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TITE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1901
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Guaranteed 4 per cent Gold Bonds
Payable in New York, in U. S. Gold.
The temporary disturbance in European money markets,
caused by the South African war and troubles in China, has pre
sented an unusual opportunity to American investors to obtain
foreign securities much below their intrinsic value and nominal
For a limited time we can o-fTer the above bonds at par and
interest, but reserve the right to advance the price without notice.
FARSON, LEAChf & CO.
NO Dearborn St., CHICAGO. 35 Nassau St., NEW YORK.
Indiana subscriptions received by
THE INDIANA TRUST CO. - - - - INDIANAPOLIS. IND.
Indiana National Bank
Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $930,000
J'llS II A M
PAFFi DEPOSIT VAULTS.
.VOLNRT T. MA I.OTT. FreM 1 rt.
KDW. I.. MclCRK. Vic President.
KlWARl u. FUUTRR. Cashier.
A. M. FLETCHER
Transacts a general banking business.
Receives deposits subject to draft. Divi
dends collected and remitted. Acts ns fis
cal agent for corporations and negotiates
fecurity issues of railroads and other com
panies. Deals in Government Bonds aud other
Accounts of Banks, Bankers,
Corporations and Individuals
The great Co-operative Mining Asso
ciation of Colorado, a TRUST composed
of 3,000 small stockholders, scattered
all over the Union, mamged by men oi
hiU character and exceptionable abil-1
ity, owning and developing extensive i
and valuable properties in Boulder,
Clear Creek and San Juan counties.
ii you warn, io icnow more aoout it,
send me vour address and I will mail
(you theüold Nugget one year free.
I OR AN rKRRY.
PVice Pres't Iis rive" Co., B
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ft Old Telephone I -,.. 3
S. A. F LETCH H! & CO.'S
SSatifc DopONit Vault
2C Hunt 'Vuih r.Ktou Street.
Absolute safetv against Ore ai.d burplar. Po
liceman day and night on guar!. I warned for
safe keeping of Money, lion.'s. Wlllj. Deed. Ab
stracts. Silver FUte. Jewels nt aluatl
Trunks, Package, ttc. Contains 2.1','J boxes.
Ilent o to Per Yur.
JOII S. TAIIKI.C.TO. Maunder.
A me lltI j,
1 Tout on.
F A. ROGERS OO
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
503-505 Stevenson Bldg.
rnst direct wire to N. Y. Merk Kxehnnire.
Pride of Arizona"
Ulli 1'itjr 1)1 -Iilnl In April.
inO,fi) Shurt-s ftr sale at j-r r.
risn will buy 10 hbnr".
fU't lor prospvetu.
-7 Liw lulUllnB', Inulanaitull:;.
Old i'hono l-.M.l
MONEY to o?6
Lor.J tpor fmprovel fltv rroprty, srantlnj
r rmll.m to mke partUl ; ay iru ru. lnterrst
graded Acvrd!rc to location unJ charactt-r oC
MCurttjr. J"o JUr.
C F. JbAYLLj, 127 an ilarket StrccU
(The 'Big Five5!
Department for Ladies, j
Both Phones No 22 for customers' use
1129 Law Building.
OFFICES: Indiana Trust Building
CAPITAL 7 $1,000.000
Liability of Stockholders S1.COO.000
Total Security for Deports $2,C0),C00
We pay 3 per cent, interest upon
Savings Deposits, which may be
made at any time and in any sum
from $1 to $5,000.
You arc not required to deposit
at staged times nor in regular
No deductions are made when
deposits are withdrawn.
CHAS. FINLEY SMITH & CO.
105 rionument Place,
'Send us your name and address
and wc will, from time to time,
mail you list of securities for sale
THE UNION TRUST CO.
OFFICES Nos. IIS and 122 (Company's
Building) Fast Market Street.
Transacts every character of fiduciary
business that can be carried on by an in
dividual or a trust and financial corpora
tion. Acts as executor, administrator,
trustee, guardian, receiver, upignee, etc.,
in any part of the State.
Acts ns tlnaiicl.il agents for railway and
other corporations, cities and counties, in
the negotiation of securities or loans. At
torneys britiRing trusts to this company
ylll be employed ns the attorney for the
company in connection therewith.
Loans money upon first-class collateral,
but does not discount commercial paper or
do a general banking business.
HENRY EITKL. President.
JOHN II. HOLLIDAY, Vice President.
HOWAIlD M. FOLTZ. Treasurer.
CHARLES S. M-UKIDi:. Secretary.
A. A. Iarne.
C. H. Ilrownell,
S. A. Culbertson.
Thomas C. Day,
II nry Eitel,
I. C. Elston.
John II. Holllday.
Volney T. Malott,
i:'iv.ird E. McKee,
Sam E. Rauh.
I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
I ndla im Tnut t o Stock.
India iMtnolm I- Ire lnuritre Stok.
l aw ltuildlnir tork
IiitlUnapolU Street fly. Co., 4.
Hell K. It. Common Murk.
Cnion Trartlon Hon tin.
New York, Chlrui;o Local Stocks
NKWTON' TOiil), Stock and ltond Hroke
CrlVHte Win. Inhalt Klork.
HW8 AMI 31 II. I, t'IM'LIKS.
ü. C. ATKINS & CO.
i rc Snws
rairer of all kinds of
OtJlc n I JrOi tj, oitli rinl 111! i s:
CL Mid KLTIN and
3A H Z3 EMERY WHEELS
W. B. Barry Saw and Supply Co.
r .' S I'KNN. ST. All kind of Saw- r-t-mr.-i
H. T. HEaRSI-V VEHICLE CO.
"on riu: cntcLt:
Slate Af-nt for the Famous
' Jzocomobilo ' '--
The Original strnm Carriage.
ANOTHER RECORD MADE
STOCK TRANSACTIONS FAR AllOVi:
TIISi: II I.AST 1'ItIDAY.
Cenernl Tendency of tlio Market,
However, IViiw Downwn nl ConiU
tloiiN In Lwnl Trade Circle.
At New York, yesterday, money on call
was steady at Zi 3 per cent.; last loans,
4; ruling rate. 4 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, Aii per cent.
Sterling exchange was strong, with act
ual business in bankers bills at H.SSU for
demand and SLSö'tfH.KU for sixty days;
posted rates, i.$5i.&??4.&$ and com
mercial bills, H.StTj 4.843.
Silver certificates were nominally COc;
bar Mlver, fiüäc: Mexican dollars. AV2c.
Rar silver, at London, closed strong at
2Sd an ounce.
The extraordinary activity of the specu
lation is "witnessed by the record of the
aggregate sales of the day, which arose
again to 2,2,f0 shares, compared with the
previous record, on Friday, of 2.193.400
shares. The character of the market
showed a marked change from that of the
latter part of last week, when the tendency
was distinctively upward throughout the
li.t. There was great variety in the specu
lation, und extreme irregularity; In the
movement of prices all day, and there was
a resumption of the feverish tone which
had broken In on the present extended
advance in price at various times. It was
obvious that there was heavy profit-taking
going on In stocks which have showed the
greatest strength recently, but the bulls
had the situation fairly well in hand
through the early part of the day, and
the process of shifting the speculation
from one set of stocks to another, which
has gone on in 'constant succession all
through the period of tho rise, seemed to
be going on in a normal manner. The
weight of the profit-taking became so for
midable, and the violent manipulation of
special stocks by which It was sought to
sustain prices became so palpable that the
heart made a powerful concerted attack
on the market In the final lour. They
offered prices down by rapid steps with
out meeting any effective support, taking
the market away from the bulls, who were
eagerly taking their profits. The relapse
from the high point was very violent In
stocks, and the level of the whole market
was carried well under Saturday's. The
violence of the decline ln$itet some quick
profit-taking by the bears, whose covering
demand caused a few sharp rallies, but the
general market was weak at the close.
Except for the slump In Amalgamated
Copper, at the opening, the market started
off with every appearance of a continuance
In full swing of last week's active specu
lation for the rise. Jains of 1 to V,'2 on in
itial purchases of from 1.00 to l..0oo shares
were shown by a number of the lending
active stocks, including St. Paul. Union
Pacific, Missouri Pacific and Pennsylvania,
find Southern Pacific was rushed up 21
The bulls sought to make capital of the
advertised invitation for subscriptions to
the new Rritlsh consol issue, as arguing
confidence by bankers in the future plenty
of money, but the sharp rise In sterling ex
change rates. In response to the large sub
scriptions said by the bankers having them
in charge to be received for the loan, de
tracted from the force of this argument.
Call loans did not rise above 5 per cent.,
owing to Saturday's strong bank return.
The profit-taking on purchases made In an
ticipation of that statement proved larger
than the new business attracted by It. In
the late recession In prices St. Paul dropped
M'ven points, Northwestern 5. II. ä O 4a.
Fnlon Pacific 4'ü. and a large number of
the active stocks from 1 to 3 points. Fnited
States Steel stocks were weak throughout
the dav, and show net losses of vi for the
common and 1U for the preferred.
The bond market was active and broad,
but the price changes were Irregular. To
tal sales, at par value, were K4SX(H).
United States bonds were all unchanged
on the last call.
Following are the day's share sales and
the closing bid prices:
Storks. P'5- 1!'I;
Atchison 44...- Vj
Atc-htson prf c:(.j J4
llaltlmore & Ohio 13.ko ! (
lUltlmore Ä: Ohio pref 2-M !"l2
t ana.lUn Vacltle 2.1' 'J't
Canmla. Southern 4.1" u'i
Chesapeake & Ohio Ii. 4
Chicago ('treat Western 22'2
I'hlcaKO. llurllimton Ai CJulnoy .. .. l'.4t) 1::S!
Mil., Ini. & Louisville .4m ar
CU., ln.l. & IiulsvllIe pref Utf 7Pt
Chli-ago ."c Kastf-rn Illinois .'.S-m) l''Sf;
t"hloun. i Northwestern 3.H) - '3 1 2
Chicago. Hock If land At I'aclflo... 21. mo
C. (.'.. C. & St. L 5.3: M'i
Colorado Southern lo.ßu- 13
Colorado Southern Ana rref 1.h0 .n4
Colorado Southern second pref.... JsT'J 2P4
Wlaware Ai Hudson 7, Too
lel.. l-a.k. & Mrn 1.4" 2i
lenver Ai Hto tlrande 2.f ) 46
Denver & Klo tirande rrer 9:
Krie tlrst pref .- To
ireat Northern J.ret 2.:h) l"',i
Hocklnc Coal 4,:h i:s
1 locking Valley 1'") SI
Illinois Central 1..'- liZ'i
Iowa Central pref 2V) 1 i
Iuke Krie & Western 1.6"0 M
Iake Krl & Western pref .' U'j3
Iioul-vllle & Nashville 1...00 104;
Manhattan I. ta.r.oO
MetrojNlitan Street-railway 4-2x 174
Mexlcurt Central 3.3-M
Minneapolis At St. lu 3W M
Minnealls & St. lxuls iref 112'i
Mlnxouil Pacific t.?v) hr,-
.Mobile & Ohio 3" '2
Missouri. Kanoas Ä Texas 3".70u 3J&
Missouri. Kansas A- Texas pref... 21.tVxi C5,
New Jersey Central i" l.2
Nw York Central Ij.h i:r,v
Norfolk At Western fc.S-M i.4'4
Norfolk i- Wen tern prof 1.2 m K74
Northern Pacific 2-.3o 10l4
Northern pacific pref 13.7- Us
Ontario A: Western 3'..3uO 3t
Ortiff-n Kallwiiy Ar Nävi .... 42
Oregon Hallway A: Navl. pref 7
Pennsylvania SI.2-H) lü'4
I-. , . t . Xj 4 1
Radln S3. 60.) 37
Headlr first pref 43.:) 7fi's
Head ins second pref li,40i) 4
Hlo (Irande Western .... 7.
Kio Grande Western rref Pt pc
St. ioul & San Kran 13,20 4(.
St. Ioul A: San Fran, flrst lref.. 7m SP;,
St. 1. K San Fran, pecond pref... 1.7"0 t;o
St. Ioul Southwestern 37i
St. lyouls Southwestern pref :,m tc ,
St. Paul 21. M Ms
St. Paul pref 5.J00 l:2's
St. Paul A- Omaha .... Jl"
South rn ta Iflc 312.s) sr
houthern Uallwny 217,7"0 2't
Southern Hallway pref ,
Texas Ar Pacific 42'n) 47
Cnion 1'arltV ! v
Cnlon Pacitto pref ll.7'0 T';
Wat-ash 3.!'o 2iv,
Walush pref 32.10
Wheel'.nit A: Iake F.rie 1.2-0 13
Wheeling Ar I. F.. second rref l.(x
Wisconsin Central S,luO 2."2
KX PRKSS COM PAN I KS.
Adam.- .... 1;5
Cnited States 1.' M
Wei Is-Fargo Hi
Amaljramate 1 CopiK-r Sti.pil
American Cotton oil 3. I'M
American Cotton OH pref
Amerlcrn Malting 1';)
American Maltlnji pref
Am. Smelting and Refining 41.?' WH
Am. Smelting and ReflnlnK pref... S.H'O
American S. lilts
American Silrlts 'ref .... 17
American Steel Hoop .... rt'j
American Steel Hooji pref
American Steel and Wire 4-
American Steel and Wire pref n-
American Tin Plate ',6
American Tin Plate p1' 117
American Tobacco Sl.'O l-T-
American Tol.acco pref 2') Hi
Anaconda Mining Co 6.4 4-.1t,
Hrooklyn Rapid Tran.-it 137.2'
Colorado Fuel an-1 Iron 13.fi'M
Continental Tobacco , 13. .Vn 4;1
Continental Totacco pref P0 P4
Federal Steel ;..o .
Federal Steel pref vc.
;eneral Klectric 1.9.0 223
tilucoi.- Sujrar ho ;,2
C.lucos- Sugivr pref ." Ph j.si
International Par 3.P r.'.
International Paper pref 2. Pn ;s
Iaclede ;as y,K
National Hlscuit 4
National Ulsoult pref ;t.
Notional I-ul 1 0 17
National I-al pref lio aT
National Steel pref Hi
National Tube eSs4
National Tube pref
New York Air-brake P0 iS6
North American sö
Pacific Co&t 'J10 C3'i
Pacific Coast Urft pref
Pacific Coat hecc-nd pref .... 70
Pacific Mall IS. lfm 4;,
People' (ia 21. .V) iz
Piessed Steel Car 1.0 a 4;,4
Pressed Steel Car pref 3"0 V.i
Pullman I'alace Citr 211
Republk Iron and Steel 2,iM 2')'
Republic Iron anJ Steel pref 7J0 77
Standard Rope and Twine 4
Sugar I0.SCO 1)
SigiX Hit .... 112
Tennessee Coal and Iron S.1M f-'i
Third-avenue 6. ID 12?'3
Cnlte.j states leather PJ.P) 14
Cr.lfe 1 SMtes Leather ptef 3.1'-0 77'i
Cnited Stiffs Rubber PD 2' "4
Cnitf.l Statt s Ituhlx-r j.ref 1. o
Cnit-l States Steel II"...".') 4".'t
I'nite 1 States Stfel pref ;.o !MVj
Western Cnion l.o 1.'.
Total als :,32..f,(.K
I'XITKI) STAT KS HONIS.
refun-llr twos, rff .
refunding twos, coup
new fours, re?
new fours, ff.uji
old fours, reg
old fours, coup
.lIoiiila Ilnnk CloiirinftH.
New York lls.74f.71S J7.o37.32t
ISoston 'i.T,yr,.2T2 2.41.420
Chicago 22.S'.m'o10 2! 133.' 00."
Philadelphia 13.33"... "AT. 2.12...sy)
St. Ixuis 7.4-VJ.773 '4.'2
l;altlm.t? 3.34J. 4.' S37.527
Cincinnati 4. n;o, 7.",o
Indlanapjlls l.P.415 7M7
LOCAL ;itAI AM) PRODlCll.
No Chnnge to Report In Cnndltlons of
Iry goods men report that after a fairly good
business for the pikt week the present opens
dull. There is nothing In the outlook upon
which to predict the course of trade. It Is
thought, however, that actual springlike weather
conditions would impart some tnap to busine.-ip,
but if ive are to Jump from winterlike sur
roundings Into real summer, with no interme
diate ftep, there will bo such an unsettling of
trade ad will interfere materially with all calcu
lations. Crocor began the week with an evtr
ago business. Produce, fruits and vegetables are
in good supply, and prices all along the line hold
Receipts of cereals continue very small. Wheat
Is lo and coin '20 higher than Saturday's closing
cp'.otations, the secretary of the Hoard of Trade
reciting track bids at the close as follows:
Wheat No. 2 red, 72c; No. 2 red, on milling
freight. 72c; No. 3 red, 670o; wagon wheat. 73c.
Corn No. 1 white, 4G'.c; No. 2 white, 4"iUc;
No. 3 white. 1.".Uc; No. 4 white, 4lf?43c; No. 2
white mixed. 44'4c; No. 3 white mixd, 4P;c; No.
4 w hite mixed. i'Jij 42'ic; No. 2 yellow, 44c;
No. 3 yellow. 4Pac; No. 4 yellow, 4)Tj42:i4c: No.
2 mixed, 44';:c; No. 3 mixed. 44'2c; No. 4 mixed,
4' ''r 42' -c : ear corn. 4.o; wagon corn, 42?4'54lc.
Oats--No. 2 white. 2'J',sc; No. 3 white. 2Vac:
No. 2 mixed. 27',c; No. 0 mixed.
Hay No. 1 timuthy, 12.7i.&; No. 2 timothy,
Inspections Wheat : No. 2 reel. 1 car. Corn:
No. 2 white, 5 cars; No. 3 white, 2: No. 2
whit mixed, 1: No. 3 white mixed. 2: No. 2
yellow, 1; No. 2 mixed. 6; No. 3 mixed. 1; total,
S'i cars. Oats: Rejected mixed, 2 cars. Hay:
No. 1 timothy, 2 cars.
Poultry and Other Produce.
(Prices paid by shippers.)
Turkey hen. 7-(iSc per lb: young toms, c;
young chickens'. 7c; hens, 7c; cocka, 4c; ducks,
tic; ge?". full feathered, $5.4i5 per do.
Cheese New York full cream, 13c; domeatlc
Swiss, 17c; brick, 14c; limburger. 13c.
Uutter Choice roll, 11c per lb; poor. Now 1,
Keks IHiC 1 kt dozen.
Feather l'nnie gece, SOc per lb; prime duck,
20c per lb.
Peeswax 30r for yellow. 25c for dark.
Wk1 Medium. unwashM. 17c; tub-washed, 2.-0
2Sc: burry and unmerchantabl, less; fine
merino, 10fil3c; coarse braid, lie.
HIDES. TALLOW. ETC
Greenealted Hides No. 1, 8c; No 2, 7c; No 1
calf, S'ac; No. 2 calf. he.
Urease White, 4c; yeiiw, brown, 2ic
Tallow No. 1. 4o; No. 2. 3c.
Tim joum.vt; tiiadb..
(The quotations given below are the aellln
trices of t tie wholj3a!e dealers.)
Canutes und .utm.
Candles Stick. 7o per lb; common mixed, 7c;
"u,c; grocers' mixed, 6'sc; Ranncr twlj-t stick,
grocers' mixed, 6c; Panner twist stick. 8c: Rani
ner cream mlxt?d. lOJillc; old-time mixed, Sc.
Nuts Soft-shelied almonds, liiiue; Kngllsh
walnuts, 121 14c; Rrazll nuts. 10c; Ulbert, lVc:
peanuts, ruastd. 7ji8c; mixed nuts, 12c.
Cuu ned Goods.
Corn. 75cGJl.2S. l'eaches Kastern standard,
S-lb. J-'!ij2.2-; S-lb seconds. fl.W'uZ: California,
standard. JZ.102.40; California seconds. Jl.J0(52.
Miscellaneous lUackberiief. 2-lb, SiöOc; rasp
berries. 3-lb. $1.2151.30; pineapple?, standard.
2-lb. Jl.SOJm.Oy; choice. ffiS.lo; cove oysters.
1-ii, lull weight. fl.Mji.iO; light, C'Kiitfic; string
beans. 3-ib. .(üi3c; Lima, leans. $l.20'al.2i; peas,
murrowfats. Jjcdi$l: early June, Jl.lüöl.15; lob
sters. $l.S:42; red cherries. SOcJl; strawberries.
sOii'JOc; talmcn, l-ll, 9CcJ2; s-lb tomatoes, ßijj)
Coul nnd Coke.
Anthracite, $7; C. & 0. Kanawha. U: nttf.
burg. t. WlnlfreUe, 14; Raymond. J4: Jackson.
$4; Island City lump. $1; lump coke. 11c per bu.
$J.2i per 2i bu; crushed coke, 13c per bu, $3.23
per il bu: Ulosfcburg, $5 per ton; ConnellsvllU
coke. $6 per ton; smokeless lump. 15 per ton:
Rrazll block, $3.i0 iMfr ton; bmoeless coal, $3 per
Alcohol, $2.00112.70; asafoetida. 41c; alum, Vffl
4c: camphor, yT'Jc: cochineal, Ü0:;.c; chloro
form. Wifi'; copperas, brls. x.o: cream tartar,
jiure. 3t'(LaSc; InJigo. C.'ijboc; licorice, Calab.,
genuine, 3.vjt0c; magnesia, carb., 2-oz, 20!f22c;
morphine. 1. & , per oz, $2.402.70; madder,
14'ilto; oil. cantor. p-r gal. 1 l'.'ni.ia: oil. ber
Kamot, per lb, opium, $3.70J.aO; quinine. 1.
& W., per oz., S3JJc; talaam coralba, jycoc;
scap. ratile, Fr.. 13ül6c; soda, bicarb. 2;
alts. KpKom. lti34e: sulphur rlour. 2rt5c, salt
peter. 1kJ14c: turpentine. 40c; glycerine. 17p
20c; Iodide potas?lum, $2.CC2.7o; bromide potas
num. Sr.-gjSCc; chlorate potash. 15g-2c; borax. 9
12c; clnchonlda. 4oO'43c; carbolic add, 3üy48c
nieacheil Fheetlnaa An IroxcogKln t,, 7c; Tterk
ley. No. CO. 6'ic; Cabot. 6c; Capitol, fi'.ic; Cum
berland, Cc; Dwlght Anchor, 7c; Fruit of the
Loom, .'-ic; Farwell. 6c; Fltchvllle. 6lic; Full
Wilth, 5!2c; Ullt KdKe, älic; Ullded Ae, ijC;
Hill, 7Uc; Hope, 7c; Llnwood, 7c; Lonsdale, 7HC;
Ptubody. 6c; Pride of the West. 10ic; Ten
Strike. (He; Pepperell. 9-4. 19c; l'epperell. 10-4.
2lc; Androscoggin, -4, 20c; Androscoggin, 10-4,
"lirown Sheeting Atlantic A, 6c; Arg-yle,
54c; Roott C. 4'.2c; Ruck's Head, c; Clittf.n
CCC, 5'5c; Constitution. 40-lnch, 6c; Carlisle, 4
Inrh, Cc; Dwlght's Star. 7c; Great Falls K,
64jc; Great Falls J, 6Vsc; Hill Fine, "c; Indian
llea.l. be; 1'eppen.ll R. 3c; Pepperell, 10-4. 1X-;
Androscctgin, -4, 18c; Androscoggin. 10-4, 20c.
Prints Allen dress styles. ic; Allen's staples.
5c; Allen Tit, 4c: Allen's robe, 64c; American
Indigo. 4c; Arnold long cloth. H, .sC; Arnoii
LLC. "c; Cocheco fancy, öc; Hamilton fano 6c;
Merrimac pinks and purples. iVtic; 1'aciflc fancy,
Dc; Simpson's mourning. 4c; Jlinpbon's Rerlln
solids. iVtc; Simpson's oil tinlfh, be; American
shirting. 4c; black white, 4'ic; grays. 4',ic.
Kld-tinlhed Cambrics Kd wards, 3ic; Warren.
3sc; Slater. 3c: Uenese.. 3o.
Tickings Anioi-keaR ACA, 10',-c; Conestoga,
Iir, 13lac; Cordis IK lUic; Cordis T, ll'jc; Cor
dis ACK. ll'c; Hamilton awnings. 9c; Kimono
fancy, 17c; Lenox fancy. lc; Metnuen AA. 10ac
Oakland AF. 6c; Portsmouth, llhc; Sus.juehan
na. 13Vc; Shetucket BW, 6c; Shetucket F, B'.ic;
Swltt River. b2c.
Uraln Hags Amoskeag, $15.J0; American.
$l.r..r.o. Harmony, $lä.f0; Stark. $18.
Ginghams Amoskcag staples, 5C; Amoskea
dress, 7c; Rates. 3c; Lancaster, 0c; Lancaster
Normandit-e. 7c; Fall Du Nord, he.
Ftralght grades. $4"d4.20; patent fleur, $1.200
4.4i; tpring wheat patents, $,'..40üi.CC.
v ( rover lea.
Coffe Good. 10yi2c: prime. 12-t?l4c; strictly
i Iij'- fani-v irreen and . li.n. .uxm..
Sugars City pries: lomin.e?tf c.S.c; cut loaf,
f. 37c; powdere:, j.i7c; XXXX powdered. 6.c:c;
standard granulated. 3.77c; line granulate,!, ö.llc;
xtra tine granulated. i.7c; gtanulated 3-lb b.-ur'
l ilifc l.-i .1 (J i'.. . ..V -
manulatel. Jrib ba
4.S2c; 13 Yellow. 42c; 14 e!lov, 4., 7c; 13 Vtliow.
4.77c; 1) Yellow, 4. '.7c.
Salt-In car lots. $1.2021.23; small lots, $1.23
Fiour-Stralght grades, $434.23; patent. $1.23
4 3-; spring wneat. nrst grace. $4.3ofc4.6o; second
crade. JiS.o.fjN: bakery. V 'a3.C3.
Sl ices i'eiper. 17lSc; allspice. ljTriSc; cloves,
I31i 'So: cassia. 13'ulsc; nutmeg. S'ii6:.c ror lb.
Rrans Crime marrow. 6u. 12.3 .ir;'. 65: do pa
or navy. tu. $2.13i2.iw: ; do red kidney, bu. $2.?5?
2.S.".. L'ma beans, lb, .tf.uc; German Lima
Molasys and Syrups-New Orleans molasses,
fair to prime. 2Sc; choice, 334jc; syrupa. 20
i;tceI,oiiislana, 4llffC,J,: Carolina. C.iögc.
thot $1.4'VU!.:0 per bag: for drop.
Lead rti'7c for presed bars.
Wood Dishes No. 1. per 1.0-0. $232.30; No. 2.
$2 .V"2.75: No. 3. $2.fcvrf3; X. 3. $.:'' J.2J.
Twine Hemp. 12'tflSc per lb; wool. iyiOc; flax,
20i30c: paper. 2.'c; jute. 12il3c: cotton. lS23c.
Woo.lenvare No. 1 tubs. pt.;0:u7; No. 2 tubs.
$3..V 'i.'G; No 3 tubs, $t.3 w3: 3-hoon pal's. $1.6o;
2-hoop pailn. $1.4'.'f l..V: double washtoards. $2.23
fit 2. 73 ; common washboardj, $l.lojrl.7j; clothes
pins, OiiCc per box.
Oak sole. 31fI34c: hemlock sole. 27g31c; har
ness, 31 'u 37c: fklrtlng, 26'.40c: single trap. HQ
4"c; city kip, 6'crH': French kip. ö 44 $1.20,
city calfskin. $1.10; French calfskin, ll.2jy
Nulla nnd Ilnraeabova.
Pteel cut nails. $2.5; wire nails, from store.
$2.63 rates; from miH. $2.C3 rates. Horse ihoe.,
per keg. 4: mule shoes, jer keg $4.60; horse
iCü.N-Il.NÜlJO PAQU 6, COLT 5.J
Java. 2s'4M2c. Roasted Old Uovernment Java,
..'ji33c; Golden Rio. 24c; Rourbon Santos. 24c;
Gilded Santo. 2c; prime Santon. rc. 1'uckage
cofte City prices: Ariosa. 11.7oc; llon. ll.7ic:
Jersev, 11. 75c; Caracas, 11. 2-; Dutch Java blend.
10 Ll'o"; Dtllworth's. ll..c;Mull i'oucn, ll.7jc;
Gates's blended Java, ll.o.c; Jav-Oohu. lü.Suc;
Ciite (oartoon), lj.2..c; Good Luck, 13.ioC; Good
1 ....1- nnft.n.i 1 oir?i. fiwv.
meld A. 6.22c; conresuoiur .. ....c; 1 Columbia
il.V; 2 Windsor A. l.i.c; i Ridtjewood V
f..37c; t Phonlx A, ."..:2o: . Cinpire A. 3.27c; 6
LWal Golden V.x. C. S.22c: 7 Windsor Kx. c. 3.12c;
8 Rldsewoo.1 tlx. C. 3.02: 9 "i eltow 1.x. C. 4 7c-
a v. .11..... 1 11 bellow. 4 X7f t" v
LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS
CATTI.i: S CA II CK AM) STCADV, AVITII
OIT CIIA4ii: in imiici:.
llocn Active nml About Five Cent
Lower Mieep Quiet Condition
of Market Lllaevrhere,
UXIOX STOCKYARDS. INDIANAPOLIS,
April 22. Cattle Receipts ymall; shipments
none. There was the usual small Monday
supply of cattle, and not enough of the
different grades were represented to es
tablish a, range In prices. The market,
therefore, was necessarily quiet, but most
dealers claimed that sales were about
steady compared with last Saturday. It
does not appear now that there will be
liberal marketing of good stock this week,
and it is rather expected that steady prices
will be maintained. There is, however, a
weaker feeling for the less desirable grades.
Good to prime steers, 1.350 lbs
and upward $3.15 5.73
Fair to medium steers, 1.3.7) lbs
and upward 5.30
Good to choice 1,150 to 1,300-1 b
steers 4.G3g 5.30
Fair to medium 1,150 to 1.3ü0-lb
steers 4.25? 4.G3
Medium to good li0 to 1,100-lb
steers 1.0Q1Z 4.G0
Gooi to choice feeding steers 4.25ft 4.60
Common to choice stockers 3.501t" 4.C5
Good to choice heifers 4. 15 4.73
Fair to medium heifers 3.754t 4.10
Common to light heifers 3.25tf 3.5
Gooit to choice cows 3.75 4.33
Fair to medium cows ZM'iß 3.fi0
Common old cows l.j 2.75
Veal calves hxmi 5.50
Heavy calves 3.5vn 5.00
l'rime to fancy export bulls 3.75it 4.25
Good to choice butcher bulls 3.40'i 3.65
Common to fair bulls 2.75'ü 3.25
Good to choice cows and calves... .Sj.UO'q 50.00
Common to medium cows and
calves 20.00C 30.00
Hogs Receipts, l.LVJ; shipments, 250.
There has been no change in the market,
but liberal receipts and lower prices else
where produced a corresponding weakness
here, and salesmen were forced to take
off about 5c in prices compared with those
current for equal kinds at the close of
last week. The shipping demand was fair,
but packers bought the bulk of the supply.
The quality generally was fairly satisfac
tory, but there were no strictly top heavy
hogs represented and the full strength of
the market was not established for that
class by representative sales. It Is gener
ally believed, however, that the right kind
would have sold at least as high as $5.15.
Good to choice medium and
heavy $3.00"? 5.93
Mixed and heavy packing 5.8(Ka5.i0
Good to choice light weights 5.85'fl5.90
Common to fair liKht weights.... S.lhfQ.X2
Common to good pigs 5.00c5.75
Sheep Receipts light; shipments none.
There were not enough fresh arrivals of
sheep or lambs to establish a market, and
therefore there is no quotable change or
improvement to report in prices compared
with the close of last week. In keeping
with reports from other places this morn
ing, however, the outlook favors lower
Good to choice lambs $3.O0'53.:5
Common to medium lambs 4.0fK4.75
Good to choice shee-p 4.00!ii4.40
Common to medium sheep 3.003.73
Stockers and feeding sheep 2.50'a3.!0
Rucks, per 100 lbs 2.753.50
TriiiiMnc tioii nt the Intcratnt Yard.
1NTKKHTATK STOCK YARDS, INDIANAPO
LIS, April 22. Cattle Receipts nominal; ship
ments none-. The supply was quite light, and
the few on sale fold at about steady prices. The
closing was quiet, with all sold. Quotations:
Good to prime steen, 1,3V) lbs and up
ward $3.2Vtf 5. CO
Fair to medium steers. 1.330 lbs und
upward 4.9MI 5.20
(lood to chobe l,i:0 to l,3(f)-lb steers... 4.7'Jif 5.00
Fair to medium 1,150 to 1,300-Ib steers. 4..r,wa 5.W
Medium to Kood IRM to l,PK)-lb ftfccrs... 3.73'i 4.
ood to choice feedlnic steer 4."3jj 4.f0
Fair to medium feeding steers 2.3i 4.2.
Common to good stockers Z.Wu 4.00
Hood to choice heifers 4.234: 4.7.
Fair t' medium heifers 3. b(w 4.00
Crmrioii to light heifers 3.Üi(tf 3.30
tJe-od to choice i.löf'i 4.23
Fair to medl'im cows 3.'r 3.7."
Cannintc cchk 1.73 2.73
VeaJ calves 5.r."'(i 6.
ir.vy culves 3.30V 5.0)
l'rime to fancy export bulls S.7.Vfr 4.2.
Hood to choice butcher bulls 2.3uof 3.73
Common to fair bull 3.50
tlood to choice cown nnl calves 33. WKn 30.00
Common to medium cows and calves.. .LO.OXfj 30. vi
IIogs-Heceli-ts, 300; shipment!, 470. Thf qual
ity was only fair, consintinff entirely of light anl
mixed KralfB. ther belnic a marked scarcity of
heavy weights. The market opened weak anl
lower in harmony with roport from outside
lolnts. Trnde mied active at the decline and
nil w-re sold early. The bulk of the sale was
made at JSiM", with nn extreme range of
$".soff(6 for common ÜKht to select honvy. The
closing was steady, with all sld. Quotations:
(3Md to choice heavy $3. 93 W 6.00
(üooil'to choice lixod ö.OO'uä.Sr.
Fair to Rood IIkM 5.S0fi3.90
Fair to koo1 pisrs ü. 01 xi 5.6.1
Fclr to god roughs.... 4 0.005.40
Sheeii Receipts licht ; shipments none. The
quality wa common and the market was rteady
at unchanged prices. The closing was weak,
with lower tendency. Quotations:
CJood to choice lambs $3.23'!?5.7.'
Common lambs 4.50-?5.00
Ciorxl to choice sheep 3.75tf4.S1
Fair to medium lambs 3.(W3.ro
Common sheep 2.503.73
Rucks, per 1W lbs 2.50:y3.23
nCKKALO. April 22.-CattIe-Market steady.
Choice to extra export cat tit of k-slrable qual
ity, $3.301-3. t3; otd to best. $l.73r5; shipping
rteers. $4.70fi 4.10; export bulls, choice to extra,
$3. 701 1.25; gooii to choice butcher steers, $4.40
0Y4.73; good to tost rteers. $4.3."ä 4.K3; good to
bfst fat bulls. $3.30T4.83; feeder bulls. $3?3.25;
stck bull?, $2.7.V3.2'i; good to choice fat cows.
$Pift.?5; choice to extra fat heifers, $l.r,o3; goixl
to choice fat heifers, tl'tH.lZ; Canada stock
calves, choice to extra. $1.6341 4. K5; calve. choice
to extra, $.j.3fi5.73; gtiod to choice, $.Vfi.".50.
Sheep anl Iambs Market active. Wool lambs,
choice to extra. $5.9'i(6: good to choice. $.".6nW
5.70; clipped lambs, choice to extra, I3.5Oij5.60;
good to choice, $.!.2Vd5.5); wool sheep Mere In
llsht demand and hardly quotable; clipped sheep,
choice to extra, $4.755; good to choice, SLJ,
Hogs Market opened steady. Heavy. $t.30;
mixed. ffir.l.Jß.SO; Yorkers. f.23; pigs, $6.20tj6.25;
roughs, $5.6t"(f3.75; Htags $l.3(j4.75.
CHICAOl). April 22. Cattle Receltts. 27.000.
Including 400 Tcxans. Cholc steers sfady;
others weak; butcher stock steady; Texsns low.
Cood to prime steers. $4.Vp 6; poor to mvlium.
$3.S.V(f43; stockers nnd feedt-rs. $2. 751t 1.75; cowg
and hMfers. fl.Wn 4.80; canners. $2.1V!j3.75; bulls.
$2.755 1.30; cnlveH, $4'j3; Texas fed steers. $l.:5tp
5. S3; Texas grass steers, $1.34; Texas bullt,
$2. 75113. S3.
Hogs Receipts to-day. 2!.00; to-morrow, 22.00ft,
estimated; left over. 3. On). Market easier; good
clearance. Top. fO.OG ; mixed and butcher. $5.70'if)
6; good to ehoice heavy, $3. fiOfo i. 05 ; rough havy,
5. K5 '3 5.70; light, $5.tl-u5.50; bulk of uls, $5.83
Sheep Receipts. 2C.'')0. Choice sheep steady;
others slow; lambs weak. Top Colorado, $5.30;
good to choice wethers. $4.7.V(5; fair to cholc
mixed, ?.4((4.70; tern shee, $4.f.'.?i3; vear
llngs. $i.75i 4.91; native lambs, 4.651 3.3-); West
ern lambs. $t.S5'ö5.30.
KANSAS CITV. April 22.--att:e-ne(.elpts.
Z.U") natives. 1.3o Texans. h") calves. Native
and Texas beef steers steady to 10c lower; Stork
ers and feeders strng. Medium butcher steers.
$4. !' K.''5. '.: IK'bt rouKh. $4.3'(t4.75: stockers and
feeders, ?4)i4.S5; Western fe-1 tteers. $4..",3i5:
Texans and Indians. $4.2.Vo5.15; cows, $3. 154. W;
beirerss $31j4 !5; tanr.ers, $2.25f7 3; talvts, J4.W
Hogs Receipt. IO.oao. Market .c to 10c lower.
Top. $5.!21s; bulk of pale. S5.7C75 .; heavy
$5:,fI5.i2,a; mixed packers, $3.733.1"); light, $5.33
liS.vt; piss. $4't'3.:0.
jsheeii Kecelpts. S.700. Market steailr to 5c
lower. Western lambs. $4.9 J74 .95; rlipjied lambs
$4.ft'a4.75: Western wethers, $4.4 4.V; Western
vearliniis. $4.R'5;4.H0: ewes. $4fH 4.'; culls, $3
3.75; spring lambs. $5.5)fr7.
NKW YOUIv, April 22 Beeves Receipts. 3,47s.
Demand fair; steers and bulls steady; steers
closed weak: fat tows eay; medium and com
mon UV blüher. Steers. 5.8'j; bulls. $:i.0o34 5;
ovs. $24.25. Call's quoted live catlle lower
at llf?12liC per lb. sheep lower at 131; 13'c, and
lambs at lie. I'xports none.
Calves Receipt. 4.9C1. Calves moderately ar
tlvei at 2.V? higher. Common to prime veals.
3.50; choice, $5.CO?3.S'); top?, $j; little calves,
Sheep and Iambs Iteceipts. 8.."rt3. .Sheep steady;
lambs 15e to 25o higher. Woded sheep. K.l-rvV-culls.
$3: cllpifd fheep. $3Ti4: culln. 2: woole-i
lambs, $5.7r.i.12,; one car. $i.2); clipped lambs.
$4.Xf6.42'i; one l.t. $5.fio; spring lambs. $4.5n,17
Hogs Receipts. 9. '). Market flrm at p;.266.5o.
ST. LOUIS. April 22. Cattl Receipts. 3 2C0
Including 2.0''O Texans. Market active 'and
trtcady for native butcher catlle. with beef
steers easy to 5c lower; Texans visier. Native
shipping and export steers. $j.g.Vt3.Vi: drcs'td
beef and butcher Heers. $l.:vi5.40; ste-s s. in,i, r
1 o"0 lbs. li'fj; stockers and feeders. .c4 '0
cows and heifers. $2'M.90; tanners, J1.25'-t3; bullj'
$2.5"'i4; Texans and Indian steers. $ l..'.o, 10
tow 3 and heifers. $''t4.
Hogs Receipts. 70. Market 3c iowr. I ;
and lights. $..!' 3. S3; packers. $5.SOä.i5; bttch
Sheej Receipts 7.000. Market stronT. Native
muttons. S t.-f 4.75 ; lambs. t''i.1't; .prlng
lambs. $7Jj3; culls and bucks. $3.3tnH.
SOUTH OMAHA. April 22. Cattl Receipt,
j.v.ö. ilatket low to Ivo lower, atlvt Lent
teer. $4.2-!?S.4ö: Western stfrs. $74.75: Texas
steer. 13. 304.25; cown and heifers fteadj at
$3.30y 4.6'; calves, $3..Vö7.
IIogmHeceipts. 4.2 Market 5c lower. HeaT.
$3.SOfi3.0O; mixed. .'.77,,'.j5.Vi; light. f.7yn 5.v.;
bulk of rales. t".77S-'uä.ji.
Sheep Kecelpts. 6.4'. Market 1"V to 15c bwer.
Yearling. $I..Vi4.9j; wethers, Jl-'i, l.tv; twep,
$2.75fi4.U; lambs. $4.25S3.
CINCINNATI, April 22. Hogs easy at $4.23Tf
Cattle active at $220.127.116.11.
Sheep steady at $'.3-y 4.2."; lambs steady at
PHILLIPS TO THE FORE
UK II AS COHX SHORTS IM NC II III FOR
TWO TO FOl II MILLION III SUHLS.
flulgr of Two Centn In Corn, One nml
n llnlf in Wheat. Th rot -Club th
In OntM l'ruvlnlnii Dull.
CHICAGO. April 22. Rulli?hncss was
rampant in the wheat and corn markets to
day. Nearly the whole gamut of news af
fecting1 these markets worked for higher
prices. Corn, after an exciting tlay, during
which prices were over the highest previous
level, closed with an advance of 2c, while
wheat registered a closing bulge of lVi. Oats
closed c higher and provisions practically
In the corn pit the Thlllips deal In May
corn came to the fore after a fortnight dur
ing which It merely kept the market nerv
ous but comparatively narrow around 41c
for May. Up to to-day the opinion that the
bull leader's vast line had been gradually
diminishing under cover of brokers had
been spreading. This was merely conjec
ture, however, for at times when the mar
ket seemed inclined tj boom there were in
dications that the wily manipulator was
working to check any Fudden bulge. Ills
announcement that he would take in every
bushel offered him on May contracts
brought the paramount Importance of Phil
lips's continued bullish attitude forcibly be
fore traders. May 1, It Is estimated, there
will be 3,W.0X bu of contract corn which
can be delivered to him. Hut even this
would not satisfy his claims, as shorts have
guaranteed to deliver him between live and
seven million bu additional. That shorts
will be able to get that amount here for de
livery before the 1st of May is, of course,
food for debate. The fact that country
offerings last night were practically noth
ing, and that the receipts to-day were but
eighty-six cars, with only eight cars grad
ing contract, had much to do with alarming
the gentlemen who have on their shoulders
the burden either of raking this corn from
country cribs or settling with Phillips. They
ecrambled in wild fashion to-day for the
privilege of taking the loss already theirs
rather than stand by their guns in the hope
that he and his following would find them
selves In deep water before May 1. To make
his position more secure It is said Phillips
already has considerable corn ready for
shipment Kast. It was a noteworthy fact
to-day that while the price level nearly the
whole session was higher than at any pre
vious stage of the crop, very little sohl far
from the top price. Phillips started the ex
citement by bidding at the opening. May
opened Uc to He higher, at 4lc to 417,c,
and bounded up to 4tVic during the fore
noon. At this price every bull In the pit
had a good profit In sight. Their sales
caused a reaction to 4tie, but shorts ab
sorbed everything with such avidity that
the market reacted sharply nnd closed 2c
higher, at 40aBc. July sold between 43Tc
and -iSc and closed lic higher, at 44Tc
Trade in wheat was wctlve. The market
was the broadest In weeks, the activity be
ing sustained with scarcely an interruption.
Fur the first time in days the favorable
weather nnd liberality of receipts were
treated with contempt. A sharp advance
at Liverpool, bullish worPl's statistics nnd
the prospect of a fair visible decrease were
Influential at the start. May opening He to
c higher, at 71Hc to 7140. The demanl
was general from outsiders and local shorts
as well as confident longs. During the
forenoon May climbed to 72r-ic. ntlilitionnl
Incentive having been found in reports of a
strong continental demand, in the corn
strength ami In the visible llqures. which
showeil a greater falling off than had betn
looked for. Iteallzlng sales on a liberal
scale caused a reaction to 72V..C near the enl
of the session, but the market rallied llrmly
and closed lVic higher, at 72H.C July wheat
Shared in the activity and closed at 727i,c,
compared with Saturday's close at 71sc.
Kxporters reported forty-seven loads taken.
Soaboard clearances. In wheat und Hour, in
some cases beint? for two days, wore 1,0X2.
000 bu. Primary receipts were r22.nou bu.
against SM.OOO- bu last year. Minneapolis
and Duluth reported 321 cars, against .""4
last week and 324 a year ag. Local re
ceipts wore sixty-fix cars, none of contract
grade. The visible decreasel 2.0!.V00 bu:
world's shipments were X.2S.;.fi(M bu. and
wheat and Hour on ocean passage decreased
Oats were strong and active throughout
the session. Ruylng was general and sev
eral large transactions took place. It wa
reported that country Interests were can
celing selling orders and buying Instead,
owing to late seoding. The corn strength
and the weather were bullish factors. Re
ceipts were 23 cars. May sold between
and 26Hc and closed c higher, at
The provision market was neglected.
Prices, however, ruled steady. In sympathy
with the corn strength, although hog prices
were lower. The range was narrow. July
pork closed a shade higher, at $11.574: July
lard unchanged, at JS.02H, and July ribs 2'2c
lower, at J7.H2H-
Estimated receipts to-morrow Wheat, KQ
cars; corn. 1W cars; oats, 4.1". cars; hogs,
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles. 0;-n- Hl?h- Iw- Clfs
Whrat in. '' ,st lr
Mav ... 714-71; 72, 71 4 ' 72'i
July ... 71V72'i 73' 71' 713.-72-4
Arril .. 447i
.. 43V4 43
May ..fH.37ii $142'i
July ..14.33 11.60
May ... R.07'i S.13
July .. f.('2lj s.f'
Sept .. fc.W .02'.i
May ... s.li'i K.24
July .. 7.:3 7.:.",
Sept .. .'J
Oah quotations wer at follow: Flour firm.
No. 3 si-rlng wh-nt. 7'rt72c; No. 2 r1. 72'.7!
No. 2 crn. 4c; No. 2 yellow, 4fc. No. 2 oat.
2tc: No. 2 white, 2rü2JJc: No. 3 white, 2Vrtr.
No. 2 iye, t3f34 (io.il feoMntr Parley, 4V; fair
to choice rnaitlrur. 32.'..c. No. 1 flaxseed. $t..",H;
No. I Northwest rn. $131. Clover sv-f. cjntract
grade, $11. Prime timothy s-t-.l. 53.f.7Vj. M-.
poik. per brl. $14. G"'u 14.07'. Iard. per 1 0 li s,
$s.l7',i H.23. hirt-rlb sl1e l.o-). 5.i.Vi S ;.".
Dry-wilted uhuul-ler ,tn-Xf.l. f .7' f 7.1' ..
Short-clear Flues (l-oxe.l). $H.23i S.V, '.j. Whisky,
on basis of hlh wln-s. $1.27. Suxarx-4ut loaf,
6.14c; Kranulated, 3.57c; conf-ctlai rs' A, 3.74c;
off A. 4.29c.
Receipts Flour, 23.000 lrl; vhat, 7.V ln;
corn, 112. ("O bu; tats. 334."i bu; rye. 6.(t .;
barley, 4.(h) 1u. Shlrmients Flur. 2".ki Prls;
wheat. 2'.'2.HVi bu; crn. H.".2.-h hi; oati, 211,J'J
bu; rye, 27,xj bu; barley. &.' bu.
AT M:V YORK.
Shnrp I pturn In AVlient nml Corn,
with Oilier Pro! Ii Firm.
NCVV TORK. Arrll 22. Flour Receipt. 23.4.;
brl: exports, 11.419 brl-s. Market Mronprr and
fairly active, ahowlrg a!var.ct? In sympathy
with wheat; winter patent. $3.C.va I; winter
Btralght!. $3.S3f3.43; winter low Kra.l'K. 52. 2ö Tj
2.43; Minnesota patent. $'4.23; Mlnnota
bakers. $2Wi3.23. Ry flour fbedy; fair to
rood, $:.W'3.1-': Choice to fancy, $3.2"j3.43. Coin
meal firm; yellow WtKern. 92-; city. 91o; Hrun
dywlne. $2.4.Vc2.30. Rye firm; No. 2 Western.
W7c. f. e. b.. afloat; State. .'Vcr'.V. r. I. f.. w
York. Rarley steady; feediriR. 4'-4-'--c. c. I. f..
New York: malting. C'iTov. c. I. f.. New York.
Wheat-Receipt. r.2.32w bu; exi.rm. lv;).23. bu.
Spot Ptronn; N. 2 re.l, S2c f. o. I . afloat. 73T,c
elevator; No. 1 northern Duluth. f. , t
afloat: No. t hard Duluth. Slo f. t. , afloat.
Options hail a trons tpenlr.j nl an artlvt-tra-ie
all iay. alvan-in steadily on bullish
catlei. particularly from U'-rlin. rtflctlnK cpj
damaxe, active foreign .buying, export demani.
a broad home pecuUtlve demand and tx? much
cold weather in fprlns wheat Slates; closed
MronK and 141c aivance; May. TS l'-ira
7'.c. cloln: at 7?'4c: July. 774 ;s !-1"k-. closing
at 7S4c; September. 7iti774c. closlr. at 77Uc
Corn Receipt. 19.CM u. Sf-.t strong; N. 3.
51c levator. olStO f. o. b., afloat. Option were
active and declltlly strong all day. impclll by
cables, cold weather Weht, the wheat adxano.
covf-rtnr and llifht country onrirj: cloted
mronr and l'?14c net hUl.er: April closed at
614c; May. .r04'(i 31c. clc.lne at 31c; Julv, 4D4
4.'c. clowlnx at 43J4c; September, 4S:Ö1'j4c,
cloinir at 4a4.
Oiti-Kecelyt. 13.0C9 bu; exporH, 103,50 bu.
Spot f'.mrr: No. 2. . Nn. 2. ': Na. I
whit", .?.:; No. a whit-. :,: trfk mixet Wext
ern. ..'. '-.,; ir:irW wh;t-. 2.'-'i . Optlonf
Him ar-.l hUlx-r.
Hay ftea.jy; ,h!ppin. 7":v.t.-; ,,,! t( chotcti.
H"P .j;;rt; ,taf-. . mm. n ti t hol. r t.
y.''.i2; 1m; r,.;.. Uiil; . I. Vitc; Taflc
-Uht. V crop. U.,1..'. isrr t.-t.p. 1113c; old.
Hid. steady; F.alvcaton. 15;; California. 15o;
T. xan !rv. H.,H4.-. I.eathr nf-adj ; hn.U
I-. Itu.ns Arr, lit.t to b.nvy wtljrh'.ii. 2J
2.-c; a.-j.j. j;4.-frr.
IWf piM; family. $M?il2: mf. $3.3'r110: le?f
haniK. sy;'.ri2; packet. $llli; city, extra
India Mi-. tt4'.il. tut nuat P.rm: pickled ri
lie. 10 pickl.-d nhoulder. $7.73: pickled
haniü. $ 73 ;o.;:.. Iird Kten!y; Wern rt'im,
$ 6'. K-i'ntd steady; c.ntln-tU. $i.t); S. A..
St.'; com;oun. $;.73. I'ork steady; family, l:!
$10 V); hort clear. $13 r.'v,n7: mem. $i:.rf;6
Tallow )uiet; city. 4.3-,c; country. 44 '-4c.
Fottni-.-..j ,dl eauy; prime crude. 334;i3lc;
prlnu t-llow, .r.f.r,u..
Ill -e r.r"i; .ionit-Wio. fair to extra. 34flC4c;
Japan. 4Vu44. Molas!e itcaly; New Orleana,
or-n kettln, i:i.i3c.
t'ofr-e-sjt Rio dull; No. 7. Invoice. ie.
Mild iult; 'rdoa. 4ii:'4c
SuKar Raw tronir: fair 'ref.nlnr. r.c; cn
trifusal. !i tt-nt, 4 3-1-; moUimeii eucar, 3 7-PVc.
R-flnel flrm; No. . 4 c; No. 7. 4 M)o; No. 9,
4 7iv; No. H. 4.6V: No. 10. 4 .ftoo; No. 11. 4 2c: No.
12. 4.4c; No. 13. 4.3uc; N. H. .3"c; ftandard A.
3.23c; confe. tloner A. 5.23o; mold A. .'..V; cut
loaf. 3.1."k:; crurhed. 3.!".c; ptwlred, S.33c; tran
ulatej, 3.4.V; cuhe?, 3.7V.
VlniMf Sup pi Im f Grain.
NFW YORK, April 22 The utatement of tfeo
iisiMe mppiy if :raln. in M're and afloat, ca
Saturday. April 2', us compl!d by the New York
lYoduoe rxrhanpe, I an PMlown: Wheat. 4.I61.-
0 bu. a dcreave of 2..,.o,0 bu; corn. 2.32x.
bu. a lvreae cf CD.i bu; oats. 1.?11.0mj bu.
!-cr-a t-f .'"(. ) bu; rye. I.lc2."i bu. a le
ert an- f 3.i'j bu; barley", 7lx,u) tu. a decr-a
Of 11,M bu.
utAui: i ;i:m:rf
luitn t Ion nt St. I.oula, Hnltlmnre
4'ineirinutl nnd Other l'lacm.
RAI.TlMOIin. Arrll 22-Klour dull: Wentera
super. $:.3'iii2 40; Woltem extra, $2.4'4i; Ast
crn rnndiy. '-' 3.3.i; winter wheat patents.
$J.s ':. i; prlntf wheat patent?. $2. 93 j 4.20; ."prime
wheat ftraightt. f3.3'-j 3.e3; receipt, 14.573 brl;
exjMirt. 237 brl.s. IVht-at iulet; opot an.l month.
7is7,4c; May. 7(Vji74c; June. 7rc afked;
July. 7S4c asktd; earner No. 2 red. 7644i T4c;
reedpt". 4'.22 bu; Southern, by ample. 72i7Vc;
South rn. oti prade. 774'7ic. t'orn stronif ni
hiKli-r; mixed, t-pot. 4S4'jj44c; th month anJ
May. 4S4'ut4c; steunw-r mixed. 474ti47 4c: re
ceipt.. :...4 bu; exi-orta. H.a43 bu; Southern
white corn. 4s'4s4c; Southern yellow corn. 4o
af-ked. tat ttady; No. 2 white. 33'ii334c; No. 1
mixed. 31i314c; receipts, 43.6:s bu; exporta none.
ST. I.OLIS. April 22. Flour Iette4-; patent.
$3 6Ji 3 t': extra fancy and tralnht. $3.l3uS.2ö;
clear. $2.7''i;2.S'i. Timothy ed nominal; aver
age receipt?. $2.73li S.3o; prime worth nmre. 0rn
meal hiahtr at $2.23. Rin atea!y; sacked, east
truck. 71'oT.V; this Fide. 7.V. Hay ntady; tlm
thy, .kmu I4.3'J; prairie. ii.,W'aU. Whisky
ttf.i3y at $1.27. Iron cotton ties. $1. HafglnR.
C4'j7c. Hemp twine, Sc. Iry-Halt meats
(bXfd) ulea.iy; extra shorts. Sü.23; clear ribs.
$S.374: cPar kPIcs. $S.3t. Racon boxed) steady;
extra ?hort. $: clear ribn. $..124; clr f.des,
$9.23. Receipts Flour. 7.1'0) brls; wheat. 24.l0
bu: com. Zl. bu; oats. 67.m bu. Shipments
Flour. ll.fMi brls; wheat, 26.(xK) bu; corn, 6,000
bu; oats. 22.0h bu.
CINCINNATI, April 22. Flour oulet; fancy.
$.'53.4'; family. $2 .402.75. Wheat firmer; No. 1
red, 7t'.;z77c. torn flrrn snd higher; No. 2 mixed,
4C4c Oats firm; No. 2 mixed. 24'ö2öc. R
nrm; No. 2, 3w Lard flrm and higher at $8.124.
Hulk meatf quirt at $9.124. Racon steady at
$3.20. Whisky (distillers' flnUhed sjoods) firm on
a bsxis of $1.27. Sugar Urm; hard reft ned. 4.h'tf
LlVKlilWU April 22 Wheat-Spot dull; No.
2 re l Western winter, 5s 104d; Nu. 1 northern
spring, f. 41; No. 1 California. f ld. Com
Spot hrni: American mixed, new, 4s 24d; Amer
ican mixed, old. 4 d. Hams Short cut firm at
43s 6d. Hacon Cumberland cut flrm at 4s;
short-clear backs firm at i'J. Shoulders, square,
firm at 33 Sd.
TORKDO. April 22 Wheat active and higher;
casli. 7."4c; May, 754c; July, 73e. Corn actlvs
and Htrrijr; tash. 4."4c; May. 4"4c; July, 43c.
Oats uiiet and firm; cash. 274c; May. 2ic.
Rye, 32c. Cloerfd quiet and firm; cash aod
prime. $8.60; October, $3.4(1.
MIRWAFKKR. April 22.-Rarley dull; No. I,
tTJj'i&c; samplo, 4(Ka34c.
Uutter, Rkks find Cheese.
?:F.V YORK. April 22.-Rutter steady: fresh
creamery, ir.Jj'.l'V?; fanty. Ill; 134c: Imitation
creamery. 134Wl74c; stat dairy. 154iPc. Cheesa
steady; fancy latjre. colored, liyil4c; fancy
larpe. white, pifrtilc; fancy small, coIot1. IS
tl.'4c; fancy small, wlilte. Iltn2c. Frgs steady;
Stat. and IVnnsylvanla. 14fil44c; Southern. 13'4c;
We-ttrn, rtiiage, J4ul44c; Western, regular
packed. 14 d 344c.
IMNI.ADRI.PIHA. Alrll 22. Rut t er quiet but
steady; fancy Wentnn creamery, 21c; fancy
Western prints. 22c; fncy near-ly prints. 23-.
FKK t-Tdy: fr-sh near-by. 13c; fresh Western,
14c; frth SouthweFtern. 13c; frsh .outliern,
13c. Chees jjet; New York full creams, fancy
mall. 1141; New York full cresm, fair to
tin Ice, 54" 1 llC
RARTIMORR. April 22. Rutter flrm; fancy Im
itation. lTTilfr-: fancy T-Hrr:-ry, 21ti22c: fsncy
ia'lle. 133; 16c; fnncy roll. 13iil4c; etoro acked.
Uli 12c. Kjrgs Ann; fresh. iSVjl". Che?
Mtady: laiue an.! m?tllum. 114c: Tnall. llc.
KANSAS CITY. Aj.rll 22 Kirgs flrm; freh
Missouri und Kanas Hock. 11c -r lozen, ls
off. cases returned; new whltewool cases In
cluded. 4 tinre.
ClUCAtiO Ai-rll 22. On th Froduce Fxchanct
to-I:iy the butler market nt flrm; creamerit,
liii i:4; dairies. IKSlko. Ctifes. 94tillc.
ST. I)UIS. April r.-Hntter alfalj, creamery.
IC'ulc; ilalry, 14'u 17c. 1'pgs lower at 114 re
ickej and a"i lnclu1.l.
F.IJIN. April ::.-HtltHT te.i,Jy at Vc. To
day' off rings, 20 tul.a. Sale for the week,
CINCINNATI. April 22. i:ggs ütea.lr at 12c.
Luttcr liini. Cheese brm; Ohio flat, 114c.
NRW YORK. April 22. Petroleum flrm; Fhll
Rif!phla and I5ltttnr. T.v; l'hilndetplita and
Hallimre, Pi bulk, 6..VjG.! c. Rosin quiet;
fttalrnd ctimninn t C'oJ, fl.f0. Spirits nf tur
limine ea?y at S3'(334f
WILMINOTOM. April 22. Spirits of turpentine.
nMhln dolr.jc. Ro?ln uteadr at I1.0-Vf l.pj. Cruds
turi-entln tjulet at $1.10 to f2.P). Tar steady at
OIL CITY. April .Credit balan-es. $1.20; csr
tlflttes, Lid. Shipments. 23S.1U1 brls; sver
ago. fcCfil brls; runs, J4I.SC4 brls; average. hj.7l
MONTPKLIKU. April 22. Indiana and South
R-lnva crude peircleum. M0 per brl; North Lima,
SAVANNAH. April tt.-Frirlts of turpentln
firm at 3144j$2c. Rosin firm anvl unchanged.
CHARL.KSTON. April 22 Spirits of turpenttns
steady at 31c. Rotn firm e.n l unchanf l.
NHW YORK. April 22. -The dry goods mAfkst
has not shown any material hang to-day. Ths
tit man! has been quiet in all denartmst.-ts on
home tradj accounts, and no business of ltnpor
tanco has b en reerdel ftr exiort. Rrown cot
tons Continus Irregular. Rlewched quiet. a.ivl,
out-ld of lea.dlr.ff tickets, favor buyers Coaraa
colored cottons slow. Prints dull and ginghams
Uiicliar.ed. i'rint cloths inactive and unchanfs!,
KCW ORLEANS. April 22 Cotfn steady.
Fales. 2.730 bal. Ordinary. L4c; good rtrdlnary,
C !-l.c: low rclldllrg. 7Sc; mMUlrr. 8 I-ic; gooi
nilddllng. Sc: middlitg fair. e. Recalota,
4.613 bale?; stock, 24 33 bales.
NEW YORK. April 22 "ottor cloed julst at
l-p.o higher; middling uplands, t 7-lCc; middling
gulf, 11-lCa Sabs. J.pil bab.
ST. IOFIS. April 22. lvultry flrm: rhlfkens,
8c; turkey?, tft; ducks. Vc; get-s., jg3c.
CRICAOO. April 22. Iced iultry steady;
chicken. iülf'c; turkeys, 1 P4c
CINCINNATI. April 22 Poultry firm; chickens,
4i;lc: turkjf, ii:c.
ST. I"CIP. April 22 W.k.1 dull and un
tt.anifd; medium gru1e. I2(tis4c; hMi nna,
KuK. ; 1'Kltt n.ne, P12c; tub wa.shf'1. 17ö:7c.
NKW Y RK. April 22. Wool lull; domestls
fit t-ce, 2i'u-7c; Texas, 13'jl7c.
ST. IHIS. April 22 Metals eWly.
firm at 4.224'"- Spelter firm at S.So-.
IViiftlons for Veternni,
Cert Ifi' ate? have betn issued to the following-
Issue of April 6: Additional Samul R. Ha
ve!.. MarHn. $12; Allen Oragg, Lowell. $.
lncretts-- .Iho.u M. Iy. Spencer, 114; I'hMt
Fchnmm. National Military ilonie. Marion. $1;
Janit-s H nd r. n. Wlnamac, $12; John Ha I ken.
National Military Rome. Marlon. S; Oolwrll U.
p. Autin. An.itTK.11, $17; Joecph . Ireland.
l'rdbtn. $; Wiliiam Al!n. Rlchm-jnd. $'.2;
S.w.hih1 Rabb. M -ntlcHo. $17; Oanlel It. Nei
tlifch. N-wb-rry. $!'; ltbam II. Jr-en. Kn r
.:;in. $17; P.iruln Wri-n. Peru. $12; Namu-1 if.
Sharp. "urti Hie. ; J17; Jo 1 h Clextnarr. Oretu
tov. n. $1.
Relsue RaitlKn Flannigan. Darl.ngton. $J;
Siini'i'l l'.antu. liiianport. t
)ri;lnal WMoas. etc. Mollie Oeor,et. Rvans
x ill--. JS. special accrued. April 5. Anna Yrrmm.
1 Kni-fjrt. Martha K. Mre. l,r.ct,. $4;
Smann lUrt.eji. arr-tt. $; Sarah High. Met,
War with Spain orlglnal John A. OrifT.tb,
l,.j of April S: Additional Janien l).lr
Or.-r.rbld. $12; Charles tl. liifr. Indianapolis,
t;:'. :-..t:nu I IIzll. Idavlll.-. $u.
Sui plemcntal Frederick Trenck. Ind!nrv)!ls.
Restoration and A 1c!lt!r.al Joseph R. Runt
(rieccastdi. Crown Point, $v
lncreast Alexander Thomas. Coryd.in. $; Ji.
K. In.i.n. M'nriv. $; Alb.-rt W. Keilr.
b.tih. J1J; Minion Powell. M. r m. $12; Sarr.j'l
UhllT. tb.hen. $?4; John M. la.-er. sr . Mscl-K'-n,
$'u; J ha F. Jarnrn, U:nli-Mtr, $12; V'm.
Wiillan, Rvan. 111". Is; sXN-al. April !'. Uf-n-jamin
F. Plaff. WeM.leld. $-4
riitlnul VVIJoss. etc Margaret Fox. Sh:oy
x Hi-. $12. sjccial acrued. April P, Sarah A
r.l'.'jnt, lndUnj;-ills, $17; Johanna Mitz, Line
War with Spain (orlglr.al) Wlllisja H. L4
Ii, Lapurte, $.