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THB MAMOiF DAILY nUWK,' THIPAY; MARCH 15, 1907.
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YOU READ THE WANT ADS,
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Show that Business is Very
. . Active.
RECORDS ARE BROKEN
Oyer Seventy Changes Made
, . During the Week.
Local County Official 1b of the Opin
io That Public Is Goiag Rtal
The past wqek's doings in llio
lbcn,l real cstalo world have brok
en ull records. Over seventy trans
fers wore recorded last week and
that .number will probably be ex
celled during the next week.
A prominent county, official said,
yesterday that Muflon people seem
to be real estate crazy. Everyono
w'untcd to own real property and
tlio average person no sooner owns
it thnu lie i; ready to sell and buy
again. There uro more transfers
oH a-cal estate luudo hi this city
than in any othej city, ofj its size
in- thci state, according to, tho
11 Li predicted that during tho
uoxt few weeks tho number of
transfers recorded "will bo many
times as Jarge as at any previous
time. Tho piice j)f rail estuto in
this eity and in the, adjoining
country continues to climb and tho
top does not yet appear to be in
Tho transfers follows:
John J. JVrtUur to Charles A.
Austin, a lot in Marlon, $012.
A. Barron to .1. W. Jaeoby and
others, fourteen lots in Marlon,
Mllllu J.. Ualdwlu to Maurice lVb.
,- In, two lots in Marlon, $1,000.
' Ollvo A. Beattyto V. M. Bender,
a. lot In Marlon, fL',300.
O. H. J. Brown to Kstella J.
ilrlncr, a .lot In ni'ion, fioo.
j'Lydla A. Baldwin to yarry Scrlb.
;uqr, a lot In Marlon, $725.
S. A. BlgBcrstair to Viola B.
Hughes, two lots In Prospect, IC0.
, 8. A. Blggcrstafi to Viola B.
y Mughs, a" tot lnr Prospect, ?150.
.. "J. "II. 'Bain to James HoueU, a
lot lu Morion, 1,000.
"J. H, Bain i!) HaUlP M. Purtlow,
a lot In Marlon, $300.
.A. C. KUmoudson to Olive A.
Boatty, a lot In Marlon, $1200.
',8. P. Everett by sherlrt to h.
Taylor Everett, tho undivided ono
halt Interest or a lot lu Marlon.
O. Taylor Everett to E. T. Ev
erett, undivided ouc.lmlf lutcrcst of
a)ot In Marlon, $1D50.
8t.v V. Everett by shcrllt to n. T,
iKvcj-elt, 100 acres in Big Isluud
' 'Al ytownsh(p, I7G00.
, A ."Anna J. OUck .to Elizabeth Kull,
' part of a lot lu Murlon, $350.
. ,JP. E. Guthery to E. a. Hockman,
a? lot ill Mnrlnn tl
t.?ii Ooreaflo to Edward Wyuu,
,wo lots In Marlon, $1300.
atuarlno Goedecko to Helen L.
JjUnergan, pnrt of a lot in Marioii,
t.valllartman,to Francis W. Young,
ii aero in Salt Itock township, $300.
jB). Huber, by executors, to Ma.
flou Harris, a part of a lot In Mu.
., "Jpucs aud Wllwn tq- c. E. Durfee.
& lot In Marlon, $2200.
,jJouci and WJIspn to O, E. Pcrrv,
alot lu Marlon, $1.
A !$l Jncby to JSdgar A. Bun
uejla lot In, Marlon,, $1150.
Mary C. Konnody (o Ghurks Cur.
,ii1 KrlC3 to Cora H. Marshall
aIQt,.lu Marlon, $400.
C! S1. lAimincnti to ir n aJii.
it MJ'I. 1if I.. ,i.;i.. .onn
,,, -- -";-- y -' - . uvu.
v ausftbua Majjsp, ,to Clara ,M. Dod.
ecli.'7 acres in " Prospect ,tbwiiHhlp,
rt Mtti .tt..-..i. ... t,., ,.1-j.J..:
iwi-vr.' minjuu iu-j. vr. ouuuuy.
! iWHtii Villi1 In 11 4 1 Kilt ,
l iil,BlHlor K-fiarah E. Curlt'
Jjymii'Ca- jotjlu Calilpnla, ,$105. -,
'' MAW, fiirnllf in .T. W. .Tniviliv
zr.ir iv:v - 1
Win 'MrtHoiif $aiow.
"W. Murphy to TIioiiiuh Cruveii.
aT tqt ,ln Marlon, $1000,
Kllia J, Miller to Joromo Aujt,
38 ".acres in 7tlchlaud township,
B. F. Mouser to, At D. Mitchell,
3 lots lu, Marlon,. $10. t "
dlnhio Ksldhart to E. L. Inglo,
rMiu A. Petois to O. D, Frceso,
i . f -y . . ; An a
,1H MUl'JUll, fv. f
rlUisA, Peters to J. T. Mou
K' aH4;raUn Marlon, $105,
?h .OW..nrry.to.O. , .Hoynlnn,
Adam Ploch td Grace .lohnslon, a
lot In .Marlon, S1C00.
J. H. nnmey to W. P. llamcy,
a lot in Marlon, $1. ,
Win, l namcy et, nl. to Bckslo
II. llaunodth, a lot lu Marlon, -$300.
Ellas E. nuhlman to E. E.
Cheney, a Idt in Marlon, $1200.
C. P. Itobtnson to J. V. Axthohn,
a lot In Marlon, $2000.
W. H. .Schroclc to Minnie C. Nold.
hart, 20 'acres lu Big Island town
Effle Snider to Fred MeWliorler,
a lot lu Marlon, $1200. 4
E. 13. 'Sanders to the American
Mnllcnblo Castings Co., n lot In Mn.
L. M. Thoinnsoii to E. F. Both,
fuss, 200 acres lu Grcon Camp town
Maurice Tobln to Catharine Go.
cdlcko a part lot In Marlon, $3G.
Deborah II. Turner, by iuIiiiIiiIh.
trntor to Peter Fluncgnu, a lot lu
J. A. Uncaphor to II. O. Scrlbucr,
a lot In Marlon, $800.
Joslah Van Busklrk to Floyd Vim
Buskirk, 3 ncrca In Grand Pralrlo
J. C. Walter by administrator lo
F. ,N. Cramncr. a lot In Marlon.
A. M. Williams by administrator
to RJchard SQUlbb, 1 1-2 acres In
Clarldon township, $02.".
J. J. Watson lo L. M. Tliomm
son, 190 acres in Bin Island vtown.
T. F. Wottrlng to Susan .1. Ak
ron, a lot lu Prospect, $1,000.
1. II. Bain to Jane Mears a lot
In Marlon, $1,500.
II. II. Bsaver to S. 11. Oreasap,
1 1.2 acres In MoirnI, $700.
Maiy Brockelsliy to S. D. Eulow
ono.half acre in Clarldon townshin.
tfho Proudorgast Lumber & Coal
company, to Uriah Cahlll, a lot In
C. A. Curtis to W. A. Dlffen-
baiiBh a lot lu .Marlon. $700.
Sarah A. Carter to T. .1. Kcck.hi.
part of a lot in Marlon, $1,500.
A. B. Cheney to E. C. nulilinnn.
a Jot lu Marlon, $1,200.
i. II. Dwyer to A. C. Edinond.
Bon, a lot In Marlon, $100.
Clarence Durfey to Jones & Wll.
fcon a lot lu Marlon, $275.
Martlm Wlntermuto to J. G. Mon-
ntlte.'a lot In Marlon, $1150.
JCiulolplt Worth, by administrator
to Caroline Itlsch, part of n lot In
J. V. Wilson to E. s. Moon, a-
ioc in .tiarion, $330.
.1. W. Wronn to Mary E. Wrenn,
a ioi in Marion, $3100
J. C. Walters, by administratrix,
to Nornh II. Marsh, a lot in Marlon,
B, G. Young to J. F. Krels, a lot
in Marlon, $400.
B. O. Young to a. A. Thlbaut,
two lots In Marlon, $1700.
Iheamatlc Pains Relieved
Chauiberlalu'ti Puln Balm relluvuH
rheumatic pains and makes sleep
and rest "possible, which H alone
worth many times its cost. n. v.
Ciockcr, Esq., now S4 years of ago,
nnd for twenty years Justice of the
1'iaco nt Martlnsburg, Iowa, says:
"I am torribly affllcteu wllh sciatic
rheuimaism lu my left rin nnd right
hip. -I have used thrco bottles of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and It
did me lots of uood." For Knin i.v
BOY LOOKED LIKE
THE MARVIN LADf11'' 1oillu)y Wbty sou oL JIr
Salt Lake, City, afnvcu 15. -It
was belicvetl for a tinm last niglil
Hint Horace Marvin, jr., the kid
.nupod son of Dr. Horace Jlarvla
ol, Dover, IJel. wus in tho hands
of Uiu fialt Lake police. Officel-4
discovered a boy resembling Oiini
in tho, hands of a onan and two
women on a southbound ' train nt
lOtfO last night. Tho pop!o who
Iiad i)osses.sion of tho tov ivora
plnccil under nnebt.
M tho police station tlio suspects
promptly exonerated tliciiLsolvoi
and thuy wero relcnscil. It trnns
phiHl that the trio luid been fol
lowed nil Hie way from Chicago
bl'MHivato dotcclives nnd Hint tlik i
latter gave (he lip which eaiisou
mo- irnvelcra so much niiiioyniico.
RAILROAD MEN ARE
, HOLDING A CONFERENCE
New,Yofk, Mttivh 15. -A con
formice was held today by rail
ir 1 f?1)lwi,1,olltH Nownmu, McOrea,
ug 1 tt Hiidi Mollcn ,and Mcllf to
consider uhuis to call on President
NO MORI APPEALS
i Ayoblilp&loiv March , 4f.-AtMjie
eabliifll, lubclltij; : tiay the.' fi,WMol.ll
Mtiwtiou wW iliscitfscdi' ' AilerwaiNl
Corjclyou spid-Jio had a-eeoiVo'a
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President Roosevelt is Asked to Modify His Attitude To
ward Railways and Cortelyou is Sought for
. Relief in the Stock Market.
WaBhlngton, Match 15. For three
days tho Whlto House and tho treas
ury department havo been flooded
with appeals for President Uoobo
velt ahd Sccrctnry Cortelyou to
tako some action to avert "tlur
"threatened disaster" in the llnnnelal
and hillroad world. It can bo stated
authoritatively, however, that Pics.
Ident Itoosoielt will not chaniio his
altltmlo toward tho railroads, though
It Is admitted that tho admlnlstru.
Hon has no Intention of entering on
an extremely radical attack ou the
While It la known that tho visit
of J. P. .Morgan to th0 Whlto Houso
last Monday night was to Induce the
president to Issue a. reassuring state
ment to tho country In regard to the
administration's attitude toward the
railroads the apparent falluio of the
lluancler's appeal has had much to
do with the panicky conditions that
swept over Wall street yesterday.
President Roosevelt has repeatedly
said that he Ik not a enemy of the
railroads and that those who obey
the laws havo nothing to fear from
the government. While it has not
been definitely decided, tho president
may Issue a statement outlining hl3
attitude nfter he has conferred with
(Presidents McCrca, Nownmu, Mel.
len nnd Hughltt 011 tho railroad sit
uation. The conference with tho four rail,
road magnates, which was granted
by thy president at the earnest re.
ciucst of Mr. Morgan, will be held In
the early part of nsxt week. It
Is generally understood by those
close to tho president that tho rail
way officials will urge Mr. Rooso.
velt to tako some steps to "allay tho
public anxiety now threatening to
obstruct railroad Investments and
umst ruction, and as to tho relations
between tho railroads and tho gov.
Slnco .Mr. .Morgan's hurried trip
t tho Whlto Houso, the president
lias held numerous conferences with
Chairman Knapp and members of
the Interstato commerce commission,
In order that he may bs In a better
poslton to present tho administra
tion's side of the question when ho
meets tho railroad president next
The adiulnlst ration Is firmly eon.
vlnccd that tho grout unrest In flnan.
The ougagciuent is announced of
Mis. S. M. lleese, of this city,
and Mi1 Uucilo Do Wolf, a pi-om-iuciit
young wjciety huly in Mar
ion. Tlio wedding is to occur 111
Juno of thus year. Clul ion Leader,
Tho xJoaitl of Directors of tho
Tally Wag Club entertained tho
members of; tlio club and a num
ber ci" friends, at a uovea-up party
lust night. Tho uffair was attend
ed by libout sixty. The Club wus
nicely decorated with shunirocks of
oil sizes aiul shaiurocks) wero used
Ha fcraro curds.
After a short hocinl season pari
hoitt i'or the evenine; woro chosen
rind lio play commenced, bixtedn
'iHFCsjvee, -plnycd and tho liigh-
w. uijiibeij. ot (,'anicsi was Man by
Moi!-.-)," Ivuil Lott J. O. MJead
o.s, of, Coluiubns, J'VcJ 'A. Tjir
paily mid ilred Kranor. In tho
jame (ovUi,'Culu tho honors Kurl
Mitt uHiivl lFi'vd fTccuairy woio tho
il'tors ulid woro ' aw'Aiikvl Iho
elnb.emblolusi .wJilobi.aro ipluycd for
at each oMhe puviiev
- During an lntormuiion in tlio
"'anl ji playing, a luncheon waa
revved by 'H'e comUilttpo in cliargo.
Tho guests of tho club wore J? O.
Meadows, unit U. v, tloovor, of
yC'Ji'anbus and K. Loftjor,
Tho iuietnbesa ofi tlio X. Y,, Z,
ltib 'wove, nicely entertained yes-p)-dny
afternoon by ,Mrs Gqoi-go
f;. nitoud, ofi Jforth' prospect
Hrct't. Tho HniQ was spont so
iflllv and refre&lrmeniH wiwn Am.
1. nlfi's. Fi-qnk LcsHoSva- tlio
only gTlost of the.cluh,
- Vl i.4! ,!
ARE SENT UP
clal circles has. been brought on by
the arguments advanced by the rail
road Interests. In trying t0 prevent
''hostile legislation" In tho various
states, and not by the attitude that
the federal government has taken
to enforce tho laws regulating tho
common carriers. E. H. Ilarrlman,
when he was In this city, recently,
ami President A. II. Stlcknoy of tho
Chicago Great Western, who called
nt the White Houbc yesterday, havo
expressed tho same opinion.
In his Interviews with the mem.
hers of tho Interstato commerce win.
mission tho president Is fortifying
himself with regard to all the facts
that body has disclosed during its
various inveitlgatlona. In thlH way
he will bo nblo-Mo nieut argument
with argument and fact with fact.
The president, It. Is known, takes tho
same position assumed when he sent
his message to ' congress last Decem
ber and called attention to tho fact
that "during the Vast five months"
within which tho now law was op.
erntlvo at that time, "the railroads
havo shown increased earnings and
some of them unusual dividends."
nils tho president believes, re.
fulcs tho claims of the railroads
at tho tlmo that tho new law would
ruin them nnd emphasizes tho fact
that rate legislation cither by fed
Oral or state governments', is not
tho cause of the present uanlckv
The president, 'too, has referred
significantly to another part of his
message. In which he said:
"It must not ho 'supposed, how.
ever, that with tio. passage of these
laws, It will bo possible to stop pro.
gross aiong tno lino of Increasing
tne power of the (national govern
ment over tho usonof capital In In.
In pointing out these and other
passages from his recent message to
'tlroao Jith whom he lias itaAked-.,
the president has Indicated that ho
has taken no backward steps In his
views as to tho advisability of male,
ing the regulations and laws still
stronrer along certain lines.
Although believing that 'the condi
tions In Now York are duo to 110th.
Ing for which tho administration Is
responsible, tho president bolhncs
ho has dono everything that con.
Histcntly can bo done to give relief
to the money market.
WVVVVW WW vvxsxvx
Tho club will next meet with
Mrs. A. E. .Bigley, of tho lloulo
vard. Tho Woman's Guild of St.
Paul'rf church was entertained yes
terday afternoon at a regular meet
ing by Miw. Edward lusher. Mrs.
J, S. Dudley and Mrs. Charles
Secribt nt the homo of tho first
uaineu on ueiictontaino Avcnuo.
After the business meeting a hiip
per was served by th hostesses.
Tho next meeting will be held
noxt Thursday afternoon nt which
'timo Mrs. E. K. Clark, Mrs.
Daniel Ynko and Miss Kntio
K'raner, as hoslcssesr, at' 'tlio Claik
louio gu Norlh ytuto street.
Thuvsduy Miv. S. D. .Fowler
at her hojui) in I larpstoiv' entertain
ed u company of friend , witli a
fio course luiiclieon. ' v
Tho gucHlK wero irriily. S. p.
Fowler, Mrs. Tl. M. fMcCqunoll,
Mifc. J. I'owell 'and bonof Upper
(Sandusky; Mjs. If. " 41'. Sears
Mrs. C. II. Lewis udd Mrs. Cyrils
Scaw of 1101713101'. - "' '
Ac tho rcshlcuco of Jtr'. iiomor
Layinau, No. 208 North-Qrand av
enue, Rev. O.' E. Rowley Vpilted In
marrlago Thursday evening at n-.'in
o'clock, Mr. Earl Laymau. and Miss
Augusta ivnor, iwth of .this city.
The ling ceremony w'os performed
in the presence of a largenumber of
friends and relatives br..tho eon.
trading parties. '
Ummodlatoy following ,tho cere
mony, tho cniPKtH vt-nrn inllihr.1
wrtaKo Of a
tno dining room (0 pal
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mmMmitMm ,r -tiiiiMBitiriii-riirrn fr rr r-ri
The brldo Is n native of California,
was residing in San Francisco at the
time, of Iho earthquake, and boon
alter Its incurrence, site Jaud her
'1'iothor came to this city, where
they havd continued to reside. Mr.
Layman is an employe of the firm
of Ainlcon Bros., fruit dealers. They
will resldo at 310 North Prospect
Members of tho Catholic Ladles or
Ohio and friends numbering forty
pleasantly am prised Mrs. Ella Bono,
van Thursday evening at tho homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malloy,
on Nuith Main street. Tho occasion
was In form of a farewell party
ai Mr. and Mr. Iondvan leaves
Saturday morning for San Francisco,
California, where they will inako
their future homo.
During the pleasant evening tha'
followed, music nnd singing was in
order. Tho ladles of tho society,
of which Mrs. Donovan hu6' been
a prominent woiker, picbcutcdri her
with a beautiful brooch -set with
diamonds nnd pearls. Dainty icfresh.
mcuts added to the enjoyment of
BARGAINS AT ELLERY'S.
Just received a complotc line of
Now Post Oards.
Wall Paper Olcancr, 3 cans for 25c
Ready mixed Paint, a can ....10c
Coinpletc assortment of "Tile
Garden Socds2 packages for.. Go
Paint Brush 4c to $1
Whito Wash Brtuhcs l...tic to $1
A styles gas glooms, cfech 5c
Bisscll's Carpet sWpcr ?1.3!)
ELLERY'S BARGAIN STORil,
123 North Maui.
FINDS MYSTcRIOUS BOX.
Unearthed In Old House and Made Ofl
With by Workman.
Mlllville, N. J. A strong box be
Hevod to contain a largo sum of uiunny
wus unearthed by Domlnlck Lascolzo.
a member of a gang of workmen en
gaged In razing an old stone building
on Columbia avonuo horo.n Laco1,o
has disappeared with tho box, and the
authorities aro anxiously se'ekirig hVm.
Tho building waa built In 1708 by
tho owners of tho old Iron foundry and
cotton mill, aud for almost a jTcutuiy
and a quarter was used as till' com
pany's store. Lascolzo was using n
crowbar against tho sulo of an ''old
vault nnd throw asldo a numbm-'M t&.
ords dated 1810. Striking deeper, Ida
bar struck a heavy bo of'htiiwo'od.
"Withdrawing It from its hiding place,
ho seized It, and was last seen hurry
ing toward his homo ou Foundry
Tho managers of tho Mlllvillo Man.
ufacturlug company, which owns tin?
old pioporty, nt onco sent men lu pur
suit of Lascolzo, but he .iiiccccdcd In
eluding them. HIa wifo aald ho was
aot at home, and, standing In the door
of their homo, defied anyono to enter.
The hunt for the man was continued
through tho night without biiccohh.
and nu ofllccr with a soarch warrant
uiBcovcreo. tuat lascolzo and his wifo
had lied. It was learned that Lascol
zo and hl3 wifo wont to Vineland on a
trolley, tho man carrying a heavy sack
and his wifo having a heavy bundle
Tho managers of tho mills am cer
tain that tho box contained a ,targe
sum of money, and thoy will ntako a
thorough search for Lascolzo.
KILL FOWLS IN CHURCH.
Peculiar Caso of Desecration Bafflss
Narberlh. Pa. Eutoiing tho Fair
view Union church to hold Sunday
school, Siiporlntondcnt Charlca Fry 01
was honillcd to discover thativaiidals
had brokon into tho' odlflco and. used
It for a slaughtor-houso for aboubthreo
dozen chickens, tho blood and feathers
of which wero strown In wild disorder
ocr tho church. Therowns other ovl
denco of vandalism. Tho oil lamp
witn which tlio building is lighted had
been pried from tho wall aud wore
loft on tho uoor, whjlo hymndiooks
und papers wc.-o scattciod about In
An Investigation developed that the
pchoolhouso noxt door had also been
broken Into, a clock had boon stolen
from tho wall, and the robbora had
nearly burned tho building, having
thrown a lighted match Into 11 teach
01's desk, whero a number of papers
nud books woro burned,
Tho Lower Mnion pollco discovered
w.i, m'v umi MHor vi ujuoiiuron naa
beon brpken from Its hinges while sov-
eralattomptshnd boon madb to Jimmy
T.JL "- !
n..iv.ii uiu Di.Miiujo iu unou openqu,
was found. Though they spent the on
tiro day In efforts to discover tho
farmer from whom tho fowls had been
stolon, the pollco were unsuccessful,
(ior nono ot tno residents or tho Fair,
view district had been robbed.
Mr. Nowcomb Really, Miss Grace,
your faco. Is very familiar, hut I can'l
think who It Is you rescmblo, ,
Miss Grace No? , ,
Mr. Nowcomb No; it's olthor tb
801 ubbltt, Tooth Wash Girl or tho Tip
moy'a Tonic Qlil, ono or iho utlltr.-.
The amount of money you.
J havo lost by keeping your
I spnro rooms vacant so long.
A largo sum is it not? Make
; up your mind that you will ,
; loso money no longer in this
way. Havo your ad insortcd
; in Tho Mirror for a week,
I which will cost you 50 cents.
Your room will then bo
rented. Cheap commission to
i pay, is it not?
: Phono ads to No. 9 either
WANTEll-A good girl, or middle
aged lady to work in family of
two. Call either phone, Cit. 311.
Hell, &02 x or sec Mrs. L. II. 1X.
Lauder, David street. 3.7-tf
WANTED -Young people to outer
THE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE,
Which opens Monday, April 1.
Day and ovciilng classes. Wilto
for catnlogno or phone 101 1, Clt
WANTED-Girl for general lioitbe
work. Apply to Mrs. S. D. Croft,
corner Sllter and Maple street.
WANTED A dining loom girl aud
dishwasher at onccVnt tho Dalrj
X 3.1 .'..It
A 'woman for
general housBMoik In family of
two. One wlioVan sleep at home.
iKiou wages to ght party. Ap.
ply 123 V. CentoV 3,13-tf
WANTED Carpets to clean.
N. L. Lindsay, carpet cleaner,
Fianconla Avenue. Clthsona I'h'iiin
" o l31. 3.y-0tpd
WANTED All kinds of sewing to
do by Mrs. Win. Halght, nt 007
Not th Piospcrt St. Prices season,
able. Citizens phone 1 on 1078.
Consisting of Draft Mures, and
gelding and fl roadsters. Short
'horn bulls, ouilk cows, Moors
and hoi for. Chester whito
liters. March 111 at 1 o'cloi-k.
J. II. CONLBV.
S-IS-IJ-ltl Prospect I'iku.
STORAGE WAREHOUSE ANDl'AOl?
ING McClaiu'a will pack, ship 01
store your hosehold goods, quickly
safely, economically. Either phom
Green carnations, tulips and ollirr
flowers for St. Patrick's day at
F. E. Ulake'H, 120 West Center
street. Leave jour older early.
UNION 8TO., ADS.
Union Stock Yards, Ills., March
Jo. Cattle Receipts 1,500; esti
mated for Saturday 200; ' muiket
blw and .steady; prime beeves
5.7.") (il O.So; poor to medium 4.10
(? .).0j; stuckors nnd feeders 2.80
f$ 4.00; eon mid hoifei-s 11 (a)
.l.'JS; caniiei 1.75 2. 05; Tox
ans -1 t -1.75.
Hogo-Rcceipts 18,000; estitnuled
I... C,.i 1 1 i,t,i
lor oiiMiruny juuu; njarkcl steady
Cleveland. 0 March 15. Hogs
Kcreipit, -5 curs; bhlpiueuts i.noiv
higher. Ycirkers, 7.17 1-2; mediums
7.15 Q 7..17 1.2; heavies, 7.15; best
I 7-17 1-2 O 7,20; slags' aud
roughs, l 0.50.
Calvos Receipts 200: steady.'
Sheep and lambs-Receipts 3 cars;
Cattle Receipts 1 ears- j?t?"'v,
Pittsburg, Pa,, March 15,Thcro
wero no receipts of cattle, sheep,
lamLs or hogs at tho livestock yards
0I1 Horr Island this mornlntr. Thi
quotations of jesterday stand (ho
uU AN I
Chicago, March, iS.-Wheat-ro-cal;
i rr.rrnfr"a " iT,rr
Daily Market Report
5 and 10c lower; light "tl.tiO (fi) 0. ill) 'iv.t.i, n M,.r,.i, 1- T.'n
roii'Hi (1 f)," (?!) l 7n. ,!vr n n- 'o'0"", )., Maruh l.i.-Wheat
Dies (i fill (ii) II fill nuinmiucr IJ I , ..,
Weff-7,000; estimated xJTSKW ',0; ?
tor Saturday 2 000; murko hlcady; Oats-Cash 13 l.J; May tl- July
native sheep Il.OO ft 0.10; western 3S IS; September 33 1-2. '
jjlirop .2o 0.15; imlivo Jambs RyeNo, 1,71; No. 2, CO; No;a,
it.io hi) 8: western lninlie fi CD a m ' ' Vv"
Tr T 111
""OR SALE-3 modern houses on
Qlrard Avenue (cast side) between
DeUcfoiitalno Avcnuo and Columbia
street. Inquire- 117 1-2 South
Main street or Citizens' Phont
OR SALE-A No. S cook stove,
good au now, coal or wood. Just
half price, CO!) E. Church, or ad.
dress S., care Mirror. tt
FOR RENT Storo room lili.30,
with cellar, 212 North Main St.
Possession given at onto, Sec M.
II. Klrcbncr. 250 North Main St.
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping.
Inquire of 212 Ulalno Avenue.
FUR RENT Furnished rooms for
gentlemen only. 21D S. Statu
UCTIONEERINQ-J. W. Clark'
will cry sales of every description
at roasouablo rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your Interest Is my
Interest. Office rooms, Court strct
Both 'phones. Marlon, Ohio.
I CAN SELL
Your Real Estate or Business
No Mattor Whoro Located.
Properties and Business of all kinds
sold quickly for cash in all part
of the United States. Don't wait.
Writo today describing what yon
have to sell and give cask price on
IF YOU WANT TO 1UY
any kind of Business or Seal Es
tate anywhere at any price writ
mo your requirements. I can l7t
you time and money.
DAVID P. TAPF,
THE LAND HAN.
V1S Kansas Avenue
lu our job office, which is equipped
with all modern facilities for doing
offico work, wo give our students
practical experience- aud tho fees
taken in pay tho ezponso ef those
who aro working their own way We
also furnish elaces to earn board
and room. Thoc contemplating a
course will find it to their advan
tage to writo us for information as
wo have ono of the largest and most
successful schools in the state.
BUSINESS OR SHORTHAND
Positions furnished compote!
students, as soon as graduated, al
salaries from $40 to $C0 a month.
Address I. T. Olem, Secretary.
LIMA BUSINESS COLLEGE
er; ?.-8c lower; May s-ild between
7.-i 5 S and 77 3 S, opculug at 77
1 S 3-S and closing at 75 7.8
70; July between 77 3.8 and 78 1-2,
opening at 78 1.2 (11 3-8 nnd closing
at 77 3.8 di' 1-2; No. 2 red wintur,
Corn Weak, 1-2 J.lo lower:
.May hold between II 7-S and IC
3-S, oiieiilng at 10 3-S ? l i and
dosing at 11 78 15; No. 3 white,
Oats 11 7 Sc lower; market
weak. May fold between 311 7.8
and II 1-s, opening at 11 1.8 S
10 3.1 7.S nd closing at 10 1-8;
No. 2 white, 12 1-2 (fp 12 3 I.
Proilhlons Weak, C 32 l-2c
off; i.May products ranged: Pork,
in. 77 1.2 S 10.13; lard 9.07 1.2 Hb
U.22 1-2; libs, 8.83 8.97 12.
Cloverseed Cush 8.80;
.S0; April, 8.321 2 ;. October, 0'.80;
Piinio ulblUe, 7,ji0;t prliuojUuiotliy,;
OHIOAOO PRQDVOE.. ' .
Chlcigv), .March 15,-r-Uutter -aud-efe'ss,
linn; poultry steady.
Eggs Extras 17 1-1; Hrsts 1C;
priuo ursts 1Q 1.2. ,
Duttor Extras In creamerv. 5a;
June extras, 28 l-2w
'Poultry TurkejChons. 12: ehlekl
ens, hens, 13 12; ducks. 12 1-2; goose
per uoxun, j ip 7,50.
Cheeso-,TwlVVs. 14 1.2 ft ICi .volmi?
Americas 15 1-2 ie.V
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NEW YORK PRODUOl.-
' New; York;. March 15.-?ig&U
11,,!.. i no onn .1 -I?";-7!
Nearby Avhile fahey 91 anL ait
.0xlra mixed lOxsouthor.aaJ!
Yr -i r rm.imtmVu
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