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Com?i In Itching, burning, oozing, dry?
ing and scaling patches, on the faoe.
bend, hands, arms. legs or body and
ths Itching is eomfuoiiJy worse at
night sometime? almost Intolerable,
in the treatment of ealt Rheum,
. depends Ml impure blood, a won
derfuilt anjanpasnaf? medlclcs Is the
prrttt blood purifier
?lu>h has given entire satisfaction in
thousands cf cases.
Get Hood * Sarsaparilla to-day. In
I s area tabs.?Ad
TWO MEET DEATH
Speed Enthusiasts Killed When
Their Craft Strikes
Tri? P* . February ? S?O*or?e R. Ober- j
I - Unit?-1 .-'t?te* weather forrcastar !
Ii?rs lad Oleaa Merhnn electrician. - acre I
Instantly hired Isce this Kfternoon in an
it ss lree.jue !?!e Bay
:t? Fn.ai e-a* injured aermusiy. Stee
I . iei sail] had .ompieted an Iceboat. :
? hi ? *?? designed 10 bre.nk ?II speed ran
i . ii. ad scad v 'l enholsBS also an Ice- I
Mtkosiass, to accompany biru on U;e |
?*<-r? coming denn the bay st the
- ? . ' assents tve :n::e* an hour when they |
- to protect some ?at?r-works
j I ?. Ti.? Imnat t splintered the iceboat and
crashed the :i?e? oli of th? two man while
the third mi so badly Injured there
SSM ? ihar.ee fir his recovery
The iura sere ail unmarried
Way Now Cleared to Final Dis?
solution of Harriman
Washington. ^February I,?In a
leogti.y conference this afternoon be
tweao legal representatives of the
t-outhern 1 'acl no and L'nion raclfic
Railroads, on the one side, and Attor
ney-General Wickersham. on the other.
:?- At: orney -t leneral formally ap
;->.eii the general plans of disso
a:i phases of the agreement which
were reached at a meeting of tiie offi
c als of the railroads in New York
Thursday afternoon and made public
at the time were discussed thoroughly
It was decided that the agreement
?a I b> entered In the L'nited States
Circuit Cosxrt at St ?ouis for final de?
cree. This action will be taken prob?
ably February 2t Judge Smith, of
the Eighth Judicial Circuit, who was
In sTsShlSgtOn. was called In bv the
Attorney-iieperal for advice as to the
matter of entering- the decree.
WOLF DRIVEN FAR
FROM HIS DOOR
Senator Stephenson Shows Sen?
ate Employes Draft for
Wa-'kmpton. February t? Senator Isaac
Bkenaerases the oldest and reputed to be
tht wea.thieat Sen-tor. aroused interest
a.r.jr.s eo::.? cf the Senna employe* to-day
by lllsplsllsi a draft for ll.W.aDO The draft
bad beer, given to the Senator in pevment
for lumber and timber land* sold to a Louis,
lar . :r.; ?:.;. im.- . f tr.? employe* aske-.
Senav-r htephen?or. :f he were not afraid h?
lote the draft If he rallies' it around and
might lose the draft If h? c?rri?d It around
"if 1 did lose it.' .--marked the Senator
"It weald mak?- !:tt:e difference Nobody
who would ?r.d I: uu^d get It caahtd to
cjv ree kr. >n the banks c>eed at noon."
Said the Ser.ato-. ? lb a twinkle of bis eve.
T! a Is the largest denomination of ex
eharge that has been seen around the Sen?
ate since the memorable day many years
a?o when H?mry G Davl* of We*t Virgin a.
tfc-r. a Senator a >1 -re or nl. ..
ls-? '? kroon-. ?r,d displayed a draft
far rtansst which he had Just received as
the purchase price of e railroad
STORY Of BATTLE
London, February 8.?A sensational
report that the Turks suffered a crush?
ing- de feet st the hands of Bulgarian
troops in the l'entusula of Qallipoll
and lost l.'.OOo killed and 10.004 pris?
oner*, which aus published In Berlin
this morning, received no confirmation
nor support from any source to-day.
A telegram received from Sofia this
afternoon made no reference to any
Montenegro, like all the rest of the
belligerents in the Balkan war. is bad?
ly in need of funds. The government
at Cettinje Is now trying to place a
small shoil-term Issue here, but the
i financiers have, barred their doors.
(?rncrnl Attack Made.
Podogorlta, Montenegro, February 8.
?A general attack, by the combined
II itenegrln and Servian armies waa
opened on the Turkish fortress of Scu?
tari at H? o'clock this morning King
Nicholas, of Montenegro, is personally
directing the operations.
The allied Montenegrin and Servian
artillery did effective work, silencing
a Turkish battery on Muslim Hill.
The infantry followed up ttie bom?
bardment by storming the hill at the
point of the bayonet, driving the Turks
out of their works and capturing the
A sortie was attemptc-d by the Turk?
ish troops south oi Scutari, but was
Two Ottoman ships were sunk on
All Attempts Kepalned.
Sofia. February S.?All attempts on
the part of the Turks to assume the
offensive at the Tchatalja lines have
been repulsed. A semi-official dispatch
giving details of yesterday's fighting,
sayfc the Turks advanced In three col?
The first, consisting of six battalions.
supported by the guns of Fort <!Jaur- ;
tabia. and the warships moored in
Blyuk Chekmeje Bay. attacked the Bul?
garian positions at Arnautkeul, but
?rag driven back by a counter attack.
The second column of two battalions
was forced to retire oeyond the Ka
ralu Kiver. The third column of one
regimen was routed with great
slaughter by bayonet charges.
In the Lierkos district the attempts .
of the Turks also were repulsed, and ,
they withdrew to their original posi- ;
tions. Bombardment of Adrlanople
Situation I uehansred.
Constan'inopie. February S?An of?
ficial dispatch was received from the
Tcha _1.U headquarters to-night. It
"Skirmishes continue, in front of the
TurkU.i army at Tchat.-lja. but the sit?
uation is unchanged. Out infantry and
cavalry on the left wthgj are harrassing
the enemy. ilngagerrer ts. which do
not Modify the situation, are proceed?
ing in the direction of Oalllpoll be?
tween log Turkish troop;- at Bulalr and
the onei.-.v's forces at Xamilon.
'Tne bombardment of Adrlanople is
still in progress, but ti'e fortress is of?
fering \uler.t resistance."
Shrouded With Secrecy.
St. Petersburg. February I?Em- 1
peror Nicholas to-da> handed his an- 1
swer to the autograph letter from Em?
peror F: ancis Joseph of Austria to
Prince Hohenlohe-\v_ldenburg-8ohil- |
Iingsfuers', who leaves this evening
for Vienna. The greatest secrecy is i
observed i.ere as to the nature of the
letters, i inanclers he:e apparently con- :
aider the outlook in the Balkans fa?
The I?eep RatJ Hunt of the Cojr.try Chsh
ef Virginia win hold a horse show la May
for the ben?flt of the members a ,i the own?
ers over whose grounds the hounds are sent
There will be gymkhanas. ? lasses for hunt
?r? and a ? EMSn ?? ? BSJtry race. One of the
features of the aVvl e:ll he a rare for a
handsome prize, whirr: artQ be < ioaed to the
men over a hose gro.r. >? the organization
hantS Definite plane have not been Baads
but already there h asksktanhle Interest in
t.-.e r:.ere anD'. uncem?r.I
'S bV T _ s W T ?
Nature Gives Warning
Statistics show (bat tiroosends hare kidney trouble in the less
advancd stage, without knowing Just what their a .rr.tr.t la and
mar.t care > ess. y neglect therasiives until the poisoning of the svnterr,
ma* es Lnem aware that their k.ineys are diseased.
Nature, however, baa eq lipped the human body with a perfect
system of darger signala, more perfect than those used by the best
regulated railroad, and they should be as effective. If you have s
lame back, torpid liver, cloudy urine, i rlammaUon of the bladdsr,
these are year danger signala You seed
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Remedy
It is reliable and has back of it 36 years of
accomplished important results where other remedies
froro purest ingredients; it u pleasant to take
-d failed. Mads
Do c-4 naglest the daaujer ugoai* Kidney trouble once
in eviden.-e. if not watched, may dervsiop into Bright s
disease, which is most feared
Torf? bS Wag aad SWSWaf
"I raeah tos highly sf Wsr
?w t Eidaey sad Lirmr aaanear.
as (t cared sat of Irvar trsaaaw. frasj
? . i kid ?.??rvd f? rears. I trad
nu.- 7 raw.'.as I saspairi? sf gettrig
?? m JI (M Waraar-a Ar*w?arag
?? * aa*i I ass aarfarttr ?*?0 aas
ssreos '-aas* awjssssa Deavar. Cats.
BACH POR A PtritPOSg
1 Umt aad : - - Raaaadg
2 rUnuu * nay
1 D?W> R-bmO*
90td rrr a j. i suoobtb h
Was? S? ? O? r eats L
??- .??>-. -f ras?Sf *???-?* v f
f reW?rf Tnewh Wash snd s safe sad
sffxaint ?nrierpjK 'or aerr rouwtc* For
ssuBsted by the snssanat
Tea wash * i do tor vos' ssewth sed
te?- what no -jther psvjpsfilstai ess it
a hs>Mr lavaasawliiiliil sad has stead the
SS- "or SS ^ i
At Ret is Me
Jt?. M? sad II W
As we figure .t over, this is
the most practical and com?
fortable Overcoat to discount
the draft that Winter is bound
to draw on you.
It's roomy without being
-:ulky, warm without, being
heavy, rich looking without
being extravagant, even at its
first price of $30.
Only $22.7S now |
Every other style and price
for every tatte, age and pre?
Boys, girls and young wom?
en's Coats similarly reduced
" Buy it at Berry's''
CAUGHT IN TRAP
Negro With Eight One-Ounce
Bottles Denied That He
In 'lie arrest earlv last night of Ed- j
ward Johnson, colored, hy Detective- '
Sergeants Wiley and Kellain and l'a- '
trolmin holkes. the police believe they '
have captured a man v.-hc has been car- ;
rying on a big businss in the illicit
business of selling coci-.lne.
Through the medtutr of a stool pige?
on the |wtsM learned that Johnson had ,
a large quantity of "coke" and was
anxious io dispose of li in large quan- ?
titles. '1 he "pigeon" bargained with
Johnson to purchase half a pound of
the drux for $25 and arranged to meet 1
him in l.ii'hanan Street, between Cedar '
and Washington. When told of the ?
meeting place and hcur. the officers
statloncj. themselves 'onveniently and
awaited ihe negro's arrival. He ar?
rived o.i time, and wa;. looking about ,
for nls prospective i urchaser when ;
Wiley r.nd Koikes rtepped from their j
hiding p.aces and reib bed him.
Johnson had under his arm an old
clotli oi ndle. which proved to be a ,
skirt, n:id In it we-e wrapped eight
or.e-->unce bottles labf'ed cocaine, but
bearing no address other than that of
a chCTiual manufacturing company.
Teat j i isoner denied that the "dope"
was hi'*, but said it vac the property
of his b: other. Ernest Johnson, whom
he accused of having stolen it. He did
not nsw where h..>- brother got it. .
After J'-hnson hail been looked up at
the r"i -st I'ollce Station, the officers at
once began a search for the brother,
but had not succeeded :n locating him
at an early hour thl> rooming.
C. C. A. I? I>efeated.
Ch*st?r. Va . February 4 -Ch?n?r Hith
School defeated i'hrlst Church, of Klchmoml.
hy the score of It to I? here to-day ('bes?
ter took an early lead, and kept it ail the .
way The visitors were seemingly outclass
ad In tha opening round tut <-ame hark
strong in the aecono half while Chester
did llttie scoring after the first
captain tioyne and T Bury played star
hall for High school Woodward. Pattereon
and Hammock Md the heat work for C, C A
Pattereon threw a goal from two thirds the
length of the M
Chester piays Ashland here on Friday
forecast t Irglsla?t'nlr ?naday and
North ?nrollnn?Fnir ?andaj and
Special l.oenl llnfe for Yeaterday.
12 noon temperature . 37
: 1" M temperature . 42
Maximum temperature up to X
? M. 42 .
Minimum temperature up to |
P M . 2?
Mean temperature ...... 24
Normal temperature . JJ
Iieflc lency In temperature. I I
Excess In temperature since March
I . 1*5
Acc-urr- excess bj temperature
air ce January 1 . . . 247
Isefii ten- y m rainfall since March
1 .7 4*
Ac-rum den? ier.< y In rainfall sine?
January I ??
I .. ?I llksenatlna ? r. M. t eeterday.
T?-t perature. 2(
Murr .dlt> ._. 22
\\ l 'lire tion . g ?
M ? I ? ?lex ity. X
IMHIMII i> HI ? I ITT ftlM
(At ? ?? M Easte-n Standard Tim* ?
I a. . Tber H T I. T Weather.
A sheet He 24 Ja 24 clear
-a a? rt cieair
Vtlaittc City 24 2? Clear
>?? *t- n . . :t 22 I? Osar
Munal? .2? :? 1% T tloatdy
?"alsrary -24 34 2 Clear
... . a. 'tear
Chi agf* 2d .??? r; cieanr
teen awe 24 s riessP
? it 4 ctaar
'?elves'-.. 4? 4?. j? ? cloudy
?4 44 as Clear
12 14 ? Clear
r . ksonalile . 14 ke 44 Clear
. 22 2? IS Casar
1.1 ?4SI tile ..It S4 2-? Oesr
' srj n ?t -4 Clear
ew "rii-rt .a sg Clear
,s" Tor? J? Z* P rlottdy
s .? 22 Ctaar
as 14 P cloudy
?'?? I? dourly
" . ?? 4? x; Oswr
-t I eon I. -? >? 1? Kj
m Cnui a 12 Oeasr I
>-an r*mn? isr.. ? M .? He.a
- ? ?-*? 4 42 Ctaar
?r-kar,e }j lt # ti,ar
m t| t'haar
**a*lte4rt?n 34 j.. < leer
W --.rlltn 24 *i It Clear
Wianlpe? ... 2 ? 2 Ctaar
? l>MTi fi? ?1 *ta> ??
Fe? ?-, I, lilt
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State of Civil War Exists in
West Virginia Coal
Charleston. W. Va , February 8.?
Six companies of the West Virginia
National Guard are being held ir their
armories to-night ready to depart to
the l*alnt and Cabin Creek c.al dis?
tricts U> take charge of the strike
Situation. Governor Ulasscock. ac?
cording to information from persons
closa to the executive. probuui> will
take some definite action i ot liter
than <nrl>~ Sunday.
According to information received
here late to-day, Kobert Estep, a
tiitner, was killed last night du.Sng the
rioting at Mucklsw.
This sftcmoun there wss consider?
able shooting st Holly Ore** It Is
^sald men employed In the mints were
sccosted by strikers. The HSSS] at
,work were fired up>n. and they, in
turn, made attempts to drive the strik?
ers away from that locality Strikers
heretofore have refrained frcm at?
tacking men at work.
Military authorities here believe the
Strikers are gathering at some point
SM Caint Creek for an attack. The
miners occupy strong positions jn the
mountain sides, and are said to be
closely guarding all approaches to the
President Taft Is Guest of Honor
Washington, February 8.?President
Taft ''ared in an address here to- |
night at the annual banquet of the
University Club that the American peo?
ple would return from the dangerous
tendencies in govern merit which they
have btati encouraging, and that the
present day agitation of progressive
ism w m. i not ultimately be harmful.
"The A nerlcan people, great as they
are." he said, "have much to learn, and
If this c.nies to then with some pun?
ishment attached the lesson will be I
longer rS Membered. i have spoken in
no spl -it of pesslmls.n or hopelessness
in alter lining to point out what I re?
gard as dangerous tendencies, but if
the peVf)tS are led u.vtray from the
path cf wisdm, they will more per?
manently remain in it after thev come
hack. I am not spea?.ng of party or
of my personal expei itnees. What I
refer to is the depiiituie from the j
principles of sound democratic govern?
ment." ? j
He spoke in a humorous manner of
his -ror.iinjr duties as professor of law
at Tile, declaring that he was going
to try to show the seniors there that
they hiii1 something \ it to learn, but
that he aproached his task with hmil
With ringing cheers, the President j
was vietted, by the 600 college men
preaer,after John temple Graves,
toastms>stsr, had introduced him as a
President who would be "cordially
loved while he live? and graciously
rein eta he red after he was gone."
In recognition of Ms service as first ;
president of the University Club, Pres
ident Taft was presented with a gold- j
en key to admit him at all times to
Ihe newly opened clubhouse.
Just before Mr. Taft arose to accept '
the gift, he heard himself character- I
ized by Colonel George Harvey, of J
New York, as "the worst licked, the
least sore and the best liked of all our 1
Presidents." Colonel Harvey spoke on
the relationship of the university to ,'
"Hers we have a university about to
confer a President upon tin- country,
and the country, in gracious requital,
about to bestow a President upon a
university." he remarked. "Theoreti?
cally, it would seem to be a fair ex?
' Meanwhile, we have yet a more
striking illustration of the present
tendency of the. body politic to stretch
forth arms and hands to the university
In time of eeeda Within a few days
the entire, undivided. soMd Republican
electoral vote, will be cast for Nicholas
Murray Butler, president of Columbia
PelSSSsitJt, for Vlce-Presldent of the
"Now, If it really Is a fact that the
mind or Impulse of the nation Is turn?
ing, consciously or unconsciously, to
the university for the department Of
publl.- service, jt is a faet of great
moment and <>f great promise."
WEBB LIQUOR BILL
PASSED BY HOUSE
<Continue<i From First Page.) |
ing the days and nights to the confer- 1
ences and study of the thousands of
paragraphs in the tariff. The whole '
tariff plan, it was sai l to-night, would
Zoo Idtr for Cla00it(catton
WAVTKI>. \ COOK: FAMILY THREE
Address ESOI \ Grove Avsnue tup- ;
W?JTTED, rOCR QOOD MEN FOR
Idle drivers Apply sfor.day morning
at 7 o'clock. Mayo Bridge. D. A. .
Wf RATH ER FORD _
WANTED, A WOMAN TD A8SORT
both clean and su.led clothes la a
small launitri .\*::?t !.e ei:ergeiic
Good salary to good worker. Ad
.ir.?s LAI XDHY. care Mail Carrier
WH<> WIM. SKI.I. TilKKK ACRElT?F .
land seven n.Invites from Seventh j
Street and build bungalow, whole
place to be on Instalment $20 down
and ft'1 m month" Address X 400.
'are Times Dispatch
STARTED. A GRimEKT ("I.ERK EX~
p*-'et?<-e peeferre-I good position for
riant pa-tv *ppl> at CHILES
ST'??'.!". W .dUnd Hetgt-ta
THE M EM H E RS I F \ElU?*ON EN
eampme-tit. No are earnestly re?
quested f(. ???ertiMe at the home of
our d~?w?ed Setrtarrh, T. Wilev I?avla
27oe East Bros* street, st 2 P M
MONDAY, lath, to participate In the
last a*d Int.wie if >'?|>eit to our he -
ed brol < r
Bv order off the <~hiof Patriarch
R J AMI.TOR
PE?'IAI. MEKTl.Vl OF
Vdhem IxkIsc. No
aiil be h?i<i ii. Muaiih
Hail M' >NI > A T, Feh
rwary ie. ?i i j? r w. to pay the last
?ad trlb-i?. of -csp-ct to OUT dW"?aae<t
brother. T WRwf Imvia Grand Beers*
By order of the No?es Ore ad.
_ A. It. RIQRR.
^anwaa~ ' ' M '. MFETING <>F
??ertilti kail MONDAT.
V R to Say CR*
ief trlh'ita of imm-i to our
rot her. T Wiley Deris, grand
By order of the Noble Grand
R J ciSXTny
V^ctor-VSctreU XVI, f300
You can give a box party
to your friends whenever you wish
with a Victor-Victrola in your home.
Yon can give thttn the privilege of hearing the world'?
graattst opera artists, the popular singers and comedian!,
the most celebrated bands and orchestras, the foremost
instrumentalists?an infinite variety of musical entertain?
ment, and all kinds in the same evening if desired.
And your friends will enjoy it all just as much as
though you had really taken them to the Metropolitan
Opera House or one of Broadway's biggest theatres.
Yen can get a Vlctor-Vtctrola from $15 to 5200?come in any
time and we'll gladly ?Jemonttrate this Instrument fur you. Terms
can be arranged to suit your convenience.
Wholesale and Retail
The ?orf?yU Rvfn?ww
be ready to bring Into the House by
Martin Introduce* Bill.
Washington. February 8.?Appro?
priation of $4(>0.000 for a "national
highway" from Arlington National
Cemetery, opposite Washington, to Mt.
Vernon, was asked in a bill introduced
to-day by Senator Martin.
GETS THREE YEARS
Newsome Found Guilty of Vol?
untary Manslaughter for
rspeeial to The Times-Dispatch.)
Empurla, Va.. February ?After de?
liberating one hour and ten minutes
this morning, the Jury fr>m Feiers
bjrg brought here early in the week
to try Char te K w?ot?\ c?-?-s r> ??' h
killing young Wade F- ifSSM Decem?
ber iS last, bruttttsw in Ism rv.l9w.~ug1
?W-. the Jury, find the dof-ndan%
Charlie Newsome. guilty of voluntary
manslaughter, and ascertain h:s pun?
ishment to be thr-< years in |)M peni
'MO!IN B Ifl'BnARD, PorasMsV*
Wh n the word "guiUy'- fell upon
the ears of the young defendant, for
the first time during the tr/lrg or
flieal thriugh which he has passed th e
we.-k he broke down, giving awav
evidently to a long per.t-up '-motion .
The aged father. Thomas I*. Newsome.
who sat near his son. appear-J daze 3
so pronounced and sj awful was the
word that would t"ar from his bosom
his youngesi boy?only a few short
years removed frim babyhood The '
eyes of strong men r>'came dim during
the deathlike silence that followed the
Court officials immedlat.-ly follow?
ing the r~S'Mng cf the verdlrt were
visibly affected by the stranro scene
a living picture of the stern majesty
of the law they are seldom called up?a
The Jury went into session at 9
o'clock, and many believed a verdict
would n'-t be reached |.efore the noon
hour, but evidently There was a dispo?
sition upon the p-ut of Newsome's
peers to be charitable enough not to
prolong the suspense any longer than
was actually necessary. The Jury gave
a compromise verdict, as is evidenced
by the names, in which they cast their
ballots. Here is the tally which
showed the divided sentiment of the
men who sat upon the case: Four
hy the manner In which they cast their
jurors wanted to give the prisoner MM
> ear in the penitentiary, one stood for
four years, five for flv? years and one
for jeven year*.
The verdlet was light in the fact of
the lofng testimony introduced dur?
ing tho trial, and jnCI i: gives general
The indiscretion of youth only saved
the >oy from the electric chair.
Tho members of Uie Xewsonie Jury
are a attend id iMklntH body of men
They are prominent business men of
Petersburg, and away nLove the aver?
age Jury often see;> Judge West's
eondi' t of the '-ase rar been a matter
of main lavorablo comment, lie was
patient and Just at ail times.
New York. February a?Entries of
several competitors in the Olympic
games at Stockholm last year have
been so far received by the Amateur
Athletic ?nion for the American track
and rleld championships to be h*M ;>
Madison flajMire ?iarden Mar. n ( Bsc
I etil J James S. Sullivan announced to
fed dv whiskey
Henrico Distilling Company's
Plant Total Loss?No Insur?
ance Is Carried.
Whiskcy-fed flames, early yesterday
morning, totally destroyed the plant
of the Henrico Distilling Company, lo?
cated on the Wllllamsburg Road, near
Evergreen Cemetery, in Henrico Coun?
ty. The fire originated In the boiler
room and spread to a storeroom, in
which eighty barrels of new whiskey
were stored. The liquid biased hlrh
In the air, and could not be extinguish?
ed by tha ?mployes of the concern.
A fireman la tTiought to be respon?
sible for the conflagration Be Is said
to have attempted to thaw out a pipe
with a torch. The name caught the
woodwork and spread rapidly. He
sounded the alarm, a.id while a bucket
brigade fought hard, it could do noth?
ing. A high wind fanned the flames
and the frame buildings were soon ;i
roaring furnacs. Too late the total -
teers realised the futility of their ef?
forts and appealed to the city depart?
ment for aid. Hefore Assistant Chief
Kaffo reached the scene, the buildings
had fallen in. With the assistance of
Iiis rnfn and persons attracted by th??
bias*, h'- succeeded in preventing it
front spreading to adjacent building
The plant was one of the largest
distilleries in this district, with m ca?
pacity of so? to I.e."? gallons a dav
when In full operation. With a mod?
erate force at work 2G0 bushels of
grain is distille.l dally. The plant
con>..sted of a boiler-room, distiller),
warehouse and cistern room. All of
the buildlnas are frame and burned
rapidly. The loss will probably reach
Lamb and Pork Quoted Higher,
and Eggs Are Due
New Vorl.. February S.?The whole?
sale price of iarnh, which had been
13^i rents a pound during the week,
jumped to IS % and 16 rents, causing
Ions; faces among retail butchers tt
Washington Market an<l elsewhere,
who did not lay In a supply befor?
the advance was made.
la Wash..-k tori Market last week
legs of lamb sold at IS cents a pound,
and to-d..y the same quality v.-as quoted,
at 20 as a r stilt of the wholesale jump
I'ork. too. has gone up. Wholesal?
ers were getting 14 and 1IV* tents for
it. It is reported that beef is ached
uled to advance from cent to 1
cent in a day or two.
Fresh eggs were quoted to-day In
Washington Market at "4 cents.
It is expected thu if the wintrv
weather keeps up at Its present rate
the price of egcrs will agal i f.o up
J. I. Ktaer.
Fpcn,-er. S. C, February ?J. I*
Ki?er. ag-d thirty years, died at his
boarding house in Spencer to-day. fol?
lowing pneumonia. He had be?n HI
only a few days, and death was un?
expected Ills mother. Mrs. Ashley
Kiser. of Fairfl- Id. Union County, ant]
a brother. Crawford Kiser. were with
I rr. The body was sent to Fatrneld
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