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ARRESTED FOR CONTEMPT.
rrsuts Nerved on a Hoard of t'ouuljr
tf bonrJ m pjuiiuimhiub ui tun
Lw county were in .pedal session
imtiht T-Z.!; ..
a tim IUH1D liUUI .UORiniVBUUIOlUB
I i rjiauumv -uj.s.uD
f Jl..,. ll, .v. ... I
I..... PI IIIIIIBIIOII.M .nr. up
vUg"l ' r----
..m.elvrl of oouterupt. Judgment
ir nr:il inousmiu uuuni. hhhiuh iiw
Irv was recently obtained
jBiniifd uy ni" .. , -u,l.(!i,. wheat flt)
a tai of """ tlJ Hy it-
tlltr wai nearly euougu uiuuoj in ;
Le county treasury tu pay me jung- ,
, t, II'' coniniisiouoii lovten uui i
till, ami. not iikuik iuo anoruey mi
i.. claimant, did not notiry turn 01 t'10
J.j When ho w b7 tu0 o'lloUl ro- j
Jit that the full 4 mills bad not been
vi-d, h advised the suprnme court of ;
irt oiatt-r, which enmed the actiou
1'icu tonight. It Is id by the oounty ;
2-urm-y that the board will be able
3 purge it't'l' ' t'19 contempt with-,
It going to D.-uvor iu charge of the
A, riff. i
FOR THE CUBAN ARMY.
Sad to He Collating
i. ii ii g
Srattle. D-0..18. A spooJai to the
tui-luiollirffuctT from Tort Angeloi
TbeCuabu junta baa a representative
tuil city who baa aucceoded iu
L-ruiting 200 young men lor tne Co-
ma aruir. I bey ure prepared to leave
'4r the Kant ou receiving trauaporta
"d ii, which hua been ptomlHed by the
Hula. It ia authoritatively atated that
ti-y will be Joined eoveral other com
raie forming on the Souud. The
T .... . ... .... T I
J,.n ia lor tnem 10 ku iu ci. aaiuin
Wbrre they will be aupplied witn aroii
1, tix mouths' provUioua. Theii
Ltimaiou from that point ia kept
U but ,hey are proini.ed trana -
Latum to Cuba. In the event of the
it-cein of the iuHurgsnta, those who e n -
kt are to receive a tract of land, the
Jiouut of which is to depend npon its
tlue, but to be uot less than eighty
iiei. This laud ia to be aupplied by
e confiscation of Spanish plautatioua.
(liricultural impleiuenta are also proin-
id for working tne lnd.
To 1'Ftrirjr Human lloillra.
Chicago, D.o. 18 Charles D. and
uk liovdstou, of this city, think
i t have discovered a method of turn
ig buumn bodies to atone and preserv
in them forever. In the basement
tbeir establishment there la the body 1
a young woman who died July 18
fet ihis body aluoe it waa treated
them has turned to stono, or to a sub-
Luce resembling it, and appears to !
ituperii-lmble. Iu an upper room of '
ie establishment is auother body of a j
oiHD who died August 23, which
H al;r ,0 !",ve t perifl0(!-!
line urotners nave neen experiment-1
iig for years, but the discovery of a J
pkcesa ot petrincaitou was iu some
ri-iHYts au accident. Eight or ten
1 .. .. . ...... i
i tiles ago tney oegan to treat oodles '
nth a preparation which has petrify. :
jgproper.tes with such encouraging ;
n"ultab.t the, kept up their ex Li-!
Vrlrr.ma tu Hnve I'refnraure.
Washiugton, Dao. 18. Senator
'lUtohcll of Ureogn, today introduced
ai'iii to niueiid section 1754 of the re
vfc.'d statute. That section aa missed
I9iu, provided that persona honor-
ly niiseahrged from the
jvHl .ervice byreasou of disability
altiugfurm wounds or sickness in-
trred iu the line of dntv shall lm !
ferrtd for appointment to civil ;
tlUi, provided they are found nos- i
bosiimss capacity necessary for a I
if per tliichiirge of the duties. I
JTiieaimu inieut gives the preference !
I . . . "V1" 1,10 premrence
wi nouuratily rinoharnod persous
u t.10 military or naval service !
veliaout regiird to reason for suoh dis-
jrni', provhUd they have served 00
ur more in the war of thorebleliou
"IT Ill ll III War. Mitchell innnnrl.
-'-n bill with a brief speech on bia
4tien. It was referred to tho commit
t ou civil tervice retrcuohrnert.
sirrul.rra-, llun.lamen Withdrew.
l'-cuia, Dtf0. 18 City Treasurer
nilerg today wrote a letter to his
stLeu, Bfking them to withd raw
"I to pay out H20.00U on hand,
"T deotee court, This was fol
''1 by the withdrawal of all the
''"rnu, which waa accepted at the
Ml speri'il session tonight. The
"nl redi'.ceil 1 hp
ifi.UOO, aud skirmished nil
't'be. but could noffind thorn. Un-
I ,n ,lle ,resnrer is liablo for only
I 'd: f t'le bond, and ,v.,i r,,,t
it i.l ''"
T niinoUE lllmlranu, r.n.
win Have a New Chlf.
..m . D'c. IS Mayor Belt and
1 Poiioft If lurfli,,-..
f tou.ght in the mayor's office.
wine near leariiiiR to blows
' Nxjor afterward demanded the
tii.n of the chief, and the chief
to realm, TKo v, a
'T l'U'rti arrt with u .. 1
.1 , , ui3 inityor, rnu
fm,i l probably be removed at
r,,f c""ruTe"y grew out of an
tLe, '""Jor for the ohief to close
tn 7 i1""'' whioh order wi not
by the chi,f.
K'lln br )lutyi
'fttricre. I t n. .0 .
.,!,, - - -i io. v one
stand creatino i.,
m V 1 11 u'iui upuutt iji a
v' M I bed, wno ki,led thfl CrU
ill-.!, rear ago. Waa shot
h? " Vty sheriff. He was
ly,lU arreitud 1.. .
hixtn,,, i , 1 ,u loe evening i
-t b nT , tllB "alo"u an1 P'ocei
M in .u Ut after hls "lease be re-
hi. . " rlMa d was flourish-!
he wai killed vita
""'al El.n , t.0,ltl.
'Hoh:,. '"-"At the special
countv, br or-
'"ll Dr 1 iH-iue cue lie
JHir Republican, and
rJpav, eppuir; Dr .Btm; WH3
, ', rjP'Jiuts failed to notnl-
-sailt;it wxA r .
ii; n ." r- olms nan no
H t...'..K ,,"ugh a few PoDulist
t II .....
quuts Dr. Eori30
that r i vvaI r,AB.
1 ul,,17 liibleto commit
vi,ii,. I , V ' """on county and
' . " "' "-WHlhi Wall.
1V. , lit ...... 1 ..
iry, r.lio Mo i,.r tlllnllt-J
v hone w liii-.j.-irAJV.
- ', lom-ige, lioili-d oats
foll,m: UHHi h,-
., ,:, i ; laser, JJ.(a.
i,t r", ,-. ... ." " '""'J. m oj per tou : meat.
i clover. niiimiii o
. , vVl ,0.w
vi.. . .....
i.Hr'r 15 00; short,.
.,.H"ty dairy. ;;,-,c: fair m .v.i
Jl IOKn.-Calif,.i;u r.-. ..
umonk-s.)c n-r Da k
r.,rL ' '.V. "-HliS0O: geeHe. ,5.00;
Euua-Dr..,;.,,,, ixjj rr .joj.e,,.
t-IIKKHK Uieoli 11... V l :
I ca. IJc ,fr pound.
i L.iKA,U.(,0aru.i Il(,w 7o
'Iu-h "'.lll;ttlj,'1';.ll4CM-r pounililonia.
fcSJe p(-r poumi ; wuK beuim '"ai.i II
: ttiill Mil . - . ' "
UllMlinl,i.B. lfii.iLiii! i-r k..
plH.it, 1.6J (l.r .rate; iorn, lil4
i-.c per duzi-n; niiiiiiner equaMi, 20c
per box ; kivi-ii pi-pp, !,,, L.r 1,,
ilioi'ii.u. i,i 11-luiiloiin.i leinoiiH,
fant y, are iii,te.l at ;.5Uia3.:a ,.,.r Ihx ;
bananas. .f,o ,.r mm.h . Valeiu ia lute
oraiiK..s, H.rHH.,5.00; pim-applw, fj.uo
Hikmi Km ii California applfx, 11.00
(; 1.0U; OreKon, 1 p,.r Im.x ; crab applca,
b&c; pears, rCcfot-; I(ruue, Vr
Jiotind ; .alaway pi-aehen, tiOc i:K ;"f nake
river and lmliaii Ktd, 70c per box; i
ternieloiiH. Kulmiu river, tl ihi n,,r,l..
Calilornia, I 15 per dozen ; i aiiti lonpeg,
-'"Kn, launau per tiate; iiiiii(1.8, i
Ifpes, 40.fK(.c per crate; lluiiKunuii
l:.l'',1,;B; H'r S 1 y per iaiiiu.1 j
, bleaehe.l, n.,,,,;,; m"leM 3 to
j aun-dried, bai ka or boxes
pears, enn and evaporated,' Coc;
, prunes, 4.' ( tie per pound ; tis 10c per
yv.u ibiicv. iuc, per rtound: i-aju
em Oregon, U a He,
JIohs .New crop, i(,7 lcc.
A u lit lVanuis, (ituti'.jc per pound for
raw, 10c lor rum ted; to.Wiiu s, 0c per
dozen; wal. ins, lUnjlU; pine nuts,
15 ; lncKoiy nuts, 7c; .liestnuts,
15c; Lrazil, 12c j peians. lare, Mr;
JumlK), 10c; lilbeitP, ll"8i ; faiu v, laio,
14c i bard-ebell, 8c; paper-slu'll, lo
I'kovihionh Portland pack : Smoked
bams are (juot-d at lu'(10'c peril.;
picnic bams, 7c; boiidens liains, 7lc ;
breakfa-t bacon, l()c; bacon, ,; dry
fait sides, (ji4c; lard, 5-jiound pails, 7c;
IDs, ti.'bc; 60s, o'4c; tierces, 7c per
JIidkh Pry hide", No. 1, III potin.ls
anil lijiward, 10 u lie per pound; dry
il, o.i,oio iu pound, lov
iter iitiiiinl !
Arx. ....II V.. I .... 1. - c I. . .
Sailed bides, sound Mfers. till tu hi it. to
and over, li'c do, 50 to tiO pounds, 5c'
do, under. 50 pounds and cos, 4iu5v;
Uoi 'IS sound steers, 15 to 30 pounds.
J..- .1.. I III ... .1 . I 'r . 1
,rai lu n pouiuis, oc; tio,
c" f- Vn,1.l'r 10 lK",'. u'i g'een dm- 1
if?1', lc'""" l;01""' culla (bulla, j
I'f1 mt '
hair slipped, weather-beaten or urubl.vi
lla-Khw ax L'O (i 22 per pound.
Tai.i.oh Prime, per p-iuiid, 2',i3cj
No. 2 and grease, Sitnll'gc.
Mercliauillaa Market. !
Salmon Columbia, river No. 1. UIls, i
ll.25utl.U0; No. 2. talis. 2.25(J2.5.1:
failf-V n 1 tlula l T".,.. I UC It..,..
k 1 ,..n. , ,.i ,. v . . ,, .J
25. - T' ' " B' i
Cokdaoe Manilla rope, l'4'-inch, ic '
n noted at 8e: Whim tinul Imr.l iu lui..,l . '
Hope, l'j-in. cir. and upward, ti'c: l
roI,e. ---thread, V.
, B 00 AaUol,leuC, fV; extra C, 4c; !
ury Kraulalt!U. ! cuoe crushed and i
f"0""' PP'i '40 per pound
Hucount on all irrades ioruroinnteju.ii!
half barrels. 1 . riliil'M thrill lm rrtila I
maole suuar. 15m ltk-ner tMinnd. '1
C'okfkk Mocha, 27u?ule per noumi:
Java, lancy, 2bi:'!ic; Costa Kica, 2J ,( 1
2ol(,c; Caracal, 22l...i,ii5c; Salvador, It 1
13 22c; Arbuckle, 17.U; Lion, 17-03 ; j
Coiutuoia, 17.00 per c se,
Pick Island, 4',,i"5c Japan. 4 D
oc ; -ew Orleans, 4y i 'c.
Coal Oil Cases, P.ic;
17)vc; tanks, 15'uc per gallon
W iikat Uaos Calcutta, H.2o'4.o".,
for July and August deliveries.
BaF Gross, top steers, f-2 3"); cow s,
$1.75(2.25; dressed beef, uJ4uf53 per
Motton Gross, best Bheep, wethers,
$2.00; ewes, 2.00; dressed mutton, 4i
Val Net, email, 5s; large, -l.c
lioos Gross, choice, heavv, $,'i.00i(
3.25; light and feeders,
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS
Potatoks Garnet Cliile, 40a 50c;
Salinas BurbankB, 60t75c; Karly hose,
O0(d00c; Kiver Purbanks, 25(35i-;
sweets, 75c(n$1.10 percental.
Onions 60ii!ti0c per sack for yellow,
35c for pickle.
Egos Store, 2.!(24j; ranch, ,'iOc;
ducks. 25j per dizen.
Cuiitsa rancy, mild, new, 11i312j;
fair to good, II 4 10c; Young Auienca. I
llP-')' ! Eastern. UM22 per pound.
Wool fran Joaquin and Southern
coast, poor, 4 35; do Kood, 4't(ijt)c; atl
Joanuiu foothill, good to choice, 6 I
7ic: do year's tleece, 4ii5',.c; Nevada,!
heavy, Ota 7c; do. choice, ti tfh'jc; North- j
em, choice, 10ia 1 lc per pound.
Hav Wheat, S(31".50' wheat and
oat, 7rt 10 ; oat, Mi-i barley, 7 (Ki 1
8 60; alfalfa, tint crop, -i 1 5 do second
crop, f5..r)0(iji).50; clover, I'ii'H; hum k,
t4.00J5 50; per ton. ;
Vkoktaih.es Hay tomatoes, 2r) "lV;
bav cucumbers, 2"',i 4'ic per h x ; pick
bs, liest. 1'jCper pound; Ur f-tifh
20i25c; ei;g plant, -Vc; Alaunds
coin, 1 ; llerklwy, do, oOiuH 'e per crale;
green pwppen, 25i50c; green okr.i, 40 a
"i'k fierlsjx; Lima I cans, "iOu7c string
Uans, tl per sack; garlic, l("2c pet
Hops S10c per pound for new.
Bottkr Fancy creamery, 2'i.-' l .
Beconds, 21(a-"-'c; fancy dairy, 21c;
seoom's 17 " ISc.
Hkkkikk Common ftrawbeiri,-, .". "
4.50; la-pberries, tln'i; black'wrn-s.
t2.50m0.00 per cate; bin k, b. rrn s. H .r
tic per Hjiinil ; cranberries, ts per ' rr--l.
ClTitt s Htt it Mexican limes, ;l.5H '
6.H0; California lemon, tl"' i -'''.
good to choice, tl.&'"'2. W; fancy, 2.5
y .LM per Isix.
Taoi'it al I'm it Panaris, tl.0" 2 W
per bunch; pineapples. 2.St'-f 4.0"' per
dozen; Persian dale-, 5 '5 s, J r pound.
Compressed air is to be iutro.luof 1 as
a motive power on the Sau Fraudsc
itreet cars. 1
BROKE UP THE MECTINO.
the l.'ccklraa try of Imnecr tlaprll4
I!ib I harm.
"M:-M." ynid tin' ImsiiK of llu twen
Hen, "I w.ui ibawi in i:. ccniiiry I he
o'.luv il .y ;.i,l ., baiket of ,,U"ly
Jpii- ,.-n i. I t Itot.K Itt
III'.!. I h:iw.;::i. mil t-ulnn ilieiil, n II J
I've m l. Tt.l tliil'.i M-iit In."
-'l, lei- p,y I.hmii,.," ht, Vn(.
iir uli-l 'Aim was nut mi vaeatlon;
'iSreeii upp'.i n.e My Wiilue!1
"A 11-li-n me ni'.i.iinu e very bene-
to 111,. Mlllipll'..." nlu lOJ.
loll K.ll luljllslln- T Bla.M'H.
"'ell c,-ii,e in,, rr.un anything
i'l". li." iviniiil.e l Ibe gill fn,,",,
Vou are ;,U ,l0 llllM,eM
witli iMoiv tnnli than p,.tiy. ! UH
the i.liwiu. VailUj,- tliein' merely as
llllle ,.f ;ve!l. N'oKi.ly CI1IH npplea
liowa.bi.VH really, but tliere'K !! .,r f
"i eoiiiii.iig llio set-U
Ibe mpl. wer brought In and
ln'c, aimm.l. i:Ueh of the g!rU took
one, but iu tlp-re were no pliten nor
hlilv.w. they waited lliilll their bosteM
took the lnlilal ,V.
"H. re you nre," hIip chirped, "now
l' c;il who niiimit break her appl
-i"i- mi .wo part with la-r own
KeiH will die ., 1, ,.,!,!
'Oli-iih iili," ehuruned tim iflrln.
ii inous as iiisy us rolling off
"am tne asKar Kill, l,t
lier niln.i when she
found her nimle
broken lulu fniiMiu.im
"No wedding ring fr yu. nilsv "
Iniigheil the h.iess, slt, "
two halves of her own apple which
were separated us neatly us with a
apple In completely
JTuted," Kind the lliistim giV,
luiuiiy at the remains of her fruit
"Now. rills, mum the need In your
epplo cue while 1 nay the rhyme:
" 'lie I ve,
Tno I ,,ve.
Three I Ve I .
Pour I love with uil my heart,
I ie I east away;
fix be loves,
Keven hIio ove,
Piclit tiny hoth love.
Nine he ( ohick.
Tea he tarries,
Kleven ho courts.
Twelve In- marries,
Fourteen kisses "
"Look at the mire." Mt,i fflP tirl
from th West. She had ma.le them out
of nppleseeds, while the hosles waa
reading off her charm. Every girl
dhneked ninUJiunpod on a chair, and
tliet. Hie meeting ndjourned sine die.
II ird to (Jet t'litnphor Knough.
Most of the world's supply of cam
phor eoinoH fiom Japan and Formosa.
or late years tb . demand has begun
p' ' !' Niipply, nya the VoutVa
i roinpiinloii, unci the qneKtlon has nris-.i
, bow- the latter can be maintained. Ons
; of the reasom- why camphor Is beeoiu
; lug M-an-.-r and dearer Is said to be ih.at
: It Is extensively used In the tnatiuf.nv
lure of celluloid. At present camphor
i Is mainly produced from iho n.,i
''""l'hor tree, w h uttalim glgartu
n . 'Pn. one specimen r. n.ly
"" V?. f"l', ,a "' '"'v
lug a trunk over IP., feet in diameter.
Jhe tree s common In Chlnn. nut aa
yet the production f camphor In that
country Is very limited. The camphor
tree Is a member of the laurel family,
ami it Is rela.e l In genua to the cinna
mon tree. It Is said that camphor can
be produced from oilier species 'if trees.
In Horneo a very aromatic camphor
Is obtained frmii the natural ibmo'ilig
of gmn on the ti links of a speclea of hoc
Indigenous to Unit Island and Suma
tra. Horneo camphor Is rare and rovy
TI10 I 'ace Is an Indei to Health.
The fac; Is n good Index of the stMte
of one's physical being, and from it
Fymptoms of disease can be detected
almost before the patient Is aware that
anything serious Is the matter with
l'or Instance, Incomplete exposure of
the eyelids. 1, nderlug Ihe whites of the
eyes visible (luring sleep, Is 11 symptom
of all acute and chronic diseases of 11
Severn type; It Is also to be observed
when rest Is unsound fnitii pain, wher
Twitching of the eyelids, associated
with the oscillation of the eyelids, or
i(ultitliig, h'-rabls tho visit of convul
sions. Widening of flu orifices of the nose
with movements of the nostrils to ami
fro, point to embarrassed breathing
from disease of the lungs, or their pleu
Coiiiraetlon of the brows Indicates
$2.0; dressed, P"'M 1,1 ""' betid, sharpness Is the nos
j ti'll. pain In the chest, and a drawn up
per Hp, pain In the abdomen.
As n general rule, It may be stated
that the upper third of the face Is al
tered In expiesMioti of iiffeetlons of the
brain, th- lower third In the diseases of
organs conmlued Iu the abdominal cav-
Muluian I often hear people spead
aiioiil brain work being so awfuly hard,
It do-su't appear to me so.
Cutler f course not, to men of youi
caliber brsyin' work It easy. Toioutc
Cagga Ciorklii lives by his wlte.
P.ag'-I didn't kuuw bti nan sucb n
Itaggs-To make a tiring on ao small
a capital. Washington Time.
Tou hare lost a great maoy utnrrel
Us. of course, but did X" '
Let's tale hold - hlndLs,
Mr. Grocer, and dncel
We've got sonic beautiful
bllsitlCSS for yOU and With
liu. 11 iv.. -i.i ii j
you, and for and with your
Schillings Dcst is the
tea. 1'.' ever customer's
nioiK'V back that don't like
it. We'll pay yoQ.
There's money in it
TIIK FAUM AND TI0MF'n""""lt"f l,"'".d!,l twenty year!
Utfo because be gets It better. The
tlei'ee welgha double, too. because of
MATTERS OF INTEREST TO FARM.
ER AND HOUSEWIFE.
Farmer Owe I.ra than Any Oilirr
Lurvo Grnup of 1'rople ami tewer
Farmt-ra "Full," Coiiimrrciully
t'pt-aklna, than In Other Una iir.s.
The Credit of Furiuera.
The pessimism, the Iginuaul and the
, calainity shunters are very fond of
prating mi the poverty of the farm
iu ouiiiiuiiliy," anil some agricultural
' journals. Hot coii, iaiit with the tin w,
have assisted In hpi-cmling the bba.
1 'I'bey have done their III must toib'slroy
the faruiers' credit. Hut the real truth
Is this; While many fanners base been
In distress, yet, taking the farming peo
ple as a w hule. it Is safe to say Ibat the
farineiH have passed through the yea.s
of depression better t lilt II anybody ill
the country. To day faruiers owe less
1 1 in li any oil, it large group of people.
Fewer farmers have "failed." cotuiner
chilly speaking, than Iu any oilier busi
ness. Some farm mortgage companies
have failed thai did an extensive biisl
liess, especially III the seuil arid region.
v lure am ii nil ure Is iu an cxpcrtiuc mal
stage, but the records of Well luaiiaged
coiireriiK iii this line of business iu the
Central West and Northwest show Ibat
faruiers' lutcii st Is being promptly met.
and the prliielpai ou many mortgage
reduced or paid ill full. The number of
farms owm-d fie- of debt in the South
shows remarkable gains. In the Middle
and Kasiern Slates fanners, have main
tained their guild credit In the face of
keen Wesii rn competition.
Contrast this with the record of full
tiles among iiierchaiils. inaiiiifartiiieis
and railruads. The Ml railroads that
have gone Into receivers' bauds In the
last three and a half years, were mort
gaged for t w Ice as much as all the inorl
gaces on all the farms In the I'lilted
Stales. Probably the aeiual loss on In
vestment In railroad mortgages In the
past six years has exceeded the amount
of all the farm mortgages In the coun
try. (Mir Judgment is that, taking the
country as a whole. Ho per cent, of the
loans on farms during the past tweuty
II ve years have either been paid III full
orare to day worth loo cents on the dol
lar. Without In the slightest degree trying
to cover up any of the evils of agricul
tural deprt ssloii, we here enter u sol
emn protest against the great wrong
that has been dime our fanners by the
irrepressible calamity how ler. We sol
emnly maintain that the fanner's whole
history demonstrates his desire mid bis
ability to pay bis Just debts. Ilallroad
"receivers," corporation wreckers nnd
trust promoters have made an uueiiv bi
ble record as ropudiators, but the vast
majority of farmers have, can or will
pay Iiki cents ou the dollar. More cap
ital Is the crying need of many farmers,
nml It Is to be obtained ou reasonable
terms by proving the faruiers' credit.
Let us build up, not tear down. I.et us
Inaugurate the pulley of cutis! met Ion.
not u reign of destruction. American
Maniaemeiit of Poultry.
i The conditions for success In poultry
: raising are: Warm, light ami dry ipuir-
tors, clean water, wholesome food, and
i a moderate range. My cold-weather
ration for thirty hens consist of as
: much lliiely-cut hay as can be grasped
In both ha mis. two quart of bran, aud
! the refuse from tho table for the last
I twenty-four hours. This Is scalded.
cooled, ami fed In the morning. They
I get grain, usually wheat, with an occa-
slonal feed of barley and corn, at noon
' nnd pveiiingH. They get warmed water
' twice a day, which Is liberally taken.
I I'bey should be kept well supplied
! with cold ashes, and receive ground
I bone twice a week. Hen should
I scratch for their grain, which keep
I them healthy nnd prevent egg eallng.
i The house should be cleaned twice a
1 week, and given a sprinkling of fresh
j lime. To keep the fowl free from vcr-
mill, sprinkle the roost iiiu-e a week
with coal oil and turpentine, niipply
plenty of coal ashes for dust baths and
; whitewash the house once a year. To
I keep up the stock to a high standard
; the hen should not be kept till over 4
: years old. In the early part of March
I select about eight of the best hens ami
I male them with n male possessing aa
J many as possible of the points de
sired to be perpetuated. Only the
eggs from this pen should be set. This
care will pay well for the doing. There
Is no profit In the haphazard system
of inaniiKeinelit. Hural World.
On the Care of Hherp.
It Is knack ami personal manage-
; meiit, ami not luck, w hich will keep a
I lbs k of sheep In good condition during
: the winter. They should enter their
I winter quarters In good shape, and then
be tended with Intelligence, It Is fully
j to try to make anything out of the
weaklings, and they shuiild he weeded
out closely. It k noticeable that the
expression of conlbb-m-e In the future
of the sheep busliiena comes from men
of experience, who have Is-fi-re coma
through iM-rhsIs of great depn mIud up
to greater priperity. Theme bo nub
Into aDd out of it with erry breeiM ,4
fortune are alaitit shairs not or" tht
husiticM, 10'i lacriflcei ill iie wr
benivfortb. i'eople rl meat t4 wear
rli'thlng: tlieep furs i'i l,th, nnd no
other aolrnll ib In the Is lunlng of
the dl'nsiiun Solus one wsuti! tu aee
it go that tray slid began calamity
UuirliU I.ot a shecji are, they will
buy mot' which the farmer needs than
did w hen higher, and times olnt
to a renewal of lusjiiity. The too
cuiiitil,11 opinion Iu regard to sheep Is
that they are but scav eiigem and fitted
only to consume the weids and other
waste on the farm, but out of nothing
comes nothing. If there Is no proper
food, care or shelter provided we must
expect our sheep to pine away and per
ish. A goisl sheep will make a grow th
of "'rly .hr;-..-.p.ar.ers of a
day the first ".Ml day, when It
excellent mutton, l'or Oil daya It will
make half a pound. Smii a sheep will
net cent n 1 h hi 11, 1 on the farm, usual
ly, and such sheep. Inn ing a large car-r-as.
will have a proportionately largo
fleece, lie It Worth What It Will. Ill
sheep breislitig there Is but one way of
keeping an Ideal fhx k. and that Is by
trying to fcnprove It when It Is si-etu- ,
Ingly gt Its very l-t. The bi-st pays '
In all things pcr.i'nliiK to stork. The
average American cats twice the
poller in-ceding and handling. 1ihm
sheep will pay. but I he h s, rubs will
I Hot. - ( iennani.MMi Telegraph.
I in in ii,. Apple Crop.
The tipple crop tlis year amount lc
about Jiiii.ooo.niHi barrel. Iu luishcU
It Is about ,,iial to our wheat crop.
New Vols, contribute !i.i.,io,ihiii ,at
rel. Michigan .'iu.iMM.iMNi, New Knglan l
4ii.mui.in ii, ami other section also pro
diice largely. One-half or more of this
enormous crop I wasted - allow ed to
rut on the ground -although It coiil l b
dried or convened Into vinegar. A a
"itood apple year" Is usually followed
by small crop the siieccedin j feasoii
It would have been pi-otliable to have
made vinegar. This year the prod.icl
was about three barrel for every mail,
woman mid child iu the country, bin
apple will be high, nevertheless. In a
"Hloml Will Tell."
The expression lllood will tell" ap
plies to all claves of stock. It may
be noticed Iu the tlcet tunning and trot
ting horse, th,. bed, bniier ami mil U
breeds of cattle, the numerous loved
of sheep which are bred for million an I
heavy Ib-eces, and iu the swine, n hi, li
possewi meritorious characlerlsllcs pe
culiar to each breed. Stockmen iiiusi
bring themselves ton point where they
must recognize tln.o fact ami obliter
ate from the farm the thousands of
scrub animals which fail lo give pt'otli
because they are Incapable of so doing.
High fanning, with improved method,
depends for success upon stock raising
based upon the best breed of stuck.
A pplea for lloraei.
A quart or two t f sweet apple per
' day for each horse will be worth more
to It than the same bulk of oat addl
i tloiial to Ita regular ration of hay or
i grain. The apples are belter than any
j kind of rout, ami this year they are
I everywhere cheap ami plenty. Sour
! apples are nearly a good, but th-
horse prefer the sweet apple when
; they call be had. In nutritive value
there I very Utile difference. There is
much sweet In what we call a "sour"
because an acid disguises the sweet it
Turnips for table use should be put
In layer of sand '11 barrels. When stor
ed that way they are fresh, and never
wilt or shrivel up.
I'rult, bees and poultry can be kepi
011 the same land, and a crop of buck
wheat, for Inilli bee and poultry, will
assist In reducing the owl.
There are seventy-four stations and
substations Iu the Culled States, in
which .'70 trained specialist are em
ployed throughout the year, solving by
experiment aud study the hundred of
Important problems which confront the
tiller of ihe soli.
KxperliueiitM made In the use of salt
upon crops demonstrate that It Is to a
certain extent beiietlclal to onion, cab
bage and celery when used In light ap
plications, but Injurious to potatoes,
beets, tobacco and melon.
Charcoal Is not i-oimldcred a food,
though It Is used largely for both avvtne
and poultry. It serves as a corrective
of bowel disorders and Is of value only
when freshly burned. Wood ashes,
which aro alkaline, are sometimes
readily eaten by hogs, especially when
they are fed mostly oil food of a sloppy
klud which Ih add.
There Is far more danger of giving
house plants too much water rather
than too little water In winter. Mining
the short days and long night, with
very little sunlight on the soli, It Is hard
to keep It at 11 tempera I ure where the
plants can grow vigorously. All the
surplus water added lowers the tem
perature until It reachcM a point where
the plants barely exist without making
any growth. If the soil has inm h veg
etable matter, huinlc acid will be de
veloped at n low temperature, aud this
will poison the plant root.
Caught In His Own Trap,
lie was a State street cable car con
ductor of most surly and disagreeable
temper. When a woman carrying alto-
getner tisi large a imiidle Tor her
strength lioardc) the car he grumbled a
running live minute straight about the
perversity of human nature In general
and of the feminine sex In particular. A
few moments In-fore be had vhioiwly
kicked at a liewslmy who dared stand
011 the platform while selling a news
paper. At Adams street a portly mili
tary bsikliig gentleman nnd his wife
got on the car.
"That Is the smallest I have," said
the military gentleman, as he tendered
a $fi bill for far,.
Tho conductor growled again and
grumbled Inaudlbly, but finally dug
Into his kh kets for the change. First
he gave two silver dollars, then IHI
eonli-n 11 in dimes ami then the bal
ance In quartern. Ilv ecme, Im ex
ceedingly grit hurry m ha ha 11, lea! tlx
qimrtrisj to bin ptt,MB4.r. TW wiImst
panMeligers IK t ! -! M, tan.
.Vow, It an kierl lUt la the
rbsDgt rr,W a vary lad iwsrter was
glrrs. Tla military fentlemau was on
th alat of 1 1 1 1 1 ac the surly conductor
l I rh,. he (lsi-ivi'red the latter had
hauled him nine Instead of eight quar
ter. That decided him to hold his
t-ni'; he wasn't out In any i-vent. They
had ridden quite a distance when tluP.
surly conductor cme back again.
"IMdift I give you too much chatiKe-"
he queried frownlngly; and In a tone
that pkiiiljOnniniateil: "Well, you're
a nbe fellow to try and bent a Kor
The military looking gentleman look
"Vou did," he said. "Vou gave me a
very bad quarter w hich you were very
anxious to shove on me, but as I could
not lOslbly use It I'll tj).e It back to
you. Here It la."
'The other passengers who had wit- i
m-KK-d the whole performance lunging
outright, their tantalizing sneers fol
low ing the surly conductor '(BMhe ibsir,
which he opeinsl and theiilainmed
shut with a bang.-Chicago Chronicle.
ClublM-rly-I believe In society, but 1
don't think a man ought to be enter-
laitici uiilctw! lie makes a.nuo return
Custlcton-Itetfln: (Jreat Hoott, old
ma n. during thepast week 1 have kiss
ed fwurteeii Klrls! Truth. c
HEADY r HtHtMlia,
With a very active, energetic working
man, or a limn of l.usint-., n cane or crutch
is a sign of Koine inlirniittivc, hut he will
have In uc one or Isith if sciatica sets in
mid di-ahlr. hi hi,. v,,r- than nil this,
be may In- 1 -. I - r i. I. ( n fr n long time, ami
nil wnre, may Is- ulihged to resort tosiir
pc.il tivatinciii. Why uil this should l,e
ciiiluivil wh,., t,,. ir,,i,l,e can ! uimIv
1 ' b,-,aiie Injilon l know lh.it
SI. .Ian, I, .Oil. the great reined v for pain,
l a -pi i lal rare lor I Ins very imii h ,ln uded
ma ,i.i. It m, ,ir, 1 1 a -1 1 tl n,.t
soul long ami peuei ruling re v fir rnu li-
ing tin- sciuiic nerve ami ellectuallv curing
Us agonic thai ha. p, rliaps ever Ih'cii tried.
A floweritiK plant ia said to abstract
from the. soil two hundred times its
uwu weight in water.
IIIHOK IIIHVN WITH INFIKM1T1E
A ki llii.l. It. uret oUi v In the luMilittmiit
I, mil-si. I m rr,.r.l.-.t l,v II, iter's St.iniH. li Until-.
huh ,,,11111,1,,, i rh, iimailr ami inn
Inruil leu, I, tu iv,, rell, v, ir,,HliiK Inai tivuy
,,l Hie shin, .j. ninl l ll, tine. i rvninlv rx
1,11,1 tor .li.nr.lt-r. of Hie i,,nm, I,, iv,t ami
I, ,'!.. NeiVolKiiew. ,Hi. Hull ulmli ,,l,l
I" o,le are .t apt In lie altliiti'il. It nriniiiiilv
I l y it.
The human race
ii but a coutest of
Two bottle of I'isu'H Cure for Consume
lion Hind me ,, a bad lung trouble.-- Mrs.
J. .Memos, rniiccton, I ml. . March .11, l.v.W
ioittu NtiuxiL roil novs.
This s, i,, a liH-uted at llurlingiime,
San Mateo cuiinty, ful., iu charite of lm li
lloitt. Ph. i. t j, aci reliteil at the Stale
iyu stiiiiiurd I'niversiiies.ntnlisoneofthe
Is'si o us kind. Twi-ltth term tx-KiinJan-
itnii t, is:,,.
rrr ur mini, i'itvof Toi.iisi.i
I. !',' I'ol'NTV, M-
I svsa J. i'iiknky inakra oath that he I, the
en lor part ni-rof ihr firm u( K.J. Chunky Co.,
ilnlnil l.iilnck in llie eiiv u( Tilled,!, I nil lily
siol siate aforesaid, and dial (aid firm will iay
llu' sum nl ii.K IIIMiUKIi Pol.l.AKS for
rseh siiilelery , .,' ,,( i'atohii thai l aiiuul la)
i-im-il hy the line ot IU11 1,1 atrkii ( i k.
HUNK J. I II KNKV.
Snnrn In Isdiri' me ami iiUrrlWit In mr
,ri', iii',-, tliiiiith day til Pcei-uitier, A. I. isnd,
I s!i A. W. (il.KASOS,
'.T Nolary piilillo.
Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken Inieriiallv, and
ei ilireeily on ihe l,lo,l ami iniieinii mirlaeci
j Hie i-H'iii. Send for teHmmitals, Irce.
K. J. I'll KNKY 4 I'll., Tolnlo, 0.
Sold ,v ,lrmii,
Ilall't Kainll) l'ili are the beat.
A million acres of forest are out
down every year to supply European
rialway oompaoiea with sleepers on
w hich the lines are laid.
YOU M -
IN GUARANTEED ORDER..
1-1 II. P. Hercules, Gas or Caroline.
1 J II. P. Hercules, Gas or Gasoline.
1-1 II. P. Kenan, Gas or Gasoline.
1-3 II. P. Oriental, Gas or Gasoline.
1-4 II. P. Otto, Gas or Gasoline.
14 II. P. Pacific, Gas or Gasoline.
1-6 II. P. Hercules, Gas or Gasoline.
1-10 II. P. Hercules, Gas or Gasoline.
State Your Wants and Write tor
105-7 Sansome Street
San l:ranclsco, Cat...
Oai, Gasoline and Oil
All Her Life.
Mr. K. D. Tenklns. of Lithonia, Ga,
aays that his daughter, Ida, inherited a
avvcre case of Kciema, which the usual
mercury and potash remediea failed to
relieve. Year by year she was treated
with various medicine, external appli
cations and iutcrnal remedies, without
renult. Her sufferings were intense,
aud her condition grew ateadily worse.
All the so-called blood remedies did not
aeemtc reach the dis
ease at all until S.
8.S. was given, when
waa at once noticed.
The medicine, waa
continuecd with fav
orable results, and
now she is cured
sound and well, bet
skin ia perfectly
clear aoi pure anil
she baa been saved
from what threat
ened to blight her life forever.
S.S.S. (guaranteed purely vegetable)
cure I'.czema, Scrofula, Cancer, Rheu
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It is a real blocd remedy aud alwayl
; cures even ancr au ciss tans.
a t T if T-k
f IMl IjlOOCl IVClTlCClVa
Take a blood remedy for blood disease;
a tonic won't cure it,
. on blood aud
' skin diseases
mailed free to
SURE CURE for PILES
" ""art Mi4is) m rftra4lsi fl l ricis) M oaaw a
DR. O-tAN-RO B VlLI RtMlOV.
ll.'tW..W. jsa.Uii,.,,( (,TT mJ ft. PrtM
tasV blsUu m 4MeM,
With a better understanding of the
traliMlotit null,,.. ..f l... I
leal Ills, which vanish In-f ure proper cf
forts -gent le efforts pleasunt effort s
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the know ledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not duo to unv aetuul dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Pigs, prompt
ly removes. That is w by it is the only
remedy with Inilliousof families, and Is
every where, esteemed so highly by all
who value msM health. Ita beneficial
etTocts aro due to the fact, thut it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it Beta. It is therefore
all Important, In order to get ita bene
ticlul effects, to note when you pur
cba.se, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which la manufactured by the Cali
fornia Pig Syrup Co. only aud sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of (rood health,
and the system la regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afllicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physlcliina, but if In need of a laxative,
one should hnve the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
k'igs stands highest and is most lurgrly
vavd and gives most general katUfaction.
FOR PE0PII THAT ARI SICK or
"Just Don't Feel Wall."
OR. GUNNS 1 Itfrf rTii a
itrKovar LIVER PILLS
are ma On Thins to 01
fold by DninwiH (go. a bos
Of. Bounke Mad. Cs. Phils. !-.
tl I 1-TlltB and l-ll.KM cured: no pay until
l cured ; Moid lor Issik. Inu. MaNsriKLo A
PoaTKKrm.u, Has Market St., Kan Francisco.
-. - 1 mrm it in mo !, fmj till
rW. DR. J.L.BTKPHKMS ULB4NUN.ut.lU,
Tou will find on coupon
losldo aacu two ounca bac
aod two coupons Inslda och
Durham. Buy a baf of this
celebrated tobacco aud read
the coupon-whleb tivaa a
list of valuable prsseuts and
how to get them.
Rebuilt Qas and
......FOR SALE CTIEAI
Engines, 1 to 200 H.P,
312 Wsihlngtoa It., Pa tltnf, Or.
I SV-Knit Woolra Nklrtu, worth X ISr-lll
rtiiien Men's dray Wool Half How, worth itt
ernu. )'!. - Udlea' Welt Kid Shoe, tood
value :l..'i. Kid llody iiill, IS,', 'iv- tf,-slid
flu-, breed Pnlli, Se, Lie, as-, ait- and .So.'-
Make money by iiio
reiwliil ieriilallon In
( lilrao. W s buy and
tail wheal !hr ,,n
niarKtn. Kortiinra havs lxen made nn a aniall
Ih iiIiiiiIiik ly trading III fiiturei. W rile lor
lull liarileiilars. Ili-.i ol relerenre alren. Hev
rral yi ara' vsiierletii-e nn llie t hli aso Hoard nl
Tradx, and a llniriiiiKh kiiowU-dne ol the bual-II,'-..
Iiownlnn, Him, kill. .V Co., Chkaifo Hoard
ol Trade llrokrn. Oltli-es In I'urllaud. Ureson.
slid Spokane, Waah. '
u hi rn rnrc To tn "'irc, our ... .
ITIAILLU I llCC Siieeui l-rlc List of
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC.
Thla circular la l.mied (nr the henefH nl our
country rinuoini-rs who ,-an mil avail themselves
nl our Pally Hm, ial Hales. Send lit your a,l
drPM. You will II ml boih kikhIh and urloaa
rlsht. W il l. A HNI K CO.,
aisiju iarei street, San r ranclM-o, I'al.
EH IN THK W0RL0.
Iu wrsrllia auslltleasreunturiMiaed.antiiall
oil tlui lilac two buses ol any other brand. Free
Irom Animal Oils. MKT TUB UBSUIMBt..
FOR SAI.I BY OKKl.ON A Nil
f-WAaillNITON MK Hi' II A NTS"
aua iMaisrs fenersllv.
'm will Lav It Ent(rly
Tn your hn1." If you putvh
IlKHrt'l.Kfl it A OH (tASHILlNH KM.
'" " I"1 dora noi do all v- viar
li wui,jrnu run nuirn ii mi our
C-n. Hf nU for i'tat-iugu avoii frtc
American Typ Founders' Co,
tnd and tUrk ttt.v Prtltn4, Of.
Coweta Binio. TaaUwiAiuaL Dal
m llik Hold 1T drucTltav
isjas'i-" t vtfT r r .r
. Av - a. t as a a st JT, . c
H. P, N. U. No. W.-8. r. N, U. No. 70S