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BtKik and Job Printing ot all kinds neatly and eieaionriy execaied at the lowest prices. And 1,200 KIIi,rrli'.l'" llae. ,. . !!) !.. fl. , ; p. i, i wututi it Ml'lllThS. 1.75 ,.,,' i r 1 wiit iii ii tnuths. a.io ; :, .t l ;ilnn Hie jear.. Zi.6 ,e...i r. outside f the county 7 - .! i er rear will be charged to wIM tfie ?.tove terms be de-,.,,,-e wno iloc i WDf nil loetr -.vine !ti nuvhric mu; not e lite .uie ietiiK A3 ihese h '.e'ilii"3i":!y uuileritood froc JAS. C. HAS SON. Editor and Proprietor. HE 18 A FREEMAN 'WHOM TBS TRUTH MAKES FREE ADD ALL. ABB SLAVES BESIDE.' SI. CO and postage per year In advance. VOLUME XXX. EBENSBUliG, PA'., Fill DAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1896. -NUMBE1! 7. if V tf Ii If f '4r fv I- f " . . v.er ttetor you t'.p it, if no. -t',s ' i. v.jh- .iv otr.erwt.-e.- . v -a ' ; -:!! :. t.rt. Vein Face SWHI be ' " sn:ie, after you invest in a ll tCJIPPEO WITH ITS NEW PINCH TENSION, TENSION INDiCATOI? AN.O AUTOMATIC TENSION RELEASER, r.r. 1 few 1 useful devices ever zz machine. I I Durably and Handsomely Eoi!!, tf Fine Finish and Perfect Adjustment, 1Ses ALL Sewable Articles, ' v ?--.; .-.r..l please you up to the full J,;,-; r ; -'. itioas. A- I'r. vtKt.s Wanted in unoccu- 1 :. i.iUTil tenus. Address, WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO., CLEVELAND. O. i r i a 3 J. f !t i cures Catarrbj soriv-us c :e3. even in To r-ct in Ca "coM in imrr'-dl ite relief tarrh, or a hard the head,' of just put a bit: Sp1 r iv the sire of a pea, into each nostril. it's tne quickest remedy ( for Skin Diseases, Sora Threat, ;, Strains. Suisniif.c American I r Agency for ;1 1 - T ? CAVEATS. TAOE f ARKS, DESiCM PATENTS, GOPyaiCHTS, etc. i .:i rir.' 1-, in Aijw-Ti'-n. -.I.i !. f iri tut ' t I A - v yS'" -t. t . (fw York. r3 rv t; 5 m &4 if t J IW -5 J '.i;tinMl. an-t all IVtr Moderate F. U. S. tent Office. I'lOtO, tt if h rt.'Ttp- r ?i.il. free ef -.!. i.i i. .rrjrmt, ". I'.-.tiTlt-."' tt ltl stale, lotiuty, W P;A.SNOW&CO. TfiiTTOH'S c TLLJ - - . o , MUSir a ." 'lr1'- f's in all kinds of fc,"iU5iCAL MERCHANDISE, - j. 1 1 7 Kat iith St. . New York. WO ISEnTS gJE". ! ! :n ect'ts. ( r nm Sr., N. V. i i i . jm. r i "" p " '.;;:;" iv.:::.:..:;;:; gjjijv iii I "im k i-i-1 I 1 - r t-tt re-.j.t ol I I II i k-t "A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, SHAVE WITH." IS THE PROPER THING T"zzmzzzzzzzz'zzz 'zzzzzzzzzzz zzzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzi : I : i t '.mtMmJBSL MOP (US i Vou lu liol r.s to loiillc our Amv for Fall ..n.l Winter. We Mi-!)"s I'.l:ii k mill I'.l Im-:iyi-i- r.ri-n-l.il. - AII-WWi Kit i v Ovi-riii:lts, 1. 1 1 11 ... Men's i ir:iy l";iii;i Suits, .M--n" i'.hu k -'tu vii.t Suits. :il'.-v. nl. Men's l'.in.- ( lu v i.i ui s. a!! u..l Men's :ii!-. i! I'.'ii.. I'.I.iek (. hevi.it i- nut v i'. i t ii. i iitev r '.'iihir t tin- (riee. All -Wii.il fl:iy W..: l l. -l. ll I'.I.iek V..It 'itil.lri-ii's Sni.s, Yiiiti:" Suits, cnits, S:iek all (u 'Ii n DUR GENTS' FURNISHING- DEPARTMENT is lull up in all the newest ami latest uoil.s anil you can get them at prices you can ailonl to pay. Ever at Your Service, hS1ULLENJ THE CLOTHIER, LILLY. PA. FARMERS! 1 rL Z& M B When vou want GOOD FLOUR take your ;rain to the OLD SHENKLE MILL in Ebensburg. The FOIL ROLLER PROCESS for the manufaeture of Flour Shenkle Grist Mill in Ebensburg am but FIRST CLASS Ifrinr in vour rrain and "rive rnin in ground separately anl you et the Flour of your own wheat. If formers wish to exchange grain for Flour they can ilo so. The Mill is running every day with the II EST OF POWER. PROPRIETOR. Why pay 60 to 90c. a BEST WOVEN FOR 13 TO 60rodsaday. Over SO styles. Illustrated Catalogue Free. I KITSELM AN BROTHERS Rideeville, : i'T -.ir.x. ll iff or.! rfui:y tfli M-ktu ID Jul ll hnmai J-nt. I . inKitjt;, 4 alMrrh. lonlliNrhr, nd othT nilm nt hr pain i n att-n1-nnt. Try it. Al !rir rt--. .r !.y nuul m WINKELMAVN A KltOWN Ikl i CO., i;ulllre. MJ., I . K. . F. X. FEES' Shaving Parlor, Main Street, Near Fcst Office The uiuler!cie.t .trslre to Inform tbe pub lic ititt li bun een..t a i.bv!nit pur or on Main inreei. near tlie po-t office where trtrlnu in 7i it t.ranohea will t carried on In the future. KvorTihlnir neat and Your p nmn -ire otwltt. clean. K. X Cassidy's Shaving Parlor 1 o-ate.J ri'Br the wirner ol Centre anil Smple treei'. Si avnm. H Or t:mtlnif anil Sli.imr.oo t... ....... n tK. lent and li manner. A ! .hare ol jronr falronane OAStiiv. 3 EEKTS WAITED bj .M r.ll.1! rm t 'it.'r pr'.Hri. num ulr-.ntllltl U. -l Kr4wj, - BUT NOT TO FOR HOUSE-CLEANING. business for S sire ready and what have Uvi - rcii:its. Siu-'U Ullil I i ml li S4 7"i Italian in. I s'.i.mt l'.l:n k till, 1 I '.In.-. $S.tKI ; S SI (K S"l IK s."lHt nit in tin . Sld.tHl - Stilt. tln rn-rili'sl pri.-i' i-veiy lii-ii S7.:m S.(KI -!(. IN) l J.tNi t INI 7"m-. to .sr.. ini ."..."U t.. H.(NI till. 1 Frmks T has been put in the OKI nl turns out nothing WORK. us a trial. Each man's rod for tone when you can make the WIRE FENCE ON EARTH 20 CENTS A ROD? H 2ll3 J noT9sin.'iuuii d"wm, ygv,Kl 3 and chicken tlshf. A man E a Indiana THE KEELEY CURE IsiitTial lxii to tu-inw TTi.n v. Im, luivint; lrill. il iiuii.ii-eio.iJy i ri . ih. .ir.l.k leil. t tiii.l aakcn ! IsihI I !:. i;!ei-.. ..f n ieeholini tii-tfa.sl liT'ii:.'. .u, n-adiaiii-T t.iei.. iiniit t. i.inuam- nf lairs re.-iirin? a -l. nr l.rain. A l..ur weeks Cuiirr-e ef treatment ai iiic PITT5BLWG KECLEY INSTITUTE. No. l.'t'j Filth Avenue, rrt.-rr to th.-in all their powers, mentnl nnd j.liyieal, .l.-tr.iys the Hln..rii.:il oii-ti!f. ami wiem M the coii.lin.iii tliev i ere in lie- f..re they imliilir.' 1 in sliiaiilaiits. Th is lias 1h-.-ii Line ii inn tliati I'.sl cuss Ireale.l her.-, ami inn .iitf f lifin miiie of y..iir r. n n.-iirhl.ti-s, to w liieii iv e nn refer with r.iit"nleiii-o as ! the l-o!ii!e snlety an. I ettieii-n.-y of the Kcelev I'lire. Th.- fnlli-j-l ami in.ril s.-uri tiiiiL' iuv.-rtK-ati.m is nviteil. ud for uui.ti!t.l f'viiig full iuiuruui .ion. xuk 2.04. THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE I Write to T. S. Qviwcf.y, DraM 136, Chicago, Secre tary of the Star Accioent Company, for information regarding Accident Insur ance. Mention this paper. By so doing you can save membership fee. Has paid over $UU0,(MJ.00 for accidental injuries. Be your own Agent. NO MEDICAL EXAMINATION REQUIRED octu. em RAZER AXL .Best in tbe World! : Get the Genuine! Sold Eieryihere! GREASE 3T rwf MISS BUY AN "S LAST CH Y Heard by a Lady Going Home In Her Carriage. LULU -MAY iIOI.I.I(;WOP.TH LIF.I. The I uriianapo! i Cire a lit-r Vtorie Art I uN? Alnxol n 4VrlaiMtr Thai citt .JacliMxi l nrlerl llin I'oor Giri by llehrading IIt. Cincinnati F 1. 12. Nut a stop of progress Kas liOiii niaile i..v:irl 111' soln f.oii cf ti'.f. Pt url Ilryan iiat'-l.V. Jt. lias te( 15 clearly est. il.lisli.il tl.af, Pi-arl Eryan cimliiliiigly put lii-rself into llio hands of tier lM'trayor, S olt .larksnu, on Munilay iii.rlil-. Jan 27. trnsliiiK liim to save, hir and her family frnni innrti fication ami slianifi. It was a raise of the fly piiiif; to the spi.lt-r for ili-livor-anre WIiitc tlm tM 'iiilulous cirl Ftaynl on Monday nilit ami Tinday lil'-lit. Jan '27 ami 2s, is known Ih-voihI a ilniil.t Win ri sin: slept Wi'ilni-Mlay and Tlmi-vdav nights. Jan. 2!l ami :jO. have rein.iineil missing! links up to tlm prtwiit writing )n Thursday forenoon anil Friday liifiht thui was si'i-n. Willi thiM xi i ptions, her w hole history from V (li:"xla v inoi iiiii. when she left tin. Ir.iilana limine, up to Sulnrday morii iii, when lu r unknown headless InmIj was found, remains a hlank niyslery. Tin story of .Miss lollinswort h si-e-iliL' her in Indianapolis on Jan. 2S. is f5. loded hy the elalilished fart Hint sh. "was hero on Imth tin- 2".lh and 2sh Two ear. Tnl )ust mortem examinations sil.sol-.it ely f-xelud,. aUntion. urinal or att' inpti-il. as we'l as death by Jioison-itif- Tin? univei-sal lielirf Inri' is that the Indianapolis irl is romaneiii Tho knife rv.ts on tlie jHH.r girl's hand made v.liile st i iilintj for lifi with Iht mur lf rers, and the jmmiI of I.IimmI whern she Jay, set at rest tl,i theory that she w:tH tirst killed by ana'sthi.-ties anil then taken out and Ix-hcaded. A Kentucky woman piins home in hrr ran-iaK'" late Kriilay nipht heard a woman's sere:nn followed l.y sili'iim near l'ort Thomas. Men ill Vivinton ami Ni-wirfvt, Ky., ri'ini'inher scriiifi a vihi.'le pasiiig at an unusually late Lour Friday nijjht ilriven at preat pp-e(i. l).-t-.-ti ves art; workiin? lh.su flues. Not a tiaro of t ho head ha 1m--ii found. Ai. Indianapolis f.p-cial says: Aftor doiiij; more or less talking hiiln May Hciliiiysworth, who has made herself notorious hy her alleil knowledge of ti.e I'earl I'.ryan lnnriler, has ln-cn re 3t ased from police headquarters Pv lire Supei ititendeiit (.lollmr s;iys that ho is satiflied that the ki"1 'ms lx-on lying all the way through, and as the Cincin nati iolice say that they do not. want her, the Iniiianaiolis police have no further use for her. LOUISVILLE GETS THE MEET. Thr L. A. W. Kit-els Slt-rliiit: Kllit.t l'r. I.lt-iit M nrpliy I tibial eiL FALiiNionK, Feb. 12. Sterling Klliott of Massitchnsi-tts has 1kcii elected presi dei.l of the Juitnie of American Whei-l-ru'-n Jiiul Iionisville selin-teil as the place for ht l.liiij; the next annual meet. CiTh.-i oflicers i-l-ted wore: Firt vice J resident, Charles F Oissuni of New York : second vice president, A O. ? rri-on of Wisi-onsiu ; treasurer. K. S H:.rtwell of Colorado ; auditing com mittee.. J. F. Adams of Massachusetts, chairman ; J. J. Van Norte of Pennsyl vania, and ti. A. McCarthy of Colo rado The ri'-in; larl has divided to re instate Charles M. Murphy, who ha. In ii tii.der si-nti-iice of life siisjioiisioii for all. peil rrookoilness in thiowitig a race il St Iouis last summer. It is asserted that Titus made a state n; t.t wl.K h i xonerated Mnrjihy. lmt imply ated Titus and Cahanue more ce !y than ever, and the sentence of ii. tiii'.te rv.speiision against lliein will Mar.ti ECTH SIDES lying tow. Nt, l:-P.r::t' tttf-vela.itiiit-iittt In lite li'.cl Stnalunitl ICt-M. Flv an f: r v,i;t, Ky., Feb. 12 -Tlirre is fery iriieatiou that Imlh sidi are ly irjfc lew in the senatorial lace The Tie- tU::ii.s do not think that Senolor itp- i i!i"ife. w i unite sick, ran stand the ira:: n.urh longer. His son said that tif hm not troiny to allow his father to teCf irdix- his life much further, and if M ii: t l.inp iiocs not h.ippeii in the sena te. rial ballot this week he will lake hif fjlhT l.f ine Snmlav. A all of I I.e. roll showed 122 memlMTS pr-s. :.l Alio votnij;; necessary to choice. tn Tli- n- wen seven pairs The bal 1. resi.lfcfi : Hunter. ;'i7 ; P.laekbnrii. fn , CaJ hsli . 2 , McCu ai y, :l . P. F IVn t.i tt. I ; I M Cot hran. 1 ; Pale. I : Holt, I Hr.i'lir's friends declare that if he car. i el L- tJe. t.l no other liepublican feLail fFENCH CABINET 1 OTTERS. Bourgco Mlnl.Hl Sla? I-all I.ikr Thai nt ll . PiKIS, F l 12. The senate l.y a vote of I j;- to 8." has rejected the demand of M bor-rt-'C C'is. the premier, for a vote of fcr.h..ieii"e on t lie question of the ioutli ?rr. railway scandals. The senate then aexj'ted a resolution deprecating t lie ir Tf pulanties and deiiiamlinp a searching inquiry The cabinet met afterward ami ueeified not to resign, but to en ieavi r to obtain a vote of confidence in the chamber tomorrow. The Poar-rcois cabinet was formed in Noven.Lcr hist, in succession to the Kibot cabiiut, which came to its fall ou this srj:f .piestion of an investigation of the outhtrn railroad scandals. T lovr itiit. a Suililen Heath. Chicago. Feb 12. Application has teen made for jH-rmissioii to exhume and hold a jost mortem examination on the body of the late Mark Maher, who died in Hot Springs. Ark., al-out a week ago while on his wedding trip. Maher leaves an estate of S2o0.tHH. He had recent lv been divorced, and his first I wife claims that the decree was ob tained bv fraud. rarkfi Agrm to Grant Amnoty. CoTatioi-le, Feb 12. The porte has -.informed the ambassadors of the powers that it agrees to grant amnesty to the Armenians who have been, for a long time past, besieged by Turkish troops ill the town of Zeitoun. after re volting against Turkish rule and captur ing about 400 Turkish troops with their arms and ammunition. State of the Gold Keaerve. Washington, Feb. 12. The treasury his lat $H23,O00 in gold coin and $10,800 in bars, which leaves the true amount of the gold reserve $51, 939,403. DEATH FLOOD IN CLEVELAND. Houaes Swept Away and Live I-it bj a. Water Main Hunting. Cleveland, Feb. 12. An immense water maiu bursted. with terrific force on Franklin a venae hill, jAst west of Cuynliofa river, and with the great volume of water that ionred out several hundred feet of the hill, on which was locutiil many small houses, was washed into the river. A small one-story frame house, occu pied by Mrs. Mary Ravey, 60 years old. No. 9 Fanklin hill, was inundated and with its contents was hurled into tbe river. Mrs. Ravey was drowned. A New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio freight was passing at the foot of the hill at the time, and the force of the water carrried several cars into the river. On the cars were three of the train crew, and the men were carried dowu with the cars. Two of the men jumed before the river was reached and escapeo, but Conductor Maloney was dumped into the river, and but f r the assistance of the tenders of the Columbus street bridge would have been drowned. The engineer was badly in jured. Houses we're washed along or dropped into a great pit scooped out by raging water, and much damage was done. Many narrow escapes from death are reported. John McDermott, who lived in fh rear of his saloon, comer Franklin avenue and Columbus street, narrowly eseaiied drowning with his whole fam ily. McDermott carried them ail to the street in their night clothes. Edward Cotter, a recluse, had a nar row escape, his house being turned up side dowu. FIGHT WILL TAKE PLACE, So Say the ITnlted State Connul at Juarez. Near Kl I'a.o. El Paso. Feb. 12. Consul Bedford, an American representative at Juarez, thinks the Fitzsimmons-Maber fight will take place. He so declared in an interview. What action he will take he declined to say, but admitted that he had received instructions as to what he was to do in the event that the pugilists attempted to meet in the ring. Nor are declarations of the governor of Chihuahna and the mayor of J a are z greatly out of join with those of the American consul. The gist of the Mex ican official's remarks ia : "If we can prevent it the tight will not take place." From the character of the country it is believed the fighters can cross the boi der, bring off the fight and get back to home territory before the Mexican sol riiers can reach the battle grouna. 1-ikxIi Kertor, tne Kinetosoope man, says the fight shall take place He says that through the kinetocope plan is the only chance for him to get back his f 1 1, 000 and Dan Stuart his $30,000. The final money has been posted in the hands of Tom O'Rourke. selected as final stockholder. A JOHN BRIGHT NEEDEO. Duke of Devonshire Says III luflneacc Would Have Held Our Friendship. London, Feb. 12. The Duke of Dov onshire, lord president of the council, in unveiling the statue erected in the cen tral hall of parliament to the memory ol the late John Bright, said there uevei was a time when the presence and in flu ence of Mr. Bright was more sorely missed than at present. He referred tc Mr. Bright's great respect and admira tion for the institutions of the United States and to the sympathy he felt foi American people. In so doing the sieaker maintained that Mr. Bright ' as much honored and respi-cted "by the people, on the other side of the Atlantic as in our own country." In conclusion the Dnke of Devonshire lamented that at the present time there wna no influence so potent for the pres ervation of the friendship bet ween Great Britain and the United States a& that of Mr. Bright would have beeu. Potter May Have Heea Murdered. San Francisco, Feb 12. Further in vestigation leads to the conclusion that H Cranston Potter, the Taroma mer chant, whose liody was found near the Clitl house, may have been murdered instead of having suicided. Potter was a brother of James Brown Potter and a iitphew of Bishop Potter of New York. More Gold For Hond. New York, Feb 12 Deposit? of gold have been namerous, but sub-treasury officials say that they ran only general ize as to the total amount, owing to the great number of small deposits and to the turning in of gold certificate! Ap proximately fl,0to,0O0 more has been credited to bidders for the bctids. Shot a .leweler and Hi Wife. Newton, la., Feb. 12. Chas Phares has shot It T. Smith, a jeweler and Im wife, and then blew his own brains out. Smith is still alive, but cannot live. Nl cause for the deed is yet known. Kat Shea tlvclrocntcd. Dannemora, N Y.. F:b 12 Barth olomew Shea has died in the electrical chair, paying the penalty for the mur der of Robert Ross at Tioy in March, 1894, in an election riot. Illness of Manager McVleker. Chicago, FeB. 12. James H. Me Vicker, who has been stricken with jiar alysis and is not expected to live, has been for net -ly half a century a promi nent theatri al manager and one of the best-known and most universally re spected men connected with the stage. Te Kecognlie Prince Ferdinand. Constant inople, Feb. 12. The sultan has ivited the powers to recogc.126 Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria. PITH OF THE NEWS. Barre, he French sculptor, is dead. The St. Paul left New York for Newport News to lie dry clocked. Michael Davitt may succeed Justin Mo t'arthy ns the Irish leader. By use of the Ronegten ray a needle was located in a Berlin young woman's Slomaeh A llammonton (X. J.) young woman Is critically ill from the effects of a lightning shock she received two years ago. Secretary Carlise has designated six na tional banks In New York as depositories for jwiy meiits on account of the new loan. Newport, Mass.. advices say that there Is a probability that eight persons were lost on the wrecked Florida, one being probably a woman. T. J. Dcln, a brother-in-law of ex Prcsidetit Harrison at Ottumwa. Ia., said that (ienerul Harrison, though friendly to all candidates, is particularly friendly to Senator Allison. In the suit of Johnson at Memphis against the Iron Mountain Railway com pany, for $15,000 damages for breach o.' contract ana blacklisting, the jury re turned a verdict awarding tbe plaintiff $1,535 damaged. THE MARKETS. Pitts ec bo. Feb. 11. WHEAT No. 1 red, ?37Tc i No i red, lb ,6c ; spring wheat, 72o. fJGRN-No. i yellow ear, &43 35oi new Ne i shelled, sa jaac; high mixed shelled. I&g.&o; mixed ear. ii2bo. OATS-No. I white. 25i'4ci No i do. 2H fji25c; extra No S white. 23;i-4c; Lc.Lt mixed. 2i-U,22o- HAY-No. 1 timothy, I li 753 16. 00. No i timothy tlt.SCa 15.00, mixed clovn . 1 fryd 1 50; packing Ji5O46.00, No 1 feed;r.f pralr.e, l-0.504ill.0O, wagofc hay, Jiauoal&uO for t-.mo-tty fcVTTER-Eein creamery, 2122o; Chit, far.rv creamery. 19a-x:, Isr.ey eountrj roJ 1.2a J 4c; low grade ar.d coolon;. TQIOc CHEEi-E Fancy New York, Septeir.bet make, full cream large ile. lO'tl-c; Xf York flats, 11 slH-c; fancy Chios, isei.ten.ber make, 6j4;gl0c, Wisconsin Swiss, jp tuLs.l'-jj 18c; llmturger. Ili'5l2c; Chic fswiss. In tuba. HH tl-c. Swla. in square blocks. las)a',o- EGGS Strictly fresb Pennsylvania aad Ohio, it case je t!c : cc)d frtcrape. lo.3c POULTRY Large live chickens. bOSuc pet pair live chickens. small.b5 75c ; spring chick ens 6O4SUC, as to size ; dressed chickcua. 14 lc pel pocne,; live ducks ria&0c pel pair; live crkey,il(3i2c per poena : dressed.. lVg 16o; l:v (ess ll itojti 50 pei pa.r PlTTf BCRO. Feb 11 CATTLE Receipts light; about S ear for Ike weea ; nc pnnu cstlU L'.re; common ai d Be&u. grad loc to 2c higher. W o ucoti: hr.its ltefc., good, -t I tu , good bnvchers'. Si 50420; rccgh fat. J3 2ta.3 5. bulls. T(.g and eews, 11 7 J ao 50. teeaer, i Suj.lC fresh oows and fpr.r.gers. Hi. 00(9 4C 00. HOOS-Receipts light; market prices fully loc to 15c lower than We quote the following prices : phlas. f4Svc&o. best Yorkers, eom moc tc fait Yorkers and pigs. rlow and yesterday Fhilacel t 55q,4 60, ii 5034 ii. rou?h. Vi6U4 uo SHEEP ANU LAMBS Supply fair. 4f car on sale; price a cLade higher, market steady at the following quotations: Pr.me Fheep, Ia60aii75, g od. Jj.dOJi50; fair. 2 75?b A: common, $i0Lgt2 50. culls, t'. Ouc'..50; iaiEb, j.5oati.u0; veal calves. td.o(X9.l heavy and Itiln calves, Is.SUAj 50. CiscissATi. Feb SI. HOOS Market easy at S.7534.ab. hece'.pts. .500 head. Shipments. S.OuO head. CATTLE Market firm at Ji50'd4 25. Re ceipts. 9X1 head. t?h-.pnients. IA- head. SHEEP AND LAUbs Market tor heep Steady at 1 500,3 75 Receipts. 4-X head Shipments, none. Lambs Market eteady at fe..&.2. Ntw York. Feb. 11. WHEAT Spot market weak. No i red. 60c ; No. 1 hard, 77c afloat. ("CRN Spot market weaker. No 2. b6'4c. OATS Spot market steady. No. 2. 20s t 25' Je. CATTLE European cable quote Amrrirso live stock steady at yaSc per pound dressed weight; ref ritrerator 1-ef at fitTc. SHEEP AND LAMBS-Mark-t fr -hp firm Sheep, j oor to prune, 4l 2."i, choice heavj-, $4.25 ; wethers, Si.ttJ. Limb? ctradv. He ceint, 4 6:! Lad HotiM Market nominally steady at 50 (34.BJ. Receipts, 2.191- h.-ail CURIOUS FACTS. The crocodile's egg is aliout thesie of that of the gooise. The stem side of the orange is not usually so sweet and juicy as the other half. It is 6uid that Stammerers rarely, if ever, show any iniiedieiit of sjieech when sjieaking in whisjH-rs. In .Taian the largest private bank has been in business for more than three centuries, and has over M branches. An antarctic icelierg has lieen set' 11 that was 2(1 miles wide, 40 miles in length and 4IK feet in height. A curious fact has lieen noted by arctic travelers snow, when at a very low tenijieratiire, absorbs moisture and dries garments. Dijon, France, has a poplar tree with a record that can be traced to 722. It is 122 feet high and 45 feet in circum ference at the base. A doctor claims that a drop of castor oil in the eye to remove a foreign ImhIv is as erlicacious and more often man ageable than the frequently recom mended flaxseed. The largest dammed liody of water in the world will lie secured by the building of a dam at Clotjuet, Minn., on the St. Louis river, yoo feet long and SO feet high, by which back water will lie extended CO miles. Lowell has on one of her roadsides a large urn, which is kept constantly fillet with fresh flowers at the exH-nse of a wealthy lady who resides in the vicinity, as a memorial to her iet poodle, which was killed by the cars at that point. PEOPLE. Mascagni was lately as.ked in what EurOeHn city he would like to live, and replied: "From 9 to 11. lx.pdoii; from 1 1 to 5. I'aris; f ror.i 5 to 7, Vienna; from 7 to Hi. lluda.s 1st. iintl after 10, Berlin.' The statue of Ole Bull, which th Scaudinaviansof Minnesota are to erect in Minneeipolis. is lieiug modeled by Fjelde, the Scandinavian sculptor of that city. It is expected that I lie l.roii.. statue will lie completed in about si months. Li Hun? (hang is now in Fekin. no longer viceroy of the great province of Chihli. Relegated to a little temple at Pekin.a few followers and the memliers of his numerous familv gathered siliout 1' i 111. he is. it is said by those oil the siKit, reallv shelved. His health is said to be failing and bis prestige is nil. Nelsum Ilingley. Jr., the chairman of the committee 011 ways and means, never had any profession other tluin that of a newspaper proprietor ami ed itor, creating in 20 yeaJ-s of hard work the most influential ant widely-read pajier in Maine, the 1h Lston Journal. Even now he finds time on occasions to w rite a leading article. Paul Iuis Courier, when bitterly 41s pailed by a French professor, quietly re marked: "I fancy he must lie vexed. He calls me 'Jacobin, reliel. plagiarist, thief, loisouer, forger, lejier, mad man, impostor, lint-ler, a horrible filthy, grimacing ragpicker. I gal he: what he wants to say. He means that he and I are not of the same opinion, end this is his only way of putting it." Put Ont a Fire with Vinegar. Water lias lweu such a scarce article around Kokonio, Ind., that resisting fires has been almost impossible outside of the cities anil larger towns. The other night the large farmhouse of A. S. MeCorniack near Hock ville. west of there, took fire. Being no water on llic place, the farm bauds and neighliors fought the flames with vinegar am! cider, a numlier of liarrels of which were stored in a wagonhouse, and by this means saved the adjoining build ings, though the residence was de stroyed. Perfume from Wood. The. L'nited States manufactures ex tensively ierfunies from wintergreen, sassafras and several other woods and herbs. MADE OF CLASS. Many Odd Articles Now Fashioned from This Material. Wearing Apparel. Ci.ftin, Fish Halt and House Furuinhinei Amouc the Num ber jlass Houses a Future PoMHlbilit v. There is an inventor w ho is known at the patent otlice in ii -iiinrton as the Class Man. His name is (". W. McLean, of New Berne. X. ('.. and during the last few years he has obtained patents for a surprising numlier of devices in glass. Among these is a glass colV.n. w hieli is guaranteed proof atrainst decay and rats. So long as 110 delila-ratr at tempt is made to smash it, it ought to last for ever. Another contrixance is a stair case made wholly of glass steis. land ings and newel jmsls lieing all of that material. Yet another is a glass barrel. But H'rhaps the most remarkable in vention of the Class Man is a billiard table of glass. The day may yet arrive w hen people will live in glass houses. A patent has Im-cii secured by other inventors for glass bricks of a Meuliar pat tern. The material of which they are cotuosed lieing a first-rate iioii-ccii.d uctor, 1 hese bricks w ill keeji t he cold out of a dwell ing built of t hem. w bile admit I ing 1 he light. It is claimed that they will ex clude noisr, lieing hollow. Further more, the inmates of a glass house nettl not lie afraid of lieing under too close observation by neighliors, ina-uim h as it is not requisite that the bricks shall le transparent. Thi'V may In- opaque ground glass, or of any color that may lie suitable for decorative effect. Thus liefore iiriny years hae passed it will lie considered the height of lux ury, ierhaps. to occupy a dwelling of glass, (ilass bricks, of course, sire ex jiensive. People who live in irlass houses will lie able to afford to wear clothes of glass. Nearly 20 years ago there was shown at the Centennial e. iMisition in Philadelphia a Isiiinet com lmsed enti.vly of gl::ss. It was a love of a iKtnuet. The tlowt-rs on it were g'-kss. ami so vrr: the ribbons, which 1. H.ked like the finest satin. The patentee of this process deseri lies it as suitable for the manufacture of neck ties, shaw ls, table covers, etc. In fabrics of t his kind a very fine qual ity of glass is used. It is spun in threads of exceeding delicacy, and of th-'se several colors may Ik- produced at the same time. They are wocn in a loom of ordinary pattern. AiivImmIv mav observe that- a thin sheet of glass is somewhat elastic. The threads em ployed in w ca ing a re of such fineness as to lie jierfectly pliable and not at all brittle. With a gown of glass would naturally go a pair of glass slippers. X'ot like Cinderella's. Oh. no! Cinder ella dill not wear glass slipjiers. Her slipiers in the original French story were of "vair." which means fur. Yair and "verre," meaning jflass. are pro nounced exactly alike. 1 1 ence t he cor ruption. A Pittstiurgb man named Smith has invented a process for making glass slippers in molds. They would not do very well for dancing. There is 110 reason why t glass gow u should not lie woven of iridescent glass, ami its wearer would look like an animated rainbow on a ballroom floor one daz zling shimmer of ever-chantrinir hues. Until recently the manufacture of iridescent glass was set dowu in the list of the Ii;? arts. But in IsTs it was rediscovered, and now it is a common commercial article. It is made by ex jKising the melted glass to the apors of salts of sodium. At the MctrojHilitan museum of art are exhibited great 1111111 liers of 1 Hit ties, plates and ot her art it-les of glass which were made and used long ln-fore I hrist was Iniru. They were dug up in Cypress and elsew here. Many of them have a ln-antifiil iridescence, but it is the result of dec-ay. Class will rot like anything else, and decay has split t he struct lire of this ancient glass into laminae or flakes, which interrupt the light so as to produce brilliant nil. green, purple and oilier rainbow colors. The w iu. low -blinds of t In- glass house of the future w ill lie of glass, of course. That is another patent, and the in ventor suggests that such blinds may lie mailt of w hatever coiors are desired. Baby in the nursery jn-rliaps will play with glass building blocks, and at a suitable age he will receive a Christ mas gift of a pair of roller skates w it h gla-ss rollers. Both of these ideas bavt beeu patented. When he is old enough to go fishing lie will not dig worms in the ir:i rb n. but will Im provided w i t h art i lieia I l.ait in the shape of a hollow minnow of glass, coaled tin the inside partly with a solution of gold or silver and partly with a 1 1 1 111 i 11 us paint. The originator of this minnow says that it isa brilliant object in the water ami calculated to compel the rtteiition tif any fish that has a mrt icle of aj.jH'tite. (.lass bedsteads may lie proof against lightning and bugs, but it is hardly to Im exs'cteil that glass houses should lie free from mice. The inmates could hardly tin 1 tetter than to employ glu-s traps for the capture of such vermin. The great advantage of theghiss mouse trap, according to the statement of the inventor, is that "if a mouse shou'd enter t'ie t rati, he may In- seen by others who chance to come that way, and they will Ik' inclined to joiu the one inside. es'cially when they observe that he is nibbling a choice morsel." I'p to date the glass mousetrap has not made itself popular, notwithstand ing the important arguments in its favor, and of the most of the other devices descriln'tl it is unfortunately true that tiny have not provetl protii able to the ieions w lit.- have contrived them. This remark however, by no means appli 's to the glass leiiion squcezcr. which is already a familiar household utensil. The inventor of it is said to have sold his right-s for $50, OOO. X. World. Witchcraft in Kuglantl To-layt At Long Sutton, lietween Cambridge ami Boston, in England, a farmer's wife recently discovered that an old woman in the m-iglilmrhiMid had lie witched her. The only remedy was to beat the witchcraft out of her, which bhe and her husband at once did, breaking the obi woman's wrist liefore they were successful. As they were convinced that the spell was broken they cheerfully paid a heavy fine. FIRESIDE FRAGMENTS. Cot 'oa Balls. Before the f.vndant is verv stiff, take out ali.ut a cupful. Knead into it as much gratctl c-Ktiiinut as ossi!ie, form into liails. brush with white of egg and roll in dry coeoannt. Prairie Farmer. Polish for Fl.Mirs. Boil together one cup of strong !eer, a pii-ce of lecs wa. altoHt the ie4 nnt.and a sptM.n ful tif sugar. First clean the rhnir by wiping i: ever w it ll w arm In-er. and then ' apply the polish with a briisn. I-ave until ilry, and tln-n inilish with a. Boft ll lister. Irf-ef and Carrots. Chop one jioiind of U-et 1 not tiHiline). Cook slow ly w ith three slict-tl carrots in water, enough, to cover until well don. Seas.. 11 wth ualt. pcpjier. tablesHMiuful of butter, one-hall teasjiooiif ul of onion juiee. Cream one e.is wmf t;l of flour in one half cup of Tiii lk. and add just before fct-rvii.g. Chicago iiecord. Plain Custard. The lieaten yolks of live eggs and five teasnMinfuls of sugar. Pour over this one quart of hot milk, add flavoring and the w hites of two cgirs. Bake in cups set. in a Iin of lioilinj,' water. Cover w ith mer-in-.'ue and e.it cold. k not leave t.o lotiir in the oven. Bol instead, if pre fer ;-ed. Farm, field and Fireside. CiH-oanut t reams. These are made by ilropping some iri::t.-l c-tH-.atiit and a !.-w dr.ips of vanilla in some of the fondant: work like dough, roll out. c-.il in eui ics ai..l allow to harden. Melt a piece .-f fondant without choc olate.ati.i dip the culies in this. The.iip ping must Ik- done expeditiously, as the creams vv',11 melt if left ttni long in the hot mixture. Kt ep the mixture for dipping warm over hot water. Orange .1 ud.i Parmer. Apple P.ii'ter. Boil three gallons of cider down to one-fourth of the quantity. Pare and core as many a ples as the cider w ill cover. Divide the cider and pu equal parts in two ket tles on the iiie. Place the apples in one kettle, and as they Ik.'I down jmur over them the cider from the other ket tle, lmil 12 hours until smcHith. add ground cloves, allspice, cinnamon, brown sugar. Then Ihi1 atmin. stir ring constantly. When suihcieiit ly done it will stick to the spoon wheu held up. P-e-Tr.Tl Budget. Fur. after some years wear, will I. Hik much improved if cleaned with while bran previously heated in the oven. Bub the hot bran well into the fur with a pieeeof flannel, shake t he fur II. removi all particles, and then brush thoroughly. The fur will clean more easily if the lining and wadding are first removed, but - 'leh removal is not. .-.bsolu'ely needful. The flat, oily look v. hu h mars the apH-arance ot the m-ck Ignition of furs long in use is mostlv, if n it wholly, removed by the means of hot bran. Bub the fur the wrong w a v. A POLITE SHERIFF. A Hanging That Was Conducted Fader llultsi f Society. "The most polite man I ever knew," said J. D. Evvans. of Mississippi, to a Star w riter, "w as a colored man tlovv 11 in my county. He In-longed "lM-lore the war to Col. White, one of the most cul tured and jHilished gentlemen in the south. During reconstruct ion daysTom w as elected sheriff, a nd t he first year he held ihe ofV'ce a white man was sen tenced to lie hanged. I knew the doomed prisoner, and at his request was with him for se veral hours a day for the last week of his life. "Th" sheriiT came in the first time I was thele. and addressing the prisoner. said : 'oust me. Marster I lob. I jess cum fur jess a little advice. Yo'soe.w aiu neither oli us as used ter ceremoni ous occasion oli tlis kin, an I jess wauls ter know how yo" would like ter hah h gallow s, facta" de sun, or de oder w a y ? "The prisoner told him to have his face away from the sun. " "Thank yo. Mars IVib. I done hab it dat w::y . We don wan to make no XMisition oboursefs by notdoin'what is propah on sich events. "Cixm the next occasion Ahe sheriff came in: v " 'Mars Boh, 'souse me one moment, g.-rn'maii. I jes wants tyfr hab yo' show ne or.ee mo how vou .Rinetiedat knot Mos curiousest knot lelierseed. "l"ou the morning of the fatal day. as I wel.t in, the sheriff had t he dajruecL man's ftt thrown over a chair and was . blacking bis 1 m h it. the other one hav ing already In-en ii.shed. Mawnin". , sail.' he said to me. "Mars IV.b jes -git tin ready. I il.uie lni rered a suit an I.ecktie front tie eunn. l an" jess siickin . im up. i-ii I gits inter my ow 11 dress suit dat I had made a puppus. an Mars Boh an me, we gw ine ter be de bes dressed t.b ;ui ImhIv. '. - "Arrayed in full evei:ing dress, the convicted1 man an 1 the sheriff motnit. d the scaffold when the time came. 'All right now. Mars' Hob. said the sheriff, as he ad justed t he cap. "Scuse me, sail, jess a iniuule. and he touched the fa tal spring." Washington Star. UNC EPHRAIM'S WISDOM. "Dah ain't no heahaftah, chile de prisint am etahnal. "Yo termorrah sm tol'able safe ef vo li'vs terday ez ef yo w an't er gwiiie ter hab none. "Hit am er ma'v'lis t'ing liow brazen lak some o vve mis kin look er good reserliHshin in tie face vv'ile we's er smashiu' hit all terflindahs. "1 man w'at nebbah tecbes ban ter shubliel am de man ut meks de mos rema'ks erlniut tie condishin ob hei neighbah's sidewalks. "Hit am er lia'd t'ing ter Im? ez "dus Iri's w'en le stockin" am done filled up ez w'en we's er fightin ob de wolf fum de do', but I don't Know no uddah way ob keepin de stockin fuil. "Is er wishin hit tlidn't tax tie faith ob some ob yo niggahs s much ter be ez gotnl ter de Land ez yo is ter de jia," son. "Some folks goes frough life on da principle ut dey's de on'y ones w'at's got any feelin's er any right- to 'spec fa treatment. Dcy kain't qua'l w iv dem ez finks dey fjelin's ain't wuff re ga'diu. "Ef some o we uns was ez scrup'lis ob oiiah honnah ez we is moufy er talkin erlout hit. we'd hab mo ter talk erliout n we'd do less talkin." Chicago Record. L t e t 1 9 j 1 ( II