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THAT f iiKH IS 1JNKN0,WN.HR, MVERTlSif
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Saturday, in the Court of
TREASURER - WAS BUSY
And Large Collection of Tax
es was Secured.
Office Books! Will Remain Open Un.
til ThutBday EveningCourt
In thn mull oi
)pavo to answci
-.of Jiu'oii v.
by Kob. !) liai
lloliliPd and proi-eodi'd lo 'issirii
tho dopkPt for tlic next two
wpekRl -Tile Mlnwing: levies 'havo
ltpi'it -Ri't':' ' ' i
' Kmmn. 'llpynolih nRanit , ltoaslor
.Urothbif). a civil flftlion. I'Vb. 4;
(ti'onio K. Tunipi- aj;aiiml Jnnips U.
Tobias, civil notion, Fob. .J 1 J Eiim
1 Wiseman ami otbiMVmjnlnsh
William .Midlan juul otlictsi p'vil
, , nciimi, Fo4, .r; .iieoi, Cnrtnor
A !siiit Vaiupl .Mlpinlioltct-; lniiin;pv
sb,.5; Cfiarlp.s Milloi' nffaiiil M.
M'. Molu- jaml ojhurt. civil action.
JowU. l?oliort Ynimfr, floififc busi-lipesji.aH-.tlio
i-omnimVi atrainsl .lacoli Weber.
elvil ne'tion. Feb. (I; F.lia Day
mjai'Asl'' Charles 'V. Konb. civil, ae-
liin Fob. (i; -lohii Hon- againsl fbe
' p;fjK. railwav company danij
''ffKC'Fc'b: 7,; Lj J. Ijucll amt
others. against doliii' Chriijty. appeal,
Feb. 7; two appeal cases of
, Halph lS'U,genl against llio Ij'n-
coln4 pharmacy eompanyi Feb.
7; George Parish against F. H.'
tiajtor nud qlbers. appeal, Feb., Si
...Tames. -W-. (livens against llje,Q
J)..' &.; railway company.? dam
ages, Feb. 3; Thomas Hi ley against
, tbo I'enmylvania railway company,
(Jamnge.si Vet). 12; .lwiu Albnrger,
and. others against J-'ugQiio F. Fair
field and others, civil action. Feb.
3J; John 'Weston again?! Hie ilnr.
fHk'Msilctllln I roii company, dam
WS.FM).. 13. Willis Y. Hoots
against WjUor T. Withoft, civil
'M-(ijiiri''eip 13; Lewis Almending
llrtr'lagaiiiht Henry Holinor, damages.
'??6:r0nuM William' H. HJnltlln
a"?insVi!ilip'Farmejs Insurance com
' " t"r.'
'AUliougli'lio 'bin delcrinlned to
r, cle9'i Jp -,j)opks f?a:urday, County
(rpfisnfqr Wottving has f decided
ihaii they will remain open for ta:
erillec.tioji"s until next Tluuviluy
p veiling a
lour o'eloi'l; w) I lie
bo lupied oyer lo the
Salunlav was a big day with
Ihe treasurer, over .$15,000 having
come in in colleollons. The office
was kerjt open until 8:30 o'clock
Saturday night- ior lao puipo-,0 of
awenauodating fboso who desired
10 t.lc advanlago of this courtesy
but not mnliy manvfosicd a les'ui
o do so. The collection for this
lialf of tho year will run about
yJQO.OtfO as far qs can be. estimatod J
now and .that leaves about tJVu
outstanding 'at )in time. The delin
(luenyies will'- as usual, niu about
TJii,',biggesl day.'ri colled ion was
"isomcthing over (,$.12,(100 Jmt this
i(icj(jd,ed eolleotioiB in fioino of the
.sirrounditg towns wheio taxes were
"Tlib jury composed of Julius
Hulz of Ibis city, John lfnnlny of
Caledpnia. h. O. Copolanil of La
Ituo and W. S. Wn'tkins of Pros
peel, met Monday morning pursuant
tb nif order it-snod by Jiijgo Young
and will select 150 names logo, info'
llio jury wiieoi lor Iho next. year.
The (lwv.'iig ,of, a pecin,l .grand, and.
pent jury for tho OuiffiitlaMiinrdor
trial has loft an insufficient Hum
bor of names in Iho wheol and nl
thoikgh the regular limo for put
tigyjn tho names js no'f, unlil next
"May, tip,vourt Ihouglil it 'advisrtblo
6fi nip Mio vacancies ,al, this
time, Jl will rcqu,irn threo or four
to. holeol tliQ n,nmes,
T.ho nllovnpyB of Iho Crawford
r.oputVAbnr. Hosociillons hnvo dolor
f i iniurii Biu i o jiuugo panics
Tldps n farnwpjl bannnM in
I rl 1 I !! 1
if,! (ho evening-or February R.
Tlis pvcnwlll mjit'k llio ond of a
seryico of ten years oh Iho common
pica bench ill tills district for tho
popular HncVrus. gentleman, nnd
ttiUMto "givrfnS'ris a loktliV Hf"tlMr
high ?lpem hi which lin is held
by (lip anon who lmvo bnoti most
lulfoniltely associated ,wiUi liim
during Hint lime. Quito it number
of local' ntnrneys will ntfrml from
Tim Janmry terni of ho court
of continnn pleaR tiiiiy mfw bo said
j In hn fairly opened. An pxlraor
' ilinnrv I urge amount of business
was transacted Saturday aflorncinii
and Motility imojniug and with Hie
Ooiffriftn' minder I mil oil for Hi's
w'pok itlioio is nn unusual nir of at"
tiyitv about tbt! bin- building, v
Through J- K. MeNYol ami Solis
and ( 0. Hunter, Iho llooklnjr
Valley has filed a ilomttrrtit' to
llio pptilion of .lolm IL Jones, al
legr.'.g tlinl Hie pPlilinn does, not
Sato fnols sufficient lo conslilntc
a cause of ne(ion.
William Maas was released fro-m
Ibe county jail Alnmlny morning
by reason of I lie expiration of liis
sentence. .las was venl over frotn
the court of Mayor .Scherff. wbotc
lie, with Inbn Barrett was found
guilty of stealing about 100 pounds
of pig lead from Ibe Marimi Water
eonitiuiv. The lead was- sold for
2i cent and the boys weio e.icb
fined five dollars and cosls.
roll served a few days and friends
paid his fine. Maas bad no one to
come lo llio frol for him and has
been in j'lil since January HI. .
In Ibe injunction proceeding of
Frank Sifritt against P. F. Fore
man, treasurer, for' the purpose of
restraining him from collecting cer
tain taxes which he claimed were
unjustly assessed, the injunction
has been mado perpetual and judg
ment far costs reudered against tho
defendant. ' ilU-i
Tn the matter of Fred Dieboldi
against the Marion Manufacturing
company the plaintiff has been
.warded judgment in Urn mini of
$340.15 with intercut from MV
0". lflOO. together with itlto costs o
the su't. , AJtii
. Alindipg Jiatt been mado in
Wot'llib plaintiff and also
for Iho Cineinimli JJiitilung cotmpaiiy
hi f)io matter,, of ,lho Hrunwioko
Halkf-Collouder company against
Chajles V. Koch and others, which
was an aVtion in foieclosuie.
Tho bond of William Maysc.
indicfed recently by .the grand jury
on a charge of. hor.se stealing and
.grand larceny, has been fi.vd u(
$1,000. Tho young fellow has been
unable to give the Iwnd so far and
still boards with .Shoriff Drown.
Tho dnningn case of John Thoiuba
ngiinst Iho "0. (J. & St. L
railway has been sottled at tpc
costs of tho defendant finl tljiC!,',Hp4(Jry as jtn oli bono. You no need
cost of the case adjudged against I UHnrry V01"' umbrellas to-day, u;ilcss
tbe compnnv. A record of llio' oastviW wat 'cm for looks."
is waived. " ;Hut there aro olhpr times when Mr,
Tim dnilli r ner.ro.1 W n-ii-idsmt
iho dtalli ot UeorgP .lJaulsoi
is suggested, aild Lmma A. Hue
cku. tho iulm:ni8lratnx ol Ins &
is suuiiitutcu in tho aciionoi
....... i. ..
,Qeorgo.W. Davidson against JPj).
nie I. Thomas. ,s..
,Tn tho malter o,f ls) and Tay
lor against Affrcd. 11. .Selnasehun.
judgment by tlofault haf. been en
tered against tho defendant in tho
sum of .$180 with intnrest at II pot
een I from Mav 12. innn,
In Iho divoico mailer
f. Kreh ngaih'-.t (Mint Ins" F. Koch,
-xavo has been granted lo turn over
ho mm (gaged propi)y In Iho
, i .ii .
Leave has' .been given -(lie
'einlnnl )o tdeflil bv.Fcb. 2 in
lajler of Lawson 11. DcLandor
"srainsl Uinbarn J, Parish ami
Tn Iho milter if Ihe Acme. Food
eo'mnuy ngainM Thomas l-1
Tan. leave has been eiwm
Ihe- do -
fendanl lo pnn,i lv Fob. 0.
Jn llm matter of llor.ilio Uoylns
as'iiiiNl Iho llr.'m railvyav company
loavo lo plead by Fob, 2. has been
Tho dofondanl has been given
pavo lo plead 'by Feb. 2 in Iho
nullor of Iho McCall ccmpany
agaiibt Noah CJasl.
Loavo has been, granted Iho de
heon granted in Iho mailer of
TIoiiMui S. (Simpson against Samuel
Tho eofio of Fred W. Polpr
Thomas has Iipov
left off tho dockcl .
Lavo " lo Answer, by Vebru.i rv 2,
ns'lieei) gr'anfrd rin fbo.ensp of W.
. 'Jones' against Charles 'Ntu'llitip.
-' 23rtcf 21Tcntion
Horn, il daughter lo Mr. aijd
Mrs. J-'. A. Schroder of North
Prospect street Saturday evening.
A son wa born fi Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Meaker, (f Davids street,
A dangliler Was bonl lo "ytw and
Mrs. J)avid Welling of tllad street
Oeorge W. Skinner had his loft
eye .bad badly injured Monday
morning while working at the Mar
ion Sleniu Shovel comnanv nlaul .s
A nail struck (he eyeball lacerating
it. Dr. Lower gave the necessary
W. It. Layman, of Jlneapher
.ivenim. e.v.lghl hfs lunid in ft ma
ehilie al tho Marion Klc.'ini Shovol
works Mmulay morning ond tho
litllii f 'ngor .of bis right 'hand was
aluiosl torn off. Dr. Ml. J. IiOwOr
dressed I ho injury.
Thn pipsident of llm Powell SunJ
day Seboo! il.iss ye.slelday appoint
ed u eoinmitleo lo ismio a new year
book. The membei?, of llio com
mittee will at onco begin the work.
Tho class bus a memboishii) of over
Paved with Good Intentions. '
A diplomat was talkliiK In Waslilmf.
ton nlKtut llio lal.s Aiiboroti Herbert,
son of tlio enrl ot Carnarvon.
"lie waa connected with tho Tlrltlsh
embassy beie," nald tho diplomat, "lint
after bo turned Utopian bo would
have naiiKbt to do with diplomacy.
Why, ho once addressed u crowd In
.Vow Yoilc Hlto thin:
'"'Tho mad, blind struggle for the
dollar, with no thought for the blither
llfo, Is ruining your country. The
hearts ot your men are llko tho rocks
that undeillno your great city. It Is
a Kreat city ot bard heart!;.'
"Mr. Ilerbort was alwuya original.
I onco heanl him address a Now
Year's banquet of clergymen. 'I'll try
and repeat tho address In bio own
word.?. U ran'.
'".Meeting Oils tnrtiniug the- gentle
man called Meplilsto or I)eeebub, I
gie6led lilm politely and said:
"'How aro things down your way?'
"Ho grinned and Bhook his head.
Ho pointed to tho mud on bin booi and
T " 'Wo aro In a douco of a mess down
.there,' bo said. 'This Is Hie soastfn,
you know, when our p.-nctuonla uv
bolng laid.' "
How tbe Sexton Foretold the Weather.
When anybody asks Abo Hlcki, kox
ton ot tho Hushby orthodox mcotlng
bouse, what he thinks about tlieprob'
abilities lor fair weather, Mr. Ilickfl
gives bin opinion with Iho air ot one
having uutboilty. '
"When I took my old hell ropo In
hand last night to ting hor for tlie
Christian Kadoavorcrs," Mr. Hiclia
NU1 aay on occasion, "sho'a squunchod
Aj IlJckB shakes his head at tho hopeful
l Ida do is of a picnic party.
1oUoi. ,)lnn tn May nigh Bholtor to
J u n BOtyunilhPl. P0Vt!.. hc
s, ..,,, ,.Thnin ..,.., n , n.
sava 1 1 inly. ' Thoio want a milo o
giro to my old hell ropo till yestoidhy,
but last night she's most as m'lst as
Lv'spongo, all kind o' stringy nn'
T 'trr.i T ...11 ..n T ..l.nt.t.l .,,, nfV fl.nl
10(IK. I Wit Jui niiwiii'i " "" '""i
Ontorpilso o' youis till noxt week. The
ioads'll bo nilmo after tho two days
' rain that's coming to U3." Youth's
Strong Language Used by Pastor.
Uov, CbatlcK V. Savldgo, loundsr
and pastor of tho Pcoplo'o chinch, In
Omaha, la ono nma who dally lives
and talks his piorcsslon of saving
souls, and bo Is ho decidedly sliuplo
and franlc in Ida ministrations be
cause they lmvo beeomo his chief ond
lu life that bo lnficquantly lets slip
a llnb bit of humor in bis serious
woik of tryins to' muko others feel
bright apd happy without icallnliiu
A fow days ago Dr. Ravldgo passed
ono of tho numerous Salvation Aimy
oiniK women who oio collecting .ilmi
' in. tho .pots nt miiIous down-town
' atrcct cornor.i.
"Mlbs," said tho ptencbor, with a
amllo on bis fuco, "It'u nilgbty cold
tlaudlng hero, Isn't II? Hut have
ypu thought that H heals hell a long
I Trace Fishes' Wanderings.
1 Tho wanderings of various types ol
food fishes lu tho North sea aro traces
by means of marked llsb. About CO
per cent aio locovciod by trawlers
nnd brought to tho laboratory, where
tholr record Is Icopt.
Scrap Takes Up a New Line.
Scrap Chrohltitor has gone Into malt
Jng wooden legs, his first job bolus
for Jim Hopper. Scrap says if the
railroad will keop up is end of th
business bo can make some money,
McKwen (Tenn.) New Krn
ALMANAC DE GOTHa'.
ninlorr ot Thl Old nml World 1'rt
Tho Almitmich de (lolha Is moie lllrtn
an nlmanrtc. It Is an Institution,
llravely arrayed in. red ulul gold. It lies
on tho table or every dlptomiitlsti Is Iti
eonstant request In flics newspaper or
llces of all OoUptrlos and inhkes a wider
dud more infeiimthm.ul appeal I ball liny
Bther annual of rc,frereiH,' In the world.
It Is to .imropo what ,Huike and De
J.rett and the Other peerage ate to the
HrltUlt lslcti, hud It Is.nNo the lineal
imcesitoc.atid liiotlel of such topical en
iyclopedlfl rts our U'lilttnker, our llti
7cll and rour Statpsman'ti Yearbook.
A political nml social history df the
world for Hie last 1D0 .rears could
be written from Its bnek numbers If
thee wero readily accessible to stu
dents. Hut they are not. The Alma
nacb de Ootlnt begnn lo appear 111
17(Vt, but the purchasers did not llio Jt
for reference. Tllo earliest uumbcrFi In
the Hrltlslt ititisptiiti are Ijioji' for 1771
and 178.'!, ond a eotupleto set can be
consulted t nowhere except lu ibe edllo.
rial ollleo' In Viledileh's Alice In tile
llttlo Thnrlnglan capital Probably not'
one In ten UunlMmd of IIioj'c who etir
retttly use hie atmaiUle has any hnowl
edge of'lts Interesting history.
It bad of course Its predecessors.
The bibliographies Of almanacs are
pondProuS' tomes, and the middle of
the elglit'eehtb century was the imlden
ae of tlitsUliid of literature. In Paris
nlone ns iiiany nt( Seventy-tbree alma
nacs were published in the ear 17H0.
IncliidliiR arovnl almanac, an almanac
for merchants, ail almanac for rice
masous, an almanac of beasts, an al
unnne of budlnngc, etc. The My of
Gotba Itself had Its own almanac from
a still earlier date In the shape of an
''Improved Ootlm genealogical and
writing calendar" Iho orlKln of" tthleh
Is lost tnjbe inNt of antiquity, though
a copy dated 1740 survives. -Francis
Grlbblo lit HOlbncr's.
A PEAT OF MEMORY.
'aimtvlll'n lCncmlf iIbo of the I'nuitinii
TrlHU or HUIur.
As an Indication-of the quality of
ZangwIll'Stirientiil processes I may le
httc nnJ Incfilent thai oceurred while
wo were producing "Tho (Tilldien of
the Ghetto.'i Jlr. angwlll was seated
In my oltke. and wo wore going over
some ot tmjTtfclalls of the piny, it was
the day I hall Lauiirl, intimately con
nected with the Dreyfus case lu Paris,
was assassinated. Knowing that Zang'
will had jiiHlriitt!', knowledge of tho
case, a ScitfXociL. newspaper sent a
ronroscntatlvAnn til see him. The re
pot ter tMttjrj9dajjdrfter conveying tbe
newsBnuijr jp ,
'Mr. .niigvfH,",we.,w.uit from you a
history of alI,tbqVauifoli.s trluls you cm
cull Jto.inlnd foF'o'ufc papei ."
"JmleedV" Hdl'd Mr. Zingwlll. "I
think 1 can piepare thut for you. Come
to tee iie lu three or four ilays, uml I
will have It, leafly."
"Wo wanr At now," objected tbe
newspaper nufij, M want to print it
In our paper tdlnorrow morning."
But you surely don I expect me lo
quoto you dates nnd gicts out of my
mind on the spur pf the moment, do
younskcdMr.ZangwIH in astonish-
ment. "Siuh n thing Is out of leason.'
rm sony. un i uie oi uy way we,
an make use ot It. ' leplled the news-'
lapcrmanflimly. Sir. angwll thought
u moment and then asked If he could
have my stenographer for a short time.
Ho waft called In, und Xtuigwlll dic
tated lo him then and thoio a tw'o col
umn lesuuie of all the famous dials of
history, fiom Savonarola down, and
quoted every Important date ami his
torlOal feature connected with each.
From "IsrjeJ 5foiij;vyll" vby Oeorge (3
Tyler, In Hohomlau.
Tlic CrqwiiliiK lllnti.
"Mothers anl 'litrses have devised
and lineutod nlan'y'wnys of proem Ing
obedience nnd'Yori'pct behavior from
their little PhaigoV' said a pgik police
man. "The familiar 'bogy man is still
employed, but (lie (lines change and
tho people wltli (hem. Tho last lino
day, when tio 'putiv Was filled with
motheis and nurses, I heiiu'l a new
way of appcalliuVJtd'tlie love or fear of
u child. A htyljshiy'nieised jonng wo
man leading .in' Irreprcsslblo joungslcr,
alter making U sotts of threats and
piomlses iiliijyf ,pft;ci t. .said, 'Child,
child, you MMlSufi wrinkles tinder my
eyes!' ' ev York Press.
To run u ilml llnlill.
A way to cur?n lud habit Is thus
explained by tho Hey. Samuel McComb
lu Iho New Yoik'.Wolld: If you lmvo
a habit you wli'lo gel tld of put your
mind upon It itftergolng to bed. He
solvo to discard tlljiiit bttblt at Iho mo
ment you aio laislng from bcmlton
selousness Into 'com'ploto uuconsclous
uess. ltepeat Ih'o operation several
nights, several weeks If necossaty, ami
euro will follow', poylded that the day
after (he fiist pglil(tho epeilment is
stattcd j on obej lbj impuNo that will
eomo on you to avoid tljo nechstoinod
hal'U. ,n ,
'I lie Burt 11 hoc.
"Whall risfiiugpp the Sabbath':"
exclaimed llio ceYgyinnn icpiovlngly.
"Uofi't ou know, (bat, Httlo boys who
llih on the Snbh'ath go to tho bad
place'.'" ',? r
"Huh, I guepsJluVs right," teplled
I tno dou uoy "isKUbteiny, -t couuui't w
struck no woiso piacq.uun uu." rniiu
delphta Press. "Mttilw,
" ADVERTISING AN ART.
lliW ft ShouU H. Mn.lr nil ArlTtml
Tiilli "rtfniity in li Nerlei, '
Advertising lias Indeed beeomo an
art. It remains for It to become, ir tml
u lino art, at least an art that calls
beauty to Hn i.ervlce. When It does,
much of the energy that Is now mis.
directed, much of the money tbatjs
now prodigally wasted In destroying
the world's beiluly, will be sined.
The light proccdui e Is Indicated by
the most eotiHpleuolm medium for pub
lic ndvertlsfng. The press, In lis dally,
weekly or monthly fornls, offers alto
gether the best means for calling pub
lic attention to all sorts of things. Tho
best ot public Journrils-thoso wlilili
are rccoRiiI'cd as the most desirable
medium for advertising 'ami which
consequently obtain the highest pi Ices
for their hen Ices make It n mle to
classify nud icslrlct In n Judicious
manner the advertisements that they
print. They 'online them lo certain
parts! of Ihe publication, they lestrlet
their display to certain decoioils styles
of'type, rocngiilliig that ti admit a
belter skelter dlstilbulloii through all
columns or to dlspla. tbeni lu liicolier
eiit.fasbloii iii'cmdliig to Ibe whims df
Ihe adverllsi.is woulil hugely destroy
the ery objects held III view. The
readers of these Journals would resent
Ibe Intrusion of advertising matter In
to the space et opait for news, eill
toilnls, etc., and the Inilticiice that
gIVes the advertising Its Value would
In the Same way Ihe forms of ad
vertlslug that how give exceeding of
fense to the community ought to be
resttlcted and I.ept within proper lim
its, if this weie clleeteil Ihe piactke
would change from lle public nuis
ance (lint It now Is to a function that,
lu n considerable jfleprce might ample
genuine service 1o tliitfmhlie Willi a
presentation of Its material In ui In
terestlnj? and euu oihotlchll.Vj attrac
tive fashlon.-Hylcs(eriHaxlcFln fVn
tury. . f ,
A Help to (lie lU-njqor 'llionr UKIi
An eminent AiifwTcuti;wJio while In
Paris oonsul'ed a fanioliaVphyslclun of
that city to ascertain l?1liere wri.4 any
remedy for baldness was told by the
doctor tlutt the best tiling lo di) was to
wear a toupee or wig. The Aiueilcan
said that ho always regarded lbs wear
ing of a wig as an evlilenco of n man's
vanity, but be was quite surprised
when the French physician icplled:
"You are quite mistaken. The weailng
of a wig s lugurded y th'jse who liau
caicmilj stbdli-d the subject of health
as u beneficent siileguaid. A man who
from nuy cause Inu lost a good part of
Ids hair usually loses It some time aft
er middle life, when his vitality begins
to ebb. You must bear lu mllid that the
scalp 1,1 nitod with mjrliuls of blood
vessels, and when It Is exposed with-
out the covcilng that undue Intended
to glo it u man is apt lo suiter ft am
sudden ami acute attuck-s-.nl' cold, ca-
tanh and iuilueii.u. I have olteiiaprc
bcrlbcd the wearing of a tnupoe. or wig
to a patient who bus eiiiiH' to me com
j ,,,, or hu ptnimtj. t0 Colds,
, ndMn nInD cnl(M , of t(11 nflpr ,ll0
w,, ,mH pel woni tie--,Heopbmty
ceased at once. Manv cases of
(lpnlI1Lss x ,mv0 ,traro(l lo C0,H ,.01l.
, ,,0(un.,n , hl th0lv ,, llllu
,0,t tl(,lr ,,,,. ,, ww ,wvp ,irovI(UH,
no substitute for nuturp's, coveting.
Some cases of eluonlf:,soio throat are
traceable to the same cause. In some
Instances patients suft'eihig frotn tu
beiculosls of tho Plugs lu the c.uly
otnges hae found decided protection
from folds by wealing u wig. Those
who need to wear a wig and will not
do so mint be tCgaidcd as victims of
vanity rather than those who, accept
ing' the Inevitable, make the best of
their mlst'oituue, for 1 legaul baldness
as nothing le?s than a misfortune to
any man or wotniin " Led e's Weekly.
Clill.lri-ii unit Dims,
The (hlld who Is taught to love ani
mals ami to have a dog as a compoiilnu
Is Introduced to n ft lend of Ihe tiitcst
and best kind the kind of lrlemlshlp
that laMs. Have jou never had a dog?
Then you don't know what pleasure
can be had In his companionship In
rambles, hi his quiet presence lu your
loom, his uttobliuslvcncss when human
company would bore you; a "i-himi"
who always adapts himself to your
mood when man or woman would Jar
upon jou. Hy all means cultlwito In
children it i love of animals, especially
of "man's beM friend," the dog. New
II'b mi 111 Wind. j
"Well. I'aiker. how do jou do? 1
hear that your missus has Joined Ihe
surfiagetlcs. You havo my Mucoid
"Don't mention It, old chap. It's the
best liuo she exei titiuuk. 1 never was I
ho happy lu my life. You see, sins goes
foi those parllameiitiuy chaps &u
I stiougly (hat she hasn't any Mcnui to
sp.uo lor, mo now. I'uinn.
"I'm glad to sco you didn't laugh at
.1...,. ..,... ..I., ....... ..I..... 1... r,.M .1. ...... ..
i IIHlt JM.Ul .1111 IllilU OITII IIU ll-'ll lllllll,
said tho stranger.
I "That's my gr.iu'pop," the Ijttle boy
howled. "Oh, boo, boo!"
"Dou't cry, boy. There's nothing se
rious" "Oh, wow! He sat down on my
train n' cnis, an' I'll bet id's busted
'tfwr-Calbollc dtaudafd aud Tlinwji.
THE DUTY OF HAPPINESS.
Keen Tonr rre (lo tlir.Soilliglii mid
Hmlli- Tlironli Vnitr TenrM.
I know an old innn who" has had ri
great deal of trouble' and many losses
and misfortunes; but ho started out In
life with n firm determlnntloii to ex
tract Jdst as much lenl enjoyment
from it ns be went along ns possible -not
lu dissipation, but In wholesome
recreation nud fun. He 'has always
Irlcd lo see the humorous stde or
things, the bright side and the duty qf
'Ihe result Is that, allhougb IbH man
lias had more tlinn his share of sorrow
In bis career, be hits developed the In
estimable lacillly ot making tbe best
of eu-ry situation and of alwoyn fue
lilg theuii and titrnlilg his back to the
shadows. This life habit of eheet ful
ness and optimism has brought out n
sweetness of character mid a poise uml
serenity of mind which me the envy
of all who ltnow him. Although he has
lost his pronei ty and the most of his
1 family and relatives, jet he radiates
sunshine and helpfulness uheioter lie
A man who can laugh outside when
lie Is erjlng Inside, who can smile
when be fuels bmlly, has n gieat ac
complishment. We all loe the one
who believes the sun shines licit he
cannot see It.
A potted rose liua window will liim
"lis face nwny fioiu tbe darkness to
ward tho light. Turn It as often as
you wllU It always -turns nwny from
the datkness nnd lilts lis face upward
toward tho sun.
t" So we Instinctively shflnU fiom cold,
nii'tatiHioly, Inky naluies and thru our
faces townrd the Inlght. the cheerful
and the sunshlnj. There Is more vir
tue lu one sunbeam than lu a whole
atmosphere of cloud and gloom.
Your nhllltv to carry your own sun
shine with you. jour oiwi lulu leant,
your.own light, so that, no matter how
heavy the load or dark the waj, you
will be equal to the pmergouey, will
measiue your ability m continue and
to achieve- Success.
A haibor of icfiige fiom Ihe stormy
wines of lutvcislty.
A balancing pole to him who walks
ncioss the light rope of lite
A watch width bouts true for all
time and never "runs down."'
A permanent fortification when one's
affairs are lu a state of dege.
The first peison who oinei In when
the whole world lifts gone out.
One who loves the truth and you and
will tell tho truth In spite of you.
The tilplo alliance or iho tluee great
powers loe, sympathy and help
Ono who multiplies JoyK divides
grids and whose uouoity Is inviolable.
A Jewel wluue luster thj strong
acids of novelty mid mlsfottiinc can
One who combines for you alll.o the
pleasures and benefits of society and
A thank of credit on which we can
' draw supplies of confidence, counsel,
sympathy, help and love.
One who consldeis my need befoie
my dcservlngs. London Tit-Hits' Pile
Ilotr I'lni-k Ili-ci-lxeil Hit- CUt.
Itroken l. 111 health mid bowed donn
by disappointment, Clark relit ed to
pilvate Hie lu bitterness of soul null
passed his lomalulng twentj three
years of crapulous existence In obscur
ity and poveily. I'lleuds called atten
tion to Clark's sad condition a few
years befoie he died, uml the leglsla
tuie of Virginia giuudlloquently ac
knowledged his gieat services and sent
hint u Jeweled swoul. The old help's
linger was moused. "When Virginia
needed a sword I gave her one," ho ex
claimed to llio messenger. "She now
sends me lids io. l want lucid." And
ho tin list the blade of tho costly gift
Into the ground and broke It at the hilt.
Lj innn Tew Spraguc, lu "fleoige Hob
erts Clink ami Ills Conquest of the
Middle West," lu Outing Magazine.
Till- J)ili- Mil Let-.
"The way 1 leiuned no trade." said
the man who makes Jokes for a living,
"uus to lake tiilvnntog" of every little
thing that happened to co'me along.
Whatever It inlght be, snd or gay, seri
ous or merry, I squeivtd a Joke oul Of
It. At first thej were u-ry poor, but
alter a great deal of labor I round my
brand of humor Improving. Tnie, I of
ten nuiilo my best ti lends m deadly
enemies nnd tinned cciy man's hand
against me on mute than one oicaslon,
but at last 1 tiliiuipbcij. I w.m't tell
you what my sahuy Is--you may uot
believe mo. llm jou can take my
word for It, joung man, that there's
money In making Jokes." New Yoik
A Coiinltlenile Autl i',
A doctor saw Julia Marlowe as ,ln.
llet o'io night In Pittsburg and was tro
meudmiHly Impressed, Only In (he pow
erful death scene thoio was a technlcnl
let i or. "Miss M.ulowe," the doctor said
fill a let-option the next day, " adinlred
I your Juliet proiouudly. Tho Impui-Mi-in
Hon was a work of art. Hut, put don
nio, don't ,ou know that a coipso
I doesii'i htllTeii lor at least six boms
after death V Miss Muilowo uiuweiud
lu tho dinwl that she tescrves for such
speeches, "Now, doctor, do you thlpk
I'm going to keep my iiudlcnces wait
ing six hours for me to stlrfeu'i"
Daily Market Report
UNION STO0K YARDS.
I'nhit Stock Yards, H1b., Jim. W.
Ca'tle-Hecelpts 17,r00 erttimnicu
ror Tuesday. MOO! hiurket stcnuy,
10c Imver; prime bePVert 5MI0 ft 31
por (o mwitum I in f& fi.SOJ RtrteHprn
nnd ffder I! So ?! 1.70; cows atid
helfcr.1, 2.7.i Ii' 0.25; eatniers 1 70
a.'iO; Texniifi I Tv t.W. , ;
Unas- Uocolnis :i.0D0; cillmntod
for Tuesday. 30.000; market C Q M
lilBh-r; light it.7r, ffji O.S)5 f-olih
(5.7r. !h 0 sr.; mixed C 7f. dp 7; heavy
(i 7," T 7. Of., pigs (i.10 (iTi fi.r.r.. .
airep Receipts 21.000; itlmrtled
for Tuesilaj, t.noo, mnrkct steady,
tOc higher; native sheep 3.r,0 (fp
1.05; weitern sheep, A 75
native lambs, I on ff. 7.7.r.J
li;nbs .. 25 ir 7 70
rio'oland, .Tan. 2s. Ilogn-OO earn.
Hhlpmentn 120'' head; yorkern amt
meilJiiitiF, 7.15; hrnvlq.s 7.10! best
pigs 7 2'.. stags nnd roughn -I ?)
O.ilv,- .'00 hi ad. Steady.
Sh-v) and lambs fl ens, Steady,
god to nxtrn lamlis 7 10 iv 7.H0.
ca'tb .10 caifl, Steady.
TOLEDO GRAIN. .
Tolodo. O., Jan. 28.Wheat
Ciuh 70 .1-4; May 70 7.S (Til SO; .Itlly
70 1-2- September 7fl .1.8.
Co.-jj-Cnnh II 12; May IC .18;,
10 :i... sepl ember 17 1-2.
Oa's-Oafch 1s 1.2; May .10
July 17 is, September 3.1 ,1-L
Uv- N'o 1. 70. No 2, r.S;
I'clUMa-y 8.10; Mm eh 8.47 1.2;
rll S 15; prime alslkn 7.80.
Prime tlmoi'iy 2 0".
NEW. YORK PRODUCE.
.Ww York, .run 28. Dggs-ale.
iciptH R,ift7, linn, neat by wbllo
fancy :i2. extra mixed 29 ip .10;
wesieri fleesi 20 1-2 ff 27, noutbPtli
2.1 1? 10
OF COURSE IT IS
Isn't il rather foolish lo
allow n house to stand ,
idle in this city wkn
there is a real scarcity
ol desirablo places.and
renters are watching
THE MIRROR WANT ADS
WANTED -An experienced ' farm
haifl b de j ear. Addre3, it.
WANTH1) -Installment collectors for,
lnnrchaiidiso aicount.s; good salary
and opensos Address Mnnii-
facturei. P. O Uo.x 1027, Pilling
1I1N ANU BOYS -Plumbing or Brick
laying Trndo pari. $5 lo js per diy;
wo teach you by practlcnl lnslruei
tlons In 3 months; position gdaran.
teed; free catalogue Coyne Tradi
School, 197C, Kaston Ave, Bt'.
Loulsl Mo. li-C-tf
roit SALD My modem nomo at Xi7
S. Jnmns street. S rooms and
bath, hot water; heat. Fruit,
chicken house anil park, lCO.bbK
cistern. C. P. Phelps. ll-21-tt
Hooin ovor oilr ntoro
Ohls nccoratjng Co.
i.um-a gold watch lob with lotler,
II. on bottom, Satuulny riliHit
hetvvecn rink and 2S0 Oeoita
Hewaid o 2. Return' to'
STOHAOi: WAHRIlpUSB ANDPAdK
INU-McClaln'fl will pack, ship 6i
storo your hosehold goods, quickly,
safoly, economically. LTther pliont
will cry ealea of every descrlptloU'
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction5
guaranteed. Your lutoreat 8 my'
iiuuiuti. iiiiicc lxioms, uourt ctreet.
iioiu piiniin,s, Marion. Ohio,
' 0-8.tt '
i WT0 " ' -I'H" $' "wft'i'M
i . s.