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Louiavilo, Ky., Aug 31 Catto market
sternly and fnirly active.
Good to choice export $ G.7Gu 0.00
Fair to good shipping 5.00 a .GO
Good to choico huteherH .. fi.G0aG.85
Medium to good butchers.. 1.00 a -1.50
vjUood to choico itockers .. 3. GO u -1.00
fMedium to Rood Blockers . 3.00 a 3.2G
Common to medlun Blockers
Good to choice butchers. . 4. 7G
Medium to good butchers 3.7G a 4.525
Common to medium .... 3.00 a 3.G0
Good to choice stock urn . 3.00 u 3.G0
Common to medium stocker-
crs J.GC a 3.0
Good to choice butchers 3.75 a 1.00
Medium to good butchers 3.2A a 350
Fair to good Iwlognn 3.00 a 3.35
Common 2. GO a 3.00
Cv Good to choice butchers .4.00 a 4.25
Medium to good butchers 3.25 a 3.75
Common to medium butchers
2. 7G a 3.25
Dinner and cutrers . .l.GOa2.G0
Good to choico milchers 10.00 a 15.00
Medium to good milchers 30.00 a 37.50
Common to plain milchers 1 fi.00 a 25.0
V od to choice veals 5.G0 a fi.Oo
. dium to good .4.25. a GOti
sfelnmon 3.00 a 4.00
Sheep and Iitnbs.
Good to choice fat sheep 4.00 a 4.25
Fair to good mixed nheep 3.25 a 3. 75
Rough and scalawags . 2.00 a 2.G0
Good to extra bucks 3.25 a 3.50
Fair to good bucks. 2.75 a 3.2S
Choice yearlings . 1.25 a I.CC
Fair to good yearlings . 4.00 a 1.126
Spring lambs 5,00 a 6.2A
Hog receipts very light; market
16c higher, prirno heavies f(i.l0; mixed
100 pounds and up. JJ1.S6 to $8.ST ;
lights, J"4X i to JO. 10; pigs. I. to 5.tf
roughs, i 00 to Ifi.fio Clotted steady.
Chicago, Aug 31. -The what market
was dull and prices steady. A
strong market at Liverpool otrset the
excellent growing weather in this
country July 1-8 and 1-4 higher
at KV 1-4 a W 3-s, sold down to K anl
then advanced SO
Mtnneaolis, DuluUi and Chicago reported
receipts of 30 cars.
The high price for July was HI 1-4
and the close was strong with July up
1 34 at W 7-H.
The corn market was strong chiefly
because of light May opened
at 76 to 77c which was a new high
mark for the season. July ojened -un
changed to 1-M higher at CA 3-1 to CA
7-8 and sold at &i 1-K a 00 1-4. Kt
receipts ware 8S0 cars.
The high price for May corn was
7Jc, and it closed at T, 2c alovo the
of yesterday. Sentiment in the
ras duiiisii an iuv. iho hen
"lnt'for July was 00 7-8. The close
was string with July J 1-8 higher at
f.0 7 k
St. l.ouis Livestock.
St Louis, Aug 31 .
G.500, lucluding 2.100 Texnns. Steady
to 5c lower.
Heef steers, $-1.70 to 7.15; stockors
and feeders, f3 to 2; cows and heifers,
$3.76 to 0.25; Texas steers, $3.50 to
5,60, cows and heifers, $1.75 to 1.76.
Hogs HeceiptH 10,500; market
Pigs and lights, $3.75 to 6.55; packers,
$-1.75 to 5.50; butchers and best
heavy, $5. 15 to 5.55.
Sheep Receipts 0,500; market 6 to
Natives, $3.25 to 5; lambs, $-1.50 to
Cincinnati. .Hogs active,
10c higher. Hutchers and shippers,
$5.70 to 5.75; common, $-1.35 to $5.35.
Cattle slow and easy; fair to .good
i shippers, $5.25 to 0.25; comon, $2.60 to
Ip stoady, $2.75 to 5; lambs slow
vJ wer, $5 to G.25,
Chicogo Aug. 31. Cattle Receipts
about 2,000; marked steady; beeves,
$1.75 to 7.25, Tcxans, $-1.05 to $5.00;
westerners, $1.50 to $fi; stookers and
feeders: $3.50 to $5.50; cows and heifers.
$2.50 to ?G. 10; cnlves, $-1.75 to
Hogs- Receipts about 10,000, mnrket
Btrong to a shade higher; light $5.20 to
$5.50 heavy, $5.15 to 5.30; mixed,
$5.25 to 5,52 1-2; right $5.15 to 5.00;
good to choice heavy. $5.30 to 5.50;
pigs, $4 to 5.10; bulk of enles, $5.-10 to
nhout 10,000; market
weak at yesterday's decline: native,
$J. 75 to $5.60; $3.75 to
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Kromont Bennett. Modoc, Ind.,
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and lost out of eighty-five
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WHEN HER BACK ACHES.
A Woman Finds All Her Energy And
Marion women know how the aches
and pains that come when the
fail make life a burden.
hip pains, hoadachc, dizzy
spoils, distressing urinary troubles,
all tell of sick kidneys and warn you
of the s'oalthy approach of diabetes,
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Mrs hrnnia Wcluon, living on I
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"Kidney troublo had annoyed mo for
five years, and had greatly impaired
uiv general health. My back was
lame and pained me most of the time,
I had frequent headaches and could
scarcely sec at times. None of the
romodies 1 used seemed to givo me
any benefit until I finally procured
Doan's Kidney Pills at' Hayncs &
Taylor's drug store. The beneficial
effect of this remedy was truly marvelous.
And aftor two months thero
was not a sign of kidney trouble remaining.
I often recommend Doan s
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did not hear of this remedy' sooner as
it would have saved me much expense
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On July 2Gth, WOs, the death j
angel visited the homo of Mr. Kd-
ward Robertson, and took the sweet
spirit of his dear wife to dwell with
the b!oeed Savior.
Jant Julia w.t. horn Nov. Kith.
- - a--" r " -.
at Weston when sbo was fourteen
years of age, aod'hvcd a truo Christian
life until death. She was sick
six weeks and boro her sickness with
Christian fortitude. She was loved
by all who knew her and she always
had a good word for ovcry one.
It is so hard to part with tho one
wo loved so dear, but God doeth n'l
things well, so let us try to live so
we will meet our precious one in that
home where no sojrow over comes,
Though all that loving hands and
medical aid could do was dope but to
no avail. God saw fit to take her
for his own, She leaves besides her
husband, her father and onu sister
and a host of friends to mourn her
Peaceful bo thy silent slumber,
Peaceful in thy grave so low;
Thou no more will join our number,
Thou no moro our song will know,
Yet, again wc hopo to meet thee
Whon tho day of lifo is fled ,
And in Heaven with joy to greet thee,
Whcro no farewell tears are shed.
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We have ulvincc calls for over
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about 20,000 telegraphers on the
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WALDO PONDRAY WARREN
REFUSING TO GROW OLD
at forty or fifty who dre letting themselves think of
MEN as If their days of usefulness were waning
need one thing a new Idea of themselvae. They nsed
to tiave their thoughts turned toward a perfod ai greater
still before them. A noted author on lit seventieth
birthday said: "I expect to do the best work of my Ills In
the years now ahead of me. I have learned hat a man 'may
be as young as his thoughts. If he keeps Informed on present
day Ideas, and lives In the present Instead of In the past, he
need not be an old man at all."
This wholesome spirit would put new life and purpose
Into many who are letting go of their Interest In affairs because
they think they are growing old.
I heard the other day of a man who began to study music
when he was ftfty, and became proficient Irf It, 'Another man
became a painter of note, although he had not touched a brush
until he was forty-eight. Many of the best Works of literature
have been produced late In life. There are many Inspiring examples
to encourage those who will consider them.
If ever there was an emancipation Idea that needed to be
promsHgated It Is ths wholesome doctrine of refusing to grow
aid. When you her middle aged men talking of getting old,
Just advance this doctrinethat a man Is as old as he thinks,
and that he aheule) keep up with present day thought and
lock forward to yean of Msefulnees.
(OasyrteM. " T ioV D. Sowta.)
Miss Peck Gets 1,200
Feet Nearer The Sky.
Five Miles Up on The Icy Cliffs Ot
LI MA, Peru Aug, 215,-- Miss
Anna S. peck of providence, It, I.,
the mountain climber, sigualcd at 1
o'clock this afternoon her arrival at
an altitude of 2f,000 feet on Mount
Huascaran, the summit of which is
covered with perpetual snow.
The energy displayed by yss
peck in scaling this mountain has
brought forthexprcssions of astonishment
from the natives here. She is
acoompanicd hy two trained Alpine
Miss peck left N. Y two months
ago to make another attempt to reach.
the summit of Mount Huascaran. Un
an earlier trial she was compelled to
give up the attempt after reaching a
height or 17,1 TiOfJ ft., owing to the
cowardice of herguidos, By reaching
an altitude of 25,000 ft., Mi" Peck
has ascended higher than any man
or woman in the world. The previous
rccord was held by W. W. Graham,
who reached a height of 2M.S00
Miss peck began her mountain
climbing in Hi).) when "he scaled
& I TAVI
- l l -
the Mattcrhorn. She has also ascended
Mount Sorate. in Bolivia, reaching
a height of 20,.r00 feet.
WOMAN FALLS 900 FEET; LIVES
Abbottsford, Wis., 27-Dropping
through the air, 1)00 feet, when
the rope attached to her parachute
snapped, and caught in the branches
of a tree 'M feet ; from the ground
j where sure death awaited her, had
she landed, The branches broke the
fall, and the woman was taken from
there in an unconscious condtion. An
examination showed that Mrs. Jones
was suffering from several broken
ribs and was otherwise Internally in
jured. Physcians state that sho
A thought for the Day.
Exactness in little duties is a wonderful
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--F. W. Faber.
Aahtabula, O.. Aug. 29. -The last
stone was laid today on contracts for
a government breakwater at this har
bor. The result is a mile stretch of
sea wall that stands S ft above low
' water and affords B safc an-
chorage for all craft, as well as a
protection for the harbor entrance of
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