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THE INDIANAPOLIS JOÜRXAL. TOCKSDAY, UCTOBEK 31, 1001.
VITAL STATISTICS OCT. 30.
lah an.! J.irob i-V-s-.il. f.) Itturell avenu--. Kir!.
Lulu and II. Aiken. i'C'7 Erooksld-i aw-nw,
A:r-Ii.i an-J Kr.. Cart n. 23 Tcatur street.
Lu and John W. Raibach. lf-n Co-ne'.l av"
M il Kir. t an I LudwU Krall. Torbet street,
u-an an ! J . h HUhM'.l. I-ch Grove, girl.
A", n F. J!,i!rri an 1 Clara R.-.rir..
Nfwt -ri I. Hi.rll.rt .ml N-lli A. Carter.
Paul M. ('"'ir an.! Ali-- Hin-low.
Hill:- H. Th-ni;..n an! K.m.enr.e A. DufTey.
M .ir'.M Jf. jrkr ar.-l A'tth Wittmar.
Gu Gruff ar.l TIitc- i Cnntalsno.
AinoM If. i-Yt'y. jr. anl Km ma K rsey.
IInry Gralr :.iv! IWtha .-i'k r.
i t t rt R. li: ku al and iracc K. Watson.
J. ihn A. Sirr,;s .n nr.d LUÜ- I'.rinkman.
Lothar II rr!l ar t I.ii !) linnk worth.
Murk A. s'tu!u hi.1 i:-rtt.a M. Wl;eatly.
t'narUe Walt'-r R.-ynoM and Mate Isabella
Jl irry S. C.-nt! and Julia I'.. G-m;h.
J.hn Sherman M-!lln an l ?.Iaiy Y. Rrasan.
l'ra Andrews an. I Jenm. A. "arsn.
Tho;ra J. Stilie'i anl Kat Anna Krinkman.
riebe ra Mi,rs-y. twT.ty-nir.e year. 3
stone avenue-, tubercular m-.'iir.ziti.
Infant Aiken.-. n w--k. ll'.'T Rrook?ide av
rup, coriK-tl"n of bowel.
il').L'.MKNTS-A. I)lenr. 413 E. Washington.
Tel. 2::'.. Rranch work K. entrance Crown Hill
11 TIKNT-InV:lar.a " Marbie ." and Granite"
Work. Encaustic. T 1 1 floors. rnarb and tbe
wainscoting:. 147 N. Delaware. OIJ 'Phone tJi.
Fl'MlKAL DHC H CTO IIS.
FLANNEIi & RUCHANAN-lLlcensed
embalmers.) Can sh;y diphtheria and
scarlet lever. Lady ernbalmer for
ladies and children. 3J0 North Illi
nois stret. Telephon f4l. nw and old.
c. k. kkegklo.
i23 N. Delaware St.
TUTKW'ILEIt Ä SON.
Undertakers. 124 W
Market st. Tel. 21.
JOURNAL RISIVLSS DIHKCTOIIY.
Fas?enger and freight. Repairs and supplier.
P.LLDY & CO. 'Phones New 3170; old 22732.
Nw No. 211 Mass. ave.. 228 N. Del. I Tel. 84X
HOUSE & MAYIIEW. Practical Opticians.
106 Monument place. English Itotel block.
E. T. SILVICS i CO.. 10 !. Pennsylvania st
Free pamphlets and consultation.
THOMAS IC LELL. consulting engineer ant
patent solicitor. 14 Ingalls block. Indianapolis.
V. II. LCCKWOOD. pamphlet or any general
Information free of charge.
413-41S Lemcke Uulldlng.
bTE(iMKIEIt IJROS.. Oyster and Chop House.
13 N. Illinois st. Both 'phones 70.
bALK AND LIVEKY STAHLES
HoKACE WOOD. tCarriages. Traps. BucR
boards. etc.) 2i Circle. Tel. 1037.
THE PEERLESS FOUNDRY CO.. 710 Meek st.
New phone-. 2WZ.
II. C. 8TLVENS. New Style Wall Paper.
Lew price. 130 N". Senate aye. TeL 2 on
i- UNLKAL DIRECTORS
FRANK BLANCH ARD.
94 N. Delaware st. Tel. 41L Lady attendant.
Foil salc iii-:al estati:.
FOR SALE 0 feet by 130. best unarpropriateJ
corner for large flat, in sight of new govern
ment building. Cheap at any price. On market
to NovS only. T. A. GOODWIN 122JJ College.
REAL ESTATE Morton Place. Alabama t. ;
ten-room dwelling; modern improvement;;
hardwHd finish, a bargain at $i.jH. THE
M'GILLIARD t DARK. CO.. New 2C12. 147
East Market st.
roit sali: on tiiadi:.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Complete drug stock in
pood locality. Will sell at Invoice or trade for
g.xl rental property. INDIANAPOLIS DRUG
FOll SAI.K MISCKLLANEOUS.
FOR SALE All kind phade and fruit trees,
vines and fhrubs. Hl'HKHAIlT, 227 E. Ohio.
i on m:T-iiolscs.
FOt; RENT- s.-e llt at 131 E. Market; grouai
.loor. GREGORY A API'EL.
FÖK RENT Ten room dwelling, -'di Alabama
st., Morton Place-; all modern improvements;
$X. THE M'GILLIARD & DARK CO.. new
12. Rooms S and 8. Thorp block, 117 East
Füll 11CNT HOOMS.
FOR KENT Two furnishel rooms, with heat,
light, bath. 721 Park ave.
WAM'ili-MALC II CIL.
WANTED Gas fitters; rive good men to set me
ters. Address ALEXANDRIA GAS CO., Al
WANTED A your man that has had exp- ri
em: as an a.itant pressman. Write the Re
publican I'ublishiiiK Co., Hamilton, O., giving
experience an.l wages.
V ANTED For U. S. Army, able-bodied, unmar
ried men. between axes of 21 and 35; citizens
of United States of good chaiaeter and temper
ate habits, who can siak. read and write En
gli?b. For information apply to Recruiting Of
ficer, 25 North Illinois st., Indianapolls, Ind.
AVA T K II 1 1 1: Ll
WANTEI-$12 weekly copying letters at home;
either sex; incl-e two stamps with applica
tion. LAKE SHORE MERCANTILE CO.. Chi
cago. WANTED Ladies and bright boys to make$li
per month for two or three hours per day
copv'.ne letters. Write for particulars, inclosing
elf -addressed stamped envelope. MISS S. TILI
M AN. Van Wyck. S. C.
av. Lest cliop s.ey hruhe In city. Good cook
fron San Francisco, btrictly up to date.
DENTISTRY Dr. S. F. Earhait. rainless den
tist, by the systematic treatment. 114 W.
Wa&hlr.jton St., Iroa block, opposite H. P.
Wasson & Co.
NOTICE-Sheet meUl woik of all kinds JO
SEPH GARDNER. S3 Kentucky ave. Tele
NOTICE If in need of secona-hand building ma
tenal of any description call on or 'phone THE
INDIANAPOLIS WRECKING CO.. 1 ili Cornell
it. New 'Phone 3-9. OLD BUILDINGS
BOUGHT AND TORN DOWN.
All advertisements Inserted In these columns
are charged at very low rate of 5 cents a line.
No additional charge per line for biank or dash
lines. Telephone and your ad will be called
PALMISTRY MADAM DELPHI. Pa!mi?t and
clairvoyant; iv, II. Hours. 1 a. m. to 5 p.
m., 7 to ! p. m. 225 Indiana av.
L ANS Money on mortgages
12" r'.l Market treet.
FINANCIAL Pri ate money
C. F. SAYLES.
to 1 an on lnide
property. 6 per cent.
WRIGHT & CO.. J12
FINANCIAL M 1 1 e y to loan; long time; low
rate, no commislon. D. W. COFFIN. 41 Lom
Ti.s. FACIAL First-mortgage loans on linp'rovea
Indiai.apll property; lowest rates: privilege
Of i 1 ept m nt. SPANN At CO HS E. Market.
YlNANClAL Loans on city or farm property m
Indiana. l per t:nt. NO COMMISSIONS
l!oiey ready. C. N. WILLIAMS A CO.. 313-i;3
Un ck building.
FINANCIAL Rrai estate loans, not" less" than
I protnptly maue on approveu securities at
taorable rate and terms; large l-ianit solicited.
4 E. FlFlELDJw: Majestic bu.Iding. '
FTnÄN -1AL ""'
SALARY LOANS upon plain notes,
without iroitgspes or indorseis.
Eail-r 1 avnient. lxwer rates.
RELIABLE CREIHT O.
Room 2j1 Law Building. E. Market st.
NOTICE-Notl e to bidders: Notice I hereby
g1v-n that i-i .ni,H'Hl will l.e r' -.ivel It
the board of trut-en of the Central Indiana
Ilo ttal f r Ir-ane at tl.eir .:!! up to 2
o'clock p r.. Thursday, N- ember 7. l:ul. f.,r
th -rnt ruction of a hw?r on th hipitai
grounds. Plans and ;-c1ii, tlor.s aie on Hie
at the ot?" e of A l.d; h S..errer. ar. hltect. In li
ana Trust building. By order of Board of Trustee.
L ST Ten davs ago leinen white ticked setter
bitch. Return to JN(. (lASI'KR, 13 N. Penn
sjlvanla st. an l re-eve reward.
STOVES AMI IlEI'AIHS.
STOVE REPAIRS Stove repair and tin shop.
3.".3 Virginia av. New 'phone. 3475. Old 'phone
.-a. v K Mi JOEL STEEL RANGES AND
stoves. Quick Mea! steel rarges and gasoline
goods. HOME STOVE CO.. 117-113 S. Meridian st.
STORAGE The Union Transfer and Storage
Company, comer East Ohio street and Bee
line tracks; enly flrft-class storage solicited
rating and i'a 'king ok household
goods a specialty.
THE CARNIVAL FINANCES
DI'ITCIT SMALL AND A 2a PEK CET.
LEVY WILL HE MAI)!'.
The Mnnauers of the Attorint ion
Alopt n IlMolutin AuniiiMt All
Kindt of Hutvily iMin.
At a joint mtftin of the directors of the
IiMlianapoIis Fall Festival Society ami the
Mibscriljc-rs to the guaranty fund for the
recent carnival, yesterday morning, a linan
ciil statement was exhibited to the guaran
tors showing a deficit of only $1,. 107. S3. It
was promptly decided to levy an assess
ment of U. per cent. 0:1 the guaranty fund
to covr the deficit. The financial state
ment follows in full:
Telegrams and telephones..
. $16,05 vsj
Horse j how
Pain's fireworks ..
. . 300.00
Concessions gate expense
1 ,30 .83
This showing is regarded as unusually
good In view of the fact that last year
something like JlS.OoO was received by the
carnival promoters as a guaranty fund and
that not only that amount, but all the in
come from attractions was consumed, leav
ing a deficit of about $5,000. The managers
took a decided stand against what has be
come known as the "carnival spirit." Here
after tne fall festivals will not be known
On motion' of Gavin L. Payne, seconded
by Ferd. L. Mayer, a resolution was unani
mously adopted declaring that the associa
tion dis-countenances what has come to bo
known as "the carnival spirit," wherever
such term is taken to mean a license to
offer insult and public disorder, and the
resolution further requests the municipal
authorities to adopt stringent measures to
prevent confetti throwing and rowdyism on
the streets during these gala occasions.
The great success of this year's horse
show has decided the Carnival Association
to Include a much more elaborate hurse
show In the list of next year's festival fea
tures. Mr. H. F. Hackedorn expressed regret
that the carnival was not ready to be
opened on the first night of the week. He
said that with the Immense crowds that
were drawn down town by the big grotesque
parade the midway could have been crowd
ed and several thousand dollars taken in
had the gates of the midway been open.
This would have prevented a deficit.
The Festival Association, which is a per
manent enterprise, will hold its annual
meeting in January, by which time It is
expected to have a plan for next year's
CITY NEWS ITEMS.
Glenn Diddle, living at 1711 College ave
nue, entertained the "Sheihks." a fraternity
of the M. T. 11. S., last night. A short
business meeting was held during the even
ing for the purpose of arranging for sev
eral night entertainments during the holi
days. A report that the Knight & Jillson Com
pany, eteam and gas fitters, on Pennsyl
vania street, is about to dispose of its prop
erty to the Crane Company, of Chicago. Is
not confirmed by employes of the com
pany. Mr. Jillson, the head of the firm,
is in the East.
A. D. Meyer & Co. were awarded the
contract yesterday for supplying the State -house
with coal for the ensuing fiscil year.
Rids were received on the assumption that
0 tons would be sufficient. Meyer &-. Co.
bid $0.of per ton. which was 00 cents lower
than the highest bid.
The New Lisbon Telephone Company filed
articles of association with the secretary
of state yesterday, naming its capital as
$.'"0. The company will operate In Dudley,
Liberty and Henry townships, Henry coun
ty. Indiana. The directors are J. M. Mer
c r. John A. Miller, H. H. Koons and J.
Complaint has been made to the Roard of
Works that the contractor for the new
Claypool Hotel building is taking advan
tage of privileges granted him by the
board. The Court-street sewer has burst,
it is said, as the result of his excavating
too far under Court street. Permission was
granted him to make excavations, but only
to a point even with the sidewalk.
Robert, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs.
James R. Ryan, died yesterday at Denver,
Col., of consumption. He had been In deli
cate health since childhood, and in May
last went to Denver In the hope of improv
ing his health. He gradually grew worse
and a few days ago his parents were sum
moned to Denver, as he could not be
Yoiiiik Hoy Itadly Injured.
Frank Rearswilt. a sixteen-year-old lad
residing with his parents at No. 212S Adams
street, Rrightwood. suffered a severe and
painful Injury in the repair shops of the
I.. D. & W. Railway at Moorefield. a few
miles west of the city, about Z o'clock yes
terday afternoon. Young Rearswilt's left
hand got caught In a machine at which he
was working as a helper, and he suffered
compound fractures of the bones in the
hand. He-was taken at once to his home,
where he received treatment from Dr. W.
M. Wright, the railroad company's sur
geon. Ml HAT HALSTE IVS
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BIG FOUR ANNUAL MEETING
W. II. NEWMW (iOKS INTO THE Di
li ECTO Ii V OF THE C, .. C. A ST. L.
C C, C. 4 St. L. Mntnnl Ilenefit Aaso
cintion nmeroii Official Chnne
Will Occur To-Morrow.
The stockholders of the Cleveland, Cin
cinnati. Chicago & St. Louis Railway Com
pany, at their annual meeting In Cincinnati
yesterday, elected the following-named di
rectors: James Rarrctt of Cleveland, Alex
ander McDonald of Cincinnati and W. H.
Newman of New York. The first two were
re-elected, and Mr. Newman was chosen
in jlace of George A. Farlow, of Boston,
whose term expired. Walter P. Rllss was
elected to fill the vacancy caused by the
death of George P. Bliss, whose term ex
pires in lli2. There were 53,027 shares of
preferred stock and 210,11) of common rep
resented at the election, about 70 per cent.
The directors will meet in New York next
week to elect officers.
V. A St. Ii. 1 11 m urn ace.
The members of the C, C C. & St. L.
Mutual Insurance Association held their
annual meeting last evening, following a
dinner at the Grand Hotel, at which most
of the members were present. At 8 p. m.
they met In the ordinary and listened to
reports by J. Q. Van Winkle, president of
the association, and by M. C. Horton, gen
eral secretary. The report of the latter
showed that the membership numbered lilt);
during the year there were twenty-four
deaths, on which J21.S77 benefits were paid
to legal heirs of the deceased. In the thirty-two
years the association has been or
ganized there has been disbursed In death
benefits $'ir,i,43!U5. President Van Winkle
made n short address, which was followed
by remarks by a number of the older mem
bers of the organization, the talks being
largely reminiscent in character. President
Ingalls contributed to the association his
usual sum, $70o, for which the members re
turned thanks. J. Q. Van Winkle was
unanimously re-elected president and M. C.
Horton general secretary. Only slight
changes were made in the several commit
tees. There were In attendance a number
of the founders of the organization, one
being John Brunton, now chaplain of the
Denver & Rio Grande. Every division of
the Big Four system was represented.
.Northern Pacific Affairs).
The New York Times says this morning:
"The only new developments In the North
ern Pacific Railroad situation Wednesday
was the appearance of Chicago & North
western as a factor in the settlement. As
a matter of fact, it was learned from a rep
resentative of the Harrirnan interests that
the Northwestern has been conslderd in
the settlement from the first. The Chicago
& Northwestern is the Chicago connection
of the Union Pacific and its interests are
closely identified with the latter. It forms
a connecting link between the Vanderbilt
and the Harrirnan systems, and is supposed
to be controlled in the interest of both. Re
garding the many rumors aiout the North
ern Pacific affairs which circulated In Wall
street during the day, it was learned that
they were almost entirely without founda
tion. The report that an announcement of
a settlement will be made before the end of
the week was characterized as untrue by
one of the gentlemen interested In the
matter. The same authority is responsible
for the statement that it may be several
weeks before the matter can be perma
nently disposed of. When the settlement
shall have been finally made it will be on a
basis which will preclude any possibility
of the questions involved arising again as
Xew Traffic- Alliance.
The Chicago Chronicle says this morn
ins: "A new transcontinental railway sys
tem Is to be formed. The Pennsylvania and
Santa Fe roads are planning an alliance.
Heretofore the Pennsylvania's connection
to and from the West has been the Bur
lington, which has become the property of
the Morgan-Hill syndicate. The scheme is
not a financial proposition, but merely one
involving close traffic relations."
Personal, Local and General otes.
C. E. Schaff, general manager of the Big
Four lines, passed through the city last
night en route to Chicago.
On Nov. 1 John L. Pennington will take
the position of general live stock agent of
the St. Louis & San Francisco lines.
On the Pennsylvania lines there are now
ls2.i0 freight cars, and an official says had
they another l"0,0o0 they could be used to
good advantage. 1
President Norton and the owners of the
Toledo, St. Louis & Western have for a
couple of days past been inspecting the
lines, terminals, etc.
Charles Rockwell, general traflic man
ager of the Monon lines, was In the city
yesterday. He reports business with the
lines very satisfactory.
Frank Arnold, national secretary of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, is
making an extended Eastern trip in the
Interests of the organization.
Since July 1 the Peoria Ac Eastern has
earned $!12,il7 more than in the correspond
ing period last year. The Big Four lines
proper show an increase of ?074,o73.
As predicted by M. E. Ingalls, president
of the Big Four, would be the case before
New Year's, the common stock of the C,
C, C. & St. L. yesterday passed par.
T. F. Whittlsey, formerly general super
intendent of the Toledo & Ohio Central,
will on Nov. 1 become general manager of
the Toledo Railway & Terminal Company.
The Panhandle is so pressed with business
that engines are being transferred from
the parent line east and from the Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne & Chicago to move the busi
ness. W. D. Holiday, for some years assistant
general freight a pent of the Big Four at
St. Ixiuis, will on Nov. 1 go to Pittsburg as
assistant general freight agent of the Wa
bash. C. M. Taylor, master mechanic of the
Santa Fe at La Junta, has b-n transferred
to Raton, where he will be master mechanic
of the Rio Grande and New Mexico di
visions. The Pittsburg & Lake Erie people have
set aside Sl.Ooy.ooo to expend on improve
ments in 1H)2. The road Is 140 miles long,
but In the year ending June 30 earned
Charles L. McClure. who represents the
Lehigh Valley road at St. Louis, is In the
city. He is a son of the late E. R. McClure,
for many years superintendent of the In
dianapolis & St. Louis.
In order to facilitate the moving of coal
ami to relieve the blockade of the mines
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company has
decided to place orders Immediately for
13.010 pressed steel cars.
A. Q- Tauant. formerly located at Indian
apolis, now general agent of the Chicago
S. Northwestern at Pittsburg, is in the city.
At Pittsburg, he says, the problem Is how
to furnish cars called for.
It is stated that Walter J. Nichols will
succeed D. J. Holiday as assistant general
freight agent o? the Big Four lines at St.
Ixiuis. Mr. Nichols I now general agent
of the company at St. Louis.
The Lake Shore has placed a contract
with the Haskell Ä: Barker car works at
Michigan City for 0) box cars. oo.Om pounds
capacity, and they will be put in service
on the I-rake Erie & Western.
The court has ordered the . Cincinnati.
Lima A: Milwaukee road sold. Financial
difficulties were encountered and the bond
holders could not reach an agreement. The
date of sale has not been fixed.
The Pennsylvania people have under con
templation putting on a fourteen-hour ex
press train between Cleveland and New
York city, it may go over, however, until
the spring time table takes effect.
James Gilduff. who has run an engine on
the St. Louis division of the Big Four forty
ears. will if tire on Nov. 1. owing to ad
vanced age. He owns a good home in Mat
toon and a fine farm near that city.
The refunding mortgage of the Chicago.
Indianapolis V- Louisville provided for an
issuance of $13.0.o of bonds. Interest at
0 per cent, is payable on $1.70.0oo of these
bonds, the remainder bearing 0 per cent.
The Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul will
on Nov. 1 establish a new sleeping car line
into the copper country, leaving Chicago
daily. Prominent points touched are Mil
waukee, Ishpeming. Negaunee and Mar
quette. Receiver Hopkins, of the Peoria. Decatur
& E.ansvllle. Is now out ot a Job. Judge
Humphrey, of the Circuit Court, has ap
proved his final report, and the Peoria.
Decatur -.'c EvansviJIe is a full-fledged 1 1 1 i
iio.s Central line.
The Baltimore & Oh.o management an
nounce! that Its plan of reorganization will
become effective Nov. 1, and the five re
cently absorbed lines In Ohio and Pennsyl
vania will become divisions under the cen
This week forty-three passenger ami
freight officials of the Chicago & Alton
have been going over the system acquaint
ing themselves with the situation at di-vi.-ion
points and terminals and securing
information as to connections.
C. A. Garcelon, who on Nov. 1 will be
come general manager of the operating de
partment of the Pullman Company, was
for years a Pullman conductor. On Nov. 1
a new system of operation of sleeping and
dining car service becomes effective.
It was announced last night that the new
division of the Wabash Railroad, between
Toledo and Chicago, will be open on Nov.
0 with a schedule ef three trains each way
daily. Trains Into Cleveland over the Wa
bash, It Is expected will be run a few days
A track expert who on Mond ry rode over
the western division of the Peoria Ar East
ern expressed surprise at the excellent con
dition of the road, especially between
Champaign and Pekin. ninety miles,
which is a piece of track and roadbed of
the highest standard.
The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy will
issue an order requiring heavy freight
trains to stop only at Important stations.
At present these trains stop to pick up
stock or other freights carried on fast
freight trains. Hereafter a special fast
train will do this work.
The understanding In railroad circles is
that the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
next season will announce the same ex
traordinary low excursion rates from East
ern to Colorado and Utah points as the
past season. The Rock Island is in a posi
tion, to propose and carry out low excursion
Beginning on Sunday, the Lake Shore
will put on a new fast train for Cleveland
passengers to New York and Boston. The
train will be known as the New York and
Cleveland special, and will leave Cleveland
daily at 2:5o p. m., arriving in New York
the next morning at S o'clock and in Boston
at 11:23 a. m.
The Cincinnati. Hamilton & Dayton has
increased Its order with the Barney-Smith
car works at Dayton from 20o to ,V0 cars, i
the last LOO being for service on the Indi
ana. Decatur Ac Western, which greatly
needs cars. Next month the American Car
and Foundry Company w ill also .K gin the
delivery of 200 new cars to the Cincinnati,
liamilton A1-. Dayton.
Passenger earnings of the Lake Erie &
Western in the year ending Dec. 31, l'.0o.
were $130.oon in excess of any former ye-ir
in the road's history, and this year an In
crease of at least $220.M will be shown
over l!"). General Passenger Agent Daly
states that very satisfactory results have
been realized from their Sunday excursion
business, which will close with Sunday
The Wabash is withdrawing all of its
best agents on the Eel River, now the Lo
gansport AV Toiedo road, of which the latter
will take full control on Nov. 15. These
agents are transferred to new stations
opened on the new Toledo-Chicago cut-off,
and most of the trainmen who have been
employed on the Eel River road will con
tinue In the employ of the Wabash on other
George W. Kittredge. chief engineer of
the Rig Four lines, was in the city yester
day. He states that the Big Four enters
the winter in excellent physical condition.
The past season 1S.O00 tons of new steel rail,
weighing eiehtv nounds to the yard, were
laid, fcOO.noO new ties placed under the track
and considerable work done in reballasting
with gravel and broken stone. The Bee
line truck between Cleveland and Belle
fontalne is now double, with the exception
of forty miles, and much has been done in
strengthening bridges for the heavier loco
motives. A bill was filed in the United States Cir
cuit Court at Springfield. III., yesterday by
the Central Trust Company, of New York,
and James Cheney, of Indiana, against the
Champaign Ac Eastern Railway Company
to foreclose a mortgage given March 1, 18S1.
to secure an issue of $174.0" in bonds, and
also covering a general bond Issue of the
Wabash. St. Louis & Pacific Railroad of
June 1. 1SW. on which principal and interest
has been defaulted, and for tne sale of the
roau and for an injunction restraining the
owners from selling or otherwise disposing
of the property.
SCONCE'S HIGH SCORES
HELD HIGH Cl'.V. MISSING BIT FOIH
OUT OF POSSIIILE 1GO.
Largo Crowd of ViisilinK Shooters
lreent nt Gun C'luh Tournament
Cnp Event t'nflnlahed.
Darkness prevented the twenty shooters
who were entered in the Grand Hotel cup
event at the sixth interstate autumn tour
nament of the Limited Gun Club from
finishing the event yesterday afternoon.
The event was for fifty targets and only
twenty-rtve were shot before dark. Some
of the entries were in favor of continuing
the match, but the majority agreed to post
pone the finish until to-day at 2 o'clock.
Sconce was the only one who shot twenty
five straight In the first half of the event.
The tournament is the largest ever given
by the Limited Gun Club. There were
thirty-seven entries in part of the events,
and most of the scores were exceptionally
high. Sconce held the high gun for the
day, missing but four out of a possible 160,
Including the two live sparrow events at
fifteen and ten sparrows, respectively, and
the twenty-five In the cup event. There
were many visiting shooters present from
Noblesville, Peru, Warren, Zlonsvllle, Den
ver, Col.; Greenville, O.; Sidelle. 111.; St.
Paul, Ind.; Shelby ville and Crawfordsville.
The scores for the day were as follows:
iJ0 J5 15 V J' 13 13 10 Vo 13
I 1 2IS 451675"fi10
Trirp Si" 141 1 I 1 H I 8; löj 13 10 IS j 7
Cooper 9 13 13 13 I 12 14 7 14 It
Kirbv 11 H 12 fc H 10 10 u I3
Arnold 7 lSl 12 13 li Li 11 9 13 11
Partington H T4 1-i 13 9 J .. 9 15 11
Parry S 14 13 11 S; 11 12 9 1 15
Kuerst fcl 15j K. 151 10i 10 11 S 12, II
Comstock Si 13 13 13 9 .. .. 9 13 13
Delunch 61 13i S 9 7 .. 10
Howard loj 14 15 14 9 14 II 9 14, 13
Link 9 .. 12 11 9 .. .. &i 12 12
Drummond 6j 121 l;;l 1" 8I :;
Graham 7 12 9i 11 6 6.. 5 .. ..
Karrell 7 9! 11 13 8 .. .. Sj 13 12
Michaelis 13; 14,1 1! 8 11 11 lf 13 15
S.piier 10 14 1 14 15 loj .. .. 10 14 14
Tack 10 14 1 12 14 ..j 11 ..
Clark 9 15 14 15; 1': 13 13 9 14 15
Fisher R 111 irl 14 9 8 10 9 12 12
Sconce 101 isj 151 14 101 13! 14 10 15 15
Neal 10 j 12 111 ll H 14; 14 7 12 11
Ulake 9; 14j 15j 111 K ll 9 10 15j 14
I)unl,ar D 12 10 ir, lit 9 .. 10 15 14
Savie 11 13 7 9j 8 8 .. ..
Stilwell 12 12 7 9 .. 7 13 1 12
Moller 9 H 7j 12 S 8
Owsler 121 71 .. .. 61 10 ..
Loohr 7 1 2j .. ..
Murphy 12 7 .. .. 9 11 ..
Shelburn j 71 7 .... 3 6 ..
Kllsworth 1I 7 .. .. 7 11 ..
P.ussell 12 10 .. .. 9 14 1
Wilcox " ..I 3
Jones 7 ..I .. 8 .. 12
Meredith Sj S
Heck t 1" 1 11
Jones j 13' 15 S 13 ..
Mullen I 9 9 8 .. ..
Atkerman .. .. 9i 10 11
P.ell j ..( .. Si 101 12
Events 7 and 9 were sparrow events.
Anxiety ALout Five Hoy.
Three mothers and one father appeared
at police headquarters last night and tear
fully explained that a son of each and an
other boy five boys In all left home yes
terday morning and had been heard from
but once since. The message was in the
nature of a rumor and to the effect that
the five boys had started for Danville. III.
Their mothers were almost overcome with
grief. The oldest boy is fifteen and the
youngest thirteen years of age. They are
Paul Tawson. Marion Moser. Charles Good
noe, Raymond" Kemp and Lewis Wiley.
Ciitar .Makers' I'nion Dance.
The Cigar Makers' Union last night gave
a ball In Germania Hall for the benefit of
the organization that was attended by
nearly all of the members of that union
and many affiliated with other branches of
organized labor. There were fifty couples
in the grand march, which was led by Wil
liam Ewald and Miss Zetta Klump. A
dance of twenty-three numbers followed.
Besides the dancers there were many spec
tators in the balcony, and many were on
the floor that were not in the grand march.
Girl Arrented for Junk Stealing;.
Bertha English, a colored girl living on
Merrill street, went to the yard of Webb
At Jameson, on Henry street, and carried
mvay ä lot of pig iron. She was found in
a junk shop by Bicycle Policemen Streit
and Losh and arrested before she could get
the money for it.
H00-H00S LOOKED MEEK
CAl'SED nV SIX DEFEATS TO THE
Ramblers) Rolled the High Scores, lint
Lot One Game (.raff Again
n Factor The Scorea.
Standing; of the Club.
Club. Won. Lost. Pet.
Tish-i-mingo 2K 7 .V.W
Rambler 25 11 .0.4
Dewey 22 14 .611
Prospect 1 17 .52S
Compeer 15 21 .417
Hno-Hoo 14 22 .3S9
Electric 12 24 .533
Melrose 8 2S .2.
The Tish-l-mingoes rolled a consistent
game last night and defeated the Hoo-Hoos
six straight games. The Ramblers rolled
the high scores of the evening. Graff help
ing the first division with scores of 193, 241
and 19S. The second division succumbed to
the Prospects in the third game, preventing
the Ramblers from taking a straight series
of victories. The Dewey and Melro?e
teams engaged in a hard fight, and split
even on the evening. The Electrics won
four from the Compeers. The scores were
TISH-I-MINGOES VS. HOO-HOOS.
Itav 15S 15S 194 Kline 154 l.'.S 134
Jay 187 K) ... KM. 155 170 163
T;i:b-rt 1-9 Krinkmeyer lüi 1!9 US
Parmer 1C4 156 1M Ku'denb'um 167 174 141
Pritchett ....1S3 203 lW Meyer 167 182 1G1
li'j'.-hanan . . 2o3 175 174
Totals 8J3 833 721
Totals ....835 852 SSI
Sielken 143 1 H. Rinne. . . .246 1 175
TallK-rt 18. lfis ...iC. Refener..l43 150 142
Taylor 1SI 162 15 C. Rinne. ...191 m 13
Oardner 142 176 164 Pranxe 126 143
Partlow H6 13 165 Hartz 145 21'3
Klnimell ....150 1S3 213
Totals ....580 7S5 801
Totals 81 831 870
RAMBLERS VS. PROSPECTS.
(City Club Alleys.)
.193 241 PHI Fox 171 142 114
.167 ! . 220 1 11. C'chman.140 152 132
.177 162 17 K. C'chman.166 137 r.6
.16:i 113 150 Kerr 181
C. J. e!'dn'r.21S 20 133
! E. E. Hiler.134 204 1S.1
.922 899 902 1 Totals
Second Division. -
..812 867 764
....201 167 135 1 E. C. Hiler.199 131 1M
.137 170 167
T. Cory 157 .136 172
..132 14 163
..194 157 176
..191 16S 139
. Hilgm'er.155 159 10
Mahoney ....156 143 137
W. Moore... 153 147 1.38
Totals ....855 808 800 1 Totals ....820 71S 837
DEWEYS VS. MELROSE.
Romer 199 243 17S Hoskinson ..208 122 167
Linear 139 126 2)1 C.rei'steiner 193 164 130
Raron 17S 154 13S Enslow 190 130 14
Moyle 192 240 17 A. H'fTmeier.157 123 135
Gable 156 112 156 Gregory ....172 149 1'3
Totals ....S64 905 843 Totals ....920 7C8 73t
Clark 150 133 154 Enners 122 139 118
Hughes 115 Cobb 143 133 131
Adkins 13 ... 143 Youel 190 154 133
C. Hoyle 152 163 148 Astly 134 13 12S
Willworth ..169 153 ... C. H'ffmeier.l3S 143 146
Hampton 126 161
Rakemeyer 12J Totals ....727 710 656
Martin 1S3 ...
Totals ....722 700 735
COMPEERS VS. ELECTRICS.
152 ISO 177
.154 142 16
.171 165 153
.154 146 1S5
.164 144 167
...181 136 119
..159 133 169
...191 150 156
...1S3 124 14
Noltlng 140 167 157
.866 723 761 1 Totals .
..7S3 764 S34
.1G7 115 137 1 Burke 13 154 1C
.211 169 121 Lacker 14S 148 M
..165 14. 163 I Saltau
..163 154 143
..145 1 15 Roberts .
..121 133 145 I Dunn ...
..809 744 728 !
..143 136 141
....737 781 732
Match Game To-NIlit.
Gardner and Graff will bowl a ten game
match at the City Club alleys to-night.
Keeley Easily Won.
Artie Keeley, of the Kecley Brothers
team at the Empire this week, easily won
the bag punching contest for a $50 purse
with Frank Barry, of this city, at the Em
pire last night. Barry showed cleverness
with the bag. but claimed he was not ac
customed to the apparatus used by Keeley
and therefore was at a disadvantage. An
other contest was arranged for to-morrow
W. C. WHITNEY IN LUCK.
Ills Horse Water Shed, 25 to 1, Won
the Cambridgeshire Stakes.
LONDON. Oct. 30. There was a biff at
tendance at the second day's racing of
the Newmarket-Houghton meeting to wit
ness the contest for the Cambridgeshire
stakes, the principal event of the meeting.
The result was a tremendous upset for the
betting men. W. C. Whitney's Water Shed,
the winner of the race, and ridden by
Johnny Reiff, was considered to be a rank
outsider, and started at 25 to 1 against.
Lord Wolverton's Osboch, which was sec
ond at the finish, was the favorite at 100
to 14 against. The betting on C. W. Woods's
Lascarls, third horse, was 10 to 1 against
Codoman, ridden by Maher, was greatly
fancied in France, but did not flatter his
supporters. M. Ephrussl, Codoman's own
er, Is said to have backed the horse to win
40,x). Water Shed won by a neck after
an exciting finish. The American horse re
mained In the rear until the bushes, when
he took up the running, followed by Las
caris and Osboch. The latter drew in, inch
by inch, but little Reiff drove his mount In
great style and landed him first. Three
cpuraters of a length separated second and
Mr. Whitney's Spectrum and J. R.
Keene's Chacornac were the only starters
in the Subscription stakes; distance one
mile. Spectrum, ridden by J. Reiff, won.
Pax (Maher) won the Wednesday welter
handicap; distance one mile and a half.
J. C. Dyer's Lady McDonald (Jenkins)
won the new Nursery plate; distance, five
furlongs. Pistol (Maher) won the Moulton
stakes; distance, five furlongs. The Amer
icans thus won five out of the seven races.
Winners nt Home Tracks.
CHICAGO. Oct. 30. Denman Thompson,
ninntr of the recent special race at Worth
over St. Marcos, Argregor and Six Shooter,
met defeat at Lakeside to-day in the
feature race of the card, a purse event at
a mile and three-sixteenths, for all ages.
The winner was S. C. Hildreth's Rolling
Boer, which had to set a new track record
for the distance (2:01 2-5) to beat Denman
Thompson a neck In the hardest kind of a
drive. Winners in order: Wing Dance, 4
to 1; Searcher. 2 to 5; Bunton. 8 to 5; Roll
ing Boer, y to 5; Eva Rice, 3 to 5; Frank M,
5 to 1.
NEW YORK, Oct. 30 There was some
spirited racing at Aqueduct to-day. Only
two decided favorites won. both at odds on,
but well-played horses took the other four
. , V . I ... ... rt. . , 1 ' I f
ST. LOUIS, Oct. X One equal first
choice, three first choices, one second
choice and one outsider were first past the
post at the fair grounds to-day. Winners
in order: Le Flare. 11 to 5; Samivel. 10 to 1;
Eleven Bells, 9 to 5; Peaceful. 10 to 2; Lady
of the West. 3 to 1: Blue Blare, 4 to 5.
CINCINNATI. Oct. .-.The first hurdle
race run over the Latonla track In years
was decided to-day and was a very exciting
spectacle. Eleanor Holmes won. Winners
in order: Water Edge. 7 to 2; Suave, ti to 1;
Eleanor Holmes, 8 to 5; J. H. Sloan, 15 to 1;
Jane Oaker. 3 to 1; Kunja. 4 to 1.
Ritt Horse Sale To-Day.
At the I'nion Stockyards to-day nearly
two thousand head of brood mares and
young stock will be sold at, auction by
Colonel Bain, a Kentucky auctioneer. The
horses are from the Grasslands farm. Most
of them are from one to three years -old.
events, eacn onus t iu i. ö inner? in
order: St. Trinnen. 3 to 1; Dr. Riddle, 5 to
1; Barouche. 5 to 1; Kilogram. 4 to 5; Re
tormer, 5 to 1; Oom Paul, 3 to 5.
GMAPB - FAUST FAMILY
CUSHMAN, H0LC0MÜ and CURTIS; STUART, RURTON and BROOKS; MLLC.
RIA LT A; MACKLR and LESTLR, and AIR. and MRS. CRAM:; lilOURAl'M.
Matinee Daily 10V. 2.V. Every Night 10c, J.V, 5 K.
LOCAL TRADE IS SLOW
WARM WEATHER AND THE MONTH'S
END CHECK IH SINESS ACTIVITY.
Grocern Are Ahout the Only Dealer
Whoae Säle Are Not Reduced h
Theae Condition Grain Market.
Trade in several lines has a dragging
tendency. More especially is this notice
able with the dry goods houses, the confec
tioners, boot and shoe and hat and cap
merchants, milliners and on Commission
row, where it is attributable to the unusu
ally warm weather for late October, and
the fact that there is but one more business
day in this month. But no complaint is j
heard, as the volume of business has been
large until the last two or three days. Gro-
cers are busy. The green coffee market Is j
active with considerable fluctuation In
prices on account of conflicting reports
from Brazil. It is regarded as certain that
there is a marked shortage in crops and
j that prices will advance. Canned goods are
I good property, especially tomatoes and
1 corn. Attention Is called to the fact that
never in the past have stocks of tomatoes
in Maryland and the peninsula, still un
sold In first hands been as small at the
close of October as this year. In dried fruits
there is a better movement. Raisins, cur
rants and prunes are moving more active
ly. Navy beans are very firm at quotations,
but rule steadier than at any time in sev
eral weeks. On Commission row fruits and
vegetables are moving slowly, retail merch
ants preferring to let fruits decay on the
hands of the commission merchants than
in their own. Irish potatoes are selling
fairly well, with prices unchanged, but
weak in tone. Prices of apples and pota
toes, however, are nominally the same as
on Tuesday. Cabbage is easy at quotations,
as are onions and turnips. While there is
an active demand for choice butter, prices
are unchanged. Eggs are very firm and are
fast sellers at prices quoted. The poultry
market drags on larger receipts and a
moderate demand. Ducks meet with better
sale than hens or chickens. Turkeys are
slow sellers. Hoff products are moving fair
ly well at the revised quotations of Mon
day, hams and side meats being the best
sellers. Other lines are without new fea
tures. On the local grain market receipts yes
terday were light, only twenty-two cars
being inspected. There is a good demand
for old corn and for new, if the ears are
well filled. The oats market is firm, with a
good demand. Wheat rules steady and with
this the flour market carries a steady,
strong tone. Track bids, yesterday, as re
ported by the secretary of the Board of
Trade, ruled as follows:
Wheat steady; No. 2 red, 72c track; No. 2
red, 72c on milling freight; No. 3 red, 68X1?
Corn stronger; No. 1 white, 59Vic; No. 2
white, ö9ic; No. 3 white, SfcVic; No. 4 white,
55 i'y 57ic; No. 2 white mixed, 5Sc; No. 3
white mixed, 58'c; No. 4 white mixed, 546
5Hc; No. 2 yellow, öSe; No. 3 yellow,
RS-'Uc; No. 4 yellow, 54fc56;c; No. 2 mixed,
KHc; No. 3 mixed. SSc; No. 4 mixed, 54
5Cisc; ear, 55c.
Oats No. 2 white. SVS&Wio; No. 3 white,
3S?i3SVfcc; No. 2 mixed, 37G"37ic; No. 3 mixed,
Hay No. 1 timothy. $12.50313"; No. 2 tim
othy, $10.2010.75 per ton.
Inspections Wheat: Rejected, 1 car.
Corn: No. 2 yellow. 3 cars; No. 2 mixed, 1;
total, 4 cars. Oats: No. 2 white, 1 car; re
jected, 1; total, 2 cars. Hay: No. 2 timothy,
3 cars; No. 1 clover, 1; total, 4 cars.
Offerings on the wagon market were the
lightest yesterday of any day of the pres
ent month. Old corn met with ready sale
at 65 cents a bushel and good sound new
corn at 55 cents. Hay rules weak and to
meet with sale at best quotations had to be
really choice. A poor quality of hay sold
slowly and at low figures. The wagon
weighmaster reprted prices the same as on
Tuesday, as follows:
Corn New corn, 5255c per bu; old corn,
Oats 3S 40c.
Hay Timothy, choice, $11012; mixed, $S.50
0i0.5o; clover, $vffl0 per ton.
Sheaf Oats $iitl0 per ton.
Straw $56 per ton, according to quality.
Poultry and Other Produce.
(Prices paid by shippers.)
Turkey hens, 6c per lb; toms, 5c; hns, 6Vic;
cocks, 3c; young chickens, ec; ducks, 6c.
Cheese New York full cream, lio; domestic
S-is. 17c; brick, 14c; llmburger, 13c.
Butter Cholc roll, ll12c per lb; poor. No. 2,
Eggs 17c per dot.
Heeswax 3uc for yellow, 23e for dark.
Wool Merchantable medium, 16c; burry and
unmerchantable. 3ff5c less; coarss irrades, 14c:
fine merino. 10fll2c; tub washed. 24S27c.
Feathers Prims geeae. 30c per lb; prims duck,
20c per lb.
HIDES. TALLOW. ETC
Green-salted Hides No. 1, 9c; No. 2, Sc; No.
1 calf. lOc; No. 1 calf, 6c.
Grease White. 4c; yellow, 3Vic; brown, 2c,
Tallow No. 1. 4c; No. 2. 4c.
TUG JOBBING TRADE.
(The quotations rlve-n beiow are ths selling
prices of the wholesale dealers.)
Candies) and N'nts.
Candles Stick, 7c vr lb; common mixed. 7c;
grocsrs' mixed. CVic; Launer twist stick, fcc;
Banner cream raUeJ, lOQilc; old-time mixed. 8c.
NuU Soft-shaded amrids, 18320c; English
walnuts. 12314c; Brazil nuts, 10c; nlberts, 14c;
peanuts, roasted, 73c; mixed nuts, 12c.
Corn. S5cS$l-23. Pc&cbes Eastern, standard.
3-lb, J1.75Ü2; a-b econd. $1.4Jjl.Co; California
standard. $2.10'J2.0; California stconl. H.9ui2.
Miscellaneous lllirkbe-rrles, 2-lb, i5a9oc; rap
berrle. 2-lb. ll.25&l.0; pineapples, standard,
2-lb, $1.5541.50; choice, fZyZAQ; cove oysters,
1-lb. lull weUht, Uöc'afl; light. 60'q:65c: string
banr. 3-lb, fltfl.O), Lims beans, ll.2owl.23; pea,
marrowfats. '.'5c UR; tarly June. ll.Lyi.ii; lob
sters, $1.8532; tod cherries. SWcSf'fl; strawberries,
gsyfejc; salmon. 1-lb, twcul-i wb tomatoes, fly
Coal and Coke.
Anthracite (all si.) V per ton; smokeless,
J4.Ö0; Jackson. It; Pittsburg. $1; Raymond. II;
Winlfrede, $4; Kanitvha. J4; Luhrig. f J.7; Brazil
block, $3.23; Greene county, $3; Indiana lump.
$3; Biossburg, Ji; Iack. $1.75; Hocklug valley.
$3.75; lump coke, i0c tushel. $2.i0 per ton;
crushed coke, 12c pr bushel. $3 per ton. Bags,
25c per ton extra.
Alcohol. $2.57g2.:0. aafoetlda. 40c; alum. 2 ',4 3
4c; camphor, Wq'Qzi cotluneal, 6oy5c; chloro
form, iäiitüc; copperas, bris. &uc; cream tartar,
pure. 3'Jy33c; indUJ. CS'cSOc; licorice. Calab..
genuine. 334 40c; marFl. carb.. lj'ti--c;
morphine. 1. A v. ier oz. $2.2i'2.:0; mauder,
14al6e; oil. caror. per sal, $1.15yi.2i; oil ber
gamot. per lb. cpium. $3.7iö3.o; quinin. 1.
& W.. per oi. S433ao; bulj-am eopaloa. 60c;
boap caftile. Fr., I3ylc; soua. bicarb.. 2mc;
salts'. Epsom, l'.i lle; sulpl;ur nour. -ö5c. ait
peter, l'.14c; turpiUiie, 4'J'tf-Oc; glycerine, Lyt
20c; iodice potassium. $2 45'o2.5u; bromide potas
sium hVpidc; chlorate roth. lifti'Oc; borux. 'yj
12c; cinthonlda. 4-tt45c; carbolic acid. 3'.i,4;c;
cocaine, mur., S.05'uti.'-5.
Dry Goods. 4
Bleached Sheetings Androscoggin L. 7';c;
Berkley, No. V; Cabot. c; Capitol, 7',o;
. 'irbn,! 7e; Tjntht Anchor, ttc : Pruit of
Brown Sheeting Atl.ir.tlc A, Cc Argyle. S'ac;
Roott C. Vtc: ÜUCK-. Lrad. 6c; Clifton CCC.
bSc- Constitution, eo-incii. -,c; Carlisle, 40-in.li,
6c- Dwight btar. U". Gleit ails E. 54c; Ciimt
Fall J, ic; HN r,ne- ,c:, l"'iUl Head. 64c;
peppeitdl R, J4c; I'eppereil. I0-4. lie; Andro
coKgm. SM. 17c; Ar.uroacon.ln. I1-4. IS.
Pnnu Allen dress .ty . 3c; Allen TR, 41. c-All-ns
tobe. :'ic; Amcritan Indigo. 4-c; Ar
nold lor.K cloth B. .'ic: Arnold LLC. 6'ac;
Cocheco raticy, -c. y. 0 Jtittri-
mmHg. - - 1
Kio-nnished Cambri.-n Ldwaius, 3;4c; Vairen
, .. . 7V,-- tlei.esee. 2c. '
Tickings Amoskeas ---. lo'jC: Constoga UK
12'ie; Cordis 140. llc; toidls r. UlC; Coroie
... . at t a a II'..
dre.i. 7c; Rate. 5-c; J.aucast-r. 3l4c; Lancaster
dr-ss, 7c; Lis us. .' c; Fall m Nora. sc.
Grain Rags Amoskeag. Jli.30; American. $15.30;
Harmony, $15. 3o; Staik. $lo.
Coffee Oood. 1091:9; prime. 12314:: strictly
(runs. liSlic; u&cy green ana 7ow, is s 22c;
mac pinks ana p.jrpir, --. uno lancy,
Simpson's mourni.iKS. C..c; Simpson's L-iiin
sodas, -'.ic; Sim.j.n's eil I.nlsh. tic; American
ACE. llsc; .-lamm" ihr, im; Kinioi.j
fancy. 17c: Lenox l'jncy. Ifcc; Methuen A A. l,.c
Oakland AF. c; Pousmouth. ll'.jc; Su.qut lwln
r.a. 12 V; hetuokt &W, 6c; hvtucket t s'jc;
bwift River. S'sC.
AM I Si: ME NTS.
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32li5j22c; finest Mocha anl Java. 2J4j30c; Java
blend, 22c; Fancy blend, lie; Golden bl-nd. !&c.
Package Coffee City prices. Ariosa. 11.23c; Lion.
10.73c; Jerst-y, 11.25c; Caracas. l.7c; Lutch Java
blend, 12...oc; Dillworth's. 11.23c; Mall Pouch.
10.73c; (Jatts's blended Java. U.75c; Juv-O-Caa
(loo friction top tins In basket), 11.3c; Ellis
(cartoons), 15.2ic; Good Luck, 13.30c; Good Lucie
(, cases.). $7.S0.
Sugar City prices: Dominn, .02c; cut loaf.
C.C2c; powdered, 5.62c; XXXX powdrred. 5.67c;
standard granulated, 3.42c; fine granulated, E.42o;
extra fine granulated. &.52c; granulated. 5-!b
bags, 5. '7c; granulatad. 2-lb bags, 3.57c; cubes.
5.77c; mold A, 6.87c; confectioners" A, 6.22c; 1 Co
lumbia A, 6.07c; 2 Windsor A. 5.02c; 2 Ridge
wood A, 6.f2c; 4 Phoenix A. 4.97c: & Empire A.
4 92c: 6 Ideal eiolden Ex. C. 4.87c; 7 Windsor
Ex. C. 4.77c; 8 Rldgewood Ex. C. 4 67c; Yellow
Ex. C. 4.62c; 10 Yellow C. 4.3c; 11 Yslljw, 4. Sic;
12 Yellow. 4.52c; 13 Yellow. 4.42c; 14 Yellow,
4.42c; 15 Yellow, 4 42c; 16 Illow, 4.42c
bait In car lots, fcucüfl; small lots. $131.10.
Spices Peppsr. 17CUc; allspice, UfflSc; clores.
E'yUc; caieia, 1351&c; nutmegs, b-ltftlc per lb.
lieans Prime marrow, bu. $3.253 4u; prime
pea or navy, bu, $232.2;.; prims red kidney, bu.
$3tf3.25; Lima beans, lb, kVjifSc; German Lima
beans, lb. 74J?c.
Molasses and Struts New Orleans molasses,
fair to prims, ZS'uZ:-;; choice, 23y40c; syrups. 12
Rice Louisiana, 44Q64: Carolina. C3IVic
fehot Sl.6331.7Ci per bag for drop.
Lead Cs&7c for pressed bars.
W ood Dianes No. 1. per 1.000. $2?2 M; No. 2.
$2.5C'if2.75; No. 3. J2.50S3; No. 5. $30 3.25.
Twine Hemp. 12y i8c per lb; wool, tjJlOc: flAX
2X'630c; paper. 23c; Jute. 12315c; cotton. Iiö25c.
Woodenware No. 1 tubs. $0y6.30; No. 2 tubs,
5'iT5.M; No. 3 tub. MV4 30; S-hoo palls. Sl.tn;
2-hoop paiJi.. $1.4031.30; double washboards. $3 21
2.75; common washboards, Sl.tV.Ql.7s; clothes
pins, 6C6C3c rer box.
Straight grades. ?l'j4 2C, patent fiour, $4-203
4.45; spring wheat patents. $5.4J3i.SS. "
Iron and Steel.
Rar iron. 2.30c; horseshoes tar. 2.73Q3c; nail
rod. 7c; plow slabi. 4.3jc; American rast steel,
fc&llc; tire steel. 2S3!jc; spring steel. 4'iQ3c
Oak sole. 52327c; hemlock sole. 2725c;
res. 2434'ic; klrting, 2t,34oe; single strap
jc; nr, w- v , icih h ip, r".
city calftkln. Jc3$1.10; French calfkkin
.alls and Horseshoes.
.Steel cut nails, $2 C3; wire Balls, from store.
S2.C5 rates: from mill. $2 C5 rates. IlorMtr.oes.
per keg. $4; mule r.oes. per keg. $4 30; hore
nails. $45 per box. Earb wire, galvanized, $3.2;
painted. 13. 1J.
Linseed, raw, lie per gal; Unseed oil. boiled.
3ÜC per gal; coal oil, legal test. 8VJ4tc; bank.
47i;Vjc; btfct straits. 5o-; Labrador, 6c; W'e.t
Virginia lubrlcatlrg, 21320c; miners. 4c; larl
cils, winter strained, in Lrls. tj3frjc per gai;
half trls. 3c per gal extra.
Produce, I'rults und Vegetables.
Cranberrlc-$2.25 rr bu. $':.50 per brl.
p.ananas Per bu;ch. No. 1. $1.7532; No. 2, $L2I
Oranges S .
Lemons Mttslr.a. 263 to box. choice. $3; fan-
potatoes .'i .jC per bu.
e)taon-$l per bu; Sparlsh. $1.M per crate;
yi-llow Danve-r cnluns, $1 nr bu.
Honey White. 15e per lb; dark, 17c.
Cau'iflow er 11.30 jer doz
Apples Caking pi:-s. SI 251l.r-O per tri; eat
ing a; pies. V -25 pe r t il; fancy. $4.5o.
Sweet Potatocs-Jutey. $3 per brl; Ealtlmore
I"" TL :: .. . .
Prune Pium u pr r.a.i-uuimri crate.
Quinces $1.25 Ter bu.
Pis New California. 10c per lb.
tnuts-t3 .V ''r V bu.
e-ubbace Ianih. $1.2- per brl. $1 ir 10) lbs;
Hotii'-j-tic, $1 per t il.
Hams Sucar cure!. II to 20 lbs a erase. 11
012V: 15 lbs averau. 12JI2 -.c; 12 lbs average,
Lard Kettle rendered. llx.c; pure Urd. 1C ,c
Rcon Clear si le. I to cm lb. awrage. 10S;
2) to 40 ib aTag, l'c; 2) to 2 lbs average.
lie: de.ir t. K;.n. 23 to 3 1 lbs aversg. 1jc; 1$
to 22 !!' a-rad. 11c; 14 to 1 Iba ttTs, ll'.c;
t !far b.n-h. 'J to 20 lbs a-rdk'-. l' 'c; 12 tj
lö lts averutfe. K'1.--; i to 9 lbs aerae. 11c.
In drv salt !-.
Shoul .lers u to lb a era go. IV; 1 lbs
avtiag. I'j'.c; lo l 12 lbs average, i.e.
j;(.ril -('love. I r'.nie, S... i:r!U, clever
Al'-xKe, 7 tu v Alialfa. ,.. :r. $5 j
i, I Crin.M'ii lover. 14 5 1. I iii. tt.y. prime
extra prime. Fancy Kenl
lucky biutgms. S12'tl4.; tra clean. .Tic,
Orchard a.s. S:.WX 15. Itsa Up, kfHUL
EraUsä b.uegrsss. $2 2vw3.