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2nd Qual. 1st Qnal
42 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 16 1875,
A. O -A- R I
Trade Palace,Oct. 7.
To the Country Reader :
We reapeotfully ask your Imme diate
attention To the best selected
too or Dry Goods, Notions and
Mniinrv ever brought lotnia city.
By giving ou? individual attention
to buying in New York, we hav
secured a Hae of Silks. Black
Goods Dress Goods. Dometlos,
Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Table
Linens Bankets, Comforts, No
tions and Ülilinery at such rates
and on such terms as enables us
to offer ihe lowest prices known
Bince 182. Our priecs are alike to
oil and Orangers as well aa oth
ers' wl find at no other houss
more attractive goods or lower
Xj. S. AYRE3 &c CO.,
A GOOD THING FOR WINTER
Where do a.'ek folks love to go
When the wlntery breeses blow?
in the dar of Irost and snow?
Go Boy hst die's Cordial.
What do pale folks love to da
When the wind blows through and through 7
What can moke them gooa as newi
Go Buv Sxydek's Cordial.
When I feel neuralgic pain.
All things else I try In vain;
Whit bnnirs sweet relief aaaln ?
ÜO BUY hNYM.K'8 CORDIAL.
When there's pain beneath my vest.
And my dinner won't digest,
vw hat. of all thlnars then Is best?
Ü0 liCY SXYDKK'S COHKIAL.
When I'm vexed with aching head,
And I think I'm almost dead.
What ran set me out of bed 7
Go Buy Snyder's Cokdial.
Kth"IJTTLK QUEER B X)K" for 1&75.
11. g. hci-erinoa co.
Hols proprietors, 27 Hansom St.. Philadelphia.
.If! irtKff fll VI .Ml M.
6S East Market tit., Indianapolis.
All druggists sell It for f 1 per botue.
FINANCE AND BUSINESS.
GKNERAL MARKET REVIEW."
LOCAL MONET MARKET.
General dullness pervades in the money
market as elsewhere. Deposits areincreas
in? and lines of discount are limited. It
will be two weeks before the spring pur
chases of goods will create an mercantile
demand for loans. Bankers here are ad
vised by their New York correspondent
that the rate of interest on balances will be
. rdufl from 4 to 3 per cent. The rate
allowtd by banks hero to their coun
try customers bas been, and will
probably remain at four per cent. The re
duction at New York, if maintained, will ex
cite an influence favorable to this market
bo soon as business revives. It has always
been a trouble with ns that we are money
poor, the bank capital being insufficient for
the actual demands of our rapidly projrrea
aive enterprise. The prospects for the com
ins season are reported as very encouraging
Manufacturers, merchants and real estate
men are all talking of the business antidpa
ted upon the opening of spring.
REVIEW OP TUE HOME MARKETS.
Monday ETEnso, Feb. 15.
As predicted en Saturday the market In grain
was U relets to-day. Trices were a full cent lower
for corn, with no demand to speak of at the de
dine. The new freight rates are in full operation
to Jay. No sales of wheat Croats reported,and the
floor market dull as usual With the mercury
marking 10 degrees below zero this morning it
was useless to anticipate any activity In the
street markets. There was almost perfect quiet
in all lines of trade. The provision market
opened weak and a trine off at Chicago from the
closing quotations Saturday. There are no spot
meats on the market here, and quotations are
nomiual. Hales are reported In connexion with
me weather demands nrst attention in re
viewing the state Af trade during the pat;week.
It has been the chief element in business and
a very demoralizing one. Not only has the dis
agreeable severity restricted business In the city
ey detaining customers both from the whole
pale and retail houses, bnt in many parts of the
West a heavy fall of enow has blockaded lines
f eommunnlcatlon, retarding for daya the ree
alar movement of railway commerce. In some
lines as in cattle the detention has created scare-
lty la the consuming markets, and sufficiently
to appreciate valoes. indlanapjll. lying south
of ihe line of blockade, has not suffered save In-
-directly, but has rather, as In the case referred
to, been gainer rather than loser. Speaking In a
general way the market has been exceedingly
dull, and were It iot February, which is prover
bially the daließ month of the year.lt might
te termed stagnant, mere is, nowever. oner
wy hand abounding confluence In the good time
soon to come, and toe end of the cold term Is
awaited with admit able pallencs.
THE GRAIN M ARK KT.
Busine Ts this line has been only moderate,
aud in the aggregate Jwlll not reach half the
amount recorded for the previous week. Jn aa
ticlpatloa of advancedirates of freight Kastern
operators had been buying liberally "for two
weeks previously, and It was therefore but na
tural thatas the day approached for the meet
ing of the railway officials the orders should be
diinmlsoea in number. Arter the announce
ment of the new rates on Friday It was evident
that there must be a week or ten days of dull
nesH until the readjustment of values Is deter
minea. me tenaency in prices in corn was
downward until Saturday, but the extent of the
decline was lnconsiderab!e,not exceeding 1 Sc for
the week. and a portion of this was vtrtuaiiv re
covered en t naay . flow muco i he snow block
aae.oy retaruing aeuveri atonicago, may
have had to with stren'-rtnenln? the market on
Sataraay it Is, of course, dlcicultto determine.
Th Rnprevemont noted on fatnrday was cer
tainly contrary to wtat might have Leea ex
pected to follow so quickly the advance In
freight rates. And as will be seen by the teport
for to-day the advance was Dot permanent, the
decline being sufficient to-day to record a total
for Uie weeJt of fatly ao tn this raarK?t. Buyers
are in no haste to purchase, and dealers are no
jongr in receipt si .Kastern orders. Wheat and
Vj Lave scarcely oeeaaeait in at an, except bo
iar assaniere naveoeen supplying themselves
from the country, outside the offering by the
regular meaebants not a large quantity In tbe
aggregate. Veds -have weakened, anl clover
has declined Xöo under the Influence of a lieht
cmanc.ior wnicnme weainer may prooably
oe neiaaocouncaoie. riour moves ssitatowiyin
Job lots, aud product on will not be very heavy
until me com weainer ore aas,
The marxet opened on Monday with some
show of the activity which characterized the
last half of the pravlooa week. On Tuesday It
was materially doited, and on Wednesday and
Thursday there was scares anything doing. Ou
Friday, however, brokers were very bmy, and
on Saturday 'the transactions were unusually
heavy. There has been at all tsuies during the
week a plentiful list of ordes lor spot meats,
but holders have not been inclined to accept
current prices. In rorae cases cr.rs hav bn
mitxl from other markets, I'ucätv are still car
ry lug the Duik of their prod ucL
A few words will suffice to note the general
quiet of the market duriDg the past week. As
It ;s quite evident now that ihe tax on teas and
coffees is no: to be restored, trade in tbera is set
tling apon a regular basis. Prices are pretty
well maintained, assisted in a measure by the
appreciation of gold. Immediately upon the rO
portof the wajs and means committee sugais
stiffened materially, Kenners were no longer
anxious to sell, and one of the heaviest Arms
withdrew their goods from the market. Import
ers also adopted the same policy to a considera
ble extent. All other articles rental a at the quo
tations which have ruled for several mouths
DRY GOODS, XTO.
The general appearance of stocks la this
branch of trade indicates that our dealer hare
been no to "snuff." and are fully prepared for
the advancing market. But with that gener
osity which amounts almost to a virtue with
bom. thev still show a dUnoiltlon to divide the
accrued advance on their well bought fabrics
with their less fortunate customers. Owing to
ihatTiwmnrnM wPAther trade has not been
marked with the activity of the week previous,
although a fair amount of goods have been sold
at an advance over former prices. The leading
feature of the week is the opening of an enor
mous stock of standard priata by one of our
Meridian street houses, which are being sold at
1mm to lc less than present value. The
rnmlnr week rromlnes some excitement in
ihw im. All standard prints have been ad
vanoed to c by the agentsomelmakes of brown
nhMiinnuntiitliloa she climb while bleaches
tM hinr held verv firm at the advance. Out-
able casslmeres. Jeans ,nd
plain flannels but little has been doing in the
woolen gooas une, prices o
.1 a n vcf
Thecarcitr of water in the manufacturing
districts of the tat and the temporary sua pen
tinnnr Wnstrn millsfor want of stock, and i
reasonable comoensatton for their labor, bints
craniiv tnmrd an nnward tendency in woolen
fabrics. Cottooadesopen out very dull with but
im i harn from last ver crices. the "ground
ntf hat lus hunted his hole nothing short of
the melodious notes of the blue bird will restore
confidence in this depar ment.
The week has been a quiet one among the
Irin dealer. The recelDts are only suffl
rionttA fair! snnnlv the local market with
poultry, although dealers have met a limited
demand for receipts bv lail, owing to the free
supply furnished by the country wsgons. Eggs
advanced early In the week, and dealers were
willing for a davor two to pay the asking price
but the figures soon became so elevated as to
check consumption, and on Saturday there was
a fair supply at quotations, .uuiier is more plen
um! than anv other a-tlcle. but the price is
ktrtitllv malntxlned for the choice grades.
There ha been no occasion to change the quota
tions during the week, as in oiner unes ine
weather is the controlling element, and Its
sway is rigid as well as Irild.
TEE GENERAL MARKET.
Drugs have remained steady except alcohol
which advanced 10 cents per gallon upon the
receDtion of the report ot the ways and means
Tobacco rules firm, with an advancing ten
dency, although prices were not so promptly
advanced as for some other articles unuer me
influence of theabove-meutloned rr port.
Whisky Jumped atonee from Utt to I 05, and so
nertaln are distillers and dealers that the tax
will be Imposed, they are maklDg haste to with
draw as much as possible Irom bond, to as to
save ths 16 cents which it Is proposed to levy
upon all in bond when the law shall take ef
Other lines present no new or notable fea
(Quotations are given for the buying prices of
grain and produce, and the selling prices for
aonr ana ouier invrcuauuiae.i
DAILY KA1LKOAD COMMEKCK.
AKTICLXS. KIOTT. SHIFT'S.
Uoai and Ooke.,
Dot ton, bales
Corn meal, barrels.
Cement, brls .....
IIIIIMMMH-MN W S
issssjs see sss 1 (50
iti um mi WMmwiiiim" VAJ
70 4 18,3
tX)FFKE-Trade is oulet here. Cargoes are
changing hands freely, audprioes are well sus-
Koasting grades of Rio are quoted at ZiKQZXs;
good to fair at nylic', prime at 'i(lio
choice to fancy, at -iiyi&lio and Java at m c
UA-NDUtas Hotel, ai&zjo: star canajes are
auoted atlAJ0c:onmmon Dressed. 13(9130.
Uüiiasais At ibbcciuxa ror une to cnoice iao-
M0LAB8ES AND 8YRUF8 New Orleans
molasses is steady at 6S380o, and syrups at ooo
Ml for common to lancv.
KICK Dealers quote at 7Xaso ror nangoon,
and 8X90 for Carolina.
uuak Market very nrmana benigner at
I lie tASt.
t quote: New Orleans, VAtgiyia. Re-
fined la quoted at 10(9100 for A, 10M$l0c,
for extra C, and lrn.o for hard; circle C,
I6äwl0c: yellows. SX(cto.
HOD A In boxes, 7S(S;(3i kegs.
hua4 werk's German is quoted at 73ic ;
Babbitt's at 10910c
hi akch ueaiers quote at ooao per pouna
ßPICFü-Penw is auoted at 28,30c: allspice,
lNec: cloves; u036c; easala, 40A45O.
kl 1 1 'T- U, Ar I n n r. a 1 SCftl OA .
Ohio River, dray load lots, at Si 7u&l 75; Bagl-
naw, car iota, at it 70(41 60 : uoio tuver, car xots
at fl 65011 70.
TKAts Market arm.
Gunpowder is quoted at85c31 GO; Imperial,
0cl 20; Hyson 111 SO; Oolong, &5c J II; Eng
lish breakfast. 4U07ÖC
TOBACCO Hteady and strong and wlU go
ivo y ai uem is quoted at msuuo: Monitor ravy.
64366c; baled tobaoco. HJ)o; bright navies ana
quarters. 2a70c : smoking brands. 3i(t0c
iAXJjuw-in iair aemana at iy4iyAo.
FANCY GROCERIES AND FRUITS.
CANNED GOODS 8teady with but trifling
change in prices. Tomatoes, 2 lbs, II 4U
ou: 6 lbs. II wu Yarmouth corn.
li 50i2 5; Mountain sugar, 12 60;
Trophy, ti 60; Baltimore do, S3 50 j2 X Peaches,
Fasrern. '2 lbs. t2 Wi 5: 3 loa. i 6U: Western
packed, 2 lbs, Si 3.3; 3 lbs, A&i oO; pie
pea. hes, 2 lbs, $17 Blackberries. 1 tOtfibö.
strawberries, 2 lbs, 33rai cO. Raspbe .. 2 lbs.
Si 5032 60. Wortleberrles, J2 252 5. Pin nles,
2 lbs, W 50.92 75. balmon, lib. ri50r2 75; 1 . 2
JfORElUN FUUITS-BuiineHS quiet.
Xast oranges, none in market; Porto Rico, S9
(19. Valencia oranges, per case, SS&10; Mesalna
oranges, f-iU.-4o5u. Lemons, prime Messina.
1 10 00 per box; dates 109120 per pound; new
raisins, layers 13 Sinus 50; London layers 4;. Mus
cat crown $4 00 double crown II 25. Valencia
ralalns,Uiai4c; Saltan a, ie3i8o; drum figs, new,
lsH1kl9e: large layer flgs, 19S20o; French prunes.
in ooxes, very fine, 16SQl7c citron, 40(9 Wc ; cur
raoM. S'alOo: Turkish -runes, new, lllCc.
N UTS Hhell almonds are quoted at va2Ko :
Alberts, lc ; walnuts, French, lie; Naples. 17
Isc; Braill nuts, 12Xc; peanuts raw, 83120;
UKY UUODS Market froten solid. Almost
aotning doing, rrices held nrm ror ail season
BATTiKO Ordinary. Wai2i:e: middllns. 15o;
best tlasae, I60.
Comfort prints. GMHSci standard fancT dara
9Co; Btandard fancy side band, VlUc.
Dress goods But little doing ;prioes tower ttian
Cotton aad wool naonels are qu1e,L
xmowir Dkiluko Nahviiie. lie: PeoDersl.
Ticnuüo Omea 32 inch. Sie: Amoakeair A C
Xys; A, lc; Conestoga, 4-4 Medal, lso; Medal,
lee: extn.T. inc.: esua 4-4. lis: Lewlstown 86
lach, 24c: ditto Inch, a-w; ditto 39 inch, l&o
BHraTiwo HTXip.is American, s-3, lie; 3-3, ioe;
Whlttenden lie. 14c. and 15c: Union. 14. 16. and
Paper Cambkics Advanced. Common col
ors, bv; high colors, Sc.
Pkiwts Wasningbon, Anerlcan, Richmond,
Oriental, Con nee toga, Merrimac, tio; bpragae's
fancy. 8Jc : Green stripes. 10c: Garner print.
84e ; r reeman,7;o ;&tandard HhirUcg prlnta.KHc
'biou solid colors, 0; Peabody suiting yto;
Wamsetta, 7o; Black and Mourning prints, 9c.
CarpktChaiä White, i-c; cloreu, c; cov
erlet warp, 24o. j
.Baowji BHarnKoa Vermont, lOcf Naeh-J
Till, lOo ; KlddlrrlUe, 9o : Idaho, tWe: New
Albany. 10c; Htark A lOe; Laurel DM' lc;
Laurel 9; Park A 7e; Granite B7e; Bed
ford B,7o; Pepp N 80; Pepp. o.o: Pepp K,
So; Pepp E lüc
Bulach ks BHxxTii g Lonsdale, 12sc : Ilore
13e: Blaekstone. He. Maacmonet. Ue: Hill
K, 10e. 4-4, Uo; Dwight Btar, Ulo; Vaughn XX,
Ked Dog, 70 ; uuaxer jsc;tm Dries, ixns-
dale, 17o : Young Warrior. Us: Jabes Knight,
Uaini Bags Amoakeag A 34c: Lewlston A.
Iie:Btark.84c: Union, sso; Banner, sue.
DRUGS Market fchowinx no new features.
Aaaatcetlda is quoted at 85310c; alco
hol at 12 103 i5; alum, per pound.
-S9"tc: camphor, per pound, saw; coeni
need, per pound, W$90o; chloiorm, per
pound, SI 101 20; copperas, barrels, per
pound, 3k ; cream tartar, pure, 45047c; In
digo, per pound, II iO-gl Su; lloonoe, Galab, per
pound, genuine, 46)50g; magnesia, carb 2 os
per pound, Vu 40o ; morphine, P. A W per ounce ;
Iö758 0ü; madder, per pound, 15S18o; oiL caa-
lbM 17 M(i8; opium per pound, t96ui0 00; ala
nine, per ounoe. 12 &K&2 40: balsam copaioa.
60o; soap, eastlle, Cr n.tjlöo; soda, bicarb.
kegs, per pound, eyio; sails, epsom,
per pound, 45c; snuff, Garrett's, pack, per
gross, 17;snoff, Garrett's, per cawe of 4 dosen,
18; sulphur, flour, per pound, btitto; saltpetre,
per pound. lQ&a ; turpentine, 4.x4c,
FISH Market auiet. We quote:
No. 1 white per naif barrel at 6(3 50; quarter
barrel, S3 CO; kits, II 35. California salmon, per
half barrel, new S10 50(411 u: kits. 53 25:
Mackerel, new mesa per barrel, !23; hall barrel.
IL. (X): Quarter barrel. W oo; kits, 14 2d;
No. L, half barrel, 37 00; quarter
barrel. S44M CO: klla, II 4U(41 60: No. 2,
half barrel, f8 607 ; quarter barrel, $3 50; kits,
1180; Cod nah, 6 507o. Holland herring, per
keg, fl 60; scaled herring 60c. Halibut, smoked.
14c Prepared oodflsh, 839o. Bloaters, per
DOX. 1 JW.
HID Lis The following anoutlons are fur'
nlshed exclusively for the Sentinel by F. W.
Ba turner, dealer In hides. No. bo Bouth Meridian
street, Indianapolis: Best city green hides.
cows, 0o; steers weighing 6o lbs orover,7Xc:
best city veal skins, l3o; best city kit; skin, 9$
lue; green salted lower and market heavy
at ec; dry salted hides, lltkl3o as o cure:
dry flint. l3lSo as to core Urubby, bull and
stag hides two-thirds price. Bheep skins are
quo tea at 50o to tl 25 asoordlns to quality. Tai
low, 7S8c. Grease Brown at öHfltio; yellow.
9'ic l wnii, aiuc.
Coal is coming In more freely, and dealers
are not having so much dlfliculty In Alling
Anthracite, per ton, 110 50: Brasil block, per
bushel, I2ii5c; White River, 15c; Band creek,
19 He; Highland erate, lie; Highland steam ,
Wttahnr 1K-S9IK. ttcl nut. lie; 4?te11
team, 9c; Black, cc; Virginia eannel, SCc; Indi
ana cannej, tc.
Oos: I29l3e: crushed, 1516c
Wood Is quoted at 14 (togia.
URaiN, FLOUR AND FEED.
Bbax BHipsrurrä. f tc The mills aie
doing so little that all kinds of feed is scarce,
Bran and snorts are quoted at 5 JJ.jzi ; nne iod
at r2lA22.ud middlings at f'.'a 25.
Flour The market Is very dull. Bales were
100 bbls fancy at fo Ii; 2C0 this, p. t.
Choice fancies are quoted at 95 25i5 75. Home
sales being made at concessions; family at 4 60
(Efj uo: extra. 14 2b: low grades at 13 bOial 0J.
Quotations for corn, oats and wheat show price
tn eievator: on iraca; is 10 nigner.
Corn Market flat and prices off a full cent,
with no buyers anxious to Invest at tho decline.
Quotations are nominal. Bales were: 5 cars h
m. f.o. b., 6lc: 2 cars b. ra., p. t.; 1 car white,
f. o. b., 64 He; lcar h.m. f.o. b., 6lXc. We quote:
Low mixed, 62c; hkh mixed &!(63c; ear,
50a for 6s pounds, or 59c for 70 pounds.
Oats Tnere was a single option saleof 5,000
bushels, eller May, at Chicafio, at 66c Quoted
at 66(3a8o for mixed ; &7tte lor No. 2 white.
Rtbv But lilUe dot n g .
BARLXT Is quoted at 81 20(31 25o per bushel
Wheat The market extremely quiet, millers
supplying themselves from the country. No
We quote: No. J Red wheat, tl 00al 03 in ele
vator: am oer, 31 u$ai 08 : white, 11003110.
ua x ttieaay ana uncnangea. Loose is quoted
at 122 (25 lor choice timothy from wagons.
Baled la quoted at I for tight, and S3)(422 60
for loose pressed, on arrival.
lUXi.- rue market here remains active, with
insufficient supp'y. The Chicago dispatch esti
mates tue receipts to-day at 19,000, ana prices a
trifle higher. We quote hre at W öoa6 wi. Re
ceipts by all the houses. 1,35'i. Killed, 1,300.
HOB Are quoted at 25a:oo per pound
IRON AND BTKfclL The quotations are
given at list prices, as follows: Bar
iron Is quoted at 12 60 to (2 80. Bbeets
rolled. 10 to 14. 4!-;c: 15 to 20. 5.7c: 27. 6c:
Charcoal, lo advance on above rates. Other
sites and numbers are graded at propottlpnate
rates. Bteel la quoted as follows; Sanderson's
best English tool, 25c; American tool, 2oc; spring
steel, ly inch, ISo; IS inch and over, 11c.
mill pick shapes. 3uo.
OILB-Market is steady and firm for all kinds.
Petroleum is very firm and unusually active.
Raw linseed is sold at CIAho; boiled at 88
AWUn- lorH nil nrunt CTtm CI IA1 IC. XJn 1 Of
II ; tanners oil, Btrait's best, 60(65c: Banks' best,
SöosöOc; Labrador, 80(i86c: refined coal oll. H'aiäc :
ror standard; gasoline tor lamp, iidc; nesa-
ngnt, üirccxoc: luoncaunz ana m&cninery ous,
LEATHER Quiet and steady. Oak slaugh
tered sole Is quoted at 40(ftt2c; Buffalo, 32a
37c; harness 88(40c! upper 25330o per foot;
French calf, fl 752 25; French kip. 1141 70; do
mestic calf, f 130(tl 60; kip, II 10(41 25; collar,'
per foot, aw ; bridle. Der dosen, iijw. .
Quotations are strictly nominal as there Is but
Pin a l and 2 clear, per M. feet, 53 ooq oo:
Flooring, dressed, 122 60.10 00: Biding, dressed.
113 01311) 00; b toe It boards, 118 00(320 00; Common
boards, 116 oo; mil sturr, to 10 feet, 116 00; Bill
stuff, over 16 feet, 117 00O24 Ot; Heavy Umbers,
1 00 extra per M. ; Sheeting, 113 ou: A sawed
shingles, S3 7534 U0; No. I shingles, 13 00; Poplar
shingles, 13 15: Lath, 13 00; Southern pine floor
ing, dressed. 115 003o0 00.
foplab Clear, &30 (X); Common, lis 00; Culls,
Ash 1st and 2d, 12 50.
black Walnut The quotations are buying
firloes for green and selling prices for dry lumber,
st and '2d, dry 155 uuaj uu; 1st and 2d. green,
110 00:445 00; Culls. 115 0G(20 00.
BUILDING MATERIALS-Li ue: Delphi and
Huntington, 34c; Peru, 30o; il.. Paul, 28o per
bushel. Hair, 40o per bushel Plaster: Michi
gan. 13 25; Newark, 13 75. Fire brick, 13 to 87 per
hundred. White sand, 14 per bam-L Cement 25
per barrel for Louisvuie; ft owm u ror Portland.
TINNERS' 8TOCK-TTade is dull and quota
tions are nominal. Tin plate is quoted, fcr
IC. 10x14, charcoal, first quality, at 112 00
IX. ditto, at 116 00: IC, 14x24 rooflng Un.
Ill 50; IC, 20x28 rooflng Un, 123 00. Brass
kettle, 4Sc No. 27 iron B, 6c; No. 27,
smooth Iron, 6c. Moorehead'a galvanized
on, 20 per cent, discount from new list. Zinc,
per sheet, lOHo; per cask, 10c, Pig tin. Strait's,
we Wire Bright and annealed 30 per cent dis
count from list prices; lacquered 25
per cent discount. Bolder, tinner's 18c.
Copper Sheeting, 14 to IS os., S5c; plan
ished, 14. to 16 os., 40c; bolt copper, 96c; bottoms.
S5o. Lead Pig, 8 So; bar, 9c Antimony. 18c ;
Babbit metal, 16i2Uo
BEKDa told weather has tetapnrarlly sus
pended business and prices areoffa little,
flaxseed is quoted at lieu: Clover at 86 50(3675;
timothy at 1273; choice at li 90.
STRAW sells rrom wagons at 84 ö0(3ä per load
or 4)r945e per 100.
nails Quotea, vn to oua at u w per xeg
and smaller numbers at the usual advance.
PRO VISIONS The market at vhtcago otentd
a trlflo weak, and so continued during the day.
There was, comparatively speaking, not hin
doing in sp.it meats, there being but a single
sale of uu.ixcibs. clear Eiaes at iue. in opuans
buslDets was tolerably orisK tor Monday, ana
the reals reported were: 2i0 tcs. lard, seller
April at Oiieago, at 813 70:230 tcs lard, seller
Msrelt, at 113 75; 7ä) les lard, seller April, at
113 75; 5uu tcs lard, seller April, at 113 77.; 21 tcs
lard, seller April, at 113 75.
Bulk anouiaers tryn; ciear no vyyvyLo;
clear sides, 9ä!üo. Bacon Hams, 1
14 Vie: dried beef at ie,sne. Lard Prime steam
held at UH$13?c: ke4.tie, 139 Ie.
Tuuus Axe, cimmons paveni. 19; onto
plain, 112 25. Mlshawaka sUver steel, 122. Cross
AH wmm S VI W 'SB 1 VS VkV V"f TA TSSfS T fVW naV fAAf
JU BSSSk SW Da VlSliä ss uasawvwva s va frvi IVWk
ditto, half patent, Oc: clipper saws, Cöo, light
ning. Goc : carriage doiis, im ana n per cent dis
count from list.
Market dull. Eit still hold up as to price.
but the demand is restricted thereoy and the
uriDlv is about equal to It.
to utter Choice country, 2c; Common coun
K1H1H acu ve. o.e.
Fäuit Ureen apples, per br, $1 60(81 00; New
YorK apples, 1 1 oütfi 7o; Driea apples, j;
Dried peaches, 9o; Cranoerrles, bist cultivated.
per brl., 8 iü utk liU'.
Pocltrt 'thickens, live, pr doz, f2 Wl2 75;
Chickens. New York dressed, 7,i:'c; fall dressed
cmckens, ti ; Ducks, ditsued, II 7i; Tur
keys, per lb, live, 7c; do lull dressed. 10$ lie; do
New York dressed , tc; Live geese, per doz, 8-i vO
VmirrABLVs Potatoes dull, per ba, 65-a?fc;
Onions, sliver skins and yellow, per tri, 14 6v ;
Onions, red, per br I) 7a.
beeswax, par lb, 2tc; Beans, II 6031 7fi; Baking
greaee, 1U(4 Ue: Feathers, per lb, prime live geese,
sec: Glnsftny, II lu; Kags, per lb., ooiton..'c.
HON Ei" Is in fair demand at per
pound tor choice boxes; for low grades, 2fl(325c .
i ditto, 38 60; No. ffdltto, I7(?7 50; No. 1 Churns
common, per dosen. 110 60; No. 3 ditto, t 60;
No S ditto, 18 60; No. 1 cedar churns brass
bound. 121(922: No. 2 dltU . Uan521: No. 1 ash
churns, 118; No. 2 ditto. 816: No. S ditto, 114 : stave
half bushel measures, 85 50; hoop iron bound
ditto, 6 to 57; keelers, five in nest, 12 25; meal
sieves, 14-16, 81 75-32; ditto Is, ti Oü.2 25; O U
backets two hoop, 81 904X1 00; ditto three hoop
82 35s3 40.
WHJBKY 1 qnoled to-day at tl 05, and bot
little on the market.
WOOL Market steady. Quoted at, for un
washed. S.'ir.'jc : fleece washed. Me; tub washed
and picked. MUbbo.
BROOMS Common, Tl 32 50; medium, t2 75;
WINDOW GLASS Hmgle Strength.
BXS to PX10 8. 'JU 87 7
bxIS to 10irH.. 8 (0 75
lnxl6 to 12x18 11 ou
12x30 to 20xi , ig oo
Discount 65 and 5 per cent, off above.
INDANAPOLIS I.IVK STOCK MARKET.
INDIANAPOLIS, Mo.VDAT, Feb. 15.
The market was scantily supplied with cattle
this morning, about 150 head of cattle of gen
erally common quality being the extent of the
offerings. Prices are again advanced 2oc per 100
ids an rouna, ana tue aemana very active.
Good shipping cattle, 1,200 to 1,900 lbs.
average ö 5036 00
Good butchers' stock 4 755 50
Medium ., 4 (04 M
iiiniinnn - ,,. , g W'3 i
Bnlls r ,,, 3 00i3 60
No sheep on the market There la a good de-
mana sou cnoice ones woaia una ready sale.
MONEY, STOCKS, ETC.
Nxw Yeax, Feb-15.
Money, 3 per cent.
Prims mercantile paper, 43 per cent.
Sterling exchange was weak at H 83(34 83, for
60 daya and 84 864 Sö for sigb t.
Custom receipts, I716JJ00.
Gold was dull at Ill..
Carrying rates 1 per. cent, to flat.
Treasury disbursements, t?JS,uuu,
Governments were dull.
Railroad bonds were firm.
Slate bonds were quiet.
This has been the dullest day at the Stock
Exchange for some time. Many heavy opera-
Mia uave TU Ullinavu ID Dlgn COtUmlS
elon rates. There 1 a proposition for an opposi-
iiou ricuange, ana a can naa neen issued lor a
meeting to be held at Fifth Avenue Hotel
i nursaay evening to consider It. At tbeopen
ing of business the market was Irregular, bat
later on advanced per cent, all around.
biiu later mere was a general decline under the
lead of Wabash, which went off 2 per cenL, in
consequence of a movement to defeat h nm.
poed funding scheme, which a large number of
me Donunokiers naa already agreed to. The
market closed steady, except for Wabash, which
was weak. Missouri Pacific recovered from 43
. a " la.. iaa as is . . - "
w j. i sciiio Aiau was exceptionally strong.
The total sales of stocks to-day were 130,000
shares, of which 3J.u were Pacific Mall. 'Ji.afi
Western Union, 8,1-00 Northwestern, 6,000 St.Paul,
iaae nnore, ie,wu union, 11,000 W abash and
i,oiv umon racino.
U. S. 6S '81
U. 8. 6's e4
U. B. 6 8 65. ..........
U. B. 0's '65 (new)
U.Pl. b'S '67.
U. 8. 6's "68
Ü. 8. 10-40'S.-..
b per cent fd loan..
ml nt', J
Old f ennessees.M
Old N. Carolinas
New N. Carolinas.
The purchasing prices for Government bonos
In Indianapolis vary from the New York quota
tions ?vi per cent.
W. U. Telegraph--
Wells Jt argo tlx
N. Y. Central
N orth western
N'thwest'n pre f..
w a Das a
Terre Haute prof.
Chicago A Alton..
C A A. preferred..
Ohio A Mlsslasi'pl.
0a 0 A lyaa tNNMMMM
C B. Q
Lake Shore L
U. Pacific stocks
C. Paoiflo bonds.
U. Pacific bonds
Del. A Lacks wana.
A. A P. Telegraph.
i iw hoc; 4
VOX' 101.,; 101
27 2Ö? i
spot or for seUer
March; 85f.'o for
February; Mc for seller
feuer Apni; rw av Jyt3
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK. Feb. 15, Flour Ths market Is
dull and in buyers' favor; receipts, 11.0L0
barrels ; sales were made of superfine Western and
State at 13 S04 20; common to good extra
do at 14 4034 76; good to choice at $4 805 25;
common to good white wheat Western extra
at 85 25&90; common to good extra Ohio at
84 6öä6 40; common to choice St. Louis at $4 75
OS 00. Rye flour Dull and drooping; sales were
made of fresh at 84 00(45 15. Corn meal Is quiet:
sales were made of Western at S3 9J44 60.
wneat xne market is quiet. eay and in
limited Inquiry; reeeipts 41,000 bushels:
sales were made of No. 1 Chicago spring at II 14
Ml 19: no. 3 Chicago spring at jiAi .(aioi; ro. 2
Chicago spring at 1105(9107; No. 2 Mllwaukf
at II 09! 116: No. 2 Northwestern at flGUftl 07:
ungraded iowa and Minnesota spring at 11 03
(31 17; winter red Western at 11 n&i 23; amber
western at 11 wi zj- white western at tl 'iö
(31 30. Rye Is quiet: sales were made at VAaWoc
Barley Dull and in buyers' favor; sales made of
Canada West at 81 00. Lariev malt is quiet
and heavy ; sales were made of Western at (120;
iNo. srowed täte at 81 40. corn opened nrm
but closed dull and in good demand; receipts
6,000 bushels; sales were made of new Western
mixed at 81 ,i2ic; new white Western at81o;
new high mixui and yellow Western at MJ.'aSJc.
Oats Firm and active; receipts 19,000 ousheis;
sales were made of mixed Western at 63710;
white mixed Western at 68'372c. Hay Is quiet;
sales made of snipping at ööfoTOc Coflee Is
dull aud unchanged; sales were made of fair to
good Rio at lscgold. "Sugar 1 dull ; sales were
ma"" of fair to good refining at 7 ll-lii a: prime
at 8e; redned firm at U'aUc; centrifugal at
B'tKKe; New Orleans at 9e. Molasses Is
steady : sales made ot New Organs at tiura&xc;
Porto Rico at 4445c; common Cuba 4Uc. Rloe-Is
steady; sales were made of Carolina at 6c.
Knsln la Wsutr; uIm vera midii of itraln
at n 10 a J 15. turpentine fs steady; saies were
made of spirits at 38c. Petroleum Is dull;
saies were mane 01 reunea at u3u,fc ; cruae a
Srntio. Kr xs Are arm: sales made of West
era at 43315c. Leather Is steady ; sales made of
hemlock sole, Buenos and lilo Grande, light
aud heavy weights,' at 26Xf330c: California do at
2iB294e: common do at io(329e. Wool Isqulte
steady ; sales were msue 01 aoraesu neece at
iSöc; pulled at 30(s60c; nn washed at 16337;
Texas at 20(336. Pork is heavy; sales were
made of new mess at 119 50 Beel Is quiet;
galea were made of plain m?es at ll 10;
extra do at fll 00(312 00; beef hams at 121(322.
Cut meats Aiequlet: sales were made of pickled
shoulders st 7c; dry salted Shoulders 17c;
pickled bellies at lOlOc; rib belly at lie;
clear belly at 11V; pickled hams a lo.Mc.
Middles Are steady r sales were made of Western
long el?ar at loVJllc; short clear at IJXqltJgc.
Lard The market Is lower; sales were made of
prime sieam at 15Ja4l3 15 16c. Butter Is un
changed : sales were made of Western at 1532ic.
Cheese Is ucchanged; Mies were made of com
mon to prime Westernst incise. Whisky Is
lower; sales were made at 11 OS Clover seed Is
dull; sales were made of prime Western at
CHICAGO, Feb. 15. Flour The market is
quiet and prices are unchaogad: sales were
made of extra supernne at 11 wai.v. Wheat
Tht market is firm, and the demand larger; 1
sales were made of No 2 Chicago spring at
80Xc; rejected at 77,e. Corn-The market is
uuu ua aeciimng; smim wer made of No. :
mixed at 624espot; ftlio bid for seUer March
64,'je bid for seller April: 7Wrf bid for seller May
rejected at 61, Oati-The market U dull and
unsettled; sales were made of No. 2 at 62o bid
for spot; 62io for seller March: 53o lor üllrr
April; rejected at Sc Rye The market Is
firm ; sales were made 01 No. i at SScVS . Barley
a. uciu.uu ia iiguk oat is neia nrm; ssine
wsre raan 01 iNo. z spring at 6107 for spot
ioe ror seller March; II i6Si 07 for seller
April. Mess Pork Ii in fair demand bnt lower;
".,elw?re mde t,ls 10(t 72Cfor SDot:ll8 21
1SS2 lor seller March: 818 SliZf 18 6i for seller
April. Lard Is in fair demasd but lower: sales
were made at IM 4713 60 for pot ; tl3 for
seller March; 113 72 for seller April. Bulk
mBii-iae market is dull and unchanged
sales were made of shoulders at 6 300 ; snort
rib middles atSSWic: short clear middles t
loc; all wheat ciostd fi higher. Whlskv
ine aemana is iair and prices are firm ; sales
were made at 81 07. On the call board this
aiiernoon wheat closed vC higher: corn and
oats are unchanged. Pork sold 5c lower for seller
March and April. In lard there were no sales;
the market remains unchanged Receipts
. 7r . ,,uw oarreis; wneat, ze,ouu busneis; corn.
sio Dusheis; oau, 16,000 bushels; rye, 40O
bushels; barley, 3.O1O bushels. shipment
h lAne "P a Tk W t . a. . Ä .
ru-kw-a VI IWtA W 1 1 . I .
wiu, u,uw nuBueis; oats, n.uuo bushels; rye
-fvw uusucui oaney, a.uoo ousneis.
CINCINNATI. Kh l.-.ivttr,'i-Ha w
ket is dull and nominal; sales were made at 15c
nonr ihe market is dull and unchanged;
Kcio 111 iuB 01 tamuv at soiv.aio; su
pernne at f3 2&; extra family at 85u;35 60: A
-xja&; fancy at 16 26., Wheat
u maraei is quiet, weak and lower;
sales were made of red at f 1 08&l 10. Corn The
Market is dull and declined; sales were made
at 70c. Oats Are In light demand and holders
nrm; sales were made of white at 59c;
mixed at 63c. Rye-The market is steady:
sales were made at II 10. Barley The
market is ami and nominal; sales made of
r.priuB t riomi; tall at 1160(3158.
Linseea oil The market is unchanged; sales
made at S2(383c. Lard Oil Is unchanged: sales
were made at 8110,3112. Eggs Are steady;
sales were mads at 30c. Dutter The
market is steady; sales were made of
cuuicn western reserve at 28330c:
uuiu. cuoire, ai zB'v7e ; common
ii(jdic. cneese The market is steady;
ra ere uiaue at waittz. ciover seed
ine market la unchanged; sales made at
111 2311 75. Pork The market la null anH
nominal; sales made at 11900. Lard Is nominally
unchanged: sales made of prime steam at
iuy4(3i3;xr;,: kettle at 14;q14Kc Balk
weais ine market is stealy: saies made
of shoulders at 6;c on spot; 7c for bayer
April; clear at Ulc. Bacon-The market
U steady; saies were made of shoulders at 8c;
c iw no siues at .;; clear at IIäsUc.
Green Meats tales were made of hnniim t
ciear no sides at 8 JO. Whisky Is dull and
nominal; saies were made at 8110.
ar. lguis, reb. 15. Cotton The market is
lower; saies were maae or good to ordinary
at 13?-cj low middling at l4c; middling at
nc. riour me mxraet is quiet and un-
cnanged ; sales were made of superfine West
ern at It 35(34 50; dcuble extra ku oer fine W ent
ern at $4 ftxal 3. Wheat The market is null
DUt uncnangea; sales were made of No. 2 red
winter at II 05: No. 3 red winter at tl
lorn i be market is firm; saies were made of
Mon po. i mixed atezöic cash; 6Rio for seller
aiarcn ; t.sjic ror setter May. Oats The market
opened firm and closed lower ; sales were made
of No. 2 at 5Ak56Wc. Earley There Is iittJe
doing. Rye The market is firm; sales wore
made or xso. 3 at 11 oigtl 03. Whisky Offered at
Si 10 with no bid. Mess Perk The market 5 s
steady: sales were made at 118 7o cash: 1 18 65
for seller March. Drv salt The market, la
steady; sales were made of Jobbing lots, loose, at
öKcSSc, 10H9104C, according to age.
Bacon The market is firm; sales were made at
BH-ÄBc. 10(311c, HV4(3ll74c. Lard-The market
18 dun ; neiaaiiuüo, sales were made of small
lots at 113 Si. Hogs Tbe market Is active; sales
were made of Yorkers at 16 00&6 50: packers at
16 50(37 25. Cattle There is a good demand for
shipping grades; sales weremade of good native
steers at 0 iMa.j o; common native Meers at
14 25; fair Texas steers at 153 5o. Receipts
riour, s,uu oarreis; wneat, io.iwo ousuei; corn.
25,000 bushels; oats, 22,000 bushels; rye, 2,000
bushels; barley, 1.000 bushels; hogs. 3.825 head:
catue, MJ neau.
BALTIMORE. Feb. 15.-Flonr-The market is
quiet and prices are unchanged ; sales were made
of extra superfine Western at II 00(3125; extra
one western at li 62(34 75; extra superfine
Western family at 15 25ra6 25. Wheat Tbe mar
ket is dull; sales were made of No 1 red West
ern at 11 20: No 2 red Western at II 16; No 3
red Western at II 13. Corn The market is quiet:
sales were made of mixed Western at 77c. OaU
The market is quiet ard prices are firm; saies
were made 01 white western at ra"c; mixed
Western at 65c Rye The marset la dull : sales
were made at 9ric;81 02. Hay Tbe market Is
dull and prices are unchanged; sales were made
or Pennsylvania midland extra at 118 0-'. Provi
sionsAre steady with an active order trade.
Pork The market is quiet and prices are steady :
sales were made at 819 7520 00. Bulk meats
Sales were made of bulk shoulders at 7(3
7?;e; clear rib at 109lCJ4c Bacon The market
is active and pr'ces are steady : sales were mede
of shoulders at 8)o; clear rib sides at HMll.'fs.
Hams sales were made or sugar-cured at 14(4
15c. Lard The market is quiet and prices are
steady ; sales were made ot steam and refined at
I3(.ii4c petroleum is unsettled ana nommsi :
sales were made at 6(3tiJo for crude and re-
nned. Butter ine market is nrm; saies were
made of good to choice Western tub and roll
at 21 (330c. Coffee The market is dull: sales were
mode. of good to prime Rio cargoes at 18&
19c. Whisky The market is weaker; sales
were made at 11 ucrgl l.
MILWAUKEE. Feb. 15. riour The market is
unchanged. Wheat The market Is stead v ; sales
were made of No 1 Milwaukee Club at 91c; No 2
Milwaukee Club at 8b Vic; seller March atec:
sailer A mil at Wie Oats The market is quiet
and prices are firm; sal 3s were made of No 2
fresh at 61Kc. Corn The market is easy ; sales
were made of new In store at M&MMc Rye
Is higher; sales were made of No 1 cahat 81 10;
seller February at tl 00. Barley The market is
firm and prices are higher: sales were made
of No 2 seller March at 8111: No 3 spring In
store at II 00. Provisions Are inactive. Mess
pork Is held at 118 12 cash; seller March at
118 25; prime mess at 116 50; extra prime mess at
113 00. Hams Sales were made of sweet
pickled at lOllc. Dry salted meats The
market is firm ; sales were made of shoulders at
C-'-c for loose; middles at 9104 all loose; boxed
meats Jc higher. Prime Lard Is held firmly ;
sales were made of steam at 113 62Vj; kettle at
11400. Live Hogs The market is dull and prices
are 10 wer ; sales were made at 16 25(36 so. Dressed
Hogs Are easier; sales were made at 17 75(3
8 (10. Receipts Flour, barrels; wheat.
bushels; oats, 6,000 bushels Shipments Flour,
2,000 barrels: wheat, 2,000 bushels; oats. 22,000
bnshels: corn. bushels.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 15. Flour The mar
ket Is dull : sales were made ot superfine at
83 753 87; Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota
extra family at 15 00(35 75; Indiana and Ohio
family extra at 15 60(36 00; high grades at
M 2537 25. Wheat- la inactive : sales were made
of red at tl 16(31 18; amber at II 23; white at
Ii 2ö(3l 30. Rye Sales were made at 9öe. t orn
Th market is dull; sales were made of yellow
at 73(37t'c: Western mixed at ?c. Oats The
market is dull: saies were made of white at 66c:
mixed at Cl(t5c. Mess pork Tbe market is
quiet; sales were made at rzO OtW-Wtu. Lrd
1 he market is quiet ; eales were made at läjgf
liVc. for steam aud kettle. Petroleum-is
nominal ; refined Is quoted at 13Vc; crude in bar
rels at.loc. In bulk at 7Vc. Whisky Western is
held at 11 10. t lover seed Is wanted ; sales were
made of state at (J 50(310 50: Western at 111 (Ki(
11 50. Butter The market Is steady; sales were
made of New York and Brsoford county extra
at S5ä37c; Western extra at 2q;10c: Western nrt
choice at ".'l H-Tc; Wettern rolls at 2o3c. Cbee&e
The market Is firm: sales were made or New
Jersey fancy at l(J5417c. Ijtgs The msrket Is
firm ; sales were made at 5S3Kc.
LOUISVILLE, Feb. 15. Cotton- The market Is
firm: sales were made at He. Flour The
market Is unchanged ; sales were made of su
perfineal 84 75: extra at 84 00; extra ram 117 at
83 25; A No. 1 at $5 25; fancy at 5 75. Wheat-The
market is unchanged; sales were made of red
at II 00: amber at II 10: white at 81 10.
Corn The market Is unchanged; sales made
at 68(37i'c Oats The market is firm;
sales were made at 62364c. Rye Tbe market is
unchanged; sales were made at 8110. Hay The
market Is unchanged; sales were made
at ?-i tO. Pork Tbe market is uncharged: sales
were made at 120 00. Bacon Is firm; sales
were maae at snouioers ai 6-40; ciear no
sides at rfl1: clearat llUc Bulk Meats
The market is strong; sales of shoulders at 7c;
clear rib sides at loJ&UOvfic; clear at lOKc. Hams
The market Is unchanged; saies were
msae of sugar-cured at Italic Lard
Sales were made of prime tteam
at 14.314: tierce at 14?:3rc; keg at 15-c
Whlskv-The market Is unchauged; sales at
Illo. Ranging The market is Arm; sales were
made of 2 lb Kentucky hemp at 12c; flax Jute
at 12; C
rxKLEDO. Feb. 15. Flour The market la un
changed. Wheat The market is uuehanged;
sales were msae cr xto. 1 white Micnigau at
II 10; No. 2 while Wabash at 81 15; amber Mich
igan at tl C7i: No. 1 rtd at II llj: No.2iedat
HOT. Coro The market is higher and in mod
erate demand; sales were made or high mixed
at67c;for seller April 7cc: for Beller May 72c;
low mixed at bH'o. Oats The market Is higner ;
sales were made of No2 at 67c. Ciover seed
Sales were made at 16 40. Dreised hop Sales
were made at 88 2o(3S 40 for all weights. Keceipts
Fiqor, 1(W barrels; wneat, 4,000 bushels; corn,
LV?.b,h: ,u bushel. BhipmenU
48,000 bnahcla; oats, none.
CLEVELAND, Feb. 15.-Wheat-The marke
Is steady and prices are unchanged; No, 1 red
J?1 UeW "J1 11 : No. 2 rei winter is heli 7
t ii"in m.Tv wcr" msae or nign mixed.
Tl t rW4 JVkS Sk aa
hanrast. " . Pi! " "
. were mans or NO 1 stat
at 69(3 5c; Ko. 3 state at 67Ä58e' mu
qulel; sales were mads of standard white In
car lots at lie; Ohio state test atlSc-in saa
Effh l2ehUher. Receipts! wtiVTS
bushels; corn, S.bLO bushels; oils. If (bushels.
PITTS BÜRO, Feb. 15.-Wheat-The market Is
?.? pUSd rtceaar unchanged; sales were made
wfnn8yivn,a nd Ohio nd at 81 1131 is
whltle at 81 18,31 2o. Corn-Sales were maSs oV
?yJ.ar m,x, at aerprlin yellow at
73-3. 4c; shelled at 6)72e. Peütileam-Ths
SZl'L ä 5.aJ.yV of er ade at
11'' -anaing;reBned atll3
LIVE STOCK MARKETS
NEW YORK LIVE STOCK MARKET.
NeT "kpRK. Feb. 15Brxr Cattlk The re
celpu to-day were .W head, making 7.140 head
this week.agtlnst8,LV)head for tbe ameüm.
last week; tne market wss a shade firmer and
more acu ye at former quotations, or SU 2&-l for
natives. Pi 25 10 75 for Texans; a lew Yaner
steers brought 818 6oai4. t;f
p KP and JiiBs-Thereoetpu to-day were
8,490 head, making a toui for the week of 13.11W.
against 18100 for the a-me time last week: the
quality Is mainly good and tbe markst is fair
lor fat sbeep and dull for I bin stook rricesi
ranging at from 15 50 to 7 50, with sales of 3 oar
loads at 7 758.
ioMI" "efjPt- yesterday and to-day were
ia,26it head, making a total for tre weeic of
69 J head, against 29.690 head for the same time
last week; nothing sold alive. Dressed hogs
1 he market was steady ; sales were made at 88 76
for city, and W 2SS 5o for Western.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
, R?1?00' FeD- JS.-CATTLX-The reeeipts were
1 500; the market was dull and prises were en
tirely nominal and unchanged: sales wer
made of shipping at 81 aOl 75; shipments, 1.7 jj
Hogs The receipts to-dav were 18,000 head
tbe market is active and firm at fully sustained
prices; sales were made of common to choice
light at 86 M 4 SO: common to choice packln
grades at 17 7o37 25; a few extra were sold at
1 337 60; shipments. 6,000 head. Dressed hogs
The receipts were 1,2 head; the market was
SÜy?-nd PrIce" rrm ; sales were made of light
at 47 ,a; heavy at 133 12; ail sold.
8HIXP The receipts to-day were 150 bead:
the market waa active and nriem v Am-
sales were made of common to extra at 14 br
2o; Colorado sold at 83 5o& j 10.
CINCINNATI LIVE STOCK MARKET,
fßy Telegraph to the Sentinel. J
Cincinnati. Feb. 15. cattlb ni rir.f.
for tbe week were 2.(189 head : tue markst 1 slow
and steady, eutcloced 4 higher, wilh a scar
city of the better grades; tales were made at
b,6 25, 3A 75, 14 75, 12 75 and 13 75.
BHK&r and Laxbs The receipts for the week
were 1,244 head: the market is stronger and
pi Ices are higher, with h rt innniv! aliens!.
sales were made at 84 60&8 60. '
1100s rue receipts for the week were 18.348
head; the market waa slow and heavy, there
beiDg too many inferior on sale: the extreme
range wss 8037 5ft, packers paying 87 10,37 0;
many inferior unsold.
NEW YORK DRY GOODS MARKET.
New York. Feb. 15. Drv Goods Th miA
weather Is checking business, and package salw
were light and nnimnortant lad. Krnn
standard and fine brown sheetings were in good
demand. Cotton goods were firm and the sun-
ply of lcadlcg makes tontlnues closely sold up.
Prints are lei.8 active, rhirtlnirs are in fair re
quest. Cocbeco cambrics opened at lie. Worsted
coatings and Kentucky Jeans are in steady re
quest and firm, but cassi meres are quiet.
NEW YORK METAL MARKET.
New York, Feb. 15. Metals Manufacturing
oopi er is steady ; sales were made of new Sheet
ing at 2c. Ingot lake is quiet; sales were
made at 21t22c. Pig iron Is quiet and
steady ; sales were made of Scotch at 87ö?7S;
American, quiet and nrm: sales were made at
2lf32Sc Russia Sheet; sales were made at 1.5 'yj
gold. Nails Are quiet; sales were mads at K
s M) ror cut : So 2oi6 25 for clinch. Horse shoes
quiet aud unchanged.
NEW YORK OOrrON MARKET.
New York, Feb. 15. Cotton Is dull; sale
were made of middling upland at 10,315;.
Futures closed quiet with sales of 2t.$M bales as
follows: Seller Ftbruary, 617-:2c: seller March.
15 9-150 : seller April. 16 15-16o: seller May. Id -Sic :
sailer June. 16 9-143: seller July. 18 13-ioc; teüer
August, 16 ol-S2o; seller September, leSc
London, Feb. 15. The rate of diseonnt in the
open market for three months' bills Is S per
cent, or same as the Bankof England rste.
Consols for money 92.'a93; on account, 93393 :
5-20's, 1865, 107;i; 1867, lo7J; 10-40, 10fl: new 6's,
na: new iorx Lentrai. v.: ivrie. io(HTy:
Erie, preferred, 43:4. Petroleum Refined, 104
Frankfurt, Feb. 15. Five-twenties of Ps.
Paris, Feb. 15 Rentes, 64f 40c -
Antwerp. Feb. 15. Fine American petro
LiTXRPooL. Feb. 15. Cotton is easier but de-.
dining; middling uplands, 7H375id ; Orleans,
7; sales of 12.0UC bales, of which o0u bales were
for speculation and export and e.7if bale
American- ires da tuffs aie quiet. Corn, 34slxi
3 Us6d. Long cut hams dull at 52s. Bhooiders
33o 6d. Bacon long cut middles, 6s 8d.
CINCINNATI IRON MARKET.
Cincinnati, February If, iSTS.
The market baa been active and strong
throughout the week, ending with a simd-cC '
between buyers and sellers. Ths latter have ad
vanced their views II on foundry grades, but we
do not hear of sales at this. Red short mill Irons
continue in good demand and are scarce. Car
wheal irons still negUcttd. Quotations for
week ending this date are:
HOT BLAST CHARCOAL.
Hanging Rock, No. 1, per ton J
Hanging Kock, No. 2, per .....
Hanging Rock, Forge, per ton
lennessee, rso. 1, per ton
Tennessee, Forge, per ton.
Alabama, No. l, per ton.
Missouri, xso. 1. per ton.
Missouri, No. 2, per ton.
HOT BLAST STONE COAL.
Missouri, No. 1, per ton . , . .
Missouri, Forge, per ton
Ohio, No. 1, per ton
Ohio, Forge, per ton
Scotch Pig, No. 1, per ton
COLD BLAST CHARCOAL.
Hanging Rock, Car Wheel. pr ton
Missouri, Car WheelaPer ton...
Kentucky, Car Wheel, per trirl
TenneKsee, Car Wheel, per '-"n
Georgia, jar neei, per ton.
Alabama, Car Wheel, per ton
Machinery and Forge, per t"
Blooms, per ton
L. R. HULL A CO.
Moffat's Life PiUs!
IelolTat's Phfjenis Bitters !!
Page's Climax Salvo IV.
form a roinplete Faralijr .Hedirtse ( hct. and fcp
rsred more llHeaaes, sad Save Sua store mod fur
) ainaallT,thaa SB) other lueJiclaetrerotit-rru t
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS
are pnrelr tegetsble. They art os tbs ljer.
0esisg t Ii darts, asd restoring tke bo.ly to per
fect health, ssd msj be relied es to cure Mrrton
sail Kirk H radar he. CotitireBeHR, Dypetia. ladi
gextios, Jaandire, Liver sad Billess tvirplaiau.
tuliU, Searvy. General IVeaksess, lerer A .Uat.
i MOFFAT'S TlIffiMX illlTEKS
rnrrert the aeeretioas of the Stomach, snd sre a
rare rare for Dynpepsls, hervoaaaeM, Meeplek.
ness, I final,. Cosiulslsts lVrskseas Debllitr.Ar.
l'.U.ES CUMAX SALVE
Is s roBipouud oT A rales with ma ay other ex t nx-t. -and
IikIksiuh. Ve asrrsst it to care Scmrula ami
Salt Khenin. Fever Snrea. Piles, Fiwt Bite, t hil
MuIbh, Corns. Infliinimstloa Of the Ijes. BntLm
Breats. Sore Mpple. f atn, BrsiNes,liH-rBi,,s-aIK
end (11 CataneouK l)tMaea, maa or lent. it
Msys Infljiinniatlon, tohdaea all paia, sal beaW
aitlicnt n srr. It I worth Its wefeht is void j
every f juiltr. and Kliouid clssys be oa Sakd.
"SolJ by Dma:g:ist3 eTt ryTv liore.
J. T. IHJ.S, Sola Proprietor,
8.", Llhertj street, ew TorlL.
MONEYTO LOAN "UPON".
a. n m: s
in Central In liana, which have a cash value of
110,000. Time five year. N life insurance re
quired. Smallest loan l2,r.no.
P.MilU & 11 ANN AM AN.