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THURSDAY.' September 28, 1905.
Monroe, Eldon, R. F. D. No. 1. R. F. D. No. 1. "When you get sore at the boss, you are are taking the first step toward looking for anotner job." Don't be sore at anyone—it doesn't pay Read Courier Want Ads-That will pay you. FOR RENT. FOR RENT—FINE STOCK FARM of 200 acres, located one and one half miles north of Eldon. Seventy acres meadow, sixty acres of corn ^jground and seventy acres pasture, ^fenced hog tight. Cash rent. Fred FOR SALE. FOR SALE—CHEAP, 123% ACRES, Southern Missouri farm, near two R. R. stations, 30 acres cleared 400 fine ... bearing apple trees. Mild winters. A. M. Strouble, Brandsville, Mo. A CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME TO »et a home, stock and implements 804 acres, well improved, big tim ber, fine springs, plenty of grass 2 mules, 2 brood mares with colts, i, cows, calves, wagon, farm imple ments, 30 acres corn, hay, all goes for $1,500. Address with stamp, B. F- Sellers, Buckhart, Mo. *FOR SALE—TWO HEAVY YOUNG brood mares, weight 15 and 17 hun •i dred both bred. Call or write, Wm. gencv. Iowa, R. F. D. 11 WILL SELL AT PUBLIC SALE at my farm 3% miles northeast of I- Agency, October 2, 75 head of hogs 14 head of cattle 3 horses 500 fence posts, seed oats, rye and other things too numerous to mention. J. J. Beall, Agency, Iowa. FOR SALE—30 HEAD OF CATTLE yearlings and short two's, mostly white face, good stuff. L. E. Miller, •FOR SALE—MY FARM OF 45 ACRES mile south of city limits, on Bloomfield road two houses, two barns, ^ood improvements, city telephone. Will sell 39% acres with one set\ of Improvements. Having taken utfteother business which re quires crewe* personal attention, I will sell th|* choice piece of land at considerably less than it Is worth if sold by November 1. possession, Dec. 1 or before. I will also have for sale the live stock and equip ment after disposal of the land, or will sell stock in a lump to tho pur chaser at an attractive price. G. Doud, R. F. D., No. 6. FOR SALE—IOWA FARM BARGAIN grain and stock farm, 280 acres 190 good farm land, 90 timber 2 sets buildings near three towns. Snap If sold In thirty days. Write for de scription. Sr.m Berry, Bloomfield, Iowa. FOR SALE—200 HEAD OF GOOD stock cattle 120 good short horn calves 80 head of Herford and 1 black pole, 2 year-old feeders, weighing about 900 will give time •s to responsible parties. G. B. Morri eon, Batavla, Iowa. FOR SALE—12 ACRE RESIDENCE property at Ash Grove, Iowa good '. house, smoke-house brick cave stable and crib. J. T. Day, Blakes burg, Iowa. FOR SALE GOOD IMPROVED farms, Allen county, Kansas. Corre .) apondence solicited. J. E. Doty, La- Harp, Kansas. "FOR SALE—SEVERAL FINE ABER deen Anp-.is bull calvcs, weighing BOO. If you hav an aged bull to ex change, write, phone or call on Geo. R. Glltner, Ottumwa, la. Farm Loans Lowest Rates and Most Reasonable Terms 'in Southern Iowa. J. F. WEBBER, Atty, Over Ottumwa National Bank. FOR SALE. We still have the 65-acre snap about 4 miles from Ottumwa. Land rolling, but can be farmed. Over $3,000 worth of thrifty growing fruit, and It ean be had for $2,250.00. Don't fail to (ee this. We want a hotel in town of not less than 3,000 Inhabitants. Want it now. A good 160 acres, first class land, 2 lets improvements. Will sell right. 230 acres best bargain in the coun ty. We have a buyer for hardware or buggy and implement stock, if well located. Want 2 or 3 vacant lots on South Bide. Must lay well and be priced right. LOWENBERG & CO. Fine Farm for Sale! 410 acres well improved well watered plenty of timber located 4 miles from Holton, Kan. For further particulars, inquire of HOPKINS, KIELY & CO., Stock Yards, Kansas City. Attention Stockmen! We shall be pleased to buy your K•e. ckers and feeders when you come We have been here for 21 years. Correspondence solicited. Free mar ket reports. Hopkins, Klely & C., Kansas City stock yards, Kansas City, Ho. WANTED—FARMERS Who are looking for cheap homes or food investments on easy terms, $30 er acre and up, In northwest Missou ri, to send for our state map and land 1st. We grow corn, c'over wheat, tlue grass, cattle and hogs. Write to lay. G. T. KSNSEY LAND CO., Chil licothe, Mo., 60 miles east of Kansas Sity. t- Prudent People read the fresh, live, up-to-date advertisements in the Courier .' and save money. \y FOR SALE. FOR SALE OR TRADE HAY PRESS, horse power. S. Napier, P. O. box 84, Chillicothe, la. POLAND CHINA HOG SALE-I WILL sell at Public Sale at my farm, 8 miles north of Ottumwa and 2 miles west of Highland Center. Iowa, Oct. 5. 1905, my entire crop of spring pigs, including 9 fall males about 1 year old 28 spring males and 20 spring gilts. Catalogue will be out soon. Lunch at 11:30. Sale to begin at 12. All stock to be crated that go any diet—ice. Geo. D. Robertson, Ottumwa, Iowa, R. F. D. No. 3. FOR SALE—FERTILE FARMS IN Sunny Eastern Kansas. Rich in the production of corn, wheat, oats, flax and clover highly improved rural mail and telephones, and close1 to town $30 to $60 per acre write for full particulars and list 80 to 600 acres. One special bargain of 240 acres| E. N. McDowell, LaHarpe, Kansas. FARMS FOR SALE—WE HAVE A choice lot of Iowa farms for sale at from $22.50 per acre up. Send for our printed list. Long & Raymond, Bltkesburg, Iowa. FOR SALS-NEW PHAETON, PAT ent thousand mile axle first class Job in every respect. Address John Ackerman, Hedrlck, la. FOR SALE—DURHAM COW. MRS. Louisa L. Peters, 3 miles west of city. FOR SALE—JOHN DEERE SHAKER potato plow, practically new. See Van H. Caldwell, West Second St. FOR SALE FOUR ACRE POUL try ranch, half mile from lone, Cal. 4-room house, barn, chicken houses, brooder house, ten buildings can be irrigated steel woven wire fence, 63 Inches high 400 feet of water pipe 4 hydrants, 100 fruit and nut trees, flgs, almonds, pears, apricots, peaches, apples, oranges, quinces, plums, English and black walnuts, Japanese persimmons, blackberries, dewberries, grapes. Price, $1,100, or one-half down, balance installments if this suits you and you understand the business, have small capital, want to get into mild climate, this is just your chance: George T. Hoad ley, owner, Rocklin, Placer county, California. FOR SALE THOROUGH-BRED Jersey cow, 4 years old will be fresh In December. Price, $45 also team, wagon and harnees and some sound pigs. Call at once, 123 Madison St., South Sifi:. M. Sheridan. FOR SALE-240 ACRE FARM. WRITE C. E. Whitsltt, Jerico Springs, Cedar County, Mo., for description. FOR SALE—DEJERING COHN BIND er, almost as good as new. Address Fred J. Fink, Drakeville, la. WANTED. WANTED—POSITION IN GENERAL ctore seven years' experience good all around mail best of references. Address W. J. B., care Ottumwa Courier. WANTED—CHICKEN PICKERS BY Armour C: Co., 512 East Fourth street, Davenport, Iowa will pay two and one-half cents for hens and three centa for springs, for fln'shed work. RACES AT IOWA CITY FIFTY-FIR8T ANNUAL JOHNSON COUNTY FAIR IN PR0GRES8. Iowa City, Sept. 27. —(Special)— The Johnson County Fair association's flfty-flrst annual meeting is in pro gress. The first day's races were good but not exciting, the result being too often evident. The only real battle was in the district road race which re quired five heats to pick a winner. The Summaries. 2 i5 pace, purse $800— Silk Twist, (Ed. Hill, Oska loosa) 1 1 1 Duchess, F., (Joe McLaugh lin, Waterloo) .2 2 S Mabel Wood, (W. H. Emerson of Marion) 3 3 2 Time, 2:16% 2:17, 2:21. 2:30 trot, purse $300— Lena L. U., Joe McLaughlin, Waterloo 1 1 1 Almond Wood, F. B. Rockwell Independence 2 2 2 Mamie H., Albert Hayes of Washington 3 3 3 The Jap, Joe Miller, of Iowa City 4 4 4 Time 2:27 2:24^4 2:19%. District Road Race, Purse $160. Molly H., M. Howell, of Iowa City 42111 Kathryn Kimberly, Dr. Henry Morrow, Iowa City 3 13 2 2 Sage, Guy E. Baker, of Mus at in 1 3 2 3 3 Billy, Moore Bros., West Branch 54444 Wilt B., James Thomas, of Iowa City 2 Dr. Time 2:44% 2:39% 2:39% 2:34% 2:34%. LOCAL MARKETS. WHOLESALE PRICES. The first load of new corn to come in to the local grain markets was re ceived this morning. The corn is in good condition, considering the earll ness of the season and the ears are fairly large. The new corn being much heavier now than it will be later on account of the large amount of sap that it still contains, is much cheaper than it will be in a feW weeks from O Copyright 1905 by Hart Schaftner 5r* Marx this time. In the local markets today butter and spring chicken each fall off cent per pound. There are no other changes in the local.wholesale markets today. Live Stock. (Furnished by John Morrell & Co., at 11 a. m., Sept. 27.) Choice hogs, 120@150 lbs.... 4.75 Choice hogs, 150@200 lbs.... 5.10 Choice hogs, over 200 lbs..., 5.20 Choice sows 4 3f Stags 3.50® 4.50 Choice fat cows, per cwt .email@example.com Good to cholca fat heifers, per cwt ... ... firstname.lastname@example.org Lambs email@example.com Fat sheep, per cwt firstname.lastname@example.org Choice veal calves, 130 @180 lbs. 5.00 Poultry. Hens 8% Springs, to 21bs..' IVz Cocks 3% Turkeys 10 Ducks 6 Peeso Guinea* Grain and Hay—-8traet Price*. New wheat 55@68 Oats 19 @23 Rye 45@47 Corn 45 Hay email@example.com Oats, straw 4.00 @5.0(1 Timothy d, per bushel... .1.00@1 25 Butter and Egg?. Separator butter, packers pay 16 Eggs, packers pay laM Hides, Wool and Tall«w. Hides, Cured No. 1 ..... .. 10 Cured, No. 2 Green, No. 1 Green, No. 2 8 Wool, tub washed SS035 Mediv n, unwashed i9®30 Coarse, unwashed 27@29 Fine, unwashed 25JJ24 Bc^gvrtii, So. 1 22*555 Beeswax, No. 2 18®20 Tallow. No. 1 ...... 4 Tallow, No. 2 iVt RETAIL PRICES. Flour and FeeJ. Flour, per sat": firstname.lastname@example.org Corn menl. 10 pound track 15®W tirahatu flour, 10 pov I etck ...... C3 Corn CIIODS. per cwt. 1.25 Shorts, cwt 1.00 Corn and oat chop, per cwt.1.25 Bran, per cwt 90 Ear corn, per bushel 65 Shelled corn, per bushel .... .70 Wheat, per bushel 90 Oats, per bushel 35@M£ Chicken feed (ground) 20 lb. sk. .80 Ollmeal. per cwt 1-60 Oyster shell, oer cwt H«y, per cwt 00 Btraw, per cwt .40 Butter and Eggs. Sep. creamery buttei 25 Country butter, per lb SO®) 25 Eggs, per dozen 17% Poultry. Live springs 12% Spring chickens, dress per lb. 18 Old hens, dressed per lb 15 @17 Ducks, dressed, per Jt Vegetables and F.'uits. Onions, per peck 25 Lemon™, per dozen 35 Cucumbtrs, per doz .10 Radishes. JiuncV 2 for 5 Gieen onions, bunches 6 Lettuce, por hei-.d 6@7% Leaf lettuce 2% Oranges, per dozen 40@5# Uanr.nag. pet dozen 2AQ90 Cocoannts ..... 5©1Q New cabbage, per head 6@10 Carrots, per ck .25 Turnips, per peck .20 Potatoes, per bu 60 Wax beans 5 Green beans 5 Sweet corn, per dozen 10 Beets, per pock 25 Pineapples 10 @3 5 New apples, per peck 2fi Cantaloupe 5 Watermelons 15@20 Peaches, per basket 30 @40 Fancy peaches, per bushel 2.00 Celery, per stalk .. 5 Tomatoes 10 Plums, home grown, per peck 25 Pears, per dozen 20 Sweet potatoes, per pock .... 30 Sweet potatoes per lb 4 Lima beans, per box 15 Egg plant 10 @15 CHICAGO MARKETS. Tu«sday's Live Stock Market in Brief Steer trade dull—demand very in different trades generally at yester day's level of values beef channels are clogged—slim runs needed rang ers in moderate supply—sell steady butcher stock prices hold at steady range market, however, has dull tone —demand poor calves poor in quality —sales largely. $6.00 to $7.00 plain and medium feeders weak—best steady hog trade dull and prices un evenly lower average 7c below cost of Monday: finish very weak with 5,500 left over quality poorer than some time past sheep trade fairly ac tive—bulk trade fairly active—bulk at steady prices some fat western range sheep slow sale lamb values hold about same, quality considered: best native lambs sell up to $7.65 again. Receipts. Receipts thus far this week, com pared with the same period last week decreased 5,300 cattle and 2,700 hogs and increased 8,400 sheep. Compared wfth. a year ago there was an Increaso THE OTTUM.WA COUH1ER attained by others. St. There's Something to Bark About In our Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits, Top Coats and Cravenettes. Following are some of the represent ative sales made in Chicago yesterday showing lowest, medium and highest prices paid: Something to be enthusiastic over. There's a smartness and exclu- siveness in the cut and fit of these which is often imitated but never We want to emphasize the fact that our showing of these In plain and fancy Worsteds, Scotch Tweeds and Cheviots Is unusually strong, and more elaborate and attractive than ever. If in need of a Black Dress Suit you'll find what you want here. H. S. & M., Suits, Single or Double breasted, from 15-00 TO 25-00- H. S. & M., Top Coats and Cravenettes, fron» 10 00 TO 20 00. •PEACH & CRESSWELL 207 East Main Street. Sellers of Good Clothing EXCURSION VIA WABASH TO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 Leaving Ottumwa 9:20 p. m. Rate for round trip, $4.00. Returning, Tickets will be good on all regular trains up to and Including train leaving St. Louis at 7:30 p. m. Sunday, Oct 1., which stop regularly at stations named on tickets. The Alps—Concerts every evening. Forest Park Highlands—High Class Vaudeville. Delmar Garden—Scenic Railway, Racing. HENRY MILLER, H. Y. P. TAYLOR, C. S. CRANB, General Manager, A. G. P. & T. A. G. P. &. T. A. S. W. FtlNT, H. B. WATTS, P. &. T. A., Des Moines. P, & T. A., Moberly. of 1,900 cattle, 10,000 hogs and 34,300 sheep. Representative Sales. No. Av. Price. Cattle (beef) 15 850 3.30 Cattle (beef) 23 1267 4.25 Cattle (beef) 16 1299 5.85 Cows 8 1082 2.40 Cows 2 1120 2.80 Cows 3 1380 4.15 Heifers 4 508 2.10 Heifers 7 715 3.15 Heifers 4 687 4.50 Bulls 1 540 2.00 Bulls 3 1290 2.40 Bulls 1 1750 3.50 Calves 1 180 1.50 Calves 4 143 6.50 Calves 3 176 7.50 Hogs (butch) 45 227 5.40 Hogs (butch) 62 223 5.50 Hogs (butch) 43 252 5.60 Hogs (heavy) 37 334 4.95 Hogs (heavy) 41 285 5.10 Hogs (heavy) 66 286 5.20 HOTS (light) 20 181 5.00 Hogs (light) 68 154 5.35 Hogs (light) 55 163 5.50 Pigs and throwoutq .. 1 190 2.00 Pigs and throwouts .. 5 895 4.50 Pigs and throwouts 2 4 1 0 6 5 5 0 Native Sheep. Sheep (buck) 1 170 3.00 Sheep (bucks) 6 115 4.75 Sheep (yrlgs.) 60 72 5.25 Native Lambs. Lambs 10 54 4.50 Lambs 20 69 6.40 Lambs 90 86 7.65 HORSE RUN LIGHTER. Actual Receipts Yesterday 875, Against 1,211 the Previous Monday. Chicago, Sept. 27. Trade opened with lighter receipts than a week ago, receipts Monday totaling 875 head, against 1,211 for the prevluos Monday.' Estimated receipts for the first two days of the current week aggregat 1.475 horses, against 1,114 for the same time last year and 1,337 for the corre sponding period in 1903. Fall outsid® and local demand continues of ampto proportions to move the supply nominally steady prices. The offer ings yesterday included many stall fed drafters that are on the card for the afternoon attraction that are ex pected to change hands at $200(§225 and upward, while good commercial draft animals are steady at $170@220. common and blemished drafters are fairly active at $120@150. The strong prices for choice to fancy heavy busi ness classes has toned the demand for the plainer kinds-and all heavy busi ness offerings are in even demand from all quarters. Farm chunks for the northern trade are more active at $80@125 and upward. Small southern classes are only moderately active at $45@110, with an occasional sale at a point higher. Mules are fairly active at a range of $66 @200 and upward for light cotton to heav' truck animals. Demand and prices fairly steady at the following quotations: Poor Good to fair. to besL Drafters $1200150 $1700220 Loggers and feeders 70@125 135@180 Expressers 100@130 1350170 Chunks 65® 80 1000140 Farm mares and chunk* 500 65 700115 LEGAL. Notice—Proof of Will. State of Iowa, Wapello county, ss.t To all whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that an in strument in writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Eliza J. Rugg, deceased, ,was this day pro duced and read by the undersigned, and that I have fixed Tuesdav. the 24th day of October, 1905, as the day for hearing proof in relation thereto. Witness my official signature, with the seal of said court hereto affixed this 25th da" of September, 1905. Edwin Dungan, Clerk District Court. Laura Mytton, Deputy. Executor's Notice. Notice is hereby given to all per sons interested, that on the 25th day of September.,A. D., 1905, the under signed was apointed by the clerk of the district court of Wapello county, Iowa, executor of the estate of E. E. McElroy, deceased, late of said county. All persons indebted to said estate will make payment to the undersigned, and those having claims against the same will present them, legally authenticat ed to said court for allowance. Dated, September 25, 1905. Walter H. McElroy, Executor. Mules 600125 150 0 200 Light drivers 75@125 1550370 Actors and coach's 1150145 16O08SO Carriage pairs .. ..2250 275 2900650 Western (branded) 17© 45 600.100 Plugs and scrubs .. 50 15 200 SS Shipments of Horses. Carloads of horses shipped from Chicago yesterday: Carroll Arms 1 J. C. Shepard 1 Bell J. Kindig 1 Connelly & S 1 H. C. Bess Other shippers 5 Total 12 KEOSAUQUA. Keesauqua, Sept. 27.—Rev. P. H. Hawk and family have moved to Rich land, and Rev. H. A. Ingham and fam ily have moved to Wlnfleld. Rev. Hawk is the new Methodist Episcopal minister at this place. Ord R. Brow, who was so critically ill some weeks ago has recovered so that he is now able to be out again. Mr. Bishop, of Keokuk, 'Is here on business. The county is thinking of having considerable plumbing and piping done about the court house and Mr. Bishop is making estimates and fgurlng on the Job. attorney W. M. Walker was in Des MOlnes last week attending supreme court. He was there to maKe an oral argument in the Townsend will case from Davis county. Judge Robert Sloan, who is holding court at Centerville, spent Sunday with his family. J. C. Calhoun was in Birmingham yesterday on legal business. Judge M. A. Roberts closed the August term of Court here last Satur day and he and his son returned to their home in Ottumwa. The next term of court, will commence on Oct. SO, with Judge Sloan of this place on the bench. Van Hennlngs, of Bentonsport. and Silk threaded Granite Cloth, 54 inches wide. Also hard finish French Prunella Cloth in black and leading fall colors, bought to sell at $1.25 a yard, on sale this week at f|A a yard.. 1 *UU A splendid 75c quality fine all Wool Nuns Veiling in black re am an or S a 7 Rainproof Suitings in the New Herringbone stripe, full 60 in. wide. Sale price, 1 f\ a a 1 3 A good line of bright Plaids and pretty New Novelties for Chil dren's Dresses, at 0 a a A Good 15c grade Fancy Plaids and Mixed Novelty Worsteds on sale this week 1 Af at a yard 1 5 Full yard wide all Silk Peau De Soie, at a yard, only.. be used to reduce icy by full paid addition. Ottawa's Biggest, Best and Busiest Store. I SPECIAL SALE of New Fall Dress Goods. In order to introduce our Magnificent New Stock of Imported and Domestic dress fabrics to every buyer in the city, and to throw the Dress Goods Season wide open at once, we offer the following ':Vv REMARKABLE BARGAINS for WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY 10 DIFFERENT PATTERNS. A BIG ASSORTMENT Regular $1.00 grade handsome all Wool Novelty Suitings in the popular colors. Just for this week you may take your choice, yard .. .. ./ of regular 50c and 59c New -Wool Novelty Suitings in blue, brown, gray, greeii, etc. Just for 4 days, your AA a a 59c grade, 38 inch Silk finish fast black Mohair, specially re to a yard 451 45 inch hard Worsted Melrose Suitings in black and colors at Two most attractive Silk Bargains'" For this week only. "We pay your Railroad Fare according to the rules of the retail Merchants Association. If you never begin you'll never know the goodness of RED HAWK CHOCOLATES They are fine and you'll want more. J. F. BAUER & CO. Manufacturing Confectioners. IF YOU EXACT SECURITY WHEN YOU LOAN MONEY, WHY DISREGARD IT WHEN YOU BUY LIFE INSURANCE? THE EQUITABLE LIFE INSUR ANCE CO., OF IOWA. Operating under the Iowa Deposit Law secures every Policy by a de posit of approved securities with the Auditor of State of Iowa. It has no Wall street or Standard Oil affiliation, but Eighty Six Per cent of its assets is invested in first mo-tgage loans upon real estate. Its earnings are distributed annually in dividends and same may "premium payments or increase the face of the pol Organized in 1867. Securities on deposit December 31, 1904 with Auditor of State ot Iowa for protection of policy holders, $3,699,345.31 Would be pleased to give any" information desired as to rates and policy contracts. Good reliable 'agents wanted. JI C. B. KOETT, Gen. Aqt., 113 Market Street, Ottumwa, Iowa. Ed Colton, of Birmingham, are both serving short sentences in the county jail here, the former for stealing aN bicycle and tho latter for stealing a barrel. Mrs. Mary Ferris, of Doud's station, end her daughter, Mrs. Geo. F. Carson, of Floris, have returned to their homes s.fter a several days' visit in, this place with relatives. County Superintendent A. I* Hem lr.ger has purchased the W. J. Strick llng residence property on Market street, and Mr. and Mrs. Hemingei will commence housekeeping as soon as they can get possession, vhich will be within a fdw days. John Martin is erecting a two story brick .addition to his residence on Main street. CHARITON. Chariton, Sept. 27.—Robert Gorman, of Pleasant township, left last even ing for a trip to Milestone. Canada. Dr. Thomas, of Newburn, v-as a business caller in the city Tuesday. Word was received in the city yes terday of the death of Peter Wigren 50c Special grade all Wool Tricot Flannel in a great variety of good shades at a yard 2 5 shades at a Small line of 50c Fancy All Wool Waistings at a a An immense New line of Silk Embroidered and Fancy Striped fine Wool Waistings. Also fine imported Flannels in stripes and he a A a a black Regular $1 grade of 27 Inch soft finish splendid wearing black 1.00 75c which occurred at Hot Springs, Ark Funeral services were held today i] Burlington and the remains interrei in the family vault at that place. Mr Wigren was for many years a reslden of this countv and has a host friends who regret to hear of his der.thj- Will Fisher, of Osceola, was a busMV ness visitor in the city yesterday. Jacob Yengel went to Burlingtoil last evening for a visit with relative* and friends. Messrs. Ernest and Clarence John-j, son will entertain the members of thf: Concordia society Friday evening a* their home on North Grand street. 4. 1 Successful Test of Motor Car. 1 Omaha, Neb., Sept. 27.— A gasd line motor car, No. 2, received the of ficial test by the Union Pacific rallroaC re re a he if miles an hour and was easily main^ tained and for three miles it exceeded sixty-three miles. It Is real art to walk in such a wa£ as not to suggest corns.