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Loulsvilc, Ky., Fe b. 3 Cattc mar
ket steady and fairly active.
Good to choice export $ 5.(X'a6.00
Fair to good shipping 5.00 6.50
Gocd to choice butchers.. . $4.50 a 5.00
Medium to good butchers.. -1.00 a -1.25 ,
Good to choice stock ers 3.65 a 3.85 I
Medium to good stockers . 3.00 a 3.25
Common to mediun stockers
2.50 a 3.00
Good to choice butchers 4.00a 4.50
Medium to good butchers 3.7f a 4.0
Common to medium 2.50 a 3.25
Good to choice stockers 3.00 a 3.50
Common to medium stocker-ere
Good to choice butchers 3.V5 a 400
Medium-to pood butchers... 3. a 340
Fair to good bologna 3.00 a 3.35
Ccmmen 2.25 a 2.75
Good to choice butchers 3.50 a 4 Oo
Medium to good butchers.. .3.00 a 3.50
Common to medium butchers
Canncrs and cutrers 1.50 a 2.50
Good to choice milchers. ..40.00 a 45.00
Medium to good milchers 30.00 a 37.5o
Common to plain milchers. 15.00 a 25.0
Good to choice veals GCCt6.5c
Medium to good 5l00 a 6.00
Common. ."..T. 3.00 a 4.00
Sheep and Lamb9.
Good to choice fat sheep.. .4.00 a 4.50
Fair to good mixed sheep. .3.25 a 3.75
"Rough and scalawags 2.50 a 4.00
Good" to extra bucks 3.25 a 3. 5C
Fair to good bucks 2.75 a 3.25
Choice yearlings u 4.25 a 4.5C
Fair to good, yearlings 4.00 a 4.35
Spring lambs T 5.0la 5.25
Hog,re:eipts very light; market
steady to a shade hi.g her mixed
160 pounds and up. $5.20 to f'i.25
light,' 16.50 t $5.'60; pigB, 5.15
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TORRENTS OF WATER.
Does Grua Damage lu Properly In
Tiyalas Province In
Man '.., h 20.- Tim volcano
Lhl'iii !'nlit province,
uliidil mi lu iiiiihvsiern part
nf tin lU'ii nt Liiz in, became
ii vc 8 and !) o'clock
hit muii' i m1 thi eruption seriously
dim . ih" -nrriiiindini: country.
N n'li'Tii nf l'ii nf life have been
r;oi vi-ii I, u 1 detonations
and rumblings prccocded the
eruption a'kI went hntrd during the
afternoon, Tolegrauis received here
iisor b tin) outbreak of the volcano
hi a i;tnt oxulos'on of water."
The (lowr'Hir of the province roports
by tolesraph that a large area of cultivated
fialds were ruined, highways
were rendered impassable and many
It is believed, however that tho
subtciranean rumblings and
his warned the peoplo of coming
danger io time to allow them to rice
to t tic lulls, thus preventing loss of
life. From advices received it appears
that great torrents ol water
rush id from the sides of the volcano
during tho. eruption.
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suffering from severe rectal trouble,
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Centenary of Mendelssohn
sWra Wmhrmmwy 3. 1S09
HE YEAR 1309 marks the
one hundredth anniversary
of tho birth ot Felix
the famous German
planUt and organist He
was born February 3, 1909,
at Hamburg, North Germany: died at
Leipzig, Saxony, Noember 4, 1847
He wag son of a banker, grandftoa
of a celebrated Jewish scholar arid re-'
former. In mature life the rather
was influenced to renounce the Jewish
faith and add Dartholdy to the family
nam to distinguish, hJs branch from
the. orthodox member of tke fatally.
Father and mother, the Utter also of
the Jewish race, adopted rife
religion, rtb chlldre ware
an4 rbigh't u m ChJiitlanip
The fife t the) 4)n)eJflsohn fimUj
was very interesting and beautiful,
the children unusually gifted. In the
home an art atmosphere making for
full development of the Individual
gifts. Felix received his firstpiano
Instruction from his mother, from his
earliest days both parents we're devoted
to the fostering of his genius.
The story of Mendelssohn's llfo la not
the record of bitter poverty and
efforts In overcoming obstacles;
he stands out a genius accustomed all
his days to wealth and refinement
The Mendelssohn family moved to
Merlin when Felix was scarcely three
years old, and In this cly his
and youth were passed Tho
parents were strict disciplinarians, I
the children kept hard at work at
their Tnuslc, riding at five In the
morning to begin their tasks. During
a visit to Paris Felix studied under
Mme Hlgot, in llerlln was under the
Instruction of Carl Zelter and benefited
for a season by work with
Moischeles. At the age of nine he
made his first public appearance, the
youthful pianist winning favor. In his
eleventh year Felix entered the
the following year he began
systematically to compose To this
period belong a trio for piano and
strings, a sonata for piano and violin,
a sonata for piano, pieces for the organ,
songs, a comedy and a cantata.
It was the custom In the Mendelssohn
family to hold musical performances
at their home every other
Sunday, a small orchestra assisting,
and these muuleals were of the greatest
value to the young musician. He
fnjoypd opportunity of having his
work! piesented. and ho always conducted.
For the Sunday muslcalH Felix con.
stantly wiotn new works; at the age
of 17 produced .the delightful "Mid-summer
Night's Drenin Overture"
"roneplveri by a gctiliiH uud executed
hy j muster " His one opera was
b:o'ig!it oir ubilcly the year follow-!.!!
ill- ove.luri'. and though given a
fjv. rnlile reception on Its
at the Merlin opera limine, the
I a.: sho!tl withdrawn The
j w lvjn !s iiieiked by nn
I'veir. the performance
iiiiiVv .l!idfnlrj direction of
15.12'i'x "ii I'auslon,"
v.bidi o.i it 'd ; gif.it h nsation and
led to i h gi.'at llceh revival. Sue-run
line this e. nt. an Invitation to
v!U Mti 'uii wt ;icceptid.
n.uile hi 111. I public
In tul ai a j h'ilnii uionlc con-re-
t, tne (oneert npenlui; with his C
niltuii rn phony, the author
conductiti); the pieMitattou of his
work. Th neweoinei was iniiBt
and it was
from England M' nib b:i fame as
composer hpii.td nbroml.
Ii: l.ondou ho puljllalied thu llrst j
hook of his "Songs Without Words"
In that city to the end he had an en
thuslastlc army of admirers, loved and
was beloved by the ttngllsu public
In all he made ten visits to England. A
short time before hlsdeath he Journeyed
to Ixmdon to conduct a series of
Of his work aa conductor there
stand forth moat prominently his distinguished
services while director of
the (Jewandhauj, Lelpslg In this city
of Saxony be waa very much at home,
very happy, his work much appreciated
aa It was not always la his
home city of Berlin, la U3i the
of Lelpslg created him doctor
of philosophy. Troa 1131 to 1841 he
resided la the latter year
yielded te tke Oldtatlans of. the king
liav...l.i& t. .A...t ra.i.i
,Cuaaii ww rwmm i civuin. ymi.i
aif. coiirttlatetfeVeaee attended brie efforts
In Merlin, and he finally asked
for liberty to withdraw, and found, hie
way again to Lelpslg For a brief sa
son ho' served aa musical director at
Dusseldorf conducted at the Iyower
Rhine festival; In England perform
ances of his oratorio "Elijah" were
given under his direction.
Mendelssohn's compositions from
the first were marked by finish and
neatness He corrected and revised
with utmost fastidiousness Of the
mass of work left behind by him only
the briefest mention can be given.
The "Midsummer Night's Dream," the
overture work of his youth, stands as
one of his best productions His ora
torlos, "Elijah" and "St Paul," arc
ranked as the most notable of his
works Other notable vocal works
with orchestra are the symphony-cantata,
"Lobgesang," the "(Jutenburg
Cantata," the ballade "Die Erst Wal
purglsnacht," music to the choruses
Antigone," "Athalle" and "Aedlpus In
Colonos." He was author of much Important
church music in addition
to that mentioned; his orchestral
works Include four symphonies and
several concert overtures, the cham
bcr music includes Bevon string quartets,
a sonata for violin and piano, an
octet for strings, and various other
works. He wrote for the organ three
preludes and fjgtirs. six sonatas, preludes
In C minor, tho piano compositions
are numerous nnd distinguished.
Fluency, grace and eleganco are considered
the chief technical characteristics
of his music.
.Mendelssohn wan deeply Interested
In the of a tihoi". of
music lu Leipzig, and lu sins this
cherished wish fulillled. this the date
of the opening of the Leipzig conservatory.
He labored un;e:nlttlngly for
the sucrehs of 'he school, brought to
It not only his p.estlge. but a practical
business ability of much value.
Mendelhhohn married at the age of
28, In his marriage good fortune still
faithful, young Cecllo Jeanrenaud of
Frankfort, as amiable rih! liitercHtlng
as she woh beau' If u: It's domestic
life was Idyllle, outer of all Cwlle. as
Is shown In the Five
wero born to tlu pair.
Overwork and Midden shocks au-thought
to have been the camnj ft
his death. The unexpected loss of liU
father was n great blow; his inothc. h
end occurred In the ram" way, '
denly, atid last came word that h.
sister Fanny, close friend nud roanw'
or, had been stricken while cond i
a rehearsal of her little choir !' '.
never recovered from tin h!ioj V
Fanny's death, a fuw months la
death coming to him II wu.v a
rest In the Alio D' ' I'luitii i trill
llorllti, his !'-, ; place mark I
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A Tcir tj Tie Uitftf
TIER SALE1IFS HE I A IS El
Washington, I) C. Jn. 28
The isUrj of the president of the
United States wts today fixed at
1100,000 per annum, so far as the
Sonato could fix it. and the salaries
of the Vice l'ronidcnt and Speakor
of the Houip of Hepreseniativc at
Tho salary of tho Chief JuMice of
tho Supremo Court of tho United
States was increased from f KI.OOO
to 915,000 per annum, and thne of
the associate justices from fl'J.fiOO
to tll.fiOO. TheHo ehangoM wore
made amendments to tho Iccinlativi,
executive and judicial appropriation
hill, after an extended dchatr.
Amendments allowing ffi.OOO to the
Vice President and Speaker of the
House for horses and carriage, was
stricken from tho hill.
Senator Haynor's resolution, palled
on tho attorney general for information
concorniug the suit he purposes
bringing against certain ncwsptpeis
on the charge of libel in connection
with the etatcmcnts made in reUtiim
to tho purchase by the United Stulus
of the Panama Canal property, referred
to tho committoo nn iudieisrv
after a strong fiirht to have it mlnnt. I
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Glaigqw, Ky.,,JaD. US. Ooe (.
the longest fox . phases ever, kaova
in this section 11 reported here froH .
Adair county, where bounds owacd
bj J. H. Hindnias mmi
A. W. ' Tarter ' chased a fox saerc
than 'sixty miles before it was caught.
The Tarter dogs started the fox
abeut dark and were joined bj tbr
Ilindtuan dogs. All nightlong the
dogs ran tho fox and jut at dawn
The fox carried the dogs over a
seven mile run five time, besides
making numerous side tracks Oft
of the entire pack of some thiiljr
hounds not a single single dog ittil
1 ho race until tho job was completed,
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parts and lurd to understand, while
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