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NOTICE FOR BIDS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
NOTICE FOR BIDS . - Notice is hereby given that bids will bo accepted by the Board of Local Im . nrovements of the CllSof Urbana , Illinois , for the construfctjion of a Sanitary Sewer with appurtenances , to be ^? J ^ own as Sewer District No . 31 , ^ -mencing in Main street at the first / . ahole located on the present sewer I / efein east of the east line of Orj ^ V &gt; hard Street , and extending west in &lt; £ \ said Main street to the center line of / the alley located immediately west of &gt; , the west line of lots 5 and c in C . It . , , Urigg s addition to . the town of Urbana , • i Illinois , and extending thence in a southerly direction along the center - - * line of . said alley to the center of ¦ Stoughton street , and thence extending In a westerly direction to the center . line of Lincoln avenue , extending , thence south to the center line of the , alley located between Springfield ave . nue and Stoughton street , and thence i w 6 st along t...
XvYv-YYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYVY ^ V ^ £ LATEST MARKET NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
XvYv-YYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYVY ^ V ^ £ LATEST MARKET NEWS Furnished by William White and Son , Members Chicago Board of Trade . ^ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA CHICAGO GRAIN LETTER . Urbana , March 2 U—WHEAT—There was a little dip early on unresponsive cables , but offerings were well taken and there was good commission house buying over the demand that developed for No . 1 Northern for shipment . Oudahy s brokers were good buyers , but the scalpers were inclined to tight the advance . Toward the close a little realizing appeared , due to the absence of now export business , but should further declines appear we would favor purchases , as we regard wheat as in a strong position . CORN— JL . OOO bushels of No . 2 corn inspected out of private elevators . Receipts were light , although there was good weather for movement . The contract corn that was turned out came from Armour houses and excited some comment , but sentiment was inclined to be bullish , it appearing as if the market was oversold ....
WHEN TRANSLATORS DISAGREE [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
WHEN TRANSLATORS DISAGREE The translation of hieroglyphics , cuneiform inscriptions and other writings upon stone , said the antiquary , according to the Philadelphia Record , is a difficult art , and an odd thing about it is the way different translators will get an altogether different meaning out of the same text . For instance , some time ago Carthaginian inscription was translated by a certain Duvivier : Here reposes Hnmilenr , father of Hannibal , as much loved by his country as he was formidable to his foes . De Sfiuley studied the inscription and said that this was the proper translation : The priestess of Tsis has raised this monument in honor of Spring , the Graces and Roses , which charm and ^ fertilize the earth . Duvivier arid De Sauley wrangled and contended over ! the , inscription and finally agreed to accept as final the judgment of an expert to be mutually agreed on . ; The . expert was chosen and his translation was : This altar has been dedicated to the god of th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
I BE SURE AND ATTEND j ^ ============================ ^ j—1 e ^ . :== — j &gt; ^^^ fr :- € I Carpet , Furniture , I I Stoves and j I / Housefurnishing Goods . I \ ONL _ y TWO WEEKS . c Hi B |/ Will I IwLiL % X UUb &gt; I I IGROCERIES AT YOUR OWN PRICE ! I ? 1 Having determined to go out of the grocery business , I am going to do so 2 § quickly , and will sell my entird stock of from $ 8 , 000 to $ 10 , 000 worth and all ? ? the fixtures at practically your own price . — - f o / o 2 Private Sale inlQuantities to Suit Until April 3 d . X I Public Jiuction , Friday and Saturdayfjffprit 5 * 4 . f j . Here is a chance of a lifetime to lay in a sujoptyT Private Families , Res- g X taurants and Hotel Keepeis , and even R-etailJ ^ rocers , will find it profitable to % 0 attend this sale . \ I ^ ^ ^ 2 S Horses , Wagons , JUiotv Case ^^ efrigerator , Computing Scales g ? Office Fixtures , Bfev . I &amp; erything of the very finest make o % and finish . &amp; &a...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
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THE DAILY COURIER [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
THE DAILY COURIER PUBLISHED BY Till UKBANA COURIER COMPANY . C . 0 . OA . KTER Editor 3 . K . GROOM Manager Office in Courikr building North Kaco street , at rear ot Postolllce TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION . Per year S 5 00 fer week 10 Addiess The Dbbasa Courikr Co .. Urbana , 111 . Entered at the postolllce at Urbana . Illinois , as second-class matter . Anonymous communications will not be noticed . Rejected communications will not be returned . « -Ordere for delivery ol Tint Daily Cockiir to either residence or place of business maybe made by postal card or through teleohout . Bell 1781 or Home phone 417 . Any irregularity in delivery should be immediately reported to the office of publication &lt; &lt; nSE ^^ ^ ^^ rB &gt; ^ S §^^^^ FRIDAY , MARCH 27 , 1003 . REPUBLICAN TICKET . Supervisor F . E . EUBEDING Assistant Supervisor JOHN McOULLOUGH Township Clerk FRANK A . INGALTjS Assessor I ,. A . McLEAN Collector C . B . HOLMES Commissioner , District No . 2 S . A ....
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Uriah H . Crosby , a pioneer Chicago resident and builder of the Crosby opera house , died at Brewster , Mass ., aged 72 years . Drake university trustees at Des Moines elected Dean BUI M . Bell president and Frank I . Herriott professor of political economy . The hearing of the contest of his millionaire father s will by I . Harry Stratton was begun at Colorado Springs . The sum involved is $ 15 , 000 ,- 000 . Marine Minister Pelletan , of France , during a speech in the senate praised the American navy and said France could well afford to follow its example . The flood situation in the south continues to improve , with likelihood that the rich Yazoo delta , the most important district menaced , will escape inundation . It is stated that the authorities at Buffalo do not believe Pennell killed Burdick , but that a woman , who is alleged to have had a strong motive , committed the crime . Dr . R , C . Flower , mine promoter , was indicted at New York for alleged l...
COMBINE IS MADE [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
COMBINE IS MADE Trenton , N . J ., March 26 . —Articles of merger were filed in the , office of the secretary of state Thursday , merging the American Steel Hoop Co ., National Steel Co . and the Carnegie company . The merged corporation is to be known as the National Steel Co ., with a capitalization of $ 63 , 000 , 000 . The combined capital of the old companies amounted to $ 252 , 000 , 000 . By this merger the new corporation will save over $ 7 , 000 each year in fees paid to the state of New Jersey . The directors of the new corporation are W . E . Corey , C . M . Schwab , E . H . Gary , W . W . Blackburn and Thomas Murray . The officers of the company are : W . E . Corey , president ; W . W . Blackburn , secretary treasurer ; er ; J . J . Campbell , assistant secreer ; J . J ; Campbell , asssitant secretary and auditor . All the new officers are from Pittsburg . Little Known of Move at Pittsburg . Pittsburg , Pa ., March 26 . —The only explanation offered in Pittsburg for the ...
TO SOUND KEYNOTE . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
TO SOUND KEYNOTE . Chicago , March 20 . —The TrilnTne s Washingt on special say * that the keynote of I l-esident Uoosevolt s western speeches will be Sounded in his ChiWgti Auditorium address , Thursday , April 2 , by a declaration of his views on the Monroe doctrine ami his determination to enforce it . The right &lt;&gt; £ European nationu to forcibly collect , just debts will be . adinitU . -d , He will indicate that the United States constantly deprecalcs but will not actually prevent the seizure of custom houses nor the operation of a blockade . But , on th * &lt;* Uier hand , lt « will declare Wiat the United States never will consent to the permanent occupation of any American rcpubftc with or witHout its consent . Denounced an an Untruth . St . Petersburg , March 26 . —The officials of the Russian foreign office characterize the report , published by a news agency in the United States Wednesday , that a thousand men were killed recently in a battle o...
¦ aiAiv / i ANNOUNCEMENTS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
¦ aiAiv / i ANNOUNCEMENTS . and all other persons who have become • foters since such election and who are . Republicans and will support the noml . nee of the party . The polls will be open for voting from two thirty till six thirty p . m . By order of the committee . M . S . IAllKS , Chairman . W . G . SPURGIX , Secretary . Urbana . 111 ., March 14 , 1003 . rua . We are authorized to annou ice the name of JOHN A . GLO \ EK for Uie oftiee of Mayor of th : city of Drbana . subject to the decision of the republican piimarieS - / FOR CITY TKEAS RER . § We are authorized to annoui ee the namfof ROY H . GRIFFIN f as candidate for the office oflCity Tregurer , subject to action of the repubiiAin city ntimary We are authorized to announifc the nfme of SI . E SMITH I / as candidate for the office oflcityJTreasurer subject to the action of the repabheju city primaries . \ S • Better a good sewer system than too much-paving and the good Lord knows we need the paving bad enough . Better a goo...
ANNUAL TOWNSHIP MEETINGAND ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
ANNUAL TOWNSHIP MEETINGAND ELECTION Xotiee is hereby given to tho legal voters , residents of the Township of Urbana , County of Champaign , Illinois , that the annual Township meeting and election of officers of said Township will take place TUESDAY ., the Seventh , &lt; Jth ) day of APIUL , proximo , being the first Tuesday in said month . The election will begin at the hour of 7 a . m . aud close at 5 p . m . in the places designated as follows ; Precinct No . 1 : At Police Justice ( Sims ) Otlice , City building . Precinct Xo . 2 . J . M . Chases paint shop , West Main street . Precinct Xo . 3 . T . W . Mcllugh s office . Precinct Xo . 4 . Old High School building . Precinct Xo . 5 . Sheriff s Office , in Court House . The officers to be elected are : One Supervisor . One Assistant Supervisor . One Township Clerk . One Assessor . One Collector . One Commissioner of Highways in District Xo . 2 . * One Commissioner of Highways in District Xo . 3 . ( To fill vacancy . The t...
AIMED AT MERGER . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
AIMED AT MERGER . Bills Introduced in . Minnesota Legislature Provide for Control of Ills Corporations . St . Paul , Minn ., March 26 . —Duplicate bills were introduced in the two houses of the legislature Thursday , by Eepresentative Perley and Senator Wilson , to make possible some sort of control in- the so-called merger matter , as affecting corporations now existing . One bill prohibits the holding of meetings of Minnesota corporations for the election of offices outside of the state ; a second amends the ^ resent law as to foreign corporations ownifig property and doing business in Minnesota to require that public officers be maintained within the state where papers may be served and the third provides that corporations organized in other states may not vote the stock of any Minnesota corporation of which they have become the owners until a resident agent has been named on whom summons or other papers may be served . The general purpose is to make possible the service of paper...
FOUND IN AN ASYLUM . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
FOUND IN AN ASYLUM . him incurnhlv insane . The institution has handed Chase over to Mr . dowdy s | care . Secret a ry Hay has cabled to the . . consul general an authorization t o ^ nct , as the guardian of the youth . Hie ( French courts will to-day appoint him I as guardian . ! Moses F owler Chase is the cent ml ! figure of a celebrated ease which lias , occupied , the c ourts of lndfciiui and Ohio , lie is the grandson of Moses , Fowler , a leading capitalist of Indiana . • after whom the city of Fowler is ; named . The grandson s share in the ; inheritance has been the subject of controversy . Four years ago his father lost track of the youth and has since been endeavoring to find him . A detective from Chicago remained here two months prosecuting the search , later turning over the task to an agent here . His father s attorney , Addison C . Harris , former minister to Austria , requested Consul General dowdy last . January to take up the search . This has been prosecuted syste...
TO BE BURIED IN SCOTLAND . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
TO BE BURIED IN SCOTLAND . Preparations Uelns Made for Shipment of Ilody of Sir Hector JlncUonalil frmn Paris . Paris , March 26 . —The body of Maj . Gen . Sir Hector MacDonald , who committed suicide at the Hotel Kegina here Wednesday , was removed Thursday to the British mortuary chapel where it will await shipment to its final resting place in Scotland . The French law requires that the bodies of suicides be taken to the morgue , but owing to the urgent desire of the British officials that the body of the distinguished officer be not deposited in the public morgue the usual legal requirement was waived . It was said at the British embassy that no orders have been received from London concerning the disposition of the body , and it is expected that the family of the deceased general will make the final arrangements . Both the officials of the British embassy , and the consulate general of Great Britain disclaim any knpwledge of the exigence of the letters which were reported to ha...