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'"FT, ' IF PWPWT" ' M O, ,-r ' Silfy '" ',"" ' '''' - ' fS ' ,. '' k vf " ,v -r '1 ,1 . ,lf 1 . . .. .V L h - DAlMf IfiMORMOlfDAY..' JAN. .ifl. MA. "' wt mi AGE SETE. L jfi mammmmmm u '. ffwV .. v ' . - 1 BRUSH THE OUST Off the Unuiid Article! About "the Homo and Wattt-Advertise Them S 1 3 manpin1WIiW'prtmtWl ittt ." .,f . . . l . ' , TggMARIOJI I I'' ' : V V I. -w i '? tssssssssEflBsssBF ' r UZ-hm lUfL Successful Farmers 1 y 5W.r,j oan TucAcr c" Women on Farms as Capable of ' Directing as of Doing the Drud- gery Men Employes Foollihly Scorn Aid of Agricultural Liter ature Women Should Begin In Small Way Aim at Quality Rather Than Quantity Women Who HavcSuccccded by Spec- lallzlng The Knack of Display ing One's Wares, . J (Cofjtlitit, liy Joreph U. Dunlti.) (The clrver daughter of Owi. and iXtx .lolm A. I.ctf.in unil wlfo ot t.lcut. i'ol William TuSkcr. V. S. A , Mrs. Marj I.Oftati Tucker. In known throughout lh uuutry. Hho Is prominent In Washing trtn Mdaly. OhIiik lo tho ik-Hcal" healtt if her younger moii Jrn. Tucker lino c ivbllnhcd licrwclf on a bruutlrul rami tr Maryland n, fow miles from tlm mitlotm capital. Tlirro lior liouo imrtlr-H mo (a .inoua and tier ciops arc entirely ciulitnbli i n-jr an u tanner ot ouuiiy.) I Sd tnplrt Ima been the ndvanco oi portion Into all bianchcH of trade mid 'every opening for a livelihood tlmt women tu-duy compelled to seek tin avenue of bclftnuppoil find grout dlf flcully In gaining un oppoitunlty. In tncuo occupatlomi no long considered advautHgootiH compotllloii haB 10 duccd Iho salaries until now they nrc below a 'living" footing This Is n dy ot Hpeclnllsts. In every branch tnkcu up by women only cxpeUs com- maud salaries cominensurnto with tho education mid ability of the col lefeo gtaduatc, or oven thu lilgb school graduate. Tho monotony al plce work, tho drudgery of the fsphool room; tha tax oil health mid tho ueslro for outdoor llfo or n lire having mote Independence of thought and action, novo led ninny women tc tfcko up occupations hoiotoforo cousld ered tho provlnco ot men. There aro to-duy women coopers, Vomon ranch ownei3 and .maUngors, women mine operators, women mall carriers, women "molovmou," a worn an blacksmith, und so on. Hut tic other Hold offcis woman tho loturu, financially mid physically, on tho can lta.1 Invcflted, nor Gtv her the added tlino for pleasuinblo 5ccupatIona und mental Improvement, that faimltig does. Women by nature aro en dowed with patlcuco with small de talis, u deslro to expeilmcnU and a readiness lo adopt now Idens, which speclnlly lit her for a successful farmer. Tho day when woman's otk on the farm consisted in cooking, washing dishes, lalslng n fow chickens nnd lurkfcys for pin money, going to the circus or n funeral for diversion, has DaOBCd. Trwluv mi liitnlllcmit nmn with common senso mid piactlcal Ideas can compote creditably with men In the management of nnv brannb of , agriculture Tho collcgo gnuluntc, wun nor Knowledge or geolos;, chem istry, .bojanjynnd tho other pclcnces, should bo best fitted for succchh, hi this day of farming on scientific piin clplcsj but sho will requlro tho salt of good common soifso to solve the dally problems confronting hey. nnd tho necessity of tuklug ndvnutngo of things "nt hand" that ouy u practical nature can grasp. I Thoso who uro less forrunalo lu their .opportunltlcfi sboujij not, how. cyri bp discouraged from undflrtuk.. lug tho work, as tho rcIouIHIo 1,iioy1 edto can bo reudlly Aonulicd and our fcoternrnent, through tho ngrlculturo department, is carrying on it work nt the experiment stations tho louufts of which are bplug glvon frbi? t ihc firmflfB and thpso In,trvestcd lt agHi culture in a series or pamphlets, coii' talnlrig Infbraatlon ami suggcrtliotiii 'of Inestimable vnluo and pretseutod (n ft elmplo and moat practical ttinn' jijitr. J'b yomLi rocendy griidilafod rinm colleao with a nlnnf ln,lltrn..U.i Jdeaf funilug woUUI hayo shonli 'lhtii tyin guf deii ljjj ordorpd I ho aoVfiptthl tPjriRwk.on onco ntnllbntitl; k'MthctuHlaerid In chnrorh 't rli .,.!, io uuy some turnips null iltivp thte inep. ROilsUng chl (Hem Up (d Jilnhtj i.ey lidd done wJlh the holalflbuM ' Onh ot tho gicatest obsiatjib to . fiiLc(MiB one link tt cliiihm.l wilh Id or hired man, who trv.t3 with con tentfil the lltorntnliro of tho nsrlcul t.iro department prefcirlng tho long exploded theories and systems of his father. Thorofoio one" it obliged tt ! '.ho modtrn systems )o dln-ct JMelllgently, and must have, too, tho coutngo to force her convictions nuc Wvo through the days of doubt unt' tmbcllot or her employes, watchln? ':ui thoy do not insist .heir demre for her failure and thereby lusiiro her futuro dependenco upon them. I In 18(J3, long beforo any bucIi n 'filptanee was given tho peoplo by thu government, a woman who has elnco 'become prominent In affairs, vlththr nld of it negro refugco and tno oi three "hands" to help wot It nnd pick tho crop, raised seven bales of cot ton surpassing In quality lhat rnlsrd by men farming In that section ot thr country. 1'rJOr to this she hud neve seen a cotlou plantation. In addition she grow the hay, corn nnd outs for her teatm, nnd till thu garden produce consumed by her family, hiving Id hor woll-Btocked gat den the first eel ery ever grown In that part ot the country. Her flower guidon vno noted for Its rnro vmioilcs of rose? und flowers, yot alio foun.1 lime to tench Jior child, lior nnnio was n fnmlll'tr one to every soldier In the western army for her work In their bchRi!. It ;ruck farming or nuy hraiioh of It Is undcttaken, n woman, lo be flitcoisnful, should bo willing In be gi't la n small waytoo large Ideas and midden 'enthusiasm nrc too often thp secret ot the fnllmo and dlnswd ot women with farming as n prollt ablo venture. ; Cultivate only so much laud as you cun direct personally, requiring but otic or two men for tho rough uork of plowing and tilling tho soil. Much of tho lighter ,work can oven bo tin dertnken by a woman herself, where necessity demands. This need not be done In 4i way to destroy Lny good looks or pcthonnl attractions she mnj lioHscsM. With proper' attention she may htlll ptescrvo her smooth sMii und hands which murk tho woman ol letlncuieiit. In exchange for tho pule llfclcbs complexion, the nut row chest, sho may acqulro tho glow of hoallh, tlm expanded chest of good lung do elopniont, and the bllghtnoHs of eyn Indicative of liupplncus nnd men tnl activity. To tiuck farming the larger crops can bo added in order to provldo for the stock nnd nnlmnls hecossary to carry on tho work or add lo ono's comfort li) living. Coin and grass crops arc piofllnblp as well. Uu entering upon funning one must examine I ho lund or select il with reference to tho ciop ono wishes lo cultivate or which is most prorlt ublo for tho market ono is to supply. Tho question ot holl cntets most piornliicnlly Onto nil one's plans and pioflts, as (ho feeding nnd working of tho soil quickly Increases or dimin ishes tho proflttj lu expense and la bor. Fertilizing materials or food for the soil boyond what may aecumu mtc on n rami wuero animals are owned und fed aro now prepared nnd sold by companies at a less costthnn ono can prepaio them by tho old methods. This grcntly simplifies the work nud teduees tho tlmo iipcessury to tho proper prepmatlon ot tha soil. Then, too, they can bo nccuinlely do ponded upou un contuluing only such Ingtcdlentn an mo absolutely casen tlal to tho growth und character of your produce. While ono must be guided by" ono'a market thoro uro a few things which upply to till mar kets. Specialties me better than too many things which cheapen as the season ndvunegs. A fnrm growiugnll lfnds of Vegctubles rcuulres so much labor, owing to no many things ma- I111I115 ul ono time, thut tho profits uro rapidly consumed. It 11 woman will select ono or n fow specialties, such us nsparngus. strawberries, melons, tho cnntuloupc, colory, artlcnokcB, all klnda of lot luce nud sulnd luxuries, lino varieties of which uro found onty on tho lubles of the rich, nnd will carefully lni piovo In quality nnd delicacy to the'h greater perfection, tho labor tcqulied Is less nnd Iho profits aio greater. .Should sho bo ablo to add a small greouhouso lettuce, onions, iiidlahcs nnd niuHhroouiH, und even cucumbers will furultih n good toventio In the winter months, with mi nppoi Utility lo ndd lo thcuo violet cultuio or somq variety of florlculturo In which wqnv en huvo over bohit most successful. 1 Quality rather ihau (inutility (oday plays an Important pait In tho suc cess and prolL of market gardening, ub ouu can comhuiud a better prlOo for a perfect product attractively pre schtcd than u great quantity which docs n6t l4avo ono tlmo carefully to ptopare f6f market, nnd to must he uold ut iho loYost price. This. J.00, is nnothor oint in which wortiBjt a'ld utoro dpi to succeod than iueti'&'u iudl-kbt ijahleneia tho appro elation of necebstty of ntfrncttveness ?lf olio's; prodilco.' Flist. cleanliness Ik Voj-y important: then jf tho veo tribicK aro. of untform size nud bunched ffllo-d InbuiuHos of enroful (ixnctnoBs and nilt'jiito Uaskots or boxen lu leg ula.r.arruiigonleiils, Ihoy will attract thb eyo of tho buyer and otleu, If not always, command higher prices ILl?JL" the. smaller details n ft 8m- an quleklygru3pu and which, If close-' ly adhered to, will promote her suc cess. Whilo these small points will fur liter her succors n w'otnnu muut have piaelicul business ideas or must po-it herself fully on tho actual value of labor, machinery nud materials and neccsnary expenneo of cmrylugon the work ot a farm; for I regret o say that men nro apt to picnuni" upon iter Ignorancu In bucIi ninttcrti tuul Iter pursO pays tho peinlty. A Good Excuse. Mother I'm nsliamcd to Ihlnlc jou can't ilo bqtlfi- In school.- Why can1! you lead your clnsj? vVIIHc Say, ma, jou told me mjh iihlu't want mo over lo Do conceited, ai.' 1 notl.e when 4 boy leads tuc ;as iio nlvay.s i,vic concoIlOii. J - i - - 1 . . ... TO PAINT POPE'S PORTRAIT. Younn American Artist Achieve Great Distinction. Wflltnm IMwaids Cook, who will be tho fliat American nrtlst to paint a poi trail of l'ope Plus X.. Is a nntlvo ol Independence, Iowa. Ilo now has a studio In Iloiiie, wheio he baa lived for a j t-ir, nnd piovloutdy had been a pupil of .liilleu nt Tails. Mr. Cook'? Hist fulon plctuie, exhibited In li'OI, was n llfe-alzo portiall of tho sculotor, WILLIAM E. COOK. (American ArtMt Who Will Paint a Portrait of the Tope.) Pope, of lioaton. and . tho following j ear ho exhibited another life-size por trait. Ho aluf has douo bo mo mural painting nnd receU'd honorable men tlou al tho l.a.:nr.iiH comjictlllou at New York In 1UU5. Mr. Cook's father Is .J. K, Cook ot . Indqpcndonco. Tho artist studied at tho Chicago Alt In ptltute and the New Yoik Academy 0,' Design. United States' Vast Wealth. It I b' Kufo to nssiimo that tho weaUi of tho. United States dfffein but llttlo from thnl ot Great Britain and Russia combined, nnd la blit;ht)y In oxcea? In liko wanner tho rr.ijterty ot tho United States ut the present time Is doubtless slightly In excess of tho com bined wealth or tlio richest? nations or continental Kuropc France, with m estimated valuation in 1S9G of ?f7,luC, '583,000, and Uermnuy, with ?.19,1S0, 053,000 a total of 8t);341,14?.O0O. Census Bureau. Cost $1,400 to Collect $1. Tho. most expensive member of Un do Sam's custom servlco lu tho col lector of tho port of tho Llttlo Kgg hurbor (Pa,) dlsttlct. Il'u not hlu ruult, however. Ho'b Juat as vlgllnnt ns tho hnwks of tho grout port or New York, wheio It coals nbqut three or four cenln to collect one dollar of cus loins. Dutlablo goods seldom como Into Tuckcrton, and when 40 cent,s was returned to Sccretaiy Slmw in tho total ciistouiH ioccpts for thh dlstilct, Collector Frank Willing I.eneh didn't Bond with It a letter of apology. Ho Just know lhat ho couldn't help It It It hud cost I'nclo Sam nt tho rnto ot ubout ?1,100 n j ear lo collect a dol lar. Mr. Icach wan formerly scciotaty lo Senator Quay. Ills appointment to thu colectorshlp lwo years ago at u fatilury of ubout $IiU0 annually was 11 suipilso, ror It was not known that ho was a. candidate, llo'a willing tu keop tho jilucc, however, and oven nindo u fight to save hlu district, from being nbollHhed, ns It Is likely to hi along with a number of others woru llio cost or colleollon Is enormously nut of ptopoHlon to tho recelpls. fletort Covrteous. Ilo (mockingly! Mo.it matt llkn "tho soft pillow of n woluuii's mind." Hho (cutting!) Yts, because the." feel thoy ncbd somotody olso's op!n Ion to boliitor lUcut tip, Parental Guidance. To bti ticlful It thh oulv niimii of parental victory; ,tb bp HaLclifnt vfllllo Hecmlng Indlffe;icii(,'',l0 gtlldo wllli aa tn tlblo hand. Luv'inla liarl. il In a Bad ytiy. "I.ove," lenwrkB riu hrban philoso pher, "Is blind, frequently dumf, dud, ro tar an mivice iseoucoriicti, invnria blT df,"-7Vshln;lftn ItMltl, VAST WEALTH OURS UNITED STATES RICHEST COUN TRY ON EARTH. Outotrlppjnu Anything That Ever Hat ' Been Known In History Is the Measure of Undo Sam' Affluence. Tho United States Is tho. wealthiest country lu tho world. In tho brief spun of its young llfo Ihlu lnfitnl na tion of olir-,has broken all records to luting tu tho accumulation of tlchoj, and wo nro beginning to think ot bil lions Instead of millions. Tuko II any way j 011 like, njul thu nienauro ot our nllluencc outstrips anj thing ibnt has ever been known bcfoic, says the Now York Sun. Our counliy hns mote actual money, moio gold, a" larger olumo ot exports, gieatcr banking fnellltlcH. richer farms, moro' producllvo mines, muio mllllonuireB, moro well-to do tinder men, moro Independent farmers, moro highly paid laborers and a grcator ills (rllmllon of tho limn lea which richer bihig Ihau any other nation hns over euloycd sluco time began. One day last October Undo Sum hud gathered Into his money ntorc houao In Waahington the greatest amount of gold over collected al. ono plno in tho hlBtory of tho world gold lopiesentlng ?S71,S93,S!)0. Thh wnK( indeed n. high-water niurk. Wo had thoro lu ono llttlo room moro gold than was in circulation In Orcat LJrl tulii. ' The laigvil receipt cyer glran, tho grt-ateiil money, ttusl over undoilakcn In history, wnH when thu present treas urer of tho United Stales, Charles II. Treat, went Into office. Ilo receipts to Kills II. ttobcrts, the retiring treas urer, for nil tho money nud securities In tho vaults ot thu treasury, i total or ?l,.,5!,598,278.Ct. II required fiom July I to September C to count the moucy, nud nt tho completion of tho task the accounts balanced lo a frac tion, Tho costliest governmental estab lishment lu tho world Is the British navy, upon which a billion and a hair has been expended within tho last ten cara. Yet threw Individual Anieil caus Kockcfcllor, Carnegie and Clark could havo paid tho whole bill and still hao some" pocket money left. The United Stntcs Is now spending about a hundred millions a year on Its navy, and wc nro now at thin kind ot cxpendltiiio. Thut wo aio not invest ing moro than wo can ufford Is shown by tho fact that our dlaplny-lovliig women spent $100,000,000 for dia monds put chased In foreign lands dur ing the last two ij'cars. In fact, wo nro so rich that tho sulcs of produco nud manufactured articles that wo aro bending abroad each, year Is equal to a sum sufficient, to ndpport all the navies In tho world. When It comes In Individual wealth wo havo a dozen cJUzons who arc worth moro than all rthc klugs and rulers of tho world, taken collectively or severally. Tho czar of RubMla Is reputed to have a grcator lncomo than any other living man, but his private for.luuo Ib bo mixed up with trio gov ernmental lovcuues that it is Impossi ble lo sopnuto them. If a distinction could bo nindo John D. Itockelollor could undoubtedly make a comparison with Iho wouk-splncd Nicholas, and show tho blggeal pile. Tho ItuoHlnu monarch's wealth is tho accumulation of an emplio, centurion old in the mak ing, while tho Ohio oil magnate can remember when he had nothing. To say lhat tho t'otal valuation of tho wealth of tho United States Is ?107,000,000,000 is not understandable. A hundred billion dollars lu such a pllo of money that tho simple mind cannot grasp, lis moanlug on tho In stant. It is moro than twico tho total amount of tho wealth of tho United Kingdom, of France, or of Ooimany; und ovor three times that of ItiiEsla or of Austria-Hungary." Probably tho best way of Illustrating tho nctual ox lent of Undo Sam's riches la In stale that if he could convert nil hlu assets Into money ho would havt. nearly four times as much as would bo required lo pay off" tho cntlro national debt of ull tho governments hiUho world, In cluding bin own. ".- Useless.' r. It Is uselcsR to try, tocodvince the man who bna his artns arodrtti a pretty girl that lire Is a barrel waste. Wise Precaution. "Who put up that tbVcplpo?" "My iiapa." "''' "bid ho, havo tiny .troubio?' "I tloti't know. Mfilntha tnado tho go out of tlio room before ha started." -flovoljifad LcadUi , . ..-. With the Jill. A MnsachuuRtt doctor holds that, dfcipll Inbdfrn tliobH.&i bleMltis l8 the only way 16 treHtt-paticnts. Willi or wllhdut a kiilf? y0,c Modern Hospitality, Hospitality If lliat sM& something ift c6hlpl k to mArAlM6-ft periton iU im hitti and ihhrtiUJr-ror bdr- Mi iiiiili in dPllli f'iir'j-iS y . . ...n ...,. ...., , -.- ilL..' X r-.. --v 1 LIPE STORY ON AN EPITAPH. Odd Monument 'Over Grave of Veteran of Indian Fight, Tho longest epitaph In Arlington National cemetery at Washington 1 lhat carved on tho strangely shapul monument of Captain John W'illlania, of tho marine corps, who died ot woundn tccclvcd in an Indian flKhl In riorldft in 1812. Tho inscilptlon fol lows: "lleie lies tho lcmnlns ot John Wil liams, Esq., lalo a captain In the Corps of U S. Mnrltics. Was born in Staf ford county, Virginia, tho 'Jlth ot Au gust, 17C5. und died on tho 29th of Sep tember, 1S12, ut Camp Now Hope, In East Flor'ldn. Tho body of deceased wn3 removed lo this spot, over which Monument with Long Epitaph. ! Ib brother ofllccrs in the marine corp" huvo caused this pllo to bo orcc.ted In testimony of his worth and in theli mournful admiration of ills girtlnnt out!. "On tho Uth of September, 1812, Captain William?, on his march with a command of 20 men to Davis crook block house, In cant Florida, was at tacked townrda evening by upwards of 60 Indians and negroes, who lay con cealed in tho woods. Ho instantly gavo battle, gallantly supported by lilt men, who, inspired by his animated ex ample, fought as long as thoy had a caitrldgo left. At length, bleeding un der eight galling wounds and unable to stand, be was carried off tho battle ground, whilst his heroic llttlo baud, pressed by superior numbers, was Toiccd to lelicat. "Eminently characterized by cool lu tiopldlty, Captain Williams evinced during his short but sevcro conical thosn military prcioqulsitea which pualiry the offlcor for command, and II his spheic or action was too limited tc attract tho admiration of tho world, II was sufficiently expanded to ciown him with tbo approbation of, 1iIkcoiiii try nnd to.afford his brcllnun ln4nrnts an example as highly uso(uI U"tjhixlt has sealed with honor thH fffebMpa trlot soldier." ' '""$ Cnptuln Williams monument lis an elongated pyramid with two long nud two Phort. sides. The inscilptlon, which Is In Hcrlpt lcttoiing, covers all fout sides of tho ntonc. The ytone, thoupb It appears largo In tne picture, i barely a foot high. It way be of nand stone, but to ono unskilled in cuch mat tors, it appears to bo of molded ce incnt. NAMED BY GREAT EXPLORER. Waterway Called After Champlaln Has Now No Designation. 1 1 A namo which Samuel Champlaln applied to n certain waterway in our country should bo revived. Cham plain has been called "tbo real found er and tho father ot Canada." lie was also tho ili3t who carofully ex ploied tho coasts or our New England, yi'iua beforo tha coming of tho I'll gilm Fnthors, and acurate and con clso was his description of tho Bhorcs and wntors that ho followed into Penobscot and Boston bays, past Capo Cod and along tho south coast to Buz burds bay. Chnmplaln was a mode t man, but for onco In his cat cor ho gave hl3 own namo to a geographical feu turc that which rnnrked tho end of his discoveries In what aio now United Slates watein. Ho wrote: "Coasting along to tho southwcal nearly 12 leagues, wo passed near a river which is very small and difficult tp approach because of shallows and locks at Its mouth. 1 gavo It my namo." Seeing this waterway fiom tho deck Of. his robBel, Champlaln mlsappie bended Its nature It Is uot a liver, but Is 9, shott aud nunow Jdxnlt, wid cuing at two places Inland and con necting tho waters of Buzzntds ba wllh Vineydrd sohiul. The village ol Wooda Holo stands on its northern shore. Td-flay this waterway tsehnts to have no namo.' It la Vcty clearly mapped on tho goternraont topographic oheot but without n nfTrno. Tho lcddlhg gAiotleor Wys mdrely that Wodd'J Hoto Is situated On a smitU strait.. The fact haa b6cu forgoltOh that It ,vvu named by tho great cxploi or who wa tho filst to Ctkll dltdntloit to It. Secret or Jewish Success. Undo fteilcinnn. t,ha wlMtuownNw folk hankbr aud pulUnthrbplyt. t4s aslifld several days dgo why Jcwa tu vaHftUly succeed, and hlft rply was: "My, lipio keep their hrd. work harri And "pd thIr djlr tlrh In The World's Habit of Ill-Uslna. "Thcuch my complaint of tho world la new, lta habit ot lll-urlng Is voiy ancient. Columbus Whllo In Chains. . Within Ourselves. Thousjh wo travel tho world over to find tho beautiful, we must carry It with U3 or wo find It not. Emerson. Mortality Among Children. Of every ten chlldtcn born In Kt is land and Walcp, only ficvon teach th ago of 20. In France only oneh?lf of the children born reach that ag, and Irolnnd shows a still moro d?plor tbl record. Advice. When a man succeeds through herding the 'advlco of others he Is always inclined to think that )ila trl timrh wohld havo ten moio biHtlcnt If ho had (ono his own way. UNION S7O0': VAEDS. Unjon Stock Yurds, Ills., Feb. 23. Cattlcltcc'elpts 20,000: estimated for- Tuesday, 0,000; market Htcatly 0 ahadu lower. Prime beeves, 5. CO fj) 0.&5; poor to medium 1.10 r.r0; BtockcrH and feeders, 2.70 ffp 4.(13; covvo and heifers, 2.70 (0 G.13;. ean licrs. J..G3 p 2.00; Texaniv t! 4.76. Hogs ltccelpts 30,000; estimated for 'Tuesday. 27.000: market 38c low. cr;' light C.S0 ": rough U.S0 fD O.l'O; mixed 7 7.10: heavy 7.03 & 7.10; pigs 0.13 0.b3. Sheep Ufcelpts 25,000; CHtlmntud for Tuesday, IS.000; market steady; native sheep, a. 50 0.03; western bhcCp :i.73 11 3.05; native lambs, I.7B 7.C5; western Intnbf, 5.10 7.01. PITTSBURG. Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 23. Cattle Itccclpla 133 loads; market steady. Choice, 3.70 0; prime, v-,50 G 5.03; good 5.20 5.10: tidy butcher, 1.00 ft 5.15; lair 1.10 (fp 4.50; choice helfo, 1.50 gc 5; coinmou to fair hcirerc. 2.50 (T 1: bulla, 2.50 Q 1.50; fat eowa, 2 1.25; good fresh cows and spring ers, ?25 Q ?50; common to fair, ?1G ?20. Sheep aud lambs Receipts 10 loads; market active aud 15 to 20c higher; prlmu wethers, 5.05 5. S3; good mixed 5.5 TO 5.00: fair mixed 4.03 g 3.23; ciilla nnd common, 2 (y),a: laiubjj 5 7.00; veal calves, 9 (ff 0.50; heavy nud thin. 1.50 5. Hoga Receipts 10 dfjuhledceks; market, active. Prima heavy hogB, 7.15:" mcdluniH and heavy yorkcre. 7.5(1 fy 7.35; light yorkcra, 7.53: plga, 7.15; roughs, C & 7; stag;', 5 GHIOAOtTfiRAIN. Chicago, Feb. iiJ.-Whcall-3 (n) 3-8o bettor but J-S nnd l--o be low be-t price rcueJieil. .Muy sold between 77 0-8 and 7S Il-l; opening nt 78 ami clo'in-,' ut 78 1-J; .luly between 78 1-1 and "U 1-S, open hig nt 7S 5-8 mill closinj; at 7S 7-S; No. 'J icd winter 7(i and 77. Dulutli reported New York us resellers- of Durum wheat tlieto tuul early bujers hero vvetu sellers lato. TJujI news on wheat poured into iho pit in latfro quantities. Tt in cluded heavy buying of cash wheat at various points of tho world ami largely on .Russian account. Ktig laiul -was- also reported a bij; buyer. L'onsiderablo Canadian wheat was sold in .bojid in various positions. Cash wheat was in better demand here. World's shipments were lcs than expected at 11,0112,000 bushel Imt 'nearly H,000,000 bushel moro thnu last yenr. Corn-l-S .'l-Sc lower; lay sold bcl h gen 47" 1-1 and ""'17 U-lj cpi'iiiug ut -17 ,3-1 and closing at 47 fi-S July between 40 fi-S ' mid 47 1-S; opeuhijr at 47 and closing nt40 7-S; No. 3 yellow 1J and 411 Irrogiilnr and tmscltleil. Coimid orublp prcsstu'o was shown on hard sputa, 4i. r""18 luul lmlii "'I' lo l-'o tii ',,1" y fioltl uot'eiiii 41 7-8 und 4j. -J, opeiiln- at jo , clo3ln H 42,1-4; July bulween .- 1-2 nud 00 ia. opptini!,' tit 7 C-8 and clos ln?,lll.8.r ;W; lN0- - -vvliilo 43. . I'mvisioiiH-D mid il' l-2c lotyev; lhv ili-odtlcts rahyed: Pork 10,00 ft id lOiSO; lithl ).7L 1-2 mid O.SOi ribs fj.112 1-2 nnd 0.30, tbLBDO OilAll. 77 0.1; May SO 3.1; July ail "' ovpicpuur OU 1-S, Coiil-Cdsh in n'i. iv i a 1 i. J-dly j8 S.8: September 4S 7S. 0.-itft-Cnah 43 1.2: May i3 1-t; July 30 l-i; Scplbmber 81 1.4. Rye No. 1. 72 1-2; No. 2, CD 1.2: NO. 3, 07 J. 2. 1 OloverHctuUCash 8 February,, 8; Mai'flll 8- Atll-ll 7.RD- nt-lilit, ntli lln i,te. e Daily Market Report Primo ilmot1)2.20. iG'T,; ,,' " Jigure Up r Tho amAtinc of money you havo lost by keeping your spare rottms vacant so long. A largo tntmiu it not? Make up your mind that you will loso money no loiiRcr in thU way. Havo your ad inserted in Tho Mirror for a week which will cost you GO cents. Your room will then bo rented. Chord commission to pay, is it not? Phono ada to No. 9 cither phone. HELP WANTED ANTED An experienced farm baud by tho year. Addrwa It, Mirror. l-28.tfd&TT WANTDD-Clrl to do tfmicral house woik. Permanent. 502 S. Stato " "ot. LIthor phono S3 or Boll 038 It. 2-0.tr WANTKD 23 g'wd bench' or floor tnolders Steady eniployjueut ind good wages. Zanesvllle Mallcnblo Co., Zanoavllle, O. 2-20-Ct WORK WANTED WANTED Position ns farm uaud or manager. Om give referenced. Am married. C. D. It., Dox 223 Marlon. 2-20.6t WANl'ED-Wnshliig to do at Lome! uMrs. Cochrum. No. 2 Kenton At., Phono 2 on S19. 2.22-Ct WANTED Sewing ot all kluds. First class at very reasonable prices by Mrs. G. T. Klngcry ,'at C07 North Prospect or by Citizens phone, 1.107S. 2.25-Ct TOR SALE FOR SALE-3 modern liousea ou 11 hard Aveuuo (catit side) between Bcllcfontaluo Aveuuo aud Columbia street. Inqulro 117 1-2 South Main street or Citizens' Phori 1301. FOR SALIS-A No. 8 cook btove. good as new, coal or wood. Juit half price, CG'J E. Church, or nd dress S., euro .Mirror. "u PUULiIU SALE 1 will offer ut public" sale Thursday, Feb. 28", four mlle3 west of Marion, ou Gurley pike, horses, cows, 'sheep, farm utensil?, hay and grain und other articles. 2.23-3tpd JOHN M. MARKKA. FOR SALE-8 room hoii.se. Inquire" at 23!) Dlalnc Avenue. 2.23.et BOARDING. FOR ROOM AND BOARDING-tu qulro at 107 W. George Street. 2-25-6t STORAGE STORAGE WAREHOUSE AND PACK ING McClaln's will pack, ehlp 01 storo your hosehold goods, quickly, safely, economically. Either phont 338. 7-monfrttl AU01IOKEERS AUCTIONEERING--J. W. Clark will cry sales of every description at reasonable rates. Satisfaction guaranteed. Your interest Is my Interest. Office rooms, Court street. Both phone?. Marlon, Ohio. 9-8.tf I CAN SELL Your Real Estate or Business No Mattor Whoro Located. Properties and Business of all kind old quickly for cash in all parts of the United States. Don't wait. Write today describing what you have to sell and givo cash price 'on ade. IF YOU WANT TO BUT iny kind of Business or Real Ka tato anywhere at any pries writ mo your requirements. I can saw you time and money. DAVID P. TAPP, THE LAND NAN. 418 Kanaafa Avanii. .1 IttPKKA, KANSAS. CHICAGO PROD-JOE1 Chicago, Feb. as.-RggaIktroa 30: firsts 27; primo flrsl3 28. Mullor-KxtrdH Hi cicaniory, 32 1-fi jiino extras 2? l-2ni-r Cheese Twins 3 3-2; yoiinii AniorlritB, 14 1.4 ft 14 1.2. " ' Iilvo noultryTurltei'a. bonit llr clilckchs, hcus, H; . duct 12 'goose, per ooscn, 70 g ii.oy. NEW YORK .PRODUCE. Now Yorkf I'abj 2&J-Ebbs-R. eblpls 8,503 paokUgost lowor. Near by whlto fancy 32 txtra nilscd.s.aa G 30; wstoni flhril, tJS'lilif flMl-l 28'j wlitliOrh 20 eP'SS. ' ' ' ' ' , I . 1 'I ( m m ' c 1 jttSf fe IsBslt.'wR ssssIL I.4S1 El lilF' ' I, ) 1 &.,'- "'' .. -v' Jr- V ' ,. -a v ' I t V, '1 . i ..' "-.y. j ;,v "' B. .'. .;( " M.'. . ' . ' l i . , - j . 1 1 t l -' -l .. KlL 1 .1 t -, . ' . li. ' 'I 1.1,'' .. 1. '',. 1 "fts A,; d iiWjn' Atr V--'"- - 1 N. ., V (ikkAtoi2!aLr.