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7ITAT, STATISTICS 50V. 20. nirf Ii John end r,r i-.i Moran. Kl Wut Note York. i tri vb Cd rsuMt M..fh.ll. B! ooi.iington ve- j v eh mr.. T!l!v Vbr. -'? IC.iVe. boy. t c:m! Mai-I:hc brennen. IIS Olive, bojr. nh aa.l Paulm. N-wmln. 51 Esst Bffav id Lou! Mertx. 10L South NM 'fi nd f rtlm Wüklru. 111 K:nggoM. Irl. T'.Ilio Waircnburg. 71 South TMfh. 1 IlKam anJ Arn.i Pcbncrk Ml Michigan. t V T. F. Sneenn and Mery fKhert No-th rnn- tyivr.i.. k Xatsan und L'jn Lit linger. 20 East Norwood. Irl Jarno ind Belle Gorman. tlZ Rural, boy. )frrlKP I i .-ii- Otto B. OrsssbofT and Ann CMUn. Charles O Haym an 1 M iy M Lewis. John Itnenbauer nd Mattie Hanson. Benjamin Padrtek an-! I-.ura Luella I.eventlne. Frank A Bowman and Theresa Houdgahell. Danlei Morgan an! Hattle Carroll. Deaths. George T r.inagor. sev rnty. BH Sterling, ca tarrhal gastritis. Mary Corry. forty- n. 2401 Rural. tubero; kwl Mrs. M .ir.l- r"oote. twer.ty-one. 440 West Miehl ens, hKrt disease. Peter Smith. six' y-four. 1930 Alvord. tubercular larynjfi; ! Catnerlne Duckwall. nine. T14 North New Jer sey, laryngitis. DIED. DAVIS Wednesday. Nov. 1. 01. Isaac B. Davis, son of Mrs Emma E. Davis. Funeral services at the house of hi m'ther. Ko 1911 Talbott av.. at 2 o'clock p. m . Friday. Nov. 21. Friends invited. Bi ml private. FEGAN Henry P. Pagan, Nov. 19. aged sight years. Funeral from r Mdence. 3311 North 1111 rots at.. Friday. N- XI, at 2 p. m. Friends lr. ired. Bui tai Crown Hill. SOCIETY NOTICE. fcOClETY NOTICE Murat Tniple. A. A. O. N M. S. "Ea Selamu Alelkum " Nobles, hear nother ca'l Thti (Friday) morning-, at II O'clock. bulnss meeting of the temple at the temple to receive and ballot upon petitions under a dispensation. Then, at 4 o'clock, the conferring of the orders commence CHAI.M KliS BROWN. Potentate. FRANCIST HOLI.IDAY, Recorder. MONI ME NTS. ONUMENTS-A. DIKNKR. 449 E. Washington. Tel. 2525 Branch works B. entrance Crown HI1L El ERAL DI HECTORS. rUTXWILER it SON, Undertaker. II W. Market st. Tel. 21. BOTH PHONES 2 0 C. E. KREGLLo BELLS A RrROLAR-PROOF VAULT THAT GHoCLS CANNOT BREAK. 23 N. DELAWARE ST PLANNER BUCHANAN - (Llceneed mblmers.) Can ship diphtheria and scarlet fever. Lady embalmer for ladies and children. 320 N. Illi nois street. Telephone 441. new and old. FOIl KKKTIIOISKS. FOR RUNT -So list at 131 B. floor. GREGORY APPEL. Market; ground FOR SALE FARMS. REAL ESTATE For Sale: Fine M acres, seven miles city limits. mile electric line; excellent aouae, orchard. Darn, level, loamy soil, all tilla ble, rural delivery, telephone; 30 days only. CARTER. 14i E. Market. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE One Dean Bros.' duplex power pumx Inquire W. LARl'E, at the C ha If ant, corner uf Pennsylvania and Michigan streets. A UTll'E. N 'T1CE For carpenter work, store fixtures, all kinds houae repairs and painting, telephone 14 new, or call at 2U North Alabama st rWiiCb,-Hot an lurnaces, aim coinbinatiun gas burners; for burning gas and other fuel st the am time. JOäll'H GARDNER. 3S Kentucky ave. Telephone 22X NOTICE A CARD LIKE THIS Every Sunday for one year costs but $1 95 per month. The Journal want page la profitable to the advertiser and reader. LOST. LOST Between Bertermann' s, on Massachusetts av.. and Tenth st.. on Pennsylvania at., iona crocheted blue and gray silk purse containing between twelve and fifteen dollars. Finder (lease leave at DR. HODGES' 8 OPPICB, No. 2 West New York st., and receive reward. A.N IED MALE HELP. WANTED Boy, with wheel, to do messenger service. Apply, from i tu 3 p. m., 148-150 N. Penn. st. V ANTED A first-class draftsman for orna mental and structural Iron work. Address Box K. Kenton. O. WANTED 0 men and IS boys from 8 to 14 ytars of age at the stage door of English's Opera Mouse Nov. 21. i a V WANTED YounaT man, age about 21, to travel with wholesale clothing salesman as assist ant, must be good figure, neat appearance and willing worker. Apply to GEORGE H. PEN FIELD. New Engllxh Hotel. WANTED Recruits for the United States Ma rlne Corps, able-bodied men of good character, between the ages of 21 and 3ö years, not lees than I feet 4 Inches and not over feet 1 inch In height, of good character and not addicted to the use of liquor; must be cltutens of the United States or prisons who have legally declared their Intentions to become citizens, able to read and write English properly, aa well as speak it. No miaors or married men will be accepted. This Important branch of the Naval Service Offers SPECIAL INDUCEMENT To RE CRUITS, as the law PROVIDES for the Plti - ai t ion of worth v noncommissioned OFFICERS to SECOND LIEUTENANTS Ma rinea are enlistrd for a period of four years, and re generally stationed in large cities, and are now serving In Cuba. Porto Rico. Manila and Guam, and when sent to sea(1iave a fine oppor tunity to see all parts of the world Pay from $13 to $44 per month Clothing, board and n II cal attendance are provided in addition to pay. Apply at U. S. Marin- Cotpj Recruiting Office. Room 730 Newton flay pool Bldg., Corner of Pennsylvania and Ohio streets. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED 15 young ladles and 15 girls from 8 to 14 years of age at the stags door of English's Opera House Nov. 21, a. m. NV A T E D A GENTS. AOENTS WANTED I am prepared to make enameled brtca In any color, beautiful gloas at $7X0 per thousand. I have for sale the rights or license for plants in Pennsylvania. Vvest Virginia. Indiana and Michigan. Either yard right, county rlxht.s or state rights. Full investigation is courted and a plant In operation near Cleveland for Inspection. E. C. KELLY, SI Chamber of Commerce. Cleveland, o. WANTED MISC ELL AN EOtS. WANTED If ycu have anything to buy. sell or trade make that fact known thtough the Sunday Journal want da You will gtt the Ocjucd results. All advertisements Inserted In these columns re charged at the very low rate of 5 cents a line. Blank or dash lines at the same price per I ne, Telephono ZU and your ad. will be called SEALED PROPOSALS. Depot Q. M. Ic;.t.. JeffersoavUI. Ind.. Nov 1. U 2. -Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be received here until 10 o'clock a. m . Dec 17 MUX. for . lu.x Looker. The rtght reere.i to 1 eject or acc-pt any or a'.i Lreposala or any Part l hereof. Information rurr.ishe.: un spol iation. En .ontalni:ig an poaN should be marked --proposal for Lockers." and aMresd J M MARSH ALI Awe M. Oenerai. FINANCIAL. IAJAN8 Money en mortgage c. F. SAYLES A CO.. 117 East Market street. 1.!, r iw pi "-ni. money to loan on i Indianapolis cuy property, or on city property la any county-seat town, or on farm property anywbere lu Indiana; we use our own funds ao delay, partial payments. Call r aJUrss c W. WILLIAMS A 10 E Market at. IN 't L Money to loan on fa: ma any where in i.-oiina - per errii. inirreni: ( COMMH- fl .V en tea, W-snt full iKirtial payment privilege at Interest knua! or seinl-annual Interest; larg a specialty . wrl-.e us belore maklne sr. lii'.-rm'nu CLEMENTS at EVANS. cTra. fenisvtlle. Ina. TO tt tOE. stTORAOE The Cnion Transfer and Storage Company, corner Esst Ohio st. ana Cnlon tracks; only ? rt -class storage solicited. Cratine parkin?. Phones TXj. FREIGUT RATES ADVANCED MIW M 111.1)1 I.K WILL BE PIT IN I OHLE WHEN NAVIGATION CLOSES. President Rnmic; State Hl Position Regarding the Advance In Waves IÜK Koar Earniait. At a meeting of executive official! of cen tral freight lines, the trunk lines and South ern roads, held at the Trunk Line Asso ciation's headquarters In New York city, rate In the territory controlled by the association have been generally advanced, says the New York Journal of Commerce. The meeting was called primarily to dis cuss export rates, particularly those rates on Southern lines from St. Louis territory, but resolved Itself into a conference to ad van f IS I OS The increase Is in line with action usuallv taken at the close of navl- I gation. It Is learned on high authority that an increase of 2Va cents per 100 pound?, Chicago-New York basis, on grain and grain products, was decided upon. A correspond ing advance on glucose, glucose syrup, corn oil, corn syrup, ato., was made. The rate on dressed beef was Increased 5 cents a hundred, both domestic and export, and 5 cents a hundred also on provisions. The present rates on grain products from Chi cago to New York are: Grain, export, 13Vs cents; grain, domestic, 17H cents; grain products, export, 16 cents; domestic. l"Vi cents. The present rates on dressed beef and provlsolns, both export and domestic, are 40 cents and 'Jö cents, respectively. The new rates will take effect on Dec. 8. As to the export rate stiuation on the Southern lines, it was alleged that some of the roads had been shading their rates from St. Louis territory in favor of South ern as against Northern ports, bringing them below the differential. A satisfactory understanding was reached in this matter, as was indicated by the agreement among the representative lines to advance rates. r. of those present at the meeting is quoted as saynig: "In former seasons, when there was considerable rate cutting, and the rate situation generally was de moralised, increase decided upon brought the rates up to perhaps not more than the normal tariff. The advance now agreed upon will. In view of the favorable condi totns. be a real increase." One of the reasons given for this action was the gen eral advance In wages to employes, which is being granted by various railroads. It was also pointed out that If there ever was need of cutting rates to secure busi ness, there certainly Is no necessity for such action now. The Freight Conareatlon. The efforts of the railroads to relieve the freight congestion at Pittsburg yesterday were retarded by a dense fog. which envel oped the city and surrounding districts, making It almost impossible to move trains with safety. Official ilgures given out of the great work done on Thursday In mov ing trains are: Allegheny yarda, seventy trains, carrying 3.600 cars; Conway yards, ninety-seven trains, comprising 4,220 cars; Wellavllle, O., yards, thirty-nine trains, hauling in all 1,279 cars; Cleveland, O., forty-two trains, 930 cars; Alliance, O., fifty trains, 920 cars. In and out of Chicago, twenty-three trains, carrying 759 cars, were moved. At Fort Wayne, Ind.. twenty-six trains, 6K cars. On the Pittsburg division of the Panhandle, 120 trains, carrying 3. 000 tars, were handled; the Pennsylvania lines east moved about one hundred trains of between 4,500 and 5.000 cars. The Baltimore ck Ohio succeeded in handling about 4,000 cars. The Pittsburg & Lake Erie road moved 4.000 cars. It is estimated that fully 750.000 tons of freight were handled. A. R. Starr, general superintendent of transportation for the Pennsylvania Com pany, says there are still about 15,000 cars tied up on the Pennsylvania lines In the Pittsburg district. A perceptible Improve ment has already been made on the choked lines, he says, and with patience on the part of the public, together with a continu ance of the energy now being put forth by the railroads, the trouble will be greatly al k ranted in the near future. Concerning the repot"! of a proposed advance in freight rates Mr. Starr said: "There has been some talk of an advance in freight rates, but nothing definite has been decided about this and wdli not be until January. Any ad vance that may possibly be made will not be brought about by the advance In wages, hut by the Increase In the price of every thing that the road has to purchase." Advance of 20 Per Cent. The Pittsburg Gazette says this morn ing: "Railroad executives of the districts of the Central Freight and Trunk Line Association have decided that a freight rate advance of 20 per cent, must go into effect on the bulk of the mill and furnace tonnage of Pittsburg and other districts on or before Jan. L The application and the division of the advances on the rates from Pittsburg to the east and Pittsburg to the west are matters of detail to be worked out in the traffic committees and associations. On all Iron and steel producta to which the lower commodity rates are applied there is to be made this advance of 20 per cent. In the cheaper grain traffic an advance of 15 per cent, is to be made. This will go Into effect Dec. 8. The rates on ore. limestone, coal and coke, the blast furnace raw materials are not to be dis turbed in connection with the changes of about the first of the year. These will come in for a readjustment about April L" Annual Meeting; of B. O. S. W. At the annual meeting in Cincinnati yes terday of the Baltimore A Ohio Southwest ern Railway Company there was almost a full representation of stock, which was voted unanimously for the following direc tors: L. F. Loree, Baltimore; James Mc- Crea. Pittsburg; E. R. Bacon. New York; William M. Greene. Cincinnati; Arthur Hale. Baltimore; Otto H. Kahn. New York; J. G. Schmldlap, Cincinnati; H. Clay Pierce, Bt Louis, and V. W. Tracey, Springfield, III. The board organized by electing the following: President. L. F. Loree; vice pres ident. Edward R. Bacon; vice president and general manager. William M. Greene; sec retary, G. F. May; assistant secretary. John G. Walber; treasurer. J. V. McNeal. A tour of Inspection, accompanied by the m neral officers, followed the annual "meet ing. President Loree announced that the B. St O. was not yet ready to make any Increase in wages. nig Fonr Earnings. The Big Four lines proper earned ir. the second week of November t38S.499.60, an Increase over the corresponding week of 1901 of $10.193.07. For the two first weeks of the month the earnings were S776.9fi9.02, an Increase over last year of $12,87.07. The Peoria & Eastern earned In the sec ond week of November $50,436.70; for the two weeks the earnings were $101,71.01. an Increase over last year of $905.27. Personal, Local anl Ocneral Votes. K. T Horn has been appointed assistant to L. G. Hans, generii superintendent of the Baltimore 4 Ohio, at Pittsburg. The Wuhash earned In the second week of November $3W.oi;, an increase over the corresponding week last year of $22.5.10. The directors of the Monon have declared the regular sf ml-annual dividend of I tu r cent, on the preferred stock, payable Dec. 5. It Is alleged that the Toledo. St. Louis & Western Is not only cutting freight rat. a, JOURNAL BIMXESS DIRECTORY. FUNERAL DIRECTORS FRANK ML A NC HARD. S. Delaware st. Tci 4M. Lady attendant. FLORISTS UCP.TKRMANX BROS . New Nn ?41 Mass av . :'2S M. Pel t. PATENT LA'.VTEKS Tel. 84.r Thompson R B BL L. consulting engineer and it. nt at! .rnej , Ingalli M Dai In I ami Ma pat. nt : r. AND UVSltT STABLES n ;a i: WOOD. C boards, etc.) rlages. Traps. 25 Circle. Tel. Buck- !;. BOARDING. h ...uu toung mar. to board with private family, home privileges. :17 N. State st. Ol I LISTS. OCCI.lST-Dr Walter N Rharp. oculist (late of i.omou.j intra noor, .Newton Clay pool build ing; to ft. Ibvtnlngs by apKiaimaaL but is playing into the hands of the ticket brokers. The directors of the Boston A Maine rail road have declared a regular quarterly divi dend of 14 per cent, on common stock, pay able Jan. 1. On and after Nov. 23 trains will be run on Sunday between Monon and Indianap olis on the same schedule and making all ' stops the sama as 1 rains 9 and 10. Harry Miller, general manager. Superin tendent Downing and Train Master Camp bell were in the city yesterday looking after the question of enlarging the Vandalia ter minals. C. J. Dixon, superintendent of the Omaha division of the Illinois Central, is dead at Cherokee, la., after a long illness. He had been in the road's employ for over twenty live years. It Is asserted with much positlveness that the Wabash will cross the Allegheny river and form a Junction with the Buffalo, i Rochester & Pittsburg road as an Eastern connection. Traffic over the Belt road is so heavy that Superintendent of Motive Power Jack HM has asked for two more heavy switch ing engines of the same size as those pur chased this year. Th Vandalia-Pennsylvanta Band, at ' Terre Haute. It preparing to r-organize for winter rehenrsal. The band will have i twenty players, all professional musicians, and a new director has been secured. Stephen Little, expert accountant, well anOW in Indianapolis railroad circles, and J late auditor of the Denver & Rio Grande, j has been elected secretary of that com- j pany and also the Rio Grande Western. The Ohio Coal Traffic Association held Its regular meeting at Columbus Ofl . Wednesday. The condition throughout the entire territory was discussed earnestly, i and an effort was made to find some means j of relief for those who are suffering from lack of coal. The passenger earnincs of the Fort I est- Warna division of the Lake Erie & West- ern have so increased that it is one of the 1 best-Davin divisions on the system, r ine equipment is now run between Fort Wayne and Cincinnati, Including a cafe car in both directions. The International St Great Northern rail road has laid the last rail on its one-hun dred-mile extension from Waco. Tex., to Fort Worth. The first train was run on j Wednesday night. The extension is con sidered the most important piece of rail road completed in Texas during the pres ent year. The general freight agents of all the Western roads held a meeting in Chicago yesterday with a view to restoring the rates which were in effect Jan. L 1902. Instruc tions to restore all such as could possibly be restored were issued by the executive officials and it is said that they wdll be carried out to the letter. Hon. J. J. Sullivan, president of the Cen tral National Hank at Cleveland, has sent n letter to D. J. Colliver. containing a set of resolutions adopted by the bankers on their return from Florida. These resolu tions speak in high terms of his services In connection with the trip over the Van derbilt lines, more especially the Big Four. The Pioneer Mining Company, of Alaska, headed by E. C. Linblom, Jasef Lindeberg and other Alaska capitalists announced, i after a meeting of the mining company, that they will construct a railroad from Nome to Council City, which will be in op eration at the end of next season. The season following it will probably be ex tended to Salmon river and Gada de Paga. It was stated yesterday at the offices of the Lehigh Valley Railway Company that a successor to President Walter would not be elected until the annual meeting of the company on Jan. 30. President Thomas, of the Erie Company, who is chairman of the executive committee of the Lehigh Valley Company, will act In the capacity of Presi dent until the new head of the Lehigh Val ley is chosen.' The vacancy caused by the recent resig nation of General Manager Dickison, of the Union Pacific, has been practically tilled by the announcement that David Lin coln has been appointed to the position of car service agent. E. Buchingham. who has had charge of this department in con nection with his position as superintend ent of transportation, has taken upon him self the discharge of most of the duties of the late general manager. Contrary to expectations, the anti-pass pact has been renewed by the Trunk-line Association, extending it for another year, and surprise and indignation follow on the part of railroad officials who will be obliged to pay fares. This simply means that rail road men will be forced to continue to pay railroad fares on lines on which they are not employed, unless they have a friend with the requisite "pull." and therefore In a position to supply occasionally their needs. The understanding, however, is that on personal pleasure trips they will be given half fare. John S. Kennedy, a director of the North ern Securities Company, gave testimony at the hearing of the case of Minnesota against the company at New York, yester day. During the recess, after Mr. Kennedy had testified. Marcus D. Munn, counsel for the State of Minnesota, said: "Mr. Ken nedy practically admitted that the North ern Securities Company was organized for the express purpose of combining the par allel railroads to prevent competition. That is all we charge the company with, and that is what the laws of Minnesota say is illegal." Attorney A. M. Neeper, counsel for the Western Union Telegraph Company, in Its suit against the Pennsylvania Railroad Company to restrain the defendant from removing the poles and wires of the West ern Union Company from along the right of way of the railroad, yesterday presented a petition in the United States Circuit Court at Pittsburg, asking that the rail road company be compelled to file a bond In the sum of $100,000 to indemnify the tele graph company for any damage it may sustain by any unlawful act on the part of the railroad people. Dewitt Moon, assistant general superin tendent of the Lake Erie & Western, yes terday received a handsome diamond stud from his division employes of the R.. W. & O. road. The letter accompanying the gift, among other things, said: "Just and impartial consideration towards us while you were our superintendent caused our love and respect for you to grow stronger as we became better acquainted with you. This respect was fostered and won through your endeavor to draw out by manly pre cept Just and fair treatment and fatherly patience the better element in men. pro moting the best interests of all. In all these we believe you were successful." The announcement yesterday of the death of Isaac Davis, at Toledo. O., was a sur prise. He was a young man of much prominence and well known in Indianapolis railroad circles. His first work was as er rand boy for Harry C. Diehl. when the lat ter was general freight agent of the In diana. Bloomington dv Western. Later he becAme chief clerk for Samuel Sweet, now general freight agent of the Lake Erie & . Mern at Fort Wayne, and still later held an official position on the Toledo. St. Louis & Western. With the changes that came to that road he dropped out and tem porarily took the position of traveling freight agent for the Chicago & Eastern Illinois. Samuel B. Sweet, general might aMit of the Lake Eric tv Western, stated jrMterday that arrangements had been ef fected for his appointment to an official position on Jan. 1, on an Important road. S . U - carrying wun u a salary or jö.odo per annum. i ne uereaseu was introduced to Mr. Sweet by a letter from Byron K. El liott, his uncle. FIRST FRIENDS' CHURCH. Business Cnnildercd nt the It eu ii In r Monthly Meeting. The regular business session of the In dianapolis Monthly Meeting of the Society of Friends was held last night in the First Friends Church. Alabama and Thirteenth streets. The meeting was presided over by S. C. nn cting. the city. Trueblood. clerk of the monthly The finances of the churches of the money expended for charitv and the improvement? and repairs made to church property were reported and accept ed by the meeting. The heads of the va rious church organizations, and societies submitted reports which were read, showing the work done during the month ending Nov. 20. A committee was appointed to gather information relative to the re-pstablishment of the Haughvllle meeting house. The com mittee was instructed to secure information as to the necessity for a meeting house in that district and of the availability of the building now held by lease for the purpose. The disposition of the lease was the subject of a discussion, but It was decided to await the report of the naw committee before de ciding the disposition of it and to abide by the committee s recommendation. Many new members, transferred to the In dianapolis meeting from other monthly meetings of Indiana and other States, were admitted to the meeting of the society In this city. Committees ri re appointed to visit the new members and to Invite them to attend services at the churches of the city In whose districts they live. The ses sion was closed by a prayer from the Rev. Mr. Brown, pastor of the First Church. LOCAL WHOLESALE TRADE COOLER AD BETTER WEATHER MAKING BISINESS GOOD. is A Few Line Xeed Still Lower Temper- tnrea to Make Real Actlvlt? Grain Markets In Good Tone. With the excellent weather now prevail ing trade shows a decided Improvement over last week, although business in some lines Is not as large as it would be were the weather colder. This remark will apply more especially to the dry goods, the boot and shoe houses and to Commission row. One of the wholesale dry goods merchants said, yesterday, that their trade was all that could be expected under present condi tions. Prices on most lines of goods were well held, but on cotton goods there was a weaker tone and some shading of prices. The Journal's Hat was carefully revised on Wednesday und but few changes were made. Confectioners are very busy, prepar- I Ing for Christmas trade. This business has rogensd large proportions in this city, there DOW being three large concerns manufae I turing candles and doing as tine work as is : done at any manufacturing center in the country. Flour Is in stronger tone, but not I quotably higher, but should the hardening t.ndency in wheat continue for a few days nrires on the better erades of Hour will al vance, the dealers say. The provision mar- j w.t is active, but nrices have an easier i tendency, having ruled high beyond prece- j dent for some months, on commission row trade is rather quiet. Retail merchants are . buying only to meet early requirements, as i during the mild weather fruit rots badly ! and there are losses In that direction, i Choice apples are still commanding go:d prices, but on inferior stock, of which there is much on the market, prices are lower than a month ago. Irish potatoes are still In good supply, the weather permitting shipments without warming the cars, and while such conditions prevail they will not materially advance, but a cold snap would send prices upward. Cabbage at t onions are in large supply and prices are low. The produce houses are very busy, the elemand for poultry for Thanksgiving being one of the incentives to the great activity. Eggs arc very scarce and tirm at the advance of Wednesday, which, in the local market, was 1 cent and in Eastern markets 3 cents. Choice butter is a fast mover at a high range of prices. Other lines of trade pre sent no new features. Indianapolis Grain Market. Receipts of corn are large and all arriv als of the better grades are readily taken at prices current, which are high, when the reported size of this year's crop is taken Into consideration. Track bids, as reported by the secretary of the Board of Trade, ruled as follows: Wheat stronger; No. 2 red. 72Hc track: No. 2 red, 724c on milling freight; No. 3 red, 68ttfi7öy.c track; wagon, 72c. Corn stronger; No. 1 white, 46c; No. 2 white, 4c; No. 3 white. 46c; No. 4 white, 4l"i44c; No. 2 white mixed, 45c; No. 3 white mixed. 454c; No. 4 white mixed, 414V9434c; No. 2 yellow, 454c; No. 3 yellow, 454c; No. 4 yellow. 414'h434c; No. 2 mixed. 454c; No. 3 mixed, 464c; No. 4 mixed, 414?434c; ear, 43c. Oats quiet; No. 2 white, 32V4fi32V4c; No. 3 white. 31Vfi324c; No. 2 mixed, 294&30c; No. 3 mixed. 29ti294c. Hay steady; No. 1 timothy, $1212.50; No. 2 timothy. $1111.50. Inspections Wheat: No. 3 red, 1 car; re jected. 2; total, 3 cars. Corn: No. 3 white, 27 cars; No. 4 white, It; No. 4 white mixed, 1; No. 3 yellow, I; No. 4 yellow. 1; No. 2 mixed. 1; No. 3 mixed, 8; No. 4 mixed. 2; no grade. 4; ear, 1; total, 58 cars. Oats: No. 2 mixed. 1 car. Hay: No. 1 timothy, 1 car; No. 1 clover, 1; No. 2 prairie. 1; total, 3 cars. WAOON MARKET. Offerings on the wagon market were large, exceeding 100 loads, but choice offer ings were good sellers, and Inferior sold well, but in some cases at reduced figures. Corn was a ready seller, if choice. L,ittle old corn Is offered. Prices, as reported by the wagon weighmaster, ruled as follows: Corn 3Mi 42c. Oats Weak at 3032c. Hay Timothy. $12.50&13; clover, $S10. Sheaf Oats $5(&10. Straw $56. Poultry and Other Prodnce. (Prices paid by shippers.) Young turkeys, 10c; hens, 9c; cocks, 4c; young ducks. 8c: geese. $4.20 per dox; ipringg. ."c. Oame Rabbits. $1.101.25 per doz; Mallard ducks. $4.50 per doz. Cheese New York full cream. 13514c; Swiss, 17c; brick, 14c; limburger, 13c. Butter Choice roll, 15c per lb; country but ter. 15c. Eggs Firm at 22c per do. Beeswax 30c for yellow, 25c for dark. Feathers Prime geese, 30c per lb; prime duck, 20c per lb. Wool Merchantable, medium, 16c; burry and unmerchantable, 35c less; coarse grades, 15c; fine merino, 1315c; tub washed, 253'28c. HIDES, TALLOW, ETC. Green-salted Hides No. L Sfcc; No. I, 74c; No. 1 calf, loc; No. 2 calf. 8c. e THE JOBBING TRADE. (The quotations given below are the selling prices of the wholesale dealers.) Candiea and Nut. Candles Stick. 7c per lb; common mixed. 7c; grocers' mixed. 64c; Banner twist mixed, 8c; Banner cream mixed. 104311c; old-time mixed. 8c. Nuts Soft-shelled almonds, 1820c; English walnuts. 1214c; Brazil nuU, 10c; filberts, 114c, peanuts, roasted, 7tfj8c; mixed nuts, ISa, Coal and Coke. Anthracite. $8; Pittsburg. $4.75; Kanawha $4.25; Jackson. $5.25; smokeless, lump. $6; Brazli block. $4: Oreen county, lump. $3.75; Connells vllle coke. $8, lump coke. Hie bu. $4 25 bu crushed coke. 17c bu. $4.25 25 bu. Bags. 25c pet ton extra, ground floor or dumped in cellar; 50c per ton extra, second floor or carried In cellar from wagon, 25c extra by wheelbarrow, chute or basket. Dry Goods. Bleached Sheetings Androscoggin L, 7c; Berke ley. No. 60, 84c; Cabot. 6c; Capitol. 7c; Cum berland. 7c; Dwlght Anchor, 8c; Fruit of the Loom. 7'2c, Farwell. 7c; Fltchvllle, 6c; Full Width, 5Vc; Ollt Edge. 54c; Ollded Age, 5c Hill, 7c; Hope, 7c; Llnwood, 7c; Lonsdale. 74c: Peabody. 54c: Pepperell, f-4, 19c; Pepperell. 10-4 21c; Androscoggin, 0-4, 19c; Androscoggin, 10-4." i;rown Sheftlngs Atluntlc a. 64c; Argyle 5c; Boott C. 44c; Buck s Head. 6c; Carlisle 40-inch. 6c; Dwlght Star. 7c; Ureat Falls E. 5tc I Great Falls J. 5c: Hill Fine. 7c; Indian Head' 6c; Pepperell R, 5c; Pepperell. 10-4. 19c. An I droscoggln. 9-4. 17c: Androscoggin. 10-4, 19c. Prints Allen dress styles, 5c; Allen TR. fUg I Allen robes. 5c; American indigo, 44c; Arnold j long cloth B, 74c; Arnold LLC. 64c; Cocheco I fancy. 5c; Hamilton fancy, .e; Merrlmac pinks 1 and purples, 5lc; Pacific fancy. 5c; Simpson's mourning.. 4c; Simpson's Berlin solids. Jr.c I Simpson's o'J finish. 6c, American shirting-, 4c; blacK white, 44c; grays. 4,c Wui-flnlshed Cambrics Edwards, 3vc; Warren I .-. Slater. 3"c: Genesee. 3!c Ticking iimi.M-B rtcrt. iv-c, conncstoga F 124c; Cordis 140. 114c; Cordis T, 11W- , bf Cordis KG, nc; namuion awmngs. 9c; Kl- ' mono fancy. 17c; Lenox fancy. 18c; Methuen A A ! IfVke; Oakland AF. 6c; Portsmouth. IVtc. Sus nuehanna, 12'-rc: Shetucket SW. 6c; Shetucket F 6V-; Swift River, :4c. 1 ; ins. hams- -Amoskeag, 54c: Amoskeag dress - . ... -1 t . n. r.s. 1 . t 7c iiaics. j , ne.ipier at es 7c : Toll du Nord. S4c. Grain Bgs Omoskeag. $14.50; American. $11. 0; Harmony. $13.50; Stark. $16 5,. Drugs. Alcohol. $2 552 75; a.afoetlda, 40c; alum. 2UA (c camphor. 6S7eC; cochineal. KHc; chloro tot'm. 5Stf5c; copperas, brl 75c; cream tartar, pure 3uü5c; indigo, fcrttSOc; licorice. Calab ccnulne. 354Cc; magnosta. carb., 2-ox. 2o2Xc morphine, P- & W.. ier ox $2502.50; oil. bergV mot. lr lb- 3; opium. $3. 30443. oO; quinine, p & W . per os. o-.y.v.. uuiMiii copM'oa. ö.,öi)c soap Castile. Fr , 12i16c; soda, bicarb . 43c: I alt. Bpeom. l'(4c. sulphur flour. 2Va5e; salt peter. Sfjioc: turpentine, ame ; glycerine. l$c, gf: lo.ll.le potassium. $2.4.-92.50; bromide 1.0- tssslum. 55jCc; chlorate potash. 1520c; borax 9012c ejachonl'ia. r.'.i i-V carbolic acid, 22öluc: cocaine, mur.. $4..V .. . 7 Flonr. Spring patent. $4 25 per brl; winter wheat pat ent $: 75. straight grade. 13 .; fancy sriac i 3 low grade. $-50; graham Hour. 75. Groceries. lea. rime lQUc; strictly n and yellow. lM.ii.: Coffee Good. 124212c; prime. prime. I4pnc. "u yenuw. 18fc23c Java. 20 a iw-ui Government jav ' xtV42S3c; flnst Mocha and Java. 24l30c j-v-blend. c; fancy blend, lie; Uolden blend Tic Package Coffee City prices: Ariose. 9 75c; Lion 9 lac: Jersey. 9 .ic; Caracas, I.Kc; Dutch Java blend. 1250c; Dillworth's. 9. Tic; Mall fSt 9 iüc. Gates's blended Java. 9 t5c; Jav-0-(-n He U fricnon tea tins in basket), climax Java blend. I 92. Suaar Crystal dominoes. 5-lb cartons. 7.27c Eagle tablets, ;.12c. cat loaf. 5.67c; powdered 5.17c; XXXX powdered. 5.22c; Eagle powdered. 5 lb bags. 432c; standard granulated. 4.97c; fine granulated, 4.97c. extra fine granulated. 5.07c; granulat'.l. 5-lb bags. 5.12c; granulated, 2-lb lags. 5.17c; cubes. &.31c; mold A. LSfe; confec tioners' A. 4 Mc. 1 Columbia A. 4 71c; 2 Windsor A. 4.72c; 3 Htdgewood A. 4.72c; 4 Phoenix A 4 Tc; 5 Empire A. 4.22c; 4 Ideal Golden ex C 4 57c. 7 Windsor ex. C. 4.5ic; I Ridge wood ex c' 4.47c; 9 yellow ex. C, 4.4lc; 10 yellow C, 4.17c; li yellow. 4.13c; 12 yellow. 4 27c; 13 yellow. 4.22c. 14 yellow. 4.17c. 15 yellow. 4.17c; 1 yellow, 4 17e. Molasses and Syrups New Orleans mo lasses. fair to rrime, 28532c: choice, 9 42c; syrups. ejBM Satt-In car lots. OtfSSc; small lots. 9035c. Spices Pepper. 17c; allspice. 13rflSe; cloves, 15 fcl&c. cassia. l5?lSc; nutmegs. SOtftjOc per lb. Rlce-Loul'lana. 4Hf4)c; Carolina. 4fjf8c. Shot $f .404 1.60 per bag roi drop. Lead eS9.c for pressed bars. Wood Dishes No. L per 1.000. Il.SOttl; No. 2, $$V2., No. 2, $2.202.?0; No. $2 S03. Twine-Hemp. lSeiflc per lb: wool, 8?10c: flax. 24c, paper. :5o; Jute. 124715c; cotton. lS25c Wooden ware No. 1 tubs. Wa" . No. 2 tubs. 1, No. 3 tubs. $4ff.v 3-hoop palls. $1.60. 2-hoop palls. KLttdrLW; double washboards. $2.2cJ2 Hj common wasrboard. $1.85421.90; clothespins, 60jp 65c per box. Leather. Oak sole. XV&43c; hemlock sole. 2737c; har ness. 35&40c; skirting. 2S4?40c; single strap, 410 45c; city kip, 60$.; French kip. 90c$1.20; city calfskin. Ss3cft$l. French calfskin. $1. 01.85. nil and Horseshoea. Steel cut nails. $2.50; wire nails, from store. $2.20 rates: from mill. 82.15 rates. Horseshoes, per keg. 84; mule shoes, per keg. 84.30; horse nails. $45 per box. Barb wire, galvanized, $3; painted, $2.70. Oils. Linseed, raw. 4Pc per gal; linseed oil, boiled. 49c per gal; coal oil, legal test. 8 14c. Pro vlaiona. Sugar-cured Hams Indiana. 14 to 16 lbs aver age. 142C. Shoulders Knglih cured, Itellable, 18 to lbs average, 12V. 1 lbs average. I2V4C, 10 to 12 lbs average. 12fc; suaar Cttrad, Indiana, a to 10 lbs average. He Pickled Pork Fancy boneless pig pork, per brl 200 lbs. $18; fancy clear bean pork, per brl 200 lbs. $27.50; short clear, per brl 200 lbs, $21; rump, per brl 200 lbs, $22; Indiana bean or Jowl, per brl 200 lbs. $18. Alio half brls. PiO lbs. at half the price of the hrls. adding 5oc to cover addi tional cost of package. Lard Kettle rendered, 12vc; pure lard. 124c Bacon Clear sides. 50 to 60 lbs average, 144c; i 30 to 40 lbs average. 14c; 20 to 30 lbs average. 154c; clear bellies. 25 to 30 lbs average, 14c; 18 to 22 lbs average, 144c ; 1 to 16 lbs average, i5l,c; clear backs. 20 to 30 lbs average. He; It I to 15 lbs average, 14ic. In dry salt 4c less. Prodnce, Frnltn and Vegetables. Apples Cider. Mott's. per brl. $4; New York Oraveostelns. $3; Kings. $3; 20-oz. $3; Baldwins, in bulk. $175. Beans Handpicked pea. $2.50 per bu. Bananas Large. $2 per bunch; medium. $1.50. Beets ."Oc per doz. Cabbage New Yoik domestic, $6 per ton; New Tork Danish, $8 per ton. Celery Michigan, 25c dos; home-grown, 20c doz. Cocoanuts $4 per bag. Cranberries Cape Cod. $8.50 per brl; Cape Cod. 83 per box. Granes New York Concords. 18c per basket; Catawba, pony baskets. 18c; Tokays, per crate, $2. Honey White. l"4c per lb; medium dark, 16c. Hickory Muts Fat bu, $1.25. Kale 75c per brl. Lemons Extra fancy Verdellla, 360 aiie, $3.75 per box; $00 size. $4.50. Lettuce 50c per bu. Oranges Jamaica. $3.25; Florida. $3.50. Onions-Red. $1.25 per est; yellow, $1.30; white, $115; Spanish. $1.35. Pears Kiefers. 75c per bu. Potatoes lsconsln white, 55c per bu; home grown, per bu, 45c. Quinces Per bu, $2. Radishes 25c per doz. Shallots 60c per doz. Sweet Potatoes Baltimore, $2 per brl; genuine Jerseys. $3.25. SALES OF REAL ESTATE. Twenty-Nine Tranifers Made Matter of Record Yesterday. Instruments filed for record in the recorder's office of Marion county. Indiana, for the twenty four hours ending at 5 p. m. Nov. 20, 1902, as fur nished by the Indiana Title Guaranty and Loan Company, No. 127 East Market street. Both tele phones 30 Ö: Thomas E. Smiley to Samuel A. T. Har ris, Lot 57, in Bobbins & Hubbard's Hill Place add. (Summit st. near Bates si) $1,037.50 Harrison C. Blckel to Mary J. Smith et ux., Lot 43 and pt Lot 44, Shoemaker's sub of Parker et al s 2d Oak Hill add. (Cor Glenn drive ar.d Wheeler st) 1,50.00 Mary J. Smith to Harrison C. Bickel et ux., same as above 1,600.00 Richard Pierce to Robert Kurchloe, Lot 17. Carter's Orchard Grove add. (School st. near 21st st) 100 0 McCullough Biaughton to Purl C. Plas ter. Lot 118, Vajen's South Brookslde add. (Cor Oxford and 10th sts) 3,500.00 McCullough Braughton to Purl C. Plas ter, Lots 117 and 118, Allen's 2d North add. (Chicago st, near Rader st) 800.00 Lydia J. Blanchard to Alice Leeth. Ixits 22. 23 and 45, Parker & Hanway's Southwest add. (McLain st, near Mil ler st) 690.00 Mary E. Wilson to Alice Leeth, Lote 26 and 44, same add as above. (Same as above) 460.00 Henry M. Hunt to Stella H. Beck, und 4 of Lot 3, Blk 4. Drake's add. (Senate av, near llth st) 1.600.00 Isaac W. Kurti n to John H. Lytle. Its 60 to 63. In Sec 1. North Brookslde add. (Cor Gale and 20th sts) 1.000.00 John H. Kettler, executor, to James M. Bell, Lot 22, Mllligan s Park Front add. (10th st. near Arsenal av) 2,300.00 Walter J. Quick to John Buehler. Lot 175. in Morton Place add. (New Jersey st. near 20th st) 13,000.00 Flora E. Wiese et al. to Mary Sullivan. Lot 10, In Wlllard Place add. (State av, near Ohio st) 1,750.00 Homestead Realty Company to Ray M. Abrami, Lot195. Culver et al.'s sub, Columbia Place add. (Cor Byram and Lynn avs.) Also. Lot 104. Homestead Riverside Park add. (Cor Tibba av and 17th st) 400.00 John F. Perin to Joseph H. Arszmann. Lot 20. Bobba's add. (Bates st. near Leota st) 1,600.00 Charles Kollman to Henry King. Lot 4. Blk 4. Huntington's South add to Cum berland. (Cor Walnut and Warehouse sts) 75.00 Frank M. Page to Albert W. Coffin, pt Lot 1)2. Milligan's Brook Park add. (Ottawa av. near Corner av) 1,650.00 Daniel M. Bradbury to Charles H. Mc Cormlck. pt Lot 28. in Fletcher et al.'s sub of Outlot 96, etc. (Elm st. near Grove st) 1,150.00 George O. Richter to James D. White et ux.. Lot 42. McKernan et al.'s sub, Drake A Mavhew's 2d add. (llth st, near Brooks st) 1,040.00 Charles M. Cooper to Patrick O'Con nell. Lot 12. Charles M. Cooper, trus tee's, Prospact-st add. (Prospect st. near Pavne st) 325.00 Minnie A. Brooks to Samuel E. Perkins. Lot 10. Bartholomew's sub of L A C. R. R. Co.'s add. (Hoyt av. near St. Paul pt) 600.00 Allen M. Fletcher to Luca Burns, pt w -z. n w 4, Sec 3. Tp 14. R 3. (Perry township) lW.OO Rose C. Walsh to Sarah E. Campbell et ux.. Lot 212. in 3d West Park add. (Addison st, near New York st) 415.00 James S. Jones to Samuel Schuck, pts s w Vi. Sec 33. Tp 16. R 3. (Wayne township) 100 Lawrence Jones to John W. Truex. Lot 267. In Clark A Osgood's 2d add. (Klon dvke av. near Henry st) 450.00 Mary E. Thomas to Samuel Schuck, pts s w 14. Sec 33. Tp 16. R 3. (Wayne township) 1-00 John M. Dalrymple to Eugene A. Cooper, pt Let 92. O. Butler's add to College Corner. (Park av near 12th st) 10.000.00 Katie D. Rockerfellow to Anna D. Gll more. Its 245 to 247. Vajen's South Brookslde add 00.00 Leonard Hurlaueh to Flora V. Caldwell, Lot 8. Myers s North Ulinol?-st add 2.750.00 Transfers. 29; total consideration $50.324.50 Bnildlnp; Permit. K. B. Jennings, two cottages, Division street, $900. 12 A. Carver, repairs, HoiUday and Vermont. $3 3. C. F. W. Poehler. Jr., repairs. 1134 Laurel, (?o National Starch Company, stable. West and Morris. W. W. Q. WidJows. dwelling, 232C North New Jersey. $2.800. Y Lestrntl of Sir Yronclatlde. Now. whenne ye goo:e knyghte Yroncladde Had'l. dwelte in Paradyse A matter of a thousande yeares. He syghed some grievous syghs. And went unto ye eniraunce gate To speake hym In thys wyse: "Beholde. I do notte wysh to make A rackette. nor a fuss. And yet I fayne wolde hie awaye And cease fron- llvyng thus; For It is moste too neacefulle here. And sore monotonous." "O. verle wflle," ye keeper sayde. "You shall have yuur desyre. Go downe uponm ve earthe agayna To see whatte you admyre But take g.wioe heede that you shall keep Your trolley on ye wyre." Ryghtc gladde was goode Sir Troncladd To see ye gates unhealed. He tokc a lump strayght- through ye cloudea To what WHf th re revealed. And strayghtewaye lit uponne ye ground Whvch was a footeballe fyeld! "Galz okes!" he sayde. "Now. here Is aporte! Thys is a goodlle syghte. For Joustynce soche as here abounde I have an opietyte. So I will amble to ye scrappe. For that Is my delyghte' He strode Into ye hurtlynge mass. WhTice rose a thrtllynge soun.le Of classe yelles. sygnalles. breakynge bones. And moanynges all arounde. And thenne ye footeballe menne took hym And pushed hym in ye grounde! They brake hys breaatplayte Into bits. And shattered all his greaves; They fractured both hys myghtle armes Wlthynne hys chaynemayl sleeves. And wound hys massyve legges Into Some Oryentalle weaves. I'ppe rose ye brave Sir Yroncladde And groaned: "I hadde no wrong! I'll hurtle back to Paradyse. And ryng ye enfaunce gong: For thys new croppe of earthlie knyghtes At Joustynge Is too strong. And henceforthe thys Is my resolve: To stays where I belong!" W. D. Nesbit. In Chicao Tribune. CIMONA will cure your asthma. no A fl I KL Nf 1- X M AMUSEMENTS. TXTT TQYX'O To-Night, To-Morrow Jri MAOlll O Afternoon and lght laughtf.r: amazement: diablerie: The Famous Matter of Magic, Price: $l.;c.50e.Mc; mat 50c, lie. Seat now ready AIoitcIi-, Nov. KLAW4 EKLANQER'S Stupendous Pro ductlon, General Lew Wallace's BEN-HUR Matinees Wed. and Sat. and Thanksgiving Day. seats now selling. Prices-50c, 73c, ft, $1.50 and $2 00. EXCLUSIVE FASHIONABLE VAUDEVILLE. W KXO c RICHARDM. Great Comedy Acrobats. Macart' Dog and Mon key Circus, Smith 4k Fuller. Winona A Banks Winter, Press Kldrldge. Silvern Emerlie. A tape e'lalre. Manley Sc Rose. Bioscope Matinees Daily, 25c. Evenings. 15c, X$c 50c. KK To-Day J The Sensational Melodrama, HER MARRIAGE VOW" ! Prices 10c, 20c. 30c. Everybody goes to the Park. BasT s m t a 1 - r . aäiunuay uoxi in me irri v. EMPIRE THEATER ZrX. Ooe Week Only, Com. Monday Mat, Not. 17 Matinee Dally Every NlghL Sam Devere's Own Company Prices of Admission -10c. 133. SSo. VKv Young Muldoon, the wrestling wonder, meeting all corner at his weight . Next week "Bow err Burlesquer ." The "Omega" Odorless Gas Stove Marks a revolution In gas heating and household sanitation. Perfect combustion I secured by the generation of intense heat and the thorough mixing progressively of the gas supply with air. by which it la possible to use at least forty-five cubic feet of air to every cubic foot of gaa. Its operation comblnea three Important and Indispensable factors economy in fuel, perfect combustion, sterilization. In the OMEGA" they are the reault of mechan ical combinations produced as the result of extensive scientific research. 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Surgical and Medical Institute. D. M. Shellborlng Co. Vitality Nutriment Co Zero Mitten Manfg Co, Distributing Co. GEO. F. M-GIN Ms. P. M. I1WI ASD MILL a L FPU BS. av I mm ATKLNS SAWS Lrsla BOLD BY Pilfer) t re rrvbtrt. U6 BARRY SAWS MILL SC PPL I ES OP ALL KIWD9 EDI C A T 1 0 N A L. B E USINESS C0LLEG 1254. Umy school her using ths Laboratory Meiboda. Only school here teaching touch (or piano) type writing and English. These methods enable tba learner to go from the school late the office without Intermediate experience. Positions se cured Call on. 'phone or write H. D. VÖRIES. ex-State Superintendent Public Instruction. Sunday Journal, bj Nail, UM per Tear. ILROAD TIME CARD. P. M. tlma Is la BLACK thus: Dally; S epers F Parlor Oar; 0-. Chair Car; D Dining Cart t-axeept Sunday! r frunday only. tDaliy sxeept Moaday. ( Ity Ticket OAoe. No. 1 Dejarv Arrive. CLE VILAXD LINK Cleveland express HM Anderson accommodation 6.4 Vleveland. New York aad Boston ex. aeea ort Wsvne est res T M Union eft y and Cleveland aeooea ILM New York and Boston limited, d 55 Union Cltv aeoesasnooalsoa 4 45 .V Land Bee, - Knickerbocker. M d Ö. SO BENTON HARBOR LINX Ren ton Harbor express 1.46 Benton Harbor express, p 11 is Elkhart accommodation.,., ...... 4.4VS ST. LOU19 LlMsV "Tkt Werlä-t fttr ffesff" St. Louis accommodation T.S0 St. Louis southwestern, Ilm, d s 11.41 St. Louis limited, ds 8.S5 Terre Haute and Mattoon aooom S.OO St. Louis express, s 10.4VO "Exposition Flyer" 11.01 CHIOAOO LINE. Kankakee accommodation T OO Lafayette accommodation 6.15 Chicago fast mall. dp ILM Chicago White City special d p 'I SO Chicago night express, a IX. CINCINNATI LINK. Cincinnati express, s 1.46 Cincinnati express, s H.I0 CincinnaU express, s T 80 Cincinnati accommodation 10.4 Cincinnati express, p f AO Oreenaburg accommodation 0 20 10 19 15 11 45 SO 8 lO tts mai 111 a u s.ss 43 lO s SO HJO 7 JO lOSO 0 15 3.40 0 10 1140 11 54 e 4o 11.00 3 83 a 11.00 11.5a n ou in 43.0s 10U Clncinnstl, Washington f 1 ex, id 4) SO V Vernon aud Ioulartiie ex, a.... N. Vernon and Louisville ex .n.a .3 AO PKOKIA LINK. I'eoiia. Bloomington. no end ex T.SS Peoria and Bloomington. f x. d p UK) Champaign iccommodation, pd 4 10 i eons sna uioomington, ex s "II no s-sv SPRINGFIKI.D AND COLUMBUS LINE. Columbus nnd Springfield ex .00 -11.40 Ohio pedal. dp 3 00 10 SS New Castle accommodation 10.40 B.uS New Castle accommodation O.IO S.4VO CIN., HAM. 4 DAI TOM RY. City Ticket Office. 25 W. Wash. St Cincinnati express, s e. .. 4X 11 45 .Cincinnati fast mail, a. ...KOS 0.00 'Cln. and Dayton ox.a ...tlO.44) 10 85 Toledo and, Detroit express, p flO.40 10 85 Cincinnati and Dayton ex, p tS 45 IMS Cincinnati limited, pd 5 OO 13 25 Cincinnati and Dayton express 7.03 17 24 Toledo snd Detroit express 7 Ol 7.S4 SPRINGFIELD DIVISION (C, I. 3 W. RY.) Docatnr and ftprmgfleld sip rose ttfc) t430 Chicago Express til. SO t AO Tusoola Accommodation tS SO tt.IO Sprlngillld and Deeatar Ks. c ... .1 1 10 ftl CHI., IND. LOUIS BT. Ticket Oflee, M West Wash St. ChPgo nlgbt ex. 0. .ll.f 2 44 "TJ "i 411 40l 10.02 ' Chicago fast mall, 0. pd 7 .20 Chicago cxpreas. p d. . .1 LSO Chicago vestibule, p d tS 35 Monon aooom vu Lake Erie & Westers R. R. Toledo. Chicago and Michigan ex f7.ll 10.M Toledo. Detroit and Chicago Um. ...12 24 3 25 Mond, Lsfay'te and Mioh C y spec 1 7 23 tlO 25 tennsylvania unes. Trassa Sua be Osossai Tssta lphta and New York. Ticket offices a: station and at corner Illinois and Washing ton Streets lohlaand New York. 1.00 10 AO 10 40 12 Ot 7 05 10 40 0.15 3 15 to 40 t7.ll 8 41) 0A0 12 lO 3 45 8 4i tis 05 tS 4M IS. IO 18 lO 13.10 tiots 11 JO e o 3.20 0.40 to.o 0 80 4M t-40 rr.i 441 Baltimore and Washington 240 Columbus, Ind. and Louisville 2.4S Columbus. Ind. and Louisville 7.00 Klchmond, Piquaand Columbus, O T.SO Vlncennas Express 0.1:1m bus. IndT 4 Madison TTM lxmlsvllle Aocomsiodatloo tS.0S Martinsville Accomodation to 04 North Vernon and Msdlson T2JI Dayton and Xenla 2.10 Pittsburg and Kast, Phil., New York. 2,10 Martinsville Arcom 710.00 Logans port and Chicago .1LJ4 Martinsville Accommodation tl2 SO Rlobm'd, way points to Bradford, O.tl 45 Philadelphia and New York 8 OA Baltimore and Washington 3 05 Dayton and Springfield S 05 Vlncennee Accommodation t8.55 LouiavlUe sod Madison '9 55 Pittsburg and East 5 OO Columbus, Pittsburg and East 0 00 Spencer Aoeommodtlon Loiilsvllle Accommodation 6 15 Phil, and New York, "The Limited-. 7 15 Davtoti and Xenla 7 15 Richmond Accommodation t OO slartlnsTlile Accommodation til 15 Loganaport and Chicago IM VANDALIA LINE. St Louis limited 7 OO 4 45 3.55 8 tl 20 10.00 1 erre Haute, St. Iionts and West Terre Haute. St. Louts and West. Western Express Terre Haute and Effingham Aec. Terre Haute express 1 st. Louis and aU points West Dally, r Daily except Sunday nea sssr ..IS 15 ...ISO ...t4 OO ...7 10 11 20 24 rSunday only INTEBIBBAN TIMB CARD. UNION TRACTION CO. OF INDIANA. Time Table Effective May 23, 1002. Station, Maajnolla Block, Capitol and Kcntu. k Avenaea. For Anderson. Muncle. Marlon, Alexandria and Intermediate stations. Leave 4.15 a. m. and each hour thereafter until 9:15 p. m. and 11:15 p. m. Limited trains for Anderson and Muncle. Leave 8 a av. 11 a m.. 2 p. m. and 5 p. m.. arriving Anderson In one hour and twenty-five minutes, and Muncle In two hours. 11 a. m. and I p. m. trains make direct connections at Anderson a-lth limited trains for Elwood. Combination passenger and express ear will leave Kentucky-avenue station at 5:15 a. m. Expresa cars leave Indianapolis station, corner Kentucky and South Capitol avenues, for Muncle and Anderson at 5:10 a. m. and 2:30 p. m. Morn ing car makes direct connection with express car for Elwood, Marlon and Alexandria. Perish able goods received Irom 5 to 5.30 a. m. for this car. INDIANAPOLIS St EASTERN RY. CO. GREENFIELD LINE. General Oflieea. Room 1, Frank lin Building. For Greenfield. Knightstown snd Intermediate stations passenger cars leave Georgia and Me ridian streets. First car 5:57 a. m. and hourly thereafter until 9:8! p. m. Next and last car leaves at 11:15 p. m. Combination . avenger and express care leave Georgia and Meridian streets at S:57 a. m., 7. $7 a m . 1157 a. m . 1:57 p. nv, 7:57 p. ro. Freight Cars For Greenfield and Intermediate stations only, at c-nrs-ia und Meridian streets at ' 57 and leave at 9 s. m . rv If ave at 3.3 p.- Bs. m. lau misi.w - i m an INDIANAPOLIS, SHELBY VI LLE SOUTHEASTERN TRACTION COMPANY. Csrs leave Cnlon Depot nd Loulalan sL for rr'-nH T M.ridian sts every hour beKlnntng at 4 a- m" until 10 p. m. Theater car leaves at nrlJZ leave Shelbyvllle for Indlanapolla every vCt hinnln at 5 a m . until 9 p. m. Last JXflSStAw t 10 p. m. car "leaves Shelby v Tickets for saw at Huder s drug store, cor. Tl-k and ivnn hts . ari't at a., xv. r-ns- Uasriington Hotel bit- ley's pharmacy " xiTnapolis, greenwood a franklin r. r. co. ieÄV Pennsylvania snd Wash passenger f ' t cmr at 4 a. m. and hourly i m nassenger and express leave Combination ,lr.u for Greenwood only ytvi110 p m INDIANAPOLIS St MARTINSVILLE RAPID TRANSIT CO. For Mooresvllle snd Intermediate points cans vev K"ntuc avenue and WashlnatoJ Vreet t m Bd v7 hour boreefter t "car leaves Mooresvllle at 4 a. sa. aad every hour thereafter t. and Including 7 p ns.. sftr Ithich time a car will leave at 1 o'clock f Tbe I a m car leaving Mooreevtlle reaches th Cnlon sratb.n at Indlanapolla la time to ooanect with Sunday morning exi-urstoua oa ail raliroaOsv aervtc to ttioosaju. I'l.ri.riiiJiiisa i