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The Markets X 5:
Louiavilc, Kv-, Sept 15 Catto market
sternly anil fairly active.
Good to choice export. $ 5.75 a G.OO
Fair to pood t"hippinfr
Good to choice butchers . ft. 50 a .85
Medium to good butchers . 4.00 a -1.50
j Good to choice atockcra . 3.50 a
TMcdium to jjood stockera U.bO n U.25
Common to tnediun
era 2.50 a 3.25
Good to clioice butchers 4 30a 4.76
Medium to Koodhutchcn. ..3.75 a 4.25
Common to medium 3.Q0 a 3.50
oGood to clioice Blockers 3.00 a 3.5P
Common to medium
ers 2.EC a 3.0
Good to choice hutchuri 3.75 a 4.00
Medium to good butchora 3.2o a 350
Fair to jjood ItoloKtiu 3.00 a 3.35
Common .. 2.50 n 3.00
Good to choice butchers 4.00 a 1.25
Medium to nod biitcliera 3.25 a 175
Common to medium butch
Cannern and cutrera J. 50 a 2.50
Good to choice milchera 40.00 a 45.00
Medium to good milchera 30.00 a 37.50
Common to plain milchera 16 CO a 25.0
Good to choice veaU 5.50 a C.Oti
Medium to tfood - J. 25. a 500
(otnmon 3.00 a 1.00
vJ Sheep and I.nmbe.
Good t diuice fat sheep. 4.0(1 a 1.2ft
Fair o good mixed sheep 3.25 a 3.75
Hough and acnlawas . 2.00 a 2.50
Good to extra bucka 3.25 a 3.50
Fan to good bucJii 2.7i a 'i.'i!
(. h ki yonrlings 1.25 a l.5
Fair to Kod yearling I.'0 "
Spring IninlM .. . . 6 mi a 5 25
K rocetpta vory liht . iiuimct
1 k hnhur; prime hdAvlae Jt r mixed
l poumU hikI up. J6.90 ta ;:,,
Ighta, & XV f.. W.50; nzt. J t. r.
rr ujrh". $! 00 to $6.50 Cloned
i hi ago. Sept 16. -The what n.ar
ket waa dull and prico atendy A
utroni: market nt l.ivorpool olraet the
excellent growing weather in th
country. July opened 1-8 and 1-1 hil
at 'J 1-4 a W aold down to vi ard
then advaiKinl .
Minnenpoba, Uiiliith and Chicago
receipt of 80 cars.
The high price for July was '' 1-1
find the cloe was strong with July up
1 "J 4 at HO 7-.".
The com market waa strong ihit'ly
because of light otfuringa. May open
cd at 70 to 77c which vna a new high
mark for Uie Benson. July opened -un
changed to IS higher at 05 3 1 to 05
7 and aold ut M a tVJ Local
receipts wore KM I cara.
The high for May corn was
7P and it eiwd at 78, 2c above the
fOone of yesterday. Sentitnunt in tie
waa bullish all day. The high
jolnt for July iG 7S. The clone
was .strong with July 1 I -A higher at
St. ixuiia Livmtock.
S Louis. Sot 16 . Kcc'p
5.100, iucluding 2.100 Toxans. Steady
1 3 5c lowor.
Heef ateera, $1.70 to 7.16: atockera
and feeders, f3 to 2. cows and heifers,
3 75 to 6.26; Texaa eteera, J3.50 to
5 00, cows and heifers, $1.75 to 4.75.
Hogs -Receipt 10,500; market
Piga and lights, $3.76 to 5.55; packers,
$4.75 to 5.50; butchers and best
heavy, 55 to 5.55.
Sheep Receipts G.500; market 5 to
Native. $3.25 to 6; lambs, $4.50 to
Cincinnati, .- Hres active,
10c higher. Hutchcrs and Hhirpers,
$5.7 to 5.75; common, $-1.35 to $6.35.
Cattle slow and eaay; fair to good
shippers. $5.25 to 0.25; comon, $2.50 to
Slnp stonily, $2.75 to 6; lambs slow
md lower, $5 to 0.25.
L Chicago restock.
ynicago Sept. 15 . -Cattle Receipts
about 2.000; marked steady; beeves,
$1 75 to 7.25. Texana, $-1.05 to $5.60;
westerners, $-1.50 to $0; stockera and
feeders: $3.50 to $5.50; cows and heifers.
$2.50 to $0.40; calves, $1.75 to
Hogs -Receipts about 10,000, market
strong 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 5.30;
good to choice heavy. $5.30 to 5.00;
pics, $4 to 6.10; bulk of cales, $5,40 to
Sheep Receipt! about J0,000;
weak at yesterday's decline; native,
75 to' $5.60; western W.Tfl to
$5.W: yearling, 5.75 to 6.3S; If",
fl.75 to 7.; western, 14.75 to 7.20.
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I KSs I
lliotisnnds of Aroork.m -in
our hniiK s v dally fincnlicing
tin u lit s to chit.
In order bo the homo neat
niul pti tty, the cluMnn well dressed
and tidy, woimn oerdo. A fetnalo
weakness or displ.uvment is often
hriitithtou and they biiller in silence,
drifting frum bail to worse,
knowing well that they ought to
have hplji to oven nine the pains and
nclu'sttlii. h tlaih m.tke life u burden.
It Is to f.iitnful women that
as a 1hx)ii and a blessing,
us it did to Mrs. V. Klls worth, of
Mayville, N. Y., and to Airs. W. P.
Boyd, of Beaver Rills, Pa., who say:
" I was not able to do my own work,
owing to the female trouble from which
1 suffered. Lydla B. I'inkham's
helped me wonderfully,
and I am so well that I can do as big a
day's work as I ever did. I wish every
sick woman would try it.
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E.
Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
standard remedy for female ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulceration,
fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bearing-down
Why don't you try it?
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women to write her for ndvlco.
She bus fruided thousands to
health. Addrrm, Ljnn, Muss.
A pleasing, good high grade, truly
flavored, amber colored cup of coffee
can be had -and without the real
Coffee daugcr, or damage to health
by dimply Uhiug Dr. Shoop's new
siibatitnte. called ' Health Coffee."
Pure, wholesome, toasted cereals,
malt, nut?, etc, make Dr. Shoop's
Ileal In Coffee both healthful and
satisfying. No -0 or 3(1 minutes
tedious boiliug. "Made in a minute"
says Dr. Shoop. If served as
coffee, it's taste will even trick an
expert. Test it and ire.
Harm ft Tate.
CULLING THE FLOCK.
YVorK Mutt Be Carefully Dona If the
Flock la to De Improved.
There Is no work In tho poultry
yard of mi re lmportaneo than that qf
rullliiR. Cloao cuillnK Is the only way
to succeed H ra.slng our Ideals each
year. To have the nerve to reject
eacn year all birds which fall to meet
our Ideal of the breed, or our nearest
approach to It In our own flock la to
rnlHo the aurago quality of our bird
In oi.e jear mire than the Intf dilution
of pure brod males In two. Each
au&ion brings but a tow extra good
birds; our effort muat be to know
thede and to weed out the worst,
which we cannot do unless we study
the standard, declares Wallace's Farmer.
It la safer to discard disqualified
birds at once, though they
do have a provoking way of being tho
best lookers of the flock excepting for
this littl disqualification. Tho standard
makers probably know more about
the cbanca of such birds reproducing
tbtso defects than we do. In our own
experience one of the best
wo ever had unfortunately had
no spike to his comb We bl!oved
th chances of this disqualifying; defect
appearing In his progeny wero
about ereu and used him. His chicks
were a constant annoyance, rnogt of
them, If not all, hud no spike. Otherwise
thy wero boautlos, so truo to
type In shape that w could almost
choose them from the flock by their
shape alon We Blmply didn't dare
trust ourselves with the pullets alter
frying slao, knowing that If they
aa they gavtt promise of
that we would be tempted to keep
ttvetn tor winter eggs, and to risk cne
or two la the brooding pu There
Is tavn none Veaatatlom to overlook
tubs on the feet oX smooth legged
varieties, white 1b ar lot, off col
erd nrm, eta WrUsout close study
at the standard wo may cultivate a
moet serious defeat One brooder
found that h was breeding birds with
"roacbed" hocks until to a visiting
poultry Judge hrs entire flock saemed
dfltormed. Tot the egg farm It do
not matter whethor or not a bird Is
dlnqujdlflod. but If oggB are saved for
hatcalng from the entire flock we can
not 'ull too closely letter fewer birds
of good quality than u largf flock of
poor quollt Our profits lie in Im
prolng Oie floek each ear In culling
close Not onlj can tho appearance
of lh ' 'ck b altered to mil 'he
c " .. usto by eulllni; and bnWlng
i my from birds with the traits he dt
stri's to sev reproduced, but the In
Ulble traits can be changed
Th- to la well, tho glze and
of the eggs, the tendency to
mature quickly, to fatten rapldl), t.ie
iunllfy of meat a"id gi'tioral rln ac
,r1s.lcs an all mat'.rs of iuht rl'anco.
ARMY OF THE WEST.
I T 'n thr ufiil wrpt
"I Mi., utat,
Tt.i" i hi n i 1il.ii.ni
n rin nil In uniform
And luBnliiK pl'ii
Tlfl sunsut thrn' n
whUprr In tho ramp
' ilay'i relpiipc
-1 milt pprlnx up 11.1
fr.'tn a nitillltutlo
Of p'i. a ! .
N ihia Army o'
t nlll. befurp th linrvrn.
ter It btimli
Its mlRhty head
No Urn; of trur hImjv
h i.'IkIii array
i' Miok from thankful
of I fit the world'
The Tern Dish.
A pt'iisible. bandy substitute for the
rd.nary fern dish can be made by
lttliiK any pretty bowl or vegetable
j ilNIi, and llnlnK It uith a basket mado
of loosely woven wire Line this with
moss, till It with rich earth ami plant
ivy or fern. Any trallliiK plant Is better
In the center of the tablo that It
may not obstruct the view The wire
basket may be lifted out for watering,
Mitmlng. etc , with no daiiKer of breaking
or ynllliiK thn dish.
This Is the season of sandwiches;
w hem we take lunches to the park, or
serve tea on the back porch Meaty
s.uulwiches seem too heavy, yet we
like the flllliiK moderately substantial.
The following Is a happy compromise
le any left-over meat (boiled or
roasted),' add an equal quantity of
crushed bread ci iimbs. and season
highly with salt, pnprlkn and celery
mod Or, better still, buy one-half
Kiuud Hamburger steak, and boll It a
few minutes with water to barely cover
and one chopped green popper. Mix
this with bread crumbs and spread on
thinly buttered bread
The Value of Salt Pork.
The cheaper cuts of baef are much
Improved by the addition of a little
salt iork Chopped up with the
steak It affords the necessary
grease, and it Is also nn Improvement
to roast, laid on the top and used for
Imbting Fry It in the ot before tho
pot roast is added; it will brown the
finvy, ac well as enrich It. Salt pork,
sliced ety thin, rolled In cgn and
dipped In bread crumbs, may be fried
for breakfast and the family won't
know It from the b.t brand of bncon.
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"I suffered for IS years." writes
Mrs. Al.cn, ol Uatham,
Va- "with various female troubles.
I had such a backache that It
drew me over, so I could not stand
straight. The doctors could not
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deriving so much benefit from Klei.
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of Christian Life
By REV. A. C.DIXON, D.D.,
i Pallor of llir Chicafo Are. (Moody ') ..
Church, Chictf o.
"Thf foundation of repentance from
dead win nnd of faith toward God,
of th- d'leriao i,f baiitlsms and of
mi of liuiids. anil of resurrection
rf th d ad and of eternal Judgment "
E x j)
1b In the
works " Not repentance
Sin is not a dead
work but rather
a Work that kills.
It is the assassin
which by slow
poison or by
tho soul. A
dead work Is a
work upon the
merit of which one depends for salvation
apart from Jesus Christ. It Is
dead because it Is separated fiom the
sourcis of all spiritual life. The man
who depends upon his character as
the ground of justification beforo God,
while he declares that he has no need
of an atoning Saviour, is relying upon
a dead work. The man who depends
upon salvation through baptism or any
other external ordinance Is trusting to
a dead work. Dead works are like
wax fruits manufactured and hung
upon n tree They look like fruit, but
they nre not, because they lack tho
life of tho tree.
Faith Toward God.
A Foundational Attitude of soul
Is In the words "faith toward
God " The opposite of faith toward
works. There can bo no growth without
tills soul attitude toward God. As
well try to make a plant grow that
never turns Its leaves toward the sun.
As well seek the development of ani
mal life without the light. It Is more
than fnlth toward truth. One may
that the Bible is the word of
God without trusting God for
tlon One may even believe in the
deity of Christ without accepting
I Christ as the Saviour. One may be-i
Move In salvation by grace without
I'Hiprintlng grace for his own
'ion Faith toward God In Christ
I means salntlon. Faith toward God
, the Holy Spirit means jMiwer. Faith
. toward God tho Father means sonshlp
Doctrine of Baptisms.
A Foundational Disposition is in
the words "the doctrine of
" There may be reference to
the ceremonlnl washings of the Jews
or to Christian baptism, perhaps to
both Hut the underlying meaning Is
the same In both cases. The Jews
practiced these ceremonial washings
because they believed that God had
commanded them. The Christians
baptized because Christ commanded
It The dibpi'sltlon of the soul In both
, cases was tho same, though the dis
position of the Christian marked a
higher type of spirituality than the
dlipoMMon of the Jew. In both cases,
however, that disposition could be defined
ns the spirit of obedience. It
was n desire to please the one they
worshiped and loved.
Resurrection of the Dead.
A Foundational Faith Is In the
I words "resurrection of tho dead."
Doth words In the Greek are without
the article and might be translated
insurrection of dead things, whether
souls, bodies or institutions. It Is
fundamental that a Christian believe
In resurrection, which means the
power of God to give life to the dead.
Of course, he believes in the resurrection
of Jesus Christ, and ho does
not explain it away by silly talk about
suspended animation. His Lord was
crusified, dead and burled, and rose
from the dead on the third day according
to the Scriptures. The very
body that was laid away In weakness
came forth In power. The very body
that was entombed a natural body
came out a spiritual body, not a spiritual
spirit, but a real body, although
no longer subject to naturnl law, being
ever hereafter permeated and
dominated by tho Spirit. Of course,
the Christian believes In the resurrection
of his own body. "All that are
In the graves shall hear the voice of
the Son of God and shall come forth."
Laying on of Hands.
A Foundational Equipment is In
the words "laying oi) of hands."
Beyond doubt this refers to the
of the Holy Spirit. The
npostles laid their hands upon people
and they received the Holy Spirit.
What relation the laying on of hnnds
had to the Imparting of the Holy
Spirit we are not told.
As to whether one porson to-day has
tho power to Impart tho Holy Spirit
to another we do not know. If It be
true, then our dllllculty Ib In finding
the person or persons who have such
Foundation Expectation Is In tho
words 'eternal judgment." Judgment"
may mean a decree for
us or against us, though Its usual
meaning is a decree of condemnation.
Judgment for tho penitent believer is
eteraal, and judgment against the
mpenltent sinner is eterrul. Certainly
there Is no teaching that either
decree will be revoked nfter death.
In the four cables of the Manhattan
Bridge, now being constructed over
.nr K.irft river, New York, thera will
tie 23 1"0 miles of wire, weighing
V vonnds and costiuf l,W,Ui.
F. W. NUNN,
Suito'3, Beehive Block
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work provos unsatisfactory, pleaso
call at my offioo at onoc.
Miss Nell Walker
and Notary Public
Office with Blue & Nunn.
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