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THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUKNAI THURSDAY. OCTOBER 31. lOOl.
Shonld You Deposit Your Money
1st It vüll be safe.
You can get interest on it.
3d You can Ret it, with interest, when
you need it.
4th If sickness or some other misfor
tune overtakes 3011, you are pre
pared. 5th It is the only systematic way to
Deposits of 51 and up are accepted at
any time. No regular amount is required.
OFFICES: COMPANY'S BUILDING
Cor. Wa4hintoa l. and Virginia Ave
A. M. FLETCHER
Member New York Stock Exchange
128 Broadway, New York
Transacts a general banking: business.
Keceires deposits subject to draft. Divi
dends collected and remitted. Acts as
fiscal agent for corporations and negotiates
security issues of railroads and other
Deals in Government Bonds and other
Commission Orders executed.
Accounts of Banks, Bankers,
Corporations and Individuals
Owners or Mit tin plat ive purchasers of stocks
or bond of reliable Indianapolis corporation
ar invited to post their bids or oft r on the
new LOCAL KXCJIAM; llUAltDatour ollwc
Make n a bona lido proposition and we will
Und you tue other party to tin- transaction.
Granger Farwell & Co.
Bankers and Brokers.
w York. Chicago. Indianapolis.
MEMBERS New York Stock Exchange
Chicago Board of Trade
Chicago Stock Exchange
New York Coffee Exchange.
With direct private wires we keep In con
tant touch with all principal markets. Gov
ernment bond boughtand sold. Money loaned
on approved collateral. Only firm in lndlana
carrying responsibility Imrxisrcl by MEMBER
SHIP iu New York Stock txchane.
1 N DIA NA POLLS RRA NCII:
SM South Pennsylvania Street,
Albert R. Thompson, .... Manager.
New Tel., '219. OI-I, TAL Main.
S5C0 Indianapolis Fire Ins. Stock.
5 1. SCO Belt R. R. Common Stock.
S5.000 Indianapolis (Jas Co
55,000 Union Traction
$500 American Cental Life Stock.
Also, two blocks of Bank Stock.
STOCKS and BONDS, Ingalls Block.
S. A. FLLTCHER CO.'S
Safe JDopossit Voult
30 East Washington Street.
Absolute safety against fire and burglar. Po
liceman day and night on guard. Designed for
aafa keeping of Money. Bond. Wills, De ds. Ab
stracts. Sliver Plate, Jewels, and valuable
Trunks, Packages, etc. Contains 2,103 boxes.
Rent f5 to $43 Per Year.
JOHN S. TARKIXGTOX Manager.
5300 and upwards.
Loaned upon Improved city property, grantln
yerm'.sslon to make partial payments. Interest
graded according to location arid character of
security. No delay.
C. P. SAYLES & CO.. 127 Eaat Market Street
The Wonder of the Age..
THH "OMEGA" ODORLESS
SANITARY OAS STOVE
A decided Innovation in gas heating.
Unique, scientific. Destroys injurious prod
ucta and organic matter by intens heit
ENGLISH. From opinion of George Rudd
Thompson. Y. R. C. l M. II. S.. etc..
Public Analyst. Newport, ling.
"In my opinion the maximum of heat is
evolved by the combustion of the minimum
of Gas. without any smell or undue dry
ness of atmosphere. The theory of stove
is. in my opinion, perfect and the result
ditto. The percentase of carbonic acid is
not sensibly raised in a closed room after
ten hours burning, and the air Is not dried
to an appreciable extent. I am siniplv de
lighted with it. and am quite in a position
to recommend it for oliices. sick-rooms,
On exhibition and for sale by
The Indianapolis Gas Co.
SAUS AMU 31 ILL. SllTLICS.
Wen awarded Two (Jol.I MeelaN at
th Pan-American Rxtsltion. They
are supt rlor to all other-.
FACTORIES: m outb Illinois Street.
Of O EMERY WHEELS
W. B. Barry Saw and Supply Co
133 S. PENN. ST. All kind, of Saw repaired
Indiana Illustrating Co.
23 "West Maryland Street,
(Last of (Jrmd Hotel.)
Half Tones. Zinc Klebings. IJect rot vnln
it.KiiiiiK. wiu leifjuone 1U77. Pet work
JS I 'iäJ ' 4, n I 1 l I .
CAST-IRON AM) STEEL
Prompt attention iven to all kind of tin
heet-lron Mii'l furnace repair work.
PROGRESSIVE FURNACE & ROOFING CO.
(Huo-Mioni to Mack's Warm-Air F'urnace ( '.)
:Pi3-3?7 Virginia Airnue
MW LS TIM A T KS P I J I : N I s H E 1 .
Sunday Journal, bj 3IaiI, $2 Per
OPERATIONS FOR A RISE
m Ampi i.ATivi: ni:Ai.iNc;s concjhst
1:11 i a ri:v stocks.
Ailvniice In (ienrrnl In Certain tlnaae
Only of Share Money Market
Condition Are Some Heiter.
NEW YORK. Oct. 30.-The volume of
dealings fell off still further to-day. and
they were asairi consrted in a few stocks
in which there was rather obvious manipu
lation for an advance. Its efTect.s wtre ton
lined to the leading active stocks, so far as
any notable results were concerned. The
general list was sluggish jand hesitating
and fluctuated narrowly throughout. The
coalers were taken in hand for an upward
movement, the concerted buying of the
Kroup being based on reports of very
heavy demand and a traflic only limited
by the car supply of the companies, while
prices are fairly maintained at the maxi
mum of recent years. The high-priced
members of the active group gained from
2 to 5 points, and those selling under par
rose about a point. St. Faul resumed its
recent show of strength and was followed,
as usual, by the Pacific stocks to the extent
of between 1 and 2 points. Amalgamated
Copper continued active and somewhat
irregular fibove yesterday's level on un
confirmed rumors circulated of the possible
incorporation of Calumet and Ilecla. The
California lead stocks were strong on pros
pects of improved trade conditions, and
Manhattan and Sugar also helped the show
ol strength. The determination to take a
cheerful view of the gold export movement,
which was increased to-day to a total of
tZX,'. was apparently based on the idea
that the relief afforded to the foreign situ
ation will be reflect ed back on this market.
There is some assurance felt, also, that the
movement will be checked after to-morrow's
reported shipments." This feeding- wiil
be emphasized if the Hank of England
maintains its discount rate unchanged to
morrow, as now seems possible. The fa
vorable subscriptions announced yesterday
for New York city bond are taken as re
assuring money market conditions, and the
release of the Nov. 1 disbursement, includ
ing government interest, is looked to to tide
over next week. Some currency is return
ing frurn the West, and the transfers to the
Houth have diminished. Receipts of gold
from the Pacific coast through the sub
treasury have served to lighten the drain
of that institution on the money market.
With surplus reserves at a ligure well
above that of lost year ami a year before,
nnxiety over the money market outlook
tends to relax, and the sentiment is ex
pressed that the gold exports can well be
Railroad bonds were only moderately
active and show irregular changes. Total
sales at par value were .tll.tW.iMt. I'nited
States bonds were all unchanged on the
Following are the day's share sales and
the recorded price changes:
Stock. Sales, eft. et. Kid.
Atchison lfi.2't 77 7s
Atchison prf 1. :) W
Faltituore X- Ohio 3.7-n) 1X, 1 C 10.'.
H. St O. pref 2"0 2 '.c'i y;'.
Canadian Pacific !"." U' 1 J lb)
Canada Southern II.'-") M'ü M K'n
Che.Apeak & Ohio S.'i 47", 4.'.'i 4'4
fhleapo ä Alton 4-i ;:; .?;
Chicago & Alton pref 7rt 7ti7 77
J I'M J
CM.. Ina. &. JVMlls J'"i 4':4 4'l4 4:,4
v iii., ina. v iui. rfi.. i rj t-'i t- i
i i : . . m - - - - e i . , . of
Chi. & Eatfrn Illinois
Chi. & (ir.at Wtrn.... 4) 2".
C & C5. W. A pref
C. G. W. R pref .'. r
Chi. & Northwf-strrn 2' "9
C. It. I. A. P..
4"0 H:,K 1434
v ai. term. t. irnns. imti ..
. v. : n rr . .
C, C. C. & St. 1j
Col. S.jutharn lt prof....
Col. Suthrn 21 pref
Delaware A. Hudson
!., I & AV
Denver & Tiio Orande
4.600 1t4 PS' 2
fc.ri 24 24 Zi
3.4H 1717 lhS'i 171
l.r.'f) 2371 2 23 1 23
1) 44 1 44
l)n. A Rio Grande pref. 4' ' r2'
i M 02 h
417, 41i 4U3
Ijrle l"t pref
Erl 3d pref
Great Northern pref..
Hoklru; Valley pref..
Iowa Central pref
Lk Erl 3c Western.
U E. Ä: W. prf
TiOuivlUe A Nahvlll-
Metropolltn St. It.r..
2.TA 7t-i 70
. l.0 :.7 56U
1.1' KM 4 1?3 134
4'H 7K'; 7 7ls
3.1' i:J3:,4 133 J 39
PO 401, 4,nj
r.it 7 774 T7"3
2.7'-) - fc
l.:-'i KS, VKi in3'2
13.2'tO 1224 12.1 1214
13.'j'0 134 JT44 1.V.4
1,3m 224 22 22'
2"' 134 13'.
Minneapolis & St. L,iui?.. lOo 1"'.4
Missouri Pacific 24, "mi .,a
M., K. Ä: T l'l 2.'!,
M.. K. &. T. pref 2 :.i4
1 i"w i
Ntmr Jersey Central 3.S . k4 1714 17:.
New York Central 3.i0 i:4 l"4 14
Norfolk fit AVe.-tern :ft.3-0 .'74 0; r.74
Norfolk X Western rref y,,
Northern Pacific rref 7.3 r44 P24 K'4
Ontarto A Western 2S.l 'i a:.', 34 4
PennsTlvanta 4.100 14H4 Hf,v4 uv-
Keadln? M.äiO V, 424 4
Iteadlnc l?t pref fi.2v 77 77 772
Pweadin? 2d pref 2.4 0 S4 .4 51'
St. I,. A San Fran M0 42 414 414
St. 1j. A San. F. 1st pref 7h
St. I.. : San F. 21 pref... Iu0 64 6Ü4 '4
St. luls Southwestern 2(14
St. 1.. Southwestern pref. 2.3) :,f, tr,
St. Paul , 3'!"0 17i'4 194 17'4
St. I'aul pref 2- 191 3 191 131
Southern Pacific l.l.fiV) K04 ."3. 64
S.uthern Hallway ..: 3.2'0 324 31T 32'v
t?..K.Vmn 1. I ni r rr-f ( .1 t t K. i l i. r 1
Texas ft Pacific.
T.. St. 1.. A W 2 ,4
T.. St. 1. Ä- W. pref 4'l 344 34 344
Pnion Pacific ..'. 9 0 1-U4 14 111
1'nion I'aclfic pref l.Oi'i S9 89
Wabash 70 2 4 2' 2'4
Wahah pref !"9 cUa r.fii sr.a,
Wheellnz & Ike Erie... 3.'3 '0 174 17 174
Wheeling & L.. V. 2J pref 2
Wisconsin Central 6V 2"'s, 20 2'4
Wisconsin Central pref 40V
KxntF:ss com panics.
Pnited States 1"0 00 ?) 30
Wtlld Partro ljj
M 1 SCn L.LAN FOPS.
Amalcamated Copper .... 42,700 874 Rfi4 kt
Amer. Par Founlr 20 2." 2. 23
Amtr. 'ar & Fo'ndry pref Z &04 !'j yn
A user. I.ir.s ed OH 17
Anier. Linseed oil pref.. TM 47 47 47
Amer. Smelting & Refus. 1.2-0 427i 424 424
A. Smelt. V Itfn pref.. 4"') 3i f.r 94
Ar.acndH Mir. Ins Co 40 334 334 3.-
Pr.-.klvn Rapil Transit. 11.7m) 24 tl4 62'4
.l.ral' l"iie! & Iron r.i) M 5 j3
'onsU Uted tJas l.frO 215 213-4 2U'-s
Continental Tobacco pref im.
General F.lectrlc r6 "
Glucose Suar -,1')
lnternatiensl Paper 1-0
Interr.atU ikiI Paper pref. , M0
lnternati-nMl Power 4X
42 4 41 4
National Plrcuit 424
National Iad 2 )J 204
National Salt rref ?H) 65 k,
. m 1 M T . .I lt. r .
Norm Anifiiuii i.pj jj ;-) Jo
Paciflo oist go
Pacific Mail TO 434 434 43'i
Ptople's C.ta 11.2(0 134 1044
re;,sel Steel Car 6'"0 4"4 404
Prvse.l Steel Car pref jrt ,
l'u'.Iman 1'alnre Car 219
ltepuMic Stefl 3' 13 r, jjt
PcpuMio Steel pref f f4 (,54 5f.,
SiKKr S-C1 P9. 1174
Tenn. C-al A: Iron 1.300 G04 534 r,f.
Pni.m P:'.C V: Pap-r Co 14
V Pas Ä: Pip'r Vl- Iref . 2i0 714 7Pa 71
I'nlttd States Leather - 124 114" U
V. S. Iatuer prer...
Pnited State Rubber
P. S. Rubber pref
Pnited States Steel..
k . .
41 '.j 41
SO 4 304
Western l. men
United States Steel pref.. P.1)
Total i-ale of the daT...343."0
PNITED STATES PONDS.
refun dir.s two?, registerea ,
refur. ling twoi. coujon ,
new f.iurs. registered ,
nw f(urs. f'ujmn
.ld fviurs. r'tii.tered ,
old f.turs, "ui'n
Local Hunk 11 nil Trust Conipttu te.
. Hi 112
. ... 1"4
'ai ital Nati.-.r.al P. ink
Central Trut Company
I'lilunilU National Hank
Ir.!:ana Natl .tutl Pank tnw fti.k).
lrd.ana Tru-t C.nij HiiV
Merchants' National i;anlc
L'nin Trust Company
Strert-linllTy mid Melt Securities.
.. 43 is
. . !9
Indianapolis S 1 1 e t -1 a i 1 a y
Iridi!-. Stret-ry. futs ibn!s)...,
Citli.-Ds" S t ref t -rallw ft V five ,
H-lt llailwity lonimni
Plt Railway pref ,
('.tarier Parwell A Co.4 Wire.)
An -ficuri Can ... ,
American Can pref
National Biscuit pref.
It nte in l.ouim ami Lxeliaiise Clear
lli II lid IlllllinCCK.
INDIAXArOLTS. Commercial pa;er,
per cent.; time loan, 5f6 per cent.
Clearings, J1.445,7.02; balances, $r3.GS2.35.
NEW YORK. Call money steady at 3Ti4
per rent.; last loan. Z3 per cent. Prime
mercantile paper. AMruj per rent. Sterling
exchange .teadier; actual budnes in bank
ers' hills, for demand, JLST.HLSJ'S
for sixty day?; posted rates. J4.S44 and
$l72; commercial bill?. J4.SJ'5i 4.S3U.
Clearing?. J241,34o,7C7; balances, ?12.SU2.C0:.
CHICAGO. Posted exchange. ?4.S4 and
Sl.ST1. New York exchange. li discount.
Clearings. r.STC.SGt; lalances. J.I.S:...
KOSTON'. Clearings, $22.009,493 ; balances,
PHILADELPHIA. Monev. 45 per cent.
Clearings, IIS.543,410; balances, $2.M.C)-,. ,
ST. LOUIS Monev steady at ri6 per
cent. New York exchange, 4'H2 discount.
Clearings, J7.0S2.623; balances, JS3I.71?.
UALTIMOItE. Money, 4ViZ per cent.
Clearings, $3.544,601; balances, 5414.11?.
CINCINNATI. Money. 4TcI per cent. New
York exchange, 10c premium. Clearings,
NEW ORLEANS. New Y'ork exchange,
bank rate, par; commercial, J1.23 discount.
3Ioney Itate Abroad.
LONDON. Money, lsi2U per cent. Dis
counts, Cy34 per cent. Consols, 024- Span
ish fours, CJliC.
BKRLIN'. Exchange on London. 20m 4"pf
for checks. Discount rates, short bills (for
settlement), 34 pt-r cent; three months'
bills, 27s per cent.
PARIS. Three per cent. ientes. l'Yf SOc
for the account. Spanish fours, t3.S2Vi-
.Markets for Silver.
NEW YORK. Bar silver, &7?8e; Mexican
LONDON. Silver bars lirm at 20'äd an
WASHINGTON. Wednesday's statement
of the treasurv balances in the general
fund, exclusive of the $150.i0O,O gold re
serve in the division of redemption, shows:
Available cash balance $172.417,120
Dank notes for redemption 2'jo.o.l
Receipts and Expenditures.
Internal revenue Ssl.äOO
Wednesday's credit balance $1.620,.V3
riiivATi: wmc aivici:s.
CoiiMlderall lluyiiiK for Supposed
Iiiiler StreiiKtliensi the 3Iurket.
Meyer Sr Kiser's Telegram.
NEW YORK, Oct. .. During the greater
part of the day the market showed a decid
edly firm undertone. Foreign houses were
only moderate sellers, and their sales
stemed to be absorbed without having very
much effect on prices. The market was
Inclined to broaden, dealings being more
diversified than for some days. There was
an absence of news, but the character of
buying of St. Paul and Union Pacific, to
gether with the rise which took place in
Northern Pacific preferred, was taken as
an indication that substantial progress was
bf ing made in the s ttkment of the North
ern Pacific controversy. The coal stocks
showed increased activity and considerable
strength. One house alone bought about
ly.ux) shares of Reading common, supposed
to be for insiders. Delaware, Lackawanna
&- Western and Delaware fc Hudson were
bought by brokers usually representing in
vestment Interests. The industrials, al
though not so active as the railroads, also
showed an improving tendency, with the
exception of Glucose, which was decidedly
heavy in the expectation that the directors
at their meeting this week would reduce,
if not suspend altogether, the dividend.
Contradiction of the rumors of a disagree
ment among the insiders in the Steel Cor
poration was responsible for a good deal of
covering in these securities. Although a
good deal of long stock seemed to be sold
during the morning by a Boston house.
Amalgamated Copper finally closed higher
than it did last night. During the after
noon the upward tendency in the whole
market became still more pronounced, and
the close was strong at about the best
prices of the day.
INDIAN SCHOOL RULING
IIIIOWMVO DECISION .4 II RO GATED
1IV INTCHIOll DKI'ART.MUXT.
Choice of Sehool Hn Ileon Left to
Parents of Children and tin liest
Judgment of A Rent.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. The secretary
of the interior to-day formally abrogated
what Is known as the Browning ruling,
which in effect holds that it is the duty
of the service to fill the regular govern
ment schools before permitting drafts on
the Indian children for secetarian school
enrollment. The order was issued this
afternoon. As received by the Catholic
mission board, it says that "by direction
of the secretary of the Interior the Brown
ing ruling is hereby abrogated."
This is the most Important action taken
for a long period in the matter of sectarian
Indian schools. The issuance of the order
followed assurances given early In the day
by Secretary Hitchcock to Archbishop Ire
land, of St.' raul, and Archbishop Kiordan,
of San Francisco, who called to urge action,
that a recent suspension of the ruling would
be changed to a complete abrogation of the
order. The effect of the order, it Is un
derstood, Is to leave Indian children free
to go to any school or to attend none. The
Browning ruling was made in a letter writ
ten by Former Commissioner of Indian Af
fairs Browning to Colonel Clapp, then act
ing In charge of the Pine Ridge, S. D.,
agency, who had complained that children
were being taken from the government
schools and transferred to the Catholic
schools and that the latter was thus inter
fering with the government schools. Com
missioner Brownin? held that the agent
was the one to decide what school the
children should attend, he being best fitted
to pass upon their welfare. It is said,
however, that In no instance has the gov
ernment transferred an Indian child from
a sectarian to a government school. The
attendance of the children is solicited by
both the agent and the sectarian chool
authorities. The policy of the present ad
ministration of the department and the
bureau has been to avoid arbitrary action
and decide every east on its merits. The
Indian children have been permitted, un
der the Indian Bureau instructions, to re
main wherever once nrolled, whether in
a denominational or in a government
school, but those who had not heretofore
been enrolled have been placed according
to the preference of the parent and the
best Judgment of the agent.
McKinley Autograph Sold for $(1.23.
NEW YORK. Oct. 3 The first auto
graph of President McKinley offered at
public auction in this city since his death
has just been sold by a Fifth-avenue firm.
It was simply his name in full. "William
McKinley," written across an original cabi
net photograph of him. Nevertheless, much
interest was manifested by autograph col
lectors in the disposition of this ittm. After
spirited bidding the autograph was secured
by George D. Smith for J4.25. This indicates
that Mckinley's autograph, at tho present
time, command, as high a price as that of
anv of the Presidents.
The Apple Famine.
NEW YORK. Oct. 30. Tha apple famine
which dealers have been predicting for sev
eral months i now an assured .'act. says
the Tribune. Ever since the unfavorable
apple weather in the spring buytrs and
growers have anticipated a short crop unci
now local dealers announce that the situa
tion is even worte than ancicipated. One
dealer Is quoted as estimating the crop at
23.W.KKj barrel, as against 4S.VX).OK) bar
rels last yar and 7J10wt0M0 barrels the year
WHEAT DULL AND LOWER
IIEAHISII STATISTICS AMI PAINS IX
ARC.HVriNA THE CAUSES.
Corn Strong Early, Dull Later, Closing
II ijslier Oats and Proviioitn
lo a Little Advanced.
CHICAGO, Oct. 2. Dullness and small
professional trading characterized business
on the Board of Trade to-day. December
wheat closed '4c lower; corn U!2c higher
and oats '.gC up. Provisions closed un
changed to 2',ic higher.
Weakness in wheat cables and continued
reports of heavy rains in Argentina in
fluenced holders to sell and encouraged
short sellers. The cash business was also
slow and both Northwestern and primary
receipts were considerably increased. This
brought an opening for December 1bliUc
lower at 7o2C. Only the gaining strength
in the corn pit prevented a decided slump
in wheat, for though in the face of these
bearish factors December sold up to 70";c,
later, when dullness was more pronounced,
it sagged quickly to 70Uc. The outside
markets were doing very little business
and December was the weaker future, rul
ing relatively ?sc to lower that May.
Late in the day there was a small reaction
on export news and December closed weak,
Uc lower, at 7o?sfc70Vüc Local receipts
were 13: cars, one of contract grade; Min
neapolis and Duluth reported 032 cars, a
total of 705, against GiS last week and
a year ago. Primary receipts were l,213,0i'0
bu, compared with Ml.Ooo bu a yearago. Sea
board clearances in wheat and Hour were
3.-4,uo,j bu. The seaboard reported öS loads
Corn was strong the first hour as the
result of light receipts and firm cables,
which frightened the short interest and
Influenced buyers. December opened steady
but soon advanced c. Most of this buy
ing, however, was professional, and a
good deal of profit taking and a dull turn
ing market without any noticeable support
weakened December till it sold at 57c. Some
covering at this figure brought a slight im
provement anil December closed firm, fsC
higher, at 571:c. Receipts were 100 cars.
There was less speculative interest shown
in oats to-day and corn was the influential
factor. December opened unchanged,
fluctuated narrowly and closed steady and
higher. Receipts were 110 ears.
Provisions were more active than at any
time for a week. There was an early small
demand which kept prices up despite u
sagging hog market. Later everything
turned dull and January pork closed un
changed at $14.!0; lard '2ic higher at $S.70,
and ribs 2,2c 11p .at 57.70.
Estimated receipts for to-morrow: Wheat,
lO.j ears; corn, l.'JO; oats, 115; hogs, 31,000
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles. Open- 1 1 i k b - Low- Cls-
Wh.'Ht in. est. e-t. inc.
Oct .... f.:. :, 00-,-;;.-v4
Dec .... 7V,,:' '"7H T't'4 Ti'-'h-TO'
Mny ... 7U:i4-7-'i, 74 '4 7J"-7C4 73"
Oct .... T.'i'i
1 ee .... ."T'k-"'" r,'g-'7"-4 r7 ST1
May ... r.:s -.':' -j bo vy w
Oct .... nr.'; w--
Pee .... ::iir'H .Tg SK2-:'."i ?,
May ... üs'SS'i Sj oS'.-JS';, 3y ,
Jan ..11.&7U JUA-, fll S2U $14.?0
May ...Ij.OJ 15. "j0 11. W 13. eO
Oct .... S.72'i S.7.". S.07'2 S.7
Nov ... s.fiT1- S. To K.C. " S.fcT'i
Jan ... V7". .S.r.l 8.70
May ... &.70 i.77'i S.To i.75
Oct .... S.M .!'" RA". S.lrt
Jan .... 7. KT'; 7. 72' 1- 7.f7'i 7.7'
May ... 7.8Ü 7.Mj 7.77'. 7. SO
(.'ash quotations were as follows: Flour ea?ier.
No. ,i spring wheat. Wi"'! :; No. 2 red, 71V-i
7l'c. No. J yeli)v corn. .'iV4o. No. 2 eats, ST'g1
c; N. - while, 3' niO'.c; No. Z white, CVU
4'iw.c. No. 2 rye, T-b-jr. Fair to choice malting
barley. M'Ji.'.Se. No. 1 l!avt.-,l. $1..V: No. 1
Northwestern, 11.7.0. Prlin timothy s e.l, $.".70 ft
7.M. Clover seed, contract grade, 7.". Mess
pork, per brl. 1171. 4K( Lard. 1 er Ihs.
$S.7'.1 Short-rile si.t.-s (lx.sct. $7.li'i i.io.
Iry-salte 1 KhouMers lox..lt, $7..Y'i 7.75. Short
clear sides (boxed). ?s. ör.'Jj .ij. Whisky, un basis
of high wines, fl.30.
Keceipts FL.ur, i:,Oe. brls; wheat. CM.fhiO bu;
corn. 1',(-..mmi bn; oats. 2!4.imhi hu; r e, ll.euO bit;
barley, lL'K.efi bu. Shipments Flour, l'.."'J brl:
w heat. 1S.0imi bn; corn, l'S3, ''') bu ; oats, lW.noo
bu; Larky, -1xo bu.
AT MiW YORK.
Con ftiilcrnlilc AVrnkiici in AVIicnt,
Porn l'irni Otlior Markets Eimler.
NEW YORK, Oct. ). Flour Receipts,
47,574 brls; exports, S,i03 brls. Market dull
but steady. Corn meal firm; yellow Western,
51.20; city, $1.17. Rye firmer; No. 2 West
ern, OJUc f. o. b. afloat.
Wheat Receipts, 49.400 bu; exports, C.V2
bu. Spot easy; No. 2 red, 7tc f. o. b.
afloat, 7t'Voc elevator; No. 1 northern Du
luth, 7Sc f. o. b. allo.it; No. 1 hard Duluth,
S2;,ir f. o. b. afloat. Options opened easy on
cables, rallied with corn and later experi
enced a second decline. Afternoon selling
motives were favorable Argentine news,
large spring wheat receipts, liquidation by
tired bulls and short selling; fina'ly rallied
with corn and closed fairly steady at Vh-'Uc,
net decline. March closed at 7:oc, May at
7:t17y;V October at 75ec and December at
7G 7-lG (i76e.
Corn Receipts. 4;.4M bu; exports, 1D.IS1
bu. Spot firm; No. 2. 6Zc elevator. ttp f.
o. b. afloat. Options were firm and higher
until afternoon, when realizing and the
wheat break caused a setback. A strong
cash situation, higher cables and good
Western demand prompted the early firm
ness; finally recovered on late covering and
closed firm at 3c net advance. Mav closed
at MVs&i'ic, October at 63?sc and "Decem
ber at tiMC'c.
Oats Receipts, 204. 400 bu; exports, IPS.OfW
bu. Spot steady; No. 2. 41U4P4c; No. 6,
4lc; No. 2 white. Vif 44c; No. 3 white. 43 Vi
1i43Vc: track mixed Western, j'ic;
track wfdte. 421??'-"c Options firm at first)
but later eased off.
Lard steady; Western steamed, J3.1Q. Re
fined steady. Tallow steady; city, 5',-e;
country, 54175c. Cotton-seed oil weak;
prime yellow, 37c.
Coffee Spot Rio steady; No. 7 invoice,
6 11-16C. Mild quiet; Cordova, 71Tjllc.
Sugar Raw quiet; fair refining, 3 5-16c;
centrifugal. 10 test, 3 13-lCc; molasses sugar,
3 1-lGc. Refined quiet.; crushed, 5.6oe; pow
dered, 5.20c; granulated, 5.10c.
TRADE IX KXERAL.
Quotations at St. Louis, Linltlmorc,
Clnciiuintl nnil Other Places.
FT. LOUIS. Oct. SO. Flour jrenerally dull but
some movement for export. Pe-l winter patents,
$.1.3. 03.55: extra fancy and Etraijfht. J3J3.15;
clear, $2.6.f2.V"i. Timothy &eed scarce ar.d tlrm.
J5.5'. Cornmeal, t2.'.Q t. o. b. Pran strong:
sacked lots cn east track. S.".'ffS7c. Wheat No. 2
red, cash, 7P-c: December, 71 V; Mav, 75 ' c;
No. 2 hard, Ci'Ji6?riC. Corn No. 2, cash, L$c;
December. lc; May, ft ftc. Oat No. 2, cash
and December. 35c; May, 4 P'.-c; No. 2
white. 4c. Pork c&f-y; jobl.lnsr. P.5.5' jpl. Lard
steadr. Sv. Dry palt meat" quiet; boxej txtra
short. $V-;,; clear ribs. $-:.o71I; clear hides,
l.C2lt. Paeon stfidr; Kxed extra shorts, JJ.124;
clear ribf. $25; clear side. $3.51. Hay quin!
timothy, tV.KWU; prairie. i!"316. WhUkv
steady. 11.3'J. Iren cotton ties quiet. J1.10; bag"
frinjj steady, tfi,c. Hrmp twine. Sc. Receipts
Flour. 50 brl; wheat. 57.'00 bu: corn, 24.ij;
oats. 34. C1.10. Shipments Flour. ll..M;0 brls; wheat,
3o. (0 lu; corn, 33, ; cats. 23,'XO.
LOUISVILLE, Oct. 30. Wheat No. 2 red nni
lonsberry, 7i.V: No. 3 red and lon;berrj-, 70c.
Apples. "sun-lrid, 3a4c per lb for bripht. 3'xe
for dark: peachen. P22c. Pean5. northern
hmd-picked. $i per bu; new home beans. Jl.752.
Timothy teed. $J.0." per bu; fancy bluerass, ;,c
''II: extra clean b!ueprra"s. 3.".c; fancy red top,
1 1 vi 12c per lb; red clover, J "..Vu5.75 per bu. Hav.
choice. In car lots, on track. 114-514.50: clover.
J'.öj'; U.r.'i; straw, $5u3.r.. Ckan rln.en. $4.7"
Ter lb. Pot.itoe. $2-'u2.25 i-er brl. Onior.s,
$2.".0'ü3 per brl. Leaf lettuce, 35c per bu. Pab
baice. V-K iill per brl. Parrots. $2 per brl. Pep
pet s. Jl per bu. Green beans, $1.50 per bu. Lima
beans. 5'.c per gal.
BALTIM'iHK. Oct. 30. Flour firm an 1 un
changed. Wheat dull and easy; spot, month and
November, "StJNc; December. 7lVi7PsC:
May. :T'3777Bc; iteamer No. 2 red. 7''i7"V;
Southtrn. by sample. 6574'c: Southern, on
Krad. T-.Hi'ric Corn firm; spot and month.
vV4yil-.;C; year. tf -s'c; January. r.r;
st.ix.er mixed. S9l4?',tt:: Southern white corn,
.".ü.sc: Southern yellow corn. 53t5'2c. Oats
firmer; No. 2 whit". 4:',43c; No. 2 mixed. 41a
4P,c. Rye dull; No. 2 near-Ly, 35c; No. 2 West
ern. t'"c. Sugar firm; fine and coarse granu
LIVERPOOL. Oct. M. What-Fpot. No. 2
red Wntern winter xttady at '1; No. 1 north
ern sprint; quiet at 3 !'d; N. 1 California
steady at 5s l.'d. Corn Spot tlrm; American
mixed, new. firm at 4 11 VI. Lard Aemeriean
refined. In pall., quiet at 4.".!; Mim Western. In
tierce, quiet at 47. Hams Shurt cut quiet at
4a 6J. Paeon Cumberland cut Kteady at 31s;
nhort-clear backs quiet at 45s 6d: clear bellies
quiet at 54s d; shoulders, square, quiet at 37s.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 30. Wheat-December.
tyVat.'jc; M-i.v. 7vRc; cash Nt. 2 hard. fc74c;
No. 2 red. 73V4ti"71c. Corn December. 5fcVo; May,
84Sc; caah No. 2 mixed, "c; No. whit. 6t(
CuUc. 0tt No. Z white. Rect.'ft-WLeat.
4S.O-0 bu; corn. 34,2r0: oats. 12. OA Shipments
Wheat, 73,5)0 bu; com, W.riO; oats. 2n).
CINCINNATI. Oct. . Flour dull. Wheat
easier: No. 2 red. 7tc. Corn quiet; No. 2 mixed,
file. Oats firm: No. 2 mixed, 3:":c. Rye steady,.
No. 2. .VJ'uC. Iard easy at ?.. Pui mrafs
quiet at $.7,-. Itacon easy at $3.5t. Whlskv
distillers" flni.-hfd, goods) flrm;-T' a basis of
$1.3-1. Surar-tcnly. "
TLi:iX). Oet. 30 Wheat duli: cah. 73c:
D-cember. 74'Yc; May, 77,-ic. Corn aetUe anJ
firm; May, C"'2c. ats Dt cemttr. rV". May.
'jC Clover seed active: October,
$".t;o; Iwvember, I."."..'1!;
ary, J5.67I2; March, $5.70,
January. $i3; Febru
. Timothy seed. 2..
C). Wheat Pah.
May. 7la'i7eHc. On
December. C7 't :
track: No. 1 hard.
ri:,c; N. 1 northern. W'sc;
no. 2 northern, t.c.
DULUTH. Oct. 34'. What Cash. No. 1
72lic; No. 1 northern. 6:ic; lcemler.
May, ,2c. Oats, 3CV.' 37'c. Corn, 5i12c.
MILWAUKEE. Oct. 30 Barley steady; No
3Dc; sample. 45u57,2c.
Dattrr, Cggi nnl Cheese.
NEW YORK. Oct. 30. Butter Receipts. .34:
packages. Market quiet; State dairy. 14: 21?;
creamery, 15'2212c; June creamery, HVti-i10:
factory. 12'2'al5c. Cheese Receipts. 3.17 pack
ape;. Market quiet; fancy, large, colored.
Jc; fancy, large, white, vjjac; fancy, small,
colored. I'VtfluHc: fancy, fniall. white, lOc.
Ejtjrs Pectlpts. ?..4i5 packages. Market steady;
State and Pennsylvania, 22jt23c; Western can
dled, 2Py22c; Western uncandled. Ka-'PzC
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 3. Cutter firmer.
Fancy Western creamery, 221tt?23e; fancy near
by prints, 25c. Eircs firm. Fresh near-by and
Western, 23c; fre.-h Southwestern. 22c; fresh
Southern. 23e. Cheese firm: fair demand. New
York full creams, fancy small. Vi b)Rsc; New
York full creams, fair to choice, lu'2c.
PALTIMOItE. Oct. 30. Putter firm: fancy im
itation. iN'u IV'jfC; fancy creamery. 23'y23lic; fancy
ladle, W'i 17c; store packed, 131 15c. Ets firm;
fresh, 2ug21e. Cheese firm: lare, 10'jlü'4c; me
dium. ly't'allc: mall, lO'S.tfllc.
LOUISVILLE, Oct. 3ö. Hens. Cc per lb; spring
chickens. SUlOc per lb, $1.3512 per doz; young
ducks. 6l4U7c per lb; freese, full feathered. J4.5'(i
4.75 per doz; joung turkeys, 7Jj7-c per lb; old,
CHICAGO. Oct. 30. On tho Produce Exchange
to-day the butter market was Meady; cream
eries. 14;21'se: dairies, 13H19e. Cheese steady at
UVsJlO'e. Eggs nrm; fresh, lSlS'sc
LOUISVILLE, Oct. 3). Packing butter. 11c
per lb; common country, 12'ti 13c; good, 15c; Elffin,
24c in Cu-lb tubs, 2P2c In 50-Ib tubs. Eggs, lS'j
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 30 Eggs firm; fresh Mis
souri and Kansas stock, 17c cozen, loss off, cases
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 30. Putter stead v; creamery.
1Si23c; dairy. H'ul7c. Kggs steady at 17c.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 30. Eggs firm at ISc. But
ter steady. Cheese firm; Ohio flat, lec.
OIL CITY, Pa.. Oct. 30.Credit balances. $1.3.
Certificates, no bid. Shipments. 127,744 brls; aver
age, lf'2,053 brls; runs, 110,73t brls; average, 87,
WILMINGTON, Oct. 30. -Spirits of turpentine,
nothing doins. Rosin firm at ini'j'c. Crude
turpentine steady at f 1.10 to Tar steady at
MONTPELIER. Oct. 30. Crude petroleum
steady; North Lima, 94c; South Lima and In
CHARLESTON. S. C. Oct. 30. Turpentine
firm and unchanged. Rosin firm and unchanged.
SAVANNAH, (la., Oct. 30. Spirits of turpen
tine fiim, tfösc bid. Rosin firm and unchanged.
NEW YORK. Oct. 30. Poultry Alive steady;
spriasers, k'i'c; turkeys, S'jlt'c; fowls. Sijfic.
Dresse! dull and weak; springers, loc; fowls, 9c;
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 30. Poultry firm: chickens,
5'jc; springs, fl'-ic; turlieys, 6'2c; ducks. 5'if'
tic; geese, 4'ti5c.
CHICAGO, Oct. 30. Icel poultry steady; tur
keys, tvsc; chickens, 7'i'.c.
CINCINNATI. Oct. no. Poultry quiet; chick
ens, 6''y7'4c; turkeys, 7c.
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 30.-Cotton opened
Steady anl close. 1 easy. Sales, 8.!t0 bales. Or
dinary, .SSMKe; gooi ordinary, 6'ic; low mid
7 l-P'.c; middling, i'-c; Rood mlddlln:
7c; middling fair, c. P.eceipts, 23,752 bales;
stock. 216,ec6 bales.
NEW YORK. Oct, 30. Spot cotton closed quiet
and 1-Pic lower; middling uplands. 7 15-pic;
middling gulf, S U-lSe. Sales, 1,j2J bales.
NEW YORK. Oct. 30. Rordcn still buying
print cloths at 3o for regulars. Manufacturers
at Pall River slow In sl!lng. There has been
no change in the market for staple cotton.s of
any kind. Some further I nes of prints advanced
'4c. Men's wear woolens dull, but prices un
altered. Moderate demand for woolen and wors
ted dress goods.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 30. Wool-Litt 1 doing and
prices scarcely more than nominal. Medium
grades, lit 17c; light fine. 121jl4!2c; heavy fine,
i-'aillli; tub washed. 2,"fj24c.
ST. LOUIS. 0t. W. Metals steadv. Lead
quiet at 4.271-'? 4.3'c. Spelter firm at 4.ly''J4.12tac.
SALES OF REAL ESTATE.
Tvreiitj -i y Trniisfr 3Iale 3Inter of
Instruments filed for recoril in the recorder's
oHioe ef Marlon county, Indiana, for the twenty
foar h)urs ending at 5 p. m., Cct. 30, liKd, as
fumished by the Indiana Title Guaranty and
Lan Company, No. 12'J East Market street. Roth
Geo. T. Kepler to Mrs. Kate White. Lot
s, in Edith Francis's add. (Hailan so 571.00
Simon Vanues to Jeanette N. Kennedy,
J..'t 37. Drake Maynew's 2d add.
Clorbtt st, near Fall cteek) 2'JO.C-O
Arthur G. Posdyke to Aualme Horn,
Lots i and lu, Holloway's sub of
E. T. Fletcher's 2d Rrookslde- add.
tltuiai st, near ISth st) 42.00
Patrick Harmon to I. c V. R. R. Co.,
pait of the s w i of Sec 13, Tp 15,
P. 3. (("filter township) 1.00
Marion Trust Co., Uutee. to Thomas
Kouibaugh, Lot 4, Sj 15, Drake's add.
(C, C, C. & St. L. R. lt., near lath
Elie Puschmann to Wm. F. Dleckmeyer,
Lot 22, Downey's Aisenal Heights add.
(beville ave, near Kth st) B00.00
AVm. F. Dleckmeyer to Elise Busch
mann, Lots 2s and 2'J, in J. A. Hos
brook's Piospect-st add. (Earhart st,
near Prospect st) ,. 100.00
Romus F. Stuart et al. to Simeon Lof
tin, the w 3 of the s e '4 of the n w i
of the s w 'i; also, tht s of the e, -2
of the s w 34 of the n w v4 of the
s w U of the n w U of Sec 21, Tp 14,
It 3. (Franklin township) 1.S00.00
John S. Ellis to Susannah C. Gardner,
Lots 4') and 41, Traub's west add.
(Traub av, near Leeds st) 1,300.00
Mutual Home and Savirgs Association
to V lllard L. Mclntiie, Lot 14, Ogi
ft al.'s East lark adl. (Forest av,
near New York st) 800.00
Chas. F. Itobbins to Cashious C Putts,
Lot 163, Robbins's 2d N. Indianapolis
add. (25th et, near Grover et) 275.00
Alice P. Klelnschmldt to Hezekiah, part
of the n e of Sec 34. Tp 15, 11 4.
(Franklin township) 1,500.00
James It. Tyne to Robert C. Sellen,
the undivided one-sixth interest In Lots
52 to M, Alvord'n sub of K. T. and
s.. K. Pitcher's add. (Corner 13th aud
Lewii sts) 2,500.00
Henry Snell to Ira M. Holmes. Lot
175, In Pradley, Denny & Atkinson's
E. Washfntfton-st add. (Bradley st,
near Michigan st) 100.00
John C. King to W m. I. Prown, Lot C3,
T. A. Morris's 2d add. (New Jersey st,
near 12th st) 7.500.00
Rosalind M. Zoller, by auditor, to K.
Zoller. Lot 55, Crane's north add. Cor
ner Northwestern av and Holton
Joshua Jump et al., executors, to Wm.
P. Myer, part of tho w t of thi n w
'4 of Sec 1. Tp 15, R 4, bcln? all of
Coilct's University add to Irvington.
except Lot 4, Plk 6, same add. (Ground
1 .01111 led Ly Emerson, Prookviile and
Holloway avs and C. 11. A. D. It. R.,
except Lot 4) 1.00
Wm. 1. Myer to Chas. M. Cross, trus
tee, Lots 1 f 21, in Elk 1: Lots 1 to
20, Plk 2; Lots 1 to 15, P!k 3: I.ts 1
to 26. Plk 4; Lots 1 to 7. Plk C; all of
Plk 5; Lots 1 to 32, Plk 7, and Lts
1 to 17. Plk S. all in Myer' a Uni
versity Place add to Irvlneton 23.000.03
Mabel Z. Jones Vi Daniel H. De-maree.
Lot 22. Sq 1. In 31 seotlon of Lincoln
Park add. (New Jersey st, near 25th
Annie II. Rlebel to Sarah G. Wilson.
Lot 74 and strip adjoining, Diake t
Mayhew's 1st add. (12th st, near Weet
R becca J. Martin to Walter J. Hub
bard, part of Lots 7 and S, in E. l
Ritter's sub of Lots 2 and 3. Jhn
son's hairs' add. (Park av, near 16th
Marlon Caldwell to Walter J. Hubbard,
trustee. Lot 42. master s sub of Iots
51 to 5S. Harrison At Co.'a add. (Senate
av, near ZMh st) 5?X).09
Sylvander I f Hon to Marlon Caldwell,
same a above DC'O.O'D
Robert Y. Kir.s'-y to Walter J. Hub
bard, trustee. Lot 14. in Gunkle's Kn-glish-av
a id. (Corner English av and
Cannon st) i.O)
Wm. II. Johnston to Hlllis F. Hacke
dorn. 1st 5:, S. .1. Patterson's add.
(Maxwell st. near Walnut st) 3.00
Geo. W. Stout to Hiram R. Ellis et
ux.. It vi. Stout's Vermont-st add.
(Reauty av, near New ieik st) 3'0'W
Transfers, 25; total consideration $32,455.10
Mrs. John Harrison, repair?. 1230 Tremont
M. G. McLain. shed. Walnut street, near
Bright street. U-o.
S. J. Plack, frame house, Kenwood avenue,
near Thirtieth street. $2.250.
AnJrow Hambtrger, repnira, 839 Indiana arc
I.'l . rt ri iVcn BiMIIInn T.1 T!itm
Irvtn c;. Kosgle, frame house, 12 Forrest avs-
THE LIVE STOCK MARKETS
C.VTTI.K IX COO!) Sl'PPLV AM) SIIOW-
IXO A AVKAKHIl TKXUI'ACV.
Hors Fairly Active ami Tire I Ten
Cents Lowcr-Shrrp Menl j rn
dltion f Otlier 3Inrket.
UNION STOCKYARDS. INDIANA PO
LIS, Oct. 30.-Cattle-Receipts, l.Tr; ship
ments, Zö The marketing of cattle thus
far this week Indicates only a Flight change
compared with the same time last week,
and the receipts to-day were rearly M
largrer than a week ago and over l.OJ larger
than a year ago. The market was not al
together unsatisfactory, but generally was
probably not quite as strong as yestenlay.
Compared with last Friday mo:t dealers i
quoted a steady trade. It seemed that there
was an ample supply of all kinds to nnt t
the requirements of buyers, consequently
there was no active competition and it
took more or less time to make sale?, but
at a late hour practically all of the caltle
fat enough for butchers had chanped
hands. With continued liberal receipts here
and elsewhere a slow market Is expected,
and it is hardly probable there will be any
improvement in prices for any kind, al
though there Is a fair demand for choice
export steers. Sales included steers at
$5.60, heifers at $1.73, and bulls at $.25.
Extra prime steers, 1,250 lbs and
upwards $5.S5y 6.'i5
Good export steers, 1,350 to 1,1
lb5 5.43f 5.73
Good to choice 1,2) to l.J-lb
steers 5. 2517 3.50
Good to choice 1.0UJ to l.LTMb
pteers 4.50'i? 5 C5
Plain fat steers, 1.350 lbs and up-
wards 5.rx"KI 5.G5
Plain fat steers. l.) to 1.:?" lbs.. 4.:'i 5.'J5
Plaint fat steers. 1.1) to 1.150 lbs.. 3.75r l.W
Choice feeding steers, 1 to l.M)
lbs 2.7.M? 4.15
Good feeding steers. k) to 1.1 lbs U.25. S.5
Medium feeding steers, ) to :K
lbs . S.(rtff ..25
Common to good stockers 2.5'J'iA -"'J
(?ood to choice heifers 2. Mi 1.50
Fair to medium heif.-rs 2.0"'.; 3.5'j
Common to light heifers 2.25'i 2.75
Good to choice cows 2.4''f 4.25
Fair to medium cows 2.75 'nr 2.:r
Common old cows 1.251 2..'i
Veal calves A. 'n't (?.25
Heavy calves 3 ..vv.i 4 .:a
Prime to fancy export bulls 3.7"'-r 4.u)
Good to choice. butcher bulls 2.2-V- 3.Ci
Common to fair bulls 2..r.;'a
Good to choice cows and calves... 25"ti5).0i
Common to medium cows and
calves 2 V i "it
Hogs Receipts. S,ri0; shipments. The
combined receipts of hs for three days
show an incre.-ipe of over 2,r,.i compared
with the same tim1 Inst week, and the re
ceipts to-day were the largest since Aug. 10.
With an unusually lar.e supply of Ims
here and elsewhere it is not surprl.-iv.g that
there w;s a further reduction in pries s to
day. The market opem-d with all buyers in
t he field, and with a good inquiry, especial
ly from local packers, it did not take brg
to establi.-h a basis for operations. At the
start sabs were generally at about 5c lower
prices than yesterday, with occasional
sales probably l'e lower, and the supply
was moving promptly at th-se figures. At
one time iu the day there seemed to he a
little stronger competition for ch"i' heavy
hogs, but late reports from otrur markets
weakened buyers here, and at the close
sales were- generally considered a U it IV
below yesterday. Sales ranged from $.f"
to $;.2o, and a small proportion of the sup
ply sold below $5. SO, although there werf
quite a number of sales as low us $5. 7','.
Good to choice medium and heavy.. $ A-TtK.vo
Mixed and heavy packing 5. n". tO
Good to choice liuht weights 5.75'; 5. !ü
Common to fair light weights 5.tv,5.7
Common to good pigs 4.n,'.5.7)
1 1 o u hi li.C'io. o0
Sheen Receipts, 450; shipments, 4. Tho
receipts of sheep and lambs so far this
week show a decrease ef over ?w) compared
with the same time last week, and the re
ceipts to-day were small, being less than
half as large as u week ago. There was no
perceptible change in the quality compared
with the average recently, and although,
on account of the small supply, the demand
was not active, the receipts were exhausted
in good season nral sales wen; usually nt
steady prices compared with yesterday.
Lambs sold as high as $1.50. yearling sheep
$2.25 and old sheep $3. Quotations:
Good to choice lambs J1.W171.50
Common to medium lambs 2.0"',; 73
Good to choice yearlings 3.m';3 25
Good to choice sheep 2.y'u2.&)
Common to medium sheep 2.'i2 25
Stockers and feeding sheep L50-2 ';,)
Rucks, per 100 lbs 2.0'j:2.25
Horses The receipts of horses were again
comparatively liberal, about 2K head hav
ing arrived for the sale of the RIalr-Raker
Horse Company, against an equal numb, r
the same time last week and less than K)
the corresponding time a year ago. About
an average proportion of the de irabl
horses were represented, but for the most
part the offerings evidently were below the
expectations of buyers. There were quite
a number of small horses and a good many
of the arrivals were lacking in quality
The attendance of buyers was f.dr mid
there was a steady demand for all choice
stock, but there was a continued discrim
ination against tho undesirable offerings
Owitii? to the scarcity of strictly desirable
kinds that class sold at fully steady priced,
but there was a continued discrimination
against others. There was not as much
life in- the general market as salesman
would like to have seen, but after hard
work they succeeded in making a clear
ance at current prices. The demand was
principally from the Fast, and especially
Pennsylvania points, and there was a fair
demand for export, but a very moderate
inquiry from the South. Fcr an extrem
coach horss sold as high as $:V) and draU
horses as high as $2"0. but, of course th;--e
were outside prices, and considerably' above
the average fur that class. A large p-opor-tion
of the supply sold from Slfo to $175 ard
small horses were reported as low us $:5
Consignors to the market were .r.dv
Schicketarz, of this city; Rauhardt Son
Martinsville; Ader &. Pnderwood. DanviiN
Jhn G. Clark, YVestlkld; J. siigar'
L'ritngham, ill.; W. Listen, Redford- N '
Lee, Casey. 111.; M. L. Rriseoe. WV'Rield
111., and John F. Vestal, Plainiitdd.
Tesim Cattle in South Dakota.
EDGEMONT, S. D.. Oct. .TV The last
shipment of 15i,V) Texas cattle arrived
here to-day. The cattle are being put on
the ranges In western South Dakota to be
fed for Eastern markets. The- movement
of Southern cattle for the saso': to these
ranges has aggregated 2,,.,ri and his
created considerable strife among the cat
tle and sheep men for supremacy. Mot
of the cattle will go to market during the
coming winter and spring.
CHICAGO. Oct. Cattle RecfiMs. ::ie Jn.
cluilicif TYvans an 1 4."e Western. 15. f
caul? mostly l 'c t l-o l"r; cws ..,v. e;,.,.i
to pilme fter;. J0''i5.V'; p .or t-i rri'illu-n, f j s
j.i; tH k-rrf ;tnJ fi e-J-r.i, t n tl " 1
4..V; heiftrs. IZ.Z'.tt'; car.n.r.--. Ji.;;
$."'i4.5'; calves. J'i6.2': Texas 1" J
4.1": Western Me-rK. $3 1
Itoj i.eeiius i-ua. .vi,"; lo-nii: row
?? lft or. 5.0". Market iiiiv l,,.r . i..
on tott"ir. Mlxe.l and tut her.-, $"..?:. ;.-.,!
to choice heavy. P.. &'.;. 2:;; reu?li iu .ivv. '?"."." J
S.7i; lixht. $."..7" a 5. J : bulk. f al.-s, 4-.7".'- . ;..
JSheii i:eeet;.ts. 23.C-. Sh ep lii."tly
l'twe-r; l.m. ! 1V':"C lower. Jao.I t rh ,i .
wethers, J.!.lvl: f.dr to choice mlx.l. ' ' 'n z 41;
st-rn f heep, $?.'n3."i; natlv lamos. fj M.r.i:
Western laint!. i2il.-.
orhelal yuterly Pec !;t : Pattl. 5,P s;
hors, 31. 530; shee, r;.171 .S!il;m.-nt: Cattio,'
1.417: hoj?s. 3.7J; hep. 3. i 15.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. Cuttle lie -.ij.ts ,f
natives, R.tOj; Texans. ;n; native calve. :.
e'ernfe'i Het-rs anJ cows fttady to pu" I rr;
lib" cattle and mockers rd fe. lert MM'!;;
""" luv 'V . -'.Av J - " 7
Y"u can always ut It In an run rv -nv. While vour rnonev
remiln it draw THREE PER ( l.NT. INTER LEI". Y 1
li ive ah'.Uan! : r 1 ch' cU in w it ii-..iaw irnr n at a l-ri U.
SM LL sUMs Rpt LIVED JP-T s ( ( URTL l'sLY RV
THE TELLER As LARGE AMuI'M.
Ori'N SATURDAY NICHTS.
Gctn Ilttlo Stool Stile o
SECURITY TRUST COMP'NY
4S North Pennsylvania St. (Opp. Postoffice.)
RAILHOAI) TIMH CARD.
P. JJ. time it in 1LA( K t pi re Trmt rnartel
thct: P'ftily. ?eper. P Prlor Cr, O
thair Car. 1 Iir.injr Par.t Pxcept uoday.
BIG FOÜK KOUTIv.
C ity llcLct Office, No. 1 1- ahlncton HU
CLKVPI.AND LI MC
Anderten accommovlatian , 8 4
Vnlon City arc n)tnoiat.on 4.45
Cleveland. New ork A lioton.ex :.:
Ra nbow City Hpc;al W
IevrVorUant lioMon limited, d a.. '..
i V A lloi -KiiickertocWer.'l '-ii
HKS TOS RAUnOK LINK
Fenton Rarber eipret 8.45
Il-nton Rarbor exrrews. p M.n
W rw accon'.mouation 4."
XUhart apecial 4.45
sT. LOUIS LINK
Pt. Lon ia accommodation
ht. Lonia aouthwentem, l.m, d & 11.4-1
St. Loch limited, d n 3..
Terre HauteA Mattoon accom 5.(H
e-u Louia expre. 1 l.JSO
Lafayette accommodation 7.?0
luifaretta accommodation. .VI 5
( hirio fni mail, d p 11
Cl.icao. NV hite City pecia!, d p 3 31
Chicago night eirre. a ILM
Cincinnati nrrrn, a ...t. 41
CiDcinuati express, a............. 1
Cincinnati accommodation " .15
Cmcirnati acccanmodatlon 10 41
Cincinnati eipr. p ..' AO
'reeiihhur(r accomniodation Ä.3W
Cm -inriatl, Wathinton 1 1 ei. a d...4l.0
N. Vernon and L-uiville ex, a 45
N. Vernon and Lounville. ex 2JiO
Teorla. nioominrton m and ex 7.25
Peoria and iiloonunirton f ex. d p ....110
Champaign accommodation, p d 4.14
Peoria and Kioonunrton ex. a ! 1 .GO
M'ltlNHHPLD AMI CULPätüC LINK
Columbua and Spnugtleld ex 5 41 1 1.0
Ohio special, d r s ou x.ao
Lynn accommodation U.15 12.15
C IN., 11A.M. JL II AVTON KY,
City Ticket Office, 25 W. Wash. SL
Cincinnati eipreas c...4.I) 12.41
Cincinnati fast mail. a. ..8 II
I'm. ami Day tun fx, p. . tio 4
To.edo and Detroit eiprea, p ...110 4)
Cincinnati and Dayton ex. p ...
CiDC.nnati and Day tonimited, p d..4.4.
Cincinnati ana iayiou exprcea -
Toledo and Detroit expren
CHI INI. Jt I.OCIS. RV.
MTipkll III 'Z.S W.at With Ml
C'ln tro niKht ex.i..R.M S4S
Chicago taat mail. a. p d 7.0D
4 lncaK'0 iprrei, p d it,11
Chicago veetitule. P d 13.36
Mouori acconi....'- 14.00
LAKi: KltlK A: UI.MKKN II. IL
Toledo. Chlcaeo and Michigan ex t7.00 10 25
loledo, Iietroit and Chicago, lim.. "1 2. 20 t3.26
Muncie. Lafay'teand La port -pfc.t1.20 11U.26
INDIANA. D1XA1LK Ai VttSlKIlN
Decatur and Hu Louis mail and ex. ...15 O
Chicago xpre. p d t11. 60
Tuacola accommodation........ 13. 3 U
Dfcatur k teL Loaia lHt ex. ir....ll.lU
Ticket offices at
tauoa and al
Tra Htm by Utara Tim
Pmi&.ioinhix and New York ....S.S5
hiliunoie and Wanhington 1S5
Columbus. Ind. and Louiaville 4.10
Kicnniond and Columbua. O 7 .20
I'.gua and Columbua. U 7-20
Co.ucibus and Richmond .20
Vincfiinea Kipre 7.2U
ColumbuB. Ind fe Madiaon Ouo. only) 7.30
Maruiinvillc Accommodation H.OO
Columbus, lnd. and Ioutarille 8.05
North Vernon and Madison ....t-0
I)Tton and Xenia a.25
Pitteburjc od Kast 8.Ü
Jlartliifville Acconi (Sun. only) !')
Seymour Acconmodation 111.01
I.pnport and Chlcatro Ml. SI
M artinavillc Accommodation 11 2.30
KnijrhtPtown tnd Richmond 11.26
L -uifville A ccomniod at ion... ....... i 1 .2.1
l'lvtiadeiphia and Ne York 3.0.1
Itattiuiore and Washington 3.06
Dayton and bprnigneld... ......3.416
KprinKtlela ..3. 6
Columbua. Ind. and M adion........3 .66
Columtus, Ind. and Louisville 3.86
Piithl-urp and Kant 6
Coi., Ind and Mad Ac. (Sun. only) 36
hpencr acccmlnodation 1.1 1
l liiladelphia and New York. 7.1
Imytc-n and Xenia 7 lo
Cciiinibua. Ind., Accommodation. ..t-30
Martinsville accommodation .....11 1 OO
Lccansport and Cttcaro 12-23
Tene naute. Ft. Louis and West Mi
Ttrre Raute and tH. luis acconi
'lerre Haute, bt. Louia and WesL..l 2.T5
WtbUrn Kxpret.it 3.3
Terre Haute and KCingham ace ... .14.00
1 erre Haute and M Louis tasimaiL2.1U
It. Louia aud au l'uiuut Wen '11JÜ
f.iir to gjo.l. 51 C 'o'oX:: fto.krs ani feedrrs,
yi.hrii:.?:.: W..tfrn fd FtiK. tr.ii; Y'eri
rai j. Mtf. ?3.2..i.2); Texaa and Indian
m.i, J-.; 3.S-".; Texas cows. 21Z.ö; nativa
WS, tl.r.-'ri; lirifrs. 2 7.'."i : annert, Jl.i9
Ci bullV. f2.4"j3ft: cnlv-s.
Ili.j--- Pevililf, 11,.Vi; f'iT'. lower. Top. JS;
bulk. ?;. "''; ..: ; heavy. $.'..1 ;: iniiei f keti,
?o.. :.'.: li:ht. ..2.v5.;.; pi:. 14Ziti.ZZ.
hh.'ji K- ftil-t!. 4.5 v; Klie j. etoMoy, iambs lrO
lower. Native 1 nut.-. IPM.T."-; Western lambs,
. : .." .1 4.:.'; native wethers, S3.1.".'t3.7i; Western
wethers, ewt-s, Ji 3.4 J; culls, 11.0
MIW YORK. O.-t. 20. Reevea Receipt, Z.Kl.
(l.nil ste.'rs ptea-ly: others s!"Wr to lie lower;
hulls arid cows weak to Po cfT. Steer. $3.7'
r.eji; oxen and sfau. 12 ( :5.2r: 'ws, tl.Vi'y 2.1';
e l., ice fat cow?, JJ.50. llxpcrts, 2, 10 quarters of
Ca lve Receipts. 2.21. Vea!s l'.. lower; grass
ers steelv to Uronrf. 1. $4.-'.i S.2i; lltil
calves, J5.:.0; grasscrs. ?2'.i;t.2j; fed t:tlcs, J3.5'J
Sl;ep nnd L,rcbs Ileeelpts, ll.!"?. Shep
slow; lambs I'o bwir. Shi, 12-i2r.: ruil,
$1.2:'i 1.7".; larr. s. t'..li'uZ; culls, t3.r0i3.:0; Can
ada lambs. J4 XZ'.'jb.
Hoss Pecelj.ts. r,.(;i4. MarVct lower. Top
piic.fc f'jr Stüte hoa. ;.4i.
PAST lil'lTALM, t. "V-"attle Recelrts
licht Market erv dull and lower fir common
(rra.ies. Old cows." $l.f fi i.2'; fair, 2 f.'"Q3; IikM
hiüers, Z.l"li J.1-; tu gwJ caltlw here. Veals,
H. 1fs Rf c lpt. 34 ar.. Market low. P.et
hnavy. $-.l.". .i i.2 : mixed ard mediums, JC.j6.13;
pijss." :,. 'I ". bü; toushs. f.. '''ti.i'.
fhee p at: l Lfitnhs Re elj ts. ii car?. Market
r i'f-i,e d st. -adv. T..;i hi.i.b. f l.C.'.'.j 4.7'.; dosed l'.
I. ". higher, e'ull.i t- ."d, t'l.C-'i 4.: T.o. Sh.-r
firm. .Mixed toj, $3 :s.4..; culla to good. I1.5i
3.20; wethern. tZ.ll'i Z.b); yearlings, fair t
choice, $.:.2j J.7.".
ST. LOPIS. ejet. SO. fatt!e Keceij.ts, 6..r0. In
clu iir? 2. .".") Te'Tirs. MirKt fer nntii ahlr?irf
e i--.it itecrs. t'.li'); M"lel bef RraJes. 4e.;
st-.-rs under l.fn'J M". !I-r-' cij; st.-k-ra and ftf.l
ers, JC't 4 ; cows arid h-1'etr, SI 2.'V4 -5; canrers,
!'.:.2.; l.i!l. ; Tex a an! In-lua
steers. J?.:1 ''4.41; ce.wa and .fifers. ."75.2i.
Hoes Pe-cetj ts, S. ..': I'j V'-c I'. w-r. I'!.' anl
lUhts r..."'.! '.'r, n;i kers, V fljb.lö; buuhera,
:. y..'j C. 2:.
c;lf ..jviifrr !r,ts. 2.P0: "fir. Native- rri'it
tors. j7",V' r-": lambs. J3 75'yi; culls anl bucks,
R.:..C'2.:r.; Ho ker?. 1..' '-IZ.
S(i;.'TIl OMAHA. Ort. SO Tattle-Recdrts.
4.J.'. MHlkit afll-. Native l.-.-f etrs, 14.70 t
6 4": Wertern !t-t?. JI.TV.. 2; Tex is teer,
J.:...'.'.-' 4. 4; cows and 1. If. 1 u Ho higher at IZ.hl J
4. eais. l-'ij.
l!nt:s-!;n-i b, .I'-l. Market Z lower; doel
ttrr.g. JP. y. '.7-..; rnix-d. P. 7'"- "..721 j;
lu-ht. $'..''' i ' 72;..; -if sal.-s, f j.7'"-i .'. 72!j.
jtie.. ,,;..(. .i t.-. . .'.. M rk'-t a. tive iin-l
strurifer. U c-th-ra, iZ.Z'y.'.lr, ewes, '; 3.U;
hn.l . JIT'.'j 1 ,V).
I. e .rjs v . ..!.:. cvt. ?A Cattle slow. Pxt--a
si. it t-ir?. ?'.! '..25: l!:ht hlj-5 tr-ir, fl. c hole
bjt,l..r f te r-, Ü'ii.l"; fair to .i-.J butchers,
J.i.:. 7'.; e h..i--.. v. a Is. J". 2Vi .". ' .
11 stte.l-.. be-.-t h-.lies s.-Mir.c at Xj.ij; me-
eii.m s. 1". 7 ':".'; lirhts, J. i-'.f. 1 t
12V Ihs, .).".'.; to 1" 11--. ii.2J; ;c to )
II. . :.: r-'i.th. Ii .jj.l".
!.! e-Tr-r:.dy dull, x et y few e-!ar.ir al)va
J2.2-'.; Leti.b.s ud t extia, Ji.7i'j4; e-orr.mon.
t i j
CINCINNATI. Oct. S'-IL?! easier at 13. CJ
Cattle 1'j!l r.el l wer nt 11.7'; " P..
feh'-.-j, eluil at tl 1 2.7i; lati.bs st-a !y nt J2 "5.
Itttion fci I)iinia llic lollnrax In
llctr.ieiit to II llearel rt Week.
NKW Y(JI'JC. Oct. Z The application of
C't:r.se 1 for RnKuiJ R. M'llruux fer th
eli.:r.is.-;;l of the in. lictme .it c h irplng Mm
xvith the- miirde r of Mr?. Rathcrine AJani
came tip be-fore Ju'1k XIt.Ma!iin in th
Court of de r.er.il S -"Ions to-.lay. An ap-
r,.lic;iti"Ti f'T an a! jjiirnnieiit of tho nrgu
merit xiis made lv Atar.t lUstri t At
toriie y tlarvln. Kx-(i n e rn -r Pl.u k. ef
eeuii.se 1 for M-e'.iMeux. urK-l that ilio ln
lictment be ell .nie.I bt Art u. e lileval
lenfe- iva l r rite-il to the granj Jury
whli'h feur.l the- lt;dn tnicnt and ul-n on th
qrounel that the jn.la tun :A was fottn! oti
in-utM !- Tit e b!eü. e-. Jit.!-f McM.ihon silj
hv 1 1 - i 1 tb-elhil t- j . . t J n the arttTim lit
f r e iie- et" li. l!x-t',ii e-rr..ir i:li.k jjrei
tett'l. !.ilr'eT the !efeiuhint h.ol been hi
jxison for thre-e Ni'.ir., it mi that Ma
should not be b e II. 11-. I rtluni! 1 1 k an or.
e'.lnary ea.e f eeuli e tlnjc rent." Judp Mo
M.lholl re:lie-l ti:Ht 11.) injl'.ntic WOUll b
eli. ne the elef e n.laiit lv the adjournmci.t,
and hv then et the hearing tvr v. Z.