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Steubenville Herald Star (Newspaper) - March 23, 1901, Steubenville, Ohio var mm si - residence rua Philippine to be that of mt: i Kimt obtain fare W Introduced a - Into the pii to cNet of it the Sunday School it Morning 10:46] let 7:80, In their 08 the and method of would do well to heat Sabbath Da not fall to hear the A author ot the Clark local option at the at three Primus ig at 10:16 a.m. meeting Sabbath 8:30 p. m 8:30 t- it. Sunday School 0:.% a. m. 0:30 m. Revival morning and ai it M. E. S. Preaching by the j Some Oid Evening A Solid Sabbath and all other f Paul's Services at 7-50 ad 10:46 a m. and 7:80 u. at 9:30. The last of the series of dresses on the Reformation will be van in the the M. K. reaching br Dr. O W. Prof. A. of the Ohio will occupy the palpit in the All other aa uinal A. R. Presbyterian Rev. T. H. 10:46a.M.. the J. Superintendent Ohio will 1-30 p. br the Lutheran A. Service and of confirmation at 10 a. m. Serving Love of at 1:30 p. u Leaten let vice March at 7:80 the wilt be a great maei meeting in neit Sunday afternoon at three The Hon T H. author Local Option will Do not fail to be terian R at 10:46 Sabbath at tor Endeavor m p. Subject feeling and Significance and Morning at 7:30 Rev will preach kiln avenue at i k. End of even Method of I 5 Second 5J,1 p. Bible 9.30. Xff 8^0C In and the Ih the of of will the C In the no on School 1JJ * and 7:80 p. ' Y. P. O. 0:80 Sixth Street M. T. Sua the ' St ' obool which be at S en at 3 u j Aleton ot Quinn A. M and be hie evening 7:30, * Av the morning Dr. O. editor pf the will * W. Bible School lat 8^0 m are be at ibie At U o'clock will be on an Lore At 8o�o!ocka for wo men of the wUI U the evening of the lenaon will be New Church A ehirt a of the will bt to each ninon The wUI week 10fi km lor Iv Ju the a. of O will Is of of he li one of mott and Hwy tow of him In W. of Ool Omaha Made at 23.-Chief of Police Donahue said that Mr. wilt not send his eon to to Interview Henderson and that he will have nothing whatever to do with the When Henderson was arrested hie photograph was Rent to Chief who dares he showed it to all the persons who had seen the abductors and that none of them could Identify The chief says there la absolutely no dence to connect Henderson with the March 23.-When told that the Omaha police discredited Henderson's confession of complicity In the Cudahy Sheriff Johnson know be Is the right Hla confession to me Is a small Item only of the evidence 1 If t had turned Henderson loose at any time since bis arrest T am satisfied officers from Omaha would have grabbed him up and hurried him Sheriff Johnson says among the statements made to by Henderson was one to effect that Pat Crowe had no hand in the kidnaping and that tho chief participant In the kidnaping of young Cudahy Is a member of one of the most prominent families of who escaped from where he was serving a 16' year sentence for robbery several years FATAL Many Lives Lost In In a B. March 23.-Extensive bush fires prevailed In according to the news brought by the the worst being at which was Not only were some 20 homesteads but many lives are said to have been lost There were many thrilling one woman and her son having been caught by tho flames under a wagon on a bare and although the wagon and contents were they were An engine attached to a passenger train on the Sidney railroad Jumped the tracks soon after leaving The engine and the first car were Nine persons were killed and 26 INCREASED PAN AY REBELLION Gen. MacArthur Reports the Surrender of 180 Insurgents at March 23.-General at under date ot March 22, cabled the war department aa - Hughes reports the surrender of Fullon and his command at province of with 150 This ends the insurrection in March 23,-General Fuller and 180 of his armed with to of the Forty-fourth volunteer at island of Mrs. and Child March 23.-Mrs. wife of Colonel John W. editor of the Cumberland Evening was badly while trying to rescue from flames her 2-year-son. Who bad gotten out of bed et on Are by a probably fatally will hla noted lemon on mnu jm gained for the Doctor iD to bear will for w A goog told about a certain to lecture tp During one of the professor In bis waa of little no To the of those a Polish arose after accusing professor of insulting bis demanded 'The professor thereupon explained that the polo to which be referred was merely a terni Qf The Polish seeing his asked the professor .to forgive bla apparent To this the professor smartly could not be even If you for It takes 40 to make ono - No said the like pulling teeth to get any money out of your busband these chipped In little before hie could don't bare any trouble She just takes 'em out and pats in Her ou heard mi daughter you the quality of her are ao kinds of don't yoo troll Fm Tke dashes In the of our To the they are but the places at bo gathers breath for a To the grave was but the hyphen ma and for he Retell in Watt and Heme Atlantic Seaboard dome Trade New March 28,-R. G. Dun A Weekly Review of said in The position of general business Is being marked this week by Increased activity of retail operations throughout the west and In some Atlantic seaboard which is considered the forerunner of a generally good exceptionally good railway returns and the enormous Increase In some of which are no doubt explained by the preparations for large financial and the bullish speculation In which has resulted In new price records for many Southwestern advices are especially and farmers In that section hope to repeat or even Improve upon the good results of lost Textiles are still the bo re spot In Cotton is % cent lower on the 2% cents below the top of the rise last and 1% cents below a year For the first time In months the southern trade advices are Cotton goods are depressed and price cutting is the but signs of improvement are to be found In the agreement of Fall River mils to run half time for the next two months and thus keep 600,000 pieces of print cloths off of the market Wool strengthens as cotton Old lots of wool are well closed out at Prices are no but cut prices are no longer Silk goods are the best situated of and the raw silk market is Iron and steel are and even but as In times past the western trade displays the greatest activity and the most while eastern markets have rather lagged Chicago and Pittsburg display great animation and central western mills are crowded with Furnaces are sold ahead to July 1 and prompt deliveries command a This week's coke production is the largest of the year and higher prices are Ore will not sell much the buying of the leading mines by the great steel combination being a supporting Export business is but enterprising Americans are still securing fair orders for finished notably rails and structural War talk induced some covering In wheat this and flour strengthened on better but crop reports were In the main Corn has been in good export but Is held down by Increases in weather at the west keeping The strength of hog products and higher for live bogs has resulted in talk of a corner being worked In May delivery at The present prices are the best recorded for years Sugar has shown some recuperative strength and a fractional is noted after the late marked Returns from sample orders of shoes are coming in good numbers at Boston and help to dispel whatever uncertainty may have existed among manufacturers sb to the Shipments are those for this week exceeding last week and a year though still nearly 10 per cent below a year ago for the Failures for the week in United States number 231, as against 207 last 192 In this week a year 182 in 1899, 215 in 1898 and 221 In 1897. Canadian failures number 44,. against 28 last 23 In this week a year 33 in 1S99, 29 In 1898 and 40 in 1397. STOCKS WERE 9- - m 8ome''pf the Movements of Stocks on New March 23,-There was a great variety of movements in the stock market Friday under the shifting of speculative Burlington was up within a quarter of last Monday's high It fell back 2% and closed with a net only a Among the leading railroad stocks the only substantial strength was shown by the trunk toes and by the Wabash Pennsylvania led group with an vance of 8 -' Reports of a traffic so large to tax facilities and of higher rates w come on grain were the grounds of the was the only member of the group There were also movements in other railroad also in some other The estimates of the cash movement indicate that the receipts and shipments from and to the interior about The has absorbed in the week past 11,278,000. It Is that special movements may feet the as they have lor several weeks past it has been reported for one thing that several millions were shipped from Chicago op account of subscriptions to the syndicate of the tin can The call for the 185,000,000 instalment an subscriptions to the United States Steel corporation to be paid on was without perceptible effect on the money The steel stocks were quiet of the which made them so strong early In the week Is now attributed to the account of the organisation syndicate and is believed to account for tee large proportion of the stock deposited is to the The tend market continued active baited mm Ohio Ahd Stop no reason why yon should suffer aches or neuralgic There's a cure for every form of every phase of neuralgia within every you have been tog tea ten ten days or ten take if and be la endorsed by the doctors - prescribed by Druggists sell It tor MELLIER St. Contains the remedial properties of fresh celery in concentrated combined curative Celery Tea cure rheumatism and all disorders of the kidneys and stomach Sold In 25c and SOc. by all or by mall on receipt or THE WRIGHT MEDICAL Spiced Chocolate To the yolks of five well add one cup cup one-half one teaspoonful ground one then the of two eggs well one and a ball cups Hour baring In it one measure hake In when coW spread each layer with the following chocolate FOR THE four ounces of plain add one cup of white two of corn one cup sweet one tablespoonful extract ot mix well together and boil until It stirring when spread it the layers of the BANNER RECIPE BOOK Free by FREE S the aboTe award to any person who will correctly a the above letters to speU the What are Each line represents names of Three Important American VI to secure a portion if not what you are send them? HOME Dept. 0., I Wring Out | * Rinse Out Hang Out Bind your if you I Contains no alinti FARM FOB m nUi ttm INMes too with Md OA It ' -' ' W. K ORES H SONS M A r L I b bp duly by the Court of - the estate ol 15�T� Notice of the ing of in voa thb or tn the matter ot John Wetter 8&fie�5, in To the ef of lfi the and NoUse Is hereby Kiten that on the 16th day of a. tbe said Job a ley aniy and that tbe Bret meeting of will be held at tbe of the No. Market In on tbe 30th Day of A. D. at o o'clock In tbe at which the said creditors may prove their appoint a examine tbe and transact other business ai may properly come before said a. Referee tn Bai 18,1KH, W. C. Attorney for Petition for IN BANKRUPTCY NO. 46^. In the matter of Joseph a. To tbe Honorable A. O. Judge of thB Court Of tbe for the District of Joseph B. of In tho of Jefferson and state of In Mid represents that on the Ub day ot lust he was duly bankrupt under lbe acu of relating to that be surrendered bis d rights of and baa fully with all tbe requirements of acts and of the orders ot tnt court t bts Wherefore he prays that he may by the to have a full oli charge frum all provable under said bankrupt except debts at are by law from such this ISth day A. D. 1W1 JOSEPH CHAW lent OF NOTICE Southern District of On 18th day of At D. 1901, n reading tbe foregoing petition in above case It is ordered by tbe that a bearing be had upon tbe same on the 12th day of A. 1). 1001, before said Court at la said at 9 o'clock in the and that notice thereof be published tn the a said and that all known creditors and other In Interest may appear at tbe said time and place and show If any they why tbe prayer of tbe said petitioner should not be And It is farther ordered by the that tbe clerk shall send by mall to all known creditors copies of suld petition und addressed to them at their places ot residence as Witness the Honorable Albert c. Judge of the said court and seal at In said on tbe 16ln day of A. v. 160). B. Executor's Sale of Tbe of tbe estate of will on March 27,1901, on tbe near In Springfield I o'clock for at public auction tbe following real the lands in said township and county W. diea Tbe tame being the southwest quarter and tha southeast quarter of tbe northwest quarter ot township IS and range 4 of the Land acres more or Tbe same will be offered as an and alio In parcels to suit on day of or casta and baUnce In two equal annual tn one and two years deterred six per annually and be by age on premises About 00 acres of said land Is well adapted for both farming and About iuo aorta is heavily umbered with the 8nest white all Is under aid with that can be easily mined aad deliVerea to tbe u. which runs through the lands are well worth the illation ot desiring for either Immediate or r further information address tbe ed at Belinda FOR SALE Five of the Choicest Building Lots to be bad in the located oo tbe mi of Sixth Bom street Madison Paved Hreet aad in frout Size of iOx 120 For apply to W. Om Valley Co. Mta pi ft or ar- Notice M
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