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   Steubenville Herald Star (Newspaper) - March 23, 1901, Steubenville, Ohio                                �MMlMiMMMMMMHi |^.>%ii2iwmi�m. �<*  �d�f,ff that cwnmonllr pUot of mt: fomrlst'.the bzpbdm i ofjgfhe, Kimt ttfGbTeratoent ^didvxiot obtain oon- fare W Introduced a bill i�. i-.    � - J�Ll-ritlfl im�imM an. tt^WCfcbSffenid Into the pii sntoricnt to ke*$,thtin.-. cNet of JJtrtJeM it the diarehii v*    ||< gpecUt Jfotlceli Sir^ StSphen'i Church. Sunday School it e.lfi; Morning eervloe, 10:46] BtSnlng let floe, 7:80, Carton* diiturbed In their mind* 08 the slgniflctnce and method of baMltto would do well to heat Dt, McKlnlS* Sabbath evening, Da not fall to hear the Hot). T, A Olsrk, author ot the Clark local option bill, at the Flmt Pmtyteriin Ohnrch, Babbath afternoon, at three o'clock, Qulnn Ohapel, Primus Aleton, paetor, " ig at 10:16 a.m. Olaae meeting Sabbath School, 8:30 p. m Ohrletian Endeavor, 8:30 t- it. Sunday School 0:.% a. m. Ep-[Afcgtie   0:30 �'. m.   Revival morning and evening. Altkraa-rvloee ai ninal, Mletlon Sohool at. "� it M. E. Ohurch-J. S. Rciger, Preaching by the paetor. Morn* j eot, Some Oid Xrathi. Evening , A Solid Foundation. Sabbath and all other f errloee a .P|T8|ch neit Sunday afternoon at three towlodki The Hon T H. Clark, author tot^piark Local Option Bill, will ad-'Mraaiftbe meeting. Do not fail to be "thaday| terian Ohnrch-Rev R tor.   Sarvlcee at 10:46 Sabbath Sohool at tor Endeavor ;4'"v", m G:S0 p. if.    Subject feeling Ohrlit," and Significance and Churoh-Rev. Morning eer-I   "Ameriaa'e at 7:30  Rev will preach kiln avenue ndeavor at enior En-m.   Prof, i k. andi7tj ^Senior End of aermonp'! in'the even Method of I 5 Second 5J,1 Wm.B, Irwloj . Fnte!n^fe4njrfll� p. A^aier;ofOolQn)D% Bible Boboolet 9.30. Xff Sohoolat Si80. : Joator 8^0C In ^Ohnrch parloraj deavor.at :30 in;Laotura. D, h,Dav^, Choral. ^ and ,7:80^ u,> .Sunday^ '�^, '0,B:Qi9im. *r,s'Mori "Bealet the jJevilj BrawjHM, Ih the eveoln�\Bev7; Trm*,.. of Oanton' dUtriot of Ohlo^hl^Balonn L��gne, will tiSeakin tbelnterl^f the oanae^irhtoll^he reprtaanta^ - -f$Ei, <-' Ooniregatlona)   evenlpg Rev, Or. Q, W. MoMlllan. of RiotomQ�4 Ool 'WtollOB �iodi Itrgeaoaieaeeli BELIEVED, Omaha Official* Oiecredit Confeeelon Made at Dallae. Omahi, Keb.. Mar.eh 23.-Chief of Police Donahue said that Mr. Cudatiy wilt not send his eon to Dallas, Texas, to Interview Henderson and that he (the chief) will have nothing whatever to do with the case, When Henderson was arrested hie photograph was Rent to Chief Donahue, who de* dares he showed it to all the persons who had seen the abductors and that none of them could Identify him. The chief says there la absolutely no evl� dence to connect Henderson with the CftB6> Dallas, Tex., March 23.-When told that the Omaha police discredited Henderson's confession of complicity In the Cudahy kidnaping, Sheriff Johnson said: "1 know be Is the right man. Hla confession to me Is a small Item only of the evidence 1 possess. 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 there." Sheriff Johnson says among the statements made to htm by Henderson was one to the' 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 Omaha, who escaped from prison, where he was serving a 16' year sentence for robbery several years ago. FATAL BU8H FIRES. Many Lives Lost In Australia-Death In a Wreck. Victoria, B. C, March 23.-Extensive bush fires prevailed In Australia, according to the news brought by the steamship. Mlowera, the worst being at Mlrrhoe settlement, which was devastated. Not only were some 20 homesteads destroyed, but many lives are said to have been lost There were many thrilling escapes, one woman and her son having been caught by tho flames under a wagon on a bare road,, and although the wagon and contents were destroyed, they were uninjured. An engine attached to a passenger train on the Sidney Illlvarra railroad Jumped the tracks soon after leaving Sidney. The engine and the first car were wrecked. Nine persons were killed and 26 Injured. INCREASED AOTMTTiT' PAN AY REBELLION END8. Gen. MacArthur Reports the Surrender of 180 Insurgents at Antique. Washington, March 23.-General MacArthur, at Manila, under date ot March 22, cabled the war department aa follows: - "General. Hughes reports the surrender of Fullon and his command at Antique, province of Panay, with 150 rifles. This ends the insurrection in Panay." Manila, March 23,-General Fuller and 180 of his command; armed with cifles... Burren,der.ed to Colonel; Scott, of the Forty-fourth volunteer Infantry, at Antique, island of Panay. Mrs. Avlrctt and Child Burned. Cumberland, Md., March 23.-Mrs. Ayjrott, wife of Colonel John W. Avir-ett editor of the Cumberland Evening Times, was badly burnpd while trying to rescue from flames her 2-year-son. Who bad gotten out of bed et on Are by a nlgut lamp. ��BHiH9UB probably fatally burns* lam, will dallrer hla noted lemon on FiBtJ'JudiaeoV' tkU mnu jm gained for the Doctor � rep�to!ioo iD fteabyUrraod  ia.gi udieaseb aipected to bear fata- 'foe pholr will �aSer�paolii muiJo for tfcj oocMlon. ; jfttn uieuthau�m�, w j,^ptorir;IV.I�-'1W�ke.. ...... A goog spry|lj, told about a certain profc��r:whbse baripe^l^na to lecture tp dnqmbero^'e^d.enbiTfijB^Bu^ veylng. During one of the lectureirtb^, professor anld that; In bis oplplpn the? :Polo waa of little or. no .value. To the astonlBbn^eut of those preeent a Polish geutlomao arose and, after accusing tho. professor of insulting bis country' men, demanded .'iu apology. 'The professor thereupon explained that the polo to which be referred was merely a terni Qf measurement. The Polish gemtloMan, seeing his mistake, asked the professor .to forgive bla apparent rpdrnosa, To this the professor smartly replied; t'You could not be rude, sir, even If you tried/ for It takes 40 pole* to make ono rood}" - No Tre�M* "I Buppoee" said the Tlaltor, "lt*� like pulling teeth to get any money out of your busband these day�T" "Ob." chipped In little Tommy, before hie roptber could speak, "ma don't bare any trouble pnll|n teeth; She just takes 'em out and pats 'en in  gla*e,"-Pb�adelpblA Record. Her llnsrliiflrt Fatber-f ou heard mi daughter slBf IgstoljhtT Artlet-yea, Father-Did you obienrg the blrdllki quality of her notes* Artlpf-Ab-er-tbrre are ao msoy kinds of birds, don't yoo anowT-Cw troll Fm Press, Tke orare, tirove�Hl)9 dashes In the pup;>tua-tlon of our lives. To the Ohrletiftu they are but the places at wblcb bo gathers breath for a uobfer sentence. To OltrUt the grave was but the hyphen betivoeu ma and Qod, for he *a� Qod-MtB.-ISinue) WMlQhghby �u$tld, Osed Retell Operstieni in Watt and Heme Atlantic Seaboard Cities, dome Other. Trade Features. New York, March 28,-R. G. Dun A Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade, iesued today, said in part: The position of general business Is satisfactory, being marked this week by Increased activity of retail operations throughout the west and In some Atlantic seaboard cttleB, which is considered the forerunner of a generally good spring, exceptionally good railway earnings, returns and the enormous Increase In clearings, some of which are no doubt explained by the preparations for large financial operations, and the bullish speculation In stocks, which has resulted In new price records for many securities. Southwestern advices are especially cheerful, and farmers In that section hope to repeat or even Improve upon the good results of lost year. Textiles are still the bo re spot In the.trade situation. Cotton is % cent lower on the week, 2% cents below the top of the rise last year, and 1% cents below a year ago. For the first time In months the southern trade advices are depressed. Cotton goods are depressed and price cutting is the rule, 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 weakens. Old lots of wool are well closed out at Boston. Prices are no higher, but cut prices are no longer evident. Silk goods are the best situated of all, and the raw silk market is healthy. Iron and steel are strong, and even buoyant, but as In times past the western trade displays the greatest activity and the most strength, while eastern markets have rather lagged behind. Chicago and Pittsburg display great animation and central western mills are crowded with orders. Furnaces are sold ahead to July 1 and prompt deliveries command a premium. This week's coke production is the largest of the year and higher prices are predicted. Ore will not sell much lower, the buying of the leading mines by the great steel combination being a supporting feature. Export business is quiet, but enterprising Americans are still securing fair orders for finished material, notably rails and structural work.- War talk induced some Bhort covering In wheat this week, and flour strengthened on better demand, but crop reports were In the main favorable. Corn has been in good export demand, but Is held down by Increases in supplies, weather at the west keeping good. The strength of hog products and higher prices' for live bogs has resulted in talk of a corner being worked In May delivery at Chicago. The present prices are the best recorded for years past. Sugar has shown some recuperative strength and a fractional gain' is noted after the late marked decline. 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 outlook. Shipments are increasing, those for this week exceeding last week and a year ago, though still nearly 10 per cent below a year ago for the season. Failures for the week in the' United States number 231, as against 207 last week, 192 In this week a year ago, 182 in 1899, 215 in 1898 and 221 In 1897. Canadian failures number 44,. against 28 last week, 23 In this week a year ago, 33 in 1S99, 29 In 1898 and 40 in 1397. K-..8TEEL STOCKS WERE QUIET. 9- - m f'tA-" 8ome''pf the Movements of Stocks on Friday. � � New York, March 23,-There was a great variety of movements in the stock market Friday under the shifting operations, of speculative pools, Burlington was up within a quarter of last Monday's high level. It fell back 2% points, however, and closed with a net galn'of only a fraction. Among the leading railroad stocks the only really, substantial strength was shown by the trunk toes and by the Wabash Issues, Pennsylvania led the'former group with an eJfTfS&stX vance of 8 points. ; -' nOT,. Reports of a traffic so large ag'f to tax facilities and of higher rates w come on grain were the grounds of the advance. Pennsylvania, was the only member of the group that'held, well. There were also movements in other railroad stocks; also in some other stocks, The prelinumry estimates of the cash movement indicate that the receipts and shipments from and to the interior about balance. The sub-treasury has absorbed in the week past 11,278,000. It Is possible, however, that special movements may et -ckmsi mm w� , Ohio Ahd Wftftftrft PWMyl7ell�- Stop faSufferin ^There's no reason why yon should suffer rheumatte aches or neuralgic pains. There's a cure for every form of rheumatism, every phase of neuralgia within every sufferer's reach. 'Whether you have been ail-, tog tea minutes, ten hours, ten days or ten years, take ifo\WvV\\VJ t�AB*   if   MAftN and be cured. Tongaline la endorsed by the doctors - prescribed by them.  Druggists sell It   . WtU* tor tfc� Toncmllnt book. MELLIER OR0O COMPANY, St. Leatt. Contains the remedial properties of fresh celery in concentrated form, combined r/ilh curative herbs. Wriglifi Celery Tea cure rheumatism and all disorders of the nerves, liver, kidneys and stomach Sold In 25c and SOc. hoxe � I ^H^ ef. Initrvctiow *�> vwTs>pptr Contains no alinti tktrmkrt. FARM FOB SALE. m nUi ttm Oould's INMes m> too %Mgdu) Moid, with lmFonpN>t�i �OkOOl lUMIM Md ohu&b OA ttKWLi It WJ^B^BjHflHr**fL ^T^ej'rTf^-' 'WtjT"^ ' ^w^^esw^pasp*.  . . ~->^' -'   ' �.' ''^P*^t"wMyy^SF^pfaje, jr., offdr for (ale at public auction tbe following real istate   eased, diea seized. Tbe tame being the southwest quarter and tha southeast quarter of tbe northwest quarter ot B'Otlon is, township IS and range 4 of the Hteubenvllle Land U:strict. costalningSM acres more or lea*. Tbe same will be offered as an en'lre-ty and alio In parcels to suit purchasers. Tens-Cash on day of sale, or one-tblrd casta and baUnce In two equal annual payment* tn one and two years thereafter; deterred parraents to.bear six per cent, interest, psynble annually and be seoured by mot. age on premises sold. About 00 acres of said land Is well adapted for both farming and graxlng. About iuo aorta is heavily umbered with the 8nest white oakiand all Is under aid with coai that can be easily mined aad deliVerea to tbe u. K.4i.. K.By. which runs through the lands. Thfcs* lands are well worth the lav- illation ot porsnns desiring Inves'ments for either Immediate or lulare returns. P, r further information address tbe unders'gu ed at Freeport. Ohio. Kxeootorof Belinda Wright, decease!. FOR SALE Five of the Choicest Building Lots to be bad in the eitj; located oo tbe mi eicie of Sixth atreet, betwewi Bom street *&d Madison avenue. Paved Hreet aad toewtlk in frout otwh lot, Size of lot*, iOx 120 feet, For terms, &o., apply to OBO. W. COCHRAN* Om Valley Otof Co. WISTsUTQR'jl aMi8& Mta pi PtMr ft NOTtoe or ar- Notice forParole M   

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