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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
September 5, 1895 CARLISLE EXPLAINS. Charge Made by Hon. John W. R-aga In Regard to HI Speeches. Palestixk, Texas, Sept 4. Hon. John W. Reapan, in bis recent speech before the silver convention at Fort Worth, referred in very uncompli mentary terras to the ' secretary of the treasury of the United States and in sinuated that Mr. Carlisle, in his Mem phis and Covington speeches, "made statements utterly unwarranted;" that certain portions of his argument were misrepresentations of facts and that on account of the high standing of the gentleman the people were beginning to believe that which he seemed to think was not the truth. Mr. Carlisle has answered the charges in a letter to the Hon. John Young Gooch, of this city, In which he Bays: "The denial of Mr. Kclley that he knew the contents of the act of ls73 is ' most remarkable in view of the fact that he introduced the bill himself in to the house of representatives and that when he introduced it it con tained no provision whatever for the coinage of any kind of silver dollars. It was subsequently amended in the bouse so as to provide for a dollar con taining 3S4 grains of silver, which was to be a lesral tender to the extent of 85 and no more. In the senate this amendment was struck out and a pro vision was inserted for the coinage of a Bilver dollar containing 430 grains of standard silver to be culled the 'trade dollar,' and intended for use in China and Oriental countries in competition with the Mexican dollars. "It is quite possible that some of the members of the house and senate did not know that the act of 187a omitted the old standard silver dollar from the coinage but it is scarcely possible that a majority of them did not understand its provisions in this respect The truth is that nobody cared very much about the silver dollar at the time, as it had not been in circulation in this country for at least thirty-five years, it constituted no part of our currency and the bullion contained in it was then worth mors than the bullion con tained in the gold dollar. " SUICIDE OF C, A. NOBLE. Uatrlmonial Complications Too Much for Leavenworth Man. . Leayknwobth, Kan., Sept. 4. Charles A. Noble, 48 years of age, went yesterday afternoon to a house in which his wife is mistress, and killed himself with a revolver. The woman, who is his third wife, had begun di Torce proceedings against him and for this he committed suicide. Noble came here a few months ago from Kansas City, where it is said, he is well connected, and opened a saloon. It is said that a few years ago Noble sold realty in Kansas City to the Corrigans for S3 3, 000 cash. . Noble's first wife died an invalid in Colorado. He soon remarried, but his second wife obtained a divorce, be came an actress and then committed suicide. In his third matrimonial ven ture Noble took an Independence, Mo., girl, and they took quarters in Kansas ity, renting out rooms for alivlihood. Then they drifted to Leavenworth, with the result reported above. He ' left a short history of himself, reciting his financial troubles and his marital misfortunes. MARKET QUOTATIONS. Kansas Citt. Mo., Sept 4. A few early sales of wheat to-day were about at yesterday's prices, but the markot soon weakened and prices declined about a cent all around. Offer ings wore laTKO and ovor bait the good samples were spring wheat. Hard W boat-No. 2, 59Ke; No. 3, 67c; No. 4, 6So. Soft Wheat-No. 2 red, 60c; No. 3, 5UV4o; No. 4, 8'2o ; rejected, SOo ; no grade, 4Uo, Spring Wheat No. 2, 67He ; No. 3, Die ; rejected 49o. Corn No. 2 mixed, lOo: No. 3, 272ioj No. 4, 232So; no grado ffio; No. 2 81 &o; No. a, 30o. Oats-No. 2 mixed, 18oi No. 3, 15c i No. 4 lftglito; no grade, 9illo; No. i wbite, 2l0j No. . 20c, Eye No. 2, iZa; No. 3, nominally i0o; No. 4, 88c. Flaxseed Market stoady; August, nominally SOo ; September 90c Corn Chop Weak ; 626lc per cwt sacked. Bran Weak; 5052o per cwt sacked; bulk, O less. Kggs Candled stock, llo. Poultry Hens, Be; springs, 7o ; roosters, 15c. Turkeys wanted at 7c, except springs which are worth loss. Ducks. 6 jc; springs, 7a Goose, not wanted, 8ii4o;. springs, 7a Pigeons, 76c&$l per dozen. Butter Market firm; good dairies scarce; considerable poor stock coming in. Extra faaoy separator 17o; fair, Ui!fl5;4o; dairy, fancy, firm, 11c; fair, l-o ; store packed, fresh. Dgllc; ol grades, So. Apples Markot glutted and slow, 1530o per bu according to quality, lxU$l per bbl. Potatoes Stoady 20c, bor bu in cur lotst fauoy, 23o per bu; 25o iu a small way; sweol potatoes S50o per bu in a small way. ' Chicago lioard of Trade. Chicago, Sept. 4. The following Is the range of prices of the grain and provision market on the board of trade: I Close Close High. Low Sept. 3 Aug. SI Wheat August 61 H 60 60 60tf September... 63H dlii 61 t3 December.,.. US U! 6ii 67tf Cons August 36 34V4 W'4 86 September... Wi 29 29 ao May 31H, t0 iUW Ui Oats August....... m ISVi 1SK 1894 September... l 17 13 Ib'r, May U3t a -l!n a Pons AugUBt 8 92 8 45 8 8 05 September... 9 05 8 60 S 6j 9 0) January 10 02 9 6iy, 6JV Wii Labd August 5 95 5 &- 5 82 S 95 September... 6 05 ft i 5 8;;-, 6(0 January 6 00 6 78n 5 0 i Wtf SlIOHT filBS August S 90 5 62(4 5 65 5 80 September... 6 00 5 65 6 70 5 9) January.... 5 25 5 024 5 02'4 6 LIVE STOCK. Kansas Citt, Mo.. Sept . Cattle Be. ceipts, ,924: calves, 6S7; shipped yesterday 1.303 cattle ; 135 calves. The market was in some cases lOo to 13s lower. The following are representative sales : Dressed beef end export steers $4.85655.40 Texas and Indian steers 2.753.25 Btockers and feeders.... 2.50115 Calve 8.0BSt0.58 Western steers ...&) Texas and Indian cows 8.50Q7.53 Hoys Receipts, 5,455; shipped yesterday, 146 The market was strong to 5o higher. The top sale was $1.40 and the bulk of sales from t.2D4.S5. THE SUGAR BEET. It rronlM to Bwona a Factor In tbs World's Sugar Market. Norfolk, Neb., Kept 3. There are about 4,000 acres of sugar beets in Norfolk district, all ' laid by," and in much better condition than in an previous year. Recent rains have ben efited the bests greatly and with con tinued favorable conditions for root development the results of the harvest will exceed other seasons and will probably be more tban 40,000 tons, which would mean an output of some 7,000,008 pounds of granulated sujjar, and a run of more than K0 days and nights. The advantages of beet culture were clearly demonstrated last year. Dry weather reduced the tonnage, but made the root richer in sugar. Weather conditions cut other crops very short, so that the beet was the chief one, and in many cases the beet crop is equally as heavy in other parti of the states. It is believed that the enormous sugar output of the state will be a factor in the world's sugar market. DETERMINED TO DIE. "While Recovering From Ills Wound Ha Hwallows Carbolic Acid. Omaha, Sept. 3. R. T. Allen, the musician from this city who attempted to commit suicide by shooting himself in a New York Central train from Buf falo to the east last week, was entirely successful in killing himself Sunday morning. Ue was iu the Fitch hospi tal, where he had been taken to have his wound dressed, and Saturday night got hold of a bottle of carbolic acid and swallowed such a large dose that he died within an hour. Allen was a man of a family, whose daughter is studying music in the New York con servatory and whofse son is employed in the composing room of a New York paper, lie would have inherited a large estate in JSelfast, Ireland, upon the death of his father. His body is at the morgue in liutlalo awaiting the coming of his relatives. AWARDED TO BEEMER. Profits Above Three Thousand Dollar! Revert to the State. Lixcpi-x, Neb., Sept. 3. The board of public lands and buildings met yes terday and decided to award the pen itentiary contract to ex-Warden A. D. lieemer. Bids were opened Saturday, but the board reserved its decision until yesterday, Uuokstaff Bros, ol this city presented seven different propositions in their bid and Mr. Be mer presented one, which the board accepted as the best. In brief, Mr. Beemer agrees to care for convicts at 30 cents per capita, the state to fur nish him all penitentiary property and keep the same in repair, lie in return to account for all money received and paid out, and to refund to the state all moneys coming into his hands, less $3,000. lie is to pay his own book keeper. 1 Sugar Meet Factory. York, Neb.. Sept. 3. A mass meet ingof farmers of York and surrounding counties will be held in this city Sep tember 6 for the purpose of discussing the sugar beet question. The matter of obtaining a plant at this place is be ing vigorously pushed, and already a great number of acres are subscribed to be planted in beets. It is thought that there will be no trouble in sedur Ing 3,000 acres, the number required, as the farmers of the county seem to be interested in the subject. Those who have raised the beet in this coun ty are so well pleased with the results that they will cultivate more the com ing year. After Hank Robbers. Superior, Neb., Sept. 3. Two men robbed the safe at the postofflce at Burr Oak, Kas., by blowing it open. Several hundred dollars was taken. The robbers were traced to this city and boarded a treigbt train at Hardy and jumped off the train east of fiub bell. Officers are close upon their trail. One is about live feet six inches tall, of dark complexion and wears dark stiff hat, dark vest and coat and gray pants. 1 he other is larger and similarly dressed, of dark complexion. Both wear dark mustaches. It DUIn't Work. Lincoln, Neb. , Sept. 3. A boy went to Gillian's feed store the other day and ordered f00 pounds of flour 'de livered to Guy's bakery on Second and E streets. When the flour was de livered they shut the door in the face of the man who took it down and re fused to pay him for it lie promptly reported it to the nolice and Officer Sipe was detailed on the case. After considerable persuasion he succeeded in inducing the people to give up the flour. Fell Thirty Feet. Omaha, Sept 3. Willis Yates, brother of Henry W. Yates, attempted to run the elevator of the iron baak yesterday evening in the absence of the conductor ana after a struggle, in which he was nearly crushed, he feu under the elevator as it went up and lighted on the floor thirty feet below. It is not yet known whether or not he will live. llnslness Improving. Lincolx, Neb., Sept. 3. The Burl ington has decided to open three of its stations which were closed some time ago on account of dull times. Elyria was opened yesterday, Cushinsf will be opened today, and Karwell will be opened Thursday. This move is taken as an indication of an increase in business and is encouraging to those who are out of work. Upholds the Law. OgalAixa,. Neb., Sept, 3. la the hearing today for the confirmation of the organization of the alfalfa irri gation district, Judire Neville con- "firmed the organization, the issue of the bonds, and decided the irrigation district law constitutional. The case will be carried to the supreme court Burglary at Gordon. Rushnille, Neb., Sept 3. The hard ware store of F. J. Andrai of Gordon was burglarized Sunday night to the extent of $200. The goods taken were cutlery, revolvers and shelf goods, No clue to the thieves yet. VALUABLE BEQUEST8. Will of the Late M, 17. Payne Chorchef nd Colleges Remembered. Walters, Iowa, Sept. 3. The lata M. V. I'ayne the famous Fremont county millionaire who died a few days ago, was a most interesting and original character. He was a life-long friend of Jefferson Davis, and when the latter was elected president of the Southern Confederacy he appointed Payne secretary of the interior, but he never served in that capacity. On the contrary he came north and settled in Fremont county, where he has since amassed a fortune estimated at from 81,000,000 to $3,000,000. He owned land in every state in the union except one, though the most of his real estate was in Fremont county, where he had 16,000 acres. When Jefferson Davis died he owed Mr. Payne 8100,000, which he had forgotten to pay. When Davis died, Payne was called to his home in Mississippi to preach his funeral ser mon. Payne's will, just filed for pro bate, shows his money bequests to be 228,000 aside from his real estate. Besides making liberal provision for his widow, children, relatives and ser vants, he bequeathed to Charles S. Ilantry, of the Firebrand, Shenan doah, and his school, 85,000; M. E. ehuroh, Soutji, loan fund board of church extension, 820,000; M. E. church, South, on the home place, thirty acres, so long as used for church, purposes; Central college, Fayette, Ma, endowment fund, 810,000; Park college, Parkville, Mo., scholarship iund, 810,000; Tabor college, Tabor, Iowa, endowment fund, 810,000; to the needy widows, and orphans under 12 years, and spinsters over 40 years, and all preachers now living upon any land in Fremont county owned by said testator, or who may hereafter live upon any of said premises during the ownership of his heirs, 830,000. COMPETE WITH THE EAST. What the Report of the Colorado Fuel nd Iron Company Demonstrates. Dentbjb, Col., Sept. 3. The third annual report of the Colorado Fuel and Iron company for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1805, just made public, shows that the gross earnings for the year were 85,607,183, as compared with 1,375,474 for the preceding twelve months. The company earned all Its fixed charges, paid a dividend of eight per cent on 82,000,000 preferred stocks and at the end of the year had a but plus of 84,874. The net earnings were 8804,339, an increase of 8143,464 over the preceding year. L The coal product showed an in crease of 141,649 tons and the coke product increased 65,993 tons. The total product of coal was i.480,425 tons and of coke 249,250 tons. The company produced upwards of 550,000 tons of manufactured iron. It has been shown that the Fuel and Iron company can produce iron and steel at prices that compete successfully with the large eastern factories. CORPORATIONS AT WAR The 'Western Colon and the Southva Pacifio at Outs. 8AK Fbah Cisco, Sept. 3. A dispute has arisen between the Western Union and the Southern Pacific. The former leases all of the telegraph lines of th railroad and operates them as part of its telegraph system. This arrange ment has been in force ever since J 877. One of the provisions of the contract provides that the Western Union shall pay Mr. Huntington $100, 000 annually. The payment for th is year is now several months overdue, and the whole trouble is the outgrowth of negligence on the part of the West ern Union. The Western Union wishes a reduction of 33 per cent made in this yearly rental. Mr. Huntington and the Western Union people have had the matter under Consideration for some time, and the former is said to have so far de clined to make any reduction. FOR BEATING HIS WIFE. A Brutal Farmer of Audrlan County, Mo. Whipped by Ills Neighbors. Mexico, Mo., Sept. 3. John Laun Ing, who lives in the east end of Audrian, beat his young wife, who be came temporarily insane, unmercifully because she wandered from home to a corn field near by. The neighbors caught him, took him to the woods and applied the whip until his blood ran sufficiently to expiate for his brutal crime. Launing has disap peared. His wife was sent to the asylum at Fulton to-day. They had only been married about one year. CONDENSED DISPATCHES. New York architects are condemn ing the erection of tall buildings. Boston spent $75,000 on the Knights Templars and took in half a million. The demand for Alabama coal and iron is In excess of the means to fill it. Chauncey M. Depew denies that he prohibited the sale of Coin's Financial School on Vanderbilt lines. Some Washington lawyers still doubt the legality of Ransom's ap pointment to Mexico. China is making inquiries about American firms which manufacture ships, guns and armor. Demoorats were slighted in the se lection oi orator lor tne opening ex ercises of the Atlanta exposition. Earnest Hargrove, the theosophist, has arrived in this country to earn some American dollars by lecturing. George P. Allen, formerly an East St. Louis deputy sheriff, shot his wife and step-daughter near Decatur, ILL A Kentucky Negro Hanged by a Slob, Hickman, Ky., Sept 3. At 2 o'clock this morning William Butcher, a des perate negro, was taken from jail by a mob. His head was shot off and his body riddled with bullets. Masks of some of the mob were found near the negro's dead body. Ibhpemixo, Mich., Sept The She boygan company of the Fifth infantry, Michigan National Guard, is now at Marquette and will reach here with the companies from Ironwood, Cain met, Houghton and Marquette to-day. Bhovei crews, numbering nity men, are in aiarquette- KILLED BY A POLIECEMAN. Officer Cains of Topeka Shoots Robert Krueger. Topeka, Kan., Aug. 28. At a late hour yesterday .afternoon Policeman Gaines of North Topeka, shot and in stantly killed Robert Krueger, a car rige painter. The officer had gone to the residence of one Robbins to arrest him upon a warrant from the town of Alma. He had placed his man under arrest when the whole family set upon him. Mrs. Robbins and her unmarried daughter, with Robert Krueger, who is a son-in-law of the Robbins, together with his wife, all commenced to strike the officer. Finally one of them struck him over the head with an iron bar, when he pulled his revolver and shot Krueger through the left temple. Officer Gaines was seriously cut and bruised in the melee. POISONED AT A PICNIC. Three Hundred People Stricken With Spasms at a Church Festival. LaPobte, Ind., Aug. 28. Three hun dred out of 1,000 people were poisoned at a German Lutheran mission festi val, or picnic, in a grove at Tracy, this county, Sunday. A picnic dinner was served, and it is 'thought some- mis creant poisoned the potatoes or drink ing water. The victims were attacked with frightful pains, purging and vom iting, and rolled and tumbled on the ground in agony until medical aid was securd. As yet none have died, but many are still very ill. Two hundred and fifty were present from this city. L. P. Davis, Dentist over Rock Is land ticket ofiice, cor. 11 and 0 streets. Bridge and crown work a specialty. An patn banished by Dr. Miles' Pain FlUs. HAVE YOU FIVE OR MORE COWS? If so s " Baby " Cream Separator will earn its cost for you every year. Why continue an inferior system another year at so great a loss f Dairying is now the only profitable feature of Agriculture. Properly con ducted it always pays well,, and must pay yon. Ton neea a separator, ana yoa neea tne bssi,- the " Baby." All styles and capacities. Prices, $75.00 upward. Bend for new 1806 Catalogue. THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO., Branch Offices : General Offices: 74 C0RTLAN0T ST.. NEW YORK. ELGIN, ILL. jWorld s Fair Highest Awards lonour INCUBATOR and nnnnDkK Cnmhined. I Old Reliable" Ifji.iiaj-e intTMted in Poultry, it will S iv v tiu t wnd 4 orat in fttunm for our S t- Ja?t ofxtaloTue, giving valiiabfa) point E on t'miltTT Cultur. Addrwa S RaHabls Incubator and Brooder Co, Ouincv, III. tSimMWMilltMIMIMMIHIIMWIMn' J THE KEYSTONE DEHORTJER Cats clean on all sides-does not oruah. The most humane, rapid and durable knife made, fatly warranted. Highest World's f air Award. Descriptive Circulars Free. A.C.BROSIUS, Cochranville, Pa. METAL WHEELS for your WAGONS. Any size yon want, 90 to66m. hih. Tiies t to 8 in.w!Q& hubs to fit ny axla. Haves t'ont many times in season to have set of low wheels to fit yoor wag-on for hauling (rain, fodder, manure, boss. o. No resetting of tires. Oatl'g free. Address KMPIRB MFG. GO, Qnlncy, 111. Populist Handbook. A Popujist handbook has just been published and is now ready for distribu tion. This is the most complete and valuable Populist campaign document we have yet seen. It gives the whole history of Republican rottenness in a nutshell. No campaign speaker or com mittee can afford to be without it. 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One dollar per dozen. $7.50 per hundred Further reductions for larger orders. Send all orders to the author, J. A. Edgekton, Lincoln, Neb. 1 i n I II II II 14. Tv I A I WW "Old Noah sat upon the deck And watched the beauts come on, From Six O'clock A.M., natil The day was nearly gone. And he'd been keeping tab a week, As new ones came each day, By two and two from everywhere Which Noah stored away. He knew he soon would have a load, Just as he had it planned. And that he'd get away on time, And be the first to land. Then Noah smiled in pleased content And feeling downright glad, He took the Lincoln Wealth Makeks, And read his good "'Want Ad." , "Wasted At once, a pair of beasts, Of every living kind, In good condition, and I want The best that I can find." "I pay the highest market price. For stock without a mark Or blemish when delivered, Apply at Noah's Ark." Old Noah laid the paper down, And smiling, said: "Bedad! I never would have got a load, Without that little ad." And without this "little ad" the readers of The Wealth Makers might never .know that we now have everything imaginable in Gent's Furnishing Goods in our A'EW FALL STOt K which has just arrived. Every article we send out is a good advertisement for us as long as it lasts, and it lasts a long 1-o-n-g t-i-tn-e. Our goods are all the best that can be manufactured we make them lit our own factory vie have not room to tell you more about them come in and see for yourselves while visiting the fair. ' 1013 to 1019 o St., Drink from Tank. Has the right sized drinking cup; can be attached to tank, barrel or pipe in five minutes, and each time delivers water direct from receptacle. Valve seat being two inches in body of water (as with no other fountain) cannot freeze in winter; also acts as locknut, making all solid. The price of our fountain, if satisfactory, is $3.00, and will pay for itself each week in a herd of ten pigs. As it costs nothing to try, send for one and be con vinced by your own judgment. Agents and dealers wanted in every locality. Order through implement dealer or Stock Fountain Co., Lake City, Iowa. West Liberty, la., Jnly 23rd. 1895. Stock Fountain Co.. Lake Oitv. la.: Gentlemen. We are pleased to say that we have In' opera tion on our two hog farms 12 of your fountains, tke Lake City Is as far ahead ol them as a Self Binder is superior to tne old uraoie. We are pleased to note that the majority of stock breeders and farmers are now using them to the exclusion of all others, as undoubtedly the best. We wish yon could convince all to try one, as the great saving of time, labor and food and increase of fat by giving fresh water, Is wonderful. We hare followed very carefully your directions and used our own Judgment regarding the watering of stock the same as feeding. A great many hog raisers pay too much attention to feed ing and not enough to watering. We find old and young pigs work them In a few hours, and we sever think of watering our chickens when nsing the fountians. Rings in hog's noses do not incon venience them from using the fountain. The fountains are Multum la rarro, par exceuenct. Can Ctfforb 3t! . - 20 CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE WEALTH MAKERS TILL AFTER THE ELECTION. THIS IS A Soob (Opportunity! FOR MISSIONARY WORK. THE WEALTH MAKERS, FOWLS at)dPlGS I have a choice lot of White Holland Turkeys, Barred Plymouth Hocks and Pekin Ducks. Also Rome choice Lame English Berkshire Tigs. Write me for ; prices on anything you want In my line, and I mill guarantee satisfaction. Seud stamp fur circular. W. T. WHITE. Cutler, Illinois. fi it r'sT mTnt .mi riori r SOLOON-EAS'TERMSV ernTT.unv norcc r 810 'WtsV 6Qv St? KowalCWox NERVE FOOD '--v-m A. McGUl, I and I Hubbard Court, CUeago. Pay up your subscription and get a few new subscribers for The Wjsaltb Makers. Only 30c. from now till No vember 1st. Browning, King & Co., Lincoln, Neb. Experience teaches that an article is best and meets all claims made, when sent out on its merits by a company, they prepaying express and requesting no money forwarded until same proves satisfactory after trial. This we do with our fountain, if not satis factory only requesting it returned to express office. The Lake City Au tomatic Stock Foun tain waters 50 to 150 pigs daily; performs the same service for sheep, calves and poultry. Horses and Cattle and some of other make, but all things considered. Proprietors Black Herd U. S. Poland China Hogs. LINCOLN. NEB. II. E. KEELOR, Breeder of Chester-White & Poland-China Swine Herd compossd of a choice e- lection ol premium animals, f. ntocK snipped to an parrs ol I). S. Write wants. Clarence, Mo. FURNAS COUNTY :- HERD Big Berkshires & Poland China Pigs for Sale. At farmers' prices. The produce of 20 top sows, mated to 4 first-class boars. The popular strains. Buy now and save extra charges. Am breeding some sows for early fall litters that I will sell right. All guaranteed as represented. Satisfac tion given, Mention "Wealth Makers." H, S. WILLIAMSON, Beaver City, Neb. ' stein Cattle. Thoroughbred Sheep, Fancy Poultry. H unti ng and HoQoe Iogs. Catalogue. .TBKESsSsT nmnmii, Chester Whits, W fZus.( i tt5.7erserR3 4 Poland China V ' 1 Kptos. Jenwr. Querna. A Hoi. S. W. SMITH. CO ohranvllle, uoestei uo. Pa.