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O.R. RICHARDSON,
LICENSED BROKER
J 77 Front street, Marietta, Ohio
Representing
Douglas, Lacey & Co,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
66 Broadway, New, York.
America's Richest Gold District.
The NEW CENTURY MINING COMPANY. Capital $1,000,000 divided in
to ono million shares of One Dollar ($1.00) each. Full paid and non-assessable.
Two hundred and fifty thousand shares in the treasury on which preference
of dividends is given.
Operating the "American" and "American Eagle" gold mines, comprising
the"American Lode," Magnolia district, Boulder county, Colorado.
Recent advices are to the effect that these properties are more than fulfilling
expectations. Ask for prospectus and further facts.
C. R. RICHARDSON.
PRICES
Through the Support and the Market
Closed Weak.
By Associated Press
New York. July 19. The character
of today's stock market was much the
same as that of yesterday, bu there
was a conspicuous absence of the late
enormous demand which lifted Union
Pacific yesterday in the closing deal
ings. The volume of trading waj rath
er larger than yesterday and the mark
let was highly professional. Prices
broke through the support in the late
dealings and the market closed weak
and at the lowest of the day. Stocks
conspicuous for strength yesterday
were conspicuously weak. The stock
selected as props for the market today
were principally amongst the southern
railroads and the Gould southwesterns.
Included in the latter were Western
Union, Manhattan, Texas and Pacific.
There was large buying in Missouri Pa
cific. U. S. Steel stocks marked up
sharply over a point each during the
period of strength. The sustaining
force of these advances, however, was
steadily taken advantage of to realize
in the railroad list. Union Pacific,
St. Paul and Atchison -were the most
conspicuous objects of the selling.
The bond market was moderately ac
tive and higher. U. S. bonds were un
changed. BUTTER AND EGGS.
By Associated Press.
Philadelphia, July 19. Butter, 20A;
eggs, 15.
TOLEDO MARKET.
By Associated Press.
Toledo, July 19. Wheat, 69; corn,
52; oats, 34; rye, 51; cloverseed,
$0.50.
DUN'S REVIEW.
By Associated Press.
New York, July 19. Dun's says.
Anxiety regarding unfavorable possi
bilities in the future rather than any
actual present misfortune depressed so
curitles and caused the cancellation of
some orders for merchandise. Retail
distribution of goods will not be cur
tailed by the labor controversy. Be
yond advancing prices of stel sheets and
depressing the market of tin quotation:,
have not been affected by the strike of
the Amalgamated Association. In ihe
branches not directly concerned there
is no change of conditions, orders fre
quently running months ahead.
Woolen mills are generally active,
orders for heavy, weight goods arriving
in large numbers. The light weight
season will soon open. There Is pros
pect of profitable operation unless raw"
material should advance. Wool is
firmer and stocks at mills and In ware
bouses are on the decrease.
In cotton goods the situation Is un
changed. The decline In cotton was
Your '
p money
uBack,
if you
don't like'
Wetmore's'
Best
T7ke,lrjt o;itJ only chewing
tobacco to be guaranteed.
p No Premiumi. w
lour dalr ftai net TTJ
inorc'i Bat, lend u (0 eentt
for a pound plug.
" Remember the Tw
Umbrella Brand.
M. C.VVETMORE TOBACCO CO.
St. Lou!$, Mo.
The largeit independent
factory in America.
BROKE
followed by a slight recovery. Foreign
consumption is slight.
Stability of prices seems assured in
the footwear industry. The firm tone
is sustained by the steadiness of leath
er and buyers are not seeking conces
sions. Factories are running full time
with orders on hand for months ahead.
Limited supplies of leather make the
market very firm. Hides are fairly ac
tive and steady.
In grain markets variations in quo
tations were less extensive. After a.
severe Ureak from the best price last
Friday wheat suddenly advanced as the
feeling became general that foreign
requirements would bring a new record
for exports, possibly exceeding 250,000,
000 bushels.
Failures for the week were 196 in the
United States against 231 last year, and
32 in Canada against 27 last year.
STOCK MARKETS.
Reported Daily by U. K. Richardson,
Broker, No. 177 Front Street.
O. H. L. C.
Atch 78 78 74 75
Atch Pr 98 9S 9C4 90
So. Ry 30 31 30 30J4
So. Ry. Pr. .85 851& 844; 81
L. & N. ...103 lOOji 105 105V4
R. G 39 411A 39 10
R. G. First. .70 77M: 75j 7C
P. M 40 40 39'A 39
U. P 107 108 103 101
U. P. Pr. ...90 90 89 89
N. Y. C. ...154 154 152 lui
C. C. C 92 92 91 91
Met. Tr. . ..171 171 170 17U
Wab. Pr. ...39 41 39 10
B. &H. .. .159 101 159 VAi'ii
Pa 110 147 144 l4i
S. P 56 59 5G faCij
C. &A 39 40 39 i9
Texas 40 43 40 12
C. &0 40 46 45 45
N. & W 48 48 48 48
Erie 37 39 37 37
Erie 1st. . ..00 07 GG 00
O. &W 32 33 32 S2
G. W 23 25 23 23
S. S. Pr 63 64 01 02
N. A 102 102 1004 100
M. P 108 109 . 105 105
W. U 91 94 91 92
Man 120 121 119 119
B. R. T. . ..79 78 77 77
St. Paul. .166 167 102 162
H.1 149 150 147 147
Ills 150 151 149 , 149
Gi E. . .,..259 260 258 253
P. 0 115 115 114 114
Tobacco.. . 130 131 130 130
Sugar 142 145 142 143
T. C. 1 60 64 60 01
B. & O. . . 98 98 90 97
CF 99 .99 98 99
U. B. S. . ..40 41 39 40
U. B, S. Pr .88 90 88 86
A. N. C. .. .45 46: 45 4534'
A. C. P. . 115 116 115 115
A. F 30 30' 30 30
R. D. C. . ..19 20 19 19
R. B. C. Pr. . 73 74 73 74
Leather 13 13 13 13
NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE.
O. H. L. O.
Wheat, Sept. ..73 74 73 74
Wheat, Dec. . .75 75 75 75
Corn, Sept 55 66 55 6G
Corn, Dec 56 57 56 56
WISE WHITE HOUSE EMPLOYE.
Doe Quite a Profitable Ilnalnenn In
UlnponliiK of Klttcnn of the
Ottlctnl Cnt.
Evidences of prosperity exhibited
by one of the colored employes of the
white house, best known db George,
have mnde him the envy of his asso
ciates. ' He recently appeared in a
new suit of "(.tore clothes."
When they mw him bring a little
kitten into the white house the other
day, says a correspondent of the Tole
do Blade, and subsequently hand the
little pet over to a fashionably attired
lady who was riding in a trap the se
crt came out.
Not long since the official uhlte
house cat gave birth to 12 kittens an
even dozen and no more. The old cat
and her family were in George's keep
ing. When the event became known
In official and social circles there was
a great demand for kittens born be
neath the roof of the executive man
sion.
Learning that George was their
keeper, .society girls sought him out
and each wanted the prettiest one in
the lot. Each was promised the "pret
tiest" one, When a do?cn customers
had been supplied the demand was as
great as ever.
As some of the kittens had brought
as high as five dollars each, George
could not think of retiring from the
cat business. He went among his
friends in South Washington and dis
covered other kittens. They were just
as pretty as the white house ones and
passed readily for the genuine article.
When a customer was to be supplied
George would take one tot the South
Washington born kittens to the white
house and from there deliver it to the
fair one. It may never be known how
man- kittens are being tenderly cared
for about the city and pointed to as
having been born in the white house.
Nor will it ever be known just how
inueh revenue the cat industry forced
upon the colored employe yielded him.
MUST DO THEIR WORK WELL.
Incompetent Dcntlxt Arc I.talile to
Dimmer for Tliolr llim-
clini; Work,
The courts are taking cognizance of
the competency or Incompetency of
professional men. A short time ago
a New York tribunal held that a phy
sician was liable for unskillful or neg
ligent treatment of a patient and now
the court of appeals of that state has
rendered a decision holding a corpora
tion liable tor unskillful dental work.
This corporation, according to the
complaint, represented that it carried
on the practice of dentistry in con
nection with its other departments.
The plaintiff, a woman, having under
gone treatment, sued for alleged re
sultant injury and received a verdict.
Apparently the defense of the cor
poration was that the dental business
was not, in fact, carried on by it, but
was owned by the dentist. But the
court held that the company, hating
held itself out as carrying on a dental
department, and the plaintiff having
been ignorant of the fact that the
company was not the real owner of the
dental department, the corporation
was estopped from making such a de
nial. For, under the circumstances,
the court said that the plaintiff had a
right to rely not only on the pre
sumption that the company would em
ploy a skillful dentist as its servant,
but also on the fact that if that serv
ant, the dentist, whether skillful or
not, was guilty of any malpractice, slip
had a responsible party to answer
therefor in damages.
GOT TOO FOND OF WINE.
So TIiIh Southern Oi-iillcinaii I)e.
otroyc-il One of the Klnext Vine.
jarilH in the South,
A gentleman who lives on the north
side of the county, at the foot of the
Peaks of Otter, recently destroyed
what was one of the finest vineyards
In the county, says the Bedford (Va.)
Democrat. The vineyard was com
posed of about 1,000 healthy bearing
iues of different varieties of fine
grapes. For several years past, be
ing unable to market the fruit at a
profit, the owner has been turning
his grape crop into wine, making
sometimes as much as 1,000 gallons
of fine wine in a season. Having a
great quantity of wine and being en
dowed with that hospitality charac
teristic of old Bedford, he denlt it out
very freely to his family and neigh
bors. The habit of imbibing grew on
him, on his family, and on his neigh
bors, until, as he expressed it. "the
thing got to be a nuisance," nnd the
only way to get rid of what seemed
to him to threaten the vitals of his
family and the entire neighborhood
wns to get rid of his vineyard, so he
went to work and destroyed the
finest vineyard In the county.
Veritable Mmm In n gnlon.
At the Comtesse de Greffelhu's re
ception at Paris, when the music and
singing had ended, two young lions
enireu uiu snioon u ragging a car
ducked' with lilies and rosea. It is a
remarkable fact 'that they frightened
nobody, but called forth the guests'
unanimous applause. They were
brought recently to France by Prince
d'Arenburg, who waB participating In
the Paris-Berlin race and did not
Witness their triumph.
!$gsfe
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method nnd beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
Hyp-up of Fias, manufactured ty tho
California Fio Svnur Co., illustrate
thcvalueof obtaining tho liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to bo
medicinally laxative and presenting
themin the form most refreshing to tho
tasto and acceptable to tho system. It
is the ono perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansing tho system cffectuallv.
dispelling colds, headaches nnd fevera
gently yet promptly and enabling ono
to uvercuuiu iiuuibuui uuuBLijmtion per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance, and its acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating thein, make it the ideal
laxative.
In the process of manufacturing figs
are used, as they are pleasant to tho
taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to tho Galifoknia Fio Svnup
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of th o Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
BAN FRANCISCO, CAI
10UISVTLLE, ITT. NEW YORK, N. Y.
For solo byall Druggists. Price DOc. per bottla
SOLD BY BEAGLE AND LYTLE
AWD A. J. RICHARDS, MARIETTA,
OHIO.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED AT ONCE
(Men or Women), to sell our NAT
IONAL HOME & MUSIC JOURNAL.
The most popular musical monthly
published. Contains 24 pages of the
highest class of music written; also
literature, engravings, etc. The music
in one issue would cost $2.00 ,ond In
the 12 Isues( one year's subscription),
at least $25.00. The subscription price
Is $1.00 per year, so we give ?25.00
worth of music for ?1.00, and.'save
subscribers tho trouble of hunting
over music stores to select their music.
Write today for terms and particu
lars. Sample copy free.
CHICAGO BOOK & NEWS CO.,
26G Wabash AVE.. Chicago, 111.
IIIIIIIMIIIUM
IS IS YOUK I'KIKNU LOUIS PItICK
The Economical Jeweler. While at
the Dime Savings Bank Building, hav
ing the place for business but not the
space, now movedandoccupyingpartof
John Bickert's store, having the place
and space where a magnificent display
of modern Watches, Clocks, Rings,
etc., is ready for your inspection
Prices on all purchases and first class
Watch and Jewelry repairing are
strictly economical.
146 Front Street, Opposite Commer
cial College Building, Marietta, Ohio.
F. J, CUTTER,
(Ex-Probat Judge.)
ATTORHEY-AT-LATB and NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office 227 Putnam Street,
8 Doors Above Court Hon
i7asE5HS?sasasH5HSHScis;
nl W. O. WAV, K. G.IIK1GUAM,
Q Pren't. Vice l'rea't.
r CM AS. II. NKWTON, Trena.
JS THE
S DIME SAVINGS SOCIETY,
MARIETTA, OHIO.
(MONEY LOANED on Real
Estate, Government, or
in municipal uonno
IES25H5HSESH5H5H5HTE;
MARIETTA,
ONi: DAY OMLV.
Monday, July 22nd
I
Uiave a
Straightforward
proposition
to make every man, woman
and child in this community :
Do you want to see a First
Class Big Show for a smalj
sum ot money? If so do
not fail to be on hand show
day to see the W. H. Harris'
World's Famous Nickel
Plate Shows. I will give
you more
tor your money
than all other shows.
crpcrol
In, k flhh,.
Tia:3H
ACME BRICK COMPANY,
MARIETTA, OHIO,
Manufacturers of Paving,
Laree stock constantly on
promptly.
Phone 405. Works located at Norwood or Eaa
Marietta.
Tr, mi m tiWITil B r Drotzuu.
Genuine stamped C C C Never sold In bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries io sell
"something Just as good."
DON'T
TOBACCO SPIT
and SMOKE
YourLifenwavl
Yon can be cured of any form of tobacco using
easily, be made jvell, strong, magnetic, full of
new life and vigor by taking NO-TO-BAO.
that makes weak men strong. Many pain
ten pounds In ten days. Oyer 600,000
cured. All .druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book-
i?l,?5.(lv5d.SJe ?,BE- Address STERLING
REMEDY CO., Chicago or New York. 437
DR. MOREAU'S
TANSY AND
PENNYROYAL PILLS
The Sited, Sireit and Only
RELIABLE French REMEDY.
Price $1.00 per boi. Pink wrapper.
mail, postpaid. Address Da. Moreau & Col
Brown Bios.' Bldg., S. Clinton St, Chicago, lE
Sold By Beagle & Lytle and A. J.
Richards, Druggists, Marietta, Ohio.
$50!
Reward will be paid for
any case of Nasal Catarrh.
Catarrh of Henri m rn.
tarrhal deafness that can
not be permanently cured
CATARRHAL. Cures catarrh easily nnd
pleasantly. Cleanses, soothes and heals the
membrane. Contains nn mnrrnrv r ntVio.
injurious drug. Is quickly absorbed. Gives
instant relief. Regular size, fifty cents. Sam
ple and full directions free on request by C.W.
Bcccs, Sons & CO., Chicago, 111.
DON'T Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison MtdU
cine Co., Madison, Wis. It
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut on each package.
Price, 35 cents. Never sold
In bulk. Accept no ubitl
NconponTto,a tute. Ask jour druggUt.
NERV1TA PILLS
Restore Vitality, Lostlgor and Manhood
Cure Impotcncy, Night Emissions, Loss of Mem
ory, an wasting diseases,
all effects of seif-abuse or
excess and indiscretion.
A norre tonto and
,blood builder. Brines
the pink glow to pale
cheeks and restores the
60
PILLS
SO
CTS.
lire of youth. By mall
.50c OflrDoz. O boxes for
$8.50, with our banhable gaurontee to cure
or reiuna tne money paia. bend for circular
ana cpy ot our bankable guarantee bond.
NervitaTablets
EXTRA STRENQTIi
(TOLi.nwr..l iniiucumic iwuiib
Positively guaranteed euro for Losj cf Power,
Varicocele, Undeveloped or Shrunken Organs,
Paresis, Locomotor Ataxia, Nervous Prostra
tion, Hysteria, Fits, Insanity, Paralysis and tbe
Results of Excessive Dse of Tobacco, Opium 01
Liquor. By-mail In plain package, $1.00
box, 0 for $6.00 with our bankable guaa
ante 8 bond to curs In 30 days or rerun!
money paid. Address
NERVITA MEblCAL CO.
Clinton & Jackson sts.f CHICAGO, 114
Sold Dy Beagle & Lytle and A. J
Richards, Druggists. Marietta, Ohio.
PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION-
Free Reclining Chair Cars Through Io Buff
alo via Buffalo, Rochester &
Pittsburg Ry.
The Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburg
Railway Is the only line that has free
reclining chair cars and cafe cars on
day trains Pittsburg to Buffalo. Two
solid vestlbuled trains leave P. & W.
Depot, Allegheny daily at 9:00 A. M.
and 10:1)0 P. M., city time, running
through to Buffalo without change of
cars. Night train Is equipped with
vestlbuled 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.
$5.25, 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
othor tickets on sale every day and
good In chair pars or Pullman sleepers.
Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office,
500 Smithfield St., corner Fifth Avenue
or P. & W. Depot, Allegheny.
All Inquiries for Information will re
ceive prompt attention If addressed to
O. O. D. Pascault, 600 Smithfield St.,
Pittsburg, Pa.
Washout on Pennsylvania.
The heavy rain of Thursday evening
caused serious damage to tho Pennsyl
vania Lino. The track was washed
out In several 'places between Warner
and Elba .causing traffic to be Inter
rupted all day Thursday. Passengers
were transferred all day. The road is
ready to resume its regular time table
'bis morning.
0Em candy cathartic a
f&8
ffllSSft
Pressed
'-hand.
and Common Brick.
and brick delivered
"IMI. O. W. EDD1.
JL Office No. S04- Front Street.
Oppoelte Soldi era' Hannment.
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QfisidenaeNo.
bib jTMurin Bireei
Telet hone connection.
UNDERWOOD L.UDKY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam btreotu
tiooms pio
'To. 7 and 9.
Marietta, Ohio
JABEZ BELFURD,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Office on Putnam St,
WAY & HANCOCK,
Attorncvs-At-Lnw. Room 20, third floor
8t. Clair Bnildiag.
r. C. BRENAN. C. C. MIDDLEBWAHT
UUE.NAN MIDDLKSWAKT.
Attornova at Law.
Davis Building, Marietta' Ohfo.
W. K. SYKKS,
Ljiwyer nnd Notary
wyi
in
Stenographer in Office, MilU Buildln
1MB Building,
Marietta, Ohio.
I P WARn Dealer In Kea'
U. r. W tXnU, Estate and Gen
eral Loan Agent. Ward-Nichols Block.
S3. IIATDAWAI,
Attorney at E,w.
over Leader Offlc. cor. Front and Pntnam
COEN & WILSON,
Atrorneys nt Law, Rooms 23 and 25 St. Cla
Building, Pntnam Street, Marietta, Ohio.
CHABLES W. KICUABD8,
Attorney at Law,
Otnce on Pntnam biroot.
Marietta. Q
Q. W. STRECKER, JgSY
Knox Savage Building, lutnam Street, Marl,
etta unlo.
-VrYB A rOLLETT.
Office In Law Bnlldlng.
Mar,
THE AMERICAN LOAN COMPANY.
Loans money on diamonds, watches,
jewelry, etc. Buy and sell new and
second hand goods. Second hand BhoeB
and clothing bought and cold,
If you want money, want to Bell
or buy anything see uo. Goods called'
for and delivered.
THE AMERICAN LOAN CO.,
E. Henbley, Mgr., Ill Front St., Phono
384.
Theodore Stoecker,
UPHOLSTERER
303 Gilman Street, (W. S.
Allender's Furniture Store.
Telephone 314.
c,i???TmiD&Tnnd Re-Upholstering o&
FURNITURE, hair mattresses made-ove,r-
Parlor Suits and Spring Bedo.
nud Hair Top Mattresses for Wood and)
Iron Bedsteads,. Also a specialty of
Turkish work, first class work only,
bpecial attention given to work for
churches, lodges, and hotels, hospitals,,
infirmaries, etc. A trial solicited.
Repairing and Re-finishing of Valuablo
old Mahogany.
LOW RATES
VIA
& 0. S-W,
TO
TWENTY-EIGHTH
TIUENNIAL
COhOLAVE
Knights Templar
AT
LOUISVILLE
KKNTUCKY,
August 27th to 30th, J9ol,
Tickets Will Be Sold
August 24th to 28th Inclusive. Gooo
returning to September 2nd, 1901, with
1901 0t exten8lon to September 16, ,
The B. & o. S-W. Is the Best Line
from the East and West.
f3TNvn Hi)U(lbecl,tiorvlce unit Kqulpiaent.
Depot located In heart of tho city.
Special storage tracks for prlvato oars.
Consult our agents before purchaalng
tickets elsewhere.
Illustrated guide to Louisville and;
Map of the city will be furnished on-application
to any representative of th
company or by addressing
0. P. McOARTY,
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