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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: MONDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1904.
9 k J Is IO 1: ir FINANCIAL we owx .ixn offer for sale $25,000 Home Telephone Company First Mortgage 5s, OK KAXS CITV, MO. Ia1d Jaauarr 3d IJHJX Mnttire 1023. lnomlnnf!oaa. 4100. J-WOO and fl.OOO. A1tbna;li In operattloa for only lx ntonths. ffila Cora pa us- Ik now arr losr si1o.ot lea Ibonnand Mubarrlber. LITTLE & HA YS INVESTMENT CO. Bell Mnln lhJD. 303 X. Femrlh M. KInloch A J3HJ. FINANCIAL Williams, Youngs Co, STOCKS, CRA1,, COTTO. Ljc'Ki Hi;., 4tJ isl Olire Jtt.,St. Lcclt, Western Correspondent of HAIGHTsFREESE CO. ItWTORK. PHIUDEtPHIA. B0.T0". VAI11 mall on request 4 t pace illustrated klimu to ivi:vroiis" AJCIs "i!Hiv market letter.- De-ictniinlne the rhartcr and fnan eial responsibility of your Umker I a important as the selection of rizht i-oeic." GRAIN VALUES FIRM DESPITE LIGHT TRADING. HEAT FUTURES STEADY. CLO-SK '"uru. Shows Slight Gain on Cold "Weather in th; North orn Belt. Whcrl opened easy, but later rallied and floecd irlrndy. Except in the extreme Xorthwf weather condlllons were- s-ner-.tlly favorable. Cables were easy anel there ta not much of n foreign demand for -mrlcan lircaJsnifTs. The outride fpeeu lallve Inquiry was eztremely small, but cah valti'-H held up fairly well. The mar ket was rather eaxy in the tlrist hour, but lem.ire the lo"j of the wtwlon trensth In l!i Mlniicatxillsj Hiid Chicago markets as reflecte-el her, and there wa some cover He by aborts. The volume of trndlne was emir moderate. Corn xva almot a blink. There wa no speculative trading until fear the end of the ylon. Weather In dication wern mlloly bulllnh. and the ac-tlvf- option closeil with a slight advance in line with -wheat. Cash Crnln, Floor, Kir. WHEAT-B eampl. del.: No. 2 re-d at t.I3' w. e to elevator: no. z red t st.iieri.1T local and I.I7ai.i7it destination: No. 4 at Mc tor lew to tl.1t for choice; rejected at Sl'jc. no crade heatlnc at 88fcS7c: No 2 hard nominal!? JI 1231 H; No. 2 hard at JI Mtrl.1l: No. 4 hart at :-BfI : No. 3 white sprlns; at 3101 M. lat. tr choice. Skd.. trolfced in efvator: No Z rd at.ll l"; No. 2 red at 31.14'.: No. 4 at M!ic. T0riN-v rample. del.: No I at 33'4c local. No 3 at S3'-r local: XKc destination; No 2 elotv at 14c local; No. 3 white at 33c to 33V and No. 1 white at tic to 34'zC Inside rate local an I outside ,1-stlnatlnn. OATH-IIy sample, del.: No. I at 329J2'-c: No. 3 at 21322c: No. 4 at 30c; No. Z white at 3tt J3-: No. 3 while at SJff3c: No. 4 white at 31w fil.e. KIOUR-Poft winter In o-: Patent JiTi f0; rtralsht Kiinft; cutra fancy JiCSl.U: lear J4 trQZ; low anl medium aradea In Jjtea Jt rsai.T5. Hani winter In Jute k : Vatent JIJOtfSM: .tralalit l.fa4: .Lera ZJ,X V), low yra'le timftija). i:vi: rtoun-in wco-i jig4 io; in jute k. 7lfi3x- i-ORNMEAI, 1; rearl meal, crlla and liomlnr xzes lUUtyr.r.O-Vtt i; trk. and In Ii-r: l:in at M" for hard an-1 85330c (Utter c3m epun tri) fT toft winter: mixed frj at 918Kc for I ard and fZc tor eoft winter; mMdlinite t $1 J1.10. Jn large rk. bran at 8V-. At mill bran J)ha at wnz and mMdllnn at 51. i;. nTn No. Z at 7-: No z at 74e. HAT Bull B trk.r Tlmothr at JI!: choice at JIMJH for No 1 and Mf for No 3: j;b: low cradeji. Clorer ill for No I and JI1BI2 f.tr No. Z -'Closer mixed at SW1M tor No. 1 and fe rffl tor No 3 fralrle for choice. 41511 ;n f.,r No. I, S7e?.M for No. Z and Sg ror low- SWde. KTIIAIV On trk.: Wheat JIM8J. oat uae: t T.V'J rtxsrrno-iiM't bM IJ-:t Nomtnally H U'i. Hl'EL.TBn-4 ). Cnrli (iraln Mnrkcla. t. IMla Dec. wheat 1 lc bid. run l.lti,-: to l.U'.e and ralla l.UUc to t.liiSe. lllt-aake-Dec wheat-Puta l.m.c Wi and calla 1.14c lay wheat-1-utj l.llUe and call 1 14'ic Dec corn Puia M'.c. May corn Pots 4S"- and ralla V-. Jllnneapoll" lc what-I-uta 1.11'ic and calls J.lt'te. Ktoeka of Grain In fnrr. Satnrdar. Prldjy. Jjiat Tr. VI heat 2,.7 3.JJ4.347 3,I1I4 Corn 7,75 M.1W M.T Oat I,(ua l.W I4 B),rj Itye .B2 J 3 2I,4: ISarler -i(Ct nr.12 4J No. 1 red wheat.... Vn.tr, 7:i.43 l.CJ.'M No. 3 hard wheat... 4,.2M 4;.4C Kl.tW No. 3 mixed com ., 74.U1 7.ITO M 13 No. 3 whlt corn .. z.tmi t.n ivrrt No. 3 yellow corn .. iTi 1.105 1S No. 3 mUed oat ... SJ7.MS S1J.-W 3.H5 No. 3 ry Z.Wf) Z.WI 1Z.ZZ Prodoce. nUTTEIt Oearoerr. citra 31c firsts 17318:. fecmim unite; country-packed J'y;; ladle lacked, citra 15c, tirata l!c: dairy-parked, fsner 15316c poor 10 fair 33913c, frrrai 45c EXJGB P.eceived Sit ptta. local and lis pkirt. throurh: ahlpmeata iOOO pkte.; market higher at lc for current receipts, case count, casca re turned: at lc for Ptrlctly frerh flrrta, and 2Wje for extrai. city-packed, cares Included. CI I EE9K Northern en ordera: Twina at Jtjc; lnitle Mc: dalales 10"4.c: New Tork twins st,c; Wmburaer lCrffiolic for choice, poor 7c; 6nlss at 10 for choice. LIVE POULTRT Quote: llena lc: roosters. "Id or atacxy stock tc: spnnc chickens -.9 70c; turkeys, old 14c younr 13c; spring ducks ': geeao nominally lc: iprlnc rre ; guinea chickens st 32.(0 doz. for old and S3 for young, rireona 75c- per doz DREflHED POUL.TRT Quote: UcaMed chick ens, undrawn, with head and feet on Chickens, average, lie: roosters 7c Turkey ltc Ducks c. Spring chickens 1314c. GAMD Woodcock quotable at 55 and grass Idover at Il.tO per doz. VEAIs-Cbolce, to fancy lota, 110 to 120 lbs. l"-Vs". heretics and thin 384c, VBOO 'UEOS Oiolce large JJ.7J; medium V5. and small 25fT7So per doz. FRESH naif-BUcX bass 124c for i-Ib. and over. 10c for tVTb. or less: crapple 5c tor small to Jc for large: dressed cat 10c: enoonWIl cat 7c; bullheads, dressed 3V4C gross 3c: buffalo, drested I'Jc, grois 3c. German carp, larce dressed 4c gross 2c: s-mflsh tc; white perch 2'. Prorlsloaa. Pork, to. b Now atandaid mesa In Jobbing 1 ay ciossd nominally at 3l".t. trd Cbolce steam . aloe cloied nominally ".Jc Kettle-rendered (4c to 7,c Oreen llama. Etc Car lots oeld f. o. b. E. aido thus: Hams K)-av. at 9c Izb at 9-tc, lis at 9c IH at Vic !U at e'lC stoat SSc; akUmed hams lta at DUc ISttZOs at 10!c W ns at lOUc: CaUfomlaa at T'.itTJUc. New York shoulders llOau-av.) at 7J4c: bellies egs-av. JI'jc, 19-av. 10.ic 12-av. ic. 14-av. sc Krom the block deb: llama at Wz to c for run of bouse, bellies at 7?c to 4c as In average, Callfornlas at She New Tork shoulders at 6Sc D. . Meats To arrive, loose cured c'nos juoted nominally: 4-eii-av. at Sc and M-ai. , ttc c a, f. Itxd. lots In Jobbing war ranged thus; Extra ehorta at He crlbs at luc, short clear at SSc belllea at SUc to 8-s.c plats at cifat backs at 7c standard backs c Orders fiacon Bdr. c. meat in a Jobblnj: way ranged: Ureakfast bacon from 10J(c for heavy to It'iC for cnoice llrh hams at llHe to jiVc California at tVieH-e. Ne-r Tork anouldcra at c Plain smoked bad. lot In a Jobbing way ranged: Extra shorts, at Stic c'ribs a" !-c. short clear at Vc. bellies at 10'Jc to loSc vlatea at 7ic, fat backs at 7ic -ttiWard biAs at 4c Dealers cbarged higher on orders. Oleo Stearine-Nomlnal at 8c Tallow 43-untry at 4Tc for No. 1 and 434'ic for No. i. Packers prime at 4"ietsC Grease Quote: Brown 3fi2V. yellow 3ua 3VC and whlt-"Hi-4"ic latter for choice. Pe.3t". rs" stock: Brown ISK". sellow SUlf3"-c white 4'i"S4ic ic- Ta-ef On order-: Ebld. Piste JT.yi; Toll and Pulton Market M: mess 7.M. Dried, per 16 -ett iric Inside lc knuckles lie. outrides lie tongues irieKc per lb. Wool. flocks aj quite large and there Is a fair volume of rsles by ealerv, but rule doing on th regular market, owing to lck of efferint-s from lint hands. Market strong and In a gen erally heaUhy condition. Mo. and III Med. comb. It cloth. rnxd...5&23 Clothing ...... 25 7nr t. braid. JS B2t Burry clear mixed 022 Blight burry...2n srwij Hard hurry.. ..15 rlS Ught fine. It 62' Heavy fine. ...li trie Lamb - 21 t32 North, and West. -Bright med..r3i,(?2 Dark rned a vzz Heavy back,. .12 B15 Ark. and South, Ught fine. 17 gl Med. (fleeces). 3 Med. (loose) 22 f?rj Plight burry..,tj e20 Hard burry..ll till'i Tex.. I. T. & Ok. Med. (12 mo.).24 IM(, Med. (tS8 mo. i.23 T2 Coarse & low.ls firn Light fine I t?20 Heavy aandr..l2 S?ll Tuhwashed No. 1 NO. 2 JZ Sl-i) Bony 22 24 angora goat..r er? liarrr . ..19 (fU Ufitr. Dry-filnt Tesaa heavy lt'ic; do. fallen at lic do. light at l'rc: aatlie and Arlnnaas nt IJv. iauer on ssjecuoi; iic ror o I and Hic for rvo. .; giue at ?c jry-saiini at- ii'ie. cirer-fl' saltcl round at sw r Ves:rn: Arksnsvs zri iwotliem dVx, 8c: green-tslted on aclccticn it tit for Na 1 and tfec for No. 3: part cored cc .",; V Jt!1. K!7"', at- Zir- Gr! ' salted round at W far es:c;rn: Arksnsvs 2rd I SVM less, uncured V 1e-s. and bulls lc less than foregoing, glue 4Uc. I'ralta and Ve-setnlilr. k7J? R'p"'tl"e.,iuotatloni are for Iota in firs, nands unlcs otberwlte specified Small lots ah oiders are charged higher l'KAC!li:s Home-grown iier '- bu. ?a(0c for ordinary to 4r.lc for choice to fancy Near-trv per '4 tru EKIuc for ordinary to good and 4!r Ur r-er bu tx,i CANTAfjOUPES Quote Colorado at 0Sc per txnj- crate nd Wcatl per ata-iJard crate. I'M 11 r Quote choice and round damsons .t Mc ter 1 bu basket GRAPES Home-grown from A&0c per H bu , according to variety. Northern Cliniftx ba-ket Concards and Worden i;3ICc and peny baslat 10c. Delaware 12c per bony basket. i-rtAKAI'PI.SS Quite at tLMsriy per bid. QI'IM r- Qiif-te at tA: ji-r , bu lvi,e Al'I'I-i: - Nomlnallj steady Northern ind Ea.tem mixed iaretle-i at $1 4?2 and from :L92.41 for choice to fmo Maidenblush: Joruihn jjaiTl ln Iwils ll.agi.7j itlver receipt Jiaj, according to variety and i-ondi-ti-.n PKMtS-ln I'bls comnwn tl 3rl-,i: iluei ess ti5 Jacket. Sheldon anl Hovell S2 7.fr3; flsrtlfts JJ-JX7-- Kelfer. Ii.-ai.7-, p-r btjl. I!Tn-c-onn tier Lil basket 2rdee. lK.NGi:b Quote 1j- ValeneU repack-d fiom store t UH.ZQ pr box. n-cording to quatlt rAMFon.Ni D(:ni)Cou. rrtuiTP-nirt- lett peats S:iXi2.75. Ituerrc hardv Jl.S'-jl.;;: Icclis and lluerte Clalrgrau SZiiZ.Zl Quinces II i. irre-t Tckay II.l'6(l.- and Ilalar gttc 1.3S Itallsn prunes 7-5tMc. PIMJAPPLKS Choice Florida J2.S0ar2.W per crate. l.El!ONS-N'w Verdill from store USA and California i.'J?al pep box HANANAS-QuoUble SI.XS2.H a bunch on orders COCOANITK-Per 1.0. E. trk.. $33.M; Job bing way, S3 75 per 1W I.llIE.'if-Quote at 7-cOlI ir I , CltANUERRII-ri-New rape Cod fearly black) In fnall way at 16 per bhl. r-OTATOES-Northern from WaK. perbu del. for red or white stock; arly Ohio, fro-n farm ers wagon. ivfi'J-. according to quality. . -iK,v ONIONS-QuMe: Norti! Missouri from )0'l ir bu. for red. IlUAGB-Quote: Home-grown at ESSoe per v lbs.. loo-e. on orders 7ic per large crate; -NJ7,--i0-l1,-?...-d.,0ld " 1S11 fr ton del. .'.l.nl'KRAKT-.Sew city-make, per bbi. S2 Ui and , hbl. Sl.tl) crfrMKEns-ChoIce Northern at SIS1.33 pr bu b4kt. TfiMATOKS-Quote, per bu looc, JOffSJe for chAW home-grown TURNII'S Home-gma n 413: per bu loose. ltl-TnTV IIr,mc-gron 20635c per bu. Irise I.irrTLCfJ-Quote at 30043c per bu. loose and rourd are, n IJKANS Quote at Vi'itVn vr bu. loo-e and round green "ARROTtS-Michlgan at V per 190 lbs, del.: Northern In bu ba.kets ypBroc OI'MRO-IIome trrmn 4aJ)c per pert.. MPSTARD nrtKENK-rsall t IV pr bu. SPINACH-Quote at lOailc per bu. KALE- Quote at ICoper bu. I'ELKRs -Michigan flat crates 2593)--. and uare at 40ff"-:: larger pen crates J1.M81 5 or lOffliijc per Ao. bunches; home-grown XV 35c IT dox. bunche. Celery roots 25043 per doz. SWEET POTATOES-Quote bome-gro-vn pew Bermuda at 40o per bu. loose and Nansemond at tac; Soutberr Illinois qtiesn Sl.iO per bh! IIORIERxuihll-Qucte new at S3.M84.M pr bbl Jn order higher. IWMFIWER Quote Northern at 2V-al per bu. basket; fancy large (Chicago) ii.sti.;a 1-er crate. P.IJTACAGAS-Quole In bulk at ViC per bu. del KPANISH ONIONS-In J-bb!ns war at 31.10 per crate lllsre'llanrona Market. GRASS SEEIS-New timr.thy 2 5S92.M: val ues, pr 10) lbs : Ooer S3I2: redton at SIS', Huneariin at Kc'atl: millet at K-BJ1.2J; or ders higher. 11EANH. 1'EAS". FTTC From store. p.r bu : White bean at tl.85: Scotch peas Sl.li; split peas 12: blaekeye S1.W2 Per lb : Uma at 4t 4'ie; 1-ntlls 4Ui:!-: red kidney JSJUc. W'NKTjOWER riEKIl-CJA per 1") lbs fASTOR BEAN-SI. per bu. for prime in cr lots on trk.; S1.25 for .mall quantities. DRIED FRUIT Apples- Fun-Jrled quarter 3931-0; evaporated at 3344e; cores and reel ings at I'ltfl'.c; chop at 1'sOl'ic Peaches at 3'rfe IIONEV Comb No. 1 at 11312c, Inr-rlor. broken or candled not quotable; strained or ex tracted In hbls. at for choice and 3gJ'-c for InferiT and drk. in can 4'5c JIOte'-per lh.: Gray mixed l'jfjl'ic; gray, brown and black mixed l4B2c: brown and black mixed 232Uc Machlne-plcked-X 383'ie: XX 3'44:.XXjt 4'se5e; XXXX 42f5!ic; ex tra black 6c: Inferior Jes. EMITV l!ARREI.S--oal oil. turn-nllne and gasoline Sl.i: vinegar 70e; black oil fwc; lln see,. light oil and varnl-h We; mschin ; sugar 15c: whl-ky "; whisky half Mis. v: nine, solrlt or alcohol tl Vrsnl SA7JOi, ntMtle 450 flour 45c: molasses -ay; lard tee 4V 25c off for each broken head or stave; 24c off for each hoop misa'ng. COOPKRAGK On orders for prompt deliterv: Lard tc. JI.45 for woo.l-bound; S1.3(1.40 for fi-boop Iron-lertind: Si. 45 for 8-hoop Iron-bound: oak pork bbls. ji.jo for wood nd Sl:3 for Iron-bound: oleo tc SI. 45 for s-hoop: kraut bbls. SI: l-rant half bbls. 7V; k-aut keg 40c; kraut cask SI. 45. Flack-Tork bbls.-niafrt-hoop flour 42c: -hoop flour 4c: round-hoop flour 43c; S-hoop sugar 4!e; t-hoop sugar 42c- mill run apple 35c; No. 2 apple 20;; meal J4c; -hoop lime 28c; S-hoop lime zZz. . LINJEKD OIL-Raw 3Jc; boiled 4V: lc less in carload lot , CCTTTON-HEBD Oir-Wlnter white 40c: ve. low 2c: summer white 32c: yellow 21c: salad 4V. cooklnr. white. 3c: vellow 32c. PUATHEP.?-Prlme white III gee,. In small sks. SSe. and In largs sks Mc: prime gray llva ceese 41c In "mall and "" In large sks : old white JSSM'V.; x rftSJe; VX 17B2DC: XXX 1'8 12c: XXXX fc: tare 10 per cent on small k " 3 on large; duck, white. 3562Xy; dark 2!t? V- turkey, body (dry). 4c: chicken, prime bear. 4c. ROOTS-Per lb.: Glneng at SS.7X to Jt stem my. weedr. etc. less while choice large brings rrore: ladv slipper Sc; aeneca He: pink 14c: colden seal $1: black t'ie; Mar aoole 4c: snake 2re33c- white snake ;uc; angelica Sc: wahoo. bark of root. c: bark of tree 3c: blood S6Uc: blue flax 4c: sassafras, bark of root. :,sf5V; 7l,vt5l,7'.TcAI, kinds In demand and firm. BELSWAX Prime at 28" Der lb DEER SK1NP. ETC.-Prlme dr klnt 3-vc T'Jil' b,,ck ,a" 37c Inferior less; antelope 12UST1;: goat 25335c each damaged out. COOPKRflTlFFtv In car tors nn trv - c,.v. rwur uvi mixed: meal bbL (rum) i ee,- Kee nails; lard tl'rce J27: rxp-k bbl lit Headinr. tr set No 1 flour bbl. 7c: mill-run "Vi-Inch stock for apple bbl. -tfc: No s do 4Uc: lard tierce 18c- pork bbl. 12Jc Shaved booos Flour bbl. S3 V) tor cooper. J( for hoosler-half-bbl. S3: ol!ed elm (-foot) tsst 25: otk lard tierce, cooper shaved. S10B12: nork bbl, 85 SALT E. side- Medium SI: granulated Mc per bbl.: worth Sc per hbl. more this side BROOM COKN-150373 per ton.' LIVE-STOCK MARKET. Antlve Hecelpta Small Reef Cattle Steady Hosta Close HlRher. NATIVE CATTLE Bf Bteers-Recelpt, n the native division were 4 loads and there were several loads of holdover Wenem steers also on sale. The usual Saturday quietness prevailed: still, practically everything was disposed of. about as high a yesterdav. Bale embraced a decent load of 1.184-Ib. beef steers at 34.75. talr to pretty good Western at 32.1003 50, and a pretty good class of 1oek cattle at S3, the bal ance of "he upply being a miscellaneous as sortment, none of which were good. BEEP AND BUTCHER STEERS. No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr. No Av. pr. 10...11K...S4.7' 2... 719...S4.2S BUTCHER CATTLE. COWS. 1... 8M... 2 40 1... 140... S.25 4 . l.5 HTOCKERS AND FEEDERS, STEERS. ... 3HJ... 3.00 5... 798... 2.3S HEIFERS. 3... 410... 2 is) 2... 405... 1.73 1... 540... 1.10 WESTERN CATTLE. STEERS. 20. .1119 .. 3.50 20...1115... 3.50 45.. .1154.., 2.10 SOUTHERN CATTLE-There were 8 cars an I 25 head received In the quarantine alleys. Of ferings were prtnlcaplly steers and cowr. though a load of bull and calves were Included Trade was characterized by the usual Saturday condition and values were possibly a little weaker than Friday; still, everything sold in very good seaaoa-ln fact, satisfactory for so late In the week. TEXA3 AND INDIAN STEERS No. Av. Pr. No, Av. Pr. Nc Av. pr. 24... ...U.t 55- 841...J2.W 3... 8...2. COWS. 4.. 743... 2.M 27... 832... 2.41 24... St4. - JO S... 7M... 2.20 7... 741.,. 2 0) BULLS. 56... 83J... 2.1S 2...1US... 2 00 1...123J... 2 00 CALVES. (Per bead.) 7... 201... 8.O0 ;... S.., 7.00 SO 62... 212... S.TS w HOGS A moderate .uppiy of begs was on sale for Saturday, and tho quality ruled nrettv good; still the usual variety of pigs and lights were included among the offerings The market opened -with a good demand for all good quality hogs, and trading was active with values strong to Jc higher, the most of the Improvement being on the butcher grades. Pigs unless good, and trashy lights were no better and a alow sale as ever. Before the close the offerings were well cleaned up. The too of the market was "6.20 and the bulk or ial-a w' "tJes-W. against 13.8334 1 Friday, " SHEEP-Tbere was no change to the sbe-p market, on'y a few small common benches be ing on sale and nobody wanted them. The week closes on a good active basis for all good fat sheer, and lambs, but very low. dul and mean on all othem. Buyer are anxious for good sloe and during the past ,KO iT not half enough have been ensile to m'et thts demand, and local slacghtrer have been forced to secure additional supplies from xSSL em points to fill urgent demands. A good In erulry also prevails for good young stock sheen but all common stuff I almost unsalable at any price. ciooo to cnoice lamps are selling from Ua S.75: fair to pretty good at J4S4 8): culls and common kinds at 82l2.7i; good fat mutton I "'"P-fUS:7-231 fair at S3 25tW.70; storksr at 82.23es.25. mostly at 333X15. and bucka at HOrT'ES-Exc'Pt or a small number rf head in th iMTirt. ii"..iim if,.. Vl Iti.. in th- hands of the stealers- there wrr- m oirc- lnss on the bone market, a good clean-up of all coraolsncn arrlvaU having been mad. The market was consequtntly In a normal condition and sale were few. scarcely an buyers being en tho market. The results to consUoora hl4 week have been better than the eek foregoing, c better demand and stronger price hawns been realized, fspeclallv o-i loulnern account Good smooth fViithern horses sold actively, while medium kinds experiented a uniformly good outlet commensurate with their quality Good Eastern hores received a fairly good demand, but thTc was no urgency In the mar ket on sveh kinds Horse ouotatlons. Harness horvs Heavy draft, choice to extra Heavy draft, common to good . lIUlnej horses. 1.J10 to 1.3-s) lb '"hunks, choice to extra ("hunks, common to good Farm chunss Southern horec. ehoic- to eitra Southern horses, plain to good.. s-7fis . 1756325 .. J wall) .. 11)UIS5 . lSJfi!79 ri Ml LES A few scattering offerings amounting In all to about one carload were all Ihat re mained on the market Saturday, and as a gen eral rule they conisted of plain and common quality The market was quiet and closed on abut the same basis vrhbh It has maintained throughout the week The better class nf ritilc fat and of good qualitv aid ages hvve sold on the average a little stior.ger than the wek. te-lore, but theie ha le-el lit lmpiir ment on the plainer and com noner kin is. which were equally as slow as taev have oten at any time recently. Mule quotations: II hands, extreme range 8I5.0OS ui It hand, bulk of sales K o)- 70.W It's hand", extreme range .. O) Wn 11" '"' Hi hands, bulk of sal-" . . d..(Oii W.OO IV hards, cxtr-ine range . 70 '-('a 13 ' 15 hand", bull. f sale . 7 ,.' ll (n 15'T hn.ls extreme rwng- . . ,.1't'tflVl w i'y .and. Irill: or sales.. f'fl.i'"-)! "' 1 hn.i. extreme rang- IJ0 eff "r 15 hands bull; of s?!e . . iT4.trrVli9.tv Tele-crniili. Chicago Oct I -''alt!, Receipt &vt. s'er.dl good to prime strr X, 'dvHs V n.i,r to rr.i St.:-0?r5.r5. suckers an'l fe,lrrs S2 Z-Ai 25. ma :i.2r.4.25- heifer SI 754il 70 runners SI Z5fr2 r. bulls j:ST4: cahes 82.757. Trxaa fe,l Meer S3 5; Western ster S:sj4. Hogs Receipt 7 '". market L higher, mixnl .m.l butcher ;! S.15 gtioil to cholco heavv S- r,nUr' 10 llatit S- W 4i o5, bulk of sale J5 755 so hcp Receipt 2.0"0. sh-e;, steady lamb slow &1 to mode wethers St 75ttl 51. fair to cholco mixed 13.23 3.7", ve.tern sheep S2K4 25. native lambs 31 25 tr.. Western lambs Sl.35'a5 50 Neei York, Oct 1 Beeves Receipts ronet dres"eJ beef stead) at ViWic tor natite side: Texas beef r.i,8&". export to-day 1.470 attic, J sheep and .117 quarters of beef halves Receipt nore, no trading, feeling weak city dressed veals slow at 7c to 12'-c per lb Sheep and lambs Receipt 5.0T2. sheet, slow and about teady, Iftrrt weak, sheep snl l at X2H1 tr 1C0 lb"., yearlings at Sl.j; Iamb 15&G. drerred muttons slow Jc to tc per ib . dressed lamts at 8c to I0'.c Hogs Receipts l.CM. 1 car on sale; market stead) South Joseph. Mo . Oct 1 -Cattle- Re ceipts 225. good to choice native steers sieady to 10c higher, common to m'dlum steady to lfc of Hog" Receipts 2.515. market opened steady and closed weak to 5c lovvr, top J-.t'O Ph-ejv-Receipts 22S. market stea'I). best lambs steady, common to medium 10'iJlSc lower, feeder) lfj 15e lower Karas City, Mo . Oct- 1 -Catlle Keceli.l 4-A including 2f5 southerns, market steadv . choice export and dresseil-beef steer S5Sf. fal" to goo,l i3 5,fr'j. WiMtfrn fe,l steers S2s5fl5 50 stocker and fe-derB S2.25W4. piUllieni stft S2.4VS3VI. -outhern cows SI 5092 75. mIKe co S1.VS&3 75. native heifers $2..V94M; hulls SI 7383.25. calves iZiilQnUt. rceelpl fo- Keek Yi.Wl Hogs- Re-elpts 2 000. rrarkct stead) l T.C lover: top SV'5. Iulk t.f sales S5 ?5 heavv S 8585.M. packers $5 brUi W. Pig" and light J5 fo v?5 85: re-epts for week Si 300 g.ieep- I(e eliis &); steadj. nntlv- Israbs S4t(5.25. native we;h--rs st25tfJ. native -we 8382 20. West.rn lambs S(tf5 25. Western yearling 81 5Kr3 'el. Wetern sleep S3 253 80. stocker and f'eder S2.5B4 MttlKi; IIV TKLKUIl.trif. -New York. Oct 1 -Ilour Receipts 1l.32. ex ports 1212; iwles lsi pkgs . market Inscllv'ft rutt "teady. winter patent S5.2:df5 ft), winter straights S'.1(ft5 35. Mlnn.-ota patents SJ.l'rt c 60; winter extrss SI 10, Mlnnew.t bakei SI 4.. winter low grades S3 25ft3.O0 Rvc flour firm, rsles yi. fair to g-sl 81 4)at . clioic 10 fsncj' SI &164 85 iVitnmeal steady, elluw Western 81 1161.13: rllv SI 12UI.ll, klln-drled 83.1092 2" He nominal. Barley quiet, feel ing 42c Wheat-Itfrelpt IMi. sale 3.a0OJ) bu. futures: Iot tiarely stead) , No 2 red SI 1 s elevator: No 2 red 11.17. f o b afloat; 1 Northern Duttitli SI.23", f o. b afloat. No. 1 hrd Manltolia nominal fob afl'wt ro tlon declined at llr"t under big Northwest l--celpts. . .r cabls. good weather and profit taking Mav Sl.H'.ei.l'". elosetl II 14SI: D"e, 81 18 1-1601. 1?. closed SI I5 ( otn Receipts 35 275: export 75.17!. sales M"0 bu spot; sjs-it steady; No. -. nominal elevator 57'ic f o. b afloat: Nn. 2 yellow Slc; Ne.., 2 white V. Option market was Inactive here, but rfnera.ly steady with the West, closing net un hanged. May closed 55'c; Dec closed ST'.c ilsts-Ite celptS :4-0: exports i;27e5. "ll quiet, mixed oats i24j32 lh" ) 34'wKXje, natural while ITO'- 32 lbs) K'.eW,-, .lipped while 42ftts lb" I nmKJ'r'. option rr-mlnal I ee.1 stead) Hran Slf.'o. middling S.l". city 32"a2V .. Ha) slow: shipping C-V Hop flr Wate common to choice. )V,t, 2lT7c. liB 23e. olds IIHlJe Pacific i3oast unehnge.l Ilef quiet, family 810 fOttll.&O, mess 8.5"fi".V) b-ef ms S248-: tr India mess SI4.5VoK. pickled sle.UldiV 7ic- pickled l.ami I'rtdO'.c Ird firm. estern 1eamel tt .-'ept clO"e.l S.lo nnnlliial. rellne-l fl-m: imminent ! ). Pooth America 88.15: mm pou-d if'i'.i.r. Pork rte-adv: family $15 s: short cl-sr SI3.75I.V) ni" SIJU13 vi Tallow firm, city IS': countrv Sfl5c Cotton sd oil firm Rle- steady Japane,- nominal. Jlola. steady; New Orleans oi-n k'ttle. good to choice, 51f-hinn!l. O't l.-Whlsky-DUtlll-rs- fin ished gnols steady on basis II Wi Milwaukee. Oct. l.-Wh-at Arm; No. 1 North em 81.18: No. 2 Northern 81.18".: May $1.13 aske-1. Rje firm: No I W-e-. Brlev weaker: No 2 si: samjile 3lrS2c. Corn firm; No. 3 2'4 853'rc. May 4i.c asked Duluth. (Vt. 1 -Wheat-Close To rriv': No 1 Northern II.13H. No. 3 North'rn l-' . O" trk - No. 1 Northern 81.13: No 2 Northern 81.05S- Dec SI.HS. May Sl.HU- Oat-To ar rive and on trk.: 3fli,- ,.....- -n Toledo. O. Oct. 1. Clover ""ed-Ca"h 15 J). Ot. 87.30 sellers; Dec. $7.35 sIIrs. March 87.45 sellers. Tlmothl-J-ejd S1.25 Minneapolis. Oct. 1. Wheat Dec il.13.. May S1.14w0l H'.. No 1 hard 81 !'. No I No-tli-ern Sl.H's- No I Northern. 81.11'. Cash what demand showed some Imptivement to-day: No. 1 Northern sold at 2c over Ic No 2 Northern old at 1c undei. and No. 3 wheat from 3c to c under, according to sampl- Flour un changed. Bran In bulk 115315.25 Chicago. Oct. l.-Cash quoUtlon were a fol lows: Flour Jlrm: vint-r patent iv.jHajVi. tralghts $4 w!a5.20: spring patents U 40q. Good feeding 27S3?c: fair to choice malting 40350c. fflover-iiintract grade 812.1a i"ro v "tons-Mess pork. Pr bbl.. $11 60311.70. lard perlW lbs.. r-na-.W: 'Sort 'lb sides (lops.) l7.87v,tS3- stiort clear side (bid ) t1.J-U.,t. Whisky-Basis of hlgbwlne- S1.21H Peoria. Oct. 1,-Corn quiet, higher; No 3 S4I4C- No 4 Ul-c; no-grade 2tjc WTilsky on th bails of S1.2SIJ for finished goods Liverpool. Oct. 1. Hpot wheat nominal, fu ture 'quiet; Dec 7s M; March 7 VI. corn Soot quiet; American mixed 4s A,a: futurrn quiet- Dec. 4s 6id Hops In Lrnion (Pacific Coast) strong: old 7 lOrSf': n-w iSStt 10. Kansas City, Oct. 1 Wheat-Dec. orx.c. May sitlc: cash No 2 hard $1 cC'stH-t". No. 3 81.04 aiOT- No 4 Kcet102: rejected VGlr. No. 2 red 81.10- No. 3 31 MBI W: No. 4 OW.'A. e-orn lower Dec. 4fi844Sc: May ll'.fiWV-: ea No. Z mixed 4fc: No. S 47ijc: No 2 white KG 50c; No. 3 4JC Oat" st.ady; No. 2 white 22J4f ?2c: No. 2 mixed SHiKKc Hay firm: choice timothy JOV): choice nralri- $? Rje steadv at 70- Receipts-Wheat 19l.fV hu corn l8s): oat oo. Shipment? Wheat S3 COO; corn 2I.PV); oats 6,000. SI. I.onl Cotton Market. Spot market quiet at c lower. Quote: Ordinary "r Good middling . 3 Ia)w middling V Middling 10'; Good middling 10, Middling fair. 11 Tinges and stain 'ic efr Receipts at principal points; Galveston. 2M72 bale". Mobile, 2.562 bales. Savanrah. 15.459 bales. Charleston. 3 225 bales. Houston. 15.911 bale. M.mnhla. 1.775 bale St. Louis warehouse statement Stock on hand Sept. 1 Net recelp Net receipts since Sept. 1 Net shipments Vet shipment since Sept 1 Stocks on hand... Oro. receipts Gross r-celpts since Sept. 1 Onus thlpments .- Grr.es shipments since Sept. 1... straight 84. ,009 :'i: naK-rs e t'u-.-' .,,i--, NoTf soring sT.1831.lS. N? 3 $1 or.ftl 13. No. 2 red ll.lSiWI.Ms,. corn-No. SV: No 2 vet. low 54.e. Oats-No. 2 20'-c. No 2 white 2V. "... " ..i ,i.cTv.c. nve No 5 7Sc. Bar ev Thl" Last Tear Yflr. 6.352 l.JSJ 1 30 57 281 41 2.2S7 841 3.12 7l 4 111 S.CS7 I.6 S19 85 8.317 2.133 By Teleicrapli. New Tork. Oct. 1. Cotton future c!o!d qjl"t: Oct. SSCc: Nov. 3 82c; Dec S.SSc; Jan. 10 c: Teh 1014c: March V).U; April 10S0e; May 10 26c .'pot cotton closed quiet: 10 points de cline: middling upland 10 50c: middling gulf 10.75c: sjvle 100 bales. Th- market cpened easy In rtspcnsi to further dc!lr.e In Liverpool, at a lo of 6&S points. There wae ft good de mand from shorts en the additional deelln-. hut a the weather was good, the week end state-n.nt showed a big accumulation In visible supnlle and a bearish bureau renort Is expected on Monday, there was p'enty of cotton for all. Wc'tern operator and Wall str'et teemed the chief sellers, whll" South spp-renllv bought on the declines Trading was fair! V actlv e. New o-leans. Oc. 1. Cotton Futu" steady: Oct 8e: Not. 9.9239 34c; Dec 9 S7W0 JSc- Jan lanvpiooc: Feb. I0lloi7c March 10I461 10 27c: Anrll 10 29910 Sic- Msy 10 J7W10 39c Soot easy: sales ifnv low middling 7 I-16e- midd'lng loc- good middling to s-itc; middling fair 10 7-lfc. Receipt" 9.93: stock 46 55S. Liverpool. Oct. I. Cotton Soot Increased de mand: 6 point tower: American mlddPnir fair C.CM- goal middling 5.81: middling 5.7ld- low middling 5.4d: good ordlnarv 3 24d: ordinary M Sales of the dsv were 3,00) bale", eif which 20) were for sp-culatlen and export and Included 3.100 American. Recelots ;.100 latle. all Amer lean. Future opened quiet and clo-ed aey. American middling g. o. c: Oct. '.sod; Oct -Nov. 3 43d- Nov.-Dec 5.44d- D-c-Jn. 5 4M-jan-Feb. 3.42d: Feb.-March 5.43d: March-April 5.4d; April-May 5.444: f Ponltry. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New York. Oct. 1. Live Poultry Receipt for the week were 40 car Western. 1 car Rjuth-rn and fullv 5 car by express, against 59 -cars lat week. It Is estimated that fully 9 cars', mostly medium fcwls end chickens, go over unsold. Advices from Western section renort lower n-nrVeftt and tone was somewhat rihdui-.ar if.- close Quotation unchanged. Dressed Pr-ultry Receipt to-day 1.152 pkgs.: for the week lo.rss nVg. Scalded chickens coming from Ohio and Mlch'gan have usually brought a decided presol. um over those from other section of th- Wert, but thl year, owing to th- lateness of the crop. th-y are so smsil that they cannot compare in size with thoe coming from Icwa and Misto-.rf ard -ther West-rn points and rarely tiring more rrepey Toward the close there was caore ;ifc to the demand and the market ruled slightly higher on -llt-edged stock, but on tho average Lll IS MENACE TO LIBERTY" Seiiaior liavis Hnk .ililit.irisin boffiit.s Jtk-a of the Amer ican (iDvenimi'iit. STANDING ARMY TOO GREAT." Vii-e-rreuldenlinl Cnniliilate Crit icie! Adininisli'iitioii's Wjiu- Ion Kxtriivairancc With she iVojiIeV Money. Klkiii. W Va . Oct. 2 Senator Henry O Uivi". the Pimocraiic nejininee for Vic- President. IMS completed liH lctt'T of lireeqitjnce- which li- will null tej the commlttie to-morrovr fen-itor Divl severely nrrdlgns the :id mlniKtratlon for itt1 wanton extravagance of the iji oplc's money, ILs Irnperlalltm an sdiown hy t-ie enormous expenses of the larg" utandlns .trrny. Hi violation of American principle In the nclzure of the Panama Can.il. Its fostering of trusts by a iy.t'-m of ixorbittnt tariff", and its InJ'-cilcn of the race Is-suc In th present c.impaisn. Tlie letter In full follows TIME IS I'KOFITIOL'S TOIt DEMOC15ATIC HVl.G. Ell'.lns, W. Va., Oct. 3. ll. John Sharp Williams. Chairman, and Other Members of the Committee: Dear Sifb III ac cordance with custom, and my promise when notified by your committee at White Sulphur Spring on Angii"t 17 of my nomination for tho oillcc of Vice Prepl denl. I submit the followlnt; observation upo.i i-omc of the uestioni now before the- cotiniry. Tin" tlmcH are propitious for the rein statement of the Democratic party In con trol nf the Government. Tho public mlml Is being: illsilltiHioncil of the pretension of the Republican party, so long and so r rogatitlv made, that the- materia! pros perity of th" country depends upon It own ascendenc . Thoughtful and pa triotic people arc becomlnir more and more distrustful of thi- heady anil per sonal clement ot the pre-nt administra tion, and are more than willing In see It rcplaiod bv ore that better recognizes constitutional ami either law Till restraint.. They demand that thr -present wasteful cxtrtvagance in the txpe-ndlture of the mon?y. drawn by taxation from the In dustry of tli" people shall cease, and that efonomy and honesty In the public serv ice "hall be ngiln regarded as virtues In the high placi of the Government. GOVERNMENT BXI'KNHia INCKBA3B ALAKMINOI.Y The expenditures per capita of the Gov ernment arc Increasing; at an alarming rate. When the present administration went Into power there was a large Mir plux. but notwithstanding the enormous taxation the n venues then-from are not now adiquate In mest the demand made by ieckles appropriation". The rAenues fell short during the last ilcal vcar over J40.i").il. In th-- 11rt sixty elas of this fiscal cr the exiiendlture e-xeeedej the run of t,e,ulir there was not on- particle of ini privemerit. hut nnrket cleaned nn reasonably c!ue. Quotations unchanged. i:kk. iti:i'ti:Licspf:Au ?w York. Oct 1 -Eggs Receipt- 10-day 6 511 car's for the week i "4 cases. The market showed a very unr tt.l feeling upm "II grail at the cloe-, with the possible exception of fine "ode, fre-h and up to trie official standard. on first. In which sufflcl-nt confidence was shown V held fot 21c,-which wa obtained from reg ular ct'stonj-r" Quotation uncharged. Ih.iolrlrhln. Oct I -Eggs rtea.fy; fair d mand, neaib nrrt 21t2I'Jc, at mark. West ern firsts 21iJa22-, at mark Chleag',. O-l 1 Egg stmdy. at mark. cas Inelndsd. 13',al7itc, first l"c. prim- Brsts 20c; extra 23c Knsa- Mtj. Jlo . Oct I Egg "tesdr; Ml sourl ano Knns new So 2 whltewood. cas in-luded. 18c per doz.: car- count. lCc p-r doz.; car- return-d, ijc p-r doz lea The llble. Liverpool, Oct 1 The following are th stock of vrhat and corn" in stor- and on qua) (railway and canal depots not included): Wheat 2,579.1'e) cental; corn 521,ri0 rent Th- fol lowing aro the storks of breadstuff and pro visions in Liverpool: I'lcur 23,000 sks.; wheat l.,ViO centals, corn 70l,ey) centals: bacon ...f) bx , ham 4.10.) by., -houlder 1,200 bx.. butter 11.7") cwt che-se -7.70) bx : lrd 5.C") tcs. of prime Western steam, and 1.42) ton of other kinds. Dried Fruit. New i.vrk. Oct. 1. Th- demand for evapo rated apple is small and the market shews no Improvement: common are q-joted at 4S75c. prim- at SCj-'-r. choice at M8Sc and fa-ry at VaftTc. Prune show rather a better under tone, owing to an Improved demand for the larger size., with price still ranging from 2c to E'tC according to grad-. Apricots ere offered sparingly, but meeting with little demand, and show no ouotflble chnng- in prices, choice r held at 35810c, extra choice at l)i,3!(4c and farcy at 11312c. Peaches also are In light sup ply and firm Sngsr. -f"w i7?rk' ct - Sugar-Raw firn. fair re fining ZKc. centrifugal, 56 t,st. 4 Vice- mo-.ajj-s sugar 3i'c, refined steady No. 6 '4.85-. No 7 4.-&C. No 8 4.70c; No. 3 4 65c; No. 10 4 0c: No II 4.50c. No, 12 4.4V:: No 13 4 40c: No. 11 4.40c; confectioners' A 5.10c. mold A o.60c, cut loaf 3.35c, crushed 6 J5c. powdered 5.35c; granulated 5.23c; cube 5 30c. ,iNC',"r;- ''t- l--!J"Kr strong; open ket tle 3 4tf""c. do centrtrugal whites 4 15-l"e- yel low 4'84-.c. seconds :L,1jc. Molase nom inal; op-n kettle -0823c; centrifugal 10313c. blrup nominal. Coffee. V-N-W, Vor,k- P,rt- l-y.Coffce-gpot Rio steady: No. , Invoice 84-. mild quiet: Cordova lo13c. Trie market for coffee, future opened at un changed prices. Trad- qUt and prices slightly In an lregular way, a orders fluctuated. The market was finally rteady. with June 3 point hlgh-r and others mostlv unchanged. Sa!ewer rejwrted of about 11.000 hales, including Nov. at f.xv. Dec. at .90c- Jan at 7c; May at -.KB 7.4.c. Aug. 7.60c: fceot. 7.6i tf Flaxseed Quotations. P.EPFBI.IC SPECIAL Chicago III. Oct. l.-FUxted was nomi nally unchanged. A good demand exists with light offerings. No 1 Northwestern wa si.171 nominal: No. 1 S1.10U. nominal: Oct. $1.10 no-enaI. and D-c. SI. 13. nomlnil. Receipts were 1 car h-re 52 cars at Minneapolis, and 4( cars at Dulutb. Wool. Iindcn. Oct 1. About half the wool with drawn durlnf the recent auction" ha. hu -ia at uncharged price". The arrivals for the sixth series of sales amount to 8.361 bales Including 1 C-0 fo:vard-d direct to "iilppers. The imports ft. fa wa.t- ..-.a t.-.n Lf..l. Sit. --- r. .- ' ','",..' ,".V j-ouin v.aie" mi lisle. Queensivnd 245' Victoria 712; South Australia 176: New Zealand 727: various 371. New Yonc. Oct, 1. Wool -teady: domestic fleece 25r33c Dry fioods. New York. Oct. 1. The week In dry good closes with a decided firmne-s on the part cf seller, but buers arc little Interested and ray any advance g-udgingly. The- buer L- seem ingly little Influenced by statements of a scarcity In many Hnej and Is endeavoring to scale down his stocks to as low a point as possible in order to average down on cost. Import and Exports. New York. Oct. 1. Total Imports of dry goods ard general merchandise at the pert of New York for the week ending to-day were valu-d nt Sll.-S3.--I. Exports of spec! e from New York for th- week wen $-22,300 gold J621.S0; silver. Imports of specie at New York during the week weie $35,433 silver and $243,931 gold. Batter and Cheese. Philadelphia. Oct. l.-Butter firm; good de mand: extra Western creamery 21c: extra near by print 23c. Cheese firm: good d-mand- New tork full creams, fancy. lOSTOUc: do. cbolce 10c- do. fair to good 989'4c Chicago. Oct. 1. Butt-r steady; creameries 11 S20c; dairies 12317c. Cheese firm, Jij&IOUc Leather and Hides.' New York. Oct. 1. Leather steady. Hides fl-m; Galv eston iK to 23 Jbs ) I7e: California (23 lbs ) 13c; Texas dry (24 to 30 lb.) 14c Turpentine and Rosin. Savannah. Ga . Oct. 1. Tnroenfln- n1 a. ZZc. Resin quiet to firm; quote A, B. 1; $2.43 D 82.50; E $2 53; F KJtl: 6 titi; if -2,70; I $3; K $3.75: M $4 15: N 14 40: W. G. I4.70; W. W. Si New York, Oct 1 Rosin dull: strained, com- mon to good. $: .SO. Turpentine quiet at M'.i sj5c. Petrolenm. Oil City. Pa., Oct. 1.- Balances $1.3". Cer tificates, no bid. Phlproent -9.518. averages 74.. SCO- run 106,719. average 77,047. Pilpments. Lima. 103.931. averages ,0.647: rens. Lima. 91. 517. average "1.30?, New York. Oct, I. Petroleum steady; Phila delphia and Baltimore $9: do. In bulk S3. The Jfetal Market. New Torfc Oct. 1. There wa the usual Sat urday dullness to trad In metals but demand from smaller consumers was sufficient to hold price steady at Fridav's level. Tin was quoted at $27 87VSTC-."3' ccppr. lake $l2.73iJl-. electrj Ijlic $l2.T312.-7'2. casting SltjOttllCii; spel ler 13 1083 rs: lead J4.3&4.-.. Iron- quiet and nominally upchang-d. li receipts by Kftt)Stft. and if this rate of excess should continue the deficit for the present flcal vear would be in the neigh borhood of $l!O.O0O.(X)O. This needle.' deficit Is due to the ex travagance of the administration, and can only be met by imposing additional taxes or selling bonds, thereby Increasing the Interest-bearing debt of the Govemment, Whiehrour.se will the Republicans adopt? Thi; cast of government durlnj- the fiscal ear wa- 7.j; per capita, which means that the- average tax paid In some form or another by every family of nve persons toward the support of the national ad ministration of public affairs nai over IK. which. In the case of wage earners. Is a considerable percentage of their entire earnings for tho vear. No more money should be taken from the people by taxation, direct or Indirect, than Is necessary for the neds of a gov ernment economically administered To show the rapid growth of the cost nf government it Is only necessary to give the total exxx-ndltures in the last ncal vear of the following administrations: liuchanan In l"".) $-,. fen Cleveland In l"r" ZG.M,tyt, Roosevelt In 1304 3-.i) J2 0t is 7-ii COST OF AHMY CHOWS 0!:T OF AI,r, PUOI'OKTIO.V. In answer to criticism upon the size and expense of maintaining the army, the Preltxnt ha said that th- number of soldiers now 's no great-r per capita, than ill former time. Hat nn army ihcn r.al necctsary to protect .-eitl-r from the In dians and to do other police ejutv In the un tiled portion of th- country condi tions which do not now- exist. The army, however, has greatlv Increase,) , , t much fater relatively than It has In num liers. Tin- expenses were: t'nd-r Buchanan In l6) 1l"..7r)0' nl-r Haves In Ivn 31.rvo'ia Lnler Roo-ev-elt In lisl ... . lUCOOrO Per We all hall as th- harbinger or the new era in th commrcc of the world the In ception of the great work of buiWInf- tie canal that I to join the two great oceans; but ne deprecate the action of the present administration, which Inflict ed a wound upon our national honor by its disregard of the right of a weaker nation in order to gain a doubtful creellt for energy In forwarding that great en terprise. Territory of a neighboring Re public with wilier) we are at peace was seized by a band of revolutionists, pro tected by the guns of th United Stales Navv. and erected Into a State over night, which the President promptly recognlz-d as an Independent nation. A gro's of-feni-e agalii"t a friendly Republic which It was helplc9 to resent. IMPERIALISM AI.WAVS DANGEROUS TO LIBCRTV Thee- nd tntny other unwarranted things' th'it belong meire to an empire than a republic have occurred under the present administration and brought deep concent and alarm to thoughtful and pa triotic minds Thej must be regarded as the flrt fruit nf imperialism and show how fat we urc drifting toward absolut ism and centralized )owr. Tile effect of the imperialistic tendency of the Republican party upon our foreign affaire I in opposition to the teachings of the founders or the Republic, and so m priMf'J was Washington with the Impor tance of k-eping aloof from the aff.tlru of other nations that in hi farewell address he warred his countrvmen especially against entaglliitr foreign alliances. Imperialism Is hurtful and abhorrent In t free government and subversive of fre Institutions. The policy of Imperialism If It can be said to hHVe a policy Is alwavs dangerous to liberty. Its powers are first exercied in far-off territory and on con quered people, but once adopted for ac quired and distant possessions. It bscomei. sooner or later, the rule of the home gov ernment I.ib-rly and free government have alwavs been v-cured at the cot of 8,-reat sacrifices', but history teaches us that both can be easily Iot without the knowledge of the people. UNJUST TARIFFS ROI! THE PEOPLE. Our Federal Constitution has appropri ated io the exclusive use of the general Government the power of Indirect taxa tion, covered by the popular (sislgnatlon of "tariff dutlc." In excluding the States from this domain of taxation there Is an Implied and wise partition of the taxing power b-twccn the States and the Federal Government. Except ill the exigencies of war the taxing power has been exerclcd by Congress largely In the direction of the Imposition of duties upon imports. No one expect to change this arrangement, which has proven so convenient to the general Government and so conducive to the in terests of the States, who; reort to oth er sources of revenue 1 left untrammeled. Inolrect taxation, however convenient, needs, by reason of Its Indirectness, to be watchfully guarded, lest abures should attach themselves unknown by the peo ple. That many of the existing tariff rates are excetslve and enable powerful com binations to extort unjust and oppreslve tribute from the people cannot be con troverted The tariff Is undoubtedly too high when 't enable the manufacturer to sell his products abroad cheaper than t home. Steel rails are a conspicu ous example In this respect. It Is ad mitted that they are being made for II a ton. A few years ago they were freely sold In this country at J17 a ton. They are now selling at the mills hr for home consumption at $28 a ton and for the foreign market at from J18 to V!i a ton. This1 unjust discrimination against our people Is made possible only by a tariff that on this article Is entirely too high. The average selling price of a hundred articles, taken principally from the Iron and steel list. Is found to be about 0 per cent higher In thU country than abroad. Relief from these conditions will only come through the success of the Demo cratic party, which stands for a. wise, conservative and gradual change In the tariff laws, which will equalize the bur dens of taxation and make honest compe tition possible. Rut in making such changes Its purpose will be to legislate with a due regard for the labor and capital involved In Industrial enterprises. TRUSTS FOSTERED BY REPUBLICAN RULE. It 1 estimated that there are in the United States between two and three hundred combinations! of capital and cor porate Interests, known as "trusts," which have grown up In the last few years under Republican rule. Some of them are no conducted as to be pernicious and harmful to the general Interest. With the power they are able to exert they can lessen competition, control price, and regulate to their own .advantage the Iav of supply and demand. Individual effort l-s helpless against such strong rivals, and the natural right of all pertons terbartcr and trade I unnaturally restricleel. The effort of these trusts is to control or monopolize, and these monopolies, when unrestrained, seem to produce conditions which bring about strikes and disorders and disturb the business affairs of the country. Local self-government that came to us not as the gift of the national Govern ment, but as- the legitimate outcome of the reserve powers of the States and of the people. Is the very corner stone of our political structure and the best assurance of liberty regulated by law. It can only bo maintained by strict observance of the limitations of tne federal constitution. The Democratic party bas always resist ed, and will rontinue to resist, the en croachments by Its enemies upon tho fundamental right of the people ot the several States. All power comes from the people, and should be surrendered only In the Interests of the people, and whenever this power Is ued for selfish Interests It Is not only an abuse, but usurpation. FAVORS arbitration: IN STATE AND BUSINESS. The decliratlon In the St. Louis plat form in favor of arbitration is one that appeals to any sense of fairness. Nations and States have employed to advantage this method of settling disputed questions. States have Invoked its aid with good re sults, and Individuals frequently have re sort to it in adjusting questions of differ ence. The Hague tribunal, representing the sentiment of conciliation, is the high est practical expression of Intelligent thought on this subject. The principles of arbitration are the same, whether governing in the great court of nations or applied in the affairs of Industrial life. Its permanent estab lishment as a part of the Industrial sys tem of the country, upon a basis of mu tual consent of all parties to a contro versy, would insure more friendly relations between cmplover and employed, for the interest of the workingman and the em ployer Is identical. It affords a safe and equitable method of determining differ ences that may arise and has been called "a reasonable and natural mode" of set tling such dl'Fute. The spirit of arbitration Is kindred to tha love of law and onlcr. It Is the arbiter of peace Instead ot war. and makes for hap piness Instead of sorrow. All lovers of their countrv must depre cate the rehabilitation by the Republican party of a disappearing race Issue, at a time when every effort should be made to promote rather than retard the progress which was being made In the States where slavery had e-xlsted toward kind lier relation b-twecn the two races. The revival of tnis iue. with all Its attendant evils. mut of necessity retard the devel opment of the Southern States. whee people hit- (struggling manfully with con ditions left bv llie war. and seriously In terferes with the Industrial progress of both races. FRAUD IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE. Pcculatlcn and fraud In the public serv ice under the present administration, es pecially In the Post-Offlce and Land de partments, reached inch proportions that knowledge of the evils practiced became public property. Prcecutlons naturallv fo.Iovved. but a thorough and Immnla'l Investlpation by Congress, jrropoaeu and urged bv- the Democratic minority, wa refused ,y the RepubIIean; at the man date, it Is h-heved. of the administration, (iingpss adjourned earlier than at any long session for many j ear", for the pur pose. It is b-li-ved. of preventing further agitation of th question and In an effort to curtail expcns-. Office are created and filled In pursu ance of law to carry on th" Government, ?f '' "?- L f,""'hcr p-irty tuibitlons anel the selfish purpose of any citizen. Many of lint hundred thousand Federal of3ce holdeiv. servant" of .-l the people, yihiie under salary, are now vigorously, some covcrtl7 and some openly, working and contributing In the present campaign to secure the succeys 0f the Republican party. In defiant violation of the civil service 1,-i-AS. rules and regulations. Sev eral m-mW of the Cabinet and other official" of th- Guvernmnt. forsaking their duties and the d-partm-nts at MhIngton are spending th-ir time in making epe-chrs and uing all th- Influ ence and power of their nlficial petitions to el-et their chief. JUDGE PARKER HA? CONFIDENCE OF PEOPLE. The late Democratic- Convent'on and Its candidate for Presid-nt have given, signal exhibition of a mutual respect and con fidence almost unprecedented in our m llllcai hlTtory. and vr party ha" recelvid new inspiration and hop- in its appeal to th- p-ople who always appreciate anel ad mire courage, character and discretion In their leader Our candidate has thexc qualities and can be depended upon at all times to observe that self-control in speech and action, which Is so nece-'ary to safe reasoning and sound Judgment With unabated trust In the- efficiency or th- cardinal principles of our great party, wh-n applied to the practical admint"tri tion of government te realize the bless ings of peace and prosperity for all an.! believing that the people will correct the pr-s-nt abuse of administration by a change of parti in pow-r. I await with confidence the result of their Judgment at the polls. Very truly vours. H. G DAVIS. Texan' Clothe stolen. George Mangan. living at San Antonio. Tex., was arrested Saturday on the com plaint or Itonen e onneal I'hcititenij avenue, whu nav "toje a suit of clothea be' When arrested Mangan wore a suit of clothe which was Identified by Con neau as his own. RIVER NEWS. HIvfr and Dunlnriis. The harbor jzauff- trxJar )hwed IJ,x tt, a fall of Hf a foot In 2. noun. IiiaIn5 In th cxcurjlon trad was brisk 3t-riiH The wta tiiT fair anrl cool ArrlrnN. aprt?a4 Kaul" Dubunti Corwin H. foncpr.... t'ltr of f'rrivMnc Ion. yjrpaj EAzlt Dppnrtares. Spread Kzz Corwin II Fpicfr ... Citr of PiwWnCr . .. . J ATA Hpraii Eapl" Alton ... .i-l. Paul BzcurHrn KxcuTMon KxcuiTlon Excursion . Oraften .Excursion .ficurlon Kxcurl"n .Excursion ArrhnI To-I)ny. Spread Ha si Grafton fTicster . Capt rSIranlHii Cap GlrariWu ComrnTc Knn1 .. MIourl Rlr Peters ! 3Iemphls Drpnr.nrrfl To-Ilnr fprad Tajfl- Alton rtr la-" .. .. Momphlft Cap Girardeau Comn.Tc5 Dubuqu . t-t- I'dul UUff Itlalto Ilrrvltlcp. recursion ntn -wr out In forre yaterdajr, owlnr to th fin rathT. Ko-rr xcurFion ateamrz on the liter takr- rar gf th- enormoun rrowds which fi-vk to th lave on Hundayi, Th Corwin If xncr. City of Providence and Lora made th"lr rector xcurnlon trip. Th f-pfad Kagle made her iinjaj Sunday xcurtion to Altjn eterday, many excursion lit taklns adtantag" to mak tb trip. Hh rturnd and depart! for Grafton on her reg ular trip at 730 o'clock la-t night. Th e-toamer rabtiaTO" air1- t Paul early Teterday and will depart at 4 o'clock tri afternoon on h-r return trip Aftr thU wek fhe will depart regularly for that point on Tuday The rtam'r Cheater will arrive fr-m Cape Girardeau and way landings to-d-iy with freight and pu icener. Sh departs at 4 o'clock to morrow afternoon for her return trip. The Or KaftI if xpeted to arrir to morrow from Porla and will return Vdn day for the tarn point, depart fnjr at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Tlie Cap Girardeau will depart for Crm merce and way landing at 5 o'clock thl afrr Tifton with a lare passenger list and a good load of frlgM. Th Kenn-lr f expcted In from the Ml wurl River with a icood trip to-day She will depart to-morrow for tre name points. The steamer BUe of Calhoun will arrive to-morrow from Hamburg with freight and pasngeri- Th Qulncjr will arrive to-morrow from Dubuque, II y Tclea;rjipli. RCPURMC SPKCIALS. Memphlaf, Tenn., Oct. Z Tliver ftands t5 fet. a. rise of .3 in the la U hour. All the local packets due to-day arrived en time. The excursion eteamr 3. 9. arrived frem the uppr benda last evening, and will clear Tuesday morning-, bound south. Receipts by river ich &y weie X.ZA baJen of cotton. 2 bags teed cotton anl 2.671 sacks cotton sed. Cairo. III.. Oct, 2,-Gauge read 32.8 feet, showing a r.? of .5 durinfr the laet 24 hours. Weather cloudy and cool. Tb Wash Hcnahall departed for th Lower MI"1j1d::I at 9 p. a with emptier. The Condor arrived from Joppa at 9 a. m. and retsn.d at 12.M p. rn. Grand Tower, III.. Oct. 2. Peter,, l up at 32 last night. Chester down at Z tiitn mornlna;. IoIphln No. Z down at SCO a. m. Cape Girar deau up at .) a m Chester up at 2 p m. Gauge reads 14 feet and falllna. Weather clear. Cteatt, I1L. Oct. 2. Gauge 2.S Utx.; station ary. Weather fair and mild. The Chester, Bald Kaa-le. Rees le ami United States steam, er Abbott down. Th Peters I.e, Bald Etigl. Cape Girardeau and Chester upr Louisville, Oct. 2. River stationary: In ca nal 2.2. on falls ; below locks 3.1. Clar and pleasant. Paducah. Ky. Oct- Gauge reads fet, Weathr fair. Bob Dudley came in from Ev aiwvllle. Vlck'burs;, Mlfs. Oct. 2. Gauge reads S 5, a rl of .1. Cordill due. Weather clear. Pittsburg. Oct. 2, River 2.1 fet: stationary at Davis island dam. Rain; ccld- WheeHng, Oct. 2. River 2.2 feet; falllnsr. CoM cr, with Tight eiowers to-night. Cincinnati. Oct. 2 River 2.5 ft: aUtionary. Twu departure. Clear and cool. KvansvIIl. Oct. 2. River stationary; 2.2 feet. Cear and cooler. STEAMBOATS. afsIaastpiataaalyakst'aasat1iaaiaiaaa(as LOWER .1IIMSSIITL ST. LOUIS, CHESTER, CAPE GIRARDEAU LINE. STHAMCIt CHESTER vrlll leave sHurtooat. foot Pine at,. Tuesdays. Thursday and Satur days. 4 D. r-.. for Cape Girardeau and way la&dinxs. Special excursions onlv 84.0) for round trip including mealt and berth. Phones Bell main 48A: KInloch A 113. JNO. B. MAIJ3EXOALL. Azent. MISSOURI RIVER. Str. Kennedy will leave from Calhoun wharf boat, foot of Market atreet. Wednesday. Sep tember 28, 4 p. m.. for Washington, Hermann. Jefferson City, Sindy Hocic. one and way landings. T. G. BLOCK. Arect. Phor.es. Bell Main 18: KInloch c 228. ITPPKR 3HSSISSIPPI. lasw48ai'i4sls'ls'saS's'l''aawy DIAMOND JO LIN STEAMERS For Keckuk. la., and Intermediate poiotr, STEA3IER SIDSEY. Kverv Wednesday and Saturday. 4 o. m. For Pchnqu- la., and Intermediate points Str. DUBUQUE leave Monday. Oct. 3. 4 p. rn. From foot Waar.Iaaton ave. Pbcn Vain 2447A. ISAAC P. LUSX. Gen. Art. EAGLE PACKET COMPANY TOURIST EXCL'RSIOXS ror Cape Girardeau and Commerce, Steamer Cape Girardeau, every Monday and Friday. S n. m-t 38 round trip. ILLINOIS RIVER - For Peoria anil Intermedial? Points, Steamer Grev Eagle, every -Wednesday and Saturday. 4 d ra From dock foot of v.J"i- st. Phones liala 223 Kin 1204a II. V.". LID-HE .i-3t. LEE LIRE STEAMERS THREE BOATS ETVEnT WEEK. TO MEM PHIS bua?rlp,'s Ifeals and berth included. (Thcap freight and passenger rate ro ejhester. Grand Tower, tape Ulrardeau Cairo. alemphl". Helena. Hot Sprlncs- Vlckshunr and Pine Bluff. PKT1TR.S LEfi Monday, Oct. 3. 3 p. ro. STACKER LEE. Wednerday. (Xt. 5. 3 p. nt. I1KES LKK. Krida), Oct. 7. J p. m. From wharftoal. foot or Olte st Fhonea Main 10U3A. KInloch A 738. Wm QAIbllz. Oim- Azt. l 31 enn-r". 0-v.At. RAILROAD TIM E-TA II LK. Arrivals and Departure of Train ait Lnlon Station. Dally. Erceot Saturday atti IKxceot Sunday. -unday. SExcept Saturday. ItHaturcay and Sua i-sunday only. day only, l.-aiurcay e-nly itl.xcept Monday. DIG I-'OLR nOLTE. AND LAKh. stlciitx.. .ten 1U1.1. CHNTltAL AND LOaiUN AND ALUANY. Trains. Depart. Arrt7r- Inaiaftapoiis acd Lccal r,.J4ro t5.tfptn -- ).. Mcston and Cincinnati. "3:17 am -S.4 poa I LMcxerbotI.tr d-cbil '12 noon sjar) ran "Hjj..n-vv.iia caiaetw ......... -z:uu pm .......... Maitcan aad Alton t43vpm -i:4iara juviocn ana Alton............. vzsi pro. MtII auu express "s.wpiu N. Y.. ttoaton and Buffalo.... "vsipra Cincinnati Laytcn. Cbl-a'e. "3.4, pnx .'.. x isoaton and Uutralo....u:') 7a 3am errata 1 ii,jv "tZOpci BIG 1-OOJt Ati -lit VI lftlaK; AND (JUK1. .tuuiiu.i..in.jianap)iu x-ap v asr.tr.gton and Vi:ita '1.11 um "'.! pn Wash.. N. Y Lii virginia..il:wani ;i2ii.i Wash. . . and Vtta:ui!a..,li;w pni .43 psa .. lilG ruci: AND Lr-tUGU VALLEY. ltjt folk anu Pnitaaelf.r,ia..ii.0;jatn "ar oro New Yuri, ana i-nlladelpiu.-'llrsi r-m -. pta New xor and Philadelphia. '1:30 m "7:2ara BIG lcjt.lt, r-BIB ilAiutuAD AAO WfTn- ,. . l.cl-.C. AND LAK15 Laclb. Buffalo, fcunya and :t. )....'l;llm ",20 am, fitt. Ciautasqua lc N. i... IWJimi -; cat Put . Jamestown St. - Y...- -33u pm "3:15 pio Altia. irate leave 'liJo a. fli.. il:50 V. o uLRLiA'vru. lioiru. liannlbai aivj ilurlbiaton --.5" art, i:50 pnv L,cji ui liaonib- "itllain "a via Wamcy and Uurlmwli .t':4i-in t'alpia 1 Jjaei.h Nebla-a. Seattle. -8 s a'n "7:11 0li ft Paul via t-i r.ilc Line "isaiu Map." Kaiia- lty, Han.aa . .. 'JJfi AM J8 tin tt l-aul -U..J Junuraj-dis -.Uian -..15 V- fh-rtfM til , . L.4jin ,:-.' l.alisa , i,y anj El t'aso .ICU-LuC. "7.44 ai.4 l,abzaa City . . . "3 w pin "si arrt l Jte. Denver. I a. Ccmi t "2 1" i'a lrt pill Ilbrnnaton. ca. l'aul. .vnnn.. .wp.ii 13soi For nun-is, via L-st owe.. "a.Wpm s.M-in, iK Jvss-1 b cj.Tar..i Iienv-r -3111 pm "Lia-ii LjAal fjcio ItauOiual . Illr .' U. .V O. -. It. u utvjri k.u-5 Ljmarl . ... JjT.ti" jv'tic iMt-r ilerl.O&vlitaC lXprtata .. . Ai.jria uty K.irti- KitU2tluij MjciI .. - -Kwl iUtl ... Clnclania AccoroniodJUoa "V in.'fcjiii7" ack. ftiutiWiitKrti Flora. aVccDiiatn-jiiatiii u . .. en 9f D'f llaVS-atU hJftV'' r-'a 3--. lz,wi -: 1t i am ,.; po .! All I JU?J I- t-:w Mn r-j-iiitiT Vlncnnt Aajjinmuilntiun. '-& um Vincfeniws Accomntoaaiion 1t-f?ri t-ni TW &i t MIICAIwO. I-l.tlHI AM !. LUH lf-- Alwn an-J Peoria Eiprew,.... -s-Ham .Pi Alton anl IorU M-sil -Il.Xiam Z?Zv-Cnutauiu-, and rtnns. Ki ;pn -. u i rains nrtvii.K ut 'J a ro. Ann ZtZZ p in ut "Sycrla's Kcir inAttoa. Ti2 LKfJrttr,; a. ' - if m vii W'tWh Ka.r tr'Utlm CI1IC00 I.MJ Ai-ri. lac Alton x-liiIteJ. Gr.It-su.. j- m 3i i lTUle tate tUp ,CJiiC.i.u-.-.-:i2 jn - P- t.H;a "- i.nic-aj yi,Tii :t m ilidnlrft.tl3i.ecUL culw-Ue 'I-' I- :! MUlnUtit tfi:cla,i tor ljrt3.IU.w pr - - - Mo &ut r'.xvTe. Veit... i.--iI3 li'W MMaUr i-cu iH- oty-J::wpm ;.-ttiw kan-i- City 3Utl Kxi,:. mJ2U i3i W am Kan. City jln.Ttht Umii-Ki li:r lrni !:- fcprinsn-jj j-,i otuiiusxi'tii 7i2ftm ts:vi i-n Jjekion.ili a ct-mnv.latlon- aaapro Miwaiii lafju.Bi-.na and rfr--ih.f .. . t-Vi ra L-"ir;n.ld Op'! City Kljer. ;.li pm -vsixa Koo4Vti4 MMclKht Accoin. flt.l? pm TeiV'am fwrld 3 lament Expr?a. . .:!? -mtl-':l?Ja KHISlaO STK3I- MniljniB I'il-.M.aa.t:! .- .I ( ICiafl , t hvugo Lray Haprtr"! Me'teor ,fp- la.tr. (Jr-atU ljCixVJ.-., UonvUle iL.lt Texas jL,Imiit-a , aWAlisAS UlUUtrtJ ...- .... hlran-' -MKht Express-, itC9lell iaXjferAM ... ..... ... tMli ii-s . mwJinu 1.'j:i . li pm Isvin; .. "aei pm H Mia "JZI pra ai ain .-"a.kvipm 7?JSamv 'li .w fain. : a-- jt rat iccuiiiiiivuitoi. (.(pHiu .v ; m., fltrj a. m , 11JZ p. ra., MJj p- in.. 3a V m., tfzi p. hl. 1-.3) p. rn.. t.l p. u, Xl:i p. m. Arrive t$-W a- m.. ?73 a. m-, i;.ii a, m., nA1 a, in.. J2'-2u p. ru.. U:tt p. hi.. Ti p. in.. ,;:U p. in.. Jl:li p. nu i'a&clOc Accommodjtlon ilprts i a. m.. .2- p. ra.. 1za p. no. A lives T5:I4 a. m.. Hvjj a. m.. flai p. a-, K:lo ?. a- ll0. 3!OL.TAI HO L 1IC. bU U. Ft. W. aiul bm A. Kx. 2ai pra US pta iexas and Callfomi. iuip. -sJvati sfpta TeXava and Mxico lvxpress.. :to pm .tipxa Utile Itock-Uot aprings Exp- 5S0 pm ;si aj Tsaj tnd ileiuco txp S.4trpm ;rpni Teiaj Kxprests 3pm t.Uaia Fael Mall 3.D5ua 7'pni X-ocil Exp Trxark. to St. U 3'Wpm Mem phi Express - J.Wpm 7aui Belmont Paxa-nger. 'l.Wara ,li pox Ccttoc Blt Express "":- pm ".1ju Cotton IIt Express -lOpmll-M-m Thebes Zxzxtn . 7:lC am f2pxn Fourth Street nod Ch oaten a Atcod Station. De Scto Accommodation 330 pm I.Caa LOLISVILLt: AXD AASHV1LLC rat Mail t.2arn T:pn. V orld m I air Special -Ham :14 pm riorida Llmltei 4:lapm lpin McIiinetoro A-eora. 4:49 pm IjQQ mm Exposition Epecial N-iipm 4:45 am Southern aBxprees . 91pm T-aWaia 3IISMOLIU PACIFIC KAILWAV. Fait ilail 3S4ain MXpm IocaI atixprets ... i-Jim -i-jpin Calif ornla. Express 3'OTpai Wlici aaf&Mgton Acrommodailon... tSrm tiaam Omafca. Ximlted - "SJOpra lJ9im Kan'a and Colo. Express. .. .10ri0 pm LVsm Kan5a Uty Exprs i J& pm 4:wpn Jopiln ail So. Kan. Express T-Slrra l.Wim Kana. and Nebraska Express llOro 7SQ am Creve Cuiur Lake trams leave Union Station S.I5 a. m.. ..I5 a. m.. nO P- - tl P- a., 6.4S p. tn- Oak Hill trains leave Union Station ,f.t a, m., tl0:l0 a. m.. 15.-03 p. xn . t p. m- Klrkwood trains leave Union Station t1:M a. m., -7:2 a, xn., l: d. m., f7JQ a- bv. M. a. m., Tll- a n.. Jlw p. ra.. t:W p. m.. T: p. m.. 6ZZ p. m.. tll: P. m. w 31.. J. A T. RY THK KATV- Katy Fair Special S:ttam -pn Columbia, Sedalla and S- W. M.24 am J pm The Katy Flyer. 'T'A""JS' pS H?. fS UUaourl., Kansas and S. W..ll:iS psa i'as 3IOBILE A5D OHIO. New Orleans Urnlted-. IV S'fifll? Nw Orleans Fast Mall 'm IJf" Cairo and JIiwilPPl Exp.... MJ pm JJ-gpm Mnrphysboro Accommodatlon.31a pa 10:41am U. II. Jt ST. I- UY. (Henderaon Bon-- Fast Mall V&fl01 .1-K Eastern Express 2i!?pra ,?: World's Fair special. 9an am .ispm SOLTHERW KAIbWA., SI. IoaU-LoolaTlUe Linen. St. Louis Bxv. Llialte4 "2am 22 12 Princeton, Alton, etc 2 2 ..S Prlnc-too Accommodation...- t34 pm pw am Louisville and Florida JO'IOpa 732 am ST. LOLIS JIEUICUAXTS' BBIDGB TEnHIL RAILWAY SlBtnnA." TRAI5 SERVICE. Eapnand- Leave Union Statlon-Except Sun daf: 4:15. s. Sine a. ra-j Sunday only. S a. m.''Leave Elthtb and rfrattot strets-DaIly. 10Ja. irw wao- Sas a9. U:17p. m.: except Sanday. 4:18, S8 737 a. m 3OT. tM p. zo.: Sunday" only. 5:24. 73 a. m. Above trains Isavs Wasnlcrton avenue four mwtun7: 1W Granlt. City-Dally, l:a 33! 7:. US P- m.: except Sundiy. S--a. .:12. S 11-10 a- m .4:40. Srt7 p m.: Saturday only. 4:4Sd rn.- Sunday only. . 8 ". M:40 a. m,; eic-pt Saturday and Sundav. SJ0 p. m. Above trains leave Madlscn femr minute later. ROCK 1SLAXD SYSTTEtJ. Kansas' air Passenrer....... -tM am 'l.'SfS Kan. CTty i San Fran. Exp. "jrrr! '"t TTnion ra""-r:rer - 83Spm "J-vraam ST. LOlis AAD 1IOVIBU, RAILWAY (Via AVabash). Mall and Expre-s JI2l2 -li SS Mall ami Express taina .IF ST. LOflS SOLTHWESTERS. (Co3xn Belt Rout-. Tb Texas Train Brtopm Jljarn Arlcansaa and Texas Express- 9 Hi pro 7:12 rrn TOLEDO, ST. WUSD WESTERS. "Clover Leaf Roale." The Commercial Traveler..... 2-iPni I:2a'a iVaiteTi Exes "!M am 4:44 p-n frleiton "jfcommorIatIon. KM pm 111)! am (isarieston Accommodation... n 39 put USm ILLINOIS CETRAI Nortl-ern Illinois Express.... sjrtj am JbU1"" r-htcao Fair bpecial "8.40 am sS3)pni Ch'caS Daylizht Special siltCam M.-Mpin nubSfie and Sprlncfleld. S7.-04 pra IMira SfiSio DUmond 3pecUI -J-ilOpm 1:Oan SSfo Jlidniitht SpecUl ei1U4 pm nastai,. rS.tMail. Sov-ih "Si4 am 15S pro vSi mlein special 1:lSpm "5:40 p-n AmreSodSloa. Souta. 4:3) pm 114 ira nirTFIyer. South : pm "7rt8 am alJomrVodalloa. Carbondale.. "733 am 835pc. vaSffleans Limited 11:13 pm 1-fllan Qrbcndale-IW Qnob- m VASDALIA LI.E. Pennsylvania Llnea Wear, of Plfla- hnrjc Pennsylvania Railroad. Tho Fast Mall !?S?lun 2:l3am Tho Local Express "74 am "4:4 pen The Keystone Expres 1:14 am 7:w pm The New York Limited 12Spnj 130 pm Ohio and Vlntlnla Exnira..l2:43 pm 134pm Lozansport and Ft. Wayne Ex 84 pm 7 JV4 am Tni New Yortc Express "11:23 pm 3:40 pm -p-ffneharn Accommodation... v:ZOpm s-ttan Th- Tttshurg Special.. . ... t-13nm "7-22 a-n WABASH. Continental Llrnlted Sa'Oam 7:isnra Pitts': Buffalo. Montresl Eip.12)pm 8.-04 art Toledo and Plttsbnra: Ext.. "laitm .732 pm Pittshurit.N.Y-.Doi'pn EXP-Jpm nas pm llldnlsht Limbed. Fast. 11:32 pm 1:48 pm Toledo Local Express.. ....... "4:4 am -12-nni Cincinnati and Indlanapo ,,. w am I.MI SS Cincinnati and ln-llanapolls.. "3ilnm "JHim Jack-ilnvllle Local Express... t- am -:tt ri Banner Ehw Tjnia Ctilago.. nm pm t.-fSpm. Chlcaxo Special--";- 2"am "'-t'"n Binnw Expre-htoto.. -j-iipm JSJam Mldnlch' Limited CWcaco...ii3" pm 84 am KarisaV City E'r"i: 2 am :U t5 Kansas city Fart Wall "2-jo pm 130 am Kansas Citv Uniited......!:!, ran eja),m Kan We illclniaht Special., it :t. pm "7ns am oSahT-Councll Btnfl. Exp. M,m 231 pSn Minneapolis and St. Paul Ex. 10 om JtMnn, Can-on Ball Omaha." T2h pm K-Xivn ejTtumwaBes Ifolne, Exp.... -jr, ,ra ,:if J2J Minnwrolls and St. PauIEx Ssioni ffliri West-Moberlv and Kan. City 73it am Tc J5-, Mon-Tlr Lo-L-"": 152!Inrn 1J:1a-1 East Decatur Local 83)0bm "j7a-,, Sobnrliait Trains. Depart-From Union Station: Ferircaon, ts-u p. mf, "3.19 p. nr, t8:la a. m.. .4;3 r. rnTF" Ollv-e'street Station: St. Charles. "llSo af n? 3: p. -.Vriittun. UM p. m.. t4:45 7. m.l KeiBuson. "SJO a. m.. i3S p m i p. -T' 3'45 p- rr- Arrlre at UnlenSUtlcnt Feriruson. "3 m., t6 V' xn-. 1-5 P. xn . f8:ll a. m.. iip--i a. m. At Olive Street station: St. tjharleV "1:43 pt m.. 17:43 a. m-j KInloch, lls m Hrldaeton. 1: a. m, 1:I p. rn.-.Fer-n. 10 jj n- - T33) P. m.. 533 p. n. r"nn- FROM WOBLtrs FAIR STATION. Fercuson Accommodation. .... tl0:10 nm tlv ; T. LOUS I ; 7!l IW ' byvcf" yiSkf, ih3,::. ;g'.--;?:, tc - tCy 3if.A?swrfi4--i-i-4c53!a)J3tt ' -"- - - "- - -