9. Jones's sub.
23d st, near Hackville st) 500.00
Hannah Raftety to Margaret C. Orainb
llng. Lots 219, Jackson Tark. (Sheldon
bt. bet 221 and 2.'id sts) 1.00
AVm. Malsoll to Wm. F. Malsoll, Lot 4.
M. F.. Downle's 2d cub of Outlot 102.
(East st. near Warsaw st) 2,000.00"
Joeeph M. Sherer ct al. to Adam V.
hlie-rer. Lot 22, Yohn, administrator's,
sub of Outlot 127. (Wen n, ner
Norwood st.) Also, Ix)t 9, Yandes'a
Bub of east part of Outlot ISO. Corner
V'e?t and Abbott st.) Also, lot V.
Yandes's sub of east rart of outlot
13"). (West st, near Abbott ft.) Also.
Lot 61. Yandex's sub cf east part of
Outlot 130. (Abbott st, near West st.)
Also, 20 ft e side of Lot 7, Yandes'
sub of r part of Outlot 130. (Abbott
st. neir West si ) Also, Ixd .13. Yan- -des's
sub of part of Outlot 1.1. .
i Sand Et, nrar Rose st.) Also, Lot
Yande sub of e part of Outlot 130.
(Corner Merrill and Rose sts.) Also.
Lot 8, Drake & Ruell's sub of P. & I.
R. R. Co. 's add. (Morris st, near
Margaret Swisher to Joseph H. AVrlght,
Lot 82, J. IL Clark's 3d add to West
Indianapolis. (Warren st, bet Oliver
ave an.l Henry st) 1. 400.00
May P. Connaty to Thomas Chancy et
ux.. Lot 1!. Connaty' s 2d add. (Lemcke
ave. pear Maryland st) 400.00
Joslah 1. Cory et al. to Win. T. Cory,
part of the w s of the s e i of See
Tp 17. R S 1)3 50-KJO acre. (Law
rence township) 1.00
Geo. F. Merryman to Frank M. Van
slckle, part of the w of the n e 'i
of Sec 2J. Tp b'. It 41) acre. (Warren
New York Investment Co. to Rille Fi.
Nv?e wander. Lot 218. Dr. Martin's
New York add. (New .org st, near
Harry M. Walker to Harriet K. Walker,
Lot 1. Walker et ai. s fmo oi io;s i io
Ü, Waldron's Centra 1-ave add. (Corner
Central ave and IMh st)
Ovid R. Jameson ct al. to ..leaner (1.
Johnson, lot 1. Allen & Roofs n add.
(Alabama st, near 17th st)
Edward Johnson to Fttle Rbner, Lot 4.
(Joodlet Ai Thornton's pub of part of
Rlock 21. Holmes' a w est end add.
(Tremont ave, bet Calvelage and l'Hh
Indianapolis Land and Improvement i'o.
to I,uise M. Foster, I-d 2.:r, 2-1 Fectlon
West i'ark. (Addison st, bet Washing
toll and Ohio Ms)
Adam W. Sherer et a I. to John L.
Sharer. Lot 12. Wienand' sub o Lots
1 to 6. Si !2. (Kentucky ave, near
South st.) Also, Lot CK Simon Yan
des nub of e part of Outlot 13). (Ab
lvtt rl. near West st.) lAit 27, M
Kernan S: Pierce's sub of part of C)ut
lot 12S. (Chadwick td. near McCarty
st.) Lit 13. Mc-Carty's l.th west hide
4 in. oo
add. (Arbor ave, bet Ray and McCar
ty am. ) Lot 14. Mccarty's 3d west
hide add. (Nordke st. near York st.)
Part of Iot Rradfhaw & Ibdmes's
nub r.f part of Outlot 1'). (Rradshaw
Kt. nar Wright st.) Part of It 51,
(ireer v Water's "üb of part of Out
lot li'o. (Wyoming st, mar Virginia
ave.) Southeast part of Lot 3.r.0 and
n w of Lot 3.11, Fb tcher et al.'s -uh
of Outlots S, etc. I i lonbt'ook f. near
Cedar st.) L-t 3. Ketcham Place add.
(Warman ave, near Michigan st) .
Jer.nette A. Craig to John Lovett. Lit
1 and h of Iot 2. and Lot .1, (I d
let Scut's llauijhxllle sub 2,W).'Q
John Lovett to Kltzabeth t'ralg. Lit 1,
s of Lot 2 and Lot 31, same h above. 2.000.W
Fred W. Koe liert to Laura Koechert.
Lot 4. In Merrill's sub of Outlots pij
an-l l"t. (Delaware ht, bet McCatty
and Merrill sts) 1.00
Max D. KoechTt anJ wife to Fred W.
Koechcrt. Lt 4. In Merrill' s-uh of
Outlots M and bi. (Delaware st, bet
MeCurty and Merrill sts l.C0
Ljtila Uillman to Anna K. Rasnr et
ux.. undivided of part of Lot 11,
Norwood's M-ib of Outlots 122 and 121.
i Illinois et. near McCarty st 100.00
So) Ida Uillman, guardian, to PJdward
K. Reamer et ux., unlivi.lel S of part
of Lot 11. Norwood's fuh of Outlots 122
and 121. ( Illinois st. Hear McCarty st). 3"0.00
Interstate Lullding. Lan and Savimrn
Association to Carl Cameron. Lt (t,
l!bee A- Ptatt's l(-t west side add.
(Standard ave, n-ar Klver ave 175. i1-)
Call Cameron to Cbnrle! 1. Royer, Lot
41. P.be A
Pnitt m( side ald.
neur River ave)...
Tranfrs, 2.1; total con?Iloratlon I7,4y.CO
Henry I'fe.terer. fr.ime htr-relioufe and dwell-
l-iir. !outhvet ferner t f Merhlian an. I Itejtcr.t
Miller, nd llll. n to frame dwelüne. muth-
coiner Capitol aeiiue and Twentieth ftreet,
F. W. P-ran-lt, double fr.ime dwelling, corner
Pratt arid O.ik tret'. U.4 hi.
L. Ma.ier, t -air.-. 121 North i:a-t Mreet, 11"'
W. A. r.iriKlTii. frame kitchen. 1122 Ka.-l Pratt
Anton Schmi-lt. frame loitriRe. NaK.leon Mreel,
near Ueeilier. $275.
(1. W. Raxter, reimlrs, ird Olive street. f).
J. R. Raxter, frame dwelling, 1,111 Harlan
Joseph TtiKirart, brick oen, 22 North New
Jersey street. li.V.
Ros-e A. Miner, retuli. f(5 Pro-pe.-t atreet. o).
Luelnda. Jchrison, riyalr?, LMht ircct.
SEVERIN & CO., Distributers, Indianapolis, Ind.
IT IS NOT SAFE
To trust fine linen and underwear to cheap, experi
mental laundries and wash houses. Our experience
of forty years is a guarantee of the quality of work.
PURE TOBACCO AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP IN
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PATTON BROS., Sole Distributers, 104 South Meridian St.
Marshall's Famous Street Urchin Quartette, Winona Winter, Hanks Winter, fiwljrgett and
Clark, Derenda and Rreen, Weston and Yost, Davenport Rros. RioKraph.
Every Afternoon Prices, 10 and 25 cents. Every Night Prices, 10, i'.j and ft) cent.
To-M?ht, ToMorrow Afternoon and Night
Wm. A. Brady's complete production of the
Way Down East'
(The sweetest story ever told)
By Lottie Rlalr Parker; elaborated by Jos. R.
Prices Night: $1, 75e, Hoc, 2Zc; matinee, 7.0,
Saturday, April 27, Matinee and Night
In Goldsmith's Immortal comedy
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER
Prices 25c to $1.50. Sale of seats opens to-day.
PARK-To-Day 5 2:
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In their latent bis; success
SHOOTING Oil UTKS
Thursday Lincoln J. Carter's "Down MoMle."
Everything for Housekeeping
OoenJx or Credit.
The Reliable Furniture and Carpet Co.
32, 34, 36 SOUTH ILLINOIS STREET
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Columbia May 2 I A. Victoria May 3
F. RiBmarck May Columbia May 3J
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PlHiuiicIa April 2i I Walderce May 4
Patricia April 27 I Batavla May 11
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Glass, Paints, Oil, Lead, Enamel,
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I liiladclphia Telegraph.
Two extraordinary hands of whist wer
played on board n Houth African Hteainer
recently. In the iirst. after the e.irils had
been duly shutlled and cut. each plaver re
ceived a full muR. A held all the hearts. II
the diamonds, C the clubs and I) fhu
HptulfK. On playlns; the next hand with an
other pack C and I) won all thirteen tricks.
It was an ordinary gumo played for ordi
nary Htakes. and wan. in fart, a bona II do
whist phenomenon. The odds agalnn a
f layer holding the thirteen trump vr
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