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the Indiana! state: sentinei;: wedesdat December s: i875.
Trado Palace, Oct 7. ;
To the Country Readare : -
V7e respectfully ask your Imme
Älate attention to the best selected
mock of Dry Ooods, Notions and
Millinery ever brought to this city.
Byalvlngour individual attention
to buying in New York, we hav
eecured a line or Silke, Black
Goods. Dress Goods. Dometins,
Woolens, Flannels, Shawls, Taule.
Linens, Blanfcets, Comforts, No
tions and Millinery at such rates
and cm -such terms as enables us
to offer the lowest prices known
since 1862, Our priecs are alike to
all, and Grangers as well as oth
ers Will find at no other house
more attractiv . goods or lower
TL,. S. AYUES &c CO.,
FINANCE AND BUSINESS.
TVKEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW.
Under the d splayed head line, "How
trade is taxed' the New York Bulletin
f resents thg following comparative show
ing of the ordinary expenditures of the
"United Slates government in 1874 and I&60.
-exclusive of the interest on debt:
Hlvil expo sei-
Total I7H.618. 983 ffiJ,i10,15S
Interest on debt il07,ll.8:5 M,in,3l4
Ponnlatlrm 44.000 000 Sl.443.Xn
I ncrease of "Ordinary" Expenditures 200 per ct
J acreage oi population..... u per ci
If the Bulletin had aald'IIow Production
is Taxed," it would have hit rearer the
mark. It in the son r cm of wealth and those
who produce It which are oppressed by
these enormous expenditures and the ever
recurring burdea ot Interest on the public
debt and on the capital of a comparatively
few millionaires. The New York Express
of Monday afternoon Bays: The events of
tbe week in licancial circles were more Im
portant than usual of late. The Union Pa
cific decision, tbe various reports about the
Michigan Central, the revival of the old ru
mor ol the illneea of Commodore Vander
bilt, and tho alternate warliko and peace
ful adricea from Washington in regard to
tbe Spanish question have all combined to
produce wide fluctuations In Wall street,
both up and down.
COVJKSB OF TRADE.
It is to be feared that writers for the com
mercial press take too lavorable and hope
ful views of the immediate future. The
prK3 teems with predictions of a "revival
of trade" which have no good foundation in
any adequate cause present or prospective.
It is true that the first of December is natu
rally a dull time, in prospect of the holi
days, of New Year' settlements and new
beginnings In trade after cloeiig up the old
year' business. The sudden descent of
deal winter upon a large portion of the
country closing navigation earlier than
visual, baa done much to check activity the
first week of tbla month. A close review of
the New York markets by tbe Bulletin
says: With reference to tbe markets for gen
eral merchandise, breadstuff have been dull
and depress J in the absence of export de
mand for wheat, while the Game has been
generally true of corn and flour. Ocean
ireigbts have been extremely high, and con
tributed to tbe stagnation. Provisions have
been in very fair export demand for through
shipment from the West, but here business
liai been more ot a speculative character,
while values bave fallen off somewhat.
Cotton b8 been very dull, with a notable ab
sence of speculative interest, but prices very
wellsnstalDoi. Wood opened a little firmer,
but closed dull at about former rates. Metals
w ere without much activity. Copper wa
firm and a little more active. Tin was held
for full figures, but iron was very weak and
unsettled. The dairy product wi much
neglected, with stocks accumulating and
f trices weak throughout. Country produce
n store vai held a little more firmly, owing
te the closing or tire canals?, but a full supply
still unsold afloat and on wharf prevented
an advance in coss. Petroleum was about
steady, but not very active.
owing to high freight charges. Naval
storei dull, with a shade better
tone on spirits turpentine. Hardware
quiet and unchanged, except a further im
portant reduction in the cost of wood
screws. Hope neglected and prices coua
mencicg to weaken. Oils firmly held and
sparingly offered, with buyers refusing to
submit to the raus asked. Tobacco without
change. Groceries wero In good demand,
and qUo firm for all descriptions. Cry
good have exhibited much the same gen
eral features daring tbe week as at the cor
responding period of previous years. -The
season is past for large Kales of any descrip
tion o! ivinter fibrics far distribution, and
the selections by dealers for this purpose
have - OBSf)uently been restricted to
email quantities of the most nalabl produc
tions. dry aeons. ' ; '
Just et this writing the trade rretcnts a
ery Jcllespect. The täte of the w eather
in this latitude, warm and drizzling, is de-
.pressing U tbe cplrit of trade, and weaken
ing to the demand. Tbe week past offers
little subject for comment. But little more
can be expected of thle season, abating a
i possible alight rally at Christmas. Bat tbe
season in past which is included under the
: term lall tiaJc, aad it rxay be said that it
has fallen short of expectations someu lat.
Heavy dealers in oofles are now in Wash
ingt3n for the purpese of discovering, if pos
sible, the temper of congross in regard to'
the Unties oncofiea, it being reported that
some changes are expected to be made.
They are a&xiocs to know what plans to
make ior the trade of the future.
Raw sugars have been excited tor some
-weeks and have advanced accordingly.
Oaring November the receipts did not ap
proach the sale, which were 45,000 boga
head, 4,000 boxes and 125.000 bags. There
was a decrease in trade ot 61,000 hogsheads,
41,300 boxes and 10SW0 tag, while the sup
ply on the 2d irat. was smaller than that of
Jetober let by 77,000 bog she ads, 13,700 boxes
and 000 hogsheads melado. The trade for
the week pat has been only fair in this
Louisville, which If si year was a large
buyer of boss, in bo h Indiana and Illinois,
is evidently dcins Bcarcely anything to
peak of iu packing tbis year. Iler daily re
ceipts were from 2,500 to 3,000 head, the ag
gregate to date being only 8C.500 agalret
1'J3,C'J9 last yar. Tbis city sbows 110,
00 this year against 140,000 last
year at thU da'e, excelling Loula
villo this j car wbich she fell behind
last year. Tue following interesting table
baa been complied by tue tCsro:ary of the
Chicago Pork Packer's Association, ho wing
the number of hog packed from Novem
ber 1 to December 3: -
Ht. Ldu1s.. ,
: 8, -4,-iUO
I ncltanapolla .
Odar Rapid s ...
COBN 1D WHEAT.
There is very little to be aal d ot the grain
trade. It is dull. Indiana is sot fortunate
this year. The corn which attained an im
mense growth did not ripen well, and tarns
out light and chaffy. Uaing unusually full
of sap, a cold and damp September seomed
to atop tbe curing process. All good wheat
used by tbe millers is obtained from tbe far
Western state. Kansa is in luck, despite
few grasshoppers. She is selling good
wheat to all tho states east of her.
RETIEW OF THE HOME MARKET.
TcEHDaT Evamna, December 7.
There was nothing of Importance latheeen
dlUen of trade. Market all d oil.
Wheat hard to quote and slow aale.
Corn not aetlve; worth from 43 to cents.
Oats not mentioned.
Provisions not salable at any figures. Bayers
entirely ont of tke market.
ProdHoe heavy and slow.
Butter very d ul! at 2Cc
yK scarcely aready at 23c.
Poultry and came low and weak and un
changed. Prices generally unchanged.
SALBa OS 'CHANGS TO-DAY: ,
1 car bran .
.Mlllllllm.... ... .
I ear wheat.-.-.
cars mixed corn, f. o. b. .
4 cars mixed corn, f. o. b
6 cars hlsh mixed corn .
1 car high mixed corn....
1 car bra n ... .
MOVEMENT OP I10U3 AND P1WDUCT3.
Indianapolis, Dee. 3, 1875.
Mewi. J. 11. McMahan & Co., provision
broken of this city, furnish the Sentinel the
following, wblch shows tue movement of
bona ana provision! at Chicago for the week, and
ilnee .November 1, 1875 and 1N'4:
Receipts of Hogs. fihioraents of Hogs.
187Ö. 1H71. 1175. 1874.
13H. lS-'.Tti lf,a74 81,0-x
Shipments ol roaa !. same time:
For lite Week. Since Nov. I.
Pork, bbls 80,;
Cut meaU, 15.M 1,100 lbs ..5J,0I1,67
Lrd. 9,tH nl'J lbs -..13,4l,V$ö
CornpaiaUveststerucnt of rrices:
Nov. 12, '7i
Hogs-.....,. J B Ti ß 7 10
Pork . II 15 alt ÄJ
Lard Ii 17,'il2 1U
Ureen e.r. sides... W.j JO'g
Ureen Hhouldtrs, a frH
Ureen hams ,
Hame lime, 71
I 73 O 7 60
13 12XC4U 1".
Tbe fallow I ns; table exhibits tbe stocks of inet
pork and lark on hand in Chicago on the dates
Pork, bi Is 5,811
Lard, trt.v .7,'.U4
Nov.xT, Nov. 20, Nov. 13,
is."j. 17j. 175.
iA V23 73
5.17i 4,2'M 4,b77
DAILY K.MXÜOAl IXtMMJLKCS.
Uoai and txae, to
Cora meal. Darrels.
Hair bristles, earn...
Horses and mules, bead.
Uard, ueroes, ,
rohaooo. no da
Mibcellaneooa, cani. ........
oi moBi - w heat.
Dee 6 S1.7(f7
I (jr.otauou are givtn tor tnv coyuig pnoea on
grain and rrodacs, and tho tolling prices for
äotLr and other mercband)se.
a ja: Delphi and tiastlnctun, S4e; Peru, 80o:
St, Paul, a ; New Paris llmo, 30o per bcabei:
HAlr, 4oo r-erbasbel. Piaster: Michigan, 14 25:
Sewark, 13 W. Firebrick, S3 to 17 per hundred.
Whites and, $4 per barrel, dement. Vi 2& par bar
ral tor Louisville: 17 J S l for Portland.
üROOMS Common. 503 00: medium, S3 25 3
1 50; extra, t4 0C (84 to.
DBY UOODi Trade Is slow and dull with
iUTTixto-ordiiiarr, 13&12e; middling, 15c;
befft Uaaae, 16c.
tiBOWx Dsiixzjta NaahvUls, 10o; Peppersl.
llo; Stark, 10C
Tickixo Om&za S3 Inch, ISc sAmoakaag A.tXA.
23 Vc; A, l3;üonetoca, 4-4 Xedal, 17o ;H Medal
15o : extraJi, lie; extra 4-4, Jo; Lewunown SC
Inch, S4e ; ditto X3 Inch, 30e : ditto K0 lnoh, ISc :
BHina erxipas Amtrlcan, 6-1, Ue: 4, 10c ;
Whltte&den Uo,14c and Uo; Union, 12, IS, and
fAPia CUJtBaicB Common eolora, e; hhjh
tolors, 1 oe&l higher,
Phutts AJUexlorvn, 7c. ; Wuhlngtcn, Merri
aiae, Klchxaond Oriental and (JoneBtogA, 7a ;
MDraeua's aney. 7e; JTreaman. o: utandard
SiUrtlng pdcts, 7o; Albion solid eolora, 7 ftc;
Peaiiody ixltlng 7c ; WamsutU, to; Xoxming
uabpät chaui White. 35o; oolarad, tio; eov
rlt warp, Xc.
raowa ricxxTEsr es Vermont, 8c: ffaxh.
rUls. Ss: Middle villa, 9c; Idahe, )o: X ew
aJ.MLny. 84c; mark. A- i9o; Laurel ii- 9c:
Laurel HM be: Park A 7c: Uranlte Li-, ; Bed-
roiaxv., to; repp n iq; repp.u. ?frc; rapp tl,
Xs: Pep? EL. WAO.
iXJiOHKB eurrarfiS-bonalAla, 11c; Hope,
c; lUackstone, 10c Mascmoaat, 13c; lfm
1&i -4,lue; Dwight btar, loo ; Vaughn XX
ie:Med Doz.te; Coaker 7H: Cumbrlos, Lona
laie, lao; Yoaag Warrior, i2Je: Jabes atuiaht,
Ute; WiMQ, 14c: New York MUia,l4a.
öaAxa bAes Amorxeng ah 80c; Lewlstoa A,
Ue:titark, Uo; Union, 2üc; Banner, Süc; AIoii-
Steay at former quotatloaa.
AasaJrotida. is quoted ct Mmquuq; aZoo
acl as W 2513 36; alum, per pound,
Ji6o; earn paor, per pound, S0xöe; eethl
iaai, per poood, üOOWOe; Ohio rar oa, per
sound, SI 1&S1 2j; copperaa, barrels, rer
ound, 2$do: cream tartar, pure, iäQVa: In
iljo, pea- pound, SI 2091 So; lioorloa. Udab, er
pound, ir? n nine, 4046o: magnesia, earb- 'i -oj
per pouiitd, S04J 40e ; laorphlne, p. A W. per ouu :
U &to4 7; madder, per poutd. Uftlc; oll, eas
ier. No. 1, per gal. SI JÜ91 0; oil, berganaonV-pct
U-td.0047 : opluniper poosd. Sti7a7eu: d
alae. par ennee, ti 26a 40; baUam copaiba
Uo; soap, castus. h- lao&o; sooa, blown
ces, per pound, CVs; salts, eotom.
per poTtrui. 46e; anaff, Garrett 's, paejc, per
rrosa, 117; aact-f, Uarrett a, per ease of 4 dosen,
Ldiaclpbrxr, &-ur, per pound, (katto: aaltoetrs.
per round. 164U30 : turoentlne, 4itoc.
rUfci. CoAL-Moderattly acdve and un
changed. Aninraclta, per ton, 19 73; Craall block, per
btubel. 16o: Whiw Klvar, 143; S&cd creak,
iCa; Highland rrak, 13e; Highland steam,
Uo: Plttabnrg, 2J: Kr:i not, domestic, 12c;
do, Kteam,93; BraaU Ktok, s; Virginia cancel,
27o : lrd;anarannsl,22.
cor i'5c : crushed. j5.
Wood Flenly at 14 5 'tä M.
K1WI1 timet and steady.
Labrador bernng, bo;s, V : fralf bbls, U 50,No. I
lake berrlD, half bbls,$4 60; quarters, ti 50; kits,
-c;4?l to : tio. 1- pickerel, half bbls, 6; quarters,
12 oj: kits, n JO; Xo. 1 white per hair
barrel at 19 0030 W; quarter bwrei. 3 25; kits,
II IS; family white, half bbls, ti -':
quarter. U 5'J; kits, siw; CaJlfomls salmon, pr
t&lf barrel, new S1J Ws kits, ea 7i;
Maokre', new mesa per brl, S30rt31; htJf brl,
La tCSi a; inscitr brrrel, 16 60; kits, 13 60;
- . 50
hhhm ...mm .... oUO
iiimiii .in, i , OtlO
Cai ..m MM .Ill
- , 8
ir. 1, barrel. $18; half barTei.1 BOajO 03j OuartM
barrel, Sft OoVst 0 - kits, IX . ö; So. X,
half faexral, 7 0 quarter barrel. S4 00 1 kits,
11 10; Cod fUh, as acc. Holland harrlnc.per keg,
11 60; scaled berrinf 60c HaiibuU smoked. Uo,
Preparod cod Sah. 1 0093 ; Bound Shore her
ring. S7 bit: ball barrel, 4 00.
OHOCKIUKm, tSTAPLK The business in gro
ceries was nothing to boast of, in fact rather de
pressed, lutes steady. . . .
oorracs Are etui firua.
Moaating grades of Rio are quoted to SSajzq;
good to lair at 239240; prime at Sisioo;
eholoe to fancy, at 1Vko aAd Java at S4ce.
L'axdldi Motai. uipzie; etar eaadiw
I noted at 17Xl3ei common pressed,
txxa-Oontlnuesnrmatl4fJ5o for prime
10 miou raefcorr.
Mola 88 ica ard HTaors New Orleans mol
is worth 8337CO for prime to choice, and syrups
at tccasi for common to fancy.
Rica Dealers Quote at THmlMo tor Ran soon .
and 7SHe for Carolina ; 703)io for fair to best
ÜGAES Steadr and stronr.
We quote: Kaflned Is qnotad at 10WeiOfe
tor A, Off A 10olvo, I0wa tor extra O.
and 113ll,e for hard; circle U and U, XOlOo;
Hoda In Doxes. IV7 : 8H8 kasr.
Boaps Oermaa is quoted at eHÖ705 Babbitt's
Uta hc h Dealers qaote at BASo per pound
Bricxa Pepper la quoted at 13112 3; allsploe,
jUöbXho: cloves, 7U-5o; easeia, tamwo.
Tkas iiaj-ket sUll lnacUve and dull
Otmpowdar is quoted at 60oi 4i , imparlal,
SSeel 20; Hyson aoSl SO; Ooloug, S&catSi' onr
ush breakfast, 40B7bo.
HALT ttteadr and nnchaneed.
Baalnaw. dray load lout, at SI 80(91 93: Ohio
River, lnatore, at SI Mgl 70: Balnaw, ear lots,
at SI 7U1 7:Ohlo River, ear lots at SI 61 en.
ÜSOCKRLDJ AUD JTRUlTtf, FANCY In fair
Tomatoes. 2 lbs. SI 90A1 40; 8 Iba. SI 75A1 85: Tar
mouth corn, rüO3 30: Mountain sugar. S2 20Q
I 25. Peaches. 2 lbs.. SI 76:4 1 85; S lbs. rj UAi 7d
Btrawberrles. 2 lbs. SI S0ft2 00. Kasp-
Ders X IDS. TA Ui
12 25.Jp 53. Pineapple,
tash, Yarmoutb, Si 25
A3 25. (string beans,
lett Man, U 85'i 60.
S lbs, S3 25. Bnoco
Oreen Peas. SI 75
SI 2541 86: Kart-
XJma beana. tl 3d;
Pumpkin. & lbs. SI 75. Corned beef, 2 lbs,S4 50t.
4 to ; i lbs. C12 50ai3 00. Dried beef, Jacob's. 15e ;
low grades, 14 He Cove oysters, full weight, l
pouud,lia; a pounds, S2 loi5; lisht weight, 1
pound, VJ(5'Joo ; 2 pounds, SI 85. Ixbsters. 1
pound, 52 1532 36; 2 pounds, S3 2i 43 Sä.
roRxiGK k muits Prunes and citrons are
Uranus, per brl., fs?)3 50. Lemons, prime 1700
07 50; dates C4I.'j0o per lb; old raidos, layers,
u 00; new raisins, rs vug J so; London layers
14 00; Mus ate crown, S3 7ä; double crown 14 00.
Sultana, 15.x:o: Valencia, HSi2c; figs, new
drum firm, I43löe; large larer fltp.14ial(o per lb.;
Prencn prunes in boxes, llHJXc; kes, 13a
12Hc; citron. JsXic; ouxxaata, 7Hö9o; Turkish
prunes, new, 9a0o.
uro oft shelled almord a quoted at 21j23o;
Ulberts, 14 15c; walnuts, rr&nch. Ho; üaples,
15419c; Brasil nuw. 3'lo: psannta, red, raw.
Nsi'a; white Virginias UVBUo; roasted So
UHA1N. FIX3ÜH AND KESD-Hexw. SHIP
sttjffs, Ero Not much activity.
Uran ts dull SH'yiS au: fine feed nominal
at HI U0, and midJUnaa at 972,1126. according to
quality. Corn meal, bolted, SI 40; feed meal
11 30 per hundred. Ilomlny foed moal, Si 15.
Chmoefanoiea are quoted at 87 004)7 50; city
fatally st tö 23d"5; family country, S6 73;
supernne. I 0034 50: extra at S4 cOgö 00; fine at
SS 25 aä 75: buckwheat at la 00.
Cors Not much doing.
New 433l3c; No. 2 4:JH3Uc; new ear, 38312c,
Oats Are in fair demand.
Sound mixed M&i-ic. Iowa white, 33334c:
damaged 30 :Wc, owing to condition.
Btb Steady. Quoted at 55Atic.
BASLar Nominal. Worth tiOcQil 00.
Whxat Vry dull.
We quote: Red wheaT,75c$l 00 for new, free
on board; amber SI 06(81 20 for new; white
nominal, held at 11 003125 for new. Damaged
HOUS Dull prices and but little activity. We
quote at SÖ ;5 afl 90, though extra choice lota
might bring 5c or 10 moie.
HAT In fair demand.
Loose is quote at Ua23 for shotee timothy
from wagons. Prairie baled, best.14 60. Baled
timothy U quoted at S18 00 for the best. Straw,
S3 00 per load or aoo per hundred.
noru-Aw crop are quoted at 09400 per
HIDES, ETC Are slightly lower.
Best ol I j gTMn nldes, own, 00; steers weigh
ing 65 lbs oc over, 7c; best city veal skins, Uo;
best city kip akin, Sc; green salted, cured.at.
7A.7K; dry salted hides. 6c; dry flint 10 ;al5.
urnuoy, ou.11 ana sum: maee two-Ukiras prloe
Sheep skins are quoted at 60 to SI 00 according to
quality. Tai low, BJc Urease Uro wn at
6c: yellow. 7flSc; white. 9(3loe.
IKON AND aXKiLr-Steady at former quota
tions. The quotations are given at list prices, as fol
lows: Bar iron is quoted at S3 4t(42 50. Sheet
roiled, 10 to 14, 4o ; la to 30, 0; 27, 4Xo ;
Charcoal, lHo advance on above rates. Other
lxei and ntmbori are graded at proportionate
rates. Steel is quoted as follows; Sanderson's
beat Knollata tool, 26o; Amerloaa tool, 18o; spring
teel, 1 Inch, Uo; IX lncb and over. lte.
mill plok shapes, Sec. Horse shoes, Uuxden's,
to 75 per ke; mule, SI higher.
LE.TUEK Htea'ly and uuchaneed.
Uax slaughtered sole Is quoted at S9A41c;
Buffalo. ft)3oc; nam ess I!'&a; upper 23 J 26c
per loot: JTrench calf. S175 W 25: French kip,
SI 25,al hi; ooliar. per foot, aoo : bridle. per doren .
(3(0as0u; domestic calf, SI 3031 60; kip, domes
tic. 0 call 10.
LÜMBKrt-Bome common grades advanced.
lraoe a tuue ami.
Poplab Clear. 83C 0C; Common, S14 00; Culls
ABH lot and 3d. ST3 50.
Black WAutUT The cnotatlohs are buvtnc
prices for green and eel ling prices for dry lumber.
1st and 2d, dry Soft W$ZJ 00; 1st and 2d, green,
tl VU(tjW UU: V-TlliS, oka WHIM UJ.
Quoted, lua to eua at S3 I635 25 per kg and
smaller nnmoen at tue usual aav&noo.
Raw Unseed quoted at 57c; boiled at 92c;
lard ell, current extra, SI 10; No. 1, SI3
1 10; tanners oil,Str:t's btst.eod&e; Basks best.
D&930C; Labrador, Nt-atoo; renned coal oil. I3,a
iaic: standard gasoline for lamp, Uoi8c;
neaaucni, o; luoncaung Ad mochlnery
Pure j, and 2 clear, per M. feet.
green. S17 uo: dry, 150 00: Vlooring,
dressed, 20 0CaS0 00 ; 81dlng, dressd, S15 00(9
19 00; Stock boards, rough, S lt 00(8jl 00 : Ceinmon
boards, 16J00; Bill stuff, to 10 feet, Se 00; Bill
ma, over is ieet, si uu$ii uo Heavy timbers,
II 00 extra Der M.: Sheeting. 112 UO: ' A sawed
shingles, S3 404SS SO: No. I shingles. S3 60; Poplar
shingles, S3 00: Lath, fa 76; Southern pine floor
ing, d rested, S40 0046 0U,
paODUCK Very AUiet, with a generally weak
butter Dull. Oood roU ISoaOe ; secoad rate,
Eoos-Steady at 23c.
PouLrar Slow demand
Old fowls dull ; per doa,nens S3 25 ; roosters SI 60 ;
Ducts, live, old, and young, S3 60; geese, S4 00.
Turkeys, per lb. live, tVo. Young chickens
plenty. Good size bticg SI 50 per dosen. Dressed
fowls Full dressed chickens, perdec., 13 26 i to;
vir&ejra, iuu urewett, oiua per poaaa. uuaiis.
. . r . 1 . 1 V 1 . mi ?- .. . . . . .
11 m per-aoicu. rvavaiui, 1 to, cyimrreis, l.
VioETA bum Potatoes inactive. Car lots 85
to CTO per buahel ; from store, 40 to 60c Hweet
potatoes, ij uiai Mi per barrel. Celery,7ä(9Jc
OxioNg-Still duHit 12 00J2 23 per barrel.
Kkoit Alreen appisare a trifle ümier at S3rt
3l"i per brl.; choice, SS 7V34 00. Cranberries at
111 on per u arret: S3 75 per buftbel.
ieawax, per lb, 26c; white navy beans. II BMk
IO and very dull; feathers, per lb, prime
live geese tlrni at 6O0 : mixed, 253oc ; Ulnseng,
76e : Hags, oer lbH cotton, 2o.
H4iraT-(iuiet at tn per pound for choice
dox : ror tow araaes. AMiaoo.
PKOVläiON The market U entirely flat. nd
dull. lhe qcotatlons below are uoroLually the
market, but there are no buyers at these or
even less prlees.
Buxjc Mkaw Clear rlb, 10 to 15 days in salt.
I0ehoulders,10 to 15 days in sal t,7',e; Cumber.
land, 13 to 15 days in salt, lOo boxed. Green
meats nominal; but seail offerings at 7aloc
for shoulders end clear ribs. Lard Is steady;
prime steam 13o bid. 12Kc asked; kettie, 13ke.
JoBBia Prhes Daeoa clear sides. 14c:
break fast do. ldc; hams, 10c; lard, kettle, 13vo.
BKKIV Ciulet and unenanfred
riax seed is quoted at SI O0$l 40, aoeordlng to
quality; cio vor at 17 Wfl7 60 ; timothy dull at
3 05 2 7&.
Kaytkl Uem is quoted at assc ; Monitor Kavy,
6SA70C ; baled tobacco, 45(3c : bright navies and
quarters, ?c; smoking brand k. &5cqU25o;
nuecuta. black tobacco, 6jJCC"o inead-
lee: twists, ftj syu;.
TINNElüä' ÖTOCK Unchanged.
Tki picte is quoted, lor ic, loxl4,chArooAl, first
quality. U S10 id IX. ditto, at S13 00: IC. 14x30
roofing Hr., $i 50; IC.aox'iH roorJuff tin, 19 do. tas
ketUe, 45c. tio. 2 iron B, 4 4-10c: No. 27o
smooth Iron, 6c. Uoorehaad's galvanised
iron, SO per cent, discount from list. Zinc,
per shnat. Ho: per cask, 10cf Plar tin, 8 trait s,
tOo. Wlie Blight aad annealod 3i per cent dis
count from list prlcrs; lacquered 40
per cant discount. Solder, tinner's ISo.
Copper tsheetiDg. 14 to u os tio: plan
ished. It to leos 40c: belt copper, 45o; bottoms,
4o. Leal Pig. 7o; bar, l03. Aatlacay, lie ;
Babbit metal. ieAio
WOOL Unwashed. S3o; tub washed, 5f?e.
WH1BBTT Qaletat SI 10.
WOODKN W A KK-No.1 tubs per do,S?$S S0;Ko.
9 ditto, S707 GO; Now S ditto, S9 60: No. 1 Churns,
common, per dosen. U pOi 'o.2 ditto, Sü 50;
No I ditto, 17 60; No. 1 cedar cburns Drass
bound, rilZJ; No. a ditto. sjoasS-31; No. 1 Hh
churns, Si; No. 3 ditto, 118: No. 8 ditto, S14: stave
half bushel measures, S6 60; hoop Iron bound
ditto, 19 607; keelers, five in nest, 12 'A meal
slave. 14-10. SI 76m: ditto 1H, si 0013 36: O U
backets two hoop, II büSl 9J; ditto thraeboop
WINDOW GLASS-Steady and unchanged.-
2nd Uoal. 1st Uoal.
f7 Ul , 17 75
BXS to 8X10.
xl5 to 10x13.
8 00 4
loxlS to lixlS .
13x30 to 3tix3t -
Discount and 79 per cent, off above.
MONET. STOCKS, KTO.'
Nw Toax, December 6,
Money market easy at 4g5 per cent.
Mercantile paper 6ö-S per cent.
Custom receipts, 1 120,000.
Assistant treasurer disbursed t'W,0OO.
Clearings, 147,000,000. '
Sterling Exchange is quoted at 14 84 ror 00
days, and St S7- for sight,
Oold opened at 1141,', fell off to 114?j, ad
vanced to 11 and closed at 111?,.
Kates paid for carrying were , 1 and 2 per
cent. ; loans were also made flat.
Railroad bonds are in good demand.
Htate securities quiet.
Htocks opened per cent, lower than Sat
urday's closing quotations, and declined 11
per cent, more, led by Union Pacific, Subse
quently there was more than a full recovery, ex
cept in Union Pacific. In the last hour the
market was decidedly strong and higher. The
greatest advance was lu Union Pacific, which
rose from Ib'A to7S. wit 11 no stock ottering at
the close underSO. The principal activity was
In Lake Shore and Pacific Mall, the former ad
vanclogtotioji.aud the latter to 41, with the
closing sales at tbe highest prices reached.
Northwestern common advanced to ßa ; pre
ferred to 55 on moderate dealings. Micnigan
Central advanced to 61; St Paul to 30; pre
ferred to 66: Oblosto 17 S; Rock Island to 105-
and Pittsburg to 90. Panama sold at 127. AU
lan tic A Pacific Telegraph reacted to 20.
Transactions on stock Exchange were 110,
000 shares, of wblch 32,000 were Pacific Mall,
11 AOO Western Union, 3Uxj Northwestern com
mon, 2,500 preferred, 61.000 Lake Shore, 2,5u0
Union Pacific and 2,500 Michigan Central.
0. 8. S'S v.-
O. H. 6'S 65.
O. S. 6'S t)b (nW)
O. H. 6's '07
(7. S. S'S '68
per cent rd lean.
(J.B. 10-40 's..-.....
correnoy s s...
The purchasing prices Xor Government bonas
in Indianapolis vry from the Ksw York quota
tions per cent
Tus.1 W'aThTrn. , bat.1M.0n
15 ew Virginias.--.
m a 1
J A 1
Tu'bi W'UiTh'ritTl. la.i.iMon
W. ü. Telegraph..
Wells A Fargo Ex.
1 IL-, ,
ü. s. Kx
N. X". CentraL.-.
Ü. Pacific StOCkS-
Pittsburg... North wesrn mm...
U., V. A U.
St. PauL .
Wabash prtf.. .,
Terra Haute prf.
Chlc&so & Alton.
O. A A. prererred,
Ohio A MJaalaal'pl.
0. B. A Q iw.tH
H. A St. Joe
A. A P. Telcgiaph.
O. PaolCo DoutU-.
U. Pad fie bonda
MARKETS BT TELEiKAPti.
NEW YORK, Dec. 8. Kiour Iteceipts 25,000
bushels; superfine Western and state 14 60(34 10;
0010 in on to good extra do Si 9035 60: good to
choice 15 65(v 0; white wheat extra S4 05S 00 ;
extra Ohio 5 0037 50: St. Louis So 29 00: Min
nesota, patent process, gool to prime W 25;
choice to double extra 67 39fi4 50. Hye
fl our 4 25 5 3j. Corn meal 1 143 6U. Wheat
Heavy and lower; 4-eceipts lif.'tnj bushels; re
jected Kprlng 11 1; ungraded fair spring
1 16; No. 2 ChroRgo spring, none; No. a
Chicago spring SI 101 li: No. 1 Milwaukee,
choice, 1133; No. Jlllwaukee 11251 so; No. 8
Milwaukee, 11.1431 1-; wintered Western.com
mon.Sl 12; white Western II 35. Rye Steady:
tstate S5c for December. Barley Higher; No. 2
rowed etate SI 00; No. 4 rowed ßtaie ft 10; No. 2
Canada, in store SI 20; Ho. 2 Liy, la. store, SI 21 ;
Canada West, white, SI 1'5 bid. Corn Lower
wlvh a moderate business ;rtceipts &5,0t0 bUKnels;
Western mixed, steam, 7:ic; do, sail, 73i74c:
high mixeand yellow Western 74 374c ; West
ern nxxed, nev, 60 a70c. Oats Firm; receipts
27,000 bushels: Western mixed and s. ate 43a5i:c;
wnite Weetere and state 4SiUVc, including
cloloc No. 2 Chicago at 6ic ; rejected Chicago 4.5
4äc. Hay rirm; snipping rg7oc. nops
Unchsnged. Klo colfee Heavy; cargoes 18
21e; jobbing l(iVl422c. Bugar Plrm; refining 8
V.c: mime XHc: refined nochaneecl at luVita
11c MoisMes-Qulet; NewOrkaBs&i atlc. Klce
Heavy; Louisiana and Carolina (caot7c. Petro
leum Crude tjc; refined VAinlViei cases 16Vtf
C4ivc; naptha 9c. Keiln-Unchanged. Tarpeo-
tine Spiriis3;c. fcggs zs(4 f.. rors imii:new
mots, uninspected, 21 901eceTnber til 3d: Feb.
ruary 21 60. Cut meau; vestern long clear
10HlOJ4c; lty long clear lie. Lrd .aier;
Jilue steam lc; December 12 '4 12 15-lfcc;
aonary 12 llgi3c. Butter Western 16j25c;
stale 2l(j:2c. Cbeene Quiet; common to good
Western 912. Whisky il 16.
CHICAGO, Dec. . Flour Dolt. Wheat
Artlve. lower and unsettled; No 1 Chlcaro
spriugSlC3; No 2 Clilcago spring r97?;&97;e for
spot; saJes at 97($)0c; closed at bid ror
January; 89o for February; SI 08 for May; No
3 Chicago spring 81c; rejected 7Cc Corn Firm:
No 2 mixed a shade higber; 4tfS;M(ic for spot;
4ti'3 bid for December; 43rtsl,c bid for Janu
ary. Oats Q.ulet and weak; No 2 2tc for spot;
3uc for Januarv . Barley Steady ; 85c lor D oem-
ber; 84c for February. Kye Inactive and lower;
67(40eic. Pork Uood demand bnt at lower
rates; 1 18 5 for all tbe yeftr; Sl VOw 35 for
March. Lard Fair and flcn; 112 la lor spot;
Sl217'ri20 for January; 112 45 for March.
Dressed hog Inactive: 87 t.i 12. Bulk
shoulders 7c. Whisky SI 11. Kecelpts Flour,
12,000 barrels; wheat. 7,000 bushels; corn, 37,
000 bushels; oats. 2G,ooo bcsbels; rye, 16,000
buKhels; barley, 3uo bushels. Shipments Floor,
11,000 barrels; wheat ö7,0i0 bushels; corn, 27,
CtO bushels; oats, lB.oOO bushels; rye, 000 bush
els; barley, 400 bushels. On the call board
this a Uer noon wheat was higher; STJc for De
cember; tWO&3740 for January. Corn Firm;
44e fer January. Oats Firmer ; 29i30o cash ;
SOAi for J&auary. Pork Lower: 118 S7
18 ttocaeh; S10 15 for February. Lard Firmer;
112 15 for December; fl2 32ol2 OS for February.
ST. LOÖ1S, Bee. S.-Coston-Steady; sales KW
hales. Flour Dull and uncbane?d. Wheat
Dull and lower; No 2 red winter II 41(31 42rash ;
61 40 January ; No 3 red winter fl 'Hi. Corn
Dull and lower; No 2 mixed 41i2c caso ; 12c
December. Oats Scarce and firm; No 2 34c.
Barley Dull: choice to fancy Northern II 10;
1 2i. ltye Firmer; 7c casb and Ueceiuber.
Pork Dull; 110. Laid Duil; 12c; home packers
holding at I2c. Kulk racat?-DU; 7ai0 aioic.
Green meats Dull aad nominal; fi'lo!
lie. Bacon t'lrra ; only a peddilns trade.
Hog y alet and weaker; weather very warm ;
Yorkers 10 Wai 75; good to choice packiog
Sa7o.a6 90: extra 17. Cattle Steady and un
changed; good to cholcenatlve steers 55 2.31 12;
medium 10 fair S3 60: cows Si &U:4l 5'J: leeders
I1H1 37; good to choice Texans 13 &)S1; me
dium to Nir 62 70:93 2 1. Uecelpts Flour 5.0c0
barrels: wheat 22.0uu bushels ;coru ol.t'OO bushels;
oats 6,0:0 busbeU: rye 4,ihw bushels; barley
1,000 busheis: hoes ftbout 6.0J0 head; caitlo 1.4'JO
TOLETX), Dec. S.-Flour-Unchsnged. Wheat
steady with a moderate demand; No 2 white
WabaahS128:NoSwtalte . Wabaah SI 19; No
I white Michigan SI 25; No 2 white Michigan
II II; extra white Michigan II 82; old white
Michigan II 65; amber 'Michigan, spot and De
oembartl 16; February 1 2i: March SI 23,;
No 2 red winter SI SI: No 3 rod winter SI; re
jected 7e. Corn Firmer and held higber; high
mixed bio : all the year bU", new 4'Jc; Decern ber
4c: January 4: all the year. 48c: low
mlxedbSr; new. 48c; yellow 65e; No S white 63c;
new No2 whlte47c;no grade53c;new46c:dam
aged new 43c. Oats Dull and nominal. Clover
aed 67 25. I If 5 Dressed steady with a mod
era'e demand ; 25. Bran Stdy with a mod
erate demand ; 113. Receipts Wheat 11,000 bush
el; corn 4H,(0 bushels; oats 1,000 bushels.
Hhipmentä-Florsr 500 barrels: wheat 10,000 bush
els; corn 16,000 bushels; oata 7uu bushels. ..
BALTIMORE, Dec. 6.-Flour Snperflas West
ern 1134 50: superfine extra 14 505 23; superfine
family S3 75Q7. Wheat No Weatern offering;
prime red SI 87l 88. Crn Western mixed,
old, 70(9710. Oats Dull: Western mixed K4l0c;
Wehtern white 4245c. Rye Quiet ;78r85c. Hsy
Firm; Maryland and l'ennaylvania S2ä24.
Provisions liuiet and weak, except bacon,
which la sc tree and firm. Pork-Nevr T22 eo.
Bulk meats Shoulders 8c; clear rib ll(4lle
loose; SJiSHKo packed. Baoon Shoulders,
old Uo: new loc; clear rib 1414; new I3c.
iArd-Steady; crude 13c: refined 14c. Butter
Firmer; Western extras 28C4i0; Western fir.ts
25(gk27o. Petroleum Dull ; crude te; refined
12c Coffee Quiet and weak; Rio cargoes
18a21c; Jobbing 19.n22c Whlaky-Du:l; II lb9
CINCINNATI, Dec. 6. Cotton Steady with
a moderate demand ; 12(312c Flour Meady.
Wheat-Fair and firm; red II 15180. Corn
Inactive; new 48ute; old 58a0o. Oats Steady
and firm; ;W(444c. Barley Vull and nominal.
Hye Nominally unchanged. Pork Unchanged;
t:L Lard Fair and firm for spot ; sales at 112 50;
futures irregular; 112 87; 9 IS 21i February;
kettle S13(13 25. Bulk meals Dull and lower;
sales of shoulders at 7fec; Cumberland ?S4
boxed : also sales of shouluers and clear rib at
bUc February. Bacon Duly a limited Jobbing
demand. Ureen meats Nothing doiug. Hog
Doll ; common to light t8 56?? 7i; fair to good
packing S7 7 25; choice heavy -87 35; receipts
6,264 head; shipments 356 bead. Whisky Fair
and firm; fl C9. Butter Steady and unchanged.
MILWATJKEK, Dec. S. Flour-Dull and
lower. Wheat Steady; No 1 Milwaukee spring
8H; hard SI 08: No. 2 Milwaukee spring
9sv:c; January SI 00: February SI 01; No. 3
Milwaukee spring Slo Corn Weak and lower;
No 2 47c. Oats Steady with a fair demand ; No
2, cash and December, 31c. Barley Active but
lower; No 2 spring, cash and December 97c;
No 3 spring 61c. Kye Dower with a moderate
demand; No 1 70; No 2 6o. Provisions Dud
and weak. Mesa Fork 119. lard-Prime
kettle 12ic; prime tteim 12. Sweet-pickled
hams lo(llo. Dry salted shoulders c loose;
7c boxed. Receipts Flour, 6,000 Darrel;
wheat, 121,000 bu8bels. Shipments Flour, 16.C00
barrels ; wheat, 12,ooo bushels. ,
PHILADELPHIA, ec. 6. Petroleum
Steady; refined 12gU'r,c; crude lialoc
Flour Steady ; Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota
extra family Sd 003 50: Ohio and Indiana 13 '2a
($6 75; high grades 17 H'HH 50. Wheat Piime
held firm; red Pennsylvania II Stftl 41: red
Welernl 17; amber SI 411 4i; whitest 4a
160. Rye Unchanged, Corn Dull; old yellow
747:cj new yellow WfoKie: mixed 7i71c. Oals
White 45350c; mixed 40l3c Barley C hada
fl iol 3: Blx-rowed New York state SI t)0,l li;
Western 7085c Barley Malt fl 2Srtl 45. Butter
Steady and unchanged. Cheese 12ai:t. Eggs
B03TOX, Dec. .-Flour Quiet ; Western su
perfine 14 0O94 75 ; common tsxtra 15 2Vi 75:
Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota Si 7J7 2
winter Ohio, Indiana and Michigan S6 5t 7 25;
IlllnrlsSO 75 25, Kt. Louis 7gi; fancy Minne
tota S8 60!) 25. Corn-Quiet; mixed yellow,
old, "tissue; do new 7377c. Oats Dull; WgjGc
for No 2 rejected.
LOUISVILLE, Dec. 6.-Cotton-Unchaneed:
12!. Flour-Unchanged. Wheat-Flrn:ll 05
1 25. Corn steady; 6263c. Oats Hteady.
Rje 76c. Hay Dull and unchanged. Provis
ions Dull and nominally nnchanged. Pork
WIM. Bulk meets 73l0U.c I.ard-13
14c. Whisky Dull and lover; II 19. Bagging
PITTSBURG, Dec. B.-Wheac-Uncbanged;
hew red quoted at II 2"xäl 0 for prime to choice;
new white SI 3'&1 40. Corn-Dull: shelled 6
(6-c free In elevator; new ear 4i$50c. I'etro
leura Quiet; crude 11 61 at Parkers; refined
12c, Philadelphia delivery.
CLEVF.LAND, Dec. 6. Petroleum Quiet and
strong; quote standard white 110 test ; prime
while 150 test MJg.
OSWKQO. Dec. 6. "Whest-UnebaiiKed. Corn
70S71e. Barley Firm.
LIVE STOCK MARKETS.
INDIANAPOLIS LIVE STOCK MARKET,
lITDIAKAFOLIfl, MONDAT, Dec. 6.
The markets were reported dull. Exchange
Yards offered 140 head of cattle, of which one
car load was shipped. Choice butcher's stock was
worth H 0 to Si 50 per hundred. notations
stand a? before for
Uood, smooth, IdOO to 1,500 shipping
steers -..-S5 00(tS3 f 0
Prime butchers' cattle . - 4 O0(ö4 50
Cl QOd seeee eeeese see see leseiesee e et e e a e e eeeeee seese I 5C(4 CO
Bulls and Thin Cattle...
2 co'ea mi
2 75,43 50
Uood Cberokes worth.
tsheep sold st S3 00(94 00.
Hog are dull at 17 ;o.
SKW YORK UVK STOCK MARKET.
Naw York, Dee. 6. Cattlb ReeelpU
for yesterday and to-day 4 4-0, making 8,8o lor
the week, 8gaiost 6,öoo for the previous wees;
quality fair generally and market about steady
at an advance for tbe week, equil to nearly c;
no premium beeves offered ; native cattle, H 60
13 E0; Texas and Cherokees, SS 5: ofO 50.
KHkfiP ASD La 3f bs Receipts 7,o70, making
21,950 for the week, against 20 540 lor
last week ; pi hes rouch the same as Thursday
and Friday, with fair business; fl 6ucq7 for com
mon to fancy sheep; S5 5037 00 for fat sheep and
lambs; mixed, So&tf 75.
Hoos Receipts 10.150, making 33,010 for the
wee, againist 7,12u for laut wee ; market dull
and weak, with 2 car loads of fair Ohio corn fed.
alive, at 17 50(0.7 50 per loo lbs; no WeMetn
dressed hojs yet offered; city dressed hogs
bteady at 19 259 62.
KAM LIBERTY LTVK 8TCCK MAKKÜT.
EAST LIBIKTY. PA- Dec. 6. BXXF CATTLE
The receipts lor the last 3 days have been 154
cars of through and.'ilcrs yard Rtock or 3.1HS
bead, matins a total for the week of
.3ll fccad, aeainst 4.687 head the week before.
There has bern no sales made in this line since
Friday, eo can not make quotations.
Hogs The receipts for the 3 days were 8,.j70
bead, making a total for the week of 22.320
neaa, against iv,z neaa me wecK oeiore;
Yorkers 0 90j7 15; ett 17 357 60.
Sheep Tho receipts for the 3 days were 3,700
head, making a total for the week of 11,100 head,
against 1:2,600 thu week belore. Hellingst S4 00&
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Cixwago, Dec. 6. Cattle Receipts 1,800:
opened dull and closed rather more active:
smooth native steers, Ii 75(öS 75; half fattened
and smooth lattetMfd, SI 50(0 50 ; feeders, t& lb(ot
4 60; stock ers, li 753 7a; native cows and
hellers 12 25i; Texans and Chtrolee, f2 75tai
4 00; shipments, 1,620.
Horn- Bereipt, 18,00f; doll, slow and
dragging: common, Sö 7ö6 60: packera, S6 5(4
8ö,cbiefiy 16 70; light bacon, 16 &t$ß VO; New
England, 17; Philadelphias, 17 2o3? M; ship
HHnsr Receipts 500; slow; common to choice,
CINCINNATI UVK STOCK MARKET.
By Telegraph to the Bentlnel.J
CixcurwATT, Dee. f.. Cattlk The receipts
for tbe week were 5,2-X) head cattle, 4,537 head
sheep and 61.251 head hogs: dull and lower for
inferior, and strong for better grades ; nearly all
Helling at 15 00(35 7a, Si 605 2o, S3 25(9 1 25 and
sheep Quiet with free offerings: the whole
range was 60g5 50.
Hogs Dave been heavy and drooping to-day
with an excessive supply, and slow: too many
inferior; 6Me whole rauge was Sti 6O37 30; pack
ers pay 7&7 25;. many inferior left unsold.
NEW YORK DRY GOODS MARKET.
New Yomc, Dec. Ö Dry goods Business con
tiused quiet with package Louses; Cochlco
fancy prints were reduved to 7e, and Cochlco
and fpragu9s robss to 6c: brown shee'lngs
were tu good demand, and bleiched shirtings
quiet: plaid prints were fairly aetlve and In
comparatively light supply : wojleu goods re
niaiued quiet; shawls were doll.
NEW I03K COTTON MARKET.
Naw Tobk, Dec. 6. Cotton Middling upland
1)(313 5-16C. Futures Closed flrui; Decem
ber, ISc: Jsnuary, 13 7-3'cr February, lc;
March, 13 19-32c; AprU. iSiC4U i;5-32c; Mav,
13äl-3a; June, 14 3-lCc;- July, U 5-ltc; .August,
IjOjtdon, Dec. fc'. The rate of discount in cpeu
miket for 3 moath' hills Is 2JB percent be-
Irji pereenL belotis Bank of England rate .
The amount of bullion gone into the Bank of
England on balance to-day la IIJXO. .CoDsoke
far money, 83 13-ltt; on aeeount S3 15-16. United
HjAtes bonds Extra 6-ao's 186, lOi ; 1S67, 109 ;
1S-40B l05;newg, 10f.-TaUow-4ia. Rrf,cJ
petroleum 10S4S10 Sd-, , , . , .VH
Paris, Dec. 6 Rentes, 66f 67o.
Fraskfokt, Dec. . American seen ri ties
New 6s, WA.
Liverpool, Dee. 6. CVrtton MldAHnr cp
landte;: Orleans 7 3-16d; sales 12,tou b&Jt,
2,000 of which w?re for speculation and export
and bales American. Corn 22 6.1 i. m .
Dard 67s iU -
CINCINNATI IRON MARKLTt -
C1JCCINXAT1. MONDAT, Dec 6, l.T6.
Pio iRo.i-The market remains quiet, anJ no
marked activity is anticipated before the close
of tbe year. The demand for all grade la very
fair, exoept oold blast irons, whioh are qox t.
Quotations remain without material change.
EOT BLAST CHAROOAI
Hanging Rock, No. I, per ton 12 OOflC 4m
Hanging Rock, No. 2, per ton 23 04 X
Hanging Rock, Forge, per ton 21 00,22 X;
(southern Brands, No. 1. per ton. 21 (AM 00
Southern Brands, Forge, per ton- 21 00 ;4
Virginia, No. 1, per ton 24 U)25 00
Virginia, No. 2, per ton 82 80f23 ,
Virginia Forge, per ton.-. 21 00jZi oo
TOXK-OOAL AKD OOKR.
Hanslog Rock, No. 1, per ton
Hanging Rock, Forge, per ton
.- 23 00(a:'4 M
- 21 00(4
neu noon, rto. i, per ton.
Reil Short, forge, per ton,
Am. Scotch, No. 1, per ton.,
Hanging Rock, Car Wheel.per ton- 40 OO-Aic 00
Missouri, Car Wheel, per ton S5 a4i0 u
out hern Brands Car Wheel, ton 80 00(4 w W-
Machinery and Forge, per ton 30 00 0?
Blooms, per ton ,,
L. K. HULL A CO.
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STATE OF INDIANA, Marion courfy,
Margsret E. Marthers vs. Charl?s E. Mar"
thens. in the Superior iurt of Marlon couuty,
in the state of Indiana, December term, 1376. No.
Be it known, that on the 9th day of July, 1175,
the above named plaintiff, by her attorneys,
filed in the office of tbe clerk of the Superior
Court of Marion county, in the state of Indiana,
her complaint against the above named de
fendant for divorce, and on tbe 25th day of Sep
tember, 175, the said plaintiff filed in said court
the affidavit of a competent person showing
that said defendant, Charles K. Marthens, is cot
a resident of the state of Indiana.
Now therefore, toy order of r aid court, ssid de
fendant last above named 1 hereby noticed of
the filing and pendency of said complaint .
against him. and that unless he appears and
answe rs or demurs thereto, at the ca-liot of
said cause on the second dy cf the term of seid
court, to be begun and held at the court house
in thecityof indlanspoiis, on the first Monday
in February. Wt!, said eon plaiut, and the mat
ters and h;inn therein coutam! aud ilieetl,
will be htard and determined in bis a'etire.
AUrTIN II imoWN, Clerk.
Hrv,- NirvioT- Attv. fnr Pl'ff
OTICE OF AD3IXM&TRAT20N.
Notice is hereby given that the tindrviuntil
has been appointed by the Marlon Civil Circuit
Court of Marion county, Indiana, executor of
the lat will and testament of Henry Brenne
man, lae of said county, deceased. Said est;
Is supposed to be solvent
Dec. 1st, 1675, ELI HEINY, Hiocutcr,