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Qm HHfcMta l&ilg Eaaffei Wfy&ms&m I&mrfttg, Mzptetubez 19, 1 900 3 1 Hog Receipts Were Light For a Tuesday. MARKET 5 CENTS HIGHER There Was a General Demand From Packers. Tie supply of hogs yesterday was moderate for Tuesday, and the bulk of jcar hoes came in on the late afternoon, .trains. The top price yesterday Was 55 10, against J5.0S& Monday, but top h ss yesterday were a little better In quality than the hogs that sold for .02 the previous day. The general run of car hogs were good yesterday, being more even and less heavy rough hogs. IolJ was the principal buyer and took aixmt all the hogs offered. REPRESENTATIVE SALES. Dock. Av. Wt. Price. No. 1 3 S il 10 40 120 SO 40 SO 214 213 170 189 109 232 240 210 250 202 320 450 203 $5 071,4 507 5C6 500 500 500 SCO 5 00 5C-0 4 95 4 65 4 50 400 11 ... 1. PROVISION MARKET. Monday's close Pork. Lard Ribs. 7 SO 7 37 6 02 7 77 7 40 6 07 P-T'tenfler i tober ! 12 02& January Tuesday's close September 1 ober January 6 Si 6S2 6 62 7 02.. 7 02 6 65 t-1! I I'PKItS AST I 3TO V&. David F. Tailor, one of the employes a' the Dold packing house, has return ed from his old home at Hagerstown, Mt.-yland. where he buried his father, Captain Tailor, who commanded a com pany in the war with Mexico. He was 11. arly 97 years of age at the time of his d dth. J. T. Craig of Clearwater marketed a or load of hogs yesterday. They were 1 gnt hogs, but "brought J5.05. rr-d F. Williams, a regular shipper a i prebent fusion nominee for district . rk of this county, was at the yards sterday looking after voters. Tlorton & Campbell of Caldwell had in a) ad of hoss yesterday that went to Dold for $5.07. The feeders at the yards buy loosp "iiy for $4 a ton and sugar cane for $ The cane sowed thickly on the ground so as to make a small stalk is considered a. fine feed for horses and cattle. One of the motonnen on the stock jards street car line said festerday that Ei-oe the drouth terminated it rained jf c at. A passenger on the car request ei . " trr 4r IrvnTi Tile" ftAof ry oil Vlft Tirlr t tHeFJr and Fall Festival. Ouflahy last week bought in Kahsas ty 2 8? cattle. 6.2S0 hogs and 1,014 s-eep; 9.174 head in all. R T. Huston a farmer and feeder r ar Oatville, was at the yards yester- i inquirins: for stock hogs for hts othetJn Missouri. r In the flrsf fifteen days of September 'neaso received 11S.100 cattle, 2S5.S0O t "T and 160,000 sheep, an increase over " me time lat -year of 15.600 -cattle and 2 f hogs and a decrease of 16.00 sheep OTicUl receipts last week were 61.82 c tt,e. 5 542 calves. 4S,62 hogs. 1S,3S - ' p Total receipts bv cars were 3,30, V mc S42 larger than the previous week ad 3W larger than a year ago. It was te heaviest week's total of cars clnce tn second wek in last October and has tot been exceeded a half a dozen times ir thr history of the market. J ""oh Porter, a regular shipper to this merket and a successful feeder at To v iida was on the market with a car v ui of hogs yesterday that brought the t "' Trice. The city street force yesterday put In n "-divert to drain the water from the ro ner of Lawrence avenue and Twenty li ? street. ' lifford Dor&tt. head bookkeeper for t commission house of W. M. Faush Co . says very nearly all the people w rkragr at the yards -would ride on the et cars if the line were extended to t . yards and that many people in the c wou'd vWt the yard" if they could r 1 en the car to it. H says many u shippers ride from down town on ' switch eng-fne. bring their stock to ' o rds. which they would not do if Mu'd ride on the street cars. Foster, nf Foster fc Cheeseman r Whitewater. wa at the yards yes- r ' . He went im near Mount Hvpe J oti?ht 44 head of feeders. The ' will be dnvpn across the coun- t-i tbotr feed lot at Whifewater. v hT- 44 hejwl of cattle on full i now. Tbev will feed over 1W head. " v Hre niccesful foers and Mr. T ri the corn 1n their section is "'r er 1 this ypar and is selling for rji , t r 'vniht,l Te -. .t the yards talked horse i irn !" 'f'ult of which may o r ,ro p re at th fair grounds In .11 f- uto between Bd Healy's I Frank Robin's flyer. Marsh TTa!y and Robins some ad- t et!ng their horses in cndl- rac He said he jogged h's 'n the road until white ball cf'erec on me naraess anc. n ti a nucKfi. 01 wa wu i.-ekpi him upo in a box stall HIDES. Gr.-en salted bnlls 04H T rt cured hlds, c less. I - flint batcher hides 15 - fallen hWes 11 r 1 green salt horse hides J2.K N 2 xreen salt hrse bides 1.15 N 1 tallow v fi&H " tallw- ii I y sheep pelts, per Ua.. S to S G n salted butcher pelts. 40c to.. .75 G ten salted sheadings, 15c to 3 LIVESTOCK 2I.VKKBrs. CHICAGO. rhn-axo, Sept. IS. Receipts, 60j0; in c ' ig- S.O"0 westerns and L3X) Texans; trrral.y steady; natives, best on sale tod 0 . one car at $S.O0; good t o prime Ete rs &.5So.$$; poor to medium, St.4$ 5 4' selected feeders about steady. tt.SO 4 i; mixed stockers weak. $2 75(f3.75: co - X S04 40; heifers, tt.O &.(). can ners. steady. $2.35. JO; balls firm. 52 9$9 4 60 calves, 392Sc lo-w ec than last Tues da f4 00f6.76: Texans, receipts L-O). for in sale today, 15 cars at $4.10; Texas Xed sreers. $4 4&66.K; Texas grass steers, 53 5 &i SO, Texas bulls. $2.75$3.c-l. H gs Receipts, today, lS.Cy9, tomorrow. SS,0"O estimated, ieft ovec, 4.000; market steady, tp, $5.52ij; mixed and butchers. SS.l't'oo 50. good to choice heavy. J5.G3? 5. 47 -a. rousfa havy $4.S55.00; light, tt.20, eS.CS; hulk of sales. J5.1S6.40. Sheep Receipts. 14,003; sheep and lambs t ice steady, others 10 to 15c lower; d tochoce wethers. $.164.25; fair to ire mixed. &.2&3.90; western sheep, J. !a4.25; Texas sheeo, J2.50g3.40; native . e a t 'f ai t cool off. lambs, $4.25S.OO; western lambs, &.W3 6.00. KANSAS CITY. Kansas City, Mo Sept. IS. Cattle Re ceipts, 15,000; market steady to lower; na tive steers, $4.255.; Texas steers, $2 20 5.; Texas cows $1.753.05; native cows and-heifers, 51.7554.35; stockers and feed ers, $3.0054.25: bulls, J2.753.50. , Hogs Receipts, 11.CC0; market steady; bulk of sales, J5.25fiG.25; heavy, $5.05 5.2214; packers, J5.20g6.25; mixed, J5.15 5.2 light, J5.1756.27M.; yorkers, $5.25g 5.27; pigs, $1.75435.25. Sheep Receipts, 3,000; market strong; lambs, J4.O"5.20; muttons, $3.0023.65. ST. LOUIS. St Louis, Sept. 15. Cattle Receipts, 3,-, 500; market steady; native steers, H.27 5.S5; stockers and feeders J3.20S4.50; cows and heifers, $2.004.70; Texas and Indian steers, $3.4034.65; cows and heifers, $2.45 63.75. Hogs Receipts, 5,500; market Steady; pigs and lights, J5.4OS5.c0; packers, J5.15 5.35; butchers, J5.S5fi5.60. Sheep Receipts, 2,500; market steady; native muttons, J3.754.00; lambs, $4.35 5.25. INSURRECTION IN SALVADOR Xipped In. the Bad and the Chief In stijrator Skot, San Diego, Cal., Sept. 17. The steamer Herodot brings the story of a quick sup pression of an Incipient Insurrection at Salvador. Minirter of "War Castro was the instigator of a plot to remove the present president. Thomas Regalado, and have himself proclaimed president of the republic. In his plans to bring about the insurrection Castro deemed it necessary to remove the colonel of the barracks and shot him down in cold blood. It was not known until after his arrest for the crime that the murder was a part of the plot to overthrow the phesent govern ment, but in the investigation that fol lowed the whole scheme was unearthed. Castro was found guilty of murder and on September 3 he was shot by order of the president. "With the death of the leader the threatened insurrection sub sided. 1 HE WKA.T11E.X, "Wichita, Kan., Sept. IS. During the past twenty-four hours ending at p. m. the highest temperature has been 86, the lowest 59, a range of 27 degrees, and the mean has been 72, which is three degrees colder than the nomal temperature for the day as deduced from the observations at this station for the past eleven years, with a thunder storm and heavy rain be fore daylight and light sprinkles in the forenoon but clearing In the afternoon, fresh southeast to south wind. Sunday the highest temperature was 53, onday it was C9 and today S6. One year ago the temperatures were 74, 4S, and 61. Since the first of the month the average temperature has been 77, which is 5 de grees daily warmer than the normal, and the total rainfall 2.6S inches, which is 1.03 inches more than the normal. Since the first of the year the rainfall has been 2.24 Inches, which is 1.S5 laches less than e normal. FRED L. JOHNSON. Observer. "Washington, Sept IS. Forecast: Oklahoma and Indian Territory Show ers and cooler Wednesday; Thursday fair; southerly -winds, becoming northerly Kansas-Cooler and partly cloudy "Wed nesday, -with showers in eastern portion. Thursday, fair; variable winds. ICaecs at tfort Wayne, Ind. Fort "Wayne, Ind., Sept. 18. A big crowd and fine weather marked the sec ond day of the Red Ribbon meeting. The 2.16 pace, postponed from Monday, ran into eight heats. The sixth heat was de clared off and Saul's driver, Honey, was fined J100 for not driving to win, and bets were declared off. In the next heat he was replaced by John Payne, by the judges' order. The favorite, lone, after being a trailer 4he first part of the race, showed up well and took the last two heats. The 2:09 trot was a long drawn out affair. Lord Derby was a rank favor ite In the betting, but was not in the win ning. One heat of the 2:12 class trot was pulled off and Cornelia Bell won out in a driving finish with Silver "Wilkes. Sum mary: 2:16 pace, postponed from Monday, purse JS00 lone won fourth, seventh and eighth heats In 2:14 1-2; 2:14 1-2; 2:16. Jes sie L. won second and third heats each In 2:13 1-4. Saul won fifth heat in 2:13 3-4. Alice J. won the first heat in 2:10 3-4. Pearl Sherbet., Circle, Silver Bells. Bon nie, Alice J.. Lady Hontas and Poca Da vis also started. 2:09 trot. Manufacturers' purse. $1000. Charley Herr won third, fifth and sixth heats in 2:09 3-4; 2:12 1-2; 2:12 1-2. Gay ton won first and second heats in 2.14; 2:03 3-4. Fourth a dead heat between Charles Herr and Gayton. Neereta, Lord Derby, B. B. and Pllatus also started. 2:12 trot, purse J1000, unfinished Corne lia Bell won first heat. Silver "Wilkes. May OHott, Nell Gwynne, Chain Sheet, Tudor Chimes, Agge Medium. Alverda Aiken and Genevieve also strated. Harness Rscch atXolumbns. Columbus, Sept. IS. AH the events on today's card were decided In straight heats, the favorites winning in each. The weather was clear and warmer and the track" fast. Summary: 2:17 pacing, purse $500 Harold H. won three straight heats in 2:lli, 2::12. 2:144 Black Cecil, Imperial. Hal, Texas Jessie, Colonel, Dick Thompson, Bub Brown, Rosetta and Star Tom also started. 2 17 trotting, purso $S00 Fereno won three straith heats in 2:15, 2:1514. 2:i5i4. Helena, Ruthella, Stockton. J "W. C. Black Raven, Nettle Blair and Rainforth also started. 2:09 pace, purse $5f0 Fanny Dlllard won three straight heats in 2-A9, 2:G5U. 2:flSU. Tom Nolan. Effle Powers. Xlcnl t? -Woodland Boy and Milton S. also started. BASEBALL National Leirac- Clubs. Played. "Won. Lost. Perc JJJrooklyn 114 6S Pittsburg- 120 Philadelphia IIS 69 63 5$ 57 54 53 0 .575 .54 .VO .46 iS .412 .430 Boston Chicago .... SL Louis .. Cincinnati Nw York J1S ....123 ....IIS ....130 ....119 Chicago at Bos4on R H B Boston OS0 1 0 4 SI 14 IS 0 Chicago 10 4 000 0510 1 Pittsburg at New York Pittsburg -2d101104 9 16 2 New l'ork 2109100004 9 4 St Louis at Brooklyn St. Louis 2fl 111 1100 9 IS 4 Brooklyn 00401100ft-2 7 6 Cincinnati at Philadelphia Cincinnati 0 4 06 eoo 4 12 2 Philadelphia 003 0 4 2 6 9 1 American fresune. Minneapolis at Detroit First game: RHE Detroit Minneapolis . Second jarnc Detroit Minneapolis .. .2 0001202 712 3 "OOOfOOOC 2 5 4 .3 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 S 11 0000001102 3 Cleveland at Milwaukee Milwaukee Oft 000 2 00 2 5 Cleveland 11 00 10l 00 3 S Lndianapohs at Chicago Chicago 00ld000v j 9 Indianapolis 40400090 0 SlQ Buffalo at Kansas City Kansas City 2 3030109 915 Buffalo x. 1 3002 00 00 S 15 1 Due to Northwest News and Market Strength There, OCTOBER AT 77 5-8a3-4 Corn Upj Oats Down; Provis ions Unchanged to Higher. Chicago, Sept. IS. Unfavorable news from the northwest and strength in the markets of that section were mainly in fluential n an advance in wheat today, October closing 54c over yesterday. Cora closed c higher and oats a shade lower. Provisions closed unchanged to 17c higher. "Wheat opened nervous and easier, Oc tober 76c, because of. Liverpool's fail ure to respond to tho advance yesterday and because the predicted rains for the northwest failed to materialize. There was a considerable amount of profit-taking at the start, but the otiers were well taken and the market gradually worked up, to 77sc. Bradstreet's report of an increase in the world's visible of 5,118,(XO bushels caused more selling later, but meantime the northwest mar kets had turned strong and the stuff was readily absorbed. "When shorts tried to cet back some of their sales they found a very stiff array oi holders and the price was hid sharply up to 7754a The close Was firm, October - cents higher at 7777?ic. Cash sa es here were reported at 200,000 bushels. New York had 34 loads taken for the other side. Clearances in wheat and flour were equal to C00.00O bushels. Pri mary receipts aggregated 1 223,0.O bush els, compared with -.657,00 bu3hels last year. Minneapolis and Duluth reported 605 cars, against 601 last week and L3s5 a year ago. Local receipts were 350 cars, 20 of contract grade. During the after noon it was reported raining at Grand Porks. Corn was dull and devoid of specula tive Interest. It was also Inclined to seek a lower level because of easy ca bles, large receipts, freer offrlngs and good conditions for th maturing crop wst. Trade was largely of a scalping character. Receipts were 6S0 cars. Oc tober corn sold between 35 and Z&Mc closing kc higher, at ffic. Oats were dull, the range narrow and the trade local. October sold between 21'14 and 21c, and closed a shade down at 21sfi214c. Reqelpts were CSS cars. The' demand for lard was the feature in tho provision market. The small stocks of this commodity caused cover ing by shorts and as packers were also buyers the market advanced. October pork sold between $12.25 and $12.40 and closed 10g12c over yesterday at $4.12; October lard between $7.07 and $6.90. closing 17c higher at $7 05. and October ribs between $7.45 and $7.37&"'7.40, with the close unchanged at $7.377.44. Estimated rece'pts tomorrow: "Wheat, 29 cars; corn, 400 cars; oats, 230; hogs, 2S.000 head. GltAIN AND PKODDCE 3IABKET3. CHICAGO. Chicago, Sept. IS. The leading futures ranged as follows: I Open, j High. Low. Close "Wheat Sept. .... Oct "Soy Corn Sept Oct Nov Oats Sept Oct Nov Pork Oct , Jan Lard Oct Nov Jan Ribs Sept. .... Oct Jan 7GH r7Ml77?i 40 3S 3Hsl 21H 21 22g23i4 7W4I 77 76; 7777it 771 7s2 774 7S 40Vi 3S 3S 39V, 3SU 40 3S$s 30 ISGOSS-'k) 215U 21 21 at 23V&! 21 21 21ff21i 22.2 12 15 1142V2 7 05 7 0) 6 67 777 7 40 7 40 12 20 12 25 12 02 1132 11 3 11 42bi 6 90 6 90 6 65 I 7S2 7 40 7 40 I 7 07 690 690 665 7 77it 7 37 7 37V- 7 02M4 6 70 45 CASH QUOTATIONS.- Flour Firm. WheatNo. 3 spring, 7176c; No. 2 red. TSc. Corn No. 2, 4CKS40Uc; No. 2 yellow, 40 4OV2C Oats No. 2, 31si!g22c; No, 2 white, 25c; No. 3 white. 23g25H:C. Rye No. 2, 52S6?c Barley Good feeding, SSgCSc; fair to choice malting, 49?55c Mess pork Per bbl., S12.1512.20. Lard Per 100 lbs., S7.057 07. Short rib sides floose), J7.7OgT.90; dry salted shoulders (boxed), &S965sc; short clear s.des Cooxed), $S.10S.20. "Whisky Basis of high wines, $1.26. Sugar Cut loaf, $5.60; granulated, $6.10; vonfectioners' A, 58 00; off A, S5.S5. Clover Contract grade, $10. RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS Receipts. Shipmen's. Flour, bbls 14,oJ "Wheat, bu vC74.yo Corn, bu 356,000 Oats, bu. 460.000 Rve. bu 6.000 Barley, bu 101.0CO 11, W J J(V fY 3loOO 31S.C00 10. W0 On the Produce Exchange, today, tho market closed as follows: Butler Market steady; creamery, 1S 21c: dairy, 14felc Cheese Firm ; 10Sc-rC. Eggs Firm; fresh, 14c. Iced poultry Quiet; turkeys, Vc; chickens, SS'lO'ic. KANSAS CITY. Kansas City. Mo., Sept. IS. "Wheat De cember, CSHg'Kc; May, TJtc; cash, No. 2 hard, 6S69c; No. 3. 674?6Sc; No. 2 red, T273c; No. 3, esgrac. Corn December, 32$2ntc; May, 3314c; cash. No. 2 mixed. 3S8Vic; No. 2 whltev 395-3S4c; No. 3, 39a Oats No. 2 white, 5Sc Rye No. 2, 4c, Butter Creamery, lS00c; fancy dairy, 17a Eggs Fresh, 12Uc ST. LOUIS. St, Louis, Sept. IS. Receipts Ftour. 3, 000; wheat. 126X00; corn. S5.0CO: oats, 33J9Q. Shipments Flour, lifiCO; wheat, SSJQi; corn. 7S.C0; oats, 14.000. "Wheat Higher; No. 2 red cash, eleva tor. 7ic: track, ie; October. 77c; De cember, 7Sc; May, Cc; No. 2 hard, 716 72c. Corn Lower; No. 2 c-h, JJc; track. 49; September. 39c; October. 31$c; Deesm ber. 33itc; year, SV&c Oats Lower; No. 2 cash. 3c: track, 21M22U:: September Slc; December. 2S&; May, 2iHc; No. 2 white. 2PrC Rye Firm; 53c. NEW YORK. New York. Sepc I?. Batter Receipts, 10.462 packages ; market stroar: creeaery 16r21c; June creamery, ISSSlc; faetorr 14CKCisO. Sggs Receipts. 1L5 packages; market arm; western, regular paektas. ai nutrk. lsgilc; western, loss off. 9c PtrfSaT aS2x f-ntriiusai. n test..fcc. moiaAses near. f n T a A r A wi - Kjau4 ed. 5J5; pranatexW. 5J5. " 6; pewter- . Coffee-Dull and eay: No. 7, Rio $&L tB reBttWB w s,is rtnrtarly . T z afhr tias tS of the Gaff of erery week. ileaico. hec. woa thechaj in Uk i-OTVS. There wtH i a called xuxstiaz f the J peeUioa cf thewth 1 swrn a to caaa i ChtM Caltare dob te Kladrsarten xm ! a dis??ic-sant of lie imxiirr Norts New Tori. Sept. IS. Coa ftr-s 1 of the Plyamtii co?reatfaat clearcfc I pale; sad th nrth cizz !d Oi -Aft&r a steady start at uacbaaert prie, thi5 aXteraoea as 4 o'clock AH & cwsStftsit awriasr oa fie a- raid to a decline o. 3 petat the autec .work- aj- fe, m j. :o j, . -. v, dmfe l&r not cxcd 10 points and at so time ad DO YOU GET UP ' WITH A LAME BACK? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable, Almost everybody who reads ths news papers is sure to know of the wonderful cures maae by Dr. i Kilmer's Swamo-Root. J the great kidney, liver t and bladder remedy. It is the great medi cal triumph of the nine teenth century; dis covered after years of .J'-tHI scientific research by S.B Dr. Kilmer, the emi nent kidney and blad der specialist, and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou bles and Blight's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec ommended for everything but if you hrve kid ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work, in private practice, among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers cf this paper who have not already tried it, may have a sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book telling more about Swamp-Root and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper and ,fS send your address togTJaWRjs! Dr. KHmer&Co.,3mg- S&iKHfjriiHr hamtcn, N. Y. The S!iSgxg regular fifty cent and HomeoiSwaap-Bos. dollar skes are sold by all good druggists. either side have a positive advantage. The government report proved to be de cidedly less bullish than ths trade had prepared for and as a result selling be came general. Prices withered generally under the pressure brought to bear, de clining 10 points by 2 p. m. During the last hour the market was feverish with a weak undertone, closing steady, 8 to 15 points net lower. Liverpool, Sept. IS. Spot cotton dull; prices lower; American mlddl'ng, fffjd. New Orleans, Sept. IS. Cotton "Weak; middling, lOc. Glasgow Sept. IS. The Central Agency, comprising the nrmsof the Coats, the Clarke company and the Brooks com pany, today advanced prices three-pence per pound on knitting, mending and tam bouring cottons. The increase equals 12 to 174 per cent. CITY ISVJJBIZ?. The Missouri Pacific pay car was in town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank "Wilbur are making an extended tour of the west. Rev. N. E. Harmon of Sedgwick was in the city yesterday on business. Mr. B. F. Dunn of the Frisco came In yesterday from Eureka Springs. A new flag staff will be placed on the city building. It will be of iron. Miss Ida Barwiso has returned from a five weeks stay at Geuda Spnng3. Miss Pearl Gilchrist of Valley Center, was shopping in the city yesterday. George R. Davis, the real estate man of "Valley Center, was In the city yester dayl. Miss Agne3 Davidson left yesterday over the Slissouri Pacific for Salt Lake-! City. The "Wichita people who suffer from hay fever say It is unusually severe this fall. Mr. Earl Brooks Is one of the new clerks In the clothing store of Herman ?r H"eas. . . Mr. S. N. Bridgman returned to the ; terirtory yesterday after a short business ' trin here " trip here. Officer A. M. Sutton of the North Main t street beat. Is getting a reputation as a! practical Joker. I Mr. Fred Bennett, who has been In the' ... , . . . . . , city for several days, has returned to his. home in Cincinnati. Amarriage license was issued yesterday to Richard Jett and Miss Emma Perry, both of Newton, Kansas: Mrs. wells W. Miller of Oklahoma Citv Is visiting her parents. Col. and Mrs. Bry- ant 14?1 Park- Plr 9vAmm. M. J. H. Lyon, western passenger agent of the Missouri Pacific, was doing busi ness in the city yesterday. Paul Fordyce, son of Dr. Fordyce, has been In bed since Saturday with appendi citis fever. He was a little better last evening. Mrs. J. B. Chander left yesterday for Wisconsin, where she will vWt friends and then go on to the east f or quite aa extended visit. The (beautiful design of the Main street entrance is still on exhibition in the window of Steel's hardware store on North Main street. Mr. W. M. Jaallllte of Council Groye, Kan., general agent for the old reliable Chamberlain Medicine comnanv of Dea -MvUntu. Ttt". In In rha ntT lnnlrtr .,'..- ' ", " "- VHj lUVOUib VA.Ci the Interests of his-firm. COMING LOCAL EVENTS. - The McKiniey and Roosevelt chins meet tonight at 7:30 sharp at the city building. All old soldiers are cordially Invited to be present. Don't forget the meeting of the Old Soldiers' McKiniey club at the city build ing this evening. Let every veteran In the city be present. Regular meeting of Elizabeth Rebekah. lodge this evening. Busissa of Import ance. Every memtofr is requested to fce prewenc Come early. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Senior Endeavorers of the South -Lawrence j Christian church will give a chicken fry tonight at hte church. Th la-a-n v.Mn in hsv hxvin rfirn a the home of WIBim Smith, comer of 5 jj&r mm ILd&S. University and Seneca this evening has ' prophets and stoaeth them that bring ban poponed indefiiUtely. 1 glad Udlags of peace, will fee rifted also Special co-amunk-aUcn of Albert Pike ) tbroera Mt. ORve by thi same tidal lodge Na 3. A. F. and A. M., Wednes- j waves that have rifted cities and mom day. September IS, at S p. nx. Work In tains arottnd the earth, between the third degree. Visitors welcome. j Tropic of Cancer and the Meridian line. The ladles of the First Prcshyterian ! Bct scteatUt ay that tfcase tee- ar church wfll meet In the east parlor tMs I SradoUy changing and that the meridlaa afteraeoa at 2:3ft. This is the arat nwwt- i wO 5 l3h P Gahrestoa d lor after a sasmes- vacation and a. f the -Phtiippiae islands. And &x the srood attendance Is desired. ,r -v,. . Mt ,. .. . ; son. botk the stshtirranean aad the ex J?t 2Tf- JV e;teranl refitiT, beat of th exnh and uawum v -. iroti-t, y snxia J.OJN-SA. tats atteraoon at ism p. m. irns m a very ; important aicetiDsr. abaction of deie- to the branch and district aeatiacx will W held. Alao ejection of QS&e&rs for t&e cuKurfnir year. Brtrif-. yocr rattc bares. The Ajlk cteb win hM tk-lr we-3y rehearsal lootsb: at T:S o cteci ia theur)cea f raciu Sasa's po.foas. The ireons in the Gsadolfo otoek. ooraer of , jnin of tM? ce and sjxnr trca the "-" SretS- A rHH atteadac. af t&. jsj-v,,- . ur- a.v.--. n. . I .---- .-- . m.i . - se has arrived for tae faK coscert aad j ffcad i fetxheir Kty at she meeting. j TO nun Slock Market Refuses to Fol low Monday's Lead, CLOSE AT NEAR MONDAY'S London a Buyer Germany in the Money Market. New York, Sept. IS. The stock market demonstrated Its Inertness again today and the effort to continue yesterday's course of recovery fell flat. Prices were at one time advanced consldearbly above last night's level, but they did not hold and the oloslng showed some of the gains completely wiped out and all of them reduced to email proportions. The announcement durimr the day of a fail ure of a stock exchange house had a de pressing effect, although the suspension seems to be due entirely to private causea. About 2000 shares of stock were sold under the rule for the account of the suspended firm on the exchange and the quotation? for 'some of the stocks sold were considerably depressed. London was Inclined to buy stocks In this marketnot withstanding the general depression in that market and the demand from that source was a factor in the early hours of the market. "With a general election im pending London sxpects a period of the same kind of dullness as has been pre vailing here. The expectation that a por tion of the American subscription to the German loan will be paid by the transfer of sterling exchange bills helped to weak en the London market. The strength of Americans in that market in spite of the general weakness and of the further rise in discount rates was a distinction for that group of securities. Notwithstanding the buying here for London account and the continued large exports of merchan dise, the rise in London discounts was eective In causing a sharp upward Jump in sterling exchange, th price demand bills rising quite l-2c In the pound. Dis patches from Chicago reported that Ber lin bankers were applying to banks there for loans for a period of several months. The New York money market showed a hardening tendency and call loans com manded 1 3-4 per cent. Times loans were also more firmly held. The movement of money, to the Interior continues large Closing prices of stocks were as follows: Atchison 27 Tex. & Pac .... 15 do Dfd f9' Union Pae 554 724 Balto. & Ohio. 70 i do pfd . Can. Pac .... 87-! "Wabash .. Oan South S do pfd M Chesa. & 0 27; Wheel. & L. B. 8S Chi., Gt. W... lOVs, do 2d pfd.... 23Vs Chi.. B. & Q... 123 -Wis. Central... WA Chi.. Ind. & L. 22 Third Ave. 110 do pfd 53 Adams Ex ....124 Chi. & E. 111. SStfc'Am. Ex 10 ChL & Northw.161 u. S. Ex 45 Chi., R. & P... 105 Wells Fargo ...122 G.CC & St. L. 55 (Am. Cot. Oil ..32 Colo. South .... 5 do pfd SS do 1st pfd .... 3 Am. Malting ... 4 do 2d jfd .... 151 do pfd 2;4 Del. & Hudson. lOS'a, Am. Sra. & Re. 25 Del.. L & W..173 , do pfd S3 Denver &R. G. 18$ Am. gpirlt3 .... 14 do pfd 51, do pfd 17 Erie lOtyAm. Steel Hoop 19 do 1st pfd .... 23i do ifd 65- Gt North, pfd 151I Am. Steel & W. 31 t TTrtV r'nol 1CLLI J tA rrtx tHock. Valley.".' 32 Am. Tin Plate." 26i HI- Central ...US'- do pfd SO' Iowa Central... IS I Am. Tobacco... 90 do fd 43 pfd m Xake S. & "W... 27 An. Qllnlnp Co. 44 likow-IVVR!: 84 Louis. & Nash. 71ssjCont. Tobacco.. 254 'Hi?haiJanV-H-r:.di' r.d , 2! Met. St. Ry,..lol I Fed. Steel 33 orex. Central ... 11 do ntd 6S Minn. & St, L. 53 Gen. Electric ..liS do pfd 92 (Glucose Sugar.. 49 Mo Pac 50, do ofd SSH, Mobile & Ohio. 25 Int. Paper IS1; Mo.. K. & T... 5 do pfd 3414 v t rntrai i-rt v-o. rt.i v ' N Y. Central lD'l'do pf3 "" S6 I "ovt. & "West. 33 Nat.' Iad 174 ao pia tii do pfd SO North. Pac .... 59! Nat. Steel .. . 251 do pfd 7iHi do pfd SZ Ont. & West.... 19iN. T. A. Brake 125 Or. P.y. & Nav. 42 (North Am .... 14s do pfd 76 Pac Coast 544 Pennsylvania ..127U' do pfd SS Reading 15il do 2d pfd .... 64U do 1st pfd ... 54 W Pac. Mail 29 do 2d pfd .... 26 J People's' Gas.... Sli Rio O. W 51 ' Press. Steel Car 3SW do jfd ...... 50 i do pfd 714 St i u & &. Jr . i; fuh. Fai. car .is do 1st pfd.... G3 !Stan. R. & T. aU, An A TfA tf I 0.., 1,. do 2d pfd 33 iSuear ..11C ..114 St I Southw. 11, do pfd do pfd 27 Tenn. C. & I. St. Paul 112HU S Leather do pfd 1731 do pfd St. P. & O....H? !U S Rubber South. Pac .... 3241 do pfd : South. Ry .... llVWest. Union.. do pfd ....... Sli .. S7U .. fc .. 92 Bonds were dull and Irregular. Total ' sales, par value JS45.00-1 United tSates 5 lAvinr'aA 1Z In fVin Kt nrl.. w-."wv . ... w. un JlJMi. QUOTES BIBLE ABOUT IT Jennlag"! of WIchltaoa Caaae of Gal venton Flood. J. 8 Jennings, of this city, thinks the prophets of old told of the destruction of Gah-eaton. In a communication to th Eagle under the heading of "The warn ing voice of Inspiration." h says: Habakkuk. 2:12 "Woe to him that build eth a town with Wood, tnd rtbllshth a city by Inktulty." Also Jeremiah, 2213: "Woe unto him that buildeth bis hcuse by nrighteouroe--s. and his rhamfcers by wrong; that useth his n-4Khbor's srvicft wiUiont wares and civeth him not ror his work". (Read th chaptr cf Eitklel referring to Jerusalem before its faS-j The prwent rebuilding of Jsrusalesi 1m only prophetic and temporary. "The Nw Jerusalem" will hare "twelvs foenda- tfca&" Old Jonsalem that killeih th Srta Pole iadeainy rim toward tbm j ; tho eater system will sTdte their bat- . lug pvxer npos Alaska as the osayt toward tat, NorO: PJ caoaar -vas ; leefe-m or mowat-iins of Ice to so cr3Jth- ia-r lata Ue PartSc Ocean and Gulf strna-ss to melt aad drift xawtcwerd ac m. -- && receatir en Cas Nem north 5iar reons wfli enaUy can .. .. .. . TMlllW iaiwii of th waters of Use Pa- cjg, (tea. nirQ Js already wid ia kn&e are ia the lee tien wfa th invi?- Mary txapic asd the meridias Ses al s dizplsiwl hzA the eijasalea af tht "B M evSi'f&fSl and superior to brands of Porter, Stout or alf and .'alf, being more mellow and pleas ing. The one perfect American Porter. Prepared by Anheuser-BuschBrewingAssn St. Louis. U. S. A. Brewers of the Original Budweiscr, Faust, Michelob, Anheuscr-Standard, Pale-Lager, Export Pale, Black and Tan, Exquisite and Malt-Nutrine. Mites filllSifiB In the pocket of my Tuxedo coat, said one of the New York four hundred that's the coat I wear when I go out to dinners I always keep one of the small vials of Ripans Tabules. There is one in the pocket now. I always look to see that it is there before I go out of an evening. After the dinner I always swallow a Tabule and then I know that I shall have no trouble that night and no headache next morning. With the Tabules in my pocket I always feel free to eat and drink everything' that is put before me at a dinner. Button! t Who's Got For We t Carey Hotel Manhattan Hotel X P. Allen Herman & Hess Edw. Tail Chas. Mosbacher G. E. Fulton Henry Ozanne Ideal Pharmacy M. Kevins Miller & Hull Archie McVicar Geo. Van Werden Henrion Dru? Co. Golden Eagle Gse--s-eKcoss waters of ths ocean and tho Gulf will cause consequent oxpansdon of tho earth in the region of the belt and (tho Bible says) there will be a rift in ML OHvet and in "the latter and the hinder sea In summer and in winter jhall It be." Bible 6tudents and unprejudiced theo locl&ns understand the?e questions ) They also know about th rift in ilt. Olivet at th time of th4 cniclailon of the Iord ef heaven and earth, by whom th earth, -was crfato. When the trans-Mlssisslppl wrasres was In eeslon la the Auditorium, oa-e yeA- acn last June and the ceatleava and ladles from Texas wre pleadln; for a covernaent rabsidy to help thra eata Ms a p water harbor at Hoosten. 1 told thtn that "thy iroaM have ail tiw water they would ad witboot covera raent als?ance la due tlm." The "due time" came a fw months aftr tkat mettoz when th tnowtaln of ie ad unow flooded Hootton and vtfartty with "more water than thay ndd thewteh thh Colorado river. fThe readers of the j5r!e will rmeiabr it) Wfcea tfco cities of Texas ar prpared io late csre of an the water they are Wtely in et throwrh natwal sonrees. thea U will be time ono-asa for this great srsfBi to distrilnite lt majra6oet bM: aloaj th- 5tos of the "daateroe ?ter wh Ote Atolshty Creator h Sized the line tor th rift in te artli at tk bjrfatejr when -Ged st.i t3 btvans and the earSSt xyA afl tiwl tire is And it win ao be a umagh for fhlw yrss. or y2r aiaHwlctratloa to advocate expaaoa at any paint atea; Orfs Use. ' WUta, Kaat, . S-K. 3. a JBNTNGS, Steee wriiiar the aftore Terstsa lb eveates tr ha ppwred la Sue bearea ifft tat stfteraooe to tlw aaZM esr. Thf tit aec i the plaasca wh a4r oscscKtioa i the rtSv tin opon aad tf Ziier ataaeis. eaa th r3tatis ei the tide "which aro renxKita r ta ortra of GaJvesiea assA trr oeat Unra. W asd waprsS4 V4arfe. M.. alor.sr ts ttae of tie sa3i2 tidal wave, ia Mch Unae- aad Ude waits r t sasn. CAME BY THE CARLOAD Zeld Ttrictaz Km Rrelxr Mapply of Iara thta. Teop&z wJao ro ap to ii EHd TeStm$ Hattfte ad ae- tkw ant tin serve th 5-eraiioa. t&ere, ar rpslad at tfre cat of Ur pertw5d. "3M?y wo- sr haw a ssvit paeKfcx- saot S&afffl "The American Porter", is without an equal as a re-., freshing beverage, the best English Button! I the Buttons f Sale? s Have Dockum & Higginson Stevens Clothing Co. John Braitsch Rock Island Book Ex. Ph. Aherne The Tornado Morsman, Innes & Co. Goddard Gearing Hocking Drug Co. Goldsmith Book & Sta tionery Co. Boston Store Geo. Innes & Co. Gidday's Smoke House axes to psy &. so much money far livsterk and labor and have any protlt remaining:. A smH bucket of Jard t-mn a very lnSnitieal thtar, bt the nnafaatur of many bkeu of lard rqirea a Jaxce drove of boffn and a oowWTaW awmter of exprt bvtdhers. Wha a rfprter imi the Bajtle gaw x force of rasa at tho packing botte enloadinc iauaeae Strut ture carw Jammed frtl of empty tin to te niled wUh White CJovrr Lea tard, he woDderd whre all the he fat weL There were thr-e-pond , nepiHid earns, teop9iiad cx, twnty-ftv'e pad cans aad Sftr-powi cxn. tacked oe In th other from floor to roef of the fcjjco ears. Kn vM carry oat a xUaIc of ibt9 cans oa thrlr hr3rt and tnejr Joaked Mke a roll of at Ua ale U-t loas. They wiU Jl i sued with UnX and riznl out to the tear omln of Uw earth aad oa every oae i tiaa wJK fee; "Mad at WVsJrtiA." JM adopted Uat eaod time SO aad there c to be a ofc&nn im tlMi wcda. "Made t WfcAUa." rrsd IoM sr it to sot aeoejr7 to ake k Wkta. Kjj. or WVehita, U S. A-. bea rhere It only oae Wieljit la & wprVi, The mmv of Jp. bojc yuaktac hooae. bor-rr. im&r Oukt eOasr arm atr sm iy ?ef law oa fk Hlat of h& ptajat. aa deaiaa over it eoantry report Uuu tmmimr Mi call for ratr ld. It U af-as "Ut Ate larf." U xalirtr ps hooAe were urt kr. Hurt hr-.'. oafc a imlnUT rdrf mi aad r-t oa daeir aas the 'tmm . " XaU at WtaMia," xmd Dm Stop ef -wxrea o Oe erC of oaC pred-w VztA Dita mmU Mb 1 at a jO'. ca th wrd& iM xt WlrtJto. V that euMK he iToa. A pttmHn at b eiast Mid Tffer ta tlae Vu ? iar aoe th ey a tt V a vert tenltatJoa la On , s4 VHmv t&a ZM 9SK to - toi artvSeee of pvtthMT oa park pre ritA at Wkite." rAJuiiNG in'Skw uexko. Th 3rrw sad Ate Cran4e rffOtL Th Senc lAw of tfc Wi aa T?r4. aa i&ssral4 &'l ta br aJMt. wo wSB b t, U Jo frsara deafer; t cu sar kKitCac This 3cxtto jth Tfctaa4S4 ieianwa tlw. te rejrd to 0 artniral. hrJ C7iecil aad Mr (ok ItUzittt of ifci ftviinm. aad fc0Sl ! n tZ haeda at rvry d5r ta b'ma -aia(d wtth ths airOHkU of fanaSa by irTieaoa. Wrtte H. K. 21srrt 3L f.