Newspaper Page Text
tut sv r. t V P. ?:'. . P Both phones 14 J, C.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. C ipltal $1,000,000 divided lu to ono million shares of One Dollar (SI. 00) each. Full paid and non-assessable. Two hundred and fifty thousand shares in the treasury on which preference of dividends is given. i 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 mora than fulfilling expectations. Ask for prospectus and further facts. C. R. RICHARDSON. GRAIN it Was Wildly Bullish 0 ijy Hopeless Advice By Associated Press. New York, July 22. The unsettled condition of the speculative condition was cleai ly manifested when the stock market opened this morning with un iavoraoie news regarding the corn crop, and affecting also the chances of spring wheat crop. Grangers and Pa cifies and Southwesterns were all acute ly depressed and heavy blocks of shares of each of these roads were thrown on the market and opening sales reaching as high 10,000 shares for Union Pacific. Selling was on the short side after the opening dip and was conducted with signs of timidity and caution. There was, In fact, effective support offered at the opening of the low level, but the incipient rally checked when the corn market opened in an excited condition. Toward the close the general dispo sition on part the traders was to close up their contracts over night and the demand from this source caused a sub stantial rally, running from 1 to 3 points. U. S. steel stocks moved narrowly all day, closing quite steady with a good part of the rally maintained. Railroad bonds were dull and weak. U. S. bonds all unchanged. grXin MARKET. By Associated Press. Chicago. July 22. In the grain pit3 this was a wildly bullish day and im pelled by the hopeless tone of advices from the parched prairies of wheat corn and oats, closed excitedly strong, with respectively 3, 4 and 3 higher for September delivery. Provls Ions closed higher in sympathy and September pork advanced 35 cents. ;u TOLEDO MARKET. TBy Associated Press. Toledo, O., July 22. Wheat, 73, corn. 59 1-5; oats, 55; cloverseed, ?.50. !""' STOCK MARKETS. Reported Daily by C. It. Richardson, Broker, No. 177 Front Street O. H. L. C. Atch 71 71 G7 69 Atch'. Pr. . ..94 94 92 93 So. Ry 28 29 28 2873 So. Ity. Pr...83 83 82 83 Texas 40 40 38 39 R. G 38 38 38 38 R. G. F. . . .75 75 74 74 J. C 157 157 157 157 Q. O. T. . ..64 64 63 63 N. P. Pr. ...98 98 98 98 U. P 99 99 93 9GV U.P. Pr ....88 88 88 88 N. Y. C. .. 151 151 148 150 Met.(Tr. . .167 167 165 100 Wab.' Pr. . .38 38 36 37 B-. &H. ...155 155 155 155 Pa 143 143 141 142 C. F 95 95 94 95 L. &N. ...101 101 99 101 U. S. S. . .39 39 38 38 V. S. S. Pr . .88 88 87 88 S. P 53 54 51 53 111.... 146 146 145 l-.o Alt 3G 3G 35 30 A. N. C. ...43 43 43 43 A. C. P. . .113 113 110 111 M. P 100 101 97 97 W. U 91 91 90 90 Man 118 118 116 117 B. . T. . ..70 7G 75 76 N. W 102 192 192 192 St. Paul . ..1C7 157 152 155 n. 1 142 142 137 138 B. Q 195 195 195 195 G. E 254 254 252 252 p. 0 113 113 112 112 Sugar 142 142'f140 142, T.' C. I. . . .G9 CO 1&L 58 B. & O . ...92 93',m" 93 P. O. box 453 Impelled Leather . ...12 12& 12 12 Lr. Pr 78 78 7S 78 A. T 28 28 27 28 C. &. Oo. . ..44 44 43 43 Nor 47 47 46 4G Erie 3G 3C 34 35 Erie 1st 65 65 G3 64 0. W 31 31 30 31 A. R 53 53 53 53 P. R. S. . .41 41 41 41 R. B. C. . . .18 18 17 18 R. B. C. Pr. .73 73 72 72 N. A 9S 99 95 99 Ex-Dlvldend 2 per cent. NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE. O. H. L. C. Wheat, Sept.. ..74 77 74 77 Wheat, Dec. . ..76 79 76 'J Corn, Sept. . ..60 62 G0 62 Corn, Dec. .. .60 62 GOVi 62 VISIBLE SUPPLY. Wheat, Decrease. . . .297,000 bushels Corn, Decrease 825,000 bushels Oats, Decrease 1,080,000 bushels For Infants and Children. Tiie Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of & Reflations of a Bachelor. Man stands between the devil and the deep sea or between one of them and woman. Once in a while some man does a good deed without thinking how the public will applaud him. The devil laughs out loud every time he sees some old fellow edging over to ward religion because some young woman want him to. A pair of low shoes and pretty ankles with openwork stockings will carry a. girl several thousand miles further into a man's esteem than all the brains she can borrow front someone else. A man who has no faults is fit only f to be an archangel or a doormat. The lace nightgowns that a man sometimes sees In shop windows are probably given to the poor. When a girl knows that a man does n't smoke she ought to find out what other queer thing there is about him that would make her miserable if she married him. New York Press. Fat lady Don't sleep too much; exer cise; don'Ueat fats and sweets. To re duce flesh rapidly take Rocky Moun tain Tea. Acts dliectly on the fatty tissues. 35c. Ask your druggist Wont Come Back. By Associated Press. London, Julv 22. Mrs. Hanna, di vorced wife of Daniel Hanna .said to day that in view of her former hus band's attltudo she might remain per manently In England and prepare her boys for Eton and Oxford. Catarrh of the Head. All druggists are authorized by the manufacturers of Bunsen's Cream Ca tarrhal to refund the monoy where it. falls to cure any case of Catarrh no matter of how long standing. Ono ap plication gives ease and rest. This is a new discovery and the only Catarrh remedy sold on a positive guarantee No Cure, No Pay. Price 60 cents. For sale by the Klrby Drug Company. (C) UNCLE SAM, .FARMER Harvests His Own Hay Crop on Gov ernment Land at Washington. Dnlncii One tirop Ycnr nnd IJncii the Stout Modern I'll mi Implement,! In lliirxvitliiK tin" Same Pri'Ml- ilent lilven tlio Fluent Stuck. Uncle Sam for several days past lias bci'n busily engaged in harvesting his annual crop of hay from the public do main meadows, unii the smell of new mown liny has been strong in the vi cinity of the government departments since the work was begun. It is the only crop of hay raised' by any govern ment in the world. All the hay raibod on the national liny (it-Ids In the mail is consumed by the horses employed by the government in the various de partments. The government meadow, upon which a good crop of hay Is raised every year, comprises nearly 150 acres of land in the heart of Washington. The land is the most fertile In the Dis trict of Columbia. If placed on the market it would no doubt fetch the highest price ever paid for agricultural hinds. It is the most expensive farm in the world, und yet the government is satisfied to raise only one crop of a farm product every 12 months. Uncle Sam is not a greedy farmer. Not only is he content to raise a single crop, but he annually gives away many tons of excellent hay to the poor of Wash ington. -1 stiSi&iuS&M. After the first nnd only crop is in all who arc willing to haul the hay away are welcome to what they desire. An immense amount of grass is cut throughout the city from the, various parks, but only at this season of the year is it called by its farm name. The work is being done by the regular , force of government grass cutters, who compi-Ke a"n "army of laborers. Mowing machines are. used, horse rakes, and all the up-to-date imple ments in use on a first-class farm. The inferior grades of liny, after the horses have been .supplied, will be given to the various departments for packing pur poses. Every year the finest hay stack pro duced is presented to the president as a gift from the department of public buildings and grounds U the executive horses. The stack which will be given this year for use of the president's thoroughbreds has already been se lected. It is now drying out in the hot sun back of the Washington monu ment, where it will remain until it is removed fo the stables of the execu tive mansion. This courtesy is a cus tom of several years' standing. 1Mb I'rlrc for Ohl INn-irnlt. The most valuable picture that has been offered to the Loudon public this season was sold the other day nt Willis' rooms by Messrs. Koliiii.son & Fisher. It was Iloppner's three- iuuiit-i- iciigui porrrair oi i.ndy Louisa Manners, who was afterward countess of Dysart. The work is familiar in its en graved form, and the picture was one of the treasures of 14 Carlton House terrace. It was sold by order of the executor of the kite Lady Charles Bruce, and formerly was the proper ty of Lady Laura Tollejnaehe, after Ward Maria Marchioness of Aileslmry. The bidding started, nt fl.OfO guin eas,. Messrs. Duvcen Brothers and Charles Werthelnier being the leading bidders, and was taken to 14,050 guineas, at which price) it was knocked down to Duveerr. Only One- In the lltiHlnrnx. There is ;i vocation followed by only one man. The vocation is that of traveling inspector on tin- Ameri can oeeim liners, nnd in the course of his employment he crosses the Atlantic fftener than nny other hu man being. This unique ocafion is hold by Alexander Killppinf. He spends practically, no time orr land, frequently reaching port in time to sail back again on another liner the same day. It can readily he rrndnr btooil that fhe provision of excellent infills on stenrinships- is a very diffi cult task orr account of the small working quarters fr rooking, and the dltlieiilty of keeping up supplies of varieties of fresh vegetables, meat nil fruit. Tiie inspector's duties are in oter.soeirrg nnd improving the service of menls on the ships. nnnifiiiri- FVhiim! trier Yenrm. Dr. L. L. Seaman was busy the other iny unpacking baggage- which he last taw in tlip Philippine tnu years ago Hits month, and which wa.s delivered at his house1 fn New York city on .Mon day evening- Dr. Seaman was major surgeon of the J'lrsst regiment of Unit ed States volunteers- in the Spanish American war. He recehed hfs dis charge and was traveling in the Phil ippines when hi.s baggage was stolen. It was given up for lost, nnd Ir. Sea man heard nothing more of it until In San Francisco last year he met one of the army oflicers from Manila, who in formed him thtit two boxes marked with his name were in the commissary department at that place. They had been recaptured. Only one article, a hammock, was. missing. It Ik Different Here. Glasgow or llirminghnm can con trol its own railways as well us its other public utilities, because there they put thieves in jail, not in pub lic otllce, says the New York Times. If the mayor of Glasgow were be lieved capable of using his. official in ilucnce for tho profit of himself or his friends he would never have nn opportunity to repeat the crime. Hare we promote our thieves from one high station to another, with full knowledge of their .dishonesty, And the ouly check we can impose for our own protection is to limit their on- Du.-.ur.itics o! loot'. ffl&ffl An Excellent Combination. Tho pleasant method and "beneficial effects of the well known romedy, Braur op Fios, manufactured by tho California Fio Svbup Co., illustrato the value of obtaining tho liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to bo medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most rof resiling to tho taste and acceptable, to tho system. It is tho ono perfect Htrengthcnlng 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 ovcry objectionable quality and sub stance, and its acting on tho kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating tliem, make it tho ideal laxative. In tho process of manufacturing figs aro usea, as incyaro picasant to too taste, but tho medicinal qualities of tho remedy nro obtained from senna nnd other aromatic plants, by a method known to tho California Fia Syncr Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, plcaso remember the full namo of tho Company printed on tho front of every package. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. I,0U1SVTIJ, KT. NEW YOBK, N. T. For sale by all Druggists. Prico 50c. per bottle. SOLD BY BEAGLE AND LYTLB An'D 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 ono issue would cost $2.00 ,and In the 12 isues( one year's subscription), at least $25.00. The subscription prico is $1.00 per year, so we give $25.00 worth of music for $1.00, and.feave subscribers the trouble of hunting over music stores to select their music. Write today for terms and particu lars. Sample copy free. CHICAGO BOOK & NEWS CO.. 2CG Wabash AVE., Chicago, I1L AN ORDINANCE granting to tho Lei decker Tool Company, in3 its succes sors In the ownership of Its plant, a f.fiil of way for a single milroad track crossing Second Street, between Butler Street and Green Street in tho City of Marietta, Ohio. Be is ordained by the City Council of the City of Marietta, Ohio, as fol lows: Section 1. That there be, and there hereby Is, granted to the Leidecker Tool Company, and its successors in the ownership of Its plant hereinafter men tioned, a right of way for a single rail road track crossing Second Street, be tween Butler Street and Green Street, In the City of Marietta, Ohio, the center line of which railrad track Is as lnl Iow3, to wit: Beginning at a point In the easterly line of Second Street 17-1 feet southerly from the southerly line of Butler Street, said 174 feet being measured southerly along said easterly line of Second Street from the intersection of the easterly line of Second Street witli the southerly line of Butler Street; thence on a curve to the left with a radfns of 203.1 feet for a distance of 130 feet to a'point; thence on a curve to the rlgnt with a radius or 181.4 feet for a distance of 73 feet to a point in the westerly lino of Second Street, said point being 438 feet northerly from the northerly line of Green Street, said 43S feet befng measured northerly, along the westerly line of Second Street, from the rntersectlon of the westerly line of Second Street with the norther ly ilno of Green Street; said right of way herng so granted (filling such tfme attneplantnow owned and being oper ated by such Leidecker Tool Company In Square No. G9 In said City of Mari etta, to reach which plan said right of way is granted, shair continue to Be operated. Section 2. Said TooT Comnanv. fts successors and assigns shall at all times Keep ana maintain bricR paving, of th character now actually laid on Second otroei at ine point where said right of way fs granted, between the rails, and outside the mils to the end of the ties, throughout tho whole length of the track constructed under the rh-ht of way herein granted, which brfck paving shall bo laid so ns to Interfere as little as possible with public travel along said Second Street, and ns close to the rails as the operation of said railroad track will permit, and shall bo at an times kept In proper and safe condition. All rafls laid within the limits of Second Street shall be what are known as girder rails. Section 3. No switching on said track within the limits of said Second Street shal Indemnify nnd save harmless tho wunin me nours or 3 a. M. and 7 A. M. and no cars shall be allowed to stand on said track within the limits of Second Street, at any time. Section 4. Said Leidecker Tool Com pany, and its successors nnd assigns, shall indempify and save harmless the City of Marietta from any and all dam ages, costs and expenses, arising from tho construction, maintenance or oper ation, of a railroad track under tho right of way herein granted. Section 5. This ordinance shall takr effect and be In force from nnd nftor tho earliest dato allowed by law. Passed July 9th, 1901. H. N. CURTIS, . President of City Council, ' CARL BECKER, City Clerk. There are 4,854 British patents for the manufacture of furniture other than .chairs. T ACME BRICK C0MPAIY, Manufacturers of Pavinsj, Large stock constantly ori i promptly. Phone 405. Works located Marietta. vgwm -piut bHirwHiiU CANDY CATHARTIC. EE33B332 in Un nil 'ii iilllilTrrii" ointtuu. Genuine stamped CCC Never sold In bulk. Beware of, the dealer who tries to sell ".omtihlng fust u good." DON'T TOBACCO SPIT and SMOKE YourLIfeatvnvl ou can be cured of any.forra of tobacco uslne easily, be matfe well, strong, magnetic, full of new life and vigor by taking HO-TO-BAO, that makes weak men strong. Many gain ten pouiiis in ten days. Over 5011.000 cured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book. lfi,.?SfL,id.Iice 1,RI5S. Address STERLING REMBDY CO., Chicago or New York, 7 DR. MOREAU'3 TANSY AND PENNYROYAL PILLS Price $1.00 ner box. Pink u...... ext'a strength. $2.00 per boiV by Add res ft Tin. Mmva m. ? mall, postpaid. .u..u u,v. uiu., a. i.ui(oa oi., cmcago, 111. Sold By Beagle & Lytle and A. J. Richards. Druggists, Marietta, Ohio. Rfnin ti.n. i nU cy rt r-. - f T $50! rtcward will be paid for any case of Nasal Catarrh, Catarrh of Head or Ca tarrhal deafness Ihnf ..! not be permanently cured -,-..,. r uujxaciN i ..KliAM CATARRHAL. Cures catarrh easily and pleasantly. Cleanses, soothes and heals the membrane. Cinntninn nn miic..,-.. nn- r.,t.n injurious drug. Is quickly absorbed. Gives instant relief. Recrnlnr cirit fir,v.n,c V....- Sle and full directions free on request by C.W. CES,Sons&Co.Chicaco.lll. "J - I Don't Be Fooledi Take the cenulne, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison Medi cine Co., Madison. Wis. It keeps you well. Our trade mark cut on each package. Price, 35 cents. Never sold fn bulk. Accept no substl- iiioopoRATiom iw. ask your drug-gut. NERVITA PILLS Restore Vitality, Lost i'lgor and Manhood Core Impotency, Night Emissions, Loss of Mom. cry, an wasting uisoases, all effects of solf-abuse or excess and indiscretion. A nerve tonio snd .blood builder. Brings the pink clow to pale chocks and restores the flro of youth. By mall IfiOo iwpnnr. R hrvrnq tor $SfiO, with our bankable (rnurontee to cure or joiona mo money paid, send for circular and copy of oar bankable guarantee bond. NervitaTablets EXTRA STRENQTH (TBI.LOW LABEL) tmwsuHifB n.una Posltrrely guaranteed cure for Loss of Power, Varicocele, Undeveloped or Shrunken Organs, Paresis, Locomotor Ataxia, Nenroos Prostra tion, Hjsteria, Fits, Insanity, Paraljrsls and the Results ofxces?ive Use of Tobacco, Opium at Liquor, By mail in plain package, box, 0 for $5.00 with our bsmtet ,si.uu hln mtUfe antes bond to cure In 30 days or refund Our bartkablo STUB money paid. Address NER VITA MEDICAL CO. Clinton &Jack3on Sts., CKtCAQO, ILfe Sold By Beagle & Lytle and A- J. Richards, Drueslsta. Marietta. Ohio. FOR RENT, Room GILMAN AVE J. H. HESTON. eSHSHS?SHS5SaSHSH5ciHE fU W. O. WAY, K.G.llltlOllAM, " l'res't. Vice l'rea't. n CIIAS. n. NKWTON, Treus. FU THE DIMESAYINGSSOCIETY, MARIETTA, OHIO, MONEY LOANED on Real Estate, Government, or in Municipal Bond?. 125E5H5HSESHSH5H5HHHEES Low Rates to Atlantic Cltv, Low rates via B. & O. S-W. to At lantic City, N. J nnd return, $10 00 Dates of salo July 11th and 25th August b'th and 22nd and Septombe 5th, 1901, with return limit of io daw with stop over at Philadelphia, Baltl-' more and Washington or all on return trip within the extreme limit by Ue positing ticket. y uo 60 PILLS 50 CTS.i 'iEi'IE 4 Pressed and Common Brick, hand, nnd brick delivered' a , , at Norwood or Eaa DII.O. W.EttD. Office No,a04ProntStro jik i-urtb street. rcioiaoneconnv.tloa. UNDERWOOD A I.UDK. AttornrtVH 1, r... n. Corner Secon J and Putnam S"rtAtn Rooms No. 7 and , mm ; vt&rlttcci, Ohio JAHEZ BELFORD. Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office on Putnam St. WAY & HANCOCK, Attorn eys-At-Law. Room 20, third fl00r St. Clair Building", J. C. BREMAN. C. C. MIDDLKSWAI1T 1IKKNAN & DIIDDLESWAKT DivisBaildiny.Marietu'ohro! " C' Wi K. SYKES. Litwyer nnd Notarr Stenographer in Office, , Mills Bnildinif, Marietta, Ohio. J. P. WARD, Dealer In Rea eral Loan Agent. Ward-Nichols Block. C J. HATHAWAY, Attorney at Law. ovei Leader Office Cor. Front and Putnam COEN & WILSON, Attorneys nt Law, Rooms 23 and 25 St. Cla Building, Pntnam Street, Marietta, Ohio. CHABLE3 TV. UIC1IABD3, - . Attorney at Law, Office on Pntnam Street. Marietta, O Gh W. STRECKER, ssy Knox bavago Building, Futuain Street, Marl, etta Omo. NTK A 1'OLLKTT. Attorneys at Law. Offl.w In Law BuHdli?. Marietta, o THE AMERICAN LOAN COMPANY. Loans monoy on diamonds, watches, jewelry, etc. Buy and sell new and second hand goods. Second hand shoea and clothlnr bought and eold. If you want money, want to sell or buy anything see us Goods called for and delivered. THE AMERICAN LOAN CO., E. Henslby, Mgr., Ill Front St., Phono 331. Theodore Stoecker, UPHOLSTERER 303 Gilman Street, (W. S. Allender's Furniture Store.) Telephone 314. c-t1113 Ro-Upholstoring of FURNITURE, hair mattresses made 0V0Vt .Parlor Suits and Spring Beds and Hair Top Mattresses for Wood and I1'0' Bedsteads. Also a specialty of lurkish work, first class work only, bpecial attention given to work for churchos, lodges, and hotels, hospitals, innnnanes, etc. A trial solicited. Repairing and Re-finishing of Valuablo old Mahogany. LOW RATES VIA B. & 0. S-W. TO TWENTY-EIGHTH TRIENNIAL CO&OLA.VE Knights Templar AT LOUISVILLE KKNTUCKY, August 27th to 30th, J9ol Tickets Will Be Sold August 24th to 28th Inclusive. Goo returning to September 2nd, 1901, with ?oni g0 of tension to September 16, 1JU1, The B. & 0. S-W. is the Best Line from the East and West. fSrHfw Itumllioil, feoriluu unci liiullmieiit. Depot looted In heart of th city. Special Btorago tracks for private cars. Consult our ngonts before purchasing tickets olsowhero. Illustrated guide to Louisville and Map of the city will be furnished on ap plication to any representative of tho company or by addressing o. p. Mccarty, G, P. A., Cincinnati. 0.