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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1907.
PAGE SEVEN 1 MlGl ECONOMY, IND. Economy, Ind., Oct. 16. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Edwards and children, Charles and Mary wore visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oler. Funday. Paul Cain and Gail Haxton, Albert Atkinson and Letha Harris spent Sun day in Richmond. Frank and By ram Cole visited Mun cle relatives Sunday. Mrs. Jennie Bradfield of Richmond spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Bowman. Merman Lamb was in Richmond Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Salisbury was called to Richmond Sunday evening by the ill ness of her mother, Mrs. Nancy Whltesell. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lunib entertain ed at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. William Farmer, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lon Farmer of Williamsburg, Mil.j and Edith Lamb of Economy. Frank Bly will offer at public sate Saturday his household furnitura and cooking utensils. Irene, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. O. Ballenger, was given a party by her parents in honor of her. fifth birthday. Fifteen little friends were served with lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Marshall and children were guests of Oscar Ballenger and family Sunday. Mrs. Alice Fraiser spent Sunday and Monday in Richmond. Horace Kimball returned to his work in Peru after a few weeks' va cation. Miss Jennie Fraiser entertained Richmond guests Sundav evening Miss Zella Lamb visited her grand mother, Lamb Saturday and Sunday. Quinsy, Sprains and Swellings Cured. "In November, 1901, I caught cold and had the the quinsy. My throat was swollen so I could hardly breathe. 1 applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm smd it gave me relief in a short time. Tn two days I was all right," says Mrs. L. Cousins, Otterburn, Mich. Cham berlain's Pain Balm Is a liniment and is especially valuable for sprains and swellings. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. GREENSFORK, IND. Greensfork. Ind., Oct. HI. Harry Hatfield of P.ichmond. spent Sunday at home. Robt. McNeil of Richmond spent Sunday with his family here. Miss Ada Cause of Richmond, spe.it Sunday at home. Miss Nellie Lamb of Cambridge City spent Sunday at home. Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Cook have moved Into their property on Pearl street. Mrs. Thomas Tarkleson is the guest of relatives in New Castle. Dan Boyle of Cincinnati spent Sun day at home. The great cathedral at Cologne, al though completed but a lew years ago, has so deteriorated from factory smoke that the body of the cTuirch will have to be renovated throughout. QUAKE! DEAL Is easured you when you bry one of Dr. Pierce's Family Medicine--for all the irredienls cnteiing into them are printed on the bottle wrappers and their tcrnntla are attested under oath as being complet and correct. Yen know just what you are paying for and that the ir. gredieats are gathered from Nature's laboratory, being selected fro: the most valuable native, medicinal roots found growing in our Amer can forests. Whilo potent to cure they are perfectly harmless even t the most delicate women e.nd children. Not a drop of alcohol enters into their composition. A much bett agent is used both for extracting and preserving the medicinal principle used in them, viz. pure triple-refined glycerine of proper strength. This agent posoc5;cs intrinsic medicinal properties of its own, being most valuable atiti-septic and anti-ferment, rv.tritivr and soothi:; demulcent. Glycerine plays an Important part in Dr. Pierce's Golden Met ical Discovery in ihe cure of indigestion, dyspepsia and weak stomach attended by sour risings, "heartburn,' foul breath, coated tongue, poc appetite, gnawing feeling in stomach, biliousness and kindred derange ments of the stomach, liver and bowels. Beside ciring all the above distressing ailmrtits, fixe "Golden Med ical Discovery " is a specific for all diseases of th mucous membranes as catarrh, v.lrether of the nasal passages or of he stomach, bowels o pelvic organs. liven in its ulcerative stages it YTill yield to this sovei eign remedy if its use to persevered in. In Chronic Catarrh of th Nasal passage., it is weiJ, while taking the "Golden Mimical Discovery for the necessary constitutional treatment, to cleanse the passages free! two or three times a day with Dr. Sages Ctarrh Remedy. Tlr thorough course of treatment generally cures eeu iu the worst case In cough and hoarseness caused by brorchiai, throat ard lum affections, except consumption in its advanced stages, the "Goldes Medical Dbcovery is a most efficient remedy, especially in hose obsti nate, hang-oa-coughs caused by irritation and cvncstion of the bron chial mucous membranes. The "Discovery" is not so gootl for acute coughs arising from sudden colds, nor must it br expected tu cure con sumption in its advanced stages no raedicine will do that but for a! the obstinate hang-on, or chronic coughs, which, if neglected, or badb treated, lead up to consumption, it is tire best fue&cin? that con b taken If the sweet taste of the "Discovery," caused ty the glycerine, if disliked, a few drops of lemon juice, orange or lvne juice, s&ted to eacl dose will make it agreeable and pleasant and v-iU no in Q:e "lighted interfere with its lenefical effects. It's an insult to your intelligence for a deaW to endeavor tc palm off upon you some nostrum of unknown composition ro jrt.ic?; of Dr Pierce's world-famed medicines which are op known composition Most dealers recommend Dr. Pierce's medicin; because they knov what they are made of and that the ingredients employed are anion: the most valuable that a medicine for like purposes can l:s made of The same is true of leading physicians who do not hesitaie to recom mend them, since they know exactly what they contain and that theh ingredients are the very best known to mimical science for the cure ol the several diseases for which these medicines are recommended VVith tricky dealers It is different Something else that pays them a littl- greater profit will be urgec upon you as " just as good," or even better You can hardly afford tc accept a substitute of unknown composition and without any particula: record of cures in place of Dr. Pierce's medicines which are of known composition and have a record of forty years of cures behind them. You know what you want and it is the dealer's busme& to supply thai want, insist upon iU news of the DUBLIN, IND. Dublin, Oct. 16. Mrs. Robert Pret low is spending the week with iela tives in Richmond. The meeting at the Friends church was well attended Sunday evening. Rev. Swander will soon move his family into the Mrs. Samuel Watson property. ) Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Snyder have gone to Columbus to spend a few days before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Demree and Miss Jane Demree visited Mr. and j Mrs. Frank Garthwaite at Indianapo lis, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Snyder visited in Indianapolis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ogborn of Cambridge City were guests of his mother Mrs. Lou Ogborn, Sunday af ternoon. Mrs. Joseph Demick has returned from a visit with relatives in Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Azro Mason entertain- : ed to dinner Sundny, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mason and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wolfe. Mrs. Hughes took dinner Sut-day with Mrs. Phoebe Brown and daugh ter Olive. Afflicted with Sore Eyes for 33 Years. I have been afflicted with sore eyes for thirty-three years. Thirteen years ago I became totally blind and was blind for six years. My eyes were badly inflamed. One of my neighbors insisted upon my trying Chamber lain's Salve and gave me half a box of it. To my surprise it healed my eyes and my sight came back to me. P. C. Earls, Cynthiana, Ky. Cham- 1 berlain's Salve is for sale by A. G. Lu- ken & Co. NEW PARIS, OHIO. New Paris. O., Oct. 10. Mr. and Mrs. William Reinheirner and children spent Sunday with Thomas Ogden and family. Mrs. Elliott of Richmond was the guest of Mrs. Ella Cox and Mrs. Mary Brawley Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thompson an-.l daughter of Richmond, spent Sunday with friends here. There will be an ice cream and basket social at School No. 13, known as the Minnerman school, east of El liott's Mills, Friday, October 18, at 7:30 p. m. EAST GERMANTOWN, IND. East Germantown, Ind., Oct. 16 Mrs. Harry Hebble, who spent several days here with friends, left Monday to join her husband at Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. William Boughner en tertained at dinner, Sunday, Elmer Fagan and wife, Walter Fagan and wife, Charles Boughner and family, Charles Fagan and son. Miss Mary Amnion and Miss Howren of Dublin. Mrs. Clingerman is enjoying a visit, from her daughter, Kate, of California. m i pa .LsILj HAGERST0WN, iND. I Hagerstown, Ind.. Oct. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Wimmer were guests over Sunday of Mrs. Wimmer"s parents Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kay, north of New Castle. Elias Hoover spent over Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Chas. Newcom at Richmond. Ray Bagford went to Kokomo Sat urday, remaining until Monday even ing. Mrs. Eagford and baby, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harmel, for the past month returned with him. Miss Ann McCullough. who resides with her nephew, Sam McCullough and family, east of town, is ery sick. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beeson of Muncie were guests over Sunday of his broth er Floyd Beeson and family, east of town. Rev. and Mrs. E. G. Walk will visit her brother, Mr. Bloomfield and fam ily at Muncie this week. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Wimmer will move from the Gabriel Hardman farm west of town to John Ellabarger's farm two and one-half miles north of Dublin the first of November. Mrs. Mary Ann Thornburg and daughter Miss Clara Thornburg. re turned Monday evening from a visit at Indianapolis. They Make You Feel Good. The pleasant purgative effect exper ienced by all who use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the healthy condition of the body and mind which they create makes one feel joyful. Price, 25 cents. Samples free at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store. STRAUGHN, IND. Straughn, Ind., 'Oct. 16 Mrs. Mollie McMeans was given a surprise Thurs day evening of last week by some of her neighbors. She also was given a nice present. Mrs. McMeans will move to Alabama in a few days. Mrs. Elijah Haskett of Millville, was the guest of Mrs. J. W. Haskett Wed nesday night and Thursday. Mesdames Elvira Charles and Mary Waddell were guests of Mrs. Mary Guerin in Lewisville, Tuesday. How to Cure a Cold. The question of how to cure a cold without unnecessary loss of time is one in which we are all more or less interested, for the quicker a cold is gotten rid of the less the danger of pneumonia and other serious diseases. Mr. B. W. L. Hall, of Waverly, Va., has used Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy for years and says: "I firmly be lieve Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be absolutely the ba-.t preparation on the market for colds. I have recom mended it to my friends and they all agree with me." For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. CAMBRIDGE CITY. IND. Cambridge City, Ind.. Oct. 16 Miss Ada Case of Indianapolis was the guest of friends and relatives here yesterday. Miss Lenna Cornthwaite and Mrs. Loren Keever visited friends at Rich mond, Monday. Mrs. Willard Ulerich and Mrs. Will Wager visited in Richmond Monday. II. S. Beard and Wm. Barefoot were in Indianapolis on business Monday. Chas. Guyton of Baltimore. Mary land, is here visiting friends and rela tives for several weeks. Mrs. Louise Thurston has returned to her home In St. Paul, Minn., after a month's visit here with her sister, Mrs. Harriett Kiess and brother, F. C. Mosbaugh. CENTERV1LLE, IND. Centerville, Ind., Oct. 16. Miss An nette M. Edmunds of Cambridge City visited Mrs. William Haley at Bryan and also friends at Centerville, on Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson residing near Liberty were entertained on Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. James W. Home and daughter, Miss Geneve. Mrs. Fred Campbell and son Rich ard of Richmond, spent the early part of the week with Mrs. Omar Brum field. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dunbar, Mr. T. G. Dunbar and daughter, Miss Lotha, spent Sunday visiting relatives and friends at Indianapolis. John O'Melia is making a brief vis it to his sister Mrs. Margaret Nevitt, at Indianapolis. WHITE BRANCH, IND. White Branch, Ind , Oct. 16. Daniel Wise visited Henry Wise and family at Honey Creek last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Mary Bales spent two days last week with her niece. Mrs. Edwin Deardorff, helping to care for the lit tle daughter left by the stork. A part of last week there was no school at Maple Hill as the teacher. Miss Clem, was sick and is unable to teach this week. Helen Davis is teaching in her place. Lewis Himes hulled thirteen and one half bushels of clover seed last week, all there is in this locality. Earl and Maude Hoover of Mat thews visited Wilson Drake and Lew is Hoover and families the latter part of last week. , Emmet Moore returned home from Muncie Friday evening, where he had spent the last two weeks getting out the insurance assessment. LYNN, IND. Lynn, Ind., Oct. 16 Mrs. Samuel Witter, northeast of town, visited her brother, Fent Stegall and wife, Tues day. Mrs. Pearl Henderson of Rich mond, is visiting friends here. Luther Cox spent Monday in Richmond. COUNTIES! MILTON, IND. Milton, Ind., Oct. 16. Mrs. Marie Beeson has returned from a visit at French Lick and Indianapolis. Chas. Beck and daughter of Con nersville visited Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ferguson. Monday. j Mr. and Mrs. Tennis Bower, of Con nersville were called to Milton Tues day on account of the death of the latter's step-mother, Mrs. Ellen Zell. The botany class in the high school did field work at Maniove park Tues-1 day. i Agnes Connell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nealy Connell south of town has . lung fever. j l. J. uisnop ana wire are expeciea home from Michigan this week. Mrs. Ellen Callaway returned Tues day from a two weeks' visit at India- j napolis. Dr. and Mrs. I. F. Sweney have re turned from a visit to relatives at Dayton, O. Mrs. Mary Lindsay has gone to vis it R. P. Lindsay and family, south of town. A Certain Cure for Croup Used for Ten Years without a Failure. Mr. W. C. Bott, a Star City, Ind., hardware merchant, is enthusiastic in his praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. His children have all been subject to croup and he has used this remedy for the past ten years, and though they much feared the croup, his wife and he always felt safe upon retiring when a bottle of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy was in the house. His oldest child was subject to severe attacks of croup, but this remedy never failed to errect a speedy cure. He has recommended it to friends and neighbors and all who have used it say that it is unequaled for croup and whooping cough. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. WHITEWATER. IND. Whitewater, Ind., Oct. 16 Mrs. Lu cinda Stephenson of Greensfork has moved into her property on Ohio street. Joe C. Fulton returned to Middle town, O., Tuesday after a few days' visit here. Ira Hunt of Dayton. O., was the guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt. Frank Smith has accepted a posi tion as traveling salesman. Prof. Joe C. Burgess has recently had his residence remodeled, mak ing it a model home. The Pyle Merc. Co. is putting in some new shelving in order to accom odate increasing stock. GETTYSBURG, OHIO. Gettysburg, O., Oct. 16. Homer Marshall and family and others were guests at Aivin Marshall's home Sun day. Jesse Imes of near Lewissburg and Miss Irene Wenger spent S-mday with Estus Fudge and family. Martin Eikenberry and wife vere afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. William Richard3 spent Sunday with James Marshall and family. Peter Swerer and family spent Sun day evening with W. E. Wenger and family. FOUNTAIN CITY, IND. Fountain City, Ind., Oct. 16 A num ber of young people were entertained by Miss Dessie Thomas, Sunday, at her home, three and one-half miles northwest of this place. George Williams has gone to Indian apolis as representative to the Red Men's grand lodge. The Misses Ethel Bennett, Marie Pegg and Hazel Brooks spent Satur day and Sunday with Miss Bernice An derson at Bethel. CHESTER, IND. Chester, Ind., Oct. 10. Mrs. John HI ati of Richmond and Mrs. Coppic of West Milton, visited Mrs. Ella Stidham Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Maul were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bennett Wed nesday. I.r. and Mrs. Abijah Pyle entertain ed Thomas Hoover and C. H. Bulla and family at dinner Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Jefferis of Rich mond were calling here Sunday. Sanford Hennings is at Cincinnati this week. FAIRVIEW, IND. Fairview, Ind.. Oct. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Hart entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Mull and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Huffman at dinner Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robinson are vis iting Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Robinson. Viola Worley has entered high school at Richmond. Charles Kerlin and Frank Veregge spent Sunday at this place. ROBINSON CROSSING, IND. Robinson's Crossing, Ind.. Oct. 16 Mattie Fiant is reported to have come through an operation in the hospital at Indianapolis nicely, and her father and mother have returned. Ethel and Alta Porter united with the Epworth League last Sunday. John L. Byrne and wife took dinner with Levi Green and family, Sunday. Mrs. Emma Porter and Mrs. Ida Simmons were calling on Belsey Ridge Sunday and found her getting along nicely. No person that keeps the food canal clean and healthy can have appendi citis. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea Cieans the food canal and protects you from disease. 33 cents, Tea or Tab leas. A. G. Luken & Co. Paris possesses the largest public gardaas and tha largest hospital. Public KUMLEY 10 o'clock Farming Implements, Vehicles, Harness, Hay, Grain, Horses, 100 Stock Hogs, 10 Brood Sows, 40 head Cattle, 15 High-grade Milch Cows, calves by their sides, 40 head Sheep, 250 yards fine carpet F. Clerk. Ladies Aid Society of Chester will furnish the dinner CLEM A. GAAR JEROME SHURLEY MARKETS Richmond. PROVISIONS AT RETAIL. (By Bee Hive Grocery.! Eggs, per doz 25c Creamery butter, per lb 37c Country butter 2Sc New apples, per peck 40 to 60c Cabbage, per head 5c New potatoes, per bushel ........90c Oranges, per dozen 60c Lemons, per dozen 30 and 40c Bananas, per dozen 15 to 25c Onions, per peck 50c Leaf Lettuce, per lb.... 15c Head Lettuce, por bead... 10c Shelled Pop Corn, 10c lb.; 3 for 25c Prunes, per lb 10c to 20c Maple, per gallon (pure) SI. 40 New Honey, per lb 27c New Maple Sugar, per 'b 20c Oreen Onions, per bunco ...4 for 10c Spanish Onions, per lb.... Be Green Peppers, per dozen 10c Radishes, per bunch 3 for 10c Cucumbers 10c; 3 for 25c Parsnips, 3 lbs for ,.10c Cauliflower, per head 15c Green beans, per peck 10c Horseradish, per bottle Kc Lima Beans, per lb 18c Egg Plant 15c Navy Beans, per lb 5c Cocoanuts, each ....-.-...... .10 Dates, per lb 10c Apricots, per lb . ... 25c Carrots fnew) per buccb. ........ .Be Fifs. per lb 2c Tokay Grapes, per lb 15c Bacon, per lb 25c Lard, per lb. ................. ..12 V4c Cured Ham, per lb lRc Boiled Ham. per lb 40c Mushrooms 75c per lb.: 20o lb. Fresh tomatoes, per quarter pk. . 10c Granulated Sugar, 25 lbs $1.35 A Sugar. 19 lbs 100 Watermelons 20 to 30o RETAIL FISH MARKET. (Quotations furnished by the Sandus ky Fish Market) White fish, per lb ..lKc Red snapper, per lb 15c. Hallibut. per lb. 15c Cat fish, per lb. .. .. -. ..15c. Pickeral, per lb. .. .. .15c Trout, per lb .- 15c. Perch, per lb 10c 3 for 25. Black bass .. 25o Multes. per lb 10c 3 for 25. Herrin 15c MEATS AT RETAIL. (Furnished by Long Bros.) Chuck roast, per lb 10c Fresh pork, per lb 12 to 15c Pork chops, per lb 15c Lard, per lb. (under 5 lb lots) I2c Lard per lb. (over 5 lb lets) 11c Bacon, per lb 16c to 18c Pork roast, per lb 15c Veal per lb 1515 20c Fresh side pork, per lh 12cj Smoked ham (whole? 13c Beef to boil, per lb 710c Porterhouse steak, per lb 15c Smoked ham. 6llced. per lb i5c Fresh pan or link sausage, per lb. 12V4e FIELD SEEDS. (Paid by John H. Runge & Co.) (Wholesale Prices. Recleaned Bases.) Clover Seed. Little Red. per uu. .17 00 Clover Seed. Big English 7.00 Timothy Seed 2.10 2.20 RETAIL COAL PRICES. Anthracite $7.50 Jackson 5.23 Pocahontas 6.00 Winifred 4.50 Pittsburg 4.50 Hocking Valley 4.25 Nut and Slack $3.00 Coke 6.00 Tennessee 5.00 Kanawha 4.50 PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Puid by Bee HIT9 Grocery.) Dressed Young chickens, per lb..f. 16c Old chickens, per lb. . ..15c Turkeys, per lb.. .. .. . .. .. 18c1 as WILL SELL AT AUCTION D. C. BROOKBANK, Auctioneer Ducks, per lb 13c COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Prices paid by Bee Hive Grocery.) Creamery Butter, per lb 31c Country butter, per lb 20022c Eggs, per dozen 20c WAGON MARKET. (Paid by Omer Wnelan.) New Timothy, loose $12.00 New timothy (baled) $14.00 Mixed Timothy (new) $13.00 New Straw $6.00 Corn GOc Mixed Oats 42c White Oats 45c New Clover hay, loose 10.00 New Clover hay, baled 12.00 GRAIN MARKET. (By Richmond Roller Mills.) Wheat, per bushel 95c$1.00 Corn 60c Rye 85c Oats 45c Bran $24.00 Middlings $25.00 RICHMOND LIVE STOCK. (Prices paid by Lon Bros.) Hogs, 200 lbs. top, heavy $6.50 Cows, per lb.. 2c to iiVfcc Heifers, per lb Se to 4c Sheep, per lb., 4c to 5c Choice butcher steers, per lb... 5 to 6c Calves $4.50 6.50 Spring lambs, per lb 56c (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) CATTLE. Choice butcher steers.. .. 4.50 5.00 Bulls 3.00 3.25 Cows, common to good... 3.00Q) 3.50 Calves 6.50 7.00 HOGS. Hogs, heavy select packers 6.00 6.25 Hogs. 350 pounds, common and Rough 5.75 6.00 Hogs, 200 to 250 lb. av 6.40 6.50 WOOL MARKET. Indiana Wool, per lb 20 27c Western Wool, per lb 1820c Indianapolis. Indianapolis, Oct. 16- STEERS. Good to choice, 1,300 lbs and upward $6.23 7 Common to medium. 1,300 lbs. and upward 6.C0 6 Good to choice, 1.150 to 1,250 lbs 6-00 6. Common to medium. 1.150 1,250 lbs 5.23 5 Good to choice, 900 to 1.1C0 lbs 5.00 5, Common to medium, 900 to 1,000 lbs 4.25 5 Extra choice feeding steers 900 to 1,000 lbs .. .. 4.50 5. Good feeding steers 8C0 to 1,000 lbs .00 4. Medium feeding steers. 700 to SuO lbs 3.50 4. Common to best stocker. 3.00 4 HEIFER3. Cood to choice heifers 4.23 5 Fair to medium heifers.. 3.75 4. Common to fair light heif ers 3.00 2. COWS. Good to choice cows 3.75 4 Fair to medium cows .... 3.40 3. Caaners and cutters .. .. 1.30 3. Good to choice cows and calves 3000 E0. Common to medium oows end calves 20.00 20. BULLS. Good to prime bulls 3.75 4 Fair to medium 3.25 3. Common 2.50 3. CAT VES. Common to best veals . 4.00 7. Fair to good heavy 3.00 6. HOGS. Bst heavies. 215 lbs and upward $6.60 6 Medium and mixed 6.50 6 .00 .50 55 .85 .75 10 00 ,50 00 00 25 00 50 25 65 40 00 00 50 .50 15 .75 50 SO .70 .70 Good tn choice lights, 160 to ISO lbs 6.C0 6 Common to good lights 130 to 160 lbs 6.25 6 Best pigs 5.50 5 Light pigs T 5.50 6 .00 1 n U Rough 5.75 6.13 Bulk of sales 6.60 li 6.75 SHEEP AND LAMBS. Common to medium.. .. 4.00 C.25 Good to choice lambs 6.25 6.73 Common to medium clipped lambs 4.002P 6.tw Good to choice yearling. . 5.00 5.25 Good to cnoico Ebeep.... 4.25 4.75 Breeding ewes 3.00 5.23 Chicago. (By A. T. White's Special Wire.) Indianapolis Oct 1. This has been a hard day for the wheat bulge and they had to buy considerable wheat to hold the market up. The selling has been aggressive based largely on the weak ness in the northwest markets. The corn market opened firm but weaken, ed. Oats buying was small the priced being in sympathy with other grains. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. Chicago, Oct. 16. Wheat. Open Close Dec 105U 104 74 May 11 OH HO'i July.. , 102 103 Corn. Dec 63 62 U May (190S) 64 6314 July 63 62 Oata. Dec 55 M 54 Tb May (190S) 57 56 July 50 4 S04 Pork. Jan 16.00 15.S7 May 16.30 16.23 Lard. Jan 9.10 9.03 ov 9-2ti 9.2 May 9.30 9.22 Ribs. Oct S.03 7.93 Jan 8.23 8.17 May 8.52 8.43 CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Chicago, Oct. 16. Hog receipts 23. 000. Light $6.10 6.70 Heavy 6.00 6.63 Mixed 6.10 6.50 Rough 6.00 6.23 Sheep receipts 30,000; yearlings $5.33 6.00; lambs $4.75 7.30; cat tle receipts 24,000; beeves $3.90 7.20. New York. -ft NEW YORK STOCKS. (By Meyer & Kiser Special Wire In dianapolis.) New York. Oct. 16. Open Clo Amal. Copper 53 50 C. M. & St. P 115 113 Pennsylvania 117 11674 Union Pac 121 117 Reading 89 87 U S. Steel pfd 83 S2 U. S. Steel com 23 22 Va Southern Pac 75 74 Atchison 81 79 Vi Cincinnati. Cincinnati. Oct. 10. Hogs lower; butchers and fchipperB i.17n.y common r.fKf.40. Cattle steady; fair to good shippers $.". ifa T,.7, ; com mon .2.2.Vfi Sheep steady; ?i:2Zi (n'.ti; lambs steady; $4.00.7.27-- East Buffalo. East Buffalo. Oct. 1G. Cattle slow. Calves fc3.77tfjS.73. Lambs $3.007.23; yearlings $3.5O?z0.25; sheep no change. Hogs. 9.330; yorkers SG.506.73; pigs. .fX5.Oo; mixed f;.75t0.90. Light yorkers $G.23XO. Top lambs $7.00 -Toledo, 0. Toledo, Oct. 16. Wheat 103; com 66; oats 56. I. this concents yon. read care full y lr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is positively gnsran eed to cure fodiffesttoa. constipation, sick head ache, offensive breatn. malaria and all diieatea arising front stomach trouble.