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The Richmond Palladium, Monday, June 18, 1906. EST MARINE NEWS MtHltlMIMHMMMI Plummets Harris Provisions Live Stock, Grain and Ctock Markets Indianapolis Cincinnati Chicago, New York and Richmond 9 Souti Sisth St. f,ti None The Pal'adlum's Market Reports are the latest and are absolutely reliable. No news papers In Indiana, those of Indianapolis not exeopted, give a more complete market report than the Palladium. CARRIAGE and REPAIR WORKS i LAI RICHMOND MARKETS NOW ITS RED RASPBERRIES AND GREENGAGE PLUMS LATEST ARRIVALS. Two new "varieties" have come to Richmond. Raspberries and plums have been on sale for some time, but the Greengage plums have now ap peared. The raspberries are from southern Indiana the place which grows, according to dealers the fin est red raspberries to be found in the country. They are of fine quality and are correspondingly hlghpriced, bring Ing $2.50 a case of twenty-four pints. The Greengage plums are from Ten nessee, and are bringing $1.50 a case. The demand for raspberries Is growing steadily larger. This fruit is coming In quantities large enough to assure an ample supply, and prices are low enough for the berries to be widely used. $1.75 a crate is asked for most stock. COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery.; Butter. Country to 15c iSS. Country, per dozen l4c Poultry. Per Lb. Chickens dressed 12H to 5c Cfliokene (fries) 20c ' PROVISION RETAIL PRICE8. (Furnished by Bee Hive Grocery.) Fruite. Datea, per lb JOo Lemons, doz 30(2 Applet .per bu '"VrVVJ . Cal. Oranges, doz., 25c to 50c Figs, per lb ::"i"lrl Bananas, doz 15o to 20c Strawberries, per qt, 8 to 12 c Vegetables. Radishes, per mnch 05C Cabbage .. . 10c head Young onions, per bunch 2 for 5c Lettuce, per lb., Jjc Spinach, per id W Cucumbers, each c Tomatoes, per qt lje Green Beans, per P 20 Potatoes. Jersey Sweets, per pk 50c New Irish Potatoes, per pk 60c Flour. Pancake, per pkg JJ Buckwheat, per pkg. n Popcorn. On cob. per lb., 5c Shelled, per lb 10 Miscellaneous. Calc. per l pk .P'. M.ple Syrup, per gal., $1 Extra Fine, per gaL, X Hnney, per lb., ; Maple Sugar, per lb-, ......lb WHEAT AND CORN. (Paid by Richmond Roller Mills. ) Wheat .. ... ..87 Corn .. .. . . . . . 48 Oats .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . 35 WAGON MARKET. (Paid by H. J. Ridge & Son.) Corn . . .. .... .... -.. .. 5o Timothy Hay. Baled.. .. .. $9.50 to $10.00 Loose.. .. .. $9.00 to $9.50 Mixed baled .. .. .. .. $9.00 Clover Hay. Baled... $5.00 Loose.. .. .. . $7.00 Miscellaneous. Oats : 32c to 35c Straw Baled .. .. .. .. 4.50 to 5.00 RICHMOND LIVESTOCK. (Paid by Richmond Abbatolr.) Cattle. Choice butecher Steers ..$4.00(3) 4.50 Bulls.. $3.00 3.25 Cows, common to good . . $3.00 3.50 Calves $5.00 5.50 Hogs. Hogs, top heavy $6.25 Hogs, 300 lbs common and rough .. ' $5.75 5.85 Hogs 200 and 250 lbs average $6.00 6.10 Lambs. Lambs.. $6.50 to $7.00 Bilious? Feed heavy after dinner? Tongue coated? Bitter taste? Com plexion sallow? Liver needs waking up. Doan's Regulets cure bilious at tacks. 25 cents at any drug store. Long Tennessee Fight. For twenty years, W. L. Rawls, of Bolls., Tenn., fought nasal catarrh. He writes: "The swelling and soreness inside my nose was fearful, till I be gan apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve to the sore surface; this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear, never to return." Best salve in ex istence. 25c at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store. Impure blood runs you down makes you an easy victim for organic diseases. Burdock Blood Bitters puri fies the blood cures the cause- builds you up. Russ Bleaching Blue is much the best Insists that your grocer gives you this brand. Refuse imitations. It has gone out of fashion to boast of never reading ads. Those who do not nowadays are inclined to keep quiet about it, as they would about any other personal shortcom HNAPOL IS THE CATTLE MARKET CLOSED STEADY TRADE WAS DULL AND QUIET. Publishers' Press Indianapolis, Ind., June 17. Re ceipts, 4,500 hogs, 200 cattle and 100 sheep against 4,875 hogs, 271 cattle and 178 sheep one week ago and 7,721 hogs, 232 cattle and 19 sheep one year ago. The hog market closed weak after a strong opening. The cattle market closed steady. Trade was dull and Quiet, with few sales made. Receipts were light, even for the last day of the week, and consisted mainly of medium and com mon kinds. Local butchers were buy ers of these grades at steady prices. Sheep and Lambs Active. Receipts of sheep and lambs were fair. Trade was active, being largely in control of the shippers. Best spring lambs sold for $7.50. while good lambs brought $6.50. Choice sheep sold at $4.75. A good clearance was made. STEERS Good to choice steers, 1,300 lbs and upward. ? 5 00 5 75 Common to medium , . steers, 1.300 lbs. and upward 4 75 5 23 Good to choice steers 1,150 to 1,250 lbs .... 4 60 5 00 Common to medium steers, 1,150 to 1.25C lbs 4 25 4 0 Good to choice steers, 900 to 1,100 lbs 4 25 4 SO Common to medium eteers, 900 to 1.100 lbs 3 75 4 15 Choice feeding steers, 900 to 1,100 lbs 4 00 4 25 Good feeding eteers, 00 to 1000 lbs i 00 4 25 Medium feeding eteers 700 to 300 lbs 3 25 3 So Common to best stock- era 2 00 2 CO HEIFERS Good to choice heifers.. 4 40 4 75 Fair to Medium heifers 3 75 4 25 Common light heifers .. 2 50 3 60 COWS- Good to choice cows.... 4 00 4 50 Fair to medium cows .. 3 25 3 85 Canners and cutters ... 2 00 3 50 Good to choice cows and and calves 80 00 50 00 Common to medium cows and calve 20 0035 00 BULLS AND CALVES lood to prime bulls .... 3 75 4 00 fair to medium bulls .. 3 25 3 50 Common bulls 2 75 3 00 Common to best veal calves 5 00 7 00 Fair to good heavy calves 2 50 5 00 Hogs. Best hsavioB. 210 lbs and upward 6 60 6 65 Medium and mixed. ISO lbs and upward 6 45 655 Good to choce lights 168 to 180 lbs 6 45 6 50 Common to eood lights ISO to 150 lbs 6 35 6 45 Best pigs 5 50 6 15 Light pUrs 4 75 5 50 Roughs 5 40 5 85 Bulks of sales .t 6 50 6 65 Sheep. Spring lambs $ 6 00 7 25 Good to choice lambs . . 5 50 6 00 Common to medium lambs 5 00 5 50 Good to choice year lings 4 50 5 50 Common to medium yearlings 4 25 4 75 Good to choice sheep .. 4 00 4 50 Culls to medium sheep 2 50 3 50 Stockers and feeding sheep 2 50 2 75 Bucks, per 100 pounds 2 50 3 50 Pocket Map of the Lake Region of Northern Wisconsin and Michigan Issued by the Chicago & North West ern Railway, showing lakes, streams, wagon roads, trails and much other valuable Information regarding the best hunting and fishing region in the world. Mailed on receipt of four cents in postage to W. B. Kniskern, Pass'r Traffic Mgr.. Chicago. 14-5t Outwits the Surgeon. A complication of female troubles, with catarrh of the stomach and bow els, had reduced Mrs. Thos. S. Austin, of Leavenworth, Ind., to such a deplor able condition, that her doctor advis ed an operation; but her husband fearing fatal results, postponed this to try Electric Bitters; and to the amazement of all who knew her, this medicine completely cured her. Guar anteed cure for torpid liver, kidn disease, biliousness, jaundice, chills and fever, general debility, nervous ness and blood poisoning. Best ton ic made. Price 50c at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store. Try it Everybody's friend Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Cures toothache, ear ache, sore throat. Heals cuts, bruis es, scalds. Stops any pain. Ladies who take pride In clear. white clothes should use Russ Bleach ing Blue. Sold by grocers New Ctfre for Epilepsy. J. B. Waterman, of Watertown, O., Rural free delivery, writes: "My daughter, afflicted for years with epi lepsy, was cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills. She has not had an at tack for over tw years." Best body cleansers aad life giving tonic pills on earth. 25c at A. G. Luken & Co.'s MARKETS CINCINNATIMARKETS CATTLE AND HOGS SLOW SAT URDAY HOGS CLOSED HIGH ER. Publishers' Press Cincinnati, , June 17. Saturday's quotations were as follows: CATTLE. HEAVY STEERS Choice Fair to good Oxen BUTCHER STEERS Extra Good to choice Common to fair HEIFERS Extra Good to choice . . . . . . . Common o fair COWS Extra Good to choice Common to fair Canners Stockers and feeders .. BULLS Thin and light .. .. ... 5.00 5.25 4.25 4.90 2.00 4.25 5.00 5.25 4.25 4.90 2.75 4.00 4.75 4.85 4.00 4.65 2.50 3.85 4.00 3.25 1.25 1.25 2.00 4.25 3.90 3.15 2.50 4.25 2.25 3.25 3.25 3.75 3.60 4.00 3.00 6.25 5.25 6.25 6.50 6.75 Bologna Fat Bulls .. .. ........ CALVES Common and large .. Fair to good Extra .. Hogs. Good to choice packers and butchers 6 55 6 60 Mixed packers 6.45 6.50 Common to choice heavy fat sows 5 25 5 90 Stags 4.00 4.50 Light shippers 6.25 6.45 Pigs, 110 lbs and less .. 5.50 6.20 Sheep. Yearlings 5.00 6.25 Lambs.' Lambs .$ 6.00 8.00 . Whether a miss Is as good as a mile depends somewhat on the miss and on the mile. Great Luck For One. Three men sailed out; one rocked the boat Ah, need we to- say more? Two men swam safely to the bonk, One to the golden shore. ( Watching Small Things. "He has a great business head on him." "He doesn't look It." "But he has. He asked a friend to keep his pocketbook overnight, as he had to visit a lonely spot, and then wanted to charge him Interest for the use of the money for twelve hours." EMPTY. rinamg viuney. T? 1 BYJOVt-jThere was a young girl of Dubuque, Who married a wandering duque. He found she'd no money And murmured; "How foney! The duque In. Du buquo makes a fluque." Not Always Rude. "Well, I have exploded one supersti tion." "Yes." "I just asked the old gentleman for his daughter's hand." "Did he kick you downstairs?" "No; he acted as though I were do Ing him a favor." Thinking of Her. "He doesn't believe In reform speli Ing." "Perhaps It comes natural to him." "No. He can't spell at all, but he wants his stenographer to earn hei money." Dimities, muslins, la-wns and other white materials are shown with half Inch satin stripes, on which appear lit tle pompadour bouquets In delicate colors. Nearly all the figured cottons have email flower or bouquet designs. New York Post ANIMAL ODDITIES. The largest know species of spider is the gigantic mygale of Central Ameri ea, which has a leg spread of from thlr tei ta "diiccu, inches. A Coincidence. Mrs. Janson said to Mrs. Lammls lu perfect confidence. "Do you know mine Is the prettiest baby in the world?" "WelL really, now, what a coinci dence!" said Mrs. Lammls. "So is miner Cause and Effect. Toor Jones is suffering from melnn cholla." ' f "Why, I thought he was the editor cf a comic paper. . . "Heto." Chicago MARKETS WHEAT MARKET WAS STEADY OWING TO DROUGHT CONDI TIONS IN KANSAS AND NEBRAS KA. Publishers Press Chicago, June 16. No relief from" drought conditions in Kansas and Nebraska was shown on the weather may, and in consequence the local wheat market was strong. There was an active demand by - commission houses, but offerings were light and came principally from longs. Fresh damage reports were received and tended to inspire 'additional buying. Wheat. July S3to S32 Sept 834 to 83 Corn. July.. 53to54 54 Sept 53to 54 Oats. July.. :. Al 424 Sept 37to38 39 Pork. July 17 02 17 10 Sept.. 16 75 16 82 Lard. July.. .. 8 92 8 92 Sept 9 05 9 10 Ribs. July.. .. 9 50 9 52 Sept 9 35 9 40 Stock Market. Hogs, 13,000; held over, 3,309; pros pects steady; light 635660; mixed, 640 6624; heavy 630665; rough 6300645; cattle 300 steady. Wisconsin and Michigan Summer Re sorts. A beautiful illustrated booklet, de scribing more than a hundred summer resorts along the Chicago & North Western Railway, where the greatest hunting and fishing grounds in the world are found. More than 1,600 lakes and hundreds of trout streams are contained in the area covered by five excellent detail maps, showing every trail and wagon road in this famous region. Complete list of ho tels and boarding houses also includ ed. Sent on receipt of ten cents to cover postage. W. B. Kniskern, Pass'r Traffic Mgr., 215 Jackson Blvd., Chicago. ' 14-5t PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOUR Chicago, Union Pacific & Noth-West- em Line. Twelve exclusively first class per sonally conducted parties will leave Chicago, under the auspices of the Tourist Department of the Chicago, Union Pacific & North-Western Line, July 7th, July 18th, and August 4th, for Colorado, Utah, Yellowstone National Park, Portland, Puget Sound points, The Yosemite, San Francisco and Southern California. All expenses of the journey are in cluded in the initial cost. All ar rangements for hotel accommoda tions, train schedules, etc., are pro vided for in advance. Write for itin eraries and full particulars to S. H. Hutchison. Manager Tourist Depart ment, 212 Clark St., Chicago, 111. (may 20-tf) Palladium Want Ads Pay. I 9 V -wL I f HOW FORMES ARE MADE.' Compiled hj a rettrjl It Will Tell Yo How rich n sn make their money. How poor me l can realize big profits on sma 1 savings. The wonderftfi dividends and earning capacity of some of our large corporations. How, by'thel investment of $J0 a monthJyou may secure a life income 1 1 If you want detection against poverty, a gujtrantee of inde pendence in dp age and a life income of frof i $50 to $100 a month, write ri "Sree IB if You will it in interesting story about the m&lxnarkablc opportu nity ever offered. The book will be cent you free, by return mail, postage prepaid. Cut oat and maiT coupon at once. GEORGE C PORTER, 763 Broad Street, Newark, N.J. -bear Sir: Kindly aend me, free of all coat, and postage prepaid, your book entitled "How Fortunes Are Made." qjD) Nam Street Town or City. x State NEW YORK MARKETS CROPS NOW AT CRITICAL STAGE AND PRICES DEPEND ON PRO GRESS OF AGRICULTURE. Publishers Press! New York, June 17. "Betwixt and between" are words which best de scribe the stock market just now. Sev eral of the important crops are in a critical stage of development, and for the next few weeks the course of prices will be chiefly dependent upon the progress of agriculture. The win ter wheat crop is practically assured, and the last Government report indi cates a total wheat crop of 713 million bushels, which is 20 millions larger than the previous harvest. It would create no surprise, however, if there was more or less deterioration of the crop during the next six weeks, so that a bumper crop is out of the question. The largest yield on record was 748 million bushels, in 1901. This year we are promised a moderate wheat crop at profitable prices, so the farm ers thus far have nothing of which to complain in this respect. The corn crop is backward and planting does not yet seem to be complete. There is, however, an abundance of time to make up for these deficiencies. The corn crop is the mst important crop in the country, and especially for the West; hence, in that region, much will depend upon its progress. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET Open Amal Copper.. . . .. ..104 Am C & F pfd 38. Am Locomotive.. .. ..70 Am Smelt & Rfg.. .. ..1534 Am Sugar Rfg.. .. .. ..133 Atchison . 89 & Close 104 38 69 150 132 88 250 102 113 80 159 56 177 51 42 177 145 Anaconda . . . . . . . . . . 260 Atchison pfd 1024 Baltimore & Ohio.. .. ..114 Brooklyn R T .. .. . 81 Canadian Pac 159 Chesapeake & Ohio .. .. 514 C M & St P ..17834 Colo Fuel & Iron . . . . . . 53 Erie V .. 43 III Central .. .. ..148 Louis & Nash .. ..- . .146 Met St R R .. ...... Mexican Central .. .. .. 22 Missouri Pac .. .. .. .. 95 Mo Kan & Tex National Lead . 74 New York Central .. -..139 Norfolk & Western .. .. 87 22 94 72 137 87 Pac Mail Pnensylvania ..139 132 PeoDle's Gas Reading ..133 Republic Steel .. .. .. 29 Republic Steel pfd Rock Island 24 Rock Island pfd .. .. .. 63 Southern Pac 65 Southern Ry 37 Southern Ry pfd 99 Tenn Coal & Iron Texas & Pac 32 Union Pac ...147 U S Steel 38 U S Steel pfd 104 Wabash 20 Wabash pfd.. .. .. .. 47 Western Union 123 29 24 62 64 "36 99 31 146 38 104 19 46 Indianapolis Excursion. Sunday excursion to Indianapolis via Pennsylvania Lines. $1.25 round trip from Richmond. Train leaves 8:20 a. m. Central time June 30. may 29-31 jun20. Sn, England banker. pat once for my ook. 777- (3ib (dip OUR. 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BICHKOSD, IHD Phon145Tf ;!,, i j 5d) WILSOll 8c DOVELL "Tie Avnie Jorse-SJiocrs' 1 AfcD"aAK.GTAitA.ITEED. t 168'R.JOyMVAfe.trhone489 aorses csujea ivr sua ueunrvu. We dpn't out too price! boGauso wo IS don't substitute or i luhorato goods. Z Qinjey & Babylon Druggists 413 N. StbJ iPhonm 143 X 1 . II qfc 1 f LOANS I ft l ire fcef M I ba M - an a H S W 1 oil 1 airs prompt! Rutb)i- TJr Jest xowest 1 . s 1 M95 to M 53 H ..GEO.jr.1. GUYER.. Westerfp&sfathern Life Ins. Co. Rooms 334, Colonial Bldg. , BOlIt PHONK 1889 Ws earnestly solicit roar patronage JL 14 ! HARRY WOOD t X I WIRING CHANDELIERS and Hcm3ne 1543. EelfieJW2 I First class work bjj"""fim das bar t bers, under strictly sanitary condi- ) 1 JEFF MEYERC, PROP. , ,1 -ARLINGTON HOTEL; ;j IBartrcr Ghoo ! m 7 T 1 - n 1 f T . ing drug store. - .