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Assaiilts His Wife and Little
WIELDS PIPE WRENCH
With Telling Effect Knock
ing Mrs. Blair Down. .
Officers Cusic and Chapman Pick
up Two Men Known to Have
Turned Jobs' at Kenton.
tin a drunken rage, at his homo on
Wilson Avenue, Chiirlos Hlalr assault,
cd hla wlfo Clara Hlalr and little
chlil and probably would havo' killed
thorn, had they no.' escaped nnd fled
to a iiplkclilKir'a for protection,
Hlalr came homo drunk and started
a rdrb house. He bandied bin wife
very roughly, and beat licr about
the body nnd neck with bis uf.t.s.
Grabbing a pipe wrench, be struck
bcr a. glancing blow on the forehead
knocking her down, Sho managed to
get up and carry her child to safety
before the husband could do any
Mrs. Hlalr, a short llmu ititcrward,
filed an nfflda'it In Iho mayor's of
fice, charging her husband with as
sault and battery, lie Was Immed
iately arrested and at his hearing
Wednesday night pleaded guilty.
'Die mayor gave blm a good lecture
on. the subject of wlfo healing and
fined him $10 and costs. Hlnlr will
also have, to serve a scnlenco of ten
days In tho county jail, lie will
F.tantl committed until tlin line and
costs are jald.
David Wider and Jake Welz,, two
suspicious characters, who have, been
spending their ilmo In (ho city for
Bovorfll days, wcrn arrested last night
In thi! West End by Officers Cunlc
and Chapman. The men am known
to havo been concerned In several
.robberies In, Kenton, and other towns
In thlq section of the, slate, and tbo
'police believe that they were plan,
blng a "burglary heVo. A Up was
j;fvin the depnrtmonL, .Tuesday night
that the men woro to rob the Me
Klnloy grocery ijtoro and the plana
was under survellhinco all nigh, the
burglars falling to appear.
Dlplz and Wider will bo bold until
lUIa learned whether they are wanted
t any placo In this section of the
Bjatoy and-If It, develops that the aro
mot, they will be told to Jump the
John Harrolt, who with William
Maas was arrested Monday for steal
ing r. quantity of pig lead from the
Water Work's company, was released
frotm the county Jail this morning
UTtcr settling his flno. .Mans Is be.
Jng hold until ho pays the fine as.
scssed against him. Each man was
lined $5 and costs by the mayor.
TJio Ias,fc sad funcnal i-iles woro
po'-formed over the" remains oil tMtss
Jfabol Welsh, at tho Baptist chinch
ill Morrol, il 1 oi'elock 'L'hursday
dftetnooji, with Rev. 0. E. Smith,
pastor of Uio Mothotlist church, of
ficiating. Tho services was to .have
been conducted at tho M. E.
church but tho attendance was so
largo Dial id was necessary lo ad
journ to , Uio llaplist cliui'di. It was
the largest, funeral over couducted
in Mortal. Interment was" iiiailn in
the .Brush JidTo coiclnery.
'Tho funeral of ijlis-s. Elizabeth
Lnuilorbe'ck was conducted Irani Uui
Agos.Lt M. E. cJiurcii at 1 n 'clonk
Thursday nrieinpon, Itov, 1). II.
iHailoy, p'.istor of i.ho .M. H. church
oi! this, rily officiated; lutcrmont
w'.'is jnado in Uio L.iIfuo cemetery.
AURORA SUFFERS (jREATLY
-0 FROM. THE FLOOD
-Ajir-oiuJ Tinl., Ijnii.a-'l'lio flood
'conditions hero aVo'Aonous, All
, tjie lower portion of tho city is
foftdod. Hundreds of families
Jiavo been driven from their 'hornet
(hiring Uio ni;,'lit. Much suffering
will bo entailed if a cold wavo
eoine, -as Uioro aro no vacant
iquscs for Mho people. A heavy
"Train, is fulling; and many factories
jliqVn beiin closed.
FAIRBANKS son says
HE IS NOT GUILTY
Slonbonvillo, 0., Jan. 17.-eroil-
Piiek C. Fairbans of Springfield,
a .sou of tho vieo jprcsitlant'apponr-
c,dj voluntarily, in court this morn-
-injr, accompanied by hi? undo, II.
NJ FiiivboiikSf ud o-Mdrnoy Stow-
-oVj of Slpringfiold. No pleaded
not jrnilty to, perjury nm bond
Vis kfurnisliod in tup sum ofi$000,
Joseph Wlgae Defies All Mlttourl to
Equal His Record.
St! Louis. St. Louis has a man who
can eat 25 raw eggs in CO seconds, and
la a famous player of harmonicas.
Ills namo is Joseph Wlgge. Until
recently he has hidden hla light under
an egg enso. Suddenly ho recognized
tho fact that bo was groat.
So, In order to tell a sporting editor
of his varied nnd vigorous virtues, bo
sent around n note. Hero's tho voiy
note, nnd this Is what ho wrote:
"Dear Sir: Mr. Joseph WjRgc, who
Is known as the Missouri original egg
eating kid. Mr. Joseph Wlggo holds
tho title at present as the champion
raw eggo eator of 'Missouri. Joo Wig
go Issues an oitcn challenge to all
comors for a purse of ?I2G to $100 a
side bet, that be can put nway moro
raw egges than any man of his slzo
In Missouri, and every ogge that he
puts nway is retained and swal!6wcd
with great relish and without exertion.
"Joo Is 21 years of age, nnd is llvo
feet nine Inches In height, nnd 170
pounds in weight, of athletic build and
bus, a pair of lungs like a Helows.
Joo Wlgge's record In eating inw
egges Is 25 raw eggen In 00 seconds.
"Mr. Joseph Wlgge Is an nctlvo
member of tho Henton Athletic club
of St. Louis, Mo. Joo is known among
his friends ns tho champion strong
boy, nnd ho is also known as the
Noith St. Louis most famous mouth
harmonica plnyor: be can perform
muny feats and brilliant effects on tbo
mouth harp; ho can play a few sped
monts of his ability on tho month harp
with his nose: ho can also give vari
ous Imitations on a Jews harp. Jos
eph Wlggo 1h woll known in society
cliclcs and athletic clubs of St. Louis,
Mo., wlicio his extraordinary virtues
are said to bo highly appreciated."
SOLOMON AS A CANDIDATE.
Professor Says King's Record Would
Beat Him for Office Nowadays.
Macon, Mo. In tho course of n lec
ture on "Honesty," Prof. W. A. Annln,
superintendent of the hoard of public
schools, said that, measured by the
morals and customs of to-day, David
would havo been lynched or sent to
tho penitentiary for a long term of
Solomon, bad ho aspired In tho sen
ate or nny other laigo representative
body, would have been turned down
becauso of It Is domestic life.
Tho speaker said, however, that It
was unfair to Judge tho.io Illustrious
men by latar-Uay standards, and
argued thut the world was piogi easing
so rapidly toward correct Ideals that
before loag only men of the puiost
honor and Integrity, both In public
and private life, would dare to uspira
to Imnortiuil positions,
Find Cure for Opium Habit.
An anti-opium crusuilo In tho Malay
stales Is meeting with great. success.
A plant said to possess the properties
of curing tbo opium hnblt has been
discover! iu Kulungor, and .this In
being distributed wholesale.
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Tho members of the Weekly Lit
erary Club held a highly Interesting
and Instructive meeting last evening
at .tho homo of Cecil Alexander at tho
corner of I)Ix and Wilson 'Avenues.
Tho early part of tho evening was
dovoted -to tho transaction of. Im-
iThoro was a goodly attendance of
tho members when tho pre-ddont
called tho moctlus to order. itoll
call was answered by select reading.
It was decided to 'hold a debate at
tho mooting to bo held noxt Wedncs.
dny ovenlng. Tho subject Is, "Re
twlved, That tho American Indian
Has Suffered Moro Fioiu tho Cruel
tics of tho White Man Than Has
tho Nogro." Tle affirmative will
bd presented by Hurry lllshrtp and
Forest Flold, while tho negative njdo
of tho iiicflllon will bo taken cure of
my Cecil Alexander and Harmon
At tho closo of the business session
an enjoyable boclal hour was spent.
A vocal bolo by Foiest Field, and
several 'piano (.elections by Cecil Al
exander, added greatly to the- pleas
ure of tho occasion, Llr.lit refresh
ments wero served .
The noxt mcotliiB will bo held nt
the home of Harmon Crock on (Jliurcii
Tho Ladles' lib broidery Clrclo was
entertained at a delightful afternoon
Mrs. A. C. Mlllei-, Stnlo street,
south, was tho hostess of the day
and tho guests enjoyed a season with
embroidery nnd art. needlework. A
dainty fipiead marked ilm iia hour,-
'fheso woro club guests; Mis.
James 11. Loylon. .Mrs. Eckfolt, Mrs,
Kdwnrd Moore ami Miss Ciirrlo Win-
At a dollRbtful incolliiir,, of tbo
Tattler yesterday, Miss' Vlo'lot Dav
idson was tbo hobtess., f
Tho nftoruobn wh a most informnl
ono wltli embroidery mid a delicious
THE MAitlOH DAILY MIRItOlL
Offered in the Famous Steel
ATTORNEY WANTS MONEY
From Clinton Foundry and
Whole Armv of Witnesses aro
Bsing Examined in the Benzler
A petition was filed In tbo common
pleas court Thursday against tnc
Clinton Foundry nnd Machine com
pany. Tho plaintiff In this action Is
lulinu C. Harrison, n New York
attorney, who claims tile company
owes him $100 for legal services per
formed on January 2, 190(!f in tnc
caso of Herman S. Mulch against
tho company. Fred W. Winner icp
resents tho plaintiff.
Quite a number of witnesses were
examined In the Circuit conn
Wednsday afternoon In tho famous
steel furniture cas.e, which l.i an ac
tion of I'losccuting Attorney Joan
II. Clark to restrain the payment, by
the county commissioners, of a bill
owing 11. F. Wade, who furiiisneu a
steel bookcase for the romml'sioneru
office. The matter was taken lo the
Circuit court on appeal.
The caso of Mary Crowley anil
others against John II. nation, a
Justice of tho I'eace iu Hlg Island
township, was iiIm tried Wednesday.
This is an net Ion In which the Justlie
decided a forcible detention two
against the plaintiff, the property In
dispute being a store room owned by
the plaintiff In Lallue. it came up
The case of Charles L. Allen and
others ng-iln-t Hiram (!. Dunn and
others, an appeal net Ion to marshall
liens was tried Wednesday afternoon
and Thursday morning the rather
Interesting case of Sarah Ueirler
agnlrul Christian lleirler and others
was taken up. This Is the second
trip to tho Circuit court Tor this caso.
I'orty.elgl I witnesses havo been Mib
poonacd. It Is an action for alimony
nnd eamo up on appeal, Mrs. Itcn--Icr
was'foimerly awarded $25 a
month alimony and when the case
wont back to the common ideas court.
thin was Increased to ?(.0 per monin
This amount was considered e.vhorb
itnnt by llcnzler and he Is again ap
Loailng to the Circuit Court,
luncheon nmoiiB its mo3t plcusurablo
features. Mrs. Cnrl Lott was a
Tho Fortnightly Club met rogu
larly with Mrs. John .1 . Sloan, of
Jccrssn street Wednesday.
Needlework was tho amusemont of
the afternoon nnd an elaborate buffet
luncheon was served at half after
Tho club guests on this occasion
wcie- Mrs. D. It. CrlssiiiRcr, Mrs.
Iroton, Mrs. Joo H. Mns-on, Mrs.
Templeton, Mrs. T. J. navies, Mrs.
Von Stein and .Mrs, (ioorgo Mc
Klnloy. Tho Amicus club, an organization
fonned for the furtherance of
friendship nnd tho social graces, held
(ho wjonil meeting of club history at
tho home of Mrs. -M. L. I'addoek,
Needlework nnil a short business
bcsslou was followcil by a dainty
iouio luiii'hi'ou. Tho session was u
thoroughly enjoyable one.
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The Ladies' Aid Society oT J')-
wirth .M. K. churcli will hold 'its
ippiit'lily meeting toiuoriNkw at'ler-
Hiion in tlio cliuich ijmrloiw. An in
lorchtiiijj ini(i)'iiin will bo leiidetvil
and a Jarce tittoiidanco is ur-jeil.
Iiw. Eva Wjlfciu uns hcless
last niRlit al a dinner jfiveit lo n
Uiriiiber of piomiiiont koimoIv pefoile
known a "Tho friends." Tho
.ifCirV was ivi'ii in honor of the
birlluliiy annivei-sarics ol" Mrs. A.
11. Ilonefuiiftor, Clr,s. Wiln ami
Mr. K. flulliery. Al'ter HioMin
Jinr Uie owuiiii; was upenl hociiil-
Cullom Is Renominated.
Sprlngtleld, III., Jan, 17,-rSenator S.
i',T. Cullom last night was, nominated
or io election to (ho United States
soimto by tho republican cuuciK TIiju
la eimlyaleul to eloctlOu,
Nettt) RrSitsh Afnhnwtnrfnr.
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from itercoi(ri)i,copjr ,M, i.jr inJattrtiul X l'urocil, N. Y
Sir Mortimer Durand has been recalled as King Edward's representative
at Washington. The appointment of Sir James Bryce, as I1I3 successor, meets
with general approval In official circles there.
BELIEVED TO BE HANDIWORK OF
Mlnneapolle Woman Owns Embroidery
Probably Worked by Mary of
the Scots' rjmouo "Lost
St. Paul, Minn. TbioiiRh a chain of
unusual clrcumutum es Mrs. K. H.
Hvuns, of Minneapolis, has come Into
possession of a ti ensure iu embinldery
believed lo bo tbo handiwork or Miuy,
Queen of Scots.v lio, during beV In
carceration InLoolih'VPn, was known
to have passed Jihl(iiy haius emlnold
l)urlnstcino nfLnnl Melville's visits
to tho unhappyiiui en she besought
him to obtuln a'i(:lfiil supply of rai
ment, of uliU:hvnli was almost desti
tute. Among otj1 things, Hie cap!lo
sovereign ohtuliigrt p.ickets of eoloied
silks, which shq iimmI in making beau
tiful pieces of uectllewdik, some of
which weio septtu. Queen ICII.abelh.
uiio 01 mi' uapjoss ipieeu s gowns
came lnlo Ihu. puusc-dslon of a Mr.
Meyers, an Ameilcnn costutner, in tho
lining of which a purpio satin embiohl
ercd upiou was found to be sowed
bidden there, doubtless, from her jail
ers by tbo queen horsolf. fonilng It
might be taken 1 1 0111 her. This apron
passed lnlo the h.ind.s.of and is owned
by a Phlladelpbl m named Sweeting.
Its coimterpait in every detail, with
Iho exception of color, Is Iu .Minneap
olis, and certain historians point to
tho fact that the queen oinbioldered
I wo, one Iu purple "and one In black.
They 'aro both made Iu the famous
"lost stitch," which Is unknown to
Under mlsernscoplc examination It
Is not at all HKe Turkish or Chinese
chain stltoh, whh h robcmblos it close
ly, but Is done in -a series of little,
tight French knot, which uie fastened
so firmly that It In Impossible to un
ravel the liillnliosiiiiul "disks of silk.
There are nniiuds of them in Mower
designs, iu colors exquisitely blended,
encased by a running silken cnid,
couched on, V mnrvclous design,
strangely artistic, yet conventional,
forming a boici-r and corner pieces
and four strips tor -tho- top of pleats
for fullness. The wonderful evenness
of tho stitches Indicates that the work
was dono by a womnn with unlimited
time at bor disposal.
Mrs. ICvuns lu- evory"ieason to be
llovo her apron to bo ono of the two
ombiohlered by Mary Stuart. Tho de
signs nio liloiitio.il, differing only Iu
color. This OMpildte-'pleco of onibiold
ory cauio to Mi ICvnna as a piesont
from her sister, who gave It to her
when sio way .1 girl of 10, with the
adiunultlon to l.iko good euro of It.
Mrs. EvatiB did not, fully lealle tho
value of her pussPSHiim . until she
chanced to see .m art lnlo with an II
liisluitlnu of 1111 apron. 300 jear.s old,
of great hlstOil(.il vahie, the desoiip
lion tallying aecui.ilely with that of
bor own ujiioii. .;,...
A woman whose work repel vod lion
orablii mention at tho woild's fair
says she spent fliieo'ii6nths trying to
learn tbo "In.si siltcih" 'bpcJii ' Iu iho
upioi), and, for all tlio wTlttfr Knows,
Is trying still "" '
Tower to Be C58 FcetPHIuh.
Now York. Ii'iToptiiltnn'i,fo hisur
alien millions will build the biggest
business ntiiictiue -In tlw woibj It
will bo u lowei Oif fecitVlilgli lo com
plolo' tbo coiup.iny'rt. Ykium building
ovorlooklng Madison Stiiliui). It will
stand 1111 tlio Klul" of Mi- Parlchuist'H
old chinch at Hie southeast corner of
Aludlson avenii" aiul l'kviiil -ruin th
street. The hum- of , Iho 'tower will bo
75x85 feet. H will rlso titjK feet from
llirt hI runt Ii'inm tli'iiiwcillnr In Uio
top will bo 0R0 fciil;' riifin the founda
lions lo the top f.OO.fl, feel. The clocc
faco will be .VIC feel itldive tho side
walk, To tell lbt UjiiOltDlunu on lop.
of tho Madison Kqunrfi .'gurden tower
Will have to look up for 'sho la only
J,Vl teol above the mU'cUV "v -
jjfe'.'i- Jim jto 1)
REDS ARE GROWING WISE.
Pile Up Minor Criminal Cases to Se
cure Witness Fees.
North Ynklnia. Wash. How thor
ouglily tho red man Is becoming
voiscd In the matter of the tbo pale
face, oven In court malteis, Is lllus
I tilted by a late case In the superior
court. An Indian was about to he sen
N'lieed for some prime and he could
not imdursluud ICugllsii. Keated In
tho 1 ear of tho room was a young
buck who hud been 1111 intcicsted spec
tator. It was known he could speak
Imgllsh well so be was cnlted upon to
Intel prol the sentence Imposed by the
Judge, which be did.
As soon as he did this he approach
ed the clerk and demanded $2, saying
thai be had been culled us 1111 Inter
pieter and was entitled lo the same
fee as a witness. Since he was 1 ailed
as an Intel preter In the court lie will
piohahly iceelw his $2 when the war
liiuts in f issued.
It Is the delight of any Yuklma In
dian to appear in com l as a witness
that a $2 a day witness fee may be ob
tained and mileage fiom the innerva
tion to North Yakima. Whenever any
weie Involved in a eiimlnal action It
bus been their cuhtoin to summon
many wllneii-es. Having as many as
possible fiom their Immediate family.
Sn ficqucnt did the Indian cases,
such as horse stealing and petty lar
ceny actions, become that It finally
dawned upon the authorities that the
pesky icdsklns were Instituting those
suits that they might obtain witness"
fees. Slnco thou there have been
comparatively few Indian cases
In ought befoie the courtv
PROVIDES FOR DOG IN WILL.
Pennsylvania Woman Also Makes Be
quests to Charity.
N'orilstnwn, Pa. In the will of
Mary Pechln Ashbrlilgo of llnso
lnonl, iccently admitted to probate,
provision Is made for a public pail;
for Hosemont, tho caio of a horse
and a dog, monetary rewards for for
mer schoolmates and Sunday school
pupils, and many chaiitablo be
quests. Theio is a contingent clause In
the bequest If her sisters nio allvo at
the tline of her denth.
Jennie (1. Klik Is made custodian
of Miss Ashbrldgo's driving horso
and fox ten lor, she Is to have tho use
of the Inleiost of $10,000 for looking
alter their comloit, and at their
death $2,000 Is bequeathed to her out
light. Tho members of Miss Ashbrldgo's
Sunday school class, "who havo been
faithful In ulteiidiincn for a year, ami
uro at present members," aro each
to iccelvo $100, ami "any who hnvo
faithfully aliendod for tlueo yeius or
mine, $300." with a lequest that
"each of those sums be safely Invest
ed towiuil 11 rainy day."
Other pioviblous Include $1,000 "to
our filehd, Mis. Juno Leveling;" to
her fjlend mid schoolmate. Annie ICs
icy Johnson, now woiklng In tbo Me
All iplssldu 111 Krnnpo; to the Phila
delphia MeAll iiUNlllury, $1,000; toiler
schoolmate), Mliumlu M. Kill;, $500,
and $1,000 lo Mis. Klik's ilutmhtorfl.
Klont and Jennie Kill;; $500 to the
lestiatilx's 'fanner. Ilobuit Lewis,
mid $1,000 to his wife; to Lower Mer
lon Ilaptlht chinch, $1,000.
"Silence. Cure" the Latest.
Ansonla, Conn. Ileglnnlng with the
new year a number of Hociety women
In this city will take tho "silence
cine." Tho "treatment Is very simple,
upd consists' of keeping tho mouth
closed. Thev cluhn that tho lesults
will be murv.dhiiin, (boneIltlng not only
the patleul hut In many cases bring
lug lecupeintHe penco to other 1110111
hers of the Innilly. 'The women cilulin
that people tulle too much, which
menus u tremendous wasto of enotgy,
ovtmfuully uiideintlnlng tho health
and bringing along 11 train of Ills Jhc
caiiHo of which few suspect. The
T. P. It. association, tho most promi
nent club Iu Iho cltj'i will dobato the
ruiPject at Itu uoU iiiuellug,
i.iirt Wf bjB.k .W,'ft, 1 1 V 't
! . I lill . I . I I
The lntcst Idea In skntcs has tho
ilunllty of folding Into compact shape,
co that It Is possible to put thorn
In a wallet, and thus a pair of them
may be carried In the pocket of a
coat or tucked away In the Interior
of a lady's muff. The appearance of
tho folding skate on the foot is not
materially different, fronl tho non.
folding type, so familiar to nil. Dili
when tho Implement Is removed
from tho shoe, tho locking mechanism
Is hinged in such n manner that the
projecting parts repose In a position
parallel lo the blade. Thus the awk
ward bulk of the skate 1 transform,
ed Iu to a flat shape a half-Inch in
thickness, and In this insitlon It
slips Into the pocket of n wallet The
other sknte slips into a co-respond
ing pocket, and the . wallet being
closed, makes a package a trifle
more than n half.Ineh In thMino-,
nnd of o length slightly greater than
thnt of the skate.
Daily Market Report
La- Buffalo. N. Y.. Jan. 17. --C.il-iIp
IU'iolpts W head; market fl 111
Veal calves Hecelpts 100 hmd
Ma.rkel netlve and steady. Top raN
0.75 15? 10.00; fair to good 8 25 (f
0,50; heavy calves 3.75 0.50
Sheep and lambs Hecelpts 13,000
head; market active and steady.
Choice lambs 7.75 7.SG; cull to
fair (5 tf? 7. ;.': yearlings 0.25 di1
G.75; wethers 5.25 5.75; ewes 5
Tv 5.25; mixed hhecp 5.25 tfi 5.50;
cull cbeep 2.75 Qi 1.25.
Hogs-Receipts 1,250 head. Market
farlly aetlvo at steady lo easy val
ues. Yorkers fi.S5 C (!.!I0; pigs 7:
heavy and mixed grades. 0 so HT
i! S5; loughs 5.50 (ft li 10; stags,
1.50 Tt 5.
UNION STOOK YAIlDfi.
I'iiIoii Stock Yiiids, Ills.. Jan. 17.
Cattle- Receipts S.500; estimated
for Friday, 3,000; market slow,
slcady. Prime beves 0.10 & 7; oor
to medium 1.1C fy 5. SO; stockeru
and feeders 2.50 fT '1.75; cows and
heifers 2.75 (fc 5.25; caniiers. 1.50 re
2.00; Texiins I ff -1.00.
Iloge-Uocelpts 30,000; estimated
for Kilihiy 30 000; market 5 tOe
lower; light 0.25 (Tp 0.52 1-2; rough.
0.25 P 0.10; mixed 0.10 iff 0.57 1-2.
heavy, (i.50 ? 0 57 1-2; plgn 5.70 fff
Sheeii-Uecelpts 10,000; estlmnted
for I'llday 10,000; market steady:
native sheep 3.10 ff? 5.05; western
sheep 3.75 (fP 5.00; native lambs,
t.75 (Jr 7. SO; western lambs, 1 .'.HI ifi)
Cleveland. O.. .Inn. 17. Hogs -Lower.
Receipts 30. Shipments
800. Yorkers, medium nnd hoailos.
0.05 Q1 0.75.
Calves Lower, flood to extra S.50
JT 8.75; fair to good 7.50 (fi 8.
Sheep and Iambi Lower. Receipts
10. Choice ewes 1.50 S 5; fair to
good I 1.50; choice yearlings 0 fit
0.50; fair to god 5 T 0: good to
extra lambs 7.10 if? 7.50; fair lo good
0.75 & 7.25.
Cattle-Slow. Receipts' 10.
Pittsburg. Pa.. Jan. 17. Cattle
supply light and mniket steady.
Choke G. SO J7 0.10; primo 5.50 g
5.75; good 5.15 & 5.10; tidy butch
ers 1.50 (fi) 5.10; fair 1.10 5? 4.50;
common 3.50 fj I; choice bolfeis.
1.25 (Ti 1.50; common to fair helf
"rs 2.50 f? I; bulls 2.50 t; fat
cows 2 fp !; goo dfrcsh cows and
springers, $25 $50; common to fulr
$10 & $20.
Sheep and lambs Supply light;
market slow. Prime wcthors 5.00 0
5.75; good mixed 5.25 (f 5.50; fair
mixed 1.75 f? 5.20; culls and com.
mon 2 & 3; lambs 5 7.00; veal
calves S.50 S.75; heavy and thin
1.50 (fT 5.50.
Hogs Receipts 15 doublodccks;
market fairly active. Prime heavy,
0.75; medium 0.85 0.00; heavy and
light yoikers 0.00 (ff'0.92 1.2; pigs
0 00; roughs 5 11; stags I 1.75.
C'hii'.Wi, Jan. 17. Wheal l-'J
mil 1c higher; M,iy sold belweeu
7(1 1-S and 77 Id. opening: at 7(1
1-1 nude losing nl 77 l-S hid. .Inly
belweeu 7o 7-S nnd 7(1 .'1-1; open
ing at 7ll anil eliding- tit 7(1 :i-l;
'n. 2 led winter 71.
SlicirU were bifj buyers lale
rthile the olTeriu weio mall.
('urn .'i-S mill 7-S'c higher; May
sold helwneii -II 1-S ami -."i l-S,
peiiiug: nt d I :t-S ami elosinjr al ."5
1-S; July belwepn -II 1-S ami l.'i;
ii)euiii! al -11 :i-S and el isim; al
l.'i 1-S; No. II vol low 11 ami II
J -'I. jfFI
IVovisiou inleiesls lioughl tin-.
1 'ereal in larse !is on Pnieifjii m
coiinl. Local shorls liouchl Inn and
weie influeiieeil by lij;ht ipceipls
we' weather ami cinIi ileni.iml heie
O.il.s :i-R and :i- holier; Jlav
sold Jietwciiii .'17 Ti-S and ,'!S 1-S,
meninjr it !I7 Ti-S and closing- ut :tS
1-S,; duly bet ween .'11 fi-S ami Jirj
l-d; oH'uins: at :il ,ri-.S and closing
it .'!; 1-1. Xo. J while :17 l-'J ami
Xew liuyiiifi' was a feature while
the selling was. slow and cuiilious.
ProNisions Weio firmer hut dull
"losiiifr 2 1-2 ami nc higher. Jfay
nroiliicJs nuiKCil: 1'oik III. fill In
1(1.07 1-2. lard n.d7 1-2 to 11.07
1-2; ribs (1.12 1-2 In 0.20.
Toledo, Jan, 17. Whoat-Cash
May 70 7-8; July 78 C-S.
Corn Cosh 41 1.2 May
July 4G 1-4.
OatsCash 38 3-4; May 89 3-4;
Itye-No. 1, 70 1.2; No. 2, f.S 1:
No. 3, CO 1-2.
Clover-ecd Cash 8.fi2 1-2; Febrii.
aary 8.(57 1.2; March 872 1-2; April
8.fi2 1.2; prime ulslke 7.75. -rt
Prime timothy 2. Ofi. v
NEW YORK PRODuOD:
ew York. Jan. 17. i:bsr Hec'elpts
G.317 paikagcs; firm. Nearby white
fancy 35; extra mixed 31 p 32; 'west
ern fine."! 29 1-2 0 30 firsts 20; sec.
onds 27 (fiSV8. southern 23 5? 20.
OF COURSE IT IS
Isn't it rather foolish to
allow a house lo stand
idle in litis cily wkn
there is a real scarcity
ol desirable places.and
renters are watching
THE MIRROR WANT ADS
WANTLU A night watchman who
in a llcpimeii fli email, at once. Ap
ply to (lebhart Piano Co. l-10.3t
1 IJN AND IlOYS-i'liimblng or llrlck"
laying Trade puyi. $5 to $8 per day;
wo teach you by practical Instruc
tlnns In 3 months; position guaraii.
teed; free catalogue. Coyne Trade
School. -l!)75, L'astou Ave., St.
Loulsl Mo. 12-5.t
W'ANTHI) A wTitnan over 21 years of
age, of good character, who hi
etierKetlc, In look after business nt
1111 old established company. Per
manent occupation for right party.
Address Western Ohio Viavl Co..
Itooin 3 and I, Masonic Illoek, l-'on-toria,
POSITIONS FOH AUOITORS. ,
Men tlinniiRlilv 1 xp.'rn'in ! In iip-lnilatnni.
eriiinliiii; iiiul iiiiiIIIiiik nit'iliotls :iml e-iip.vl.lt ir
lm.tnlliiiK ni-n mmihhi.imiiIiI lianiofliialicriulrt
HMltimiN lltil in i.nr l.'uniiwial SlOiW S-Wl niul
ui. (ii)mriiiiiiii- 11K mp...ii i'(iniiii3lnluiri-rs,
l'mri"iBiiiili-iii siIkiiuii I.mi'iiIIvm utnl'I'ii'li
ulcnl iim-ii Wini iiii.xinv .LiiliiKi'tin'rii-iiifiulul
Nisitinii il"-In -I ,1 iini'"-. 111 M cllli-il
IIAI'llUOliS 'Inc.) Drain Ilrukcri.
fill I'nrk lllilc., I'lll'liurit .
p IMiiiM.liu , I eo'n
W3, Williamson Uldg.. Cleveland,
m Park llldK., PiltaliurK-
VANTi:n-To do lioiiMiwnrk , In
small family. Call or address 511
West Chinch street. 1-15.31
1)U salh-TIupp houses on Cir.
ard Aenue. cast side, between Co.
luiublu and Uellefoiituluo Avenue.
Inquire u t 117 1-2 South Main St,..
or Citizens Phone. 1301.
KOIt SALH-My uioili'm bomo .U3T
S. James street. 8 rooms and
b.ith, hot water, heat. Fruit,
chicken house and park, 150 bbl.
cistern. C. P. Phelps. 11-21-tf
KOIl SALK-A 12 Horse Power llul)
or l-mglne In good condition, a bar
gain if .old at once. Inqulio nt
rulrhnnks' Sie.un Shovel office.
I'OH HUNT Room over our storo
15x00 feet. Ohls Decorating Co.
KOIt KKNT-A barn.
Noith Main Street.
luqulro at 325
I'OH HLNT-Ono nicely turnUhed
fiont room, modern convenlenccj
Centrally located, fientlemen pro
fened. Call Citizen 2S:i; Hell HI L.
WANTHU Transfer ami storage work
of alt kind. New clean ctoro room
nt reasonable rates. M. L. Paddock,
Oak street. tu&th
AUCTIONHUHINC J. W. Clark
will ciy i,ales of every description
ut leuMiiuiliIe rntf-c. Satisfaction
gu.iiantced. Your interest 1 4 my
intercut. Oftlee looms, Court street.
H0M1 phones, Marlon, Ohio.
CHASE REAL ESTATE CO.
90 acres of land, tiled, fairly woll
fenced, about 8 acres of woods,
nasi uro' new small barn, 4 roo'n
house o 1-2 miles from Prospect.
Cheapest farm 011 our list only G5
Best business location in Marlon,
on West Center street, f7 1-2 feet
front, corner lot, largo dwelling
that can be faced on Garden street
anil rent for $:$0 per month and l
rooms, !J 'stories and moro with
basement can bo built ami the
wholu lented as soon as completed
at a net investment about seven
0 illl Sltpn p003 1! 1UUAV uo JJ,
CHASE REAL ESTATE Co