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tiewiipapw Not foe A tiioment Your ndverttfe inent would IK nleely printed and would Und lu way tutu nil time thrifty 11111tdtue wealthy jtnd article to buy nod money with which to hay thiii nnd It would bo rend nut I pondered nnd people would eome down to your store and patronize you nnd keep coming lu IncretmliiK numUw nut1 you might hnve to hire nil extra clerk or two move Into n larger block and more fuvomble lonitloti und do n big Her InuliieiM hot of nurse It would tx more ollIIIIhIIIUII bring altr- Iltolllll1l11nllt True Prws for Their Nlomnvlia inkr- Funday IIChllOlltftlllJllI l wimw round oftcncr In KiiKlnutl thou lu the Unltnl Siiilcs for the dealt of llrlxtol ions In cludrd In his leak Odd nnd Rude putty ntnrle of tho hold of nuch test i tlvltlwj ou the juvenile heart und stout eels The hand of n nmnll lay wnronHl for nn liMtnnt over n pinto of enko before be took ono Jliiiiiks he Mid liner List momentary hesitation Im into 1 cats inunnKe lilt I stand up Another toy ullll smaller who lint 1 ntulfed fyntemntlttillr nt last tuna to hue snottier mul sighed Carry uie home mother but oh dont laud tliu 4 The avenge boy In Yorkshire know why hu ntteiuU these fciiHts and iloe tint rvllidi Ixjliii funiUhed forth stern lily A willcltoui curate npproaehe l oiio who was Klowarini myMtcrlouslyHnvc you Inid n pull teat thin curate nnketi- No sniff tho lay In nn niwrlcvOd tone InyhiK his hand on bus diaphragm It cant hurt me yet Duck stud Ilruhr A nchoolboy In Jewell City Mo urn d nnlined to prepatt nn o sny on the tuhject of Dtickn and this In what he wrote Thu duck IN n low heavy set hint eompiMeil funnily of ftiathem He U u mighty parBinge having n linarso voice cniiKcil ItIttine 110 many frnitf In hits neck lln flkea the water mid eiijiia n Toy bal town lu hlx stomach to keep him taut Hluklnc 1ho dude bad only two ICRK nod they urn not m for hack on Ills running gents by nntnru that nlm eaiuo putty ixiir inlHHlnjj hits body Bois e dnckH when they set big have 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l n wonl 1t1 or ttenwc Xolh IllS cunVekuit without n ntune Vol Mire v I S1ADK ttXIM9 Slllllnry nrpnrti Mrn Kroin Pouutj uTlifrp Mrlko U Oil TtMiiriao tiineInn C Twwn six men Hrnxtod I ro by tho militer- u Imithnrllles hichultng former Attir Hey Oenernl Kiigeno Knglty errand for the Tollman Ml MOTH union flu II Miller pnMilont of tho union ao 1 C VllIlnm vlo preflldcht of lh Umtrn Kodrratlon of Miner WIT plntwlnn n nprthlmund rain An taken Imiinilaron of IMlRtii military pmr I 114onllrIDThey nllowwl to return t Ibis martial law In In affect p Cd lnct wrS aim ilt Afrafn- Wallhlno Inn g10nK nn t nmjal nhushl ItJoa wnii Rfvon lv lime sltiintlnn ha the far ttmt by tlij preiidint and hK cabinet This gav cirnnirnt has ban keeping In aloe9 totirji wllh the urogroM of ovnls In the orient throiUh diplomatic china nebi but tint tin IrlllnJlo rucrlvod Im sotrt Iartrlll g ardth con niualnn of olio Glnc nweling th- nwmhnI woroI and inf y llnnl 11 IH felt by official if h idmlnUtri Ilan tbat It wnu1 b mir jwr poi Holy to dlPCUad n ut tI Ilollent- n P hint which is On IIFit tween Jn pan nnd UUSKI in which thothn United Btntes la t 01 3n t tho Iwili- s ICaI partied Thu gilt m tnle cell dons to tho coat ev y nit purr mnuurretaltRvety Ifoale al Q tnUaF n nee CouCh Remedy Watented We Eonrrtiilpe evi ry hQlllr of Chain helHliiVCoiigh Itonudy nrd will refund tho mniiej In anyutia WII nit each 4 Ilid nfler ii liiR twitjilittiU of the nun lenlK Till to tilt best t1II Ill1 III ihn world fur In grippe eilllI1f eolil s plsnMrtliidiiny of n cuM U rHRiili In pneuino nhaFnrsishby JAIIIItUo ONII i WE j AIm NOW AT HOME IX T- HECrawiord X Btiildi And our trade so farr urns oxeootlwl ou fuiuloit liopoa AVouro deeply gniloful ft i tlio gonorou8 putmnngo wolinvo rccoivwl ii limo pastl1I11t1 will try to inorit oven moro ii t the fill tiro Our stock is i I NEW CIEAN AND i And wo propose to maintain our FREftfIf for tIltlhllg tho bolt goods nut Fair and Honorable Dllline T fx And tio t- f andJcALL iE3 fRespectfullyI A CO SENATOR HANNA DEAD Clito Statesman Succumbs to Ravages of Typhoid fever SLIPS SILENTLY INTO GREAT OEYOND lie Hud Ilrm rncotitcloiifi Ior Hour Kiiniral 11111faire Places In Simile Clniiiilici and Itvnmliu VIII Iu In lint nl the Cnpltol lllirial Will lln Jliidn In Cluvdlanil Krliluy Washington Fob 1C Senator Honria Is dead Tho end came nt C4i Monday evening And with It tho nupprwMd sorrow of those who wcro nonr nod dear to him burst tin bounds anti men nod women cried Whon tho dissolution camo al Jio mombera of the Benatorfl family wero In tho room except Mrs Hnnna HUllIt sinking spell began at exactly 03 oclock Drs Carter and Oilier wet0 them In attendance They till not con coal the tact that Ilfo was about tend o and nil members of tho family worn sent for Mrs McCormlck ono of the senators daughters nod Miss Pheljis wore present when tho end came Mr and Mrs Dan Hanna worn the first to nrrlve lilt they withdrew Immediately to tho chamber of thoi senators wlfo to summon her to bodslilo It was while they were ab sent tho senator breathed ids last HaneIntervals nnd then only to obey me chanically Homo Instructions given by tho jiliyslclans Fourteen hours be lure the end was announced life hart practically suspended the flickering wpark bolng kept aglow by tho most powerful scientific ngenclon Five minute before death came Dcncra ChnrlM A Dick camo from tho bee aide with the announce mont lie Is worm and hOB only n few minutes at the mo t That slutomont Immedi rately pr faeod the last official bul letln which WM Senator Hanna aftornoollr heanoon IlrtlIlhmIfriends will be prw nt For n brie p rftl In the forenoon tho body will lln in state In the marble room Attar tho services special trains over the Pennsylvania railroad will carry the lady the family and friends to Clevo land where sertle0s f 11 hu hold either at tho home of Ibo senator 01 of isle son Inn Hnnna on Friday afternoon It is likely that lllshon Leonard of the northern dlocoso of Ohio of the IJputooiwl cliurch and rill molly rector of SL Johns church In this city will conduct the ficrvlcas Postmaster Oanarel Payno sent word to PraKidont Itoocevult mid ho ov Pressed deep sorrow at tho fatal ter mutation of tho lllnpw Events In a Busy Life JlHrru Aloiixo Manna wnn horn In Now tlHtxtti HIIIW triton Columlilrxnti county 0 Sept l 1X17 mmovisl with III fnllKMii family to ClrvolurHt In t86t role vtlumt i In the oninnion sehaile of tlmt city anti tlwi Wontsrtl llmrrvo wl tr8r Ilo lMin 0 wiin engaged an an iun Ilnye In the wlralmwlt grocery bonito of llnniui narmtmn L hu falhrr IwInK Mil ir nwiBlwr of this llrln MM rather 1lit1 In 19G S BW to trrroeerited tlmt hr trrriit In the Arm imlll ISG7 wJwn tlio bunlnrm WRJI rtosul wp then Ixwnnio n mtiiilwTH tf the firm of Illiodrn A fa IIIIss of thU firm wan rhanarl to 1L A Ilanim A- Co which still exists WHR lilflitlllod with kale aHrrylne biwlncH listing inter riitwt In vemicln on tho lahfM anti In the oomitructtmi of auph VPWIII wnii prw l dent rf the fnlop National honk of Clpvetoml prcnlilcnt of limo Cleveland Clly ltnll ny CnmjNiny Watt director of till tnlun lhicltl Unlhviiy coinwnyin Ices by iiiiuliittiiint of Prsaliltnl Cleveland i was u tlrltHHt tn tin nnlloiml Ilq jiuWlrnn ooHvnnllnim in tee last anti aUIG WfllI olbcteil tirtlnnnn of tho nation I nl Iloi ul liiin pommltteo In 1S96 was app polntnl to tin fnltotl stated ncnale by I Oovcrnor ltu lm ll Jlnruh 5 I97i to till tlm vniunciy eaustrl by tho rillromfnt of lion John Hhermnn wlo roelBiirnl to ftiG tIcopl limo lH1sllllln of secretary of stain In MuKlnleyH rililnet took its SIt Maruh B 1x97 In Jiinunry 189S has WAK cltclpil for tho nlinrt term ending t larch J 1899 and also for the nucccnl IIIR full term iMullnir Mun h 4 190S wia I r rlrrti il In Jnuunrj of the pronent ycnr I for another term I Triple Crime INow York Feb toFranlc Jlnrtro and killed his wife Rosto nt I Ills homo here snot nltl1 seriously II piuultMl hU HtopsonJlnccnt Mora anti then connulltoil suicide The f had hind trouble with hits Illicit and through n court order slip to leqvo tho houso She had ro- It turned for somo effects when tho i triple crlmo wan committed j Disproves Old Theoryjr Mimclo hud Feb IGFor tho 5 first time In thchlstiVy of this field oil wan discovered several feet below j tits salt water death In n well drilled near Bolmo There is now 700 feet of j oil In the well The discovery will revolutionize drilling In this section as heretofore wells have been nban coned after encountering unit water lArrested by Rangers Laredo Tex Fob IGO F Dodge I wanted In Now York city on n charge arresttleased on n bond of 10000 pending the hearing of appeal taken by lodge against his extradition from tho state of Texas wssnrrestcd at Alice Tex by Texas rangers Mutineers Capture Manila hob tG1t reported hero t t than 0f the runaway mutineers of I tlievitati constabulary have been cop j lured J uAi o M 1- t nty USKO SntATKOV I1orrrtlo hoist Attack ut Port Arhutf- iiceewleil i Tlirongh Krlnt Tokyu Feb JGA detailed report of his battle at Port Arthur has not been ncflvcd from Vine Admiral Togo by tho navy department and lh public IH as y without the full par ticulars of tho engagement A tells from one of tho men Vno participated 1 In the naval fight hays that the tor pedo attack succeeded through a clover riot The majority of tho ves seta composing the torpedo flotilla manouveriv In front ef the Russian lino anti heId Its attention while tho rest of the torpedo boats worked around to the rear and got close to tho enemy before being discovered Then they fired their eetructire role slues anti scurried away from dangers quickly as potetWo No further VladlvostoI 1 r Is thought tn have returned to th port of Vladivostok Ida preference to risking n flrtt or exhausting Its fuel Japanese Vesstl Sunk 0London Fro l3llaron Hayashl tho Japanes minister here has re calved a dispatch from TeWo an nouncing that on Fot + lltwo Japan ese merchant stcanr thlkNrltanoura Mnru and Zensfto on their way tram 4 ksiito Otaru on tho Island of k1 aria Were surrounded Mil shcll tiir four Hus sinn warship presumably tho Vladivostok squadron off tho coast of Hcrunshl Okushlri Tho Naka noura Maru waj lIullkfhut tho Zen ho Mnru escaped safely at Ftikuynma Island oi Hokkaido Japans Fighting Force Shanghai Fb 16 0Tho mobiliza ion of the Japanese army has bee carried out methodically It Is cst mated that SOOOi o troops aro now ready to bo placed Irvtfho field with cu Ilnpalring the nat1 i itetenses The movement of limn troops arc shrouded In secrecy They are bein moved nt night towanfthelr bases nt Sascbo Kuremljl and Ypkusaka and tho lights of ordinary triune aro ex tlngulxhed when In tile neighborhood of troop trains KilledNagasaki n steamers charted by a ll 811lali aura contractor have boon captBreil The vessels are tho Lena Actly Sends Selrstadt Argo and HermU They carried coal cargoes The Hormes ar rived hero under convoy ra cruiser It Is rumored that 1800 Japanese sol dlcrs have been killed presumably 1b the sinking of a tran turbances are reported in Seoul JapLt MonejjBfew Nagasalii Fob J5Tho vc6teI that comprised the Japanese fleet which attacked and destroyed tho Russian cruisers Vnrlag and Knrletz at Chemulpo on the Sth Inst were the cruisers Nanlva Takachlco Akoshl- 1l1I1U1Eltlho Asama Tho Japanese not i ft man awe JIC Mlttakenfor Jap Vessel Chefoo rb 16A reliable au thority says that three Husslan tor pedo boats have boost sunk by tho guns from the forts at Port Arthur They wore mistaken for Japanese yes eels Battle Is On Chcfoo Feb lliA steamer arriv ing hero from Port Arthur reports that h nvy firing was heard In the Straits of Pcchlll at midnight Satur day Ice Mountain at the Falls Nlagaraj alls N Y Feb lGfhe PIUrnllStions Such a large mass of Ico hag been brought down from tho lakes that the mouutaln has npprobchei to with In 2G feet of tho crest of tho catamct Tho trees and rocks on Ooat Islatid and on either bank aro covered with frost nnd glittering Ice anti pteseut a remarkably beautiful appearance As the Ico bridge grows with the accu mutations of broken lee coming down tho river It is believed that tho In crease will continue for a month as the upper lakes tiara thicker lea than for several years past Thousands of people viewed tholco scenery and bo1lowMardI Gras FutlvltleINew Orleans Feb rival of Ills Merry New Orleans carnival may be said to bo In full swing Arriving trains brought several thousand visitors In cludlng Many people of prominence in fho buuliioss and social circles of the north oast and west Meteorologically the day was an Ideal one The king of tho carnlyal made his entry Into tho city by the river route landing front his yacht ut tho tread of Canal street whore there was an Immense emigre gallon of people He had been escort cd up tho river by a gaily decorated fleet of boats Tho battleship Texas was dressed for the occasion Shot by Laborer Lawjbncoburg Ind Feb 1C Thomas Meaney a gang foreman for the Shutt Improvement company near Welsberg was fatally shot by an Austrian laborer whom ho had dls charged Although the shooting was witnessed by more than n hundred thq AU8trlanescnpolf When IllIen j Mots ware fired Mennoy was with tho laborer to tho pay A posso of officers and meL aro In pursuit t Publishing Company Falls Boston Fob GTho Lothrop Pub Hulling company ot this city assigned to Fred H Williams and Warren F Gregory The capital Is 125000 A rough obtlmato of tbo liabilities placed them at i150ti040- y 1ka i r r w err otK BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS RELATING TO AFFAIR3 IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES 011r W Ij JlcKwcn Klrctcd Ira eldcut of Central Unlvenlly Hill Provid tug Kor Iurrluita of the Lincoln Ilomettead CnpllulUt Slrlckon Lexington Ky Feb 12Dr W L McEwen pn tor of tho Third Presby terian church of PIttsburR Pa was unanimously elected president of tho Centra university at Danville Kym at a full mooting of tho trustees to suc ceed tho late Dr W 0 Roberts Dr McEwen has not Indicated whether he will nccejit lo was born and roared In Frankfort Ky nnd was graduuto from Center college and Princeton Theological seminary Among those who had been mentioned for tho pres UnitedoStates comtnUIsonor of Internal rev enuo To Improve the Tennessee Washington Feb 10Tho Improve meat of tho Tennessee river through the construction of an elaborate eye tem of locks and dams to cost = 6000 000 was advocated boforo tho house committee on rivers and harbors by a largo delegation front northern Ala bama Kentucky and Tennessee Gov Crnor McMllllh of tho last named state nddrcwed the committee as did Hcprcscnatlvo Moon also of Tames see end Representatives Richardson and Burnett of Alabama To Purchase Lincoln Homestead Frankfort Ky Fob 13ln tho houso a bill was Introduced appro priating = 10000 for the purchase of birthnof and for converting It Into a public park An other bill was Introduced ceding to tho federal government lands near SVes Point for the establishment of th lostgCaptured Negro Murderer Mlddlesboro Ky Neb 10 John White the negro who killed Officer Hums has been captured and lodged In jail here Tho streets were full of excited men bent on lynching but Mayor Turner and Sheriff Howard 1with a largo posse guarded tho jail anti tho men had no leader so that no violence was done Former M C McmphU Tenn Feb 13Forme Congressman Josiah Patterson died hero of a complication of diseases Ho was widely known throughout thu south as a lawyer and statesman ills son Congressman M R Patterson representing tho same district an stp 1nshsIngtou Capitalist Stricken Owcnshoro Ky Feb 15lion A C Tompkins aged G5 capitalist and exrcprosentatlvo In the legislature Buffered n paralytic stroke Sunday and is In n dangerous condition Will Again Discuss Scale Indianapolis Job lCAfter a long and spirited conference tho specie committee appointed by time local op orators and miners of Illinois In diana Ohio and western Pennsylvania to consider tho advisability of calling another joint conference decided that tho conference should be hold here Feb 29 A call to the operators and miners of tho four states named was Issued Immediately niter tho session adjourned and tho 557 minor stele gates and the 350 accredited delegates for tho operators will return for the meeting The action of tho commit too In assembling all the delegates In joint conference was something of n surprise as It had been practically decided that tho call would bo limited to tho 16 scale committeemen on each side Methodist Concerns to Merge Cincinnati Feb ltiMtcr deliber ating for a week the Methodist book committee has decided to recom mend to tho general conference at Ijs Angeles next May tho consolida lion of the Cincinnati Chicago and Now York book concerns This means that the manufactories of these houses will be placed under ono management lIut whether time combined publication will be In Cincinnati Chi cago or New York or elsewhere no recommendation will bo made by tho book committee It was only after days of discussion that the step adopt ing tho report recommending consoli station of book concerns sent broad cast through the Methodist church months ago was adopted as Its report to the general conference College Boy After Easy Money Maruhalltown la Feb leThom as Fuller of this city n student of Iowa college at Orlnnell and n mem ber orthe football team was arreated by United States Marshal Christina on a charge of using tho United Slates mnlltt to extort money Fuller sent a wealthybuggyhOrn his property If ho did not send 300to Qeorgo II Watkins In care of a local hotel Christian was notl fled and trackage containing marked currftcy wan sent Fuller was nrrest cd when ho called for It and has con teased Killed RIvAl KlsseS Girl Suicided Appleton City Mo Fob 16John Cluckishot and killed his rival IloIIa Smiley at Rockvlllo 10 miles from hero and then kissing tho girl they both loved anti who witnessed Imo killing ho sent a bullet through his own brain and tell mortally wounded Tho tragedy occurred at the houso of John Maddox where both young men had called to moo Miss Maddox Roth ofsage Cl c will die t J J tr Here W c Are The Celebra- tedHANAN SHOElimo Boat on Eartli PRICE SOO PRICE llor yule lSy DAY BRO CGlilt I Jaekgoii Iegtueky 3ai e2 ==========Sa =ia c anca=a PROFIT IN DUCKS lraprrley Is there nny money In ducks Un doubtedly but li wane futiHoiw It re quirtS careful computation trod clan attention to mall details to receive pay adequate to the expense troublt timid time expended Is there more profit in ducks that- their Is In clilckins That ilppegdii ut several things on the locks of ducks 011 the llofk of chickens but more yet uiHin tho person that lunmlnrpi of ijir flocks There ore quicker returns re routrIn thp way of fences land building Thu per ttlU of fertility Is higher wltfi ihtclaj ggs than with clll ksfJl11tJilItl- AA fitfin desilh Is much less blit lIIlts w11Ittmetais nt regular hues l Iuliol l1urctuT seller mid sells Just nt the right the ducks will eat their lends otC its to fist troy prollt Is concerned for they are very greedy enters nnd unless they arc rushed frosts tin end of the first week until they nre marketable Jit eight n toil weeks the tied bill will prohnhl- rollll to im much as the check for tti lnlnther tain time ThM time differ different markets but If Is usually In June that the buttons falls out of the thick mar ket Some years It Is a tow sittyS ear lier than others so It Is bept to be on the wife side by having tho ducks out as early as ponslhle The drop troo ctafttthlcause nlmost nny one to hustle tie ducks to market Keeping ducks through the puinmer In order to pick them niul sell the tenth ers irt n thing we never trial Wcwer6 ccmpelle to keep n Hock ofjpimg ducks through tho summer otter lilt they were never picked were what would bo called stocked through If ono had been talking of hogs or cattle until time tail rise In prier Then the were stall fed n month before innrkojVj lug We ennio out nhcndl ecnu8oof low prleo of feed no loss In numbers and the comparatively high price ro cclved for the ducks A combination of chicks nnd ducks U the happiest for an all around profit producer but they must be combined Separately else the combination will cause the owner more trouble and loss titan oil the trust combinations III thin business Mucks aid chicks will not thrive In the same yard Time ducks may get along nil right but woe to the chicks Ono can use the hens fur Incu bators In foot It is necessary to have old liens or woolen lnculmtorn Ducks are no good for Ibis Inislncss In the pprtng While the hens are Iucubntln their own and tho ducks eggs thin ducks will be lining limo egg basket Then time young ducks will be for sol before any chukka When the duck stop laying the hens should be laying some too Uy n combination of two good breeds one of ducks one of chick elms nnd n careful manager for Ih flocks profits should be more and often er In coming Pcfdns are perhaps lti best nil nround ducks for time farmers anil Rocks or Wyundottea In clicks Does It sound too nice on paper Well try It nail see If Itdoesnt pay ISe sure if the round up shows n loan thai there have been lacks somewhere or nn un toward accident for it has been proved to be n profitable Investment in moro tlmu one trial Emma Cleanvuter In OUIoPnrincr i CroiTilInc OIl tilt Hooftti Fowls that lit crowded do not spond with n profit It met pay tn hnvo A sump lock nnd yet time addi tion of n few more birds army change tho profit to loss oinelluies moro fowls can be kept together In tho pool try hotifio in thp wluter season than In till summer 1I In fact on cold tights It may bo an1Adralitnge1o have enough of them the nnlnml beat of thelr tles luny raise thu teal lll n tJJf house rot tIfIIh lld ti- a 1fW t 1 r J Shima not be crowded or they will not thrive During the warn season ent lien should have nt least ten square fee pt vow but in winter fire square fecf may be suinclentthnt Is n boutierf10- e by 10 feet should nccommoilato ten fowls in the summer but In the winter season such n houso can be used to keep twenty lions with less Ineonven 1f tOJotherIroom d waded In winter as there Is nothing that the hen can then pick but tho poultry house should be light and possiblensialtkinds fill quarters Fnrnt nod Fireside L 01 perm of nonp poultryShs s have been diagnosed by poul 4 rtry editors anti other writers as a rm ofrotip Tills Is all wrongoJ Butrpassages or tnce j cs ox Mend is roup lloup is n specific disease nnd easily diagnosed by ono twornow on our table eachegfiiug entirely different symptoms and the ctjltors in ends case say it Is a form of roup When a chicken Is liMe nnd you dont know what nits It thrall is a form of roupIurm and Ranch 1 Securing Heifer Layers S- Pick out tlio best layers put each lot lota e a o nny says tt contributor to American Agrlculttir Igt As bred today there nre too ninny off In ono way and another nod If nil or nearly nil would breed for better Ill suits In n few years wo tCtnld bo ear prlsed ttlie improvement tu egg per lien yieldJr v u H A Iliinieiiiiiilp Condition Poirder p I TcXHl n mash every tnornlng which Is made ns follows Put lute n large ket tub vegetables such as small potatoes beets cnrrot cabbages etc flll It np with potato pnrjpgs or table scraps and let It bolUnll day on thin back of thin stove Tho next morning whllo hot mash It In nhinge tin bucket and add to it ns much of the following mlxtum ns will make n cnimbly lII sb Forty pounds of bran or middlings twenty pounds Quaker or ground oats eight pounds each comment anti corer meal four pounds each hominy meat stud linseed meal two pounds ench cotton seed meal and bone flour twelve ounces charcoal eight ounces salt tour ounces each sulphur ginger cayenne pepper and mustard Cut green bone ngwork nt noun In winter Every other day nt noon the fowls are given tvnstelw cabbage or otter greens and when sucli stuff Is gone mangel wurzeli Cor Americium Agriculturist JTht Iiitliixjrloiiii Urn toecjg9u f Her costs about fcent npouII whllo her eggs bring about 10 edits f J An average benwlll proifuee 2IOeggs j a year Item food costs about 80 coutn y mud her eggs will sell for 2 cents each I or 480 Pnriii hens which nteal Jl lowed to run ut largo lost time farmer I from 47 to 83 cents n year foe food The flrstyear Is the most profitable j r age for hens 4 j fCleonliiRearlynway Walls nd cracks should be tboN oughty soaked with a solution pf kero acne and carbolic acid using two to lour tablespodnfuls of add to each quart of kerosene After using Ibis t preparation finish house cleaning with Re oSamidDuring the summer months watch Jim ijjR ropats anti keep free flew lice at yK vi ttmee s 11 rt r j jofit r 4 m it I I J jdh i it Si = 1 1 d 4N j 4t f t0 M u I THE BREATHITT NEWS J WISE II A niNS editort Friday 1ubranry 10 lOOt JOIDJBWHLTK Cauy r Room COS Kentucky Title Bldg Ioulsvill Ky Will prnctlce In State mid U S Courts Buys und sells Kenl Kstnte Keep good list of Farms nt fair prices Spe cial attention given to Oil Conl and Timber land Reports values on ap plication Director for the New Era Land Gompnnr tom Circulation more Ulan FOURTEEN HUNDRED copies WE will accept advertisements on n guaranty that our paper has more than twice the circulation in Brentliitt County of any paper published Our papor goes to cv cry post oflice iu Perry County and almost every one in Lee Ma goflin Owsley and Wolfe Coun tiesIf you wart to reach tho moun tain trade try an ad in thQ BREATH TIT COUNTY NEWS This Judicial Kodifltricfng Dill will not past So wo will remain in Judge Riddells district ALL Honor to the Kentucky Senate for the failure of tho Judicial Redistricting Bill This was a very wicked measure and it got j what it deserved at the hands of p the Senate It would never have passed tho House had a free and fair discussion of It been permit ted e =WE should nil be veryvery grateful to the Press of Kentucky and especially to tho Courier Journal for tho great light made a 3igaimet the Judicial Hedistricting it + tNo Need for New District red pr qr The ardent supporters of tho S Judicjal Kediatricting Bill which has been lending in the Loglala taro for tho past week are making a plaintive howl that tho docket of Broathitt county is so crowded that the litigants cannot be cntftl for and that a much qiaof Circuit Court is needed Loud and long aru the ar iuiriuits il1 tended to enuvinetiathorKontuclcy Legishturo that it is their dtitj to make this change intor that tho term of court iugantdmay be Itmgthonmanuwore time t be allotted for the clearingtt1iiNk crowed docket Whore is the j consistency in their gpsition Tp whom do they expeot to carry con viction by thtir hollow argu mental v 1 To those who con tend lhutufe length of tho present MorinvW I too short we append hero a stno mont from tho Circuits Court Clerk of Breathitt hunty j I shows that there war OI ltiplo felony case tried at thola3tyterm of court iu which Judge Iledwino presided and that there wore only l a little more than one hundred pages of record made on tho order book at that tornof court It explains itself Stntoof Kentucky Breathitt olrctliL Curt IfAV I Back Clerk of the Breath itt Circuit Churl do hereby ctfrlify that l the November Term 1P03of f tinBreathit Circuit Cuurt nliat there x were flflyieveti pages of jecord made oh the Civil Orderbogynow In my of flee and I further certify lint Unute were lHtdX pugesufrgtrtlpnnflern- t s CdTiimnmveuliVi urder tywfcj in my nlHca Thnt nnfyense bfjw r wat tried nlsnld tried of court and the court W s triluyatrylug enid else ni nuwnppVuVJftroih tho records of my olllce hfs wlis lllrt only Many cb tried timid tern There wus H felony nosetrlIJ but the clmrnii unn r diiced tie mhuliimeaiior and tillS de Ito I ant wipe eoijvljled nlll111dlIUiven yr my land ns OIl k of aid OoUrtfttnl 18th day of lJhrllAryI 1901 WW n Haek OJIO C Among ihute who went to Krnnkfoit this weekJiVjirotHSt nKiilnsl tho pnrs agenflrm itedUtrlctliiK dIll lelltJulmrl lun and Sir Sutton fo roe county V It U Land ruin ROIl W 0 lItor Wolfe a rwiiitj Judtfe Roberts Judge Baker t RoblrtSAinburjy arjd Mr KM iothutyend Judge C X countyI allollJ Mrti r trop jireathlit lIf iii s 1 rlX 1 t- S 0 a a t Washingtons JtuHuliiy Exercises next Monday evening at 730 oclock nnnunl declamatory contest will beheld at the Lees Collegiate Institute The program will be Interspersed with good music which will add much ti tho pleasure of the entertainment All friends of the school arc cordial ly Invited to bo present In honor of oar first president George Washington There will bu nu school Monday AX HANDLES Heart or Ann Wood Curved or Strntelil llntiKliiK eke As When buying nn ax handle always Meet one tint Is made entirely from time sap wood or the heart wood but never ono that IB made partly of each for It will split along the tine of union Handles mado from sap wood are more rlnHtfc and better for chopping mud n luau will not tire or get sort no quickly when using one says nn Orange Judd Farmer correspondent I prefer those made from the heart wood for splitting although they are not FO durable The proper length nUll curve of limo handlo deponil upon time habit nod method of chopping of tho user With n long handle a tuna will strike n touch harder blow Lout with n short handle he will strike oftener HO thero Is practically no difference In the work accomplished The curve too depends upon the habit of the user A curved handle ban no advantage over tho one that la per fectly straight Mnst people prefer the curved because they are accustomed to Ha usc1s a rule the straight han tile Is more durable Tho size of the handle depends upon time muscular de velopment of the user It It U too small It will cramp the fingers and If too large It will lame the maids and wristsIf will examine the end of apiece of wood he will see that It Is made of layers each layer representing the growth of ono year Wood splits much more easily along these lines than across them hence when AX HANDLES AND AXE selecting nn ax handle always choose one In which tho layers arc parallel with the line of force as shown In Fig 1 It they are at right angles na In Fig 2 a few days use will muse the handlotto split along the dotted lines shown The difference In quality In this respect Is so market that many dealers sort their handles and make the price of ono about double that of the oilier In banging nut nx considerable at tention should be paid to the kind of work wblcji Is to lie done For small ItO hang nn nx olnlng III ns shown IniII For very large trees hang It across ornt right tingles to time jjmndlo timid for fpllttlng especial ly block wood Imilg It out according to 17g1 This gives ono n chance to strike h heavy blow squarely across the block Using the whole hit of the ax and wjlhout making n tiresome head of the back with every blow The reIAth9 position of time blade nnd Liindlu m my be changed by Inserting a small wedge fn the eye of the ax el thorljbovd or below the handle ns otf caslon limy require AUuUn Iu Uenterii Kclirnikn- As yet alfalfa II n new thing to n lare porcentage of time stockmen of Cbiirrj county but the acreage In creases every neason J II Ilntchelor nblg locUhuiu seeded forty ncreri to alfalfa a year ago last May cut three times during tho season and n tOil to the acre each time He believed alfalfa growing will be one of the Impor taut factors of the live stock business p wcatern ftcbrajika within tho next rcw jeaw 1 speaking of Ida venture Sir natchelor says The first essential to Its success In loose soil Those who hive tried U fled that It thrives on blue stem ground and gives tho best of sat isfaction When a ranchman gets three toils of feed off ono oem of ground ho Is making two blades of grass grow whero one grew before and more Those who have grown It are more thnn pleased with results nil predict that It will cut a big figure In the range countries In time As a result of my experience 1 am going to break up a hundred acres for alfalfa next spring I am going to Investigate methods of seeding and If I timid that it can be successfully grown ou sod I will seed the ground right after It la turned Orange Judd Farmer EvIiocN From the Irrim When scalding n hog put It In n cask or trough anti throvV three or four nndfuls of air slaked lluio over It then put In your boiling water It will make time bristles fly says an Orange Judd Farmer correspondent Cannibals of Africa are said to pre fer pork to human meat Savage prac lees have thus been checked by cal ural methods iind the pig attracts at tention ns the greatest clvlllzcr of tho ageFourteen ounces of pins welded Into t solid mass were found In n cows stomach ut one of time Chicago packing houses That cow must have been full of good points This going to a farm for n living Is serious business with tho chances against any ono who thinks that farm Ing Is n soft job or an easy business to learn Farmers In sentiment occupy n mid dle ground between capital and labor with little sympathy for time method of fllhcr Pure food laws should not bo objec tionable to the honest citizen while tho practices of the dishonest claw hould bo checked by legislation Farmers who fall to real regularly think Iu ruts t Y I Another Fire The residence of N IK Combs on Broadway was burned tide morning about four oclock The tiro caught from a closet near the co tral part of the house mid was nil In lames when feet discovered Nothing was saved the family barely being able to escape with their lives Saloon License has Lent granted Iu Matt Cruwford Breeding and Feeding II Cattle For Deefij Good quality Is seldom found III the plainly bred steer nnd generally found In tho well bred high grade animal says Professor II W Mumford of Illi nois College of Agriculture The desira bility of general quality cannot be too strongly emphasized While It Is n characteristic that Involves ninny points nod Is illlllcnlt to describe Its preserve or absence Is quickly noted by till trained rye of the Intelligent buyer- It Is this characteristic the stacker and feelers inoro than any other that wo depend Blum ns Indicating that the animal has within It tho possibility of making n market topper or at any rate n prime steer The nblllty to select stockers anti feeders which hove within them the possibility of making promo steers Is ono of time first and most Important Ics sons for stockmen to learn Iroflts In steer feeding conic not so munch from skill In feeding nnd management as from Intelligent buying nnd selling Time profit resulting from nn Increase during tho fattening period of time val ue per pound of time total weight of time nnlmnl Is ns ImpoVtnnt as that resulting from the method employed In the feeding anti management It Is seldom IKisxlhlo to produce at n prollt gains which do not Increase trIO value per pound of time total weight of the ani mal henco time Importance of Intelli gent buying or the selection of stockers mad feeders of good quality A Smllliflrlil Champion Tlio Ureitlcrs Oazcttes English cor respondent sent time accompanying pic turn of Mugs Clones ono of tho chnm pious of the recent Smlthtleld show Few people dreamed of limo cimm plan prize going to tho cross Short hornAbenlconAngus helter shown by Mr llatchelor of Sussex but bred In MISS CIIAHLKS Scotland writes time correspondent This nnlmnl certainly was n marvel for size nnd suhstuiuv her weight be tog about nineteen hundredweight al two years ten months nnd three weeks old but time butchers strongly objected to tho quality of the meat mid declared that It was little better thou cow beef Thus doubtless was nn exaggeration but the general favorite for the duel honor 3rr11 Crldhmti AberdeenAn gus ulcer just under three years weighing seventeen hundredweight nnd hall by Ir1 IL ridges of Inng shott Surrey would certainly furnish n fur better l ody of beef with much loss offal was n better si eclmcn amid of n pare breed cattle Pur tile Feed Lot The right way to buy cattle for the fetid lot Is it problem requiring to lie settled for each Individual case To say they must be brought low and sold well Is a were Juggle of words which menus nothing In n specific case When How Where What kind What weight anti what price are questions that time prospective buyer must fully consider limo first amid iwrhnps tho most im portant point to be settled is what class of cattle to buy Only cattle of the saute general ago thus weight and brooding should go lima the sonic fee lot balk out fur uniformity A mix ed lot of big nnd little rough and smooth grades nnd scrubs will nei ther feed nor sell as well as n uni form lot Decide on your class and then stick to it When this Is done you can figure with some degree of ac- aaunty UJKHI time three Important foe tors of tho question frost price feel bill anti probable gain per day or ratio between food amid gala InntMiIntlon for Tubrrcreloijln Time state of Pennsylvania deserves great credit for Its provision to thor oughly test tho Inoculation of cattle to prevent tuberculosis Kxporlments lire to bo continued on n large scale About 100 html of cattle are to ho used lids winter on a farm provided for this par pose Thus far the evidence Is favor able to tlw theory that cattlo may bo made Immune to tuberculosis by Inoc ulation nnd It further experiments confirm this the money spent In the Investigation will have boon one of limn host Investments of public funds ever made Stockman nnd Furmer- llotr tit roIUk llorun A Missouri cattlo brooder gives the following method of ollHhhig hors Make the horns smooth and even with a coarse file or rasp cud then take a fume unndstono nnd water amid rub the hue marks out thou take a fro whet stone n water stone is best wgl or rub out nit marks as time least scratc will show when iwllshod Then get ono tripoll or ns the railroad mien call It trlplyo wet ns much of it ns you want to tinge then with n rag of any kind nib the horn well with It you can hardly rub too much thou polish with tho palm of time hand Dont he afraid to bear on nnd rub quick Hull Ing water will nut tiiko the polish off Thoy will take npr color wanted by boiling them III somo kind of dyes Coiir I oililrr iu Need Generally speaking horses digest the sulky nnd fibrous part of their fool less thoroughly thou do cattle and hcnco very coarse folder purl better cat to ccjvl bnn Jo horse a Normal find Business Department of v Cees Coleyeate Snstitute WILL OPEN January 4th7 1904 ia aLicTCK rc s3K2a 1t PROF J F LlKENSso long and favorablyassociated with tho Institution will ngnin conduct time Normnl Work Kx purioncod and thoroughly coinpotont teucliors will bo in charge of tho Oiisinoja Ddpartiuont IIUSINKSS PRIMARY MUSIC ACAUKM 1C COII OIIRlI- ANUAIJlItAININO NORMAL DOMESTIC SCIKNCK- IIOAltDlXn 1 13I AUTJ IHXT StudunU pursuing Normal or Business Courses may take advantage of time Acmloiniu nnd Collegiato Dojmrtnionts with out extra charge Diploma will admit holler to fury jollogo of tho land and Board reasonable Call on or address M L UlltION lrlnelP1 Jackson Jventuuky a Combination OfTor lly our llbernt terms with the pub lichen of other pnpera we nee nblo to furnish you two paper for a littlo more than the price of use WI cnn sure you money on any paper you vrUh to lake We will furnish you Ill UUKATIIIIT COUNTY Malysmill either of the following CIIII rll1l1II II rllit I litilnvllle llernld Ghicngn It erOcean Cinctnimll Kn purer Lexington Lender 1111116 smith Fnnniir New Ytrk TriliunoFitrmi Ono Year For Only li5No one should ba without n paper when hd on buy two of the best In the ountry fur olliilt mnner List of uncliilnied matter lid vltleecl by Daniel ft Hunt post mnitler at Jackson Ky February 10 th lOOt n d lent to the Dead Letter otiice at Vnih mglon 0 fur desk ending March Ith 104 Aikman Ilosana Benson William lilorins Srophcn Birch Arthiir21eUora llru soy Dr John Hack Kin inn- CallalftnMO Curtis Otto a Davis Jfuttio Doan OnlvinJHerald MarY K- McAcdson liJ v Murphy M 0 Myors C E Porter S W VI- lianor Alice Rogers Tobv Sexton John Smith Mack Wilson LonnI D llurat PM The best ilmysic Once tried and you will always tire OhnmbrrUIns itomuch amid Liver THbJels ssy leaaelThesiTablets n uio Fur eats by OilY BrosOo OFF TO IIAyr n6jiiNGO rYankee JIrIJbllrk d ut Cvlo Sail Uiuler ailed Oltir Coljn Fob 1C HurrljeU orders from Washington were received to embark a battalion of iqadneo on time Prairie A special train left Colon and returned with tho C50 marines who wcrocnoa J1liod at Das Obispo station on ttiq Panama railroad Tho Prairies boats wore kopt busy nil day Sunday epjbarklng the camp fit tings baggage stores etc and this tusk Is not yet finished Major Lucas will command the battalion and tho Iralrlo will sail at once with seated orders It has leaked out hero that the marines are destined for Bantu Domingo Only about 100 marines now remain at Has Obispo Lynching Averted Iloanoke Va Feb lSHonry WIl- lIams colored who was arrested at North Fork W Va Tuesday on sue plclon of having committed a mur deroufl assault and outrage on Mrs George L Shields and her 3yearold laughter In their home hero on Jan 30 mado a full confession of the crime Ho was placed on a special train and fushed through to Richmond under a heavy guard Tho train passed Roanoke at a speed of 40 miles an hour and Williams will be placed In the state penitentiary for sate keeping tho feeling being such that tho authorities aro satisfied It would be unwise to bring him hero at this tlme Proclaims Neutrality Washington Feb 12 President Rooaovelt Issued a proclamation de laming the neutrality of this govern sent In tho niUKOJapnnoBo war Tho preamble recites the fact that war ex- Ists between Russia and Japan ansi that tho United States la on terms of friendship witM both nations The laws of neutrality are then sot forth forbidding tho aiding or arming Book- Ing to ohllst or enlisting of any pot son to aid either of the belligerents or soliciting enlistments or aid while in tho United States to go beyond the limits of the United States to nudist etc Thtlae In stated In 11 sections covering amt phases of the queitloaTK t 1JI I xtmrnmnrmnnnTTTmrnTTmnminiiiiNj f L C ROARK IE LAWYER 3 E JAUKSON KENTUCKY Will practice In llreathitt end S Ding dlhi Counties 3B Mill UIW UU11111UUJJJJJJ1IJIU IIJJJJ 1111 WATOIIK8 KUOM IIOCi ir HO A FULL LIN OF ALT KINDS DK FI KST CLASS Jr UKLltY AND Sir VKIIWAUK 01 VF MB A CALL WI1KN IN JACKSON S D FCE KOR- JKIVKLKKANIHUMKJIAN THE BREAD MAKER hue mi fears of limo ruMiilt when ushmp Mansfields Flour LII white mind hits time natural taste mid flavor of the whet berry Make better whiter htjult ier brend thai you have beun nulng beciiuu U b milled from the heat client anti mllhd In llio right way on the best equipped roller Hour mill in Kentucky Let a 25lb sack of BUST IATKNT tJVMOUNTAIN LILLY talk lo you It will be moru convincing limn n barrel LpfSod Auk your grocer for It C HANSPIHM c SOX t ROSSLYN KY Mrs Fred Unnxlh President Conatrjr Clab Ilcnlaa Hnorbor Midi I Attu my first baby was born I did not Mem to rejaln my strength although the doctor me a tonic which he consld I I gcttingtierband bulikd that I take Wine of Cardur raW a week and tee what It would do for me I did lake the medicine and was vuy JlakruI to find my shcngth and health slowly I was out and is month I wu able to take up MIM I dutlu I am very cnthiul utlc In Ut praiu Wine of Canlui reinforces theorgans of generation for tho ordeal preg It prevents mil carriage No woman o ulneed fear the coming of her child If MM taken Wine of Cnrdf4lbef9N her came the not weakened as the waa Her rapid should commend thU remedy to every expectant mother Wise regulates the menstrual sow- OFwINE DILI yn 1I 1 1i e Dr Day Bros Co Have the most complete stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE1 tEver brought to Jac6son Consisting of Mci oods titt JJ QQftie1otfit9tI r lQtSt = JQ i t We have the Finest Line of SHOES in Eastern Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the Latest Style For the Ladies we haveTthe J mostI Fashionable Lot of Shoe money could buy I1illi ery Goods This Def artment is under the man agement off Mrs R J Fulkerson who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHI WABLEi- rl DRESS GOODS tall thitest Patterns foul wcavcS Fresh I fion1 tl1stern Marketsr1 f1 Furnishingsf I i r Wl at e he people you are looking f oAj we have it by car loads to suit i I every bodyrComean1 see us Our iniiiiitiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimitiMiiiiiiiiiiii iMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I Prices Are AH Right i 111111111111111111111 tI 111 011I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111UIIIIIIhi z Ii if t Daj S Bros fit 1 f 1t r oF j o A c ItC 11 m t-r i l fS Jy IW- e VrV Stock Reduction BA LJE 20 PER CENT OFF On nil Muns and Iluys iylyitoloht Suite Pnnta Overcoat IniU Imllo itnd lonU J I rot FURNISHING GOODA- ll tltav good will tMokJrrtuClle- elunt delAy KWi among tit lpt ton U H olioioe liven in this rttoltWO la ft COItlf11et8t LOW RRKDpThwwglioiit oar stockrx I k I I It 1 ours Fur rrIIt C KELMAN Jackson Kcntuek sIThe Brcathitt N 1uhllnlnMl livery IrltlnI ssasaasasSc5arAcPiTs2 iO HAPPENINGS OF her THE WEEK ID Ui1N AMI AROUND JACKSON n 152Surc ZSZr5s525wrZs2 Ifs Circulation inoro than IOUKTHHX llmulm coilo Are you a subcHlMr to Tin NowtT Eggs ere Milllnu nt 20 omits down A 8 Johnson line lime fur wit nl 145 per barrel s S Taulbeo relumed nun Frank tor1tdnee IRy John H Intrlck wi nt 111 Uslngtail Wednesday to accompflny JmlR B II Patrick liumn Kvuretl Back who IIIUI won vory sick fur limo pnt Ilx woke If very much Improved I will tiny cash fur Oommoiuvonltlii town and achool Oialmi A SJouxsOX i i Tho Jap seem to bo getting tlio hemtl II ot tlio scrap with Uniito On Monday iluv little Jais snnk eight td ealaforthehigHenJ appointed Po lice Judgoof Luu Oily Our mel itt p piled htm with mho nqulrwd legal flanks WASTBU To buy poplnr loge for vneqr wrkjlfl Inchos and up j any length will pay caliWJOHuon Norton Vn AT Staoy acciiinpanlid his staler Illlaw MlmMamU Mnhon to Win Chester last Wcdnosduy to souIe Brown Sim Is millarlng from hunrt trouble moor lineDont toll tua Clothing and Shoes A P CitAWKoun A Co For mho bunellt of thin resident of Jackson and suburban towns I have equipped a shop fur cleaning and pros sing clothes and will verve all U the best of my ability Uespectfully Star Prewar Tnr lion Came nllll liNU lll pleneel lrun A P Ciuwronnife Co Mrs Anna Tlpton anti fiimlly who imvn hind charge of llioAfllnRtiiUIIoto for tho gnat faw moiillifl hmvo thU week for their Imnio jiMt Stejllng MM Tlpton null famllylmvo been N1J ideate of Jackson for the past tjvq years and their departure U iHgreltml by a largo clrala of friends S 5J forwill hnvo ohargo bfitthu jitin prellent A r TI t 44 f h r flo I t j lane buiii ill f r- etmyrrnl a tsh- fr we Sn IUm V is wishing friends Mt S ling to wee far Mrs Mrso Un lmlnltIIUlt tit n r w tiny ago Thr re idenco Iflhllll Cope IInrr- olpfC1td Imlngdmtroyed by lire met TurulssMr A Uornlilok who line uttn let funcverul dye is able to boon dutyRainA 1 at s anal sadly have mnvrd iHki ilifii oulnKo u t main strott nu the river Jlr Ilmii Cili Mid brotlieMnUw u Tin Earls loft k U for Viinoohurg dui Saturday if Mr Klly Kiuh WiurnoJ Suturdny from IIlndninn trim ho had none on lliuridiy bcftri Dr John 4fndbe was called tu Loe Oily lo sin JMwarJ Tunlbeca bubo heel 01 hr wrsk f Qaorgi kart ant iffee Uosa llai t dill were IIMTI led atho hone of tho bride on Souili Fork t i tiny Hon M lv Murphy Itoadnmstur of O sine K whoso hendquarlors If t Frown wnelUtS9 busljiess Thurs ra hiezia Uutilbe iwlilIons been orltIcnhy ill ill cnn t out or danger The baby Is ftloliK well and grows real I 1 lure bred 1ekln DucBs Orniih Iodine U me chickens mil lIulll1IInro for rain by M A lljyitNH incks mil K- 11Blle V 1 DuilepChu ulna seen COI1JIJ ll tln11JuuudIeIn n few dnye 1101110 o roe N h work In the 14 E nUIUl lath Ill Iw 110 have rrruivetln 1I11J t yr Welmr WnSiim nltll iuit h j nil sites from 2a 1rIIIfnnll v to 3i inch L8 nllJl nollt1I tor 11uAIN J4tne n- r =MUs Siirih thick wft lute beep cull- log her iIM Mrs Kva Walters itt Clay filly cnnn up fliirday ami romiilnod nl her f Chars until ty when sho returned notinprovml y to day CI iA1li Ii hualth had 1V stow huvu n Irlull U nil IHU prepared to do all kinds o short notice If you neoil1nnpthfugln- our hue call and we Iarnnteo give satisfaction The Nowi will InrI provo ai tho weeks pass and It you are nut a subscriber como in and give ns your name Dont bd without yuur county paper It is n honw enterprlso and BhoiiM bu supported by every eltl zlInl 1 tho county Wheu Iri + town cull and see its ir t A l dr ii r P l hero ie tUti oTifdcmto oitiicaelet III town When In Ltixmjjtoi tiilmGhb IInrt tires ai Itued lintel Ltttlo Munrine aciT ltdburt Iclln I have rccovoiVd from meoiilea Guido May Tlujiima hUllu11I1I1 n severe cacti of niHiislfB hug oiitlroly ru cuviircd If you havu nay engraving to do tr MS UltICtlIlIr Miss Vnnta Oortloii nod Mr Nchol Dully wore the guuiits of Mica Mlilltll ICwun over Suiidnv- MUn MargiottIiaAkett nod M1 Anna Hiim oy mitt confined to their rooms with InOrlppv W W McUnlro went to llIrjtnn County Monday on legal business ro turning Tnofdaft Mr Wlllliim Btilloy line been conflii to his riMim fur aaxbral days with nil attack of plaiirlpy Mrs Hack I ho widow of thu lato Barn hack lies boon dnugiiroiMly III for lhe pact several dnys with fever Mrs Cordelia Clark whu line been vislifng the sick at her hither MAL 0 ilallcy has returned homo Tintnnmii luck n prominent yoiin merchant of tide placo hue been con lined1 for Kovora days with a sever attack of pneumonia Hon J 1C Patrick Tdturned Satur day from the Knst where ho vliltm Now York Plttuburg Washlngloi anti other clues Andy Turner aged nbjut 63 yiiari was Indued hi jell lust woek In defaul of p aoe Imml As fir as we have bout able to learn he line always been peneehhlnw abiding aitlzun this belni the Ant thou he hii over had n once III euiirt He U a very poor man and has II faimlv uf flee ehlldroii diptiiiltiit upoi him fur soppurl He peke his frit ndi Ui Commie slid bail him omit Will Jirfoph of flays Ky n Indof aUaut 18 genre oommittuil nilcida b1 sluiuifiighimstilf thniiigh lime bend 1m l Monday wliiln undttr limo Inlluenco of Inioxiftatliii liquor It scorns hu and anuthvr young man liy the mule mil NucUir hail vlillfJ n whisky shop run by Win It Baok in Muguhlii county just aeruM tho line ami whllo return lug hiiim hu stoppemlat a neighbors liiiiiMt and shut liiutself as slaloJ above- rhedrewmanl ii n sun ol Milton Joei epb uf nays taps btnvnro of whUliy ml pUUil they will bring death Iroublu mud ilritrurllon upon you Tin pnMttnt winter is without rare tell wllliln the mrniury uf the oldest rlispns uf this nfllloii Since thu twenlyflfth day of hut November we han had one oontiiiunus diiagruuabh elate of wither nod ilia pmmUei are now lair fur time aonllnnnnci of ninny1 more weeks While title is a fact it Is n Unble feoiiir uf the weather that Bare not hail 10 latish mud on till ttreoU and county hhihways as there wne lust winter It is not too lute yfet toe mud to npp arand if the gen Oftil thaw of Spring Is gn lingering and onnllnaus at the freezing the people ol Jurkcnn nre to he pitte- dlcohdntally Slant Mrs Inle Sprowl wee accldintnllj shntat Iter home In Ironton 0 Inet- weak by her husband who wan drunk the UIIIP Mrs Sprowl isja daugh ter of Squire Orpen llcnsley of Uoug sent lie and hlc son lid Henley who were called by telegram rititrned few days ego and reported that she was not futaly hurt- Sunnier Hanna Dead Senator M A llanna died at 040 oclock 11edneednyoroningat the fam fly apparitions In Iho Arlington Hor Usl nt Washington D C after an lllr mesa pxtioidlng over nearly two months Hied with uppercut recoveries follajVp d by relac mid resulting In tJ1110 over which was Ihe causo of hIli death Funeral services will be hlId ate Cleveland O tlis afernoon Friday 1 DD1NG RINGS hd I8h l ild In a Variety of dtlurnnd tveigit- aPe Set in bright sparkling diamond Perfect Doautlo3 t ittno yo t jte3 UP iVKDlilNti PRESENTS Sulk 0I3J1l1r pinto Out glass uioiiUiiilrinzQ Ornaments INEiNj z7E ll1 IE LER I EAT MAIN ST OplOSITE I lime I = lintel Iexinglon Ky- y j 4 lkr- I 1 Y Correspondence on if EVEU30LE We lied nrulet little wedding lot Hiurcdny at3 oclock Charley Oil Inhltnrthlspillco nod Miss Onto lieu Brynmit of Breathllt county WHO united In the holy bonds of wedlock The groom li tho youngest son or America Jnilahnn and Is a good nut the quiet citizen The bride Is n vcrj in bountiful daughter of George sat Sarah Bryiinfand Just 16 years old We anticipate a happy future for tit in newt married couple Burn To tho wife of d B Wilson of Cow Greek heat Monday nltht girl Wednesday night to orrll Louis if a flue boy Thillulldu rlhoynut hoardrunt Mr Clark tae moved life saw millI from Jew Creek to L 0 Roses Mr Bowman of Indiana was here met week buying loglgnvorrhdy who has logs to run are vary busy ratting IhemMIWo regret that one of Rubl Callahan twins died Saturday and wn burled Sunday They have our deepest sympathy 0110 Willluin Napier of Mill Branch Lee jaunty hut bought out Ezekiel 8polIU cor on Miadow Creok Price paid jOO and A MUliflfd customer In the boat ndIverlUemenl Our customers 1111 ertuUso us I A P OnAwronn Co IIERALI Weddings are all The go lore now Ii F Herald is on Hit sick list two Harlnn Griffith and wife of Turkey reek vliliel till of II Herald alurJny and SundllYhiHichard Ileinld thoyoungson of It II lIornldls attending school at JnckeJii nn onO It Callahan visited his best girl ntIh herald SUlltlDYncMrs W M Terry vli Ued item parents tho aturdny Miss Addle llernld who has been Is lulling her ulster at Terry returned omoPnlurday J E Moody of Onkdulo visited U li turned Sunday Miss Emily Herald the beautiful rUling dniighler of II Herald visited her sister Mrs W M Terry Monday Klchard Herald visited his girlat or boulder Hlndo Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary Lews viiiled Miss Emily ernld Saturlay Hello War Creek Wake up nnd lot us hoar fruit you y Price Terry vlsitid at llownrd Sun tlnyIIt everybody subscribe for the NlIws It 14 n fine pnlmer See S1 Fleenor for nil kinds of llrst lassJewelry Special atlontlonKivnii to nil kinds of watch clock and jewelry r palrlng s 11 1j J Sr TOItRENTof r The Eastern Ky Stave Ois factor nt tldgowood Junction shut down until tiring last Saturday Fifteen men frown out of employment Mr William Jone left hera forlils ome In Salt Lick last Satiirdsy Ho wu n itave Jointer in the stave plant RCcntly shut Juwn at this place Mr anti Mrs Ed Myers nnd Mr and Ire Lenard Barnes of the Junction Font to Snit Lick Monday to be pro tit ni tho wedding of Mr Franklin JiinjeVof Winchester end Miss LI1y I il or Salt Lick J- Jom Bushong snporlntendnnt of- ientnve factory nt the Junction was In Winchester last Tuesday JI A J Adams of Xaeliarlnh Inl the slok nt Rldgewood Junction f Tlledlly i 11 II Spenccrmado a flying trip to mnbnrd station last Monday J M Sullivan of LexingtOii paid n iciness visit hate last Saturday A M Stiles nf flldgewood was In Winchester last Monday W A Jones of Rldgewood Junction tlondfd court nt Beattyvillo Lee witty list Wednesday Miss Ella Proctor thin Junsllon Ichool teacher lies critically ill at tlio isidence of Mr Coo Martin Edward Adams is perioiitly III nt tile hOlne of KJC Spencer Measles settled u Ills lungs and pneumonin lerorro- clted Mr John Junes nld n b islnes trip- l Utdgewood lnst iucdny t Mr William DoujjiiUry vhu has teem Cor n week past firing on the It It Jc B S throw up his Job Inst Wodrenlay nnd turned lo life home in Salt Lick Charles Bush tho 17 year old son of leldon Bush who llvcsnear here died inll Wednesday morning from tln toots of n hemorrhage of the lungs UIIIIR Mr Biish cuntrncttul n deep cold iBl spring while warking in rain and Igh waters He never recovered frmi tho cold and it quickly developed Inu consutpption attended by hem rrago of the lungs He was not con Idnred dangerously III nt tho time of oath Ho died within five minutes florft sovre attack of homorrngo Ho rns burled In the Bush grnveynrd near hero on the afternoon of last Thursday Cats tho 3 year old eon ot Cites uulkner Is dangerously ill of pnoumo- Wllllam BuIi Jr of Ridgewood unction was In Bealtyvtllo last fuel dn and ednesday J hlel of Winchester was in UdgWood Junction last Tuesday u- r F 1 Alex Bush of 5nchnrlah conductor tne It R It B S It It was serlotlsl not fatally hurt while coupling ca last Thursday Bush wax HniuUng0 tho Inside of n stilt curve Mad when lt stopped between thin cars to adjust lilt couplings the cornets of the cars con together on lush with crushing form Eighteen months ago Richard Rlgg raw working fur the Kentucky Lumber ulIII Veneering Co of Brenthlt county was noting as conductor Oil R It and B S and was badly hur very much the tTte snme way ns BuIi Read AP Crawford Cue nil title issue Try them COW CREEK Mr Elliott lurn3r met with n tor loss one night last week trle got In his meat house and carried two middling of his meat timer them be till thor oat meta meat am ha killed limo dogs Mr and Mm Ire Noble visited tho home of Muses Mclntosh Sunday Mr and Mrs Wenloy Stamper were of Mr and Mrs Jjinea Maze hat evening Mr Will Kill has Just returned from County where ho has beet iflorhlsllllloboy Mr Elliott and Tom Turner have been buying hogs I think they bought head The little daughter of llenrr Sebas jumped uQn mule last Thursday broke her leg Carter cuts your hair in time most up ditto style NOTICE We have been engaged for the post years in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky buying and taking up mineral nd timber lands for Eastern capital We have at this time completed larger portion of our work and we to my to the people of Hrealhltt adjoining counties that wo are ow ready to take up all our cases in Judicial District which lies been egtectedon account of our work In coat fields You will find one or- till of us in cur ofllce In the Old liar Building during all busineaj hours Yours vnry truly T T Corn W N Core Coral nil Timber JM nil Wanlil Wanted ona hundred thousand cores Ciial and timber lands In Eastern lentiicky fur GASH fur Eastern Onpl illits Write to 0 E SMITH Loxiiigon Ky Its Up off Vamps Tendency ol the TimesI tendency of award preventive measures Tho best limight of tho world Is being given to ho It Is easier and better to revert than to cure It tuna been imonstratcd that pneumonia one of meet Unngeous diseases that medical non IIIITO contended with oar bo pro ented by the use of Chamberlains Jough Remedy Pneumonia always eultB from a cold or from an 1 Influenza grip it has been observed hat this counteracts any endcncy of theo diseases toward lenmonla This lies been fully prov tn In runny thousands of cases In which his remedy has bent used during the revaleneo of colds and grip In recent icon 1W111cnnJo relied upon with Im illclt confidence Pneumonia often emills front n slight cold when no langer is apprehended until it la sod lenly discoyred that thero IB fever md tln lty in breathing and pains lit the chest then Hi announced tlutt die patient line pneumonin lie on the side and take Chamberlains Sough RkIurjly as soon as thin cold Is ontrncted It always cures For sale hy Day lire Cov onr And Ihotorniatlons In which It Is found Send 25 eta for tho Oil Prospectors Guldo + Y H FAUUCNKR 464 Fnlrfleld Iowa If youihaVo any houses or loll or nnda ye wanttto WJ sell Hit them with 4 J j Wr t A 1 7fJ NOTICE All who are indebted to time tIS tote of J B Mnrciun will plcn o call and pay mho same nt onco AfuaJ ll MAUOUM Anstx a John Dean Stone Mason III Foundations Ij I Stones Pillars The lunllfnl service will bo held In time new auditorium of the Bnptl Church Sunday morning at 11 oclock Rev It L Baker preach and lhe Lords Supper will bo observed The scratch of n pin may cause lhe loss of n limb or oven death when blaa poisoning results from the Injury All danger of this may bo avoided how over by promptly applying Clinic berlain rain Hulm It Is an Antiseptic Dad quick healing Ilmmant to r cuts bruises and burns For sale b v Day Bros Co Mrs Polly mpbelllies boon granter I 0 pension of f 12 per month as the de pendent mothor ot Benjamin Campbell who died Inthe Phllliplnos When you feel blue and that every ping goes wrung take a dose of Olson jerlnuts Stomach mid Liver Tablets will cleanse anti Invigorate you Uimnch regulate your bowels glvi rOil a relish for your food and niiik 0- rOil feel that in this 011 world Is a tool price to live For sale by Diy 5ros Co Rev J Rnndall Farris of the chrls Inn church of Lexington will preach nt thu Methodist Church next Sunday at 230 P M and also Sunday night If jouwnnt your groceries carried tour kltalicnIhone 38 Wllltntn Mullins who was sick tin first of tho wo tt is so far recovered as t bo nblu to reoume his studies at time allege U Kolman is paying the highest inrket price for beef hides and furs Robert Thacketl of Slanton line ac opted a poslilui with Curter the larber A To you No Cut in it Courtneys Shoes 2Ion SALE IV- APCRAWFORDCC Tho subject attack remedy safe linginsBotvlingr will they FKOPESSIOXAL CARDS J Wise IIA INS 0 X BOWUNO IIAGINS I BOWLING- ATTOIlNEYSArLAW OOIce over PoslOfflce JACKSON KENTCOKT trAil business intrusted to them will iccelvo prompt and careful attention 11 0 rILA WYEnI tn JACKSON JE RAILROAD TABLES Ii Lexington Eastern R LOOAL TIME TABLE Effective October 17 1003iEast Bound No IuSunday yt a lo Rx Sunday Lv Lexington 225 Clay Winchester City Stanton 400 Natural Bridge 435 Torrent 440 AMDilly Beattyvllle Jun 511 OKJunc 011 Ar Jackson ulG West hound InlIyht lz j Ar Lexington 1010 005 Winchester 023 520 Clay City 887 480 Stanton 828 480 NaturAl Bridge 801 401 Torrent 747 847 Henttyvllle Jun 720 828 0 AK runcttou 020 280 Jackson 025 225 Nos 3 and 4 make closu connectlo for Gunnel Oily nifd points on Ohio Kentucky Ilnlhvay Division dally or cent Sunday Nos 1 Iud 2 connect at L E Juno lion with Chesapeake Ohio forjMt SlerliiiB and local points Nos 1 and 2 connect at Beatty vlllo Junction with L A for Ueottv vlllo dally except Sunday J It BAIIR aenMRr M On AS SCOTT O PAr i O tY 0 il t EfTectlve September llOO2 S L mast Bound West 13ourndt C i STATIONS Ao All tar AU Alt LV ill LV 030 235 Jackson 1120 380 025 2300KJunc1126 335 843 158 Wilhurst 1152 417 630 152 Hampton 1158 430 750 l28 Leo Oily 1222 510 741 Helechawa 1228 618 715 105 Cannel City 1245 545 Ast4FM iv PM AB rw A- BWestbourd Passenger Train connects eta 1C Junction with train which leaves Lexington at 740 am f Eastbound Possnnger Train connects at U K Junction with train which arrives ai Winchester 620 and Lex tngU natO05 praM CONLRT Supt r1JLUE a11t1SamItACTION CO I r 2C cprgctovn CompanyI81n0 Lexington for Paris every hour from Oam to 7 pm end atO pih Loavo Paris every hour from 7 a nL to 8 p in and at 10 p in Single iaro40cenU reav Iextngton forGeorgelown ovw cry hour from 7 a m to 1 p m except J lluo m 1 p m 8 p m and lOVpim Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 akin to 10111 except 10 a m 12 m Ij sad 7l1ntl 0 m Y ALEXANDER President I x j r THE HAZARD N 1BAPTIST INSTITUTE shill ope- nJANUARY 4 1OO4 We liopo to have our now building rencly by this time It will bo an elegant building consisting of fivo well lurn TOOIH fWp Imlla mid an oflico Tho faculty wjll consist of Five First Glass Teachers 1Special attention will bo given to the pronri ntion teachers for their noblo work while other doparttnonts will not bo neglected yond the Common School Branches fpK lowing subjects willbotmighlv Mathoniat jell to and including first litrt English nr to Logic General History of American Politics Physical G ogrnphvlrornl Science Etc Tuition For Month FrontS1 to 52 Board Including Fuel Lights Etc17u to 52 3 For further particulars call on or address A S PETREYon EF DAVIS HAZARD KENTUCKY llf Ia 1I i I 3Io It 3 i rfft J 9 ot n- L i rdM- x Dally 310 860 V sunday DM K 122 Bo I 1 0 II9O4FEBRUARY 1904 i SuMoTuWeThFrSa 11234567 8 9 1011213- I 4151617181920 2222324252621 2829 u PLANT pROTECTORS lrrlp Vne Slilf lllntt Karlx lItIrnii I rnd IVIniU anti Bug Got your plant protectors ready for there will bo little lime to do BO later on T Grelner gives designs and dcw KorlpHons In Farm and Fireside for some tiwiil homemade devices for pro tecting early plants from frost and cold winds nnd from bugs First Is tbe Dimple box frame a box without top or bottom gay a toot Rqiiatv nnrt four to six Inches high A I3X WITH MUSLIN TOV MUSLIN COVER I WITH EXD nOAItUS p square piece of cloth or netting may be tacked over the top A similar device is mode of stiff paper wltb a piece of cheesecloth sowed or pasted right over r n miuarc opening cut Into the top the pldcsjbclngjield down by pieces of wire bent In double pin shape Kor another I device n t Iece of netting may he tacked in twotmd lioards each end board be lug jirajrldcd with a small sharpened Ptatd hItl on the outside whlrb vlenthid Into the ground will hold the amHK nrds In pace with the cloth t ptrc tvit tightly between them over Ihc Keu n large piece of cloth 9tieVIitfnnd n few Btlcks will do the itiTinthi We can tuke some tlleccg lit I4tflltw twigs or other pllabh wood and m1tt n couple of them crosswise Into V i1 I Ir ntn IInw w1 111 WILIOW TWIliS AU the top otPI11I or a single plaUt nnd place fti1 piece of oth over this fram holding the edi es down by bank Ing u little Mil up over them or nIrnoTdIpush One or more little sticks slantingly Into the ground and over the plant or plants zulu cover with netting or tho notllnj Jiiay be simply placed over the plants In louse fp1dsv Cheese cloth may bo considered preferable to ordinary uinsiinllo netting Tbo latter Is rather coatve and woiilljjjot proveuu IciTeelive barrier to thrlieialttL otlfer small Insects that mIght do xluuiage All tlieso devices are and per I v hrtps ns cffectlvo as any llliiro elaborate p or more costly oiis FARMERS INSTITUTES sonirJIflN The Are ArcouiplUU IogzTtse luilriioiidrnl Iimtllulr The demand for farmers Institutes is genuine when local communities nrcr I willing to pay all expenses In COB the slate Is unable lo grunt their requests eiiys Alvn Ageo In National Stockman I in the first week of January I attended two such meetings In Indiana while on my way to Minnesota Tbf first one wet at Cartilage anti It has JIOt beet my privilege to be preseht at a inore 1 enthusiastIc meetliiB1 where iul Reason There Is n sufficient numWof the Friends nt Carthage torefiiiud one cousin ully of towns in Chester county Ja Kvldeuces of prosperity ire on ev cIr baud The last few years have been exceptionally profitable ones In I the corn belt till the farmers are very- glatltij1 they rchncattlt PIttnfltI At tlHT Instltnlo TVC nan Mr H F McMahan and Mra Virginia Meredith two veteran Institute Instructors of the stale Mr McMalmn probably knowi ns touch about corn as Is known nm that means a great deal It lias been a revelation to me to learn bow thoroughly these breeders of corn have studied and developed this grain They arc after an car of cornthnt Is so form cd that It contains a high percentage of grain that is rich in protein high In vltnllly and very prolific That meaiii deep wedge shaped thick grains with I big lenn9 nil placed on a cob that holds Its thickness to the tip and that Is covered with grain to the very tip There are states farther cast whose corn growcn would bo pleased amid profited by the Information Mr McMn ban ban about our great American ce realMrs Meredith Is a former and n breeder of Shorthorn cattle whoso rep illation extends over many states Bin has been successful because she has ability and a love for her work From her example we do not Infer that worn en should or should not turn to farm management for a livelihood All de 11 lIds upon the Individual We do learn however that It an indIvidual has ability and natural Inclination that person may win In practical farming whether man or woman Time other Independent Institute was at Plttsboro Ind In time corn belt where hogs have been adding to tin wealth of the people Many ladles at tended the meeting omit tho Institute committee arranged early In the sea I son to secure Mrs J W Bates ono ol- I the well known Indiana workers to discuss topics of special Interest to housekeepers Time Interest of the peo pie In all subjects on the programme was of the sort that should cause nfl pcakcr todo their best work GETTING IN THE WALNUTS An railuilrr That Cloiri Cullfornl Country School Till first English walnut orchard In California was planted with seed from the Los Angeles mission gardens where the padres bud started u few trees with nuts brought with theta from Spain Time undertaking was a success from the first and the acreage of walnuts has steadily Increased The walnut trees early age of bearing Its long life I and the steady demand for Its product I tend to make the enterprise deservedly popular The walnut tree begins to bear when six or seven years old and nothing Is known definitely of Its age limit of i bearing Fabulous stories are told of I trees In Spain ono or two centuries old bearing enormous crops The oldest trees In California nre still bearing but deductions from the short history already made show that the tree Is In Its prime from Its twenty lItthi to Its thir tieth year Fifteen hundred pounds of nuts to the acre Is a good average yield I wakIng seventyfive pounds the average weight from one tree The harvest time begins about the 1 talddle of September anti lasts nearly six weeks The nuts begin to fall with Uhe leaves and the perfect cultivation tinder the trees leaves no chance for tbeiatp lost themselves among clods orwella Tho brown dead leaves alone hldi the nuts Under normal lOn dltlons they drop tree from the outer husk or bull through its Irregular bursting and getting the nuts picked up is a simple matter Sometimes the tre s are well Irrigated just before bar vest tIme to insure the clean dropping of the nuts JJoys phd girls men and women Jap obese and Chinese are all pressed Into service and on bands and knees the trent orchards are gone over not once hilt several times on account of the ir regular ripening of the nuts The trees are occasionally shaken during the sea son to loosen the nuts and before the last gleaning they are poled to start the very tardy ones This Is done by long coarse bamboo poles whoso light- weIGht makes them easily handled In certain rural districts the public schools close regularly for a walnut vacation The help of the children Is needed and the children Lire nothing loath to replenish their diminished purses Palls cans and gunuysocks are scattered among tbe pickers ryid when the bags are full they are carried to the drying grounds where they lire I epreud out on slat trays todryltl vltjw of Itevlews- S Winter Feeding fThe only change between summer nnd winter feeding for fowls should be that which Is unavoidable except that more corn may be given In winter than summer Green feed nnd meat scraps can be made to take the place of grass and Insects which abound In surauior Generally make the winter feed iw much like that of summer as Is possible wltb the exception of then 5HSESH5HSHS2EHSHS SaSHSS J SAMUEL HEAD Inl1aahltrInonA AnQni ut W w S aflt bJ S fl flJ A Caijj vLU31 i JASKSON DEO8ITBANKnJ SacksonKentuckyIi 1500000 I 1iJI ItS r I I 1 05Q 00WLi iiolmeittho Banking Business and ccClunts ofS wl Int vTiniUor Donlolsr i f Merchants lr r Farmers W lliroiiglioiit E WJoutuekyBud offer our Oulomora 7 l 1 r mostS I i tilBERAL TERMS c pJWJJAp tlio JimiiiB of legitimato d businoas m 1IflI OQLLEOTIONS A SPECIALTY J V jps I r f 4 S J IIIe- ak THE SUNDAY SCIIOOI LESSON VIII pfRST QUARTER INTERNATIONAL SERIES FED 21 Trxl nt thnLCR iin Ulnll lit iiiateiuorjr Vrri r IIS OnlJiii Toxl Mull ill IS Coiiiiiiciitur lirinrc lif Htv nO M Nlinrnii- Copjtljll 11M3 bjr Amftloan Irrw Anodalloa I After the huiillni of the paralytic wlio canto down though the opcnln la the roof tilt order of events scents to have biin the cull of Matthew nllli the feast clreii by him In IsIs own house then a visit to Jerusalem timid the healing nml discourse nt Hetliewl Joint vl Vu rvcontly had the rtcon fit n Sabbath day at Ciiperiifluin the healing at Uothesila was on a Mabbntl Iny anti now the cornllcld luculent and the hciillng of the wllbond bam In todays lesson are both Sabbath day events Note also tho healing of till blind man lu John Ix Why all these Sabbath day Joins when they BO stlrrwl nut nnjfired the Jews Probably for the Fame reason that llczoklnh destroyed this bruxoi Berpont which Moses html made Tin chlldriii of Israel Hindu mi Idol of It timid liurniil Inecnsn to It When tin I onl Joan wan on earth the Sabbatl tIny was II luwlsh Idol they worships It ratbor tlrnii Jehovah stud the Ion of the Babbath wna sivUlns to draw tiiem to Himself Ur Vi tlloll says that the Hiihbatl watt the Jewish iinlloiuil hug nnd that by It they claimed u ikciillur rclutlm to God ns their Creator Iledoemur nm rout They were thinking of theIr na tionnl honor rather titan time honor ot their God nnd ills word Tbo issue ot contention on thU oernolon was that passing through cornflelda on the Sub bath tiny Ills illsolpks hall pluckw nnd eaten cars of iorn Tho Iliarlsoo paid It was not luwffll to do so Tin Lord Jesus JiistlDcd UN illseliles or four grounds the example of David the law of Moses tin testimony of tin Spirit through tln prophets I los vI 0 MIc vl OS timid Ills own authority as Son of Min- tProfessing to honor the Sabbath they hail no Sablmth stillness In their souls but full of evil imrnows they o theIr own ways llnd theIr own desires nnd s eai words out of their own hearts Contrast Isn Ivlll 13 Thoy did not understand the slKiilllonnce of either the Sabbath or sacrlllco hence our Lord said Go ye nnd learn what that lupanotb I will have merry nnd not sacrIfice compare verso 7 nnd chnptei Ix 1m The dcslKH of both Snbbath anti sacrifice Is not that men should door bring foinetlilnj meritorious to God to win Ills favor Limit that God mlghl show favor tutu blessing lo ns God desires to give to us as sinners Ills mercy nnd compassion Tho very first sacrifice on record Gen III Ml sets forth God giving to helpless sinners redemption clothing they bavlng nothing to bring Him hilt their naked xliiful helpless selves The first Sabbath sts before us umn In the Image of God resting In antI en Joying the works of Gud with which he hud nothing whatever to do but to accept and gratefully enjoy These Pharisees were mipiwscd to be well versed In tlm Scrlptnns hut our Lord bad to say to 110111 have yo tint read have yi not read If ye mel known verses 3li 7i And lIe Is Maying that same still for mere nillglmisnpijj Is al ways Ignorant of time Scriptures The second Incident of our leison Is the lien I lug of n mini with n wHIunil hand In a synagogue till scrliLM and Pharisees watching Him tlmt they might accuse Him Ho ivferml them to till law which taught that they were to help creatures not lliulr own If they saw them In trouble teut nil 4 Ho also reminded thrill that a man was better than a sheep timid nssjiivd them that It was lawful to do well on the Sabbath tiny lie being Iml fcvcn of time Sabbath day verses II 12 8 Then Ho healed the man and the Pharisees became so enraged that they went out and held a council against Him how they might destroy Him verso 14 The Impotence of tIm man was very suggestive of the spiritual condition of the nation but bo knew Isle condition amid they did tint They wero blind nnd deaf antI lame and pal sied and leprous and thought that nothing ailed them limit that on the contrary they were till only righteous nation on earth They wero really ns helpless as this helpless iiiiin and lie Lord was as ready lo help them as him but they would take nothing front such as they considered Him to be and why should they for In their own estimation they hUll everything and needed iilblng Rev Ill 17 describes them as It also does multitudes today In reference to His saying about n sheep Bumf 0110 hns well said that lIe did not say we n sheds hilt him u sheep The point U that of owner ship Ho owned them they were Ills sheep at least professedly and He Dwned the rlnnbalh day which He hind given to man for mans IxMietll but whllo lIe could control Hand gnvo ape cIaI blessing In It they would not let Him control them 1Iity persisted III going astray tea till 01 Sjllaln9from this time on Ho will nut yui break these bruised roods hut the II will cowl verse 20 llcncrfnrth Hi taitght time multitude only In niriblea that seeing they might not ice awl hearing thy might not uiulerstund Luke vlll 10 Molt xlll 13 Hi They Imd bliiBpluuicHl ono who was greater than Jonah greater than Solomon greater than the temple and tIme pen plo of Nlnereli nnd the iuecn of Shcbi ivould rIse up against them jy mPg went nod condemn them versesi e12 39 12 They had violently tunic igalnst Him nnd Ills kingdom and now their house Is to tu dosolnte till He shall como again Matt xxlll 17391 n n A liargahtt fill Sonui Ono A nice small Farm in lie ciiiniy for 4ale Ihe iitrkln Stamper filnco on hielmead fir hear Oreik Nice dwelling id storehouse cribs and bent never ailing water well fenced Price rea lonablo and teEnisensy For partteu Iqrul1ply to SAM JET Winchciler Ky DIntn jiur lmlIIcrl tTKe NewrYork Tribune Farmer I p s 7 1 c ir POULTRY FOR MARKET gonir 5sigctiinm on Kllllnffi HrPM tug nn l 1nrUlnHT ClilcUrnn All fowls should he tasted from wen tyfonr In thirtyMix hours before kin lug Where this Is not done limit tvvd dciviiiM si M III till crop tutu Intestines the ivsult beiiiB that the tltsli litetittes tainted and does not keep well Theiv are two methods of klllhij that aw iisldered proper One Is to kill by hlecdliiK which Is aifompllsh ed by makliiK n deep Incision with n sharp knife In the roof of tbo inoutl Immediately below the eyes Ihls method Is considered tv bo time belle olio III the eastern states and also III Koine Punts of Canada The otbei method Is to kill the birth by wringing or pulllni the neck This Is done bj taking the chicken In the hand stretch IIIK the neck holdhiK the crown of the head III the palm of the baud nnd KV IKII n tjtilck turn bakwnrd and nt tin Mine tlmo a steady pull This mot hot Is favored by the exporter of dressy fowls mid Is much cleaner than bleed lug the fowls It Is claimed by the x ix rtors that the tlesh will keep longer nnd will not IHJ so dry ns where tin blabs ore bled I prefer the lattei method After the blnl is kllUM pluckIng should liegimi nt once Care should betaken to keep the head downward to allow till blood to collect In tIme neck Where the birds mire allowed to become cool before livIng plucked It Is hunt to avoid tearIng the skin and time pluck lui Is more tedious Tho birds sliuuli U plucked clean with the exception ol about two Inches of feathers mljolnltu time head Many good chickens are spolhtl Ity IHIIIK packed before they art thoroUgh ly coolctl Care should bo taken that nil tin animal heat Is out of the body before the fowls are packed We ul ways cool the birds at least twelve hours before packliiK them the chickens mire packed III boxes Tho box Is lined with parchment ta per and If time chickens art to IK ship ptnl n long distance each bird III wrap IHH In pajwr This prevents the chick ens from bruising each other and til the name time to a considerable extent checks decomi osltlon Do not use ordt nary wmpphiK paper ns It draw dampness and will cause the chickens to become clammy which makes them more or less unsalable- Tbero lire several kinds of boxes useil In Hblpplni poultry Nearly every ex porter has his own shape of box and Ills own method of packing For ship plug locally we Use n box three feet I long twelve Inches wide and twelve Inches del The box will hold thirty six tour and onehalf pound chickens Tbe boxes nre mantle stroni so that wo cnn have time dealer return them to be- vethiteul Do not use cedar lu time Oil struction of time boxes ns III some cases It taints time thesis Ilasswood or spruce answers wellW H Graham in Chi cago Tribune DixIurlnir Poultry The average iraultrymaii should IHJ very careful of the medlctiw with which bo doses his tlmkwnH sometimes time medicine is ns tad us tbo disease svnslbly advises lirlcc Huynes lu Poul try Success The cheapest nnd best niedlclnu we have l een able to get Is inllimrj plastering lime It sells for fl a barrel In our town amid a little goes a long way and does tots of good whIle It Is going I have not bad any cholera on my place for six years and I attribute the general good health of ny fowls to the liberal use of lime Some of the good uses I have tumid for It mire as follows When I see signs of solIcit feathers I throw a little hate In their drinking water It seems to be a good regulu orIt Is a good disinfectant and after leaning the dropping board throw n taiidful down It Is wonderful how line will kill all bud odors ITsellme lujxed In the dust box Time lice wont lout around there much I lotlco they wont take many steps In the Hum until their relations send for lit undertaker When one of your liens gels ready to take the regulation three weeks lay tIllriroiind outbuildings will dry up tut wet ijlzmee When tuirImcnm1 tire laying soft shell eggs thrdwTlme where can get It I have seen llmewiiter stop a threat ned comma of xholora Ju gotkl simile- CnisspIiorFO y Be1Iroiib1e nmphorlutfid water will correct bowel troublcSiryfiung chicks It Is tulsa gootlr tjcbldgor troubles of Ilki latnre In f6wlaor chicks When need Nt takesZ1e gum camphor nnd small tones and tie them In a cloth and drop theta In time water vessel from which 1110 fowls or chicks drink Tho stones illl make It sink time cloth will keep It clean and the water will dissolve iioughof the camphor for the needed ciieUt Never use It except when ceded Country Gentleman lllab Uuotu nnd IlamlIe Foot High roosts cause bumble foot Whllo1 It Is natural for all hens to roost high It Is only when the grass covered round hint hand that tho bird Is safe from danger oflnjtiry to the feet In immost cases six Inches above time drop- pIng board Is right If the dropping board has a raised edge a bird can st p- from one to the other nnd then easily hit the floorVTlie board Itself should be Ish enough to allow an egg box under orllth Shut Out tIe Mules Tbero Is nothing on earth more use lells than a male bird In n flock out of I1I1 broedlng season Eggs trout liens Ihntnre not mated with mules keep lunger lii good condition thou those trolll mated liens timid hens without mates lay more PUgs than matitl ones Shut the males up by themselves Mlonal illuirafed ngrtcnllural fepl- Iy of twenty large psgea hai no super IlIr asn thoroughly prncllcal and help riml piiblfcnljtin for the former nnJ IW- pry mnttnber his fniullyand tue pub hers are dciernilued to give It a cIr- culation uncnusllpd ly nny Diaper sir lift clus In tliH United Stales KuowltiK ShIlL evrry cnterprMng irincrs alway reads lilt own lo weekly nsv paler Flit New tt rlbune Fnrmur hiss mile nn e igly liberal Arrangement wlilnh blei til to offer the two at o- 9WprJcQ Jh t no firmer can tford h jis i Illl PITHY ITEMS OF NEWS ATOMS OF INFORMATION ABOUT PER GONG AND THINGS Current Kvrnln nf thin Vrrlc SyRtrin ntlrnlty Collrctiil Kriiin lny lo Diiy lit I tin Dried Iorm and Itrtrrvnl Kor Thin Idlninii TlKUAY The senate will voju on tho Panama canal treaty Fob 23 Tbo Intense cold IH oald to Imvo ruined tho northern Ohio fruit trop Unable to meet maturing demand the Gallon National bank Gallon 0 was closed Three men working on him oornlcj of a 13Btory building In New York thy fell amid wero mushed to n pulp At Youngstown 0 Hannah lilies plo six daughter of James Glltcsplo was burned to death by her clothing Igniting from n grate Itlchnrd P Post was appointed ro mltlrllIoIlost 700000 by renion of the tiro aim It hail assets of only 000000- Uoprescntatlvo Shafrolh from nun ver Cole district voluntarily rolln quIahcHl hIs sent In tIme ImuHO nt tho convening or that bady to tho context ant for hula seat Itoburt W tlonylnso lie said ho did not want a position tainted with fraud JIOXDAY Tho First National hank of Mat thews Ind was closod by rosoliitlon of tho board of directors Second Lieutenant Paul Goltuie has arrived from tho Ihlllpplnoa to serve Otto year In envunworth prison fur embozzlemont William J Letup presltloiH of Vie Lemp throwing couitpamty Of SfTllfi connnlttod sillcldo by shooting him self through tIme bond W IJ ScbnolJir of Hnuilllnn O while croslng tho lialtlmoro nut Ohio tracks at Itand lull wits Hmek by a train anti Instantly klllwl Michael and Poter Canny both unmarried and aged 21 nail 22 years were Instantly killed by it fall of slate In the Salem Iron companys coal mine near Lisbon O Itobbers dynamited tho safe of the State batik nt Mnrtlnshurg Nes but failed to roach tho Inner compart ment They woio nttaoltod by cltU ns and about 200 stints were oxchannmi SATtlMlAV War In the far east liaR already af fected tbo silk market Charles Knigor was haitfwl at GretiiBburg Pa Ho confenod n num ber of murders It Is rumored that Prineam Kllftv beth Branddaughter of linin rot Francis Joseph committal milrido Ono woman lost liw life and four others wore Injured In a Ore that de Btroyod an apart mont boiiiw li Kansjtt City Mo- Measures Imvo boon taken by tiNt Amalgamated Mont Cultpw umoolti lion to stop tho employment lit women In New YOlk hulclier shopa Tho proKld nt decllnMl this ioutsit of tho Maryland IwrUlntnro that foul eral troops bi sent for duty In tho burned district of Ualtlmoro KIJIDAY Pope Plus mitt a tmtseSta of sympathy to flrostrlckan city of Haiti moreJoseph Hoover aged 2 was crumnt ed alive at Tress near NUM O Tko mother was badly burned Kmporor William paid n lilRb ertin pllment to UnIted States by dining with tho American itmbaModand to Germany and Italy nt Dcrlln C M Kckelberry Indicted for coun terfeiting pleaded guilty nt Cnmi bridge 0 and was lined 2600 anti sentenced to ono year In tho punlteu llnry Frank S Nexvfon for over 20 years an employe of the hlnmonilsintcb company Akron 0 has boon arrest ed charged wlthlho ombozzlumont of between 12000 awl flCOOO- Ar Syracuse N Y time American Exclianga National hank WUH ohiftod by tiie hatlonal bank oxamlnur The Dank hail A paidup capital of 100 DUO According to a recent Btntomont thp tbank owed depositors 600000 S UAY A1llroUR lDOlI tlreitms Tdleio 0 fiemi iportlons ntq already Inun datetlw Thii illnltcd States will uso force to bring peacu tpwarrlng factions In SauDomlnso War In tho farcast has tloprbjitet1- stpcks null nimiseil iirlco ot ccraI it- ttJa1ttS4s THO Red Crbsa ROCk lets asked for donations orV rclffljork In Jan noeseltusHlan Mrs AguoM Mcjattfrt iIJY Marietta 0 died frombllrne Her cjulhlng caught fire frofeTa ralO Charles 1 t rt14a 1fumtjimmeimiyhemtt- ior says uIehga- tli4jJ4 lonal larcrol1 1 clqyotor JiJQllf 1 ernphls T to- b mI fire Ixrfs 0OOl VKOXKSDAV f Four hundred members ot I t Jniploybfl union orlton utrlkc Upton lfock yards ChIcago i it The United tt uI1hahnmIior1lJ- eotisuisuvlhi noihtmr lImo Iutmtu ot Japan In liuIti during thoa Senator Carnlack wado bltteh rttv tack on Iliilstor HiiriauVarllWn speaking on this panaiMa qiieatloh Sovdnteon memboni Me tko plnl c 1RtabularfetaU II a1 Illdeserted nail zkkithi them ro IiOOO roumlH of tminisitiltiou imd 700 No tracehns beotVjotindof llurglar Jim Anayrann awl tlovgo Ilankln- onvcts who hav myHterloHsly die pptiaroJ trointl JttlJ ltentlaryf to lone tho ipiriiiilly if flan imree ot flits Cr T Jhune- hrJIIlr lit i00 n IIt iplJrlllhlit C Jlltl IJlll1l11ni1t s1CieJf JI r i ji n Kjr l Send jour imiUB rW f iMk1WffVV t- Yoik TribuneFurnieiV Wt YiW City e JJet en I Subscribe fof Itjper yeMrI i 1 tm1 SWRTfc CMH1 IIFM UP Highwaymen Multo u hitch lUul lit IrUco mill Get Awny San Francisco Feb IGFlvo mor entered tho Colonial club n rc wrt ftcquonted by lending nportlnK 11011 In this city Whllo ono remained iii ptmnl tho others broke Into tho dub room runt ronnileil up the Inmates who who wore lined up against tho wol with their hands ilown They wore then relieved of tholr valuables rVmii J Schrolhor thoy took J200 In coin nnil from John Lyons 1295 In B H niut n diamond stud and1 rIng ftar once Watorhonio forfeited UOIIO In coin ama n diamond ring yniuti at 11000 Perry Quill gave up n dlanimH Rhlll anti rhiK vnlno unknown W Kngetrom HOO nnd n diamond ring nnd Itust Flint J50 III gold and a din mniil ring Tho keys of lie blnc wero then taken from Joseph liar Innjo and from It tho rabbets got ifiO l In RuM coin Tho victims wer timemm bound hand nail foot and laM Mca downward upon tho floor two tf time robber being left In charge It theiu until the rest of tho band M misut flfllont line to get away In safety They then extinguished time 1IM nnrt made Rood their cacapo ft troI 1ablI week ago tho great Ore 11IiI do Btroycd SO blocks and 2500 tenses III time btRlncsKci ntcr of this cuv bniko out oust seven days thcroaft r It may bo truthfully said that the ty has shown n recuperative powrr which must bo accounted oxtraonH uy Tho energy exhibited by Mayor Mcl nne anti tho wholo city government brlnilng order out of chson and IIII spirit of resolution shown by lie I chants whoso stores mire n shape loss piles of debris inc Ju Hy excited admiration on all sldo Thllh only five weekdays have elapsed Miico tlm fire was checked lit great majority of merchants who were turned out out have found locations lul resumed biifilriwH Furniture dealer Jewelers clothiers anti others lime already re cotlvotl now stocks ant displayed thorn on shelves count M smith In windows and every batik Is doing business although In mineted quarto I It Is trite but time currant of trade and financial tranwllons has begun to flow on as boforr I Teacher Brained Mother Dell MolnoH la Fob li Miss Hill j da Nolnon n young woman school teacher of Fort Dodge la In a mo ment of Insanity itrahneii b r mother with n hnlohot while th latter was sleeping anti then Jumpe1 Into a cU toni drowning homolf The young wiman wits about 2G jvm old She had been teaching In tin Wahkoim tohtMil nt Fort Dodge antI bid to rolln qnlsh school work on arr unt of III boallb After bralnliiK 1 T mother tho young woman tied thte flatlrons about lair own neck anti fmu tP6k Ime fatal IMP to the bottom t the clsfoni Coroner McCrelght of lrt Dodga he ItivwsUicaUni + I I Gr Kirianufcrl llloonilnlun lad p 15 Th ItMftan at anti2t I uer growing out of time labor tr itt on the III tflnimi Jill Souther tfay with ISO Greeks anti oilier iIfrlS ronmlni unchanged Kvory lrl la beIng mode to settle the clr nlty without bloodshed After a Afcronco with Governor Dnrhln when ho men ro fBfcod to surromler ditlouc action was temporarily abandon Tho beau bow Sam Strang stilt fuses to sub salt to arrest by the tfnrlff or any other officer and So tiny said that ho anti his fellow nre mn would not bo tkken alive by the t nlhnrltlcs Scl iSId hap Now York Ftb r WhIle experl montli e with gHBolini and volatile chemicals In nn eat vr to perfect an inVentIon A J Hn nson president of time First National Hank of Plain told N J has lust II F sight of boll oyos IlrniiRon oiif o tho wealthiest citizens of Plalnfi I has devotod much time to Invent mis anti while experimenting In a small bulMIng whore his work wu carried on ho combUied several H mlcnts In such liorlbn as to calls it i explosion HU face awl eyes were I mlly seared ami tho doctors say the night line been uornmammotitbdttnIvflRebbera Cltlieni Sioux City in rvfc 15 Three rob heirs barricaded behind a pile of tarot mplcnients titimotiott tIme citizens of anrtlnsburg Nob vhllo two sent off tOil explosions of dynamite In the state milk About 200 shqis Wero exchanged between tile rnbb rf arid tho citizens but none wtrOrn on either sldoN tar ns has lion Ua nod Tho robber were unrtblo o r it h the Inner com mrtment fr if saf containing 11800 They took nViut V 0 worth of stamp rom tho ixxt mct which Is In tho iulltllng nndsti III followed by the 6BSOv UeQ no Steamers Released iitLIO4ii j ShU1l1g winds- i ti tern i4iiiiiio State tA IhiJmI No 1 from tho Ice 4 1I1I1l n captlvo four slays iJ licfllfil1 Pmirk Time Mm llncwion her way to Mil js Was bounel from Chicago tieiiuijawit II froien In The lIt ofit from Oaclno to go r ftlco nd was also caught J rted Blaze NJ ijflto IS IGJtor eight Tno tjrtsi ii fa fire which m1111 cau ell tIps Ampleto destruo t IUIJ Of tll iait4 hall nUll InJllrle to Ixinon of the lire department Thu oss ID nli6ut jnnooo of which sum ibotit 127000 fijllH upon the town riio fire cnllllIt believed from rosscd cIcctrKlciitVvlres None of ao fireman was rifc sly Injured A ilotiiems ltccoiuondation I I I I iuji iiMd iHiulfi Iains Co ug IiI Miiedy fur a mmbur of jenr tutu iiLyiliii lioitiiney hi iniylng thai ll IiI4IList niiiedy fur cuiiKhs cold Biid Mll1 ever igl mu uii y fllllllly I wot words to ex jny Cliii I- ilI04Ii thlsrllllJdlMtJIJA Moore jhiFmar lIch Kpr Isle by PBJ 194Lc0 7 54 10 OKir TO PANTO DOMINUO iktll Marine niuburk l HI Coho- ilsih Under toiled Orders Colon Fob ID Hurried orders front Washington wore received to embark a battalion of matinee on thu PrairIe A special train loft Colon nnd returned with tho C50 marinas who wero encamped nt Das Obispo station on the Panama railroad Tho Iralrlos boats were kept busy all tiny Sunday embarking the camp fit tings baggage stores etc and this task Is not yet finished Major Iucai will command the battalion and the Prairie will sail at once with sealed orders It has leaked out hero that tho marines are dln11 for Santo Domingo Only about 100 marInes now remain at Uu Oblspo Lynching Averted Koanoko Va Fob 13hoary Wil liams colored who was arrested at North Fork W Vn Tuesday on sus- Picion of having committed a mur derous assault and outrage on Mm George I Shields anti her 3yearold daughter In tholr homo hero MI Jan 30 made n full confession of the crime Ho was placed on a special train and rushed through to Richmond under a heavy guard Tho train PJIMW Itoanoko at a speed of U miles an hour and Williams will bb placed In tho state penitentiary for safe keeping the feeling being such that tho authorities are satisfied It would bo unwise to bring hint hero at this time Proclaims Neutrality Washington Feb lie President ItooBovolt lesuod a proclamation de daring tho neutrality of this govern ment In thu HussoJapanesu war The preamble recites tutu fact that war ex bits between llussla smith Japan anJ that tho United States Is on terms of friendship with both nations Tho laws of neutrality are then sot forth forbidding tho aiding or arming seek log to cnlUt or enlisting of army her son to aid either of tho belllgerunts or soliciting enlistments or alit whlla In tho United States to go beyond tho limits of the United States to enlist etc Tho law Is stated In 11 sections covering all phases of tho question PASS St Louis Loan Washington Fob 12 Tho houso II r a vote of 172 to 103 concurred la time Honnto amendment to tho urgent tendency appropriation bill authorli hog a loan of IGOOOOO by tbo govern ment to tho Ijoulslana Iurcliaso ox positIon after amending It with re ijwct to tho manner In which tha nonoy shall bo paid The proposition was strongly opnostfd In tho debato Sustains French Claim Paris Felt 5Prof Joan 0 Iracq of Vassar addrosawl tho And JUlY of Moral smut Political Science on French rights In Newfoundland and idduced evidence gathered exclusive ly from American Canadian anti hint sh llbrar s sustaining tho French claim which heretofore hiss boon BUS alnod chlolly by tints front Fruuch sources IJAleIUI tK u Trice For Vets 1C- ClvvrUnd C llle Choice tat dry nt itei 1110 lbs antI Uli II Hit Ut t 0fMt 10 ehulira 11Irll as ISOI 10 stiucs flit butcher iHillx tl 10OJ 3 vliolM tat- cows IS JJCJ 611 eltalro to tney Illllcll CfIW amd inlngus IIS OAQto W HIopa- llol Lnmlm luid to uliolro UmUi f IS Cill 24 fulr to Kwol IS saUd 00 Gull to oininon II K0tf 6 60ltuod to choice hlitlIhe p II 0l SO Rood to chute tiUvd heop II OOWJ ZS lair to ftiaA IS fiufrl Ou ciilli to cum mOil U SOUP J5 lair to good ruurilnen It OOtfS IS 1001- tll vholce ewes U lOQt 00 Calve Choice IS 0JIS 60 irooJ IT 061 H ommon nnl fed II OOQt 00 JlottYorkers 16 i1 tncdluin and hPAVlen IS 5QII JO tgs SI ThUS 00 MaB asid rough U 601ft 50- Ka t lluffulo CaW Good to choIce hl Mne and export steers 14 109J- Oa fair to joust nhli tng steta II to elt CO choke 1 ulcliti 14 lOCI I CO laIr- to 110 M liutelici 13 55O1 5 1 lieUtn U 5SU SO fm cow II 9001 C5 hull miprirsrrifair1t0 OOU55 00 tHirst and Umibi Oood to choice IdmbK 16 OUC CO cull ami coin tooth IS OOftS 50 good to cliolcx inl iJ Curd It 4064 CO cull arid ooiiiiiiun It SOO1 50 good to oholc ewes II tig4 CO sir to good 14 OOtfl 25 good to Ijblco wether sheep II COQ4 ISstir to- r01 II tSyi sa fair to goo1 ycarllnir IS 0005 tS CulvfH Iloat It 00 B 23 UorAlcJlumft suit hoasles 15 50OS Si iirkorn 15 40 plin 1 3 00 ruughl 14 21 Ut 50 itagu IS 25Q3 50 Uhlcugo Cuttle Good to irlini itnera II T5 6 75 ixrar to inodlum IS GO II 60 susker nnd rotxlerm IS 25tfl IS cows II 2t4 00 helfurm 12 OOO4 75 cannel II Z5OX 50 lIulll IS OOJ 4 10 herp Hint Lamlm flood to cholcd wuth rera II OOO4 IB fair to choice mlxod II 50 f4 00 weiitnril sImegi U 505 351 latlvo lainlm II Juyi 15 weitrrn Iambi U 25U6 10 Calvmll 50Q7 50 hog I llcd and butchers 15 OOQ5 ITH goodatn choice heavy IS 25O5 40 rough heavy 13 DeS 25 light 14 755 15 Whaut No 2 ml STciHl 03 CornNo UU SMc Data Na 2 4lc Ilttsburx Cattle Cholcei 16 lOW 5 2S inline 14 1006 00 good 14 500 0- iitIy butcher II 30l to faIr II 00 O t Zi helter IS 00 fl 10 ROW bull IIlId- atoKIC II 76QS 75 rests cows 125 00 y welhlCnflmIxed II OOO4 20 choice Iambi IS 209 S 60 fair to Rood 1C Ooya 25 cotniiion II OOO4 60 UosIrlmQ heavy 16 439 I 46 medium 15 40 heavy Yorkers Is S5O5 40 light Yorkers 15 1045 20- 11k 14 H0 4 90 New York Cattlei NatIve ntoeri 4 5G5 15 tops IS 10 bull IS 20f tG- cow U 7673 80 8ho p anti IambtI hoop II OOCPt 76 choice U 00 culls a 60 WJ 00 lamb IC 25O Ut extra as IIOOG tj cull 15 00 CatveaVeala U 0049 6H HognStalo and Pcmikyl inla IS 25 f5 CO WlieatKo 2 rod 1 00 CornNo 2 He OatsNo S- 4leCincinnati Wheati No 2 taut II O- JIII 03 Corn No 2 mixed 47o Oat- No 2 mixed 42Kr4Sc Ityo Na 2alafSIlo IardT 03U Hulk MculHli 87Ji JlIlCOIIU 12H Uocn13 76O5 S5 Cat tie 12 2601 CO Sheep U 7604 3- 5LumbU 2SJ C GO HoHton Wool Ohio and Penrny vonla XX anti above 34Q3IVio X 3O- Sic No 1 32O3So No 2 31G 2onntashed delnlno 386370 Toledo Wheat II 02H corn 70- OIIts 44c rye ii ctovcrsocd It 72- 34ss22sth2 r 11 CIVIL KNfilNElJftS J aANI stJltIrtc a ItS1i Prompt Ailntittnn Rlvijn U all cJnuRod of work IIPO r 3 ATI8FACTION GUARANTEED3 Q nVFTOFil JAOK60N U EVCK- Y1WflW F 0- M q 4 r p3pT I r i rn jf