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THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1905. l::: sel li:;g ohdeos ;:o r;;icES fell aya. LC::r.5 CFi A POINT OR MORE NUMCROIS IN STOCKS. ZZWZ SUFFC.TT AT INTERVALS EXCHANGE SEAT 34000. NF.W YolMC. rvpterrtber L - AU tf.. rj4 .f pru - es of mora. Exchange . t w,re br5iet by th of it fir IJ. widen, with th Inl - l.it.n f. - . - . lunkc Ih price $St.y. i : .e seat la sill to hav been bought i :. J rauk V.'. Ortvu. formerly a r . c .'I r.t - r o.i New Yt.rk r. : - M.W YOJiK. fopiimWr X. lArg ell - 1 . - r.teis k t - rinulfU In the owning .. ! in t:. siix - k market nd price .il nav nu.. - titiall) - . ft. i'aul lost 1 .Ati.A.xrata i mpcr and rnli - 1 iM.iiih rsl'.i - tru'nM out nor,titocke j r. went ki - r all around. .. a i - . ru or uvrr were numerous, with l : . i .in - i'.rr)ii it mr;il. car equipment a - i.f i.niftn tiu. i showing tl noat weikn.sa, Ihi ti.natl !ol a better t ! iii' - r. H' - i in( nnd Amalgamate! i ; j T rr...veriiijr a potuL Prices Slowly Recovered, pri e recovers. I slowly on very light In :.jt 'I rsiller li. 'wet gcn - . - . r., .i - rd ! email frV:iia. t'nlon J , i me - l - . a fu.l rtrrC nd I nited tui'i nW T" '"rrl e.l4 ewrnWy luv ) 'rr.!4 v iom. 4jr Northern pre - I.T. - l I a plnt ai;d Northern Pa - .... : '1 he - t irket acwkeria.1 again tort:v lfor no.n. Hon la wer irregu - . I ir. r :i porting - orders for Mending ana t i.Uj - 1 i!:c ihH J th mi l iar alUinc. 'i'lii nsraei then l - - ajn Mml - ltkunaot a - 1 ! i' .t'jrfini until it dropped af.. - un a tin rued ,fTerlne, bt. Paul. I'nion Pa :' .. icvadi - ig and Amalgamated Copper Ivt the - UaoiUia.. . . Market Gradually Hardened. S - Hl - .g whs aot long continued, tha mar - V - t raiuaUr ttnril'uins. aon.a Mock arU - a tha top tiura of the day. - Frac - t!' al;y ail !h liuiort.int Mochu rull oa n r - irity wttft lat nlKUt Tna Wlaronatn '!,( r tl t M k advar.coKlV Oreat N'Tthrn rfrri Mt. . rr uikIt preaaiifa apcala In tl." c! - nln hn , nn1 tha lowM prloaa rr m.nlf tor t'nion I'ai - inc. Krla anil lu'im othT. HTiJtliin - extendml tta 1oh t .t points, snil I - iaware t iIilU(Kn tj - .rpfrl ft,. Th Honing was weak. . M.jnr : Klavfa Wlr. Ul.a - liich - Law. otoaa ! int. In.Iu - UI In . t. . A - K K' A. C A - '. pfii.l'"' a. f. i. y " A. f. I j'ttl. US A I mki illrry ... . A. Ie 17 A.lx - ') 4n A. Utii. t f 1....1U", Ati A: H. . .K' ' at. SrytluAuaJl zn , - 41 S .T? 41H 42 n i: - :.'4j is'i l - ts l. - A U!" - . liL'V 11'4 m. K. 1; 1 - h ie - , i.' z I4ji An.. Toll. tfd.l"wj 1"IV4 Jf'i4 Ivl A in. S ix, I l".l liu - V lOJi. A hi. l.K'i Cop. 4 3V - " - ".a fc'H A..i. - p.h 114 113 112 113 , . i - '. 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A H VV.l't . . ' - ' '4 '.' I .' 'i . I 1 u 3'l J - 'X4 '''. T. . M. I. A - U' ?, 1 l...: v j f .... .... . 1 'i .11 I ' J'! 1.11 l - 'H l ! loi y r ! - . vr i - S'l. .(..mit - j: r :i 21 n , 'ti ' I f I . 4 't i - ''4 4.' 41T, 4i i. Vf,WMl.. i - si '4 r r.' 1. On. pt.l 07 tl 6. 66 67 l - !'" ! .1 1; ii " i ti k. r. ''' k. en f.t 9 1 i r..it lT. Kv. : ' .... .... j.: .4 54 - ti i.l - it. VAe.. 1.. 1'k. li'.i, : : H. - . - s : k: Si '. k; vt i . t. M. Uy.. l. - 1J l.s. ) ,., l . - 5T.1.1... 4 4"4 , 44 44' 4.". ' I I - L - H .'!, 1 - - i . ' i .An.' l'b. 75 71 7 n r. i"4 f Meel f... I..." icriv. 1 H4 1.2,1, f7S V5 l - , - - ) i .?' l..:4 !. f. v. i :. 71 io;s i i rl 2 .1 .i. j ; '. J ; - . 1l i,.i l'l .. !t 4' i r - 4 I n r.. v PI1 J i t .. - 4 '4 I X. ! n 1 L'Tl l, r . i1 ! 1 I.miI, 1 per ivnl. 3 p - r rout. U. S. Esnds In New York. Py - V. Th. - .init - WlraJ i - u. i - r 1. lilt Aeke.1. iit.re 1 - ,n .. . . ..Tf 1 .1... i UN 1 - 4 1''4 ........1 V 1 - .I'.I 1 'i "4 1 I It t i 7 l ll lit . I 1 - n i - r - .:. .. l' l.'.t , ' L. C'r - ica' - j Clocks. Ty A. V. Tliimn'i Wire J - 'n ll it to. lMer.f ,i ri ; r i I I ... '4 ' ills, 1 I 4 I" l; ! ' 1 Ir c! Clc - arir - s. I. ' ' f - Vl 1. I - . - 4 I . 1 :.. - (, 1 1 ... .4 ii r'ari.et. r 1 - i , . fr - i - i 1 t r 1 - ' s . - 1 1 . 1 3 I ' A'CmO'iVIKQ cattle market Tha cClilal receipt of llva stock the flrt eight tnootba of tbla year at tha Indianapolis yatsla. wer 1.177. (0 bora. 191.0itcattU and 40.W0 ahP. an larrrj of liS.6fO hoc. W.B00 cat - tU and a docrvaaa of 16.000 sheep, compared with tba flrat eight month rVt year. The reoplpta the month f Aufuot were 14X00 hog. 29.000 cattle ami U.0i ahecp. an incr of S.00O hsi. 4.(u0 cattle, and a decreaaa of S.X'O hc p. rompared with the aame n:ont - h a year ago. Th receipt of. cuttle laat Buonth wera the largest In tha Matory of tha Varda for a cor - - reapondinr period, and orer 1.000 larger than tha , previous montha rtcordmade la September. 104. " nt. : ctoatnr bid 1 Pr eaat.; oAaead at S per cent.; tuna loane ateaay; ataty daya and mrtr umr. I4 per cant.; al Jnontna. pr rDl. 1.NI)N. Hrtnbr 1 - Mooe - rl lVkOtH per eenl. Itar llI'M - aiMdr. - l - ld pr euaca. Tha rate er Uluat la tae pai market foi hurt aula la 11 - l per eant - 'Tba rata ot itieAouat in th Btarket Ir thraa BMmtha UH ) 1H1 Pr oMt. - J - - HICK LIN. September t Eifbaara cm London, - w marks 4 pfennla - a. Tha rat of discount, for - hart blUa Va 4 ae eaau aad far three noatha' bllla 1 par eent - fARU, aeptember Three pae cent, re o lee. 1M franc eentlmee for tha ao - raunu Eeben c aa Uadga, f ranee U ceattraea fur cbacka. , . . ' ' '..' British' Consols. IX5NPON. September 1. Oeieote for muney. I l - J. cooaula far aoeoant. 1 S - l. , Traction Stocks Art Higher. ;. Tn.tianrfila A Martlnavllle. Kokomo, Marlon Wetern. Muncfce. Hartford & rt Wayne and Union Traction common stock hirwed - Soma rtrenrTh at the e - lrr of the local Btock Exchange. Th rain for Kokomo. Marion Western, and; ndianapohs Ac Martlnavllle was 1 point eat - ti; ki uncle. Hartford ic VI. Wayne, V i ant Tnlon Traction common. . Indiana - 1 poll Flre,wa S higher, and. Indiana N - J ttonar gained The bid for Union Traction preferred w lower and Nw Telephone ao4 Waaaon preferred showed exual loae. " Kokomo, Marlon U Weatem 6a were 1 ! higher; Broad Klpple a lost V4. and Indian poll Kaatern t were lower. BWs for other bonds were unchanged. Tbers were uo sales. - : " - . Local Securities.. 8t4ck. ... ' Bid. Ake4. Americas Central Life las. Cd.... Ut ... Amertraa National Malik .. ......... 1S ... Atlaa Koglna - worka pfd. ... - rtelt Kauruad conuooa .... - . 1M ... Halt Kallroad ptd ..IX ... Hrxum - Ketcham Iron rorka pfd.... ... . Capital NalWMial Bank ............... lb . Ocitrai Trust (Company .............. 1M ... Climax CofTre and ak. Paw. Co. .. 45 TO . IO I unit) la hiatlooal Hank - US .... Ixl. and Mad. Co. Telapboaa..... ... m.,' Kedaral t'nlon Surety SO . Home Brewing Company 124 ... Imllana Hotel pfd .. 70 Indiana National Bank - . rMVk T Indiana Title Ouersaty. 1 - e Indiana Truat Company ............ Indiana t'nlon TracUon .J 2 Indlaaapolla Abattoir pfd 100 ... Indtaoapolls St Kaatara ............ 40 : ... lndlanapnlta , Eastern pfd ...... .. ladiaoapolla Fire lneuranos 1&3 . IndianaiKiils A Martlnsellla R. T. Oa. M ... Jndlanapolle Uaa Co. ... ... Indlanapblla Htreet Hallway 114 117 Indianapolis Traction and Terminal, it M - Kokomo, Marlon A Western ........ 11 ... Law Building 3 , ... Marion Trust Company Mt MniMn(i' National Hank K . ... M uncle. Hartford A Ft. Wayna By.. 4S4 ... Telepnona e Telephone Long Distance ..... M New Fmd'.'i Ieooslt b4nk Ill ... Ruhertlliaer .'. 16 Hae.ee Ap. pfd 1" 104 tfcurlty Tirust ..... . 4. ... 10 I nkin National Bank 10 Union Traction common " t'ntnn Traction pfd .................... M ... t'nlon Truet Company .. . ..... 130 KS Vu Camp Hardware Co. ptTd ....... VS axeun pfd let ... Honda ,i Frosd Klpple ts .... M ... Citizens' twreet Kallway 6a V ... tel. aud Mad. Telephone 6s.......... Indlaita Hotel Company as.......... ts M Indians t nloa Traction 4e. ......... DO , .... InHienapblls, Oolum. A South. 6s. Indlauapi.lle A Katre 6 KV4 ... lndianapoita Oaa 6s w : In'llauapnlla A OreenSelil B, 6a., lt ... , lnuimaavpolla A Martinsville 6a ... M . Inrtianapolla Northern Trao. 6a.. M .... Indianapolis Street Hallway 4a M . U " ImUanapnlis Trac and Term, ea 4 ... In.lienaoolls Watsr Co. 6a 101S6 10S Kokomo, Marlon A rVsetem 6e Mrchsnts Heat and Ufbt Uo. 6a.. ... ' J1 New Telephone ftrst ke t4 1 New Telephone second e ' Sl ... New Teli - pnone Long Olstanca 6a .. ... S ' Lulon Traction 6s i ' . NERVOUS COTTON MARKET. Opened Lower Under Bear Pressure, but a Rally Followed. NEW YORK. September 1. Th cotton martiet opened easy at a decline of 1(M points under weak cables and less bullish i coy report. At first trading was tjuldl. but there seemeo. imie suppon ana oaar (ire enure soon forced prices below th lam j.nint or yesterday, wnen atop - ioaa oruers w.Tft rausrht nnd the market broke to a net los of 13'aii point. Thl was fol - lnwed by a rally of 9 or 10 point on short reuUzlng. and a little rresn Duying lor lm - .a - acvount.. but the market continued nervous und barely maintained th par - tiul recovery, t wo' private conauion report were i.isued. one placing It at 70.5 l - r cent, aMlnst 75 last month, and the other at 72.4 per cent... against .75.4 last mi. nth. j Stit . closed qolet; middling uplands. 10.kt iniddllng gulflanda. U.ac; sales. 2J,7yo bale.. : ' - .:! ' Liverpool Cotton. . I.lVlMlfiol. Rentember 1. Cotton Spot, la limited - demand: prices easier: American pil'l - u'li.s. fair. .2Sd: good middling. 6.ad: middling. 6.'(1: low middling. 6.3d: good ordinary. 6 41.1. onllnsrv, t.ud. rne sales or tna air were .ai lles, of which" V were for specu - lniion and export, and Included 4.60 American. Ti e receipts. s.niu bales. Included 4.0 Amari - an. 'uturee opened easier and cloaea easy. The Produce Market.' Prlei auoted below sre those paid by ob - fcers fur 1ellvery at ladlanapollo K Hi! steady ; livtla'vo. . Hi:LTKT steady; fowls, 10c; roosters. 8e; torn tuks. ioc; hea tnrksya. Ua; docaa, let spring i - hickena, 11c - liDTTKK - Country, steady, 14c a pound: Jobbers selling Btat creamery at lie tor prints and ??c for tuba; F.lgln. 240 tor prints, 22Vk L f.M - t,ll. . . HI'TTl KlNB Selling at lOlac rilKOK Jobbttor prices: Imported Swtsa, )0a a round; domeella bwlsa. lo; Wlaconsla cream, lie; New York Cheddars, lie; tdag. home. 14c; domes l 11 m burger. Ua; hrtck, 640. KANSAS C1TT. September L Butter Weak: r - eauierles. l'c: packing. Kgga Weak; 17c. . . CINCINNATI. September V Err Firm; 1 trlTo. Mutter Pteadr. I"oultry ITtrm; hena, lie. springe. 12c; turkey, lie. Cheese ffteady. ' NEW TORK. September . Butter, Firm; ortlriel. prli - es. State dairy, common to cstra. l? - i. - "'4c; V'eetern factory, common to extra. li;17V. Cheese and eggs Unchanged. KT. IXH'tS. 8ereraber L Poultry Steady; rhh lieus. strlno. Uc: turkera. UiillSo; durki, 4 - 'ti 'x - ; geeee. 4tc. BuMtr BteaJy; rreamefv, 1.4i - - ; dairy, Hnil'c. klgga Steady, tcl.c. rase cyunt. t'lltrAOO. feptenlber t Butter Easy; cr.anierlee. 17t) "c; dirles. . lanHo. Kegs I'anv; at mark, cases larluded, ll'QKc 1'hme - lirm. lai - lee, llr; twtna. 11c; Young Amerlose. llc. Poultry Live, easy; turkeys, 1 - c; chli - kens, 11c. , Mrs. Meredith's Shorthorn Sale. (crPiil The Indianapolis Newgl TtK'ii.MOND. Ind., September 1. Mrs. Vtruml C. Meredith, one of the moat nm - rt" eful bleeders of fitiorthorn cattle in th Vrt. tta Issued a catalogue announcing the appmtchlng aale of a part of her famous ' Norborough farm herd. The Low Price of OAt.' "Oat hve seen the low price for a whtle." said a grain dealer. "Farmer will not ee!l two busliela of oats - for one of corn." ' WHEAT. WAS HOAfjY WITH AGE It Lay, Almost Forgotten,' In Chicago Elevator for Thirteen Years. CHICAGO. September 1. Hoary with ac iiii.l ii,rriot forgtitten. nearly 60.0x1 I). . - h.'l of No. 2 sr - ri'1 wheat hav been tm. - .irtiid In the elevntor of a prominent rnii'i concern here, mid will he oi. at k.i ..hi at the St ite prnln Inepctor'a of - tn - e to - mnrruw. Kr thirteen yenr?. I.ick - lri n month, thin wh:it ha.e been hidden iii.'.l It has ttnine.l the grentet record iu tf tinv ever Jii In 4 h Ira go. It I ri.;r!,t . I.itv i rtn.ilned Ind. - finltely were It ..1 tor k rul" "1 the r - i.tte grnln limpec - t - . hi B!" rt lint the surface of the - i:,i - ar olT efier thirteen years of is: x n.l 1im ti.ili nu. Two receipts for ,iutu ei issui. - l OcloUer 1 tuid li. HOG RECEIPTS LARGE; PRICES 10 TO 15C DOVH LOCAL PACKERS HAD THE MARKET, TO'TH EM SELVES, f A SLOW OUTLET FOR CATTLE ' - ; ; , 1 ; - . - Receipts. 7.SO0 bog. 1.4B0 cattle ard 500 sheep, against 5.S2S hogs, 1,443 cattle and 4o sljeep a week ago. and 2.81a hogs. 783 rattle and 1,09 sheep a year ago. There was a limited demand from outside sources, and the market also felt the Influence of unfavorable report from other places. Local packers were nloniS In lhr field 'and the supply bk - lng larger than they required - bids were down l: compared with yesterday, and freo,uentlr 15c lower. There' waa the - usUal disciira - 1 nation against grass f - d hogs and in many case bids were ao far below price of other grade that salesmen would not sell. Consequently many ' of this class were left unsold. Sales ranged from 15.40 Cj - 4 - 26 for ordinary - graasem to best heavies and the bulk of the supply of good hogs old at Kl - 2". - T Representative 8ales. No. Av. Dk. Fr.l No. Av. Dk. Pr. 7 lMMrs..Sl ...tE5 I 71 hog. .ITS ... 74 bogs'..tV 100 S 1 fH hogs.. 184 10 79 hogs..r.M 40 0 ) U bugs. .19 240 10 70 hogs..X37 H (Ml 47 hogs. .KZ ISO (10 M hogs . 246 ... HI I 91 hogs. .166 280 06 61 hogs.. 776 40 20 I 78 noga.JCT 0 6 71 boaa,.20 - J 40 17V.1 71 hogs. .147 ... t 0 (1 bogs.. 252 .... ITS; 2 hogs. .234 400 0 13 hogs.. 116 ... 16 tin hogs.. 12 ... 5 90 hoKS..lWi 200 15 I 30 bogs.,146 ... 6 76 7 bege.,l2 M lli lll hogs.. 4 ... 5 25 . 74 boas.. 201 124 IS I 14 hogs. .131 ... 6 u0 IS 4 hogs.. 217 4w 15 I 64 hogs.. 83 ... 1 M , hogs.. 146 400 Hi 40 hogs. .161 ... 20 hogs..l4 - 44 10 I v Cattle Receipts Liberal. Receipts of ca'lle were fairly liberal and with good runs heretofore this week, tho sudpIv was lartr - r than could be handled at steady orlces. Bidding waa backward from all source. Competition was weak est for steers, the prices for. which declined Uc, as compared with yesterday. Occasional transactlkn were about steady, but tnev were vnaei oy otners ct lower. The strictly best cows snd heifer were about etradv. but good k - nds were 10c lower and others were as low a yes terday, or 26c lower than the clone of laat week. There was the usual slow outlet for all common to rnecJlum cnttle at the decline and it was - evident that many of the trashy order would remain In th pen unsold. There waa only a fair demand for bulls And prices were hardly steady, and the calf market was strops at yesterday's prices. . - Representative Sales. ' ' No." . 7 Av Pt.'INo. ': . A. Tr. U steers .....1461 to ti 6 cow 14 tl 60 14 stsere V44 6 60 cow .1078 1 2T. 14 steers 12x3 5 4D 6 cows ....... 974 2 75 14 steers .....1268 .6 &l t raw ....... 929 ,S 00 U steers IS" 6 10 cows , 971 1 61 4 steers . 124 ' 4 o 1 cows .......108 2 Jft steers 1209'4SS 6 cows ....... 928 2 00 19 steer .....1U79 4 16 cow 10 1 5 A steers ' 906 1 BSI 1 bull 1720 2 60 4 steers ..... 627 1 25 1 ball ......U10 2 26 t heifer .... 9t 4 26 1 bull 2 7S 4 hetfera .... 8X7 10 1 PUU . . .will J en g hetfera il 4 cslvas ..... is 7 I heifers .... 716 S 76! I heifers . 792 8 40 U caJTee ....... itv 7 cm , calves ..... 17'7 6 heifers 6S I 50111 calva ..... US 6 69 2 helfar .... 943 2 25 2 calva ..... 210 t 00 J ' hetfera .... 2011 calves ..... 195 6 50 U heifers .... 767 ' 8 901 ( caJvea ...... 1 6 4 cowe ...... .1190 8 9tM 1 . calves . ..... 370 4 6 cows 1128 1 76j calves ..... 140 4 90 cows ......1215 2 l Strong Sheep MarkeL Receipt of sheep , and lambs were large enough to invite al buyers into the field. There was a steady demand from all source, and wttfc active competition from shipper there - ara an easy outlet for the .offering at atfonsr prices compared With yesterday, and probably 25o higher than the early part of the week. A good clearance was made early, and the market closed kteady at opening prices. Spring lambs sold a high as 27.25, with several sales at 7tVj,T.0O. medium to. good kinds old at JiiAXXfio oO, and culla as Kjw as 24.00. Th best yearlings sold at 26 - 00. and there wer scattering sales of old sheep at 24.25 4 50. with culls to rood kind at 2.5tti 4.00. v.. ; . - . n, . - Cattle. - - ; v STUERB ;.' :, ' ' " k ' , - . (rood to chotc Steers, .L200 Tb. J ' 1 - . and apward . 2tO 25 Common to medium steer. L2U lbs. and apward Cood to choice Steers. U1M to 1.160 ik4a, , Ht - Vii Common to medium steers, 1. 14 to L2i lb. Good to cholc ateers. Hal LU lbs. Common to medium steers. 900 M L10O lbs. Chotc feeding steers, 800 to 1.000 4 T50 2 25 4 UO 5 25 4 2S9 4 75 80O 4 4 2 S9 25 2 T50 4 00 2 600 75 Good feeding Steers. SuO .to 1.000 Iba. Medium feeding steers. 700 to 9U9 Iba. f. ...... ............ 9 2S 2 M Common to bast stockara 1 604I 2 76 REIFKKS - Good to ebole heifer ........... 4 0047 4 50 Fair to medium heifers .......... 8 6d 2 85 Common to light belter .......... 8 6049 8 26 rws - , - - - - Good to choice cows ............ Fair to medium cow .......... . Can tiers and cutter ..........2. 8 259 4 00 2 W 2 90 li171 Gord to choice, cowa and calves. SU a0 90 Common to medium " cowa aad calves .......... 20 00 BTjLL8 AND CALVES ... . Good to prim bulla Fair to medium bull .......... Common bull - ..... Common to beat veal calva . 2 409 2 55 2 009 8 25 2 X d 2 75 6 OOff T 25 2 609 25 Fair to good heavy calve. Hogs. '." Best heavies. SO lbs. and upward ...46 156 S Medium and mixed. 190 lbs. and . ' upward .... 004j 15 Good to choice lights. 140 to 180 lbs.... 8 9S1r4 15 Common 10 good lights. 130 to 130 lbs.. 6 904 00 Best ptgs ....... .... ... 6 2s4p669 IJght pigs .. 4 Oo - ai 00 Houghs 6 26u5 60 Urassers. U6 to ltd lbs . - ......... 6 4 - nS 75 Bulk of aalea .. 46474 20 " : - .; - Sheep. ; "" Good to choice spring lambs .. .. .. 98 60437 25 Common to medium spring lambs .. 6 CXv4 21 Oood to chotc yearlings 4 eCjS 00 Common to medium yearlings ........ 8 76$4 25 Good to chotca sheep .... ............ 2 75x?4 CO Culla to medium sheep '. 1 Stv&J 69 Ftorkers and feeding sheep .....100160 Bucks, per 10 lba. 8 tottf! 69 - Chicago Live Stock. " CniCAGO. September L Cattle Receipt 1.D00; market steady; good to prima steers, 86.6utJ4.o0; poor to medium. C4VVjf5.25; stock, era and feeders. 82.26h4.i; cows. , 92 t44. 60 ; heifers. 82 - 8H6.00: canners. t l - 6oj2 - 4: bulls, J 14 - 0 4.00; calves. 13 6Ho7.Ti; Texas fed steers. il6u44.CU: Western steers. $X5oi.9tt. Hogs Heceipts 14.000; market 10c lower; mixed and butchers. 86 OOiiCJO; good to chotc heavy, f 85 4 li; rough heavy. . 4V5,0: right. U - TiJ 4.10; balk of sales. $S7U4.tO. Sheep Receipts 000 ; market steadjr; good to chotoe wethers, 15 evffi 4i); fair to choice mixed. 64.2604.76: Western sheep, J5 00r5.4C - . native lamb. 85.59 tTCOO; Western lambs. 90Q7.86. Other Live" Stock Markets. OMAHA. September 1 Cattle Receipt L - 200; market steady. Hog Receipt 4,i0; market loc lower: bulk of aalea. 8X6006.75. Sheep Kecelpta 1.600; market steady: CINCINNATI September 1. Hog Lower; buti - hera. 9,3U; common. 84.934r4.0n. Cattle Steady; fair to good shippers. 84.35ff5.00; common, l3.0U4jl.75. Sheep strong; $1.0O44.60; lambs, strong; 5.00 7.75. ' BUFFA1A September 1. Hogs Receipt 4,Ot: mixed aad mediums, 34 401. 4a; Yorkers. 9i.364t4.45: - pigs, tfi in - u 10; grassera, 85.604)4.25. I Sheep nd lamts Market higher; lambs It. 60 UU.Il. V H iu. PITTS BURG, September 1. Cattle Supply 60 head; market steady. Hog Supply 5.i; heavy, mediums and heavy Yoikera, 9.fO?r.6ft light . Yorkers. - 4.t"ti.40; pigs. 9A.lx.lO. fheep Supply 300; sheep, 85.7a down; lambs, 17.76 down. - . . . ST. LOTO September 1. Cattle Receipts 2.5110. Including 1.300 Texana; market weak; beef steers, U'rtl tO". cows and heifers, 82.0O$ 4.94; Texas steers, f2.00q3.40; Texas cows and heif ers. !2. - at0. Hot - Receipts 1.000; market lower; pigs and Hants, . 35.7&ti - 20; butcher and beet heavy. .01'.tO. Sheep Receipt HOO; market stropg; nattvee. 94.7546.24; lambs, 86.00 t7.0e; Texana. 84 - 0004.26. KANSAS CITY. September 1. Cattle Receipt 2,000, Including 400 Southerns; market teady; rut Ire steers. 4.2Sj4.10; Southern steers. jT.7itil.78; Southern rows. ll.7c4y2.7S; native cows and heller. tl.7r. - tiS 0u; ralves. U.OOO 00; Western steers, tl 2.S4 77.; Western cows. 81.7r - Ot.Z5. Hogs Reeelpta I.noO; market td H)c lower; bulk of sales. i fc0 j 40; pigs and lights. 13. 8ij 4 - 00. eiheep Kecelpta lu; market strong; muttons. 84 .1550; lamba, 86.74a J.40; fed ewe. 13.60ii4.K. Week's Hog Packing. CINCINNATI. September 1. The Price C'lrient reports th rucking of the West for the wefk at 2K).O0 hop. compared with fTi.Oi'O for the week previous, and Jiio.i - O for the correspo tiding week lwnt yur. Aggrea - Mte pack Ins - of hos - s In the West smie 5lMrch 1 about 11.3J0.ou0. compared with 10.31,W0 for? corresponding tiui last ear an Increaao of 1.020,X). t. WET WEATHER A!ID A FIRM WHEAT MARKET TRADING WAS LIGHT WITH OF - ' FERINGS SMALL. CORN AND OATS WERE STRONG THE WEEK'S GRAIN EXPORTS Special to The Indianapolis News. " NEW' TORK. Sptember 1.. Brad - ', street'" report on clearances of grain for the week shows a tqtaf of wheat iJ iljpur equivalent to 4,400.000 bushels of wheat. Corn clearances were 1,100.00 bushel. CHICAGO. . September 1. Continued wet weather In the Northwest waa th chief factor contributing to a arm wheat market. Other influences were higher price at Liverpool and report of chol - - ra lu Ofrmani. Trading was extremely light, orferlnr being - small. December opened c higher, sold off to 0c. and then' rallied to M4ac. - Muylng by a prominent trader, held market tlrm throughout the session. For December the hla - hest noint of th day war reached at ta - llc. The mar - Kei ciosrti. nrm wun uecemoer up ttofec. at 51?Hic. 1 Firm Tone In Corn. A large decrease In Argentine shipments caused a tlrm tone in the corn market. December opened c to c higher, and for. a time neid within the opening range. Oats were ud. Provisions were lower. Affected by hog prices. (By A. W. Thomson's Wire. Open - High - Low - Ctoelng. ing. sw eat. 8ep4LAug.ll. WHEAT Sept. Pee. May COHN "ept. 7ST - T - . 7844 ,!4 . 7 - m4j - iv . 81' - 84 8r? - 24. 61T 4i4 - 64 - 4 53i 6ix 63 i - 53H 62: 63 63' ; 63 i 524 61 61 . , 46W ' 46 4i 46 ' 43 ' 43 41 43 ; 43 : 41 41 42 . 1 . v . t? . i - 25 7 25 25 - 25 - t W " 24 2 - K "28 - . 28 28 - - 15 50 . 15 40 15 401 15 67 16 20 15 17 16 17 15 SO 12 67 12 42 12 42 12 60 . .1 8 10 '. t 97 : 7 97 '' 8 10.' 8 is . 8 06 IS 8 15 .... i 9u 7 02 2 75 t7 - l7 8 20 ' ' . 2 27. . 2.77 8 W 8 90 " y 4 607 4 66 - New Sept. Dec New Dec.. May' ...... 46 "4 43 43S 43 42 OATS Sept. .. 25 2ia Dec. .. May .. . 264 PORK Sept. .. .. IS 60' Oct. 16 10 Jan.. .. .. u 67 LA1U . Sept 8 10 Or - t f 16 Jan ....... 1 00 RIBS 8ept 8 75 Oct ......,., 25 Jan . 8 60 Bid. tAsk. - fNominal. - h wheat No. 1 red. 8142lo; No. 3 red. 79j 81 c: No. - 2 hard. 80ie7c; fto. 8 hard, 78 06uc; No, lNorthern. nothing doing; No. J Northern. 2$6e. Corn No. j. 5J4c; No. 8, 63. Oats No. 8. 25c; No. , J4c. Rye Cssh. 61c: September. 41t2 61e. Flag Ce.eh Northwestern. 81.12; Southwestern. 6X04. Barley 4Taah. 88951c. - New York Grain Market. NEW TORK. - September L Flour Rs - celptA N.641 barrels; sales. 800; steady, but dull.. Wheat Receipts, 92.600 bushels; galea. 900,000 bushel; firm and a shads higher on rain In th Northwest, lighter Argentine shipments. higher cable and local raring; September. 85r6e; December. 16 a J - 1L: May. S8jS9 1 - 10. Rye Steady; No. 8 Weatem. 4o c. I. t. New York. Corn Receipts 127.626 bpshel; dull and no transact lona Bef - 8tedy. Fork Firm. Lard Firm; prim Western steam. 8.20 J 8.40c Kansas City Futures.. ' TNaUpcal Board of Trade.1 ' , " . - ... Onen - Hlah.'LAW - Clnalro WHEAT ; . Ing. est. est. Seut.l autil. Sept..... ..72 . 73 .... 72 , 73 72 - , - 2C - 7S , 73 71 73 73 - A - 73' ' ,. , '. ..'.,. '' My 7' Wf - T6 - , T2 , - ' Sept 4 i 48 ; 4S 4 48 Dec - . 1S ; 8Si. 3S . - 3 - 1)1'. ' Mar . 88 - W . 3S .i 38 - ,' 18 OATS - Dec .......... , 24 : 24 - . . 24 . .. 14 . 24 PORK KTfc" U '"'' - - Sept ..i...lS XT - 15 27 15 20 15 24 - ' 15 46 - - Oct U 20 16 20 . 16 02 - 15 06 - iS 17 - LARTv - . . Sept 8 05 , 8 06 7 91 - 1" T 92 - 8 02 - Oct ....... Ill 8 1 . . 8 00 - , 8 00 - 9 10 ' RIBS ...... . t Kept I 70 8 70 8 2 - 8 2 - 8 77 5 - Oct . 8 81 8 83 ' 6 75 . 8 75 " 87 ' , Other Grain Markets. MILWAl'KEK. ' September 1. Barley Steady; No. 2. 62c; sample. 37&52c TOLEDO.' September,. 1. Closed Wheat Sep - i tember 83c; December. . - 84c. May. tlc; cash. 51c. ;. .. ; . . CINCINNATI, September t. Flour Easy Wheat Firm; 833ti4c. , Cora Firm; 65c.' Oats Firm; - 24 c. Rye Steady ; ?. Pro visions rin - - ": ','! - - . - . - ,:, . LIVERPOOL. September I. Wheat Spot, nominal; - futures. Arm; Septamber, 4s 8o; December, 4 7d. Corn Spot., steady; American mixed, spot. 5s d: future, firm; Septem - bar, 4s 10d; December. 4a 9d; January. 4a 8d. . - . ..." '. DtTLtTTH. Septeneber 1 - Close - i Wheat To arrive: No. 1 Northern, 84c; No. 1 Northern. 80c: September told). 2c; Sent (new). 78c; December. 75c. - Flax To al rlv, 1.0: on track. 21.20; September. 21.07 : October. 81.05; May. 810X. Oats To arrive and on track. 2Ec. - - - . KANSAS CTTT, September 1. Closer Wheat September, 71j73; December. 73273e; May, 7c; cash. No. 1 hard, 767e; No. red, 80c. Com September, 48c; . Davember, 8c: May. 18c; cash. No. 1 mixed. 49 4c: No. 8 whits, 60c. Oats No. 8 white. 2; No. 1. mixed. Sc. , ST. LOXTVS. September 1 Close: ' Wheat Easy; . No. 2 ' red. cash, elevator. 79582c; track. 82ttSc; September. - 7e: December. 79e; No. 2 hard. so'385c. Corn steady; No. z caan, sac; (raca, - aic; uacemner. 41o - 41c Oats Firm; No. 1 cash. 28c; track. 2frT7c; September, 24c; December. 28c; No. 2 white. 29e - - - - . . - ... t. '..' v . - Indianapolis Cash Prices. : ';.:' , September L Wheat Steady : No. t red. 80 c. track; No. 8 red. 78e. track; September. 0c; October. SOe: November. 8oe; wagon. 0c Corn Steady; No.. 3 white 54c. through billing 54e; No. 9 white 54c through billing 64e; No. 4 wbit 62c, through billing 62c; No. 1 whit mixed 53c through billing 54c; No. . t whit mixed 63 e, through billing 64c; No. 4 white mixed, 62e; No. t yellow 64c. through billing 64c; No. s yellow 64e. through 'billing 64e; No. 4 yellow. 62c: No. 1 mixed 63c through billing 54c; No. 2 mixed 63c. through billing 54e; No. 4 mixed, 62c; ear. 70 lb.. - 52c; rejected. 47c. Oata Firm; No. 2 whHe Me. through billing 24c; No. 8 whit 25e. through - billing 2ftc; No. 4 white, 24; No. 2 mixed 25c. through billing 25c; No. 2 mixed 24c, through billing 25c; No. 4 mixed. 23,tc. Hay Steady; choice timothy. 89.00; . No. 1 timothy. 88.75; No;, - ?, timothy, 87.60. ( "''. Inspections. Wheat No. 8 red, 1 car; nnmerchantabla. t cars - , total. 8 cars. Corn No. 3 white. ' T care; No. 4 whit, 2 cars; No., I white mixed. 2 cars" No. 4 yellow. 1 car; No. 3 mixed. 1 cars; No. 4 mixed. 1 cars; no established grade. - 1 car; rejected, 9 car; total. 27 cars. , Cats No. 2 white, 9 car; No. 9 whits, 1 cr; No. 2 mixed, 4 car;. No. 4 mixed. 1 car; total. Id cars. - Hay - VNo. 1 timothy. 2 car; No. t timothy. 2. cars); No. 2 clover, mixed. I car; total. 6 ( L: :'. Primary Markets. : Primary market receipts: Wheat Ml. 000 bash - els against 830,000 bushela corresponding day a year ago; corn. 655.000 bushels against 654.000 bushela Primary market shipments: Wheat 488.000 tHiahels against 420.000 bushela th correspond - tng day a vear ago; corn 613.0U9 bushels against 370.000 bushels. Minneapolis received 268 cars of wheat aad Duluth 13 cars, a tola. o. - . . Tit car th corresponding day; a year ago. St. Louis recetptsr - Wbeat, 104.000 bushel. gainst 152.000 bunhels th corresponding day a year ago; Kaaeas Ctty receipts Wheat. 291 cars, against 2S cars the corresponding day a year ago. .' - ''' Chicago' car lot Wheat. 51 Mr; corn. 402 core; oats, 299 car. Katlmated car at Chicago foe Friday - Wheat. 2 cars: Com, 171 cars; oata. 274 car. For Saturday Wheat, 4H ears: com. 640 cars; oats. 147 cars: bogs. 10.000 bead. Clearances Wheat none; flour 10.0n .. pack - agea, equivalent to 46.OU0 bushels of wheat; corn 106.01 bushels; oat 121.000 bushel. A. W. Thomaon's Grain. Letter. , ' . September 1. - wieat Short covering contributed ma terially to the better price rang In to - GAVE INTERESTING FOR NEWS ; j . ' t ; :;,:'.1'.:.,S :.,:,. i ........ Left to Right, Upper Row Norm Eugenia Noel. Feart Seymour. Some Prices for Saturday Marketers. ; wish people would select their" own watermelons and not blame us If they are not good." said the grocer. "It is getting1 on toward the last of the season, and good melons are hard to get. We buy the melons for cash, and do not guarantee them, but a customer who thinks he has not mad a good selection invariably sends it back and demand another. That ts the reason why prices seem high, for the customer who gets a good one has to hlp pay for those that are returned." . There are nearly a dozen different kinds of watermelons on the market that sell at ISo to 3&e each. retalL Cantaloup are to ba had for 60 to lfie each, according to sise and appearance. Picking the good ones is mostly guesswork on the part of. the buyer. - ; V; V ' . Grocers have a good variety o grape, mostly borne grown. Concords are 25c for Blx - round "baskets, and Niagaras 40c, while th California grape sell for 20c a pound. Peaches are selling at all prices, from 15c a quarter peck, down to half that price. There are no atrlctly - fancy peaches, but some good Michigan Elbertaa and Crawforda are expected next week. Apples are 80c to 60c A peck, and pears the same. Bananas, 15c . to 20c a doxen, are nncAanged, but oranges ar higher at 60c to GOe a' dozen for the best, and lemons aro atlll around 2Se a dozen." Some extra fine California plum are selling at 16c to 25c a dosen. Lettuce la 15c a pound; head lettuce. 10c each; corn. 15c a dosen; lima beans, 10c a pint; 'gTeen beans. 40c "a peck; Hubbard squash, 25c; summer squash, 6c and 10c; egg plant, 10c and 15c; cucumbers at ' all price, from 6c a dosen to 5c each; sweet potatoes. 60c a peck; common potatoes. 20c; cabbage. 5c; beet, .carrot, onions, .turnips and tomatoes, 40c a peck; pickling onions, 10c a quart and red peppers, 6c each. . t Eggs are a cent higher, at 22c a dozen for fancy.' and butter ia higher, at 20e a pound for the best creamery. .Dairy butter Is 20 to 25c a - pound. , Spring chickens ox "'frys" are 23c a pound; fowls, J3c, and young ducks, 25c a pound. day's market. . Throughout the session the tendencv seemed .ubwaro. wun .iiwrw September the best buyers. The - large de - l , .. I KmA v.r. ra. tuV,n rflM Of. 8I11 did not result lrt vth liquidation antici pated Dy some. Bepirmuer w41 " - - - r ih. leader. rorinir Ac advance against ., ' . T - . V. . T,.nlnA.M frrtlTl A nit standpoint cwukl not be alower; volume of trade - semea smaller man in iw - slons. and almost wholly local. As yet we see no change or anything likely - to bring about Immediate improvement. ; Cora Deliveries were not aa larger. as generally expected, but this was not considered a factor in the day's trading. short Interest apparently is content with prpeot.. range oi pnwa wiu oo - ,io. . over anxious to cover at this level. However, stocks are not accumulating fast. - OalS ClOSea - pracuc - jmy umiuiuj, with nothing of Importance on either aide of the trader Jv dull, stupid market about tells ine story wi una pi. - . r . uw.w th. a.tlirt Ar In, mar ket. the general impression seems to be that packers' support waa temporarily withdrawn, as prlcea easid off .throughout changed. ir; ""' ' ' ' ", '". - ' ' ' : - The. Wagon Market. V,y . v September 1. : Corn 554568c. :, ' ,'Vv '' Sheaf oata 8I.00C2.0C. r : - i - . v New ahelled oais 2527e. ,'":, - .' - Straw 85 0064.00. - - Millet 87.. tl.0u. ' Hay Timotby ' 4o4d), 810.0091100; new timothy. ' 8.OO9.00; , mixed told), - : 87.604J8.60i clover. 5i.OOtj7.00. . ,.'. . - . , xosxosiBaxsaxBaxsBBaaBBgoBx ' ' ;. ' Seeds. ' Indianapolis rtrt prlcas: Racleaned ed Red cloerseed. choice. 87.00; prim. 14.75; fair to good. 94 - 60; English claverseed. chgic. 17.00; prim. 36. - 76:. Alaik cloveraeed. thojee, 84.76; " aa. ie.ir ss A. nrima aa uft - white priiiiv, . . - - . . - r - . r , - cloverseed, 88.I0; timothy, choice. H - 2; prima, 11.80; fair to good. 81 - 4oI.95: fancy Kentucky bluagras. fl.56; biuegrass In chaff. 50c: English bluegraa. 9L45: orchard grass. 6l.70tfl.80; rod top la chaff, 75cjJL16; whit seed uats. spring Dsiiar, .iww w .. , . . - CHICAGO. September ' 1. Timothy SeVtetn - ber. $3.66: October. 33.60 March. 83.62. Clover August.' $12.00. . , ' , TOLEDO. September 1. Clover seed Opening. October. 86.27; December. 64.20; January. 84 22: closed, cash, 84.40; October. 84174 December. 24.20 b; January. 84.82; alslke. 17.15. Quantity of Corn on Hand. CHICAGO. September K The Trade Bulletin says: The corn crop of 1803 was 2.244,000.000 bushels, and quantity, remaining pn hand on the farms on November L 1902, was 129,000,000 bushels, making a total aunnlv for the croD'year of 2J73.000.000 bushels. Of thla.quantlty 81.000,000 bushels remained on hand on rnovemDer 1, i. Indicating that there were consumed and exported A 212,000,000 bushel. The corn crop of 1904 waa estimated by the Department of Agriculture at 2.4(77.000,000 bushels, which, added to the quantity carried over, 81.000,000 bushels, would give an aggregate supply, of 2,548,000.000 bushels. The increased quantity for seeding and general us may be placed at 50,000,000 bushels, and the Increase in exports about 55 OuO.OOO bushels, which would make the aggregate distribution about 2.3W.U0G.000 bushels, and leave in all position on ' November 1. 1906, about loo.OuO.OOO bushels. Any reduction In the latter quantity may represent an overestimate of the crop. . ' Wholesale Market. ' SUGARS F. o. b. Indlaaapolla: Crystal dom - atoes (5 - lb. cartons), 7.97c; sOagl tablets, .82o; cut loaf, a 12c; powdered, 6.fc:c; XX XX powdered, 6.87c; standard granulated. 5 62c; standard granulated, 100 - lb. bags. 6.62c; granulated, 60 and 20 - lb. bags. 6.53c; granulated. 8, 6 and 10 - lb. bags. 6.47c; fruit powdered. 6.r7e; cubes. 6.97c; diamond A. 6.72c; confectioners' A. 6.5o; No. 1 Columbia A. 6.87c; No. 1 Windsor A, 5.22c; No. 2 Kldgewood A. 5.22c; No. - 4 Phoenix A. 6 22c: No. 6 Smplr A, 5.17c; No. Ideal Goldea ex. C 6.12c: No. 7 Windsor ex. C, 6.07c: No. 9 Rldgewood ex. C. 4 - 7e: No. 9 yellow ex. C. 4.92c: h'c 10 yellow O. 4 - 87e; No. 11 yeUow, 4 - 77o; No. - 12 yellow, 4.72c; No. U yellow. 4.62c; No. 14 yellow. 4.67c; No. 14 yeflow, 4.67c. All powdered and hard sugars in small wis. iwim muvwm frm Einces. FLOUR Jobbers' prices per barrel, in sacks Straight grade, winter, 84.ov4a4.10; winter patent. 64.75; boring patents, 85.2&'a6 - 50; rye, f4.uu9 4 26; mill 2d and bran. 117.00; acrsenlngs, 8l8.00ti.21.00. " PACKAGE COFFEES F. o. b. Indlaaapolla: Arbuckle'a Artoea. 14. ate; Lion. 14.2ue; Jersey( 14 ZSe: Carcaa. 14.z6c: Dutch Java Blend. 17 5oc; Climax Java Blend. 14.2ae; Ouxloo, 14.25c ' W OOL .Wagon lots: Good tnerchaatabla, medium. 22; braid. 2uc; burry and unmerchantable, lfitSISc; fin merino and Westera. Ii C14c; tub - washed. 27j30c. HIDKd Green salted. No. I. 11 e; Ka 9. 20; No. 1 ca.lt. Uc; No. 8, 11 e; horse hides. No. L 83 25; No. 2. 8 3s. TALLOW No. 1. 4 - ic, No. 2. 2. ' - J.INSKHD Oil Raw, 46c; boiled. 4A . TURPENTINE Indianapolis, 27c A Corn Crop Pessimist. . A com man in central Illinois says: The effect of recent firing of co?n is now plainly seen In the result of the earing, the ears not being as heavy or well fill! nos falling over as they should I look for a great many nubbin, and small and noorlv filled ear. Instead of sixty to 8 eirhty buahels an acre, a expected, lt of Calda wtu not go over torty dusqois. ,, ;', - ,.. .. , . , .... "MIDWAY" FRESH AIR FUNDS A Photo by Idr. Katt C. Bryant Kline. - LowAr L Row Alice MeCrirJcg,' " .' . 5 ACREAGE WILL BE LARGE. ISpeclal to .Th Indlsnapnlls New ; ST. XOUIS. Sept. 1. Th J&odern Miller's crop outlook bulletin aays: An unusually large, fall demand for grain drills and fertiliser' spreaders is reported by Implement dealers, : Thl indicates . that a .large acreage wilT.lxi put Into winter - crops and cultivation wfl! be better than before. There Is ho Increase In deliveries of winter wheat by farmers. The present movement Is principally due to sales by country elevators or on exchange of stock , between the mar keta. ,i - v - .;''. '.'..'' ' LARGE RECEIPTS OF PEACHES It Takes Better Quality to Bring the ; V . - .".'r . ' - " Top Price.."" ' .' . - It was an "off day" on Commission Row. Receipt of peach are larg. Champions. Early Crawfords and Mountain Rose make up most of the offerings, and the range of price ia unchanged - at 61.001.50 a bushel. The market, however. 1 weaker,. as It takes a better quality to bring the top price. . . Although there la an abundance of watermelons, dealers say the season for Indiana melons Is nearlng its close, and next week it Is .expected that th prlc for fancy stock will advance. - After th Indiana crop is all In there are only a few shipments received here from Iowa. Com. mission men say .it Is a rare occurrence for Michigan watermelons to reach this market. .,. ..... - . The demand - for tomatffea I increasing, and with a d?crease In the supply, price how a good advance over last week. Th best tomatoes now sell readily at 75c a bushel, and there are few to be had for less than 65c, . . .. - v . . ' , - Where Kansas Wheat Goes. - KANSAS CITT. September 1 The distribution of wheat at Kansas City from July 1 to - August 28, shows 12.570.230 bushels. The O.CC8 cars shipped out durnlg the distribution were as below: M71waukee'and Chicago tfiat' billed)65i Minneapolis and St. Paul 137 St. Louis and Mississippi river........ 831 Illinois points ....k... ............ 14U Wisconsin points : ....................... 179 Middle States ...w. j6i Philadelphia. Baltimore, etc...... 171 New York for export - (Chicago).. .....J,11 Memphis and South and East 141 New Orleans 21 Galveeton ... a .......... .TotaJ ' Chicago Grain Prices In August. The range of Chlcag grain prices for - the month of August waa: Wheat . High. Low. I pork ' 1 High. Low. Sept. ,... 77'4 Sept. ,...r.,l5 67 13 17 Dec. ' ;.....J 79 OcU. .i......16 15 U 19 Corn . j - Sept, ..........65 51) lard - Old , ....55 51, Sept 11 t 27 Dec. ............46. 42 Oct, 8 20 t 37 Old ... .....49 44 . Oata .. . ' I Short Ribs - , - Sept. 2 26 Sept. 9 08 T 96 2 00 Deo. . . ....2 26jOct. ... 9 13 Chicago Wheat Receipts. ' CHICAGO. - September L Chicago received 4.346 car of wheat in August, or 1,071 cars more than last year, and the largest run since 1SW2, when 2,250 cars arrived. Receipts of com, 8,654 cars, or 1,531 cars more than last year, .and' th largest for the same time since 18a9, when ther were 11.431 car. In 1597 there were 32,90 cars, and May sold at 30c; in lfedS. with 20,000 cars, received, tt sold at 25c - Sugar and Coffee. . - NEW TORK. : September 1 Sugar Raw, nominal: fair refining. 8c; centrifugal. 94 - test. 3 15 - lfjf4c; molasses sugar. 8c refined, unsettled? crushed. 4c; powdered. 6.40e; gran - nlated.. IJpr. Coffee Steady ; No. 7 Rio, &. Molasses Firm; New Orleans. 28 g Sc. Cotton Receipts Break Records. MEMPHIS," Tenn., September 1. AM - records for any yenr were broken by th cotton receipts of the year ending to - dv. A total of 63.604 bale wer received. Including five new bales. The best previou record waa that of l?2 - '03. when the receipts numbered &S2.EU bales. ' - : Higher Freight Rate In Effect. All rail rate to the East "advance today. Th domestic rate oa rraln Is up 2o per 100 pounds and is 17c Chicago to New York. The export rate advances lc, and la 13ck - .. - St. Louis Metals. ST. LOCTS. e,,tember L Lead Firm. IK'S Also. Bpaitar Furm, 5.65a, JAP EliVOiS m SURPRISE VITTE Continued from Page One. ' 1 tlon from an Insane and Intolerable sla very. I was Hoping ther would bo no peace until Russian liberty waa safe. I think that this wa a holy war In th beat and nbbleat sense of that abused term and that no war waa ever charged with s higher minion. I think there can be no doubt that that mission Is now defeated and Russia's chains riveted, thl tlra to stay. I think the Csar wUl now withdraw tha mall humanities that hav been forced rom him and resume his medieval . bar barism with a relieved spirit and an Immeasurable - Joy. - 1 think Russian liberty ba bad tut last chance, and bua loot It. I think nothing has been gained by the peaca that is remotely com j - arable to wn at nas been sacrificed by it. on mora batle would hav abolished th waiting chain or billions upon billion of unborn Kunalans, and I wlah It could hav been fought. I hotxi I am mistaken, yet in all sincerity I believe that this peace Is en titled to rank as trie most conspicuous disaster in political History. 1 STORY IS ABSURD. Russian War Party la Not Urging Czar to Repudiate Peace Treaty. ST. . PETERSBURG. September L The Associated Press la in a position to state that the report emanating from Ports mouth to th effect that th war party 1 urging ine traprrur to repudiate lb treaty oi peac i untru ana aosura. ROOSEVELT IS INVITED. New Hampshire wilt Give Banquet to , Envoys. OT8TER BAT. L. I.. September 1 President Roosevelt received to - day. an Invitation on behalf of the State of New Kazr.ash!r to attend th bvncrut which is to B tendered by that Stat 'to th .peace envoys f Russia and Js.Dn. Th banquet probably will be given In the near TiititB - k Benatbi' BunaKmxn. who ntefad4 th In vlUlkul. rBif1v trl 4k 4 Kaai. Ieia - w M4BV44S 4 I"IW4 6 - 8A a - v UJ thtt TxU Aa2 thai ka assM.ljl Iw. - fc. 1 a. go to Nw Ilampahlr this month, but " - w - ,a a aaaata, ai w wuuira am uiisniai n a we 4h4Si U Ta; ci r - a - ill 1 BAJtr fx i nim T rt tat M)Tuai iDOtAVl tfl 4rrakF.gy - 4t4 VI. tv,(e.4 to Portsmouth or to th Whit fnountalna. mm aiB uejuijia fit nw a. 8irusirii " ' swvwcd, sres. i ajvtmi j aj Onvrnop aVrf T a ikj. x i t " - a - ng.t V WW 2 akU I v" II sBa dUccejiuM with th PriJt?nt, th crt - dm waas4 IWCUUJ nm.U LWr. maVQ Oil (IrVVn tXnint of Xhm envoys at PorUmouth. "y vc.io - i i ii v rmiaent mat every t hlns - bad been AVkna Kw aM.i.i. .uw ui.i. vi tw ri amps aire and riy th rjaorjla aft Porttmn,nK . n . . , . v. . Jouru of the plcnlpotentiaHes to Porfs - uivuui aa cuniiuruiDii inn aa mnvn rf as possible. They said to . the President there was no foundation whatever for the criticism published of the treatment of t ll a envnva an4 t K.I . i . . i pienipotentiarte themselves had exc presa tneir satisfaction with tbelr en tcrtaiuiurut. ',' - . IT WAS A FEARFUL BUTCHERY. Count Tolstoy Rejoices Because the War Is Ended. MOSCOW, September,!. Count Tolstoy received Information Tuesday that peace at Portsmouth was practically assured. according to an Intimate friend of the family: Commenting then upon peace a nil accomplished fact. Count Tolstoy who I living on hi country estate near th village or xasrutya. i'oliana. sa d: I am Indeed very happy to see the end of this fearful butchery, b U It I a great pity that thl war will not Ve the laat. It can not be th laat war because nations will nght each other so long as the social system remains uncnangeu. go long . a opposition and threats , ar - considered dogmas of society." Count Tolstoy made no comment on the condition of peace, declaring them to Ik - quite unimportant In comparison with th. final results to be attained through the conference. ., . - . ; . - . ; Roosevelt's Message to New Orleans, NEW ORLEANS, September I. Kvi denclng his deep sympathy with New Orleans, President Roosevelt has sent the following acknowledgement of a telegram applauding his service to humanity in restoring peace between th warring .nations In the far East to Mayor Martin Behrmanr - . "Oyster - Bay. N. T.. 'August 21 The Hon. Martin Behrman. mayor of New Orleans: No telegram has touched me so deeply as the one from yoU, showing that In th midst of her 'great trial New Orleans ia so keenly alive to all that affect the interests of the world and the honor of our own country. "You hare given fit expression, to the feeljngs of your brave and gallant people, for only those with lofty souls can. In th midst of their own grief find . time to think of others. I trust I need not aay how deep and constant my anxiety, ts for the welfar of your city and State. THEODORE ROOSEVELT." ROYAL ARCANUM PROTESTS. Delegates at Put - In - Bay Fight Increase , . ln Rates. PirMN - B AT; September L Vigorous protests against the increased rates of the Royal Arcanum, - as adopted at Atlantis City, were continued at to - day's meeting of the bo - Jy, "which was given over to hearing the opponents of the proposed changes. Speakers representing severs I F tales whose members la th organisation have declare 1 they will not adept tho revised schedule - 'aripeared - befora the meeting and presented thels reasotj for opposing tha changes. v Edwin Hrbden. of . Baltimore, recommended that what is known as "table A" In the new rates be tnt - de operative by five supreme council as to the age' of entrance and not of present attained age. and that the maximum ace of admission, be fixed at forty - five. He believed a change of rates was necessary to h f r - f uard the Interests of th order, and op - Ion "A" would creati a sufficient reaerve fund lor the necesltlc of the order. ' Millard K. Thotnpiiin. of Carlisle, Pa,, Indorsed the suggestions of Mr. liebden. advocating "tabl A" and no other. He aald twenty - eight aaaeaainent on the old baaia would ba about equivalent to "table A" and with either of the o long a the death rate Is normal the emergency fund would b suffldenL - William N. Swain,. of Boston, opposcel the aew rate and quoted atatlxtu - a of suspensions, showing their unpopularity. He urged the necessity of the supreme Council securing the confidence of Hie members. The committee appointed to hear the protesting delegate and puss upon their submissions is: ChairmA.i, 8. M. Lindsley, New York; A. 8. Robinson. Missouri; p. V. McGowan. New York; Z. T. Hrlndley, Pennsylvania; I. R. Benedict, Colorado; H. C. Miller. Illlncls; J. M.; wanhburne, - New Jersey; M. J. Murray, Massachusetts; Oeorye T. Hughen. Missouri; the Kv. F. T. Mo Fad - den, Virginia; Bernard Mcllugh, Illinois. BRlTT - KELSO.'i PICTURES. Four Miles of Film May. Have to be . V - r.': - . - . ' Used. NEW TORK, September 1. Herbert 1 Miles, Jr., of Miles Eros., pioneer operators In klnetortfcope photographs, left for the. Pacific xast to - day to produce in a eerie of moving picture th lightweight chamnlonrhlp match between Jimmy brltt and Battltng Nelson. Mr. Miles took with him four assistants and as many cameras, which have been especially designed for the contest. He 1 fully prepared to cover the fijrlit for forty - five rounds. He has among his photographic materials 20,0n0 fe - t. or nearly four miles, of films. Besldi - i io - tures of the flsht Itself others will be taken of Hrltt and Nelson and their respective follower and handlers In n),l around their trali'lntf quarters snd In th dressing rooms before the ring is entered. Mayir Schrnltz Renominated. SAN FRANCISCO, September 1. M - ynr Eugene E. Rchmlts has been unanlmoutdy renomlnat - d for mayor bv the - Vnlon Labor party for the third time. y - - 3 . r i r - 1 aai b - T md k - A Aa AA i e em 4 . r - r r"T r 7f , V 4 k a. . J a U C J CHEAP Lf.i:DS - F0n SALE - 11 nnett4nrtet ""''f ftp . wel I ti 'a - LlO I l - ..wt Th beat stork farming section In the e. With tha most promising future for surrlro'iur. Th lands, embracing nearly a mi. '.ion km. rtgtnany g - raated to the I!ouio a Texas Central Railway Company anl h , Texa A New iOrteana . Company, and h - t ' sitae ted in th coantle of Llnecotrh. ( I , - trea. Ilaasford. I?bennan. lJal!am. Ilarr. km, Hatchlnsoa. Roberta, aad H.mfhl.".. gala will be mad I tract of IW ai - res up t foar section, or 2.50O acres, to eark ur - rtieasr at price rangtng from II W to 64. CA per acre la th most fertile sod beet watered f - o - ttlon. Ttt land r just south of Beaver tM( pkktboma, aad tributary to th r.o. It I!.,nt system and lust West of Iay county. Ol.'s - koma. aad .trtbtnary to th Santa riri"'i. and hav goaay of la advantagea and char - . aetartstlc of Oklahoma land. They are a .vo reached by th Fort Worth aad Dearer ('!' R. R. New and Improved methods la cu:t:rat,,n. Sclentlfle knowledt; of climatic coDdltUna, tni th . adaptation of crop to aoi.s .wilt rt , Vy lacreas th vain ef these land It la a g - eal eppartunlty for th bomeseeker or Investor. The tube ta th property wa acquired direct from tha stats of Texas by the ra!h - cad. and warranty deeds ar give In all caste Ttis Una of sale ar very liberal aad the taxe ar very low. Fof farther In forms tlon. mac, booklets, err,, - Baser! loo of the land, and pasnenger hnd freight rata t aearest railroad point, art, r to j JOHN SCnASTIAM, lasseager Traffle Manager, Prick Island frs - tem, Ctiltago, Ili. ' j ' CSO. T. rnCHOLSON. ' ' Pssiree Traffc tneaeer. f ' A T. A kV. F. R. It.. Chicago. Ill, . Vic ITe4det 4 Paeeenger Trar'c Manager. Ft. Worth a I'enver City Ily.. . . Ft. Worth. Trxaa. C. O. CICSS, " 2 - aued Ouenraaisiooer. Baa Antonio. Texas. JL fi. DAVIDSON, ClaaeesJ Agent, to receive epptlrallcna for litnda In Hansford. Shwrtnen. I i Kim. snd Hartiry eoanUea. Chicago oflio. U tonaduock.bi:g. RIVERSIDE PARK DAM IS HOT TO BE OPEIltU MEANS WET EXCAVATION FOR EMERICHSVILLE BRIDGE. FINAL ACTION BY PARK BOAilD The sluice gales In the dam cros White river at th south end of Riverside Tark will not be opened. T I'srlc Board refused to give Its consent to - day. The County Commissioners had asked for the opening to lower th water In on effort to save money on the excavation for the Emerlchsvllle bridge. Or hi nJglngtoti, who has - tho boating privilege under contract at th park, told the board that It would damage his buslnens 22,600. '; At one time the board took favorable action, but it was rescinded later be cause no quorum was ; present., lilrarn Brown, president.; ld. that.jhe had thought the board woul not he. opped to the action as the County CommlKslonera represented that It wouUi aiwiit thum In saving enough money to make it possible to ul Id the Thlrtleth - rtreet brldn at th park. 81nce that tlm they )iive asked tor an tipproprlatioti ' for liis bridge.! '':' ' C. 15, Coffin said h wa not present at the meeting v. - hen lavorahln fiction'' wa taken, ind President Brown replteir thht h thouKht the mntter hd bten und - r - stoocL l - 'urthermore. he nld th:it by was under the impreeslou that mort tegulur . t I t n I, . biiAr.,1 I t It i,r,iu(ii:v. wo.4fc . ... . v . . - parks. ; .' Question Not to be Brought Up Again. The motion to let the water - out was op posed by Commissioners Coffltfand Merrlt. 1 1 .sn ... n vnt.,1 . f.vArulilv f .ail.'Lf .RI U H. sent, but he stand. with Eiwli.1 The IxMtrd might call in Maor Holtzn - iiin to break tha deadlock, bnt Ih' com mis signers said to - day that they hiid no - Intention of brtngir.g the question up aaiu. As to - his position on th matter, th mnyt - r says he could not state it until culled on by the boa id. A reprc4 nt - i live Itt the Central States Bridge tV iAiny, whti - h has the conlriu - t. m.ij Ihui work would go a hour! - and that th - : - .company would take Its chances. Bridge contractors say they wete given to understand that the. water would lie lowered, and for that reason they reduced their biiU nixut 6o.fM undir wlial they would hav been for wet excavation. " - " ' : INDIANA DEATHS. - V ' ANDERSON, Ind. September'' 1. Mrs. ElixalM th Ktnell, eignty - tnref years ota, a resident of this city since ISSi". died today. rUie wns the widow of th. - Into William O. Kthell and te moiher of Mrs. Dr. D. F. Miistnrd, Mrt. H. C. Rvnn, 1 - wls Kthell snd Frank Kthell.. this city, and W. K. Kthell. Wasnlnston, li. C. 8HEI.BY - V1LI - E. Ind., ' September 1. - Mr. Retjfcca I'owell ll - d last plrht at th ho"ne of hr ron - ln - law. r. M. M. Confellv, She. was elgliy years old nnd bad been slcb. ftr. several nionthr. BT.' PAl'Tfc - Ind.. H - rtembr I. Lnst night occurred the de.;tli of Mrs. 1 r I 1 st t Mulroy. elithty - 4wo ye:lr old. and d - rty years a resident here fehe was 11 naiiv - of Irelnd. - - . 1njAni I'll ia iiiu., 1 - , 1 1 1 1 r i William Heed, hr veteran aliowrnari, dicl here to - day. nftv years. lie v:. a muelclan with Van Anitnirg, Tm l i, - r a gnd other clrcu nian.igeTti year4 ri - , bIko with Forepauyh, hrlls and 'llli.tr - l - ng's attraction - . He wus a mei.nl.er of the Klks. : . x) ' r Chicago Golf Finals. . CHICAGO, September 1. Finals la th fifth annual women's Wastern golf championship to - morrow will ba contefit - 4 by two Chicago women Mrs. C I Luring, of Midlothian, and - Mrs. France An. derson, ' of Hinsdale. Each captured matches in tire semi - final to - day. iira. Ixsrtng removing Miss Kuth Hi.:ie. of Homewood. in a runaway match. 6 up 4 i. - play. - Mrs. Amlerwin won from !' Annie Palmetier m the ho - ne gre. - n 2 1 ? by a sensational finish holding a thirty - foot, uphill putt, dorml one. ' . 11 ; Fatally Hurt While Tuck - Pclrt!n - . rsneclal to The md.anapor Nwa.l LOOANRJORT. Ind.. S. - t temM r 1 While tuck - pointing the waKi of t r r Broadway M. E. church to - Jay, I'.'.n - rl Seeley, mason, becam d!xiy e - .l f :i from the sea (Told .to the cmcnt ri', tweiity t f - . - t below. U! t - ku.i wm ' lured and his collar - tiono w aa L n .. - 1. He can not live. Liverpool Craln stocks. MVEHIWlU Fepterriber I. The f t - Ini are the urt - lie of grntns e - 1 j: ,: - tl,,i,a at Liverpool: Flour. . ' . - ; wheut, 1.7'C,i i' - entnis ; corn. 1 t;ils; l.ar - on. t u s. ' ' ) ! . - . Fh'ni!il - r, X 1 ! tix - ; lntir, I... - - " Che, - se, boxes t I r 1 . Ill ', steamed. 4.!w tiercea, and i... t - . - i. oilier Kinds of lard. Crcom Corn Price,. CHICAGO, f are: St - '.f - cf.minon, S 4 . conm;.,ti to r;. l - efr.! - r 1 it" . i:i. 1 i'r t . c ., : 1 v o r f cur n, ce. ii . '.1. t i

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