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"f "jy'yjf' c 1 1 , T! ! i muym aimMumaim T 4 1 1 if ii ijy t I iv - v, 111 & IV Both phones J4f . P. O. box 453 H R. RICHARDSON, LICENSED BROKER J 77 Front street, Marietta, Ohio, Representing Douglas, Lacey & Co. BANKERS AND BROKERS, (66Broadway, New York The Standard Oil Co., are Buying Copper Stocks. THE AMALGAMATED GOLD AND under the laws of the Territory of divided Into 2,000,000 shares of $1.00 not Bubject to Individual liability. Th dividond point and offers the special .Treasury Stock at TWENTY-FIVE ItPd amount of this stock Is still for This property is located In Ihe "Big County, Arizona, between the famous and the "Boggs" group. The famous Jacent. Write for full particulars. C: R. S SELLING Of Stocks was Enormous and Led to a ump inl Prices. By. Associated Press. New York, July 8. The action of prices In today's stock market made it evident that very large financial inter ests were conducting some, notable op orations. The effort was made to have it appear that some occult manoeuvre was going on designed to inveigle th? public into parting with their stocks at declining prices for the benefit of large financial interests, 'who seemed to be themselves selling stocks with great industry. The final action of the market left little room to doubt that urgent liq uidation was being effected. The'selling was concentrated in char acter, the bulk of it coming from a few stocks exchange houses, who have of ten acted for western capitalists. The selling attribted to this source was enormous, not only of U. S. Steel stocks, but of railroad stocks which led the slump. ' The immediate cause of the weakness of thi3 group was the reported announ cement by the Atchison authorities that freight lates would be cut in the Chicago-Missouri river territory July 15. They led the decline all day with only occasional straggling rallies on covering by bear traders. In the final break St. Paul fell an ex treme 10, Missouri Pacific 8, Union Pacific 7-. Atchison G and United States Steel, which had offered some re sistence during the day, suddenly drop ped four points under very heavy offer ings. While the general market was less actively affected there were some very sharp losses recorded among the New York public, utilities, the most prom inent industrials and the eastern trunk lines and Coalers. The declines In these ranged irom three to seven points in the principal cases and the market clased In a seml-demorallzed condition. Railroad bonds were weak in sympathy with stocks. U. S. refunding 2s ad vanced one-half per cent. STOCK MARKETS. Reported Dally by C. 11. Richardson, Broker, No. 177 Front Street. O. H. L. C. Atch 8G'i 8GVi M& ,U-i Atch. Pr. . .103Vi 103,i 1W, TW54 So. Ry 32 32 3t Sl So. Ry. Pr. . 8Gi8 8G4 85 fiC L. & N. . . .109 103 10 10GV, R. G 45 45 43 44 II. G. F. . ..78 7St 77 73 J. C lGlj 101 101 1U1 U. P 108 108 J01U ICC U. P. Pr. ..90 90 S'l S'J'A N. Y . C. .157 157 154 151 C. C. C. . ..8G 86 8G 80 Met. Tr. . ..173 173 1G9 JG9 Wab. Pr". . ..42Vi 42Vi 40 4r. D. & H. . .104 104 103 1G3 Pa 149 149 140 14U C. F Ill 111 108 108 U. S. S 47 47 43 13 U. S. S. Pr 9G 9G 93 93 S. P 58 58 51 54 111 153 133 149 149 Alt !..44 44 42 42 Tex.' 44 44 42 42 A. N. C. . .47 47 4G 4G A. C. P. ...122 122 118 11814 A. F 32 32 30 31 M. P 113 113 10G 100 W. U 92 92 90 S.j-8 Man 123 , 123 117 117 B. R. T, 8282 79 79 N. W 195 195 191 195 St. Paul. .1724172 1C3 -1G3 R. 1 151 151 148 MG0 B. Q, .. ...190 l5G 19G?196 COPPER. COMPANY. Incorporated Arizona with a Capital of $2,000,000.00 each full paid and non-assessable anU is Company lir.s about l cached ti.o inducement of 500,000 shares of the CENTS PER SHARE (25c) A llm- sale. Bug" and "Verde" Districts, Yavapai "United Verde" and the "Lone Pine" "McCabe" and "Rebel" mines are ad- RICHARDSON. ', -V: N. A 101 101 99 99 G. E 265 2G3 258 2G0 P. 0 117 117 115 115 Sugar. . '..144 144 140 140 T. C. I . ...08 G8 Go Go B. &0. .'..103 105 102 103 B. & O. Pr. ..94 94 94 91 C. & 0 47 47 4G 4u N. & W 49 50 49 50 Erie 42 42 39 39 Erie 1st 71 71 G9 GU O. W 35 35 33 34 A. R 56 56 55 55 R. B. C. .. 21 2f 20 20 R. B. C. Pr. 74 74 ' 74 74 Leather . ...13 13 13 13 Lr. Pr. : ....78 78 77 77 NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE. O. H. L. C. Wheat, Sept. . .70 "1 70 70 Wheat, Dec 72 73 72 72 Com, Scrt 51 51 njs 51' - . BUTTER AND EGGS. By Associated Press Philadelphia.,July 8. Butter, 19; eggs, 13li. t tt Hum It tlie Ticket? Does It suit you? Well, We are not all alike, you know, in this world, and it is hard to please everyone, but tho faror Is unanimously for Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin as It is guaranteed to cure Constipation, Indigestion, Sick Headache and Stomach Trouble. Sold by CURTIS & HUTCHMAN, CHARLES R. BUCHANAN A RESTFUL DAY. Mrs. McKinley Was Able io Drive out O.. July 8. A quiet, restful and pleasant day is reported at the McKinley home this evening. The Pieshlent and Mrs. McKinley and Mrs. Ba'uer during the morning, drove to West Lawn cemetery and placed flow ers on the graves of the McKinley children and other relatives bulled there, and spent the remainder of the day at home. During the afternoon they sat on the porch for a time and seemed greatly to enjoy the cool bieezu that swept over it. Only a few callen appeared at the house and they were intimate friends or relatives. This evening Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Barber and their children and Judge Day were entertained nt dinner and remain ed to spend the evening. No plans for the future have been announced. Mi's. McKinley's condition continues favorable and she has experienepd no relapse as the result of the trip from Washington. The weather is pleas antly cool. Victory nt .net, For ten long yea.-j I was a sufforer .with kidney dyspepsia and rheuma tism disease, I treated with many Co lumbus doctors; took patent medicine. No results whatver until I discovered and took OSE bottle of DENN'S SURE, SAFE and SPEEDY CURE. In three days 1 threw aown my crutches. Ordinary case3 cured in one day. Only 25 and 75 cents at A. J. Rich ards and W. H. Sty a. Samples frta Mrs, Julia II old en. The funeral of Mrs. Julia Holdeu, who died at Tunnel, was hold yesterday from St, Marys church at 9 o'clock. The deceased wasjjorn Ireland and was 83yKi'rs ofpgcu He&death was caused liy dysentery T g LARES ACROSS TIE PACIFIC. Safe Steamer rtoiite Ilnvn Ilecn Kii- tnlillnheti Under l'lahn l'rnpoiteil by the Nnvr Department. Safe steamer lanes across the Pa cific ocean have been established, un der the plan proposed by thq nivy de partment n year ago, says a New York Herald special from Washing ton. These lanes are 30 miles wide. Reports received by Capt. C. C. Todd, hydrographer of the navy, from 00 commanders of war ships, government transports and merchant steamers, show that not a single menace to navigation exists within the limits of the tracts plat ted by the department. The lanes across the Pacific con licet San Francisco with Honolulu, Guam, and Manila; San Francisco with Nngasakl, Puget sound ports with Nagasaki and Honolulu and Guam with Nngn&aki. Exporters and stenmshlp men oa the Pacific coast purpose to uso their influence to secure the adoption by congress of Rear Admiral Brad ford's recommendation for a compre hensive survey, of the Pacific ocean. Capt. Todd, in his annual report, will strongly ask that congress be urged (o make an appropriation to fit out the ship to make the survey, and Bear Admiral Iliad ford, chief of equipment, will incorporate this rec ommendation in his report. Naval attaches of Germany, Great Britain nnd Tapan hnvc suggested the advisability of the participation of their governments. If these should act with the United States it is point ed out that the ocean could be divid ed and each nation could survey that section which is especially important fo its commercial interests or in the vicinity of its insular possessions.. RECRUITING NEARLY ENDED. Adjntnnt General Corliln Iionon Stntc- inent Shoivlne Thnt New Itenl- uirntM Arc Itmililly KUIIuk. Adjt. Gen. Corbin ha, completed a statement for the secretary of war, showing the result of recruiting for the new infantry and cavalry regU ments authorized by the last army bill. The statement shows that prac tically all the regiments have com pleted their quota of men and but few more enlistments will be required be fore the new army will be filled. The figures obtained by Gen. Corbin do not show the result of recruiting for the last week, but telegraphic reports re ceived indicate that recruiting is pro gressing so rapidly all the regiments will be filled within a short time. The Eleventh cavalry, at Fort Myer and Fort. Ethan Allen, has now 915 ratnj the Twelfth cavalry, at. Fort Sam Hous ton, Clnrk and Bliss. 974; Thirteenth cavalry, Fort Meade, 201; Fourteenth cavalry, Forts Lcaveaworth and Riley, 978; Fifteenth cavalry, Presidio and the Philippines, 1,020; Twenty-sixth Infantry, Philippine jslands. 1,284, the full strength required; Twenty-seventh infantry. Fort McPherson and Platt.s,burg barracks, G20; Twenty ninth Infantry, Fort Sheridan, 1.22B; Thirtieth infantry, Philippine islnnds, 1,262; Engineer battalion, Willett's Point, 401. In addition to the C20 men reported at. Vancouver bnrrncks for the Twenty-eighth infantry telegraph ic reports' show COO men more on hand to add to this regiment, making a total of lf12G. FLOCK TO SEE THAIS MUMMY. Itemnln of the Celehrnteil Conrtpunn ol the Orient Are on Kxhllil- tlun nt 1'nrlN. The great Parisian attraction of the week has be.en the exhibition nt the Guimet museum of the body of Thais, the celebrated courtesan of the ori ent. Society women, actresses, detni mondnines, even young girls tied to their mothers' apron strings, have flocked to see the Well-preserved re mains of Thais. Margaret Robinson, the actress, and sister of Anna, might be seen cheek by jowl with Cleo de Mcrode, while Sybil Sanderson looked matronly by the side of Itejnne. Maurice I'nter myer personally conducted a party of friends, and his clear voice could be heard explaining to them as follows: "Thais was once protected by the Greek poet Menander, then by Alex ander, king of Macedonia. Finally she married Ptolemy, king of Egypt, to whom she bore two children." Even President and Mme. Loubet went to see Thais, and close beside Mme. Loubet stood the venerable Mrs. Hannibal ilnmlln. The richly embroidered dresses of Thais are likewise bhovvn and Mme. Cassine expressed the belief that a Parisian beauty of to-day could not compare with her of whom the whole world talked In the days of Menander. In u terrible Cnnl, Hater, The Xnvnl and Military Record, com menting on the three weeks' trial of the British turbine torpedo boat de stroyer Viper, which was conducted under, regular service conditions, mid during which she developed a speed of 30J4 knots and wns pronounced cap able of doing 31, says her coal con sumption was enormous at top speed, which, the paper ndils, militates ngnlnst the plan which the Dover Calais company is now maturing, to build two turbine channel steamers and reduce the timti of crossing be tween England and France to 35 min utes. The Viper's ti Inl wns pronounced to be completely satisfactory. Al though she. was handled by an Jne.xv perlenccd crew, she showed a remark able immunity from breaking down. The Viper was steady in all weathers. New X7e tor U'Jioiioirrniili, Babies nre nowneitt to sleep by a lullaby trilled forth by the pnUuo- l An Excellent Combination. Tho pleasant method and beneficial effects of tho well known remedy, Hvnup op Fias, manufactured by tho California Fia Svrup Co., illustrate tho value of obtaining tho liquid laxa tivo principles of plnuts known to bo medicinally laxativo and presenting them in tho form most ref rcshincr to tlin tasto and acceptable- to tho eyatom. It is tho ono perfect strengthening laxa tive, cleansing tho system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches nnd fovers gently yet promptly and enabling ono to overcomo habitual constipation per manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionaolo quality and sub stance, and its acting on tho kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening; or irritating them, make It tho ideal laxative. In tho process of manufacturing jlgi nro used, as they aro pleasant to tho taste, but tho medicinal qualities of tho remedy nro obtained from senna nnd other aromatic plants, by a mothod known to tho California Fio Svnnr Co. only. Iu order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid Imitations, plcaso remember the full namoof tho Company printed on tho front of every package. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. OAN FRANCISCO. CAZ,. I,0UISVIIil.E, EY. NEW TOBK, N. T. Forsalo by all Druggists. Prlco50o. per bottlo. SOLD BY BEAGLE AND EYTLE AWD A. J. RICHARDS. MARIETTA, OHIO. OHIO RIVER R. R. OHIO VALLEY LINE - - DIRECT KOtTTE TO - - Pan-American Exposition BUFFALO, N. Y. From MARIETTA, 0 , Hound trip tickets trill he on ila DAILY at the following rates t Season Ticket $ 15-00 15 Day Ticket 13,60 lODayTickot n2o For time of trains 'or other Informa tion call on Agents or Ohio Itlver It. It. or WI ' T.. E. CHALENOB, ' Gen'l Pass, Agent, Parkorsbure, TT. Tft. Br aT. Reward will bo pilcl for 41 ET M ft any case or Nasal Catarrh. TV M U Catarrh of Head or Ca ( Ji fl f tarrhal deafness that can T ' ,r not be permanently cured x. .www. v.uica irtiuiju cusiiy anil pleasantly. Cleanses, soothes and heals the membrane. Contains no murcur? nor other Injurious drug. Is quickly absorbed. Gives instant relief. Recular size, fifty cents. Snm. pie and full directions free on request by C. w i Bece, Sons & Co,. Chicaso. I1U ''-" DYSPEPSIA "for six years I was aTlctlmofdys pepsla In Its worst form, i ioulu eat nothing out mill: toust, .mil at times my stomach would not retain and digest oven tlut. Last March I began taking OASC'Al'.KTS and since then I have steadily Improved, until I am as well as I ever vras in my life." David II. Moupnr. Newark, O CANDY CATHARTIC mADiMARN MBjrnatr I'leaiant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good, Merer ttloken. Weaken, or Gripe, 10c, JSc, Mo ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... BUrlUg Rtntilr l.Mpiar, lhUi, ftu.lrtkt, !Uw Tori. 311 UA Tftllfln olt1 and guaranteed bj alldrug. nw-iw wnw gun io ajuaaju ! Tobacco llablt. Goxey's Steel Plant, Special to tho Leader. Mt. Vernon, 0 July 8. Great pro gress has been made on the Coxoy steel plant buildings during the past week, and If tho fine weather continues soma portions of tho. shops will be ready for operation by the last of this month. The Iron men aro now at work and It will be only a few days before the roof Iron is on. The big furnaces aro also being rapidly built. The plant Is own ;d entirely by "General" J. S. Coxey, and will be one of the finest nnd larg est of the kind in tho country when completed. Back Tax Suit Settled, Special to the Leader. Mansfleld, 0 July 8. Tho casea brought by County T-easuror Brura flold against tho Aultman Taylor com pany and the JI. D. Harter estato for 2400,000 hack taxes, was settled for $35, 000. The case had been on for several years. Tho Aultman Taylor company will spend $250,000 In improvements, .A .household necessity. Dr. Thomas' Eclectrle Oil. Heals" burns, 'cuts, iwbuntU, of any'aort; cures soro throat croup, catarrh, uBtbmaj ilover falls. a AMWTZEaCIES ACME BRICK' MM?, MARIETTA, OHIO, - -fr ' -ft , '.&'., . ' '-i Manufacturers of Paving, t Pressed and Common Brick, Large stock constantly on, fiand, and brick deliversc! promptly. ' - Phone 405.' Works located -t,at Norwoods or' Eaa Marietta. AktfMs ffuii iwiw 434 Genuine stamped CCC Never sold In bulk. Beware of (he dealer who tries to sell "something Just as good." DON' TOBACCO SPIT nnd SMOKE YourLlfenwnvl v.. -- i j . . ... y on can dc cured or any form or tobacco uslnff easily, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of new life and vigor by taking HO-TO-DAO. that makes weals men strong. Many gain ten r. . j u lcn "" over auUmOUU All druggists. Cure guaranteed. Hook. cure 15L.?5S..1,1J!5:0 PR.BH. Address STERLING Mttuif tu uuicago or New York. 437 DR. MOREAU'S TANSY AND PENNYROYAL PILLS The Safest, Sural an J Only REUADte French REMEDY. Price $1.00 per boi. Pink wrapper. vatia iiflny.M, fi.uu per PDA. oy mail, postpaid. Address Da. Mokeau & Col Crown ll.o..' Hldg., S. Clinton St, Chicago, 111. Sold By Beagle & Lytle and A. J. Richards, Druggists, Marietta, Ohio. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of Uc&t. IilVK MKN WANTED. They CURB DANDRUFF. HAIR FALLING, HEADACHE, etc., yot cos'j the same as an ORDINARY comb. What's that? Why, Dr. White's Elec tric Comb. The only Datenoted Comb In the world. .jPeoplo, everywhere ll has been Introduced, are WILD with delight. You simply comb your hair each day, and the comb docs the rest This wonderful comb is simply un breakable and It Is made so that it Is ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE to break or cut the hair. Sold on a written guarantee to slvo PERFECT satisfac tion in EVERY respect Send stamps for one. Ladles' size 50c Gents' else 35c. Live men and women wanted ev erywhere to Introduce this article. Sells on sight. Agents are wild with success. (See want column of this paper.) Address D. N. Rose. Gen. Mgr. Decatur, 111. Dec. 18, lyoar-D & W PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION. Free Reclining Chair Cars Through to Buff alo via Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburg Ry. The Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburg Railway is the only Hue' that has free reclining chair cats and cafe cars on day trains Pittsburg to Buffalo. Two solid vestibuled trains leave P. & W. Depot, Allegheny dally at 9:00 A. M. and 10:u0 P. M., city time, running through to Buffalo without change of cars. Night train Is equipped with vestibuled coaches and latest pattern of Pullman sleepers. Rates for round trip tickets from Pittsburg as follows: 511.05, tickets good returning to and including October 31st, 1901. $9.20 tickets good 15 days. ?8.00, tickets good 7 days. 55.25, tickets good 3 days. The three day tickets are valid in coaches only on trains leaving P. & W. Depot 9:00 A. M. every Tuesday, all other tickets on sale every day and good in chair cars or Pullman sleepers. Tickets on salo at dry Ticket Office, 500 Smithfleld St., corner Fifth Avenue or P. & W. Depot, Allegheny. All inquiries for Information will re celvo prompt attention If addressed to C. O. D. Pascault, COO Smithfleld St., Pittsburg, Pa. Piles, Tetter, Eczema. Boro-Carbol Salve will cmo blind, bleeding or Itching Piles where all oth er ointments have failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays tho itching at once, acts like a poultice and gives Instant re. lief. Boro-Carbol Salve la prepared expressly for Plies, Tetter. Eczema nnd all itching skin diseases. Sold on a guarantee no cure, No Pay, prico 25 cents per box. Colds and Coughs. Price 25 and 50 cts. Avoid the Heat and Dust. When you go East by traveling via tho D. & C, tho Coast Lino. Tho now steel pasbeLger steamers leavo St. Ig naco, Mackinac, Cheboygan and Al pena four times a week for Detroit, io ledo, Cleveland, Buffalo, Pittsburgh New York, Cincinnati, and all points East, South and Southeast. A. A. SCHANTZ, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich, r .- v- "U, i DH. C. W. EUOX. Office No. so Front Street. .,!??P04i,J soldiers' Monument, aealdeaoi Mo. J1H Vturth 8tre. Telet none eonnentioa. UNDERWOOD ft MJDKY. Attorneys At .aw-. Corner Second and Putnam Streets nooms No. T and 8, Marietta., Ohio TADES DELFOllD, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office onFutnam St. WAY & HANCOCK, Attorneys-At-Law. Hoom 20, third floor St. Clair Building. J. C. BRENAN. C. C. MIDDLE8WAHT iUlKNAN A BIlDDLlisWAHT. , 1. .. Attorneys at Law. Davis Building, Marietta, Ohio. W. K. SYKES, lawyer nnil Notary Stenographer In Ofllco, Mills BciIMIn. -Marietta, Ohio. JP 'iAAtJn Dealer In Kea' . r-. WrVllL, Estate and Gen eral Loan Agent. Ward-Nichols Block. SJ. HATHAWAY, . Attorney at JLaw. ovoi Leader Office. Cor. Front and Pntatm COEN & WILSQN, Attorneys nt Law, Booms 23 and 25 8t. Cla Building, Putnam Street, Marietta, Ohio. CUlABLKBYT.iilClIABbS, ' Attorney at Law, Office on Pntnam aireot. Marietta, O Q, W. STRECKER, SSoSV Knox Savage Unlldlng, Putnam Street, Mart, etta Onto. 1 NYE tfOLLETT, . ! i ! lAttorney6aLaw.i"'w,-, - Otaoe In Law Building. Marietta, O in. jr. CUTTER, (Ex-Probate Judge.) ATTORHEY-AT-LAW and NOTARY POBLJC. Office 227 Putnam Street, X Doors Above Court Hoosfl, Theodore Stoepker, UPHOLSTERER WA- Street; S. fc r AHender's Furniture ' Store.) Telephone 3 J 4. Repairing and Re-Upholstering of FURNITURE, hair mattresses made . ovor. Pnrlor Suits and Spring Beds and Hair Top Mattresses for Wood and Iron TforlNtnnrlci Alan n aruklnTfv nt Turkish work, first class work only. opuuiiu attention Riven to work for churches, lodges, and hotels, hospitals, infirmaries, etc. A trial solicited. Repairing nnd T?n.iiniqlinrr nt VnlimVila old Mahogany.' LOW RATES VIA B. & 0. S- TQ TWENTY-EIGHTH .TRIENNIAL CONCLAVE Knights Templar, AT LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY, August 27th to 30th, l9ol, Tickets Will Be Sold August 24th to 28th inclusive. Good returning to September 2nd, 1001, with I"'nv,leg0 of extension to September 10, ' ' The B, & 0, S-W. Is the Best Line from the East and West. tSTXow llitmllied, Bert lee nnd KiuUmieiit, Depot located In heart ot tho city. Special storage trackB for prlyato cars. Consult our agents before purchasing tickets elsowheco. --- -'- Illustrated guide to Louisville and Map of the city will bo furnished on ap plication to any representative of tho Company orJiyiaddresslBg 1 - ji 0; p. Mccarty, . O. P. A.. Cincinnati, O .aV 7J I tl -fl wT' 'v f i'M- iLift ' '.. ... JL?'Ai . f 1 hifa&i&ft: iiiiiikMAJijAlMshMkidi .. mj.?H sy V ' a ifi .' , -- uwLiiiJu. ,V,.W 1. tmMmWSmwS mmwmmxwssvsaiMrrrMmm "vatltifeti , Vjfgfc&flffisjBi wmtoimmm