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r j L A. a i "1 v J if a Marietta Daily Leader. THE ONLY ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT IN MARIETTA BY PRIVATE WIRE. H ft I VOL. VII NO 174 ,k MARIETTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY. JULY 24, 1901. TEN" CENTS A WJi K K' ijMld CANNOT RECOVER Such Is the Sad Hews From the Sick-Room of Fred Wendelken. USINESS : 1 r9rv fr"?1 -t1? INTENTION MUCH R l l K r ft i I , ? B . . Special to the. Leader. Parkorsburg, W. Va., July 23. The Journal today prints tho following: There was a Baltlmoro and Ohio ln opectlon party in tho city yesterday and thoy inspected tho property of tho Ohio River railroad, which was recently pur chased by that company. They ex pressed v thomselves as being well pleased with tho conditions as they found them, and left last night for Ke nova on a special train. Chief Engin eer Graham and Comptroller Major Buckley were In tho party. It was learned that it is tho inten tlon of tho B. & O. to malntalnthc or ganization of tho Ohio River Railroad Company and to operate tho road and Its branches under tho same names as thoy havo been operated. Tho auditing and ticasury depart ments of tho road will bo transferred to Baltimore August 1, and Auditor Ed. Warniok will remain hero 'until Octo ber 1 to sottlo up the business of the auditing department of the load, aftei which ho will go to Baltlmoro where he will be made assistant auditor general. President Lorco has already stated that ho would retain tho forco of tho Ohio River railroad as far as it is'pos sUilo to do bo, but may havo to shift njidLchango tho men to various-places. Tho Ohio River railroad will bq man- nged by a superintendent, who will be( appointed by President Lorce and he will havo hiB headquarters in this city DERRICK AND DRILL. Movements In the Oil Fields, Both Local, and General. xiona U-0 Pennsylvania., 123 Corning 1-0S Ncwcastlo 1-uJ North Lima '! South Lima Sli Indiana Somerset '' Whltchousc 3j Shipments and runs of i'ue Pennsyl vania, Ohio and Indiana fields up f and including July 21; PENNSYLVANIA OIL. Shipments i 352,151 Previously reported 1,771,009 Total 2,l23,BttI Daily averago 103,155 Ituns for the same timo 109,271 Previously Roportcd 1,022,1150 Total 1,819,021 Daily nvorago 80,019 LIMA OIL. Shipments 129,001 Previously Roportod 83i,!117 Total 001,221 Daily average 15,015 Buns for tho same timo 110,000 Previously reported 009,852 TotaU :. .1,020,518 Dnily average 18,882 CHESTERHILL FIELD. Special to the Loader. Chcstcrhill, O;, July 23. Wcstcr man Bros. & Co.'s No. 1 Newburn has its rig up. Thb Cumberland Oil Co.'s No. 17 Henry Wagoner has its rig up. , .. J. A. Honno'& Co.'s No'. 0 B. Yar nell will mako u light well. The Southwestern Petroleum Co.'s No. 4 T. J. Edgcrton has its rig up. Tho samo company's No. GE.'G. Warno has its rig up. Whedon & Co.'s No. 9 Jos. Yamoll In drillinK. L'J Ellis Bros. & Co.'s No. 8 Ellhu Pal mer will mako 10 barrols. BULL CItEEK FIELD. Special to the Leader. Bull Creole, W. Va., July 23. II. Suhr, trustee, has started drilling No. 5 P. Sharp. CAVE RUN FIELP. 6uIal to the Leader. Cave Run, W, Va July 23. Sm'th Of the B. & 0. is to Maintain the Or ganization of the 0, R It is Said, and to Operate the Road and its Branches Under Same Name as Heretofore. as this is tho mast convenient place for him to bo located. The road and iU branches will bo practically managed from this city as it has always been. W. M. Trovor, treasurer of the road, may go to Baltimore with the treasury department. It is likely that ho will go there, but ho has not so stated what Ii'j will do in tho matter. Vice President and General Manager George A. Burt will tender his resigna tion. Ho has been offered a better po sition than he has held with tho Ohio River Railroad Company. It Is iu mored that ho is to go to tho Rock Is land as tho active head of that road. Who the. now superintendent of tho road will be, nobody knows but Prcsi dent Lorec. It may bo that tho present superintendent, Mr. Blalzer, will bo retained. It is said that Auditor Warnich, when in Baltimore last week in con ference with tho high officials of the B. & O., ascertained that ho would have 22 places at his disposal. This ii a suf ficient number of positions to take care of all tho men now under.hlm, if thoy dcslro to chango their placo of lesl denco from Parkorsburg to Baltlmoro. It Is also ascertained on very giod authority that tho shops of tho Olilj 1 II .1 ...Hl'.nntnTll IT. tVtta l!f L- ilivcr raiiroiiu win miuu.u . mm vnj and also, that tho West Virginia shore Lino will tcmain a scparato and dis tinct organization. & Swallow's No. 9 J. C. Michael is through tho Cow Hun sand and dry. SCOTTOW FIELD. Special to tho Leader. Scottown, O., July 23. Tho Carter Oil Co.'s No. 24 W. A. Day has Its ris up. ELBA FIELD. Special to the Leader. Elba, O., July 23. T. F. Davis' No. C Mary Shilling is spudding. Ai Vaughn & Co. 'a No. 2 S. Clark 13 rigging up. Dcorcn, Stephens & Co.'s No. 2 coal lands is drilling. t WOLF QltEEK FIELD. Special to tho Leader. ' ' Wolf C"icok, O., July 23. Chas'. S. Cameron's No. 0 It. A. Lcasuro Is drilling. Bartlctt & Stanflcld havo a rig up on tho Shrnub farm: Lecompte, Garrett and Bouquard started to spudding Monday on No. 1 Dan Owens. Brown & Mead aro starting a woll on tho Wagner farm. Longfellow Bros, aro staitlng on No. 1 Qco. Dixon. Weather Foncast. . Ohio Fair Wednesday, probably warmer In northern portion. Thurs day fair, light cast to southeast winds. West Virginia Fair, continued warm AVcdnesdajr and Thursday, easterly winds. TORNADO Causes Damage to Property at Vicksburg. By Associated Press. Vlckslnirg, July 23. Hundreds of shade trees were prostrated and many roofs lifted and the. walls of a half Jo:. en buildings caved lu by a tornado which rested ovor.thO southern sco.toa of this city this afternoon, It with ac companu d by m vcro thundor and light ning and a downpour of rain, Na suw Tho many friends of Fred AVendclkcr. will bo deeply grieved to hear .that a message was received by his parents at C o'clock last evening stating that his recovery was impossible. The following taken from tho Cleve land World describes how'ho camo by tho accident: Fred Wcndclkon, of Marietta, O., will probably cither die or bo paralyzed as the result of a bathing accident. Wendelken was a delcgato to the Knights of Columbus convention at Put-in-Bay. He was In bathing Sun day ovenlng and fell from a bathers' swing 20 feet to tho water. Wendelken struck on his back and the lower part of his body was paraly zed. Ho was brought back to Cleveland on tho boat Monday morning by Attorney P. J. Brady and was taken to Charity hospital in Hogan & Co.'s ambulance. His parents in Marietta havo been notified. TAL L rakeman. James Blake, of Phllo, O., a woll known brakoman of the O. & L. K., was struck by tho south 'bound passen ger train about a quarter of a mllo north of Equity station, at 5:15 p. m. Tuesday and died two hours later from . ... . . tr,r concussion, oi inc uram. -, HwaTBfaklng on thfrttC7rbfre!ghT and wnen within auout a quarter or a mllo of Equity ho jumped off of his train to flag tho southbound passenger train which was due in about twenty minutes, and went to sleep on the sldo of tho track.. The train was running at a high ralo of speed and tho engineer did not sec . . . s -r ? Wants Gas and Oil Pipes Cleared From the Ohio River- By Associated Press. Washington, D. C, July 23. Capt W. L. Slbcrt, in charge of river and harbor work In tho Louisville, Ky., district, rccommpnds appropriations of abovo $500,000 for tho fiscal year end Ing Juno 30, 1903; for tho improvement of thoi falls at Louisville, $132,380, to completo tho existing project; for tho improvement of tho Green river abovo Body of Ris Brother Floating in the River. Tho body of Thomas Roberts, who was drowned in tho muddy waters of tho Ohio river Sunday afternoon, was fpu'nd floating by Ills' two brothers Tuesday under peculiar circumstances. Theso brothers wero at tho river land ing at Gravel Bank, getting tholr boat ready to dreijgo the river, wh.cn ono no ticed something floating In tho wator. Ho Immediately got into his boat and rowed out. Much to his surpriso ho found it was tho body of his brother. Tho body was found and ho went homo, which stands about 150 yard3 back tram tho river bank. Tho body was very much decomposed and could hardly'bo recognized. TJio young man was in lits 24th year. Cdroner McCluro was sent for f,s soon a stho body was found and bo wont down on tho first train and hold an Jn quest. Tho funoral services wore held Tues day afternoon nt 2 p. in. and Interment was mado in tho cemetory at Gravel llnnV. ti i "" ' - r J - -b ACADEMY Of Marietta College Has a New Principal Dr. E. E, Wolf. The Academy of Marleta College has a new principal in the person of Mr. Elmore E. Wolf, Ph. D., of tho Collcg lato Institute, Fort Edward, N. Y. Ho graduated from Bucknoll University at Lowisburg, Pa. Ho has boen connect ed with educational work over since and has attained a reputation for schol arship and ability. Ho is married and about forty years of ago and all thing3 considered seems to bo just such a man as Marietta Academy needs. Mr. Hoyt, the principal who resigned, did good work and It Is fortunate for the Acadamy, as well lis tho College, that such an able mnn has been secured. Tho selection of such an able man as Prof. Wolf Is recommended to be, to gether with the other work of the trustees of tho College for the last two years, points to tho fact that Marietta Collcgo is keeping abreast of tho times and will maintain her standing In tho collcgo world. SLEEP I Railroad Freiglit the man In time to stop the train be foro reaching him. Whilo his Injury was fatal, death was not instantaneous. He was put on tho train and brought to Marietta, where ho was taken to Graco Hospital and passed away at 7;in. j&Ifjo.was a single man about 21 years old ffmitno only support ..of, a-grand mother about 80 years of ngo. The remains were taken to Fuller's undertaking establishment whore thoy were prepared for shipment to his homo at Phllo ond will bo taken there on tho morning train today. Tho parents of young Blake aro both dead. the mouth of the Big Barren, Ky.; $1S0,G73 to complete tho project. Major Blxby recommends for tho Ohio river legislation for tho removal of underwater obstructions other than wrecks, such as gas and oil pipes.whero they exist without authority of law. Ho makes an estimate of $700,000 for tho river, cxclusivo of locks a-nd dams, also that $1,075,000 be expended on locks and dams In tho next fiscal year. COLUMBIA Again Defeated by the Consti tution, Monday. By Associated Press. Now llavon, July 23. In llghc r.Irs and flu neat her. in tho first squal ron run of tho New York Yacht Club, from Hunting to Morris Cove, tho Con stitution beat tho Columbia by four mlnut03 and bIx seconds, corrccted'tiino over a course of 28 miles. Gamp Belle. The following young ladies accom panlcd ly Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Mooro. and Mr. aud Mrs. Alonzo Scott as chap erons, will leave tills-afternoon at 2:40. p. m., on tho O. & L. K. R. R. for tho,Sfncey farm where thoy will go into gamp for' two weeks: Misses Tilloy ai Anna Blume, Minnie Gorham, Mqy IConnody,. Ethol Armour, Flora Strauss, Joss'o Harlan, Anna Cutter, Louieo Lang ond Vida Still. Anybody wishing to writo can address Camp ftello on the Muskingum. A great time Is expected Lund you can keep your eye on the Lead er for the) latest reports frtm tho camp. Game Before the City Council Tuesday Evening:. i Putnam Street Bridge, Wharfmaster, City Finances; M Ordinance and Other Matters Were Discussed. ' ,' Tho City Council met in regular ses sion Tuesday night and all the mem hers answered roll call. Tho minutes were read and approved. Building permits wero granted to R. Whlston, on Seventh street, to Georgo Butts on Third, and to tho B. & O. o. W. for Front street gates. A communication was read from tho War Depai tment requesting the city t placo lights on tho Putnam stieet brldgt as prescribed by statute. The West Side Are department re quested that sewer connections bo made before the floor was laid in their quai ters. The request was granted. Mr. Toller, of the Fire committee, presented a notice fiom tho fire chief, suspending Geo. Bell for refusing to obey orders of the chief. Tho commun ication was received and filed. On mo tion of Strain Bell was reinstated pend ing investigation by the Flro commit tee. The City Solicitor gave his opin ion that tho rulo under which Bell was suspended was illegal. Mr. Coffman reported for tho Bridge committee that the expoi t sent by the Pittsburg Biidgo Company had been here and examined tho pier and draw and found nothing wrong with tho pier. Tho troublo vas, in his opinion, at the west etid'of the" draw "whero some of tho wheels wero looso and needed bush ing up to place. Tho company agreed to put tho bridge in j,ood oidcr as soon as ho could get a force of men and the necessary machinery on the ground. Mr. Best, Street Commissioner, hav ing received notice from the Marietta Bridge and Ferry Company to remove tho city sweepers and other property from their shed, asked for Instructions. Tho Council on motion of Strain refer red it to a committee to select a placo for stowing implements. Coffman reported the Bridge commit tee unfavorable to tho enforcement of an ordinanco prohibiting dilving over tho Putnam stieet bridge faster than a walk. A communication was received front Mayor Sykes appointing H. L. Theis AVhartniactcr in place of Friend Hard in. Nothing waT done with the mat ter. Tliocc in favor of conflrmlns were eIx and thoso opposed to confirm ing five. Cutter d'd not voto being out of tho room at roll call. CJurtls, for tho Finance committee, mado a comparative statement of tlr piopeity values for 1900 and 1001 anil reported that tho Clerk and Finance committco had thought that It wasbosi to mako a levy of 28 mills for all pui posca. Ordinances for tho levy wen adopted. An ordinanco for an eight hour da for common laborers was read and opinions for and against given, the Chief objection being that the cltj could not afford It because it would necessitate a greater expenditure of monoy. It was referred to tho Finance committee and City Solicitor. An amendmont to tho city ordinance regulating obstructions on the street whilo buildings wero being erected was read. Tho amendment provides thai only one-third of tho street and one half of tho Sidewalk might bo obstruct ed . It was referred back to the Street committco on account of confusion of tho term "street" and Instructions giv en to mako tho amendmbnt read one third of tho Btrcet between tho curbs. Benedict reported trouble with the Washington street fill and moved to refer it to tho streot committee. Lorontz complained that uvper Front street, abovo Sacra Via, had Insuffic ient sowerngq and that It was hard to keep the street In good condition. Tho matter was referred to tho City Engin eer with instructions to report' at tho next meeting. ' Marsch reported insufficient scwago at tho corner of Sixth and Wayno. The trouble is caused because an eight inch sewer Is not largo enough. Strain moved to award Jno. Willing tho contract for grading Quarry street at 33 1-3 cents per yard, Tho motion was rejected because there, was no mon ey aud because there bad already been Hf a great deal of monoy spent rtrcet. on that An estlmnto was made of tho cot.of protecting tho l lver bank at lower 8r cnth street and it Was found that th lowest possible cstlmato for tho ;jrfc would bo $5,930. Tho cstlmato waa re ceived and filed. . . - ' An cstlmato of tho cost of widening tho street by tho Wobster Refinery was received and filed. The cetlmato waa $220.50. r , Tho 'specifications mado by J.vG. Pape for building a city vrdrkljouao were lead and tho contract aWar"o4J(Q Mr. Pape at $243. , J Kerns moved that the pavement, be tween Putnam andf Cutler bo rofdtrjja to tho Street committco for ittTestiga. tlon. Tho motion was carried"., " v Mr. Farber, of East Greene Btrcet, wanted an alley by his house gra'ieih Tho matter was referred to' tho BtrWt Commissioner. ' t The Engineer was instructed to fciVa a grado for a sidewalk on Seventh street between Charles and Wayno!) by tho grades given in 1880 tho sldewaik on Fifth between Hart and Charleo. Ui 17 inches nbovo other gra'dea.1 Th'b matter was left to tho. Paving cotamlf teo. t' jp The occupants of- the "lty bulfrfl'njj roquestod that an arrang'emc'nt beijiaa for sprlnkllnrr tlio street and "koc'iiliK the new pavement clean in1" front ofc'thp city building. The-rcquest was grout ed. BILLS ALLOWED. B. &0. S. W. R. R '... Marietta Times O. & L. K. R. R v ,1-05 25i:50 Geo. Weiser 32i65 Metcalf Bros 636 W. Griggs .'. ..."lo'jfiO Roeser &. Sturglss . 40.56 Frank Longley -1. p Crescent Supply Co '. . - D.Ofl Court of Common Fleas.' . . 4i?S Turning draw. . . .. . . . ',4'.35 Lewis Sears '. .. .. 8l00 Arthur Harris B0Q James Harris rMp James Hovcy 19,'5f G. A. Brooks m U.0 A. F. Braddock " 18. JO L. T. Cisler ' ii.ljp W. P. Mason 4?.'0ij Chos. Wagner , ,18.00, Jno. Wilking 12.0ft Tom Highland : i8.0l) Peter Backcs .' .. 9.0U John Bow 9.00 Geo. Wcllbroolc. ,...-. 8.25 W. Danker.... , ,8.? II. Lconhnrt -00 L. Rose '..'.. .. 6.'78 Geo. Bickert..: ,.. MO Pnt Laurie '. 9.08 R. Hunter , . i'M Joe Hill , ,,,.,. :.;'';9.!,1 DR. KOCHii Says Human and MUM, berculosis -Differ;- AWl V& .: By Associated Press. ! ll ''j London, July 23. In an.addrees.DO Congress, Dt. fore the Tuberculosis Congress, Dt. Koch said that his oxperiirientB saljrelW ed him that human tuberculosis an(l'vb. vino tuberlocosls aro radically,, dlffjfc cnt diseases, and ibat ho has amply'd monBtratcd that cattlo cpud'n6t boill fected with human tubeculdsfs. ,TM countor proposition that human bfttag. aro not liable to Infection from ibotlnji tuborculosia is hard to prove, t) 4oe,7 tor said, owing to tho difficulty ot,e porlmontlng uopn human -subjects, bt that personally ho Is satisfied thatqt is tho casoj Dr. KocJioxprpsspilli, belief thatahO-uitfrnatV'stanttlnV qfy of tuberculosis was pos"sb6. 'sjtr ' 4 ' Card of franks ' tiV Thofamljyjif Mr; WililiBVjii laito una memou oi uiBK;Dfc.VHr?. (friends who by. tapir jtmaMd,ur (Mr,, Hop"pman'B .illneaa. Baad J.'l nqppier, aim auer uHj-ut1'";'; sorrow of b,Is "family. r r?