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JOUElTAIr-FEIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9, SHiVELY IS RE-ELECTED MARKETS TODAY. I I i I 1 1 t I ,f7 of Dishes MCHH with No money whatever required you get the set absolutely free for giving your opinion of the finest tea and coffee in the world to a few friends and neighbors. Full particulars of the plan in each package. It was our. intention to withdraw this offer October 1 st. but so many people have said they did not realize the great chance we are offering until they saw it in the home of some friend, we have therefore decided to extend it. This will give everyone a chance to get a set. Many ladies are securing sets to present to friends at Christmas. Remember, this is not a premium with Defiance Tea and Coffee. It is a present to users of these beverages for making new friends. Ask the. grocer. i'rr, u -tat3g5T-r.:-..-. .- LETTS-SPENCER GROCER CO. - ST. JOSEPH, KO. Again Made President of the Western Baseball Association. The annual meeting of the Western association was held yesterday in Jop- lin at the Clarketon hotel. President 1. M. Shively was re-elected president of the association at an increase in salary. President A. J. Baker of the Joplin team was re-elected vice presi dent. The question of . disbanding the Western association in order that some of the towns might move up into the Western league did not come up di rectlv. However. Manager Cooler of the Topeka team asked for permission to buy the release of the Topeka team from the league at a smaller amount than was provided for at the meeting last year. This request however, tru refused. Manager 13ree'e cf Wichita was a strong opponent of the measure. Cooley stated after the meeting that he would either purchase the release of Topeka from the Western associa tion for the express purpose of sroing into a higher league or that ho would not be with the Topc'.ca team another year. He has been offered the man agement of the Des Moines or Mil waukee club and is at liberty to go to either town he chooses at any time he wants to. This was the only confirm ation of the rumors in regard to the changing of the league's circuit. The pennant which is awarded to the winning team wns formally pre sented to the Topeka team. Fresident Shivelv was given Instructions to ar range the schedule for next year. An other meeting will ba held in Kansas City, December 18th. Those who were present at the meeting yesterday Were: Dick Cooley of Topekaf D. E. Preese of Wichita; Al Rohr. Leavenworth; W. G. Van zandt. H. D. Wlnslnw, Ed Moore, Hutchinson; J. H. Hurlburt, Gus Ben nert, Springfield; J. H. Chinn. Okla homa City; T. C. Hayden, Webb City; Howard Murphy and A. J. Baker, Jop lin. Lewis Armstrong, manager of last year's Joplin team and Larry Milton of Carthage, Mo., were also In atten dance. Wheat Opens Steady Uat Goes Up on Buying of Slay. Similar Conditions Cause an Ad vance in Corn. LIVE STOCK TlfADE. Cattle Are, Steady Natives IJring 4 to $6.60. Hogs a Shade Higher -- Bulk $6.17 to $8.20. . m m M tn IK !J Ufif fli in i! i flliiibifii The Battleship Louisiana Vith the President on Board Passed Oat of tho Virginia Capes Early Today. ON ISTHMUS 4 DAYS. lie Will Visit Porto Itico Before Betarning. of the Louisiana and other vessels at the time. Neither of the warships made any stop, however, and soon paased out of sight to the southeast of Cape Henry. The transfer last night of the presi dential party in upper Chesapeake bay from the yacht Mayflower to the Louis iana was without special incident so far as is known here. The weather at sea today is charming and the conditions tor a delightful trip by the president and his party could not be more promising than at present. Wireless telegraph messages are ex pected from the president all along the coast. The Louisiana will not leave the coast shore for any great distance and will be in touch by wireless almost dur ing the entire trip. Will Only Spend One Day on the Island. Cape Henry, Va., Xov. 9. The battle fillip Louisiana with President Roosevelt and party on board and the convoying warships Tennessee and Washington passed out of the Virginia Capes at 6:30 a. m. today. When some distance off Cape Henry, the Louisiana raised signals of some kind which the L'nited States weather observer at the cape was unable to dis tinguish because of a great amount of smoke being emitted from the funnels If 86 rii hill EaJ Breath, R'llawking and Spit ting Oakkly Cured Fill Out Free Coupon Below. v. i ' - - Ofy New Disovcry Quickly Cures Catnrrh." V. K. (iaus. Catarrh 23 rot only tUmgrous, but it causes bad breath, ulceration, dath and dpcay of the bones. 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Simply fill in your name and address on dotted lines below and man to C E. GAl'SS, 7855 Main Street, Marshall, Mich. Washington, Nov. 9. "Good-by, I am going down to see how the ditch is get ting along," shouted President Roose velt as he stood on the after starboard deck of the yacht Mayflower at the Washington navy yard as the vessel was leaving the dock with the presi dent for.his Panama trip. . . Accompanying the president were Jlrs. Roosevelt and her maid. Surgeon General Rixey of the navy, and M. C. Latta, one of the assistant secretaries at the White House. The Mayflower will take the party to Wolf Trap light. at the mouth of the Rappahannock riv er in Chesapeake bay, where a transfer will be made to the battleship Louisi ana, which is to convey the president to and from the isthmus. President and Mrs. Roosevtlt arrived at the navy yard shortly before 4 o'clock, where they were met by Sec retary Loeb, Captain Lentz, the com mandant of the yard, and Captain A. T. Long, o the Mayflower. A com pany of marines and a detachment of sailors were drawn up about the wharf, and as the presidential carriage arrived a welcome was sounded from the bugler aboard the ship and from a drummer in the marine ranks. Ilanil Plays and Cannon Boom. For a few moments the president and Mrs. Roosevelt chatted with naval of ficials on the wharf, and then as the band aboard the ship played the "Star Spangled Banner and the bugle sound cd another welcome they walked down the gang plank aboard the vessel. Here had assembled to meet them Postmas ter General and Mrs. Cortelyou, Ambas sador Jusserand and Madame Jusaer and, who carried a large bunch of flow ers for Mrs. Roosevelt, and James K. Garfield, the commissioner of corpora tions. They remained with the presi dent for about 15 minutes until the or der was given to start. Then a United Plates flag was run up the vessel's gaff, the gangplank was taken, the ship loosed from her moorings and the trip to Panama was begun. As the vessel started. President Roosevelt appeared on deck and shout ed a goodby to the crowd which had assembled. He appeared to be in par ticularly good spirits and remained on deck until the vessel was out of sight. As the ship passed the lower end of th navy yard, a parting president's salute of "1 guns was fired. The Louisiana will be convoyed to and from the isthmus by the armored cruis ers Tennessee and Washington. Aboard the Louisiana is Lieutenant Frank Ev ans, who will utilize the wireless tele graph apparatus with which the ship is equipped for communicating with the White House at Washington whenever the president desires it. In this way the public will be accu rately informed of the movements of the ships. Secretary Loeb will give the press dispatches from the president, which may be received from time to time. Will (Jo Over ilic Route. The president will spend four days on the Isthmus. He will arrive at Colon Thursday, November 15. where he is to be greeted aboard ship by President Amador. of Panama, and Mrs. Amador, Chairman SlLonts and other officials of the canal commission. Considerable of that day will be spent at IiBoca and Ancon. the train mak ing a slow run across the isthmus in order to give an opportunity to see the sights and make an examination of the work. At LaRoea there is to be an inspec tion of the present terminus of the old French canal and the Panama railroad following which there wiill be a trip to nearby islands, where the president is to be shown the proposed actual Pa cific end of the cana! in deep water land its approaches. In the afternoon , there is to be a sight seeing trip j around Ancon hill. At Ancon the day i is to be made a "flesta" with the town ! decorated and illuminated. The presi . dent and party are to be driven in carriages through the principal ! streets, accompanied by an escort on ' horseback. Porto Rico to Be Visited. An address will be made by Presi dent Amador, and a response by Presi jdent Roosevelt. In the evening the president and Mrs. Roosevelt and oth ers are expected to dine with Presi dent and Mrs. Amador at the Presi dencia. This probably will be the only time on the isthmus when the president will leave the jurisdiction of the United States. The programme for Friday and Sat urday contemplates a visit to and in spection of all points of interest on the isthmus, including the Culebra cut, the site of the proposed dam and locks at Gatun, and the present and proposed terminals of the railroad and canal at Cristobal. Sunday will be spent quietly on the isthmus, and in the evening the party will board the Louisiana for San Juan, Porto Rico, where the vessel is scheduled to arrive Thursday morning. November 2 2. At San Juan elaborate preparations have been made for the reception of the president. He will remain there one dav, leaving Friday, November 23, for Washington. When the Louisiana reaches Wolf Trap light the party will be transferred to the Mayflower and nrnceed to Washington, where the vessel is scheduled to arrive Tuesday evening, November 2 7. THE GARDEN CITY DITCII. The United States Reclamation Service Will Build It. ff 11 SOUTH TOPEKA. Garden City. Kan.. Nov. 9 The Uni ted States reclamation service will do the work on the farmers' ditch, ae all contractors' bids have been rejected. With the exception of a minor bid all were found to be much too high to per mit the letting of the work, and decis ion was made to have It completed un der the supervision of Charles E. Gor don, the engineer in charge. Twenty men are already on the ground, and more men and material will be sent as quickly as they can be obtained. Mr. Gordon is advertising for 300 men and 100 teams. Laborers are offered 25 cents an hour with board and lodging furnished by the govern ment, and they have the prospect of eight months of steady work. Teams will be paid for at the rate of 44 cents an hour. The work will be pushed as rapidly as possible by the government officials and it wili add materially to the ac tivity around Deerfield from now on. Phiram. Nov. S. WHEAT The wheat market opened steady today, but soon be came firm on a good demand for the May option. There was considerable profit taking in December. The small receipts in the northwest was the main source oi strength. December opened unchanged to a shade lower at 72Hra'i'2c, to 72c and Bold at 7a72o. Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago reported receipts of 672 cars against o'oo cars last week and 1,031 one year ago. The close was firm with December at iSc. CORN The corn market was steady on good buying of May by commission houses and in sympathy with wheat. De cember opened unchanged to Vic lower at 42c to i2c, and sold at 42Hc. Local re ceipts were 240 cars with 30 of contract grade. Although prices Aid not advance ma terially the market was firmer at the close. December closed at 4L'c, high er than the close of yesterday. OATS The oats market was firm on a good demand by shorts. Offerings, how ever, were light. December opened un changed to a shade higher at 34 g34c and sold at 34c. Local receipts were 119 cars. , PRnvtsmvs Provisions were steady. hut verv ouiet. The market for live hogs was weak and this offset a fair buying movement in lard and ribs. January pork was 2Vic lower at Jlt.tto; lard was un changed at 3.474. Ribs were down 2c 6c at 7.B7V4S7.00. WHEAT Cash: No. 2 red, 74rff74Uc; Ivo. 3 red, 7'W374c; No. 2 hard. 7zi'i575c; No. 3 hard. 7U!74e; No. 1 northern, 7a$3c; No. 2 ditto, 76fl-81c ; No. 3 spring, 72iiSOc. CORN No. 2, 4445c; No. 3 new, 41 3 42c. OATS No. 2, 33M.e; No. 3, 3Z2Sie. RYE Cash. 62Ti64c. BARLEY Cash, 4053c. FLAX, Clover and Timothy nil. National Board of Trade Kansas City. Furnished by J. E. Gall, Commissions. Grains Provisions, Cotton and Stocks. Office 110 W. Sixth St. Phone 4S6. Kansas City, Nov. 9. Ocen High Low Cluse Yea .ti.e y 'jt.r 1 Saturday Shoe Buyers Should by all means investigate this sea son's special values in the celebrated Washburn Boys' "Washburn" Heavy double soles Gun Metal, Box Calf $3.00 and Shoes $4 and J Patent and Plain Leathers in nobbiest original lasts and fashions. Quality equal to most $4.50 and 5 Shoes. Shoes $2.50 Boys Storm Calf Shoes with heavy double & Jj C f soles, Blucher styles JW.jU 1 at Stetson Fine Shoes $5, $6, $7 Boyden's Fine Shoes, $6, $7, 8, $9 Leave items for this column with Kimball Printing to., 31 .norm Kansas avenue. John Recer was in town today from Mencken, Rev. J. Barrett will spend Saturday m Tecuniseh. Mrs. C. A. Davis was in town today from Mencken. Richard Wright was a North side vis itor today from Grantville New Edison records will play the pho nograph this evening. A. M. Cross. It will pay you to see our men s high lace boots and work shoes before buy in. T. T. Joseph. R Long and family have moved to 1109 Central avenue. Mr. Long has been living on the south side. Mrs Morehead of 1031 Quincy street, will leave Sunday for Trenton, Mo., and from there will go to Iowa to visit rela- r ':c Adams has enlaiged and lm- ..-ni.aT tho interior of his store at 935 Kansas avenue by moving his meat de partment from tne norm vi me .' - - v,u rmth side while that por ti r fv.c building formerly occupied bv the meats will be fitted up with -helves and utilized for the groceries. The W. T. K. club will meet Tuesday, tvt is at the home of Mts. Andy Holconib six miles southwest of it i nlnnned to make this meet ing an all uay picnic sinu n mc c...... is plepsant this will be the programme for the dav. If the weather should be inclement this outing will be abandoned iv,n ,.iuh will meet at the home of Mrs. Frank Luce, 401 Taylor street, Gustafon Hohberg. a retired farmer who lived on the old Squire Evans place on West Gordon street beyond the city limits, was touna aeaa jtomuj roon about 4 o'clock by his wife Mr. Hohberg was at work on a part of the farm om oistance from the hou.se and had evidently been cleaning off the BroUnd as there are indications that a small Are had been started There were no signs of any struggle and it is thought that the man over-exerted him-c-oif while at work. Dr. Keith was sum moned and after an examination pro nounced his death due to heart trouble. Mr Hohberg was f.R years old and came here from Iowa. For a number of years he lived on the old Daniels place north of town but after the big flood of 1903 moved to his present home. He leaves his wife and nine children, nearly all erown The funeral arrangements have not vet been made as the family are '; trv hear from one of the sons who is now in California. The fire department was called out thl' morning about half past 11 o'clock to 11 '7 Ouincv street, where there was a rrall fire. This house is occupied by Mr Shultz and family while his moth er 'Mrs Schultz has two rooms of the nlace and it was in her part of the houe the fire occurred. The origin of the fire IS not Known a!" lueie wan no fire in the room nor any person when the blaze started. Just before Mrs. cschultz left her room she struck a match the end of which she threw in a huckPt containing kindling. Fearing that there might be a chance for fire "he then poured water in the bucket. he to positive there was no fire left but the firemen are inclined to think that eome undiscovered spark must have re mained in the bucket. The paper, the carpet and some of the furniture of the room was more or le.--s damaged by the blaze. If the fire had not been dis covered when it was it might have re sulted seriously as in the next room was M-s Schultz. Jr.. with a week old baby who were both removed to aaother part of the house. or ttupttire New scientific Appliance. .Always a Perfect Fit-Adjustable to Any Eizs Person Easy, comfortable, Is ever Slips, No CbnoxlouB Springs or Pads-Coats Less than many Common Trusses Made for Ken, Wcmen or Children. WHF.AT Dec. ... 6 . 674 May ... 71V2 71 Dec. ... SV's-'i a. May ... 3S Zk July ... 39U OATS May ... 34V PORK Jan. ...13.S3 May LA llO Jan. ... 8.42 May ... S.37 Itlfcib 66 71V4 37 3SV2 39Vfe fiS-s-67 66 71 374 3S5g 391,8 39 ',4 34- 34-V4 34 14. C6 13.95 S. 47-50 8.42 S.40 8.37 14.05 14.15 8.45 8.40 Jan. May 7.65-7 7.57 7.70 7.52 7.65-7 7Hs- 37 381.- 39-4 34Vfe 13.97 14.05 8.42 S.37 7.57 7.67- To Insure Ycurseive? Best Results Censlgu To . ft Mi Un Slsclt Cssssl$sl23 HsrsSasts, Stosk Yzrife, toss Git;. WE LSO HAYS OUS Own WWW CHSCAga. .!. 'f f ouah" deiivU mm &rt. so. st. fruui. t bufwia J) 09 Hi I? HU. on 08 63. 60.. 2S. ... 235 ... 279 173 ... 195 HOGS. 6.20 J 55 ! c i-ii fft 207 6.20" 64 6.17Msl 73 6.10 6.22'i 6.25 Kansas City Produce Slarkct 8;fe. 2 ?ed, Chicago Markets. Furnished by J. E. Gall, Commisaiona, Grains, Provisions, Cotton and blocks. Office 110 W. Sixth St. Phone 4S6.J Open High WHEAT 72H- 73 77- (V-8 76H 76" Send It tn Approval-You Wear It-If You Are Not satisfied, I Refund Your Money. I have invented a rupture appliance that I can safely say, by 30 years' ex perience in the rupture business, is the only one that will absolutely hold the rupture and never slip and yet is coal, comfortable, conforms to every move ment of the body without cnanng or rec. May July r-nn m- Dec. . . . 42H-43 42 May . . . 4SV2 4.! Julv ... 44V 44I.i OATS . ., .... Dec. ... 34 - w 33 Chicago, Nov. 9. Low Close Yes 72- 7714 76 76 76l.2- 42 44 42 43 44 42 43- 44 v.. -rf I - k ' July ... 33 PORK Jan. ...14.ua Mav ...14.15 LAkD- Jan. ... S.47 May ... S.42 F.IBS- Jan. May 34 - 34- 34'4-l 33 33 14.17 14.-7 8.52 S.47 35 33 14.05 14.15 8.47 S.42 14.15 14.25 S.50 8.45 7.57-60 7.65 7.70-72 7.77 7. 57-60 7.62 7.70-72 7.75 14.07 14.15 8.47 S.42 7.62 7.75 4d1'fn 41c OATS Unchanged No. 333, c- No. 2 mixed, 3-jj3-;4 RyeSteady. No. 2, 5 . 33'' had a better undertone, Reading rallying to a fraction over yesterday's closing. Bv the time some of the western rail road stocks had rallied a point from the lowest, the market began to show signs of weariness again and prices feil buck. Reading went oft about a point but sub sequently arose to 146, an over-night ad vance of a point. LSehans&. December, 37c . -COIV,T.,r W rnBh: No. 2 mixed May, k-c. jm. "'V.Ws white. 42c V4C. Rye-Steady, .o. tin 75 HAY Firm. -;noicu '"'""'' " " M.00; choice rrairie, n... oack. BUTTtli-t inn. t--Cr r ii tn. ... Receipts Wheat, 91 cars. Chicago rroduce JIarket. a CHEESE Market Chicago, ; NOV. '; V twins 123i3c; firm. Daisies, tw "" -J?.A'SeJica.IoSflrm: turkeys, 15c; CTTteki creamery, SLgfnrket&, at mark cases Included, 21jS23c. Kngar and Coffee Market. New York, Nov. 9. SUGAR Raw quiet; fair rertning. 3 6-16c; centrifugal, 96 test, 3 13-16C ; molasses sugar, 3 l-16c; refined, quiet: crushed. $5.5o; powdered, ILSC-; granulated, ?4.S0. COFFEE Market steady. No. 7 Rio, 79iC. Cotton Market. Galveston. Tex.. Nov. 9 COTTON Market steady, 9 15-16c. New York, Nov. 9. COTTON Spot closed quiet, 20 points decline; middling uplands 10; middling gulf 10.35; sales li bales. New York Produce Market. New York, Nov, 9,-BVTTEB-F rmj street price i "':0 extra, 19(3 27c; prices, oreamei), i-t;c; wesi- 20c; held seconds to extra. -ij v, . . ern factory, common to lUsts 16 " imitdtimi creamery, nrsis: WCHLeill l'""1' 2Sc; official spring chick ens and fowls. 114,0 " CHEESE Quiet. EGGS firm; western firsts, prices. 8e; seconds, zwmc rUL.bi.ivi-V,-,-. "Aw. Ur- Dressed, las. Brltton, Curf.d of Rupture by C. E. Brooks. hurting and costs less than many ordi nary trusses. I have put the price so low that any person, rich or poor, can buy, and I absolutely guarantee it. I make it to your order send it to you vou wear it, and if it doesn't satisfy you send It back to me and I will refund your money. That is the fairest prop osition ever made by a rupture special ist. The banks or any responsible cit izen in Marshall will tell you that is thj way I do business always absolutely on the square. Here is what Mr. Jas. Brltton. a prom inent manufacturer of Bethlehem, Pa., writes: "C. E. Brooks, Esq. Dear Sir: I have been ruptured six years end have al ways had trouble with it till I got your appliance. It Is very easy to wear, urn neat and snug, ana is not in a.v anv time, day or night. In fact at times I did not know I had it on. It just ad antot itself to the shape of the body and clung to. the spot no matter what Tuition f was in. It would be a verit- ahk rtod-send to the unfortunate who ofl'n fmm mntiire. if all could pro cure the Brocks Rupture Appliance and ir Ttipv certainly would nev regret it. My rupture is all healed up and nothing ever did it Put your appu- onoe Tas BHttOH. If 'vou have tried most everything i come to me. Where others fail is rv-hr-n. T have my greatest success uMtn me todav and I will send vou my book on Rupture and its Cure showing my appliance and giving you prices and names of people have tried it and been cured. It is instant relief when all others fall. Re member I use no salves, no harness, no lies Just a straight business deal at a reasonable price. C. K. Brooks. 2-130 Brooks Building, Marshall. Midi. Kansas Cltv Live Stock. Kansas Citv. Mo., Nov. 9. CATTLE Receipts 2,000, including 400 southerns Market steady. Native steers, 4.00&t.60 v,n fao " -.T.tn&.'S,: southern cows S2.O0S3.25: native cows and heifers. $2.00-a 5.00; stockers and feeders. 52. o.gH.ou, J2'"i3.7o; calves, c lyao.a; wmi" t3.5CK35.26; western cows, 2.0iS4.00. HOGS Receipts 8.000. Market steady to a shade higher. Bulk. $6.17'M.20; heavy $B15fiS.20; packers, $6.15.20; pigs and light S5.75fiS 20. SHEEP Receipts 3,000. Market steady. Muttons. i4.5fyfi5.75: lambs, &WafK range wethers, 4.:56.0u; fed ewes, J4.00 5.50. Chicnco Ltve Stock. Chicago, Nov. 9. CATTLE Reef j pis 4 000 Market steady. Beeves, J4.oor31.s, cows and heifers. tl.e04T6.15; stockers and feeders t2.50fi4.50; Texans, t3. ,d4.30, westerners. $3.906.10: calves. t8.W8-7.io HOGS Receipts 15,000. Market weak; mixed and butchers', SS.95S6.40; good heavy. J6.25fl.42; rough heavy fcvftXi 6 00; light. 5.S5-6.32; pigs. to.6oS.lo; bulk. t6.0fKff6.30. . SHEEP Receipts S.000. Market steady. Sheen. I3.75!55.60: lambs, t4.7D7.60. Kansas City Live Stock Sales Today. The following sales were made xouay i the stock yards. Kansas City, Mo., and teiephonen to ine lopena ciiic ,w....... by Clay. Robinson & Co.. live stock com mission merchants, with offices at all principal stock yards. Kansas City. N 9. CATTLE Re ceipts 2,fXX head. MarKet sieauy. ket steady to 2Vc lower. i5unt oi saies, jj 1 Z.r,-, L n Ton ii "rt SHKii.F' -Keceipis loaay nu. ket steady. .r,-T Wt. Price. iNo. Wt. 1115 M-S5 I 20. T&5 COWS ANi) HEIFERS a5 !-estern chickens 5c turkeys, 16lSc; fowls, 11 i-c- Market Gossip. rmirnlshed by J. E. Gall. Commissions, drains Provisions, Cotton and Stocks. Office 110 W. Sixth St. Phone 4S6. Liverpool cables: Spring wheat, c low- ecoTni caol'sr Wheat, c lower; corn, Chcaeo car lots today: Wheat 23. corn "chfeago?1 Estimated car lots tomorrow: v:int 53 corn 31S. oats 14. Northwest car lotstoday: Minneapolis AVlieat 312; last year 521; Duluth. wheat IosinVcable'sf- Wheat, c lower; corn c lower. Kange of ITices on Stocks. rtrnrnls ed hv J. E. Gall, Commissions, drains". Provisions. Cotton and Stocks. Office 110 W. Sixth St. Pnone 4So. Topeka Slnrkef a. Furnished by Charles Wolff Packing Co. Yards close at noon on Saturdays. HOGS. Topeka, Kan., Nov. 9. MIXED AND BUTCHERS 5.S2';i5.S7 HEAVY 5.S2'S.S5 LIGHT ........-- 5.) 5.45 Stags tl0061-s0 lfcfis than hoija, accord lnc to quality. b CORN FED CATTLE. HEIFERS $2.5t;3 :3 COWS 2.6jo O'l BULLS IMjV.Z.vi LIGHT CALV E.S 4 OKj4.2i HEAVY CALVES ......1 S.5. 1-4:4.09 Send only good calves, not only naif led stock. GRASS CATTLE. COWE'AND HEIFERS t2 OOf 3.0! BULLS Z.'MU'i.li Only fat wanted. rFumished by, J B. Billard, Central 1 Mills, o34 N. Kansas Ave. NO. 2 WHEAT 2a. NO. 3 W It A r 1S.-0 4 WHEA1 50 KO' GRADE WHKAi 5,, CORN 35a NEW CORN 3.'.; jsO 2 OATS 3-,a N. 3 OA IS.... 2ao lislied by t- L- Lux, 2J0Kan. . ' " ii rape ' fruit! 3' No. 42.. Price. t3.25 New York, Nov. sock.- wseiir :::.::-::::l5ti I. K. 1. .......... ' ,? .... aou. 43l ji-.a. 47 u 46 46 4(.i'4 104W 1f 104 104 104 SS 99 9S 99 99 . . r .... 101 "iV 'l7V. 17'i 1711 17 " 170H 171 170 171 17'' ::::: 2s 2s 2$ 2 43 401- ' ' " ti'j?.' qi 9:1 93 151 153 154 1541 73 72 72 741. 12 127 127 121 a Ah'n A"'" 172.. 15.. 10.. 74.. 1.. 29.. 1.. S3.. 870 . . 85S .. 954 .. oSS . . 720 . . 827 .. 140 ..1323 I11S.... 2.25 20 3.10 I 36. ... STOCKERS. S.?5 I 5.... 3.00 I 95 3S5 CALVES. 6 50 I 5.... STAGS. 4.10 ( 925 795 75S 5S2 460 3.15 3.10 2.40 2 P5 3.75 Coppe a'. Car & Fndy U S. Steel, com. U. S. Steel, pfd.. Atchison, com. . . Atchison, pfd. .. Great Vv estern St. Paul Rock Island WolmcTl nfli Missouri Pacific Am. Smelting ... Am. Locomotive N. Y. Central... Texas Pacific ... Southern Pacific Reading Erie, com So. Railway . Union Pacific C. & O B. & O L. & N ........... Pennsylvania . Can. Pacific .. National, Lead C. F. & I 93: 154 73 12S 36 Furiu: Per bok per bos Per box Medlu GRAPES. Aimorin. Tier u'- Tokay. per NEW LEMONS. BANANAS." im sized bunches, bunch. ? , buncoes, uuiich.... 4-ba-sket crate CHAN fcSEttKlES. QUINCES. ' cocoANuis.' Ave. 3.50 to.W -$5.5056X0 ..tl. 75 32.01 -.t5.&:'r36 ci 2W 653 15.W per barrel per box . Per dozen . f" , Aoinii and ittah unvi::;' Strictly first claXpp?LEs!"rak case Per 3-bu. lepeXRS. Per box V-wVVVV- 42.54 per box Hallowt. per . NEW FIGS. NEW DATES. Sair. per lb. 0174 92 91 91 t'i-n 145 146 144 146 145 4.Ufc 43 42 43 4S 1RJ 1S3 1S1 1X2 IS?' :::: 52 53 52 52 53 11S ns it.- iii; 142 144 14' 139 139 149 174 174 174 51 51 51 142 14! 139 1S9 174 174 75 76 51 51 Xew York Stocks. wall Street. New York. Nov 9. Early small snaie 13S 6.00 Miners' Wages Advanced. Bisbee. Ariz.. Nov. 9. All miners em ployed by mining companies at Bisbee and Tombstone have received notice of a raise in wages to date from November 1. The scale has been advanced 25 cents a day, all around. Miners now receive $3.75 a day, shaft men t4.25 and first motion hoisting engineers to.25. The new scale means the payment of half a million dollars more each year by mining companies. Tyler Defeated by Brock. . Erie Pa., Nov. 9. Phil Brock of Philadelphia and Kid Tyler of Pitts burg fought a fifteen round battle here before the Erie athletic club. There was a good crowd present, and both hnvi showed, remarkable cleverness. Ti refeTn a.wa.rded the bout to Brock, PACKAGE DATES. Roval. per box. Anchor, PO ckbRYXUTs Per bushel j.rXxoES. Kaw Valley, per bu Minnesota. Burbanks Nebraska, per bu Sweet, per bu. Per cwt per bushel .. Per bu. CAHBAQE. ""BEETS.'"' "TURNips." "onions!" S5a ....6c 6c ....t2.25 ... 2.ftJ ....fl.60 6Sa fee To e7ta .. . .fl.10 60a 603 j, . i : 1 t tnr-K WPf. Oil uenuiiK? i" ""I V' .I. " I.., ti and at lower prn-en man . - '"""j"'' man was a notable exception and was lifted 8 by the report of the plan of the distribution of the surplus to siockhold- count of the intended increase m the pre ferred stock. Great Northern preferred declined 1 and Northern Par fie. Na tional Lead and Sugar substantial frac- "fhe pre'eaur at the outset was relaxed and the market recovered fully. The high er prices nowever prompteu tian and there was a general decline a gam to, below the opening level. Liberale offer ings cf Reading and Brooklyn Transit -irid an 8 ner .cent money rate, put a damper on bullish activity. Reading. Brooklvn Transit. Sugar and American Ice Securities vielded a pomt, irgin:a Iron 2 and Minnear-oiis. St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie 3. Pullman lost all of its opening gain. . Rending was forced down 1 and Union Pac'fic 1 before a rally occurred. A rise of " in Northern Pacific was the prin cipal force in a moderate rally which was followed by semi-stagnation. Bonds were heavy. The transactions in stock shrank con iir.r.rtiT with the rise in call money. 1 Twelve per cent was bil tor loans at x j o'clock. The stock market nevertheless per bu. " tennnisb. per crate bpamsu, v CELERY. n.r doz. bunches leraoz.. " OYSTERS. S'andard. per p11 ?. Y pjim Select, per can N Y Counts, per can N- ' BULK OYSTERS. X. Y. .:ouii. ' 7;Sf?5c 1.4 5175o See 45a il.Vt . .... 1.75 1.4il t':.. GnlertB. " er gal standard, per gal , StdDMi"' (.,p,u -wet en- Kansas Y. A. 33 e lb. N Y. sia1 .... iovc iu. Block Swiss 7:, Twin (2 to box). nTTTTER. EGGS 16 c lb. 15c lb. 14 c lb. t 14 c lb. 14 o lb. rui LTRY. 'nrniihw! " - "i" 01 LS Kan. Ave.l "'POULTRY Hens, So lb.; spring chick--n Sc lb.; live turkeys: hens and young Gobblers, m 140 : oid torn.. 12c. BUTTER-Fresh country, lS22c. HAY. PRAIRIE HAY New. 3.00J10.00; baled, $9ALFALAFA HAT Loose, tl0.00ll.00. Topeka Hide JIarket. TFcrn'shea uy the City Hay Market, 411 1 Quincy street. Topeka, Kan., Nov. 9. rprlces paid TopeKa this week, hist a on Bostor nurttations. GREEEN SALT CURED 12o NO. X HORSE t2.Kfff3.niJ NO. 1 TALLOW V 'i i '