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THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1002.
VITAL STATISTICS JAN. SO.
John G. Nantz a.l Mar! K. Smith.
Janifs J. Chilean and Hannah M. Chester.
P-ttr'ck and Mary Malnny. 521 Chadwick
M.itt an.-J Jej hin. 1U. 1'.'- South Senate av..
r.ue. 'h .
IMwart nr. I Elizabeth Krlb. ST. 3 South Me
rt t;.n tret. jrirl.
15. and Nellie Mason. S1S East Nineteenth
tl-et. I -oy.
I tic hard an.l Julia I-tfrisru. f..! Pro;ect street.
K. J. and Corddia TarW. 2215 Rural street.
Amelia Nowland. elK.ty-or.e, 1111 Dearborn
F.dward S-n.-ky. two. ShfTV!1 aver.u. croup.
UnUnnd Kyan, lit! Linden street, scarlet
ltura Hücker, twenty-on. 1T2T West street,
J'hn L Craln. thirty-ore, St. Vincent's Hos
fital. typhoid fcv-r.
May 'iay. fourteen, Z'-Z West Thirteenth street,
FOWtn- William G. Power died Wednesday.
Jan. Z'J. at M a. m. Funeral ervice will b-
hld at the rf.'I'Vnro of his stter. 20'"4 Uroadway.
Friday. Jan. 21. 1'. - at 1 p- rn. Friends in
vite!. Hurial prUate.
JIONKMKNTS A. Diener, 4t' K. Washington.
Tel. 2525. Uranch woiks K. entrance Crown Hill.
fin nit a i. numerous.
FLANNEIt & IICCI I AN AN (Licensed
emhalmers.) Can ship diphtheria and
ncarlet fever. Lady embalnvr for
li,?l on fhlUnn !! Nnrth Illi
nois street. Telephon 41. new and old
. k k n k : k i j . New 250.
223 N. llaware St.
Undertakers. 124 W. Market st. Tl. 215.
JOUOAL IUSIKfS I)IIli:CTOKY.
Passenirer and freight. Repairs and supplies.
TtKKDY & CO. 'Phones Ne w 317'J ; old 22752.
New No. :1 Mass. av.. 2-" N. Del, st. Tel. 810.
IlorsR & MAYHEW, Practical Opticians.
1-fi Monument place. English Hotel block.
F.. T. SILVirs & CO., lOS N. Pennsylvania st.
Free pamphlets and consultation.
THOMAS It. PELL. Consulting engineer and
yatt-nt solicitor, 61 Ingalli block. Indianapolis.
V. II. LOCKWOOD, pamphlet or any general
Information free of charge.
415.-41S Lemcke Building.
It EST A U RA NTS
STnc.MEIR I5ROS.. Oyster and Chop House.
VI X. Illinois tt. Itoth 'phones 7'.H.
SALE AND LIVERY STAHLES
HORACE WOOD. (Carriages. Traps. Burk
boards. etc.) Z', Circle. Tel. V)'Jl.
THE PEERLESS FOUNDRY CO.. 710 Meek st.
New 'phone 2iC.
WALL PA PEES
II. C. STEVENS. New Style Wall Taper.
Low prices. S. Srate av. Tel. 2 on 2X2.
ii'J N. Delaware st. Tel. 411. Lady attendant.
I'OK S A I. Ii It HAL ESTATE.
HEAL ESTATE List your real estate with W.
A. GREYER. .5 Majestic Rldg.
JOR RENT See list at 131 E. Market; ground
Soor. GREGORY & APPEIj.
FO It It IIS T 31 1 S CE L L A . E O I S .
FOR RENT Typewriters ; high-grade machines;
prices reasonible. Cull on us. UNITED
TYPEWRITER AND SUPPLIES CO.. La Monu
V ANTED Three floor niolJers and three bench
mold er, accustomed to all kinds of machine,
tool and Jotbinic work; union wanes paid. Ad-
fires PHOENIX I HUN' FOUNDRY, blS Wade
trcet. Cincinnati. O.
LOANS Money on mortgages.
127 East Market street.
C. F. SAYLES,
FTNANCIAL Money to loan; long time; low
rate; no commission. U. W. COFFIN. 42 Lom
FINAN'CIÄLIrivate money to loan oil real
state, with prtvliesre of prepayment. W. A.
GREYER. 4 Majestic ltld)f.
VTn'AN'CIAL Firat-mnrtKase loans on improved
Indlana(olIa property; lowest rates; privilege
f prepayment. SPANN & CO.. 14S E. Market.
fTnaNCIALA general agency forhT"8uTeof
Indiana can be had by an active business
producer; permanent employment; 1on 1 and ref
rencu required. Address H. Ii. AUDEN, secre
tary, ZZ IJroadwayJN'ew York.
FINANCIAL liony to loan on larm mortgages
anywhere in Indiana at tie lowest rates or In
terest; full partial payment privilege granted;
large loans solicited; correspondents invited.
CLEM EN TS & EVANS. Crawf..rUsvlll. lud.
LET US RE YOUR RANKER.
"We can loan you money cheaper than any
ther concern In the city. Why? lieceu.";- of
our large business and high-grade customers.
Loans made to employes holding a permanent
position, e us before placing a loan.
THE SALARY LOAN CO..
Tel.. new. 22:3. M7 Stevenson Building.
BUSINESS CHANCE For Sale A fT.COo stock of
Jewelry; established business of over 2) years;
a olden opportunity for any one with capltai
and experience; parties desiring to invent should
act promptly. Address ANDREW S. OUR,
administrator of L. A Davis, Greenfield. Ind.
iTÜYlNESS CHANCE A "legitimater i-ermanentT
and cash business that's a monopoly is offered
active party with some capital to invest, where
tvtth ordinary labor JO.OOo can be cleared yearly;
no schemes; lna fide business opening; owner
requests careful examination. For personal in
terview address Iiox 1U0, care Journal.
NOTICE Hot air furnaces, with combination
gas burners; for burning gas and other fuel
at the same time. JOSEPH GARDNER. j
Kentucky ave Telephone U22.
NOTICE If In need of second-hand building ma
terlal of any ues-rii t'.on call on or 'phone T11F
INDIANAPOLIS WRECKING Co.. luij Corn-U
v. New '1'hone 3 OLD RUILDINCS
BOUGHT AND ToitN IHUVX.
All advertisements inserted In these columns
re charged at very low rate of 3 cents a line
additional chance per line for blank or dash
lines. Telephone 23 and your ad will be called
INSURANCE Insure your home In the Roral
Insurance Company. W. a. GRETER. ui
BTORAOE The Union Transfer and Storare
Company, corner East Ohio street and Uee
J!ne tracks; only first-class storage solicited
Crating and packing of household goods a
apeelalty. SPECIAL FREIGHT RATES on
moments of household goods to Pacifla coast
and other Western points.
PALMISTRY Madame McNaird-e Moore, the
palmist, phrenonoglst and clairvoyant; ona of
the greatest character readers ltvinir; advice by
trail II. Address 4l7l2 Indiana avenue. Call
night or day. you are always welcome; perm
FOR bALE The I ox. Manhattan and other
leading makts for sale .r rent at anti-trust
trices. G. M MERRICK. Gn. At. Phones, icj
114 E. Washington st.. Inlanapoa.
DEPOT Q M. DE1-T. JEFFERSON VILLE.
Ind.. Jan. 14. 1'2. Sealed pr p. al. In tripli
cate, will be receltd hr ui.til lv o'clock a. m.,
Feb. 3. 1 2. for one "Do.-t0r" purr.;.ltg er.gtne at
Jeffereonvlile De'ot. All Inforitiatln furnished
On ap; licstlon. Kltrht rjeTd to reje. t or ac
crt any or all bids, or any part th-reof. E;i
1 3pe containing jroposals shoull le marked
"Proposals fr 'Doctor' Pump." and addressed to
J. M. MARSHALL. Asttant Q. M. General.
Kann City Journal.
From all reports as to the jersrml at
tractions of T"t An. the foreign ministers
have no reason to complain lcuuse she !
concealed herself behind a screen. i
LARGE REVENUE EARNERS
vi:ic;iiig and inspection nu-
IIKAIS rilOFITAIJLK TO ROADS.
Fmploves Asking; Increased Iny The
Community of Interest May Abol.
lull Outside Ticket Offices.
The following tatemnts show the ln-erf-a?'
in revenue derived by the roads
which form the Indianapolis Weighing and
In.pectinff Bureau Association. Thia Is the
sixteenth annual report, and the revenue
has increased from $.321.63 In to
SKI'S In 11 at Indianapolis alone, and at
other points where the service Is in opera
tion Rains have bven in proportion to the
business done, and are fully as striking.
During l'sl thMe were welgjied at Indian
apolis 41,6-1 4 cars, nnd of this number 1S.203
showed excess, and the grains from this
source for the year were $117,7:2.'Jl ; sains
from weighing platform freights, $21,015.42;
Kains in revenue from changes in classifi
cation, $19,C4.f, making a grand total gain
through operations of the bureau of $1C2.
olS.'jS. Helow is given the gains in revenue
through operations of the bureau for the
sixteen years it has bt-en in existence:
lsSo. H0.S21.fiO; lv7. $31.507.29; KSS. r,n.S23.15;
lSr, 534.OW.10; IS. $1oJ,:h7.22; 1S31. 5112,241.54;
lsr2, $125.901.27; 103, $117,707.81; 1S91. U3.S&3.fö;
IV 5. $i:.52..33; 1S5", $104.817.77; 1V7, $10:5.841.24;
is: $13.5K:.62; J1KP;7.5; l'), $Uf,373.53,
ld, $12.34S.IS; total. J1.6SI.534.61.
At Terre Haute there were weighed dur
ing the year 42.035 ctrs, and 1S.315 were
loaded to excess. The gains in revenue
from changes in weights was $ol,3:;2.K5; from
platform freights, $3,n57.4l; from changes In
clarsificatlon. 3,113.27, making total gains
At Louisville, JeffersonvlIIe and New Al
bany, which points are under one agency,
there were j:t,l3! cars weighed and 5,616
showed excess. The gains from weighing
freights were $64.453.65; from weighing plat
form freights, $5,018.11; changes in classifi
cation, $4,7S5.53, making a grand total of
At Evansville 9jo2 cars were weighed
and 2,) showed excess. The gain in weigh
ing was $13.192.37; in weighing platform
freights. $1,711.10; in change of classifica
tion, $215.42, making total gains of $15.11$. 83.
At Vlncennes 4,610 cars were weighed and
1.6S2 showed excess. The gain from weigh
ing carload freights was $i5.3U6.S7; from plat
form freights, $vT7.47; from changes in
classification. $26,55. making a grand total
of $S,0!i.S3. During the year J. li. Eckman,
who has been chief Inspector from the
formation of the bureau, died, and F. Barr
was appointed acting inspector, and has
filled the requirements so well that he prob
ably will be appointed chief inspector of
the Indianapolis district.
Oeenu to Ocean fa Three Days.
From ocean to ocean In three days is the
time the Canadian Pacific express expects
to make early In the spring. The equip
ment for the new service will cost the
system nearly $1,OiO,0u0, and will be sup
plied by builders in the United States.
This service will be In addition to that
formerly operated and the new train will
be tri-weeitly. The Canadian Facltic will
cut twenty-four hours from the running
time, making a sventy-two-hour schedule
between Montreal and Vancouver. The
average running time will be 40.3 miles an
hour. The train will make no local stops
Personal, Loenl nml General Note.
Harry Miller, general manager of the
Vandalla, yesterday returned from the
C. S. Rhoads, superintendent of tele
graph of the Big Four, is quite 111 with
F. M. Butchel has been appointed Inspec
tor of police on tJbe Pennsylvania's South
C. E. Schaff, general manager, and
George Ivittredre, chief engineer of the Iii;
Four, were in the city yesterday.
The IVoria' & Eastern has prepared plans
for a r.ew depot at Crawfonisville, the
estimated cost of which is $25,x.
W. D. Dodsworth will to-morrow take the
position of general agent of the Chicago
Milwaukee & St. Paul at Milwaukee.
Vv". M. Duane, superintendent of the St.
Louis division of the Big Four, was called
yesterday to Boston by the death of a
Angus Sinclair, editor of Locomotive En
gineering (Philadelphia), attended the
funeral of David McCargo at Pittsburg on
To-morrow P. r. Clark, assistant ticket
agent of the Big Four lines at Cleveland,
will retire and become connected with a
J. It. Nicholas, who wan stricken with
convulsions at Salt Lake on Tuesday, and
Is thought to be fatally ill, was formerly
receiver of the Union Pacific.
The Southern Indiana Railroad has pur
chased an almost complete right of way
through Sullivan. The station site also has
been purchased, and work will be begun
The relations between the Grand Trunk
and the South Shore railways are again
strained, and the former refuses to haul Its
trains over the Victoria bridge afttr
V H. Taylor, chief clerk to William
G arstang. superintendent of motive power
of the Big Four, who has been quite ill
for two weeks, was at his ofilce a short
There is excellent authority for stating
that the Pennsylvania, which controls the
Long Island, will connect It with the New
York, New Haven &. Hartford, not by tun
nel, but by a bridge.
Tien Fletcher, traveling passenger agent
for the Grand Trunk Railroad, and one
of the best known railroad men In Michi
gan, died at Detroit on Thursday from the
effects of a stroke of paralysis.
J. E. Buckingham, former chief rate clerk
In the general passenger office of the Bur
l.ngton c Missouri road, has been appoint
ed assistant general passenger agent, vice
Arthur B. Smith, who resigned in Novem
ber. It is rumored that M. S. Conners, general
superintendent of the Hocking Valley road,
will take service with the Lake Shore1, and
that H. S. Qulgley, superintendent, will
succeeel Mr. Conners as general superin
tendent. There Is the best of authority for stat
ing that there are no grounds for the ru
mored changes in passenger officials of the
Erie line. Reports were general that suc'i
was to be the case and definite information
At a meeting of the directors of the Chi
cago, Rock Island & Pacific, yesterday,
George M. McMurtey. F. 1 Hlne and F.
S. wheler were elected to the board in
place of IL R. Bishop. Tracey Dows and
F. II., Griggs, who retired.
A. C. Shaw, general asent of the passen
ger tlepartment of the Canadian Pacific,
was in the city lat night, accompanied by
Traveling Passenger Agent Benjamin. Mr.
Shaw says that over 25.000 settlers from
this country located on their lands In lid.
A. Gordon Jones has been appointed su
perintendent of the Washington division
of the Southern Railway, with ollice at
Charlottesville, Va. F. K. Hughes has been
appointed superintendent of the Charleston
division, vice A. Gordon Jonos, transferred.
Rand & McNally have Issued a very com
plete map of the railroad lines controlled
by the Pennsylvania. The series, which
represents the whole United State;, is in
continuous form, and was an idea of W.
R. Schofield. chief clerk of Vice President
The Pennsylvania will take care of Prince
Henry In his travels in this country and
George V. Boyd, assistant general pas
senger aRcnt, v.ill accompany the prince
on his Journey. The Pennsylvania will fur
nish a fine train und one of it best loco
motives to haul it.
It Is statod that President Loree. of the
Baltimore i Ohio, has sent circulars to
heads of departments to the effect that re
daction must be maio in the operating ex
penses of every detainment, and changes
in both the passenger and freight depart
ments are looked for.
A Cleveland telegram eays a deal was
consummated in that city on Wednesday
whereby the Cleveland. Cincinnati. Chicago
A St. Louis will lun Its trains from Cleve
land to Pittsburg over the Erie and Pitts
burg & Lake Erie lines. The details of
the deal have not yet been made public.
It Is stated that the community of In
terest lines have under consideration the
alollshlng tf outside ticket offices and do
ing away with the exjwn.ee of maintaining
them, the opinion lelng that It can be done
without loss of revenue to the roads in
the Northern Securities Company's terri
tory. It is stated that Boston men are again
buying stock and securities of the Monon.
The company's earnings are large and the
load occupies a strategic position. The
preferred stock Is receiving its full dividend
and the earnings the present year bid filr
to bo equivalent to 6 per cent, of the com
Corporation Counsel Rives, of Nev. York,
has decided that the Board of Aldermen
had no authority to. pass a resolution
requiring the- establishment of a block
signal system In tre New York Central tun
nel. Further than this, he said, the Board
of Aldermen had no power over the regula
tion of traffic on the road.
The Michigan Central is to expend money
liberally on its western division the pres
ent year. Between Niles and Buchanan it
is to relocate its line at a cost of $100,0'',
and will reduce grades and eliminate curves
between Michigan City and Gallon, also on
the Michigan division, improvements esti
mated to COSt J210.IMJ.
Arthur G. Wells has been appointed as
general manager of the Santa Fe's coast
lines, vice W. G. Nevin, deceased. Mr.
Wells left the Bis Four on account of ill
health and went to the coast In a subordin
ate position. His rise on the Santa Fe has
been rapid. He is a brother-in-lavr of J.
A. Barnard, general manager of th6 Peoria
& Eastern lines.
The ten new modern freight engines de
livered to the Panhandle this week will
be nut in service on the Pittsburg end of
the lino, and engines now In use on that j
envision win ue sent to me lnuianapon
division. The old Class .R engines will
be sent to the shops at Indianapolis and
Louisville to be rebuilt, and possibly sold
or placed on divisions where traffic i3
Western roads have received a polite but
broad hint from Chairman Donald, of the
Central Passenger Association, that it. Is
irregular for them to ticket clergymen
through from the West to Eastern pednt
on a combination of clerical rates and if
they fail to stop it the Central Passenger
lines will in every instance when settle
ments are made exact full proportion of
Throughout V.toi the Panhandle lines
made a good showing, the increase in gross
earnings over those of any previous year,
on an average. King $139,235 per month, and
after deducting fixed charges for the year
there is an available balance for dividends
of $1,347.026, after allowing for 4 per cent, on
the preferred Mock and a like sum for the
common stock, which is now on a 3 per
There is reporteel to be friction regarding
the official changes contemplated on the
Baltimore & Ohio lines west of Pittsburg.
There are said to be three factors to please
C. S. Wright, manager of freight traf
fic, who represents the old line of officials
on the B. & O. ; Oscnr Murray, traffic
manager, who has done so much to place
the Baltimore Sc Ohio in its present envi
able position, he representing the new in
terest, and another factor consists of in-flue-ntlal
persons on the recently acquired
lines. The misunderstanding started in
Baltimore, v,here Mr. Wright dropped one
of the Murray men against the latter's
wishes, and as a consequence changes on
the lines west are deferred.
The Queen & Crescent route Is making
great preparations for Madl Gras business
at New Orleans and Mobile, which prom
ises to be the largest ever known. Fast
schedules, vestibuled limited trains with all
modern equipments will run twice a day
trom Cincinnati, making twenty-four-hour
schedules from Cincinnati to Mobile and
New Orleans.. The Queen & Crescent is
almost loo miles shorter than any other
line between Cincinnati and the Crescent
city. Fast trains carry dining cars, ob
servation, parlor and cafe cars, through
Pullman sleepers arl palace day coaches,
which, with the fast schedules now in
effect, make a trip to New Orleans one of
TWO BURGLARS KILLED
DETAILS OF THE SHOOTING OF
Two Men V" e 1 an Decoy nnd 4 lie
Burglars Slnln by Olllcersi Two
the Latter Wounded.
GALLIPOLIS O., Jan. CO. Marshal
Peter Finsterwald, of Athens, who was
shot here last night in a fight in which
two burglars were killetl while attempting
to rob the residence of Mrs. Priestly,
passed a restless night and was taken to
his home at Athens this morning. His
wound is dangerous, but not necessarily
fatal. Deputy Sheriff Manering's injuries
are said now not to be dangerous. Harvey
Williams, one of the eleael burglars. Is an
Athens county man, while Lysle, the other,
has been living in Gallipolls. No one has
yet claimed either body. It is now known
th it the two dead men had intended to
torture Mrs. Priestly, even unto death, in
order to secure her supposed hidden wealth.
The dead robbers are at an undertaking
establishment and have been viewed by an
excited throng all morning. It has been
found that the name of Brlgham Is printed
on Lysle's undershirt and it may be his
identity has not been established. The
coroner did not hold an inquest and may
turn the bodies over to a medical college;
If not they will be buried here.
The dead robbers were known as Harvey
Williams and John Lysle. Thej' had been
leaders of a gang which committed many
burglaries in this section. Mrs. Priest,
whom the men had planned to rob, lives
with a maid and nephew as her only com
panions, her husband and son having died
six years ago. In the basement of her home
is a large safe, which used to be the re
ceptable for large sums. Several attempts
to rob her have been thwarted and the
wUlow has been In peril. As a precaution
she had her money ami valuables removed
from the big iron sate to a place of se
curity. Several weeks ago Sheriff Murphy, of
Athtns county, received a tip that plans
had been laid to rob the Priest house, antl
that the robbers had taken a man named
Bob Sweet into their confidence. The sher
iff persuaded Sweet and a blacksmith
named Weidon Kyle to acquaint themselves
with the plans for the robbery and to as
sist him in foiling them. Sheriff Murphy
ami Marshal Fitzgerald, of Athens, ar
rived here yesterday and arranged with
Sheriff McDaniel, of this county, to entrap
the robbers. The two decoys were to ac
company the robbers and assist in the cap
ture. The robbers reached the Priest house
at 7 o'clock last evening, and Immediately
upon entering began to lire their revolvers,
according to a prearranged plan, to terror
ize the household. The eteeoys remained in
the rear masked, so the officers could iden
tify them. A fusillade followed, and Sweet
and Kyle joined the officers.
The criminals made a fierce fight and were
riddled with bullets before they sank to the
iloor, dead. Williams was shot In the hall,
where be was with two officers, and Lysle
fell in the room he entered frcm the side
door. Marshal Finstt rwald, of Athens, was
shot over the heart and in the right arm
and Deputy Sheriff Mannering received a
Lullet in the right arm and hip.
Two More IlurK'nrs Shot.
VALLEY, Neb., Jan. Co. Mat Ruhlin. a
saloon keeper, and a- number of citizens
had a tight with two burglars who had
broken into the saloon, early to-day, in
which both of the burglars were shot. One
of them. George Meyers, who was cap
tured, was shot in the left breast and may
not recover. The tther escaped, but
Meyers says he was shot in the arm. A
dozen shots were exchanged, but none of
the citizens was hurt.
Louis l-'lelrliiiiaiiit Paralyzed.
NEW YORK. Jan. CO. Louis Fleischman.
uncle of the present mayor of Cincinnati
and a well-known millionaire, is critically
ill at his home here. He Is suffering from
a patalytic stroke, surfend early to-day
that has left his rixht side h. Ipless and
deprived him of the power of speech. Fears
r.re entertained that he will not recover.
Mr. l-ieisihman has not enjoyed robust
health for about two years.
Enraueel When Sentenced to Die.
SPRINGFIELD. Mass., Jan. 30. John D.
Cassetts was sentenced this afternoon to
be. electrocuted during the week of May
4 for the murder of Mrs. Mary J. Lane,
in Ixmg Meadow. Feb. 26. l:01. Cassetts
became vblent after sentence was pro
nounced, and he shouted: "May God curse
every man who sent me to the chair!" He
waB hurried out of court.
AN AGREEMENT REACHED
IT TERMINATED AVIIAT GAVE PROM
ISE OF IIEIG A DRY CASE.
The Case nisminned Just After the
Trial Had Hemm New Cnaea of
Various Kinds In Local Courts.
A suit that commenced ominously in
Judge Leathers's court yesterday had a
pleasant though somewhat surprising finish.
It -was the case of the Consolidated Coal
and Lime Company against Cornelius
Browder and was a suit on a contract.
When the case was called the attorneys
sat behind a pile of law books that reared
themselves high on the tables. The Judge
and the court officers as well as the jury
sat back and prepared for a long and tire
Fome examination of witnesses and prosy
arguments. Finally, after the case had
progressed about live minutes, the attor
neys for the plaintiff and tlte attorneys for
the flcfendant began to do some whispering
among themselves and the result of It was
that the court was asked to dismiss the
case. The attorneys had come to an agree
ment, by which Mr. Browder was to pay
the Consolidated Coal and Lime Company
CASHING OF A CHECK.
A Suit Thnt Is Based Largely I'pon
A suit in which the American National
Bank, of this city, is concerned Indirectly
was filed yesterday by the First National
Bank, of Danville, Ind. The Danville in
stitution wants a judgment of $3o granted
by the court against the American Produce
Company. It ls alleged by the bank that
Harry T. Owen was manager and agent
of the produce company at Clayton, Ind.,
and that it had authorized him to draw
checks In his own name upon the American
National Bank, of this city, to be paid from
the funds of the defendant in the American
Bank. It is further alleged that Owen
signed and delivered to a man named Wil
liam H. McCormiok a check for $2uo, which
McCormiek presented to the plaintiff at
Danville for payment and for which he re
ceived the face value. Then, in the course
of Its business, the Danville bank alleges
It sent the check to the American National
for payment, and that the defendant in
structed the Indianapolis bank to withhold
payment. Since Owen was a duly author
ized agent of the produce company, and
had Its authority, so it is said, to draw
checks, the -plaintiff declares that the prod
uce company must render it the value of
Appointment of a Receiver.
Judge Leathers yesterday granted a peti
tion for a receiver for the Hoosier Packing
Company made by the American Label
Company. It was representee! to the court
that the liabilities of the company are
something like $6.ooc, while Its assets are
only about $6o0. The American Label Com
pany holds a claim against the packing
company for $74.50, which it wants satis
fied. The Central Trust Company was ap
pointed by Judge Leathers as receiver.
Released Under CertHln Conditions.
Judge Alford heartl the case of Harry
Toomey, accused of forgery, yesterday, in
the Criminal Court. The evidence per
suaded his Honor to release Toomey under
certain conditions, although he will be
held subject to arrest, It Is said. The
prosecutor said yesterday that Toomey
seems to be a tlegenerate and was probably
not responsible for his acts. It is said he
Is well connected in St. Louis and has rela
tives with money.
On Itelmlf of IXnte.
Ruth M. liosart, administratrix of the
estate of Timothy L. Bosart, has sued
Charles H. McCarty, Francis M. Tomlinson
and George H. McCaslin for $560. She al
leges that they are indebted to the estate
of Timothy L. Bosart to that extent as
representing the value of a note held
against them which they have refused to
Furniture Company Not Involved.
A jury in the Circuit Court has held the
Reliable Furniture and Carpet Company
free from connection with the acts of W.
O. McKinney. who went to the house of
Mrs. Lucille- Dudey to recover a baby car
riage. McKinney is a constable and not
employed by the furniture company.
Ten Divorce Cases on Docket.
Next Monday is "elivorce elay" day in
Superior Court, Room 3, and Judge Leath
ers will sit In judgment upon all sorts of
complaints made by dlssatisfleel wives and
husbands uneasy under the bonds of matri
mony. The judge stated yesterday that
ten cases are on the docket.
Sues for 91,2&0.
Joseph A. Rink yesterday filed suit
against John Martin for $1,200, that being
the amount which Mr. Rink holds he Is
entitled to from Martin on account of ad
vances made to him during the construc
tion of the Rink apartment-house at Ver
mont and Illinois streets.
THE COURT RECORD.
Room 1 John L. McMaster, Judge.
John Cuthrell vs. Indianapolis Street
railway Company; damages. On trial by
William Jungclaus vs.. Edwin Moore; on
note. Finding and judgment for plaintiff
against defendant for $3e3.14 and costs.
Less Sutton vs. Margaret Vandewenter
et al.; foreclosure. Finding for plaintiff in
the sum of $225 and costs.
Room 2 James M. Leathers, Judge.
Consolidateel Coal and Lime Company vs.
Cornelius D. Browder; account. Settled
Room. 3 Vinson Carter. Judge.
George R. Avery vs. Nordyke & Harmon
Company; damages. Jury return verdict
for defendant and answers to interroga
tories. Hattie Immell vs. Elsie E. Gray; ac
count. Jury return verdict for plaintiff for
$34. Judgment In favor of plaintiff for $34.
Judgment against plaintiff for costs.
John Brown vs. John F. Barrett; dam
age. On trial by jury.
Henry Clay Allen, Judge.
Luclle Dudley vs. William O. McKinney
et al.; elamages. Jury return verdict for
plaintiff against defendant McKinney for
1100 and for defendant the Reliable Furni
ture and Carpet Company.
Joseph H. Cooksey vs. Lula Cooksey; di
vorce. Dismissed by plaintiff. Judgment
against plaintiff for costs.
Montgomery Downs vs. Maude Downs;
divorce. Dismissed by plaintiff. Judgment
against plaintiff for costs.
John W. McMullen vs. Maggie Twyname.
From J. P. Trial by jury resumed. Evi
NEW SUITS FILED.
Ruth M. Bosart, administratrix of the
estate of Timothy L. Bosart, vs. Charles
H. McCarty. Francis M. Tomlinson and
George H. McCaslin; complaint on note.
Joseph A. Rink vs. John Martin; com
plaint on account. Superior Court, Room 1.
First National Bank of Danville vs.
American Produce Company; complaint
for judgment. Superior Court, Room 1.
Fremont Alford, Judge.
Samuel Day; incorrigibility. TUaded
guilty and was sentenced to Reform School
Harry Toomey; forgery. Defendant re
leased until further order of court.
HIGHER COFUTS HECOIll).
1J727. Simeon vs. The State. Madison C. C.
Affirmed. Hadley, J. 1. An Indictment or
Information Is sufficient If the charge is
made substantially in the language of the
statute defining the offense. 2. While to
aver that an act was feloniously done
will not make it so in fact, yet in making
a criminal charr it is essential, and has
the effect as a matter of pleading, to char
acterize the act complained of as having
been, done in a manner prehiblted by the
statute. 3. To charge in an information
that the defendant "feloniously" received
stolen goods, i3 equivolent to charging
that he received goods, which at the time
of receiving, were stolen goods. 4. . Re
ceiving stolen goods, knowing them to have
been stolen, is an independent substantive
offense, and In a prosecution therefor,
neither the thief, nor the next former
possessor, is upon trial, and his identity
is an immaterial matter. 5. In charging a
party with receiving stolen goods it 1 not
necessary to allege the name of the thief,
or that his name is unknown, yet if it is
alleged it must be proved for the identi
fication of the offense. '
10774. Martha M. Fenstermakcr vs. Cortie
Holman et al. Grant C. C. Transferred un
der act of from A. C. 3311.
13775. Willis B. Wheeler vs. State of In
diana. Warrick C. C. Record. Assignment
of errors. Notices below. Appellant's mo
tion for stay of execution. Appellant's mo
tion for oral argument. Submitted under
13776. George W. Brown et al. vs. Flora
White ct al. Marlon S. C. Record. Assign
ment of errors. Notice. Declination of co
appellant. German American Building and
3333. Hutton vs. Cunningham. Mont
gomery C. C. Petition for rehearing over
ruled per curiam. Where a conveyance
for a valuable consideration is made to one
person and the consideration paid by an
other, no use or trust results In favor of
the latter, but the title vests in the former,
except where the alienee takes an absolute
conveyance in his own name without the
consent of the person with whose money
the consideration was paid, or the alienee
purchased with money not his own in vio
lation of some trust or where by agree
ment and without fraud he takes the title
to hold all er part of the land in trust
for the party paying the purchas money.
3752. L. S., etc., R. R. Co. vs. Butts.
Whitley C. C. Reversed. Robinson. P. J.
1. The act of stopping a locomotive en
gine near a crossing is not of itself one
of negligence. 2. The starting of a loco
motive and train in a way that produces
such noises only as are necessarily pro
duced in properly starting them, even
theugh at a place of danger and where
horses are likely to be frightened, is not
negligence per se. It must be shown that
it was at a time and under such circum
stances as maele it negligent. 3. While it
is sufficient as against a demurrer for a
complaint to charge that an act resulting
In Injury was negligently or carelessly
done, yet such rule does not apply if other
averments show that the acts charged were
lawful and proper.
3S7S. Oster vs. Broe. Benton C. C. Af
firmed. Black, J. Where land Is held by
entireties an action and judgment against
the husband for refusal to permit the
future enjoyment of an easement by an
adjoining landowner, prevents future equit
able relief against the husband and wife
upon the same ground.
34S0. Hogue vs. State ex rel. Hendricks
C. C. Affirmed. Roby, J. 1. The sureties
upon the bond of a school trustee are
liable for the latter's defalcation of the
school funds. 2. The defense that other
officers were guilty of laches, in allowing
a school trustee to ejualify for his second
term, is not available to the sureties in
a suit upon his official bonel.
4277. Dugdale vs. Doney. Marlon S. C.
Motion to dismiss overruled. Roby, J.
A case involving equity jurisdiction does
not come within the jurisdiction of a jus
tice of the peace.
4235. Hill vs. Tierce. Grant C. C. Dis
missed. 4051. Coffinberry vs. McClellan. De Kalb
C. C. Extension of time for oral argu
3S12. James D. Maxwell et al. vs. Augustus
F. Shirts et al. Boone C. C. Appellant
Booker's brief (8) on motion to rctax.
42oS. Samuel E. Summerland et al. vs.
Hannah M. Summerland. Koscuisko C. C.
Waiver of notice by appellee, and joinder.
3V3. Robert Franklin et al. vs. Lewis Lee.
Vanderburg S. C. Appellants' brief on peti
tion for rehearing (S.)
3714. Alpheus W. Moon et al. vs. Pittsburg
Plate Glass Company. Howard S. C. Ap
pellants petition for written opinion.
426s. Letta E. Fouts ct al. vs. Frank M.
Millikan. Tippecanoe C. C. Appellants'
4323. William W. McBride. executor, vs.
Sarah M. Ulmer. Wells C. C. Appellant's
4103. The Farmers' Mutual Fire Insur
ance Company vs. Alexander E. Yetter.
Marshall C. C. Appellee's motion and no
tice to strike out parts of appellant's brief
and brief (S) on motion.
432.1. Jessie Case, minor, vs. Napoleon B.
Rlchason, sheriff, et al. Cass C. C. Trans
form! from S. C.
' 4326. Edward A. Getchel et al. vs. Chicago
Junction Railway Company. Porter C. C.
Transferred from S. C. 13651.
4329. Henry C. Kimble et al. vs. Board of
Commissioners of Franklin County. Fay
ette C. C. Record. Assignment of errors.
In term. Bond.
RECENT LEGAL OPINIONS.
A Libelous Will.
An exceedingly peculiar case was before
the Orphans' Court, of Pittsburg, Pa., re
cently, for decision. It was shown that
the will of a minister contained a state
ment to the effect that one Brady had re
ceived over $3,0O from the testator for
clothing, maintenance, eelucation, etc., and
had promised to repay it, but had not paid
a dedlar, and that the testator had no
Intention of releasing said debt, and had
bequeathed the same to two friends to col
lect for their own use. Brady, who is a
lawyer in Cleveland, thereupon filed a peti
tion asking that the estate be held respon
sible for the libel in the sum of $50,000. A
demurrer was filed, because of the minis
ter's eleath. but the court overruled the de
murrer, holding that the right of action
did not abate with the death of the testa
tor, because it had not accrued until after
the death and publication of his will. The
action certainly seems to be without prece
dent. The American Lawyer.
Attorneys Agreement to Pay for Litiga
tion. A stipulation In a contract between at
torneys and client for the payment by the
attorneys of the cost of litigation is held
to be against public policy, champertous,
illegal and void. 53 Lawyers' Reports An
notated (Utah), 532.J
landlord and Tenant Repairs.
An agreement in a lease requiring the
tenant to make all "inside and outside re
pairs" does not include extraordinary re
pairs occasioned by the falling in of the
roof of a part of the premises caused by
a heavy body of snow. Such words in a
lease import simply a general covenant
to make ordinary repairs, and they do not
take the holding out of the operation of
the real property law authorizing a tenant
to surrender premises rendered untenant
able by the elements when there Is no
written agreement to the contrary. New
York Law Journal. (New York Court of
Criminal Law Corpus Delicti.
A statute enacts that the body or parts
of the body of deceased must be found,
and be sufficiently identified to establish
the death of the person charged to have
been killed, in order to sustain a conviction
for homicide. On a prosecution for murder,
the evidence showed that a skeleton was
found. The clothing found with the skele
ton was identified as the clothing worn by
the deceased immediately prior to his
death. The body had on one of its arms a
peculiar bead which was identified as hav
ing belonged to deceased; and it was shown
that he wore such a one Immediately prior
to his death. Accused and deceased were
seen together a short time before the homi
cide. The coat, pants and vest were iden
tified as those of deceased, and the accused
was found in possession of the hat, shoes
and money of the eleceased after the homi
cide. Held that the corpus delicti was not
established, and the prisoner's conviction
of murder must accordingly be reversed.
6o Southwestern Rep. (Texas, Judge
Manufaqturer of Firearms Liability to
Where a manufacturer of firearms
showed that the materials used were pur
chased from a reputable manufacturer, who
subjected them to proper tests before sell
ing thm. and that the firearms were skill
fully put together, and when completed
properly tested, he is not liable to a pur
chaser of a gun for Injuries caused by its
exploding. 73 N. Y. Supplement (Judge
I'rKed to Go to Terre Haute.
A letter was received at the state labor
commissioner's office yesterday afternoon
from the Terre Haute strikers, urging
Commissioner McCormack to go at once to
Terre Haute. Mr. McCormack Is in Wash
ington, but will probably be in Terre Haute
to-day. The letter states that the situa
tion at Terre Haute Is critical. A few of
the nonunion men were arrested on Thurs
day night. The writer claims that a man
suffering with smallpox Is confined in one
of the street-car barns, unknown to the
In the Schley Inquiry
The Judges were divided. In the champagne,
controversy all connoisseurs agree that G.
H. Mumm's Extra Dry owes its superiority
to its unsurpassed quality. Its imports in
1301 were 12J.C53 cases nearly OJ.Ouo more
than any other brand. Immense reserves
guarantee maintenance of Quality.
MILD WEATHER HELPFUL
LOCAL TRADE FEELS Tili: IMPETl
AND INCREASES RAPIDLY.
Produce nnd Commission .Men Es
pecially Benefited iret Activity
in Iron, Steel nnd Groceries.
There is but little new to note in local
trade circles. With a moderation in the
weather commission merchants were able
to ship perishable freights, and Thursday,
therefore, was the busiest day of the week,
but not up to Its usual volume. In prices
there were no changes of importance.
Sweet potatoes are stronger, but Irish po
tatoes are not as firm as in the early part
of the month, though still unchanged. Ap
ples are moving better than for several
dqys, and prices, rule firm. Oranges, when
weather permits, are fast movers, but little j
is doing In lemons. On the produce market j
. t t
tnere was a moderate business, jieceipis
of eggs are increasing, ami some ef the
dealers yesterday made shipments to other
markets. Butter is in excellent demand at
prices quoted, as is cheese. Poultry rules
steady and is in good request. Ducks and
young fat chickens are chiefly desired. Pro
visions are active for midwinter and prices
are steady at the revision of Monday. Ex
port shipments are light. The grocers re
port trade as at an Improvement over pre
ceding days of the week, but their trade
has been so good for many months that a
few days of dullness is hardly noticed ex
cept as a cause of remark. The iron and
steel markets are the most active of any
line of trade at the present time, and with
this prices carry a firm, steady tone at the
range of some weeks past.. Wool shows
more activity, and all descriptions are in
active request at the revised quotations of
Saturday last, when prices advanced 2
cents a pound.
Indianapolis Grnln Market.
There was more activity to the local mar
ket yesterday and prices were stronger than
at any time in the last week, all cereals be
ing in active request at the higher range
of prices, which, as reported by the secre
tary of the Board of Trade, ruled as fol
lows, on the track:
Wheat stronger; No. 2 red. S7c track; No.
2 red. S6c on milling freight; No. 3 red. i3
&5c track; S7c track; wagon wheat, S7c.
Corn strong; No. 1 white, 63c; No. 2 white,
63c; No. 3 white, 63c; No. 4 white,
Watte; No. 2 white mixed, 61c;
No. 3 white mixed. 61ic; No. 4 white
mixed. 57s4fi59c; No 2 yellow. 62c; No. 3
yellow, 62c; No. 4 yellow, 5Mi60c; No. 2
mixed, 6iaic; No. 3 mixed. 61c; No. 4
mixed, 574W53sic; 'ear corn, 63c.
Oats steady; No. 2 white, 46i47c; ,No. 3
white, 46ft461ic; No. 2 mixed, 45Ui'45c; No.
S mixed. 44Va451;c.
Hay steadv; No. 1 timothy, $11.50512; No.
2 timothy. $101il0.?0.
Inspections: Wheat, none. Corn: No. 3
white, 4 cars; No. 3 yellow, 3; No. 2 mixed,
1; ear, 1; total, S cars. Oats, none. Hay,
Offerings on the wagon market were bet
ter than on any of the preceding days of
the week, but prices showed no improve
ment on the range of several days past.
Offerings of corn were quite liberal, and it
was usually elisposed of at quotations, al
though it is "intimated that some was sold
at a cent lower than quotations yesterday,
which, as reported by the wagon wclgh
master, ruled as follows:
Corn GStilQc per bu.
Oats 47& 43c per bu.
Hay Timothy, choice, $12?il3; mixed, $10
11; clover, $3&10 per ton, according to
Sheaf Oats $1012 per ton.
Straw $6'ö7 per ton, according to quaTIty.
Poultry and Other I'rodnce.
(Prices paid by shippers.)
Young turkeys. 10 to 12 pounds, go per lb; hens.
7c; cocks, 3c; young chickens, 7c; o"ucks, 6c;
geese, ?4 b0 rer dozen.
Cheese New York full creams, 13c; domestic
Swiss. 17e; brick. He; limburger. 13c.
Butter Choice roll, ll'tjlc ptr lb; poor. No.
Emjk 21c Tr doz.
Peeswax 30c for yellow, 25c for dark.
Feathers Prime geese, 30c per lb; prime dark,
20c per lb.
Wool Mercha itable medium, 16c; burry and
unmerchantable, S'ti5c less; coarse prades, lie,
fine merino, ZUc; tub washed, 2öl3;,sc.
HIDES. TALLOW. ETC.
Green-salted Hides No. 1. T'.sc; JCo. 2, V.ic;
No. 1 calf, lOiC; No. 2 calf, SH-c.
Grease White, 4c; yellow, 2tc; brown, 2ic
Tallow No. 1. tc; No. 2. 4c.
THE JOIIIILVC. TRADE.
(The quotations Riven below are the selling
prices of the wholesale dealers.)
Candles and Nut.
Candies Stick, 7c per lb; common mixed, 7c;
grocers' mixed. 6'..c; I5anner t'.viht ttick. 8c;
Banner cream mixed, bvijiic; old-time mixed. Sc.
Nats Soft-shell.-J elmonds, lS'ji-i'c; EnRlish
walnuts. 12'alle; Hrazd nuts, 10c; niberts, 14'c;
peanuts, roasted. Tiysc; mixed nuts. 12c.
Corn. 8'Cg$1.2". Peaches Eastern, standard.
3-lb, $1.7j''ü2; 2-lb seconds. $1.4u 1.60; California,
standard, J.lU'ji 2.4o; California second., il.ym.
Miscellaneous liackberries. 2-lb. SsOvojc; rasp
berries. 3-lb. $1.25-41' l.äi; pineapples, standard.
2-lb, ll.äafcl.S'J; choice. $2&2.h); cove oyttters.
1-lb, full weiRht, SOcfcfl; light, 60H6.c; string
beans, 3-lb, $1.10; Lima bean?. $1.2utti.i5; peas,
mairowfats. 5CU$1; early June, $l.ljtfl.l3: lob
sters, $l.f.'a2; red cherries, ijc'-ijl; strawberries,
8VgSWe; salmon, 1-lb, Üc'a$2; 3-lb tomatoes, l.3i
Coal nnd Coke.
Anthracite (all sizes). $7.25 per ton; PloMburg.
$5: smokeless, $4.75; Jackson. $4.25; Kanawha.
51.25; I'ittsburg, 4.:'.5; Kamond, $4.25; inifreue.
$1.25; LuhrlnK. $4; Hocking Valley. J4; lirazil
block, $3.50; e;reene county. $3.25; Indiana lump,
$.i.25; slack smokeless, $3.25; slack Jackson,
$2.50; slack Pittsburg. $2.50; slack West Vir
ginia, $2.50; slack Indiana, $2; Connrllsville ecke.
$!.50; lump coke', 11c per bu, $2.75 per ton;
crushed coke. 13c per bu; $3.25 per ton. IIa.
25c per ton extra, round floor or dumped In cel
lar; bags, 50c per ion extra, second floor or car
ried In cellar; from waon. 25c per ton extra, by
wheelbarrow, chute or basket.
Alcohol. $2.62'a2.75; asafoetlda. 40c; alum. 2Vi
4c; camphor, t'SV7uc; cochineal. öwii:.C; chloro
form, LS"'i ti5c ; copperas, brl. 5o; cream tartar,
pure. S'j'yic; indigo, fcdiMo; licorice. Calab.,
genuine. 25'!(4.c; magnesia, carb.. 2-oz, 2r-y21'c;
morphine, 1. A: , per oz. $2.45&2.C0; madder,
W'tlc; oil, castor, per gal. ?1 1.25; oil ber
bamot, per lb, $3; opium. $3.5C'a3.7-); quinine, p
& W.. lr oz. 34ij3Lc; balsam copaiba, ;,5yec
soap, castlle, Fr.. 13V 16c; -:o'la. bicarb, 2V(T;
salts. Epsom. IViilc; sulphur flour. 2Vi5c; salt
Ieter. I"'al4c; tuiptntine, 4'iizzc; Klycerlr.. i6S'4f
2lc- iodide potassium, $2.45 2.50; bromide potas
sium, 55raCCc; chluiate petash, E'oc; torax. y(
12c; clnchonida. Wille; carbolic acid. 31t4üc;
cocaine, mur., $5.u5'5.i5.
Bleached Sheetings Androscoggin. L, 7uc
Etrkley, No. CO, Cabot, 7c; Capitol, 7'ac!
Cumberland. 7c; Dwiftht Anchor. 8c; Fruit of th
Loom. I--; Farwtii ,Ve; HtchvllI- 7c; Full
Width, i'.ac; Gilt Ldge oV.c; Oilced Ae, ic;
Hill. 72c; Rope, iliC; Llnwood, ,c; L.jnhJaie
7C; Peabody. 5c; Peppered, S-4. lc; PepM-u
pj-4, 21c; Androscut'gln. lc; Androscoggin!
llrovsn Sheetings-Atlantic A. 6c; Argyle.
Itoott C. 4c; Kuck-s Head. 6c; Clifton fee."
5i,C- Constitution. -JU-inch. 6Vic; Carlisle, 4j-lnch
6c- bwlsht star. 7c; Great Falls E. 5c; ireui
Falls J. 'oc; Hill Fine. 7c; Indian Head. 'o-
Pei.perell li. aic; i-epperew. ijc; Andros-
coKgin -C 17c; Androscoggin. 10-4. lc.
I'rita Allen dress styl. 5c; Allen TR, 4UC
Allen robes. 5'jc; American indigo. 4c; Ar
nold long cloth It. 7,c; Arnold LLC, 6Uc-
Ocheco fancy, c; Hamilton fancy. 0O; Merri
ieco fancy. ic; Mammon rancy. so; Merri
plnks and purples, o'c; rucific fancv. .'
.son's mourn'riks. Vc; Simpson's. Ltilui
ir.v..n' mourn'riks. 4Vc;- is-r.ipson's P.tiin l
solius. :V2c; Mmpson's oil finish, be-; Am lean
shlrtir.ps. 3c; black white. 4c; greys. 4c.
Kid-nnishoMl Cambrics-Edwards, ZC; U'arren
JV: Sluter, c; ;." .
(Jaw la; .u . ' , , , . . ... r"inii'
. n M . K .
Swtft Hiver. blc.
eJinghams AtnuKe."R staple. bc; Amokcaj
dn-s 7c; Hites, 0'jc; Lnnc.tr. Lanca.-tf-r
dress' 7o: lUb-s. SV; Toil !u N"iJ, 8c.
;rain IJacs Am -ktag. il-,.'J). American. $15.);
Harmony. $15.5j; Stark. 516.
Straight grades, f 4 f.-'-J l.7i; patent flour, fi.l
4.7i; firing win at. $.... U '
Coffee Go!. K'Vc; prime, L':xl4c; strictly
prime. lbllC f0' Kre-n an l yell )W. is(1-c:
.la4. 2 J --. il..i"t-,i-O.J G'Vem::.ent Java.
fl-t M,4 tljJ Ja. -ifi-K-; Java;
blMjd. ':2c; Fancy lu.-nd. Isc; luM.n bitrnl. l..- I
i....u:ise coffee City pilct-s: Anoa. n.re: l.i.. !
9 1-c; Jersey. l'J.;..c; Caracas. y....c; Dutch Javu
Ur-nd. 12.0c; I.Kw-rtlis. l.2..c Mail Pouch.
j:e; Gates's blem'.t-d Java, loc: Jav-o-Ca tp,j
filction top tins in basnet. H.jc; Climax Java
yugar City prices: Crystal dominoes. 5-lb car
toui. 7.27c; Eagle tableu, &.7c; cut loaf, kl7c;
I MONDAY, Feb. 3
WILLIAM S. GILL
I'll It Es 1.00, $ i, 7." .VV, iV. Sea t s tie to-day.
i U V A u i a V I L LU
Mr. and Mr. Kobyus Ck &. Sonor.i
Ibiby Lund 4-l'robyn Mstcrt I
Wenoua & Frank Mil. Chester
Iti;r:iph an !
WILLIS 1 SWEATMAN
Prices ioc, 25c.
loc, asc, 50c
Greatest Sensational Drama In Years
Tlio Ltist Sontonoo
NEXT The Kays in "A Hot oi l Time."
Wabaih an l 11 war Sit.
One Weeic Only
Commencing Monday Matine:, Jan. 27
M ATI N 1 : K V A 1 L Y.
EVEltY NIG LIT.
Prices of Adml jsion 10c, I5c, 2 -Vis.
Next Week Irwin's -'Hit; SHOWY
In the PROPYLS!!!, 17 East North Street
THIS EVENING at 8 o'clock.
On "THE SOCIAL QUESTI0H OF TO-DAY"
ri. iia w. iiowEwTii.
IT. W. TO WE, Sc. Imperial Hotel.
The I mproved Victor
Furnace is indorse! for its great heat-producing
power. It has b?en manufactured
for over one hundred years. Call and ex
amine at manufacturers,
HARMON & HALL, 'SU3.!.,!1
Five times sa large as any other school la
this State, second largest In the world.
Phone 12:4. Monument Place.
WO M E N
MAY know where the
best bargains are
each day by reading the
advertisements in the
ALL of the best mer
chants use the
DELIVERKD in In
dianapolis and su
burbs daily and Suuday
for 50 cents a month.
Elsewbere'15 cents a week.
TELEPHONES 238 and 86
l-owdered, 5.1'7c; XXXX iiowdered, 5.32c; ttand
ard granulated. L.t7c; fine granulated. 6.07c; ex
tra tine Kianulated. 5.17c; Kranulated. 5-lb ban.
5.22c; Kranulated, 2-lb batta, a.CJc; cubs, 5.4c
mold A. ü.f.c; confectiomrs' A, 4.&7c; 1 Columbia
A. 4.72c; 2 Windsor A. 4 67c; S Hidewod A.
4.12c; 13 yellow, 4 7c; 14 yellow, 4.07c; 15 yellow.
4.07c; 16 yellow, 4.01V.
Salt In car lots, y.cfi 1; small lots, flftl.19.
f pices Pepper. lT'qlc; allspice. l.VylVc; clovea,
limine; cassia, l.VUlsc; nutmeps. ö'tc per lb.
Deans Prime marrow, bu, f2.yji; prime pf
or navy. bu. J2'u2.10; prime red kidney, Lu,
4;3; Lima beans, lb. 6ft7c.
Molasse and Syrups New Orleans molasses,
fair to prime. 2S(z33c; choice, 3S'Ji2c; syrups, a
Itlce ioulsiana, 4,4fi C'-ic ; Carolina, 6Vifl8Vc
Shot ll.f.üff 1.70 per ba; for drop.
Lead ;c for pressed bars.
Wood Di.shes No. 1, per l.iOO. I2Ö2.E0; No i.
2-hoop palU. $1.4 'ti 1.T.0; double washboards. $2 li
42.70; common washboards, I1.U&1.73; clothta
I ins, CcjfiiCJa per box.
Iron mid Steel.
Har Iron. horshoe bar. 2.75T;3c- nail
rod. 7c; i low slabs, 4.,0c; American cat.t'sUeL
S g 11c; tire steel, Z'iV2c; uting steel, 4..ijic.
Linseed, raw. 61c per Kal; linseed oil, boiled
65c per gal; coal oil, lgal test. fe'uHc
AnllM nnd Horeiilioe.
Ste-1 cut nails. f2:; wire nail-, from store
t2.6i rates; from n.i:i. 12. C5 rates. Hor6et-ho-s!
per keg. $1; mule shoes, per ke. .:t l()lf9
nails. $13 5 per box. Uarb wire, ualvaniztd.
fj.20; painted. f3.1i.
Hams Sucar-c-ir.!. 13 lbs average. 121,Uc
12 lbs avera.. l-"'4 U" ac.
Lard K' ttle r nd red, llHc; pur" lard. He.
l'.aeon-Ckar h-f, I to fv lbs average, l lc
S) to 40 lbs average. po; 20 to 3u lbs aver
11c; cl-ar bellies, 2." to 3 lbs average. 10c- l
t L'2 Ujs averse. 11c; II to 15 lbs average. UUc
clar baks, 2) to J lbs averape. lv'c; 12 to IS
lbs averane. "l'jc; 6 tu lbs average, loc In
dry salt l?c lea.
Shoulders IS to 2t lbs average, Sc; IS lbs ay.
erae, Pc; 10 to 12 lbs average, 10c.
Produce, Fruit nnil Ye( iiblra.
Malaga Grapes Heavy weights. $;..Ttc per
e'ranbtrrWsJ2.'32.L) per bu; $1.7:7.50 per
Llinanas I'er bunch. No. I. $1.7'j2; No. 2, 1 25
OrEiipes California Navel. $2.73; Florida, $2.7$
Lemor.s Metsina. ZV) to box. choice. $2 50
fan-y, $4; California lemons, $3 1 er box.
Potatoes h.".'y c i r bu.
nioiis $1 4 per bu; Spanish. 11.7. per crate
Honey hire. 17 per lb. dark. lc.
Cauilhow r-$1.00 j-er doz.
Apples Co'AdiitC apples. $3 5-) pr brl; eat
In appb.'s. $1 per brl; fancy. $4 -j5; iUn I)avi
"s'weet Potato s Kentucky. $125 p r trp im.
nol. $3.7f. ; Kastem Jersey. 44.
FSrfrs New California. $1 for 10-lb bo.
Cabbage Danish. H per brl; JI rr
Parr-'t. $2 per I rl
Turi ips-ll il .25 pr brl.
Pari.lps-$-'.-''"2.JU per bi 1.
Lettvu- 12l-.'H5 Tfr lb.
Celery MUhan. l-r bunch; California
clrv. i-i.iv'C J-er di i.
S bei i ear Hukury Nuts 11.51 -r tu; LUck
Shall -ttr- Southern green onions) 4.-0 per doi
pprslan Int- O-lh Nt, 44';c per lb.
Cunc,aniits-.V c r dd.
Clder-$4.7 per brl; 12 75 per ha!f brL
Itabbits Tic i-er do for drawn.
Seed clover., prim. $-'aC :; l!th c) ver
$-V.r6 ..Vi; Als'.V.e, t?n; AlfIfa. h..ue. ; jH
CriniKois rloer. $4.tV'y5. Tl:ntby. prime, Jj.pjj
3 15. Kaii' V Kentucky i.!ueKra.. II 2' M 4"; .
tra cl-an. 'jT-x- e'r. hir l $ 4--l
top, U'cuil.75. Cr;lih tlurpras. $22;'53.
o It Dura.
Marconi's matchless match eems to b
taking up more newspaper space Just now
than bis wireless wire.
ti.e; 4 rnofniT jv, i.jc; a r.mpire A. 4.17c- 41
Ideal Golden Ex. C, .llc; 1 Windsor Ex. C. 4. 42c
8 Kideewood Lx. C. 4.31'c: S yellow Ex. C. 4 ?
yellow C. 4.22c; 11 yellow. 4.17c; 12 yellow.
Twine Hemp, li'yiv per lb; wool. flax.
ZOft'c; paper. jute, 12yi:.c: cotton. lS2Sc.
'oo'3wir No. 1 tubs, ffirCiO; No. 2 tuba
S."5?j.5o; No. 3 tubs. tl'-li.M; 3-b.. iai n
Oak sole. ZZrlZ.c; hemlock sole, JTfinCc har
ness, 21t;4'c; sklrtinp. 2fi'rf4'c; fir.jrle strap ijii
4."c; city kip, 6VrS6c; French kip. in -T$l.2o; dty
calfskin. c'3$l.lo; French calfkln. ll.i'O'yi.'&i.