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Circuit Court Proceedings.
Since opening court Tuesday morn ing, the 11th inst. Judge Graves has been kept busy and has disponed of a number ul cases, amonR the most important are the following: In the case of Mai Weiner vs. Max Ghering defendant files notice of ruc tion to set aside order of wile and chanare of venue is irrunted and! thpi-iiflo will lie tried at Harrison-1 ville. Allie Marsh is pranted. a divor.e from her husband, 1. F. Marsh, and maiden name, Allie Collins restored. A chaiifre of venue to Vernon coun ty wan granted in the ease of J. C. Clark njraiiiHt the Mo. Pucil'u- rail road. This is a suit for duinniree I for injury to a Hup horse owned by Mr. Chirk. Geo. Kllifrits was ixiven judgment tor i'M (')." against the Mo. 1'nc. rail road eoinpiny by agreement. Ida Mitchell was grunted a divorce from her husband. Scott Mitchell. Toney Leveringchargedwith break ing into cars at liich Hill, plead guilty and was sentenced to two years in the jeiiitentiary. C N. Drown charged with forging Chas. Falor's name to a check, plead guilty and was sentenced to the jten itentiary for two yeurs. Uuhurd Going, charged with bur glarizingseveralfarm houses Ut ween Adrian and Italian, plead guilty and was given two years in the pen itentiary. Icwis I.. Wix et al vs. Clark Wix et al, decree of partition and order of sale. A decree of divorce was grained plaintiff in the cese of Joseph Melton vs. Fannie ('. Melton. J. It. Morgan et al vs. It. (!. Hart well et al, decrceof partition granted. liliza Wainccott vs. Harney Wain scott, divorce granted plaintiff. Fred Livingood vs. Kuln Livin good, plaintiff granted divorce. . i m - w .ir i . . T Z.,: . t ! : i. i. ihih cnargfii vtiiu lorguig name of G. W. Howlin to note, sen tenced to penitentiary for live years on plea of guiltr and paroled hj court on future good behavior. In the case of W. A. Kithcnrt vs Rich Hill Coal Mining Co., demurrer sustained and plaintiff nonsuit. Kithcart's son, a minor, was killed lu defendant's coal mine and a suit for damages resulted. The suit of IS. C. Deacon vs'. A. G. Hornn et al, change of venue from Cass county, dismissed ut cost of plaintiff. Wilson Scamahorn vs. Ed itertrix et al, appeal from Rich Hill, verdict for plaintiff. Pearl Cobb was granted a divorce from her husband, Geo. Cobb. In the case of Win. Hern vs.-J. L. McConnell, suit for commission of real estate, non-suit was taken. tu it .a rrr.x rrm f 1 IIO III IMC Jlll.lJ lllll iUltPU went Co., against Jerry Culbertson u verdict wus rendered for defendant A Startling Surprise. Very few could believe in looking at A. T. Hoadlev, a healthy, robust blacksmith of Tilden, Ind.. that for ten years he suffered such tortures from rheumatism as few could endure and live. Hut a wonderful change followed his taking Llectric Hitters. "Two bottles wholly cured me." lie writes, "and I have not felt a twinge in over a year." They regulate the kidneys, purify the blood and cure rneumatism, neuralgia, nervousness, improve digestion and give perfect health. Try them. Only 50 cts at u. b. l acker a drug store. Spruce Items. Chas. Harrison is reported very sick at this writing. Fred Shillinger died Wednesday, and was buried at the Appleton City cemetery Friday. We did not learn his ailment. Miss Odessie Harrison was married last Sunday to a Chicago gentleman A. I j. Gil more dehorned 85 head of his western cattle last Saturday. He purchased those cattle at Kansas City last week. Chas. Peacock and little daughter, Helen, visited his parents at Schell City Friday. James Frost says he has raised the largest corn crop this season that he has for many years. Mrs. F. A. Kret zinger visited home folks Friday and Saturday. Literary at Oak Grove last Friday night was a success. Louis Ridgeway will labor tor Andy Stephenson this winter. Mr. Offie, of Johnstowntput- a puone in his nouse this week. John Frewit will do some paper hanging in this section next week. . Fhoxtz. The Walton Trust Co. has an abundance of money for loans on farms at very low rates of interest. Parties wanting to borrow will find it to their advantage to call and get oar rates. 51-tf IS 1 li lit Jmes pinker Who He d L .v, " r.,J- the British Cable, Talks of Fanning Island. ME SOIL MUST BE IMPORTED. ii M rifteea Mea WkaAn toMalatala the Table Slatloa Waal ta Grow Law Ba mad liar - aeas Bad Will tiara Ulrt Shipped There Climate la Attractive and Water Abaadaat, Bat Ka Wfetatloe tSrowa. San Francisco, Nov. IS. J:iinin Pinkerton, who was principal electri cian on the cable ship Anlia, whieh laid the British cable from Yuneomer to Funning island, anil who lias hite ly been directing the work of cstnli lishinir the cable station st the lat ter point, has arrived hero. In an Interview he said: "Suva, Fiji, will be the repair station of the Uritisli .able and the repair ship Iris, a ves sel especially built for the purpose, will be stationed there. Fanning Is land is not such a dreary place. The climate is good, there is abundant water of fine quality, steamers call now ouee In three weeks, Itrinjrinir fresh meat and provisions. A statT of 13 will be maintained there, as the cable has to be kept going nljrht ami day. At present they are llini in tents, hut a San Francisco linn of contractors has a force of about III men there now building n first-class house for the men. In course of time, no doubt, soil will be Imported sufll oient to provide lawns and gardens, for there is no soil there now, notli- ng but guano and coral, and little vegetation grows except coeoanut trees. The station will be in charge f Havid t'uthbert, formrely with the Direct I'nited States Cable company on the west coast of Ireland." HELP ALL LABOR UNIONS. Amerlran Fadaratlon Favor Inrreaaxri Pay tor bat tar Carrier, Tliniiith It I a Non-AfttllnH.il Hraly. Now Orleans, Nov. IS. At Tues- day's convention of the American Federation of Labor a resolution pledging the federation to iise every effort "1f defeat legislation against railroad ticket brokers and unti Kcalping bills was adopted. A reso lution pledging the aid of the federa tion in securing increased pay for letter carriers was also recommend ed for passage. Delegate Million de clared that the letter curriers had declined to affiliate with the Ameri can, Federation. Delegate Max Hayes, who introduced the resolution, de clared the policy outlined by Mr. Mil lion to be too narrow and that the proper method was to encourage other labor organizations. The reso lution was adopted unanimously. A resolution requesting the federa tion to seek the good olliccs of the national administration in securing relief and protection for labor or ganizers in the island of Porto liico was carried unanimously. A resolution declaring that the preference should be given to union musicians at the St. Louis exposition was - also adopted. The - resolutions introduced by Victor L. I'.erger, of Milwaukee, instructing the r'edera T Inn l almr to ivu- it'i t "IT'T' to induce the national congress to puss a bill securing to every wage worker who shall have reached the Hire of (in years without having hud mi average annual income of .fl.DOH. a pension of $12 per month, provided that the wage worker is a citizen of the I'nited States and has. resided in this count rv for 21 v'irs when the application for pension is made, was unfavorably reported. NaT Popnllmn I Ilrnrf. Washington. Nov. IS. In the con gressional directory which will lie published on December 1. the word "populist, which has appeared as the political designation of Senator W. A. Harris, of Kansas, for the last six yenrs, will be dropped and the word "democrnt" substituted. "Pop ulism is dead," said Senator Harris in ordering the change. Kplsonpal Rlahop Thoinpunn Dead. Jackson, Miss., Nov. IS. liishop Hugh Miller Thompson. Episcopal bishop for the diocese of Mississippi, is dead here of cancer of the throat, He was admitted to the ministry when 22 vears old and filled several prominent milnits in Chicago. New York and elsewhere. He was ap pointed bishop of the diocese of Mis sissippi in 1SS6. Quick Death In Kleetrle Cha'.r. Auburn, N. V., Nov. 18. John Truck was put to death in the electric chair in the state prison here to-day for the murder of Frank W. Miller at Virgil. Cortland county. Truck met his fate calmly, and five minutes after the witnesses had assembled in the death chamber he was pronounced dead. Will Retara Via Southern Koolo. Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 18. It is an nouneed here that on his return trip from Memphis, President Itoosevelt will take the Southern railway route direct to Washington nnd will make stops at Stevenson and Tiiscumbia, Ala., Chattanooga and Knoxville Tenn., and Ashe ville and Monroe, N, C. Predict 85-Cent Wheat. Chicago, Nov. 18. There is a great head of steam on in wheat. J. Ogden Armour is at the throttle, the other fellows are climbing aboard, and nothing can stop the advance. Some of the wisest people in the trade are talking 85 to 85 cents for May wheat before the present oamppign ends. I On Farm Loans ttttt it o nnnnTU A T oitVr inducements , r. Idiiir tumi, t'asy terms : i ml fair Ol lt GREATEST NEED in a ftnunciiil way just now is a larger demand for loans We have a larjjp surplus, which is steadily v. rowing l.trjrer. The situation, therefore, compels us to aiin announce that we arc in need of dwiralilc loans. The terms and conditions of our loiining are such as to make them aetvptnhle to nil good horrovvcrs. MISSOURI STATE BANK. VirRia'a Items. We heard it and jotted it down. What happened in and out of town. Miss May Smith, of Amsterdam, asset! throui:h Virginia last Satur ay. J.C.liiggsand Mr. Oliver, of Hume, took a look lit Aaron's Dnroc Jersey loirs. They bought three head. Key. Nil'lnck will preach Sabbath night at M. E church. The S. S. Schools were all rained ut Sabbath. Dr. lioulware, of Untler, was called ... . . 1. . .. M.. Sabbath afternoon to see unty .uc- 'aim, who was very sick. Pr Allen, if Rich Hill, came with him. At this writing he is doing well. Cox nnd Hines, of near Hume, pur chased a pair of Duroc Jersey pigs of J. II. Tark Tuesday of lust week. Mrs. Zera Kaybourn, of Jefferson City, spent Wednesday of last week with Mrs. 0. M. Drysdale. Alton Park and family, Mrs. Josie Jenkins and mother left Monday for their new home in Nebraska. Mr. Jenkins will remain a few days visiting relatives. J. W. Park has sold his 8(1 acre fa rm-tmrth of Virginia; Captain Nickel has arranged to leave Tuesday of this week for their new home ut Lee's Summit. He bought a funn adjoining the town on the east. We hope they will all enjoy their new home. The rain nnule the corn fields Bolt, so that the buskers can't have full loads. Mother Craig, who was thrown from a horse sometime ngo in the territory, is getting better slowly. Her daughteiTMrsTJactTJerry, who has been staying with her, returned home last week. Alton Park and Virgil Jenkins' sale last Wed nesday was well attended. Most everything sold well, amounted to nearly $1,400. A. J. Dugau attended sale here last week. He went to see his old neigh bors before leaving for the west, which he had arranged to leave Tues day of thi8week. Aabqx. List Your Property. If you want to dispose of your farm, let me sell it for you; if you want to exchange it for laud in west ern Kansas and get three to six acres for one, I will make an effort to do so. I will be at Adrian Nov. 18thr Rich Hill Nov. 14. and W. 0. Atke- son's law office in Butler Nov 15th. Come in on the above dates and list your property or write me giving de scriotion. price and terms. I think I can sell or exchange your farm for you, if the price is right. Cheap transportation to western Kansas Nov. 18. E. B. Atkinson, 51-tf Grainfleld, Kan. Piano Tuning. To whom it maj concern! This certifies that the bearer, F, M. Skaggs, has done considerable work for us, and we always found his tuning and repairing perfectly done. We consider him an honest and perfectly reliable workman and anyone entrusting work to his care are sure It win n owuesu.usinci,orny W. W. Kimball A Co. Manufacturer of pianos and organs, Chicago, 111. BJ w. U. Lotteb, 50tf orders at Day House. ) 1 HUTLEll, MO. in the matter of puyim -ntp, treatment. liberal i 4 i I C A VICTORY FOR WELTMER. The Supreme Court Allows the "Heal er" Use of the Mails Washington. Nov. 17. Prof. Well nierajjjretiiHniiiil, The lluited States supreme court reversed to-day with costs the decision of the I'nited States circuit court for the Western district of Missouri in the case known as the American School oFMagnetic Henliiiff vs. I. M. McAnultv. The case grew out of tbe issuance of a fraud order bv the Postinuster Gen eral against S. A. Weltmer, president of the school, which is at Nevada, Mo., by which the postmaster there held up Weltmer's mail. Weltmer appealed to the courts for an injunc tion compelling the postmaster to cease interfering with his mail and in reply the representative of the gov eminent demurred on the ground that the courts bad no jurisdiction in the matter in which1 he is sustained An appeal was taken to the United States supreme- court which now de cides that the lower court was wrong in sustaining the demurrer. Thecase 1s remandeiTTor future proceedings to give Weltmer an opportunity to present evidence in support of his contention that his business is not fraudulent. Meanwhile the fraud order will be raised and thepostinas' ter will deliver the mail. The business done by Prof. Welt mer ut Nevailn, Mo., before the gov eminent interfered amounted to million dollars a year and caused the Nevada postofjiceto be. raised from the fourth to the first class. All o! the letters received contained money Judge Philips made the point that so much mail required all the atten tipn of the healers and left no time for suggestion and concentration of thought on j;he sufferings of their correspondents. In April, 1901, Weltmer and his partner, Joseph-11. Kelly, were fined $1,500 for using the mails frauds lently. Judge Philips gave them a vigorous lecture at the same time, Startling, But True. "If every one knew what a grand medicine Dr. Kings New Pills is, writes D. H. Turner, Dempeevtown Pa., "you'd sell all you have in a day. Two weeks' use has made a new man of me." Infallible for con stipation, stomach and liv?r troa bles. 25c at H. L. Tucker's drug store. Hotneseekers. Locate in central sunny southern Kansas, the garden spot of the U. e, lor tarming. sure erops and nice mild climate. For full particulars write the Kingman County Coloniza tion Company lor free book entitled "Out There in Kansas". Address, hank W einhchenk, Manager, 2-tf Kingman, Kansas, This ad appears but once. Write quick. Farm Loans At very low rates. No delay. Money ready. '- Any land owner wanting to borrow will find it to bis advantage to call and get onr rates. Tas Walton Tbubt Company, Butler, Mo. i. Mrs. Mary Norton, in Jail at Fort Scott. May Be Member of Gang of Bank Robbers. ER TWO SONS ALSO IMPLICATED. Ooa of Than Waa KUIa4 faar HaaaSaia V4 klla Trying ta Baeapa rraax OIBeara Uaa Balla4 ta Haa Rob bad Baaka at Klcfearda. aaynaar aa4 Braaoagta. a-Wnul Haabaa4 Railroad Maa. I Kort Scott, Kan., Nov. 18. Mrs. ' Mary Norton, wife of a Frisco road car inspector in Springfield and mother of the supposed bank robber who was killed near Mansfield lust week while trying to bourd a train escape from the officers at the time of the arreat of William Duly, j uotner auegeu uann rooorr, i in , nil here, charged with having beeu ssociuted with the gang that robbed the bank at Richards, Mo., and also at Seymour, Mo. She hud on her pel son over $100 of the bills stolen from he Richards bank, and the officers la iin to have learned that she knew all ubout the plans to rob the Rich ards bank. Another of the woman's sons wus in jail here, charged with burglary. It had been proposed to release him upon payment of costs. She puid hem with money stolen from the Richards bunk nnd was thus uppre- ended. The woman declared the son who was killed near Miinsflcld sent he money to her. ltoth the sons m plicated in this affulr ure named Drinkwater. They were children of former husband. The ollicers be lieve this is the same gang that robbed the bunk at Uronough, Mo., a couple of yeurs ago and murdered a constable. DEMANDS OF GRANGERS. Kxtrualoa of Raral Malt Delivery and Trac-hlnif of Airrlcnltore la Schoola Uealred. Liuising, Mich., Xov. IS. At yestfr- ilay's session of the Nutionul 4 iranpe theTiifnintttee oh lcgislutiin report ed favoring the extension of the riirnl miiil system, postal savinprs hunks, early completion of the Niearnpun anal, the building of a canal to con nect the Mississippi, great lukes and Atlantic, the election of United States senators by popular vote, improved pure food laws, a constitutional .intendment giving congress the power to regulate and control an corporations and combinations of capital of a monopolistic nature, thus preventing the use of tlieir cor porate power to restrain trade or to arbitrarily tlx prices and additional powers for the Interstate commerce omniission. The passage of the ship subsidy bill is opposed. The report of Grand Lecturer Itachelder favois the teaching of agriculture in the rural schools. New Rate on Perlodlcala. WasMngton, Nov. 18. Edwin C. Madden,- third - assistant postmaster general, in his annual report, made public yesterday, recommends the es tablishment oltha-oUowing ew4 postage rates: A new rate at four cents a pound for all publications now admitted to the second-class mail except dally, tri-weeltly, Semi weekly and weekly newspapers, in the generally understood sense of the word "newspaper." Chloroform la Bar Hand. Monett, Mo., Nov. 18. H. II. Ilarri son, route agent of the Wells-Fargo Express company, returned to hi home here last night to find his wife dead in bed. From all appearances she had taken a small bottle of chloruf ornv to-her roonr toTjntct 1i ?T nerves so that the might sleep. With it in her hand she fell asleep, the odor of which overcame her. Caed Blanket to Plgbl tire. Helena, Mont., Nov. 18. Fire to day threatened tke complete destruc tion of East Helena. A fierce gale was blowing and to protect the build Ings blankets' were used to pre vent the flying firebrands igniting, With the assistance of a steamer from Helena, the lire was gotten un der control after four buildings had been destroyed. Killed at Hla Door. Oklahoma, Ok., Nov. 18. George Luckert, agent for a brewery here, was killed yesterday by coming in contact with a telephone wire which had become grounded and erossed with a live lectrio wire in front of Luckert's house. A newsboy rode into the wire and his horse was killed instantly. Monumeata for Mlaaoarl Soldier. Vickmburg, Miss., Nov. 18. The Mis souri Yicksburf military park com' missioners, headed by Senator F. M, Cockrell, arrived yesterday to select sites for monuments to the soldiers from Missouri, federal and confeder ate, that participated in the siege of Vicksbi.rg. Dnrk-Hantlaa; la Good. -Norfolk; Van Nov. 18. Former President Grover Cleveland bagged 80 ducks of various kinds in the Tiov. blinds of the Back Bay Gunning- club yesterday afternoon. Mr. Cleveland stayed in the blinds until it was too dark to see. Gai la Seaool Pooalatlea, Topeka, Kan, Nov. 18. Kansas has gained 9,011 in school population dur ing the past year. The total popu lation now is (17,028, as against SOS,- U last year asd S08.U4 la 1900. i i MARKET REPORTS. Kaunas City. Nov. lx.-4-B-tltr Rwll. lu.bH; lalv.a, 101. The murl t was steady lu a shade lower. KfpM :itatlv saJeal j SHlPl'lNli AM- lKn-5ifc.l bK.fJ STKKRS. No. Ave. Prtif . No. Ave. Prl 15 125S aUO I 22 12TS TJ DU Ulii 4 HI 15 LSSU U !! 1.C i 15 tM. IS llu. 4.tS I S5 10j . WESTERN STK! R3. 18 fe44 4.tJU 13 stk .... 5o0 stk t& J 75 j 10 Mr SKS 21 ean Tin i 5 3stk W7 SCB 135 ts 2.35 tstk. 1 , 1 stk. C , SI C J2 ... 12 2.50 Scan (10 . COLORADO STEERS. HOI 4.2 3U Mr 1W ... STS 4.10 1 U 1161 ,...K:7 I. NO I WESTEHN COWS. .... VX J.10 17 WO .... 1 2.W 7M .... M3 2.35 l'Jt-4 Ttat .....) i.tfl j 12 iliLOKAPO CO A 8. ....lllii 2.1m I 9 Htk .... SM SOI.THW'KST STI KRS. ....1U 4.45 ;.21 1112 .... 912 J.i I native iieifi:rs. .... T.VI 2.75 j - 2 4S .... 73 S25 I 1 NATIVK COWS. ....U.10 4.W I 21 1002 .... !! 3.75 I 13 S .... ra 2.40 j 2 T.iO .... I'M 1,91) I 2 ITS NATIVK FEKHKR9. .... ! 4.20 I 1 NWI 4 10 21 J34 41 1 2.4S 140 IIS 1.79 13 4.5 ... 5... 1... 4... t... 4... It... 1... IIS IS 13 2 3 11$ IW 430 a., us., u.. so.. 400 ... ill!i 4.00 12.... lA06Vt.S5 ... 3.56 I 1 1180 150 NATIVE STOCKERS. 3 410 4.50 I 55 M2 SV 11 SIS 4.00 j 2 MO ItV S 5:0 3.50 I 13 CI 2 73 S.25 2 t icr, 126 ' STOCK COW 9 AND HEIFERS. 1 510 3 50 I ( 423 100 4 !V.7 2.90 I S S3 ISO 2... 7.11 2.75 4 557 1.70 Dm t OO i 13 72 155 1IK Hei-elpts, 12.935. The market opened 5 to 10 renin lower and cloaed llrm. Kepreai-nlattve kuIoh: No. Av. Pilff'No. Av. 1'rlce'No. Av. Prtca 17. .'.'"2 ii.ril 7..:.ri5 SC.5 !..2t .47H 47..2M li. ;7'i! W. .245 8.45 1 45.. 214 145 1..22S .t2ij! 70. .228 .l ! H1..S6 t 01.. ITS li.::T': S0..223 JIlT'i Ml. .221 140 Tt.. 1TB II.:;:. I IS. .111 6.35 M..1T I.STH I2..1J0 B.:M ! 10. .Hal 8.20 43..1S1 130 Sh-t-i K ri'lpts, S.S37. The mitrket was Ftn.iiK to In i.'nlx higher. I.Hmhs range from V.'vui.iy, sliorp, Ji)l.jiX50; culla. tl.7y-i2.ri; l.mka, 12.50. Chleaao Live Slork. ChlcnKO. Nov. 18. Caltl Reoehiti, (i. (looil to prime steer. $-;.st6 !); stock- irs unci fivtli-rx. t2.OtXu4.75: Texas fed steers, S-1.O-4IM0. Hoes Heeelpts, 36.000. Mixed and butchers. fil.UKii8.40; bulk of sales, f8.20l 6,:t.. Iii-i-p Iti ri lpts, g.OOO: rjood to cholea wethers. 1.15)14.10; western sheep. 12.75(9 lambs, fl.Ti4.75. St. St. Louis. Lonla Live Stock. Nov. 18. Cattl Receipaf, S. m. Heef steers. f4.D0lil6.50 Texas steers. f3.iHii5.00. I lot:? Receipts, 7.000. Plus und lights. frt.M.iti.w hutchers, J6.30i.j0. Sluep-Reeelpts, 700. Natives, f3.45fij.862 lambs, f4.4y(j5.50. Omaha Live SloeW. Omaha. Nov. If. Cattle Receipts, 4,- 500. Native steers, f4.00' 6.00: western steers, f3.5o?i5.00; Texas st -ers. f3.2Sd4.40; stoc-kers and feeders, f2.50'i4.25. IloKKeee1ptft. 8.5U0. Heavy, f6.204i6.35: bulk of sales, 16.256.35. SheepReceipts, 11,000. Teaillnes. S3.40 l&XHO; lumbs, J3.7ijj4.76. Kaaaaa City Grain. Kansas City, Nov. 18. Wheat Sales tw sample on track: Hard-No. 2, 67V4e: No. S. 64c. Soft No. 2. 8o; No. 3, C5c. Mixed Corn No. 2, 46V4c; No. 3, 43e. White Corn-No. 2, 46Hc; No. t, 43o. Mixed Oats No. 2. Smo: No. 3.21e VhtTe-"Oati-No. 27S3c; No. 3, 311'32Ho. . Rye No. 2, nominally 45c: flaxseed. rastor Deans, fl.20U1.2o. Prairie Hay-f4.50fllUB; llmother ftOO T&i ,ic No. 3, 674i72c; No. 1 northern sprtiiK, Tie; No. 2, 73ff75c: No. 3. 6TiT3c. Corn No. 2, 56Hi67c; No. 3, 561 56?io. Oats-No. 2, iSl'Ac; No. 3. 2sUc. Futures: Whaat Decerr ber. 3fyl3c; May. TiiKtiTuc; July, 73 v.- Corn No vember, 5774c: December, .'i7"te; January, 47'Be; May, 41o. Oats November, 2o; December, -c; old, 28Vic; May, 3194c St. Loala Cash (iralo. StiLflulg. Nov 18, Wh-at-Nu, 2 fed. cash, elevator, 68V4c; track, CUXWVtfc; No. 2 hard, 68710, Corn No. 2 cash, 47c; track, 47V&48C, Oats No. 2 cash. Slo; track, 31(&31V4c; No. t white, 33340, Kansas Cits- Produce. Kansas City, Kov. 18.-Eggs-Fresh, 19c dos. Butter Creamery, extra fancy, separa tor, 25c; firsts, 24c; dairy, fancy, 21c; packing stock, ISHo; cheese, northern full cream, 11W12C-, Missouri and Kansas full cream, ll,4S12ttc. Poultry Springs, 10c lb.; hens, live. Br pound; broilers, 12c pound; ducks, 10s pomia; geese, tic; turkey hens, loe lb. young gobblers, lflc; pigeons, 75c dosen squabs, n.wxtfl.so dos. Choice, scald dressed poultry lc above these prices. uame uucks. mallard, 33.003.50; vas Pack, 4.00; mixed, fl.5061.75; ijfb- una, i.w per aosen; squirrels, fl.OO kyer dosen; plover, fl.26ffll.50 per dozen. Potatoes Choice to fancy, per bushel, small lots, 40570c; tweets, 60 75c bu. - Fruit Apples, per barrel t2.00100; oranges, f3.75 per box; lemons, f4.S0 per box; cranberries, f8.50rn9.00 per barrel; eastern pears. t3.00J.50 per barret Vegetables-Cabbage, 4075c per cwt: onions, 575c bu. In Job lots: tomatoes, per 4-basket crate, tl.001.50; turnips, 259 30c bu.: beans, green and wax, per ham per, f2.0O?.5U. IoTeatlgatlna; Iadnstrlal Condltloas. Chicago, Nov. 18. A delegation of 23 English labor men, representing the principal labor organizations In England, arrived here to-day. Their purpose is to investigate the prevail ing industrial conditions from educa tional and sociological standpoints. Telephones la Booth Mlaeoari. Mansfield. Mo MotTlia at holders of the Cedar Rapids. Man field & Hartville Telephone com pan decided to build the line connecting these three points at once. This will connect Mansfield with most every section of southwest Missouri. This Boycott a tm lore. or. ctf. Schenectady, N.i Y, Nov. 18. The failure of the bovebtt immwi ka v. . Schenectady trades assembly 09 the Bchnectady Railway company's lines ' ia eonoedpit Viw 1&luiH u.j vsuon, una there is reason) to believe that the . ' InhibiUon wtU be remeved. V s J 7 or Jfa. . 1