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The Richmond Palladium, Saturday, July 21, 190?.
LATEST MAKBET NEWS
Th Palladium's Markat Raports ara tha latast and ara absolutely rellabia. No nawa
papers In Indiana, those of Indianapolis not excepted, give a more
complete market report than the Palladium.
iUY :
Provisions ,
I LCVo Stock, Grain
and
Qtock Markets
Indianapolis
Cincinnati
Chicago, New York
and Richmond
Lahrman's
INSURANCE
TtlAT INSURES
OF f
NEW YORK MARKETS
W. H. Bradbury A Son J
4. Westcott Blap t
CHMOND
MMKETC
1ANAP0US
MARKETS
CINCINNATI
MARKETS
CHICAGO
MARKETS
There h bn little change In
prices at groceries during the last
week. week. Corn, cauliflower, cab
DaRC. onions and a few other common
iregetables are somewhat lower than
it any previous time this summer,
5wlng to larger (supplies. Some ber
riesraspberries, dewberries, goose
berries and currants are practically
out of tho market, while pears are be
ginning to come In.
Green corn is 15c to 20c dozen. To
matoes are 10c and 15c a pound: cel
ery, rc a stalk. Potatoes are selling
at $1.00 a bushel. Young onions are
30c a dozen bunches, radishes 20c a
dozen bunches: green beans. 10c a
quarter peck, peas, 50c a peck. Cauli
flower is 15c to 25c a head, green
peppers 20c a dozen, cabbage 5c to 8c
a head: beets, three bunches for 10c
cucumbers, 5c each; egg plant, 15c
cch; spinach, 25c a peck.
COUNTRY produce;
t (Paid by tho Bee Hlva Grocery.)
Butter.
Country 12 H to 15c
fcgga.
Country, per dozen 1
Poultry. Per Lb.
Chickens dressed .. ...... ... ... 15c
Chickens (fries) 20c
PROVISION RETAIL PRICE8.
(Furnlthed by Bee Hive Grocery.)
Fruits.
Dates, per lb, 10c
Lemons, doz 30c
'Apples, per pk. .... .. .. .. 75c
'Cal. Oranges, doz. .. . 30c to 50c
jFIga, per lb 20c
(Bananas, doz 15c to 20c
Raspberries, per qt (black) .., ..12c
Raspberries, per qt. (red) .. -.. 15c
Vegetables.
Radish ei, per mnch "5C
Caboage 5 to 10c head
: Young onions, per bunch 2 for 5c
Lettuce, per lb., .. i. .. JJc
Spinach, per lo 100
Cucumbers, each .. .. i., 5c
Tomatoes, per qt. .. . . .. lc
Green Beaas, per pk. i. 25c
Potatoes.
Jersey Sweets, 'per pk 50c
New Irish Potatoes, per pk .. ... 40c
Flour.
Pancake, per pkg . 1
Buckwheat, per pkg .lo
WHEAT AND CORN.
(Paid by Richmond Roller Mills. )
New Wheat 70c
Corn per bu 50c
Oats per bu 5c
WAGON MARKET. ,
(Paid by H. J. Ridge & 8on.)
Corn 5c
Timothy Hay.
Baled 19-50 to $10.00
Loose $9 00 to $9.50
Mixed baled $9.00
Clover Hay. -
Baled $8.00
Loose.. $7.00
Miscellaneous.
Oats . . 32c to 35c
Straw Baled . .. . ... 4.50 to 5.00
RICHMOND LIVESTOCK.
(Paid by Richmond Abbatolr.y
Cattle.
Choice butcher Steers (..$4.00 4.50
Bulls..,.. .. -.. $3.00 3.25
Cows, common' to good .. $3.00 '3.50
Calves ... .. . $5.00 6.50
Hog.
Hogs., top heavy $6.25
Hogs, 300 lbs common and rough ..
.-..v.. '.. .. .. $5.75 6.00
Hogs200,and 250 lbs average
. .. ... .. .. . $6.00 6.10
La-abs.
Lambs . .. . .. $6.00 6.50
For eruptionsJsores, pimples, kid
ney and liver
ubles, constipation,
Indigestion, us
Ilollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea.
Carries new life to
every part of
lets, 35 cents,
ken & Co.
h body. Tea or tab-
ZFor sale by A. G. Lu-
NEVER MOKE
NEVER LESS
Your choicdof anything
in the housflfor one uni
form low Rficc, twelve
months in xijo year.
Our prices nevttr change like
the thermometers do by the
waves up and dttwn from $J0
to $15 and $15 t&$10.
Our values ofrA-ed arc by
far greyer tOan your
moneMl for.
Better come in and look us
through and save the difference
Who nohiT 1 VI I. J no LLis W
914 Main Street.
Publishers' PressJ
Indianapolis, July 20. Receipts, 6,
000 hops, 1,300 cattle and 650 sheep
against 7,889 hogs, 1,759 cattle and
963 sheep a week ago and 7,839 hogs,
922 cattle and 355 sheep a year ago.
Receipts of hogs were about the
smallest of the week and with an ur
gent shipping demand, especially for
choice light grades, the market open
ed with sales 5ft 10c higher than yes
terday. Receipts of cattle were also smaller
than heretofore this week, and there
was no Increase in the proportion of
good to choice kinds. There was an
active demand from all sources for the
best selections, and from all sources
for the best selections, and from the
start they found a prompt sale at
staedy to strong prices. - . . .
STEERS ,
Good to choice steer.
1,30 lbs and upward.. $ 5 33 6 00
Common to medium
Eteers, 1,300 lbs. and
upward .. . . 4 85(5 5 35
Good to choice steers
1,150 to 1,250 lbs .. .. 4.85 5.35
Common to medium
steers, 1,150 to IXC
lbs 4 50 4 90
Good to choice steers,
900 to 1,100 lbs 4 35 4 85
Common to medium
steers, 900 to 1,100 lbs 3 75 4 50
Choice feeding zteere,
900 to 1.100 lbs 4 00 4 25
Good feeding steers, 00
to 1000 lbs 3 50 4 00
Medium feeding eteers
700 to 900 lbs 3 25 3 85
Commoa to best Mtock-
ers 2 00 2 50
HEIFERS
Good to choice heifers. 4 35 5 00
Fair to medium heifers.. 3 75 4 25
Common light heifers.. 2 75 3 65
COWS
Good to choice cows 3 75 4 35
Fair to medium cows .. 3 25& 3 85
Canners and cuttors ... 2 00 3 50
Good to choice cows and
and calvea SO 00 50 00
Common to medium
cows and calve 20 0035 00
BULLS AND CALVES
3ood to prime bulla ..... 3 75 4 00
fair to medium bulla . 3 25 3 50
Common bulls 2 75 3 00
Common to best veal
calves 4 50 7 25
Fair to good heavy
calves 2 50 5 50
Kogs.
Best heaven. 210 lbs
and upward 6 83 6 95
Medium and mixed. 190
lbs and upward 6 80 6 90
Good to choce lights
160 to 180 lbs 6 906 97
Common to good lights
130 to 150 lbs ........ 1 6 80 6 90
Best pigs '.. .. 6.25 6.50
Light pigs .. .. .. .. 5.00 6.00
Roughs 6 00 6 30
Bulk of sales 6 85 6 90
Sheep.
Spring Lambs $ 4.00 7.00
Good to choice yeallngs ..5.50 6.00
Common to medium... 4 75 5 25
Good to choice sheep ... 4.25 4.50
Culls to medium 2 50 4 00
Stockers and feeders .. 2 00 3 00
Bucks, per 100 lbs...... 2 50 3 50
A DANGEROUS .MISTAKE.
Richmond Mothers Should Not Neg
lect Kidney Weakness In
Children.
Most children have weak kidneys.
The earlles warning is bed-wetting.
Later comes backache, headache.
languor.
Tis a mistake to neglect these
troubles.
To blame the child for its own dis
tress.
Seek to cure the kidneys
Save the child from deadly kidney
ills.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid
neys.
Richmond parents recommend
them.
Charles Fry, of 17 South Fifth
street, horseman of fire company No
2, says: "A child of mine was troub
led for the greater part of his life
with a weakness of his kidneys and
nothing we used helped in the least
Wo say Doan's Kidney Pills advertis
ed for such weaknesses, and procured
a box at A. G. Luken's drug store.
Giving them to him according to di
rections, it was only a short time be
fore he began to improve. We con
tinued their use until cured. We cer
tainly recommend them as a splendid
remedy In all such cases."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Fost?r-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States. Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Yellowstone Park.
s splendidlv arranged all expense
tour to Yellowstone Park and return
loaves Chicago August 4th under the
auspices of the tourist department of
tho Chicago, Union Pacific & North
Western Line. All expenses of the
journey included in the initial cost.
All arrangements for the hotels, train
schedules, checking of baggage, etc.,
arranged in advance. Write for itiner
aries and particulars to S. A. Hutchi
son. Manager, 212 Clark street. Chi
cago " " 20-2L
jUahai.. Press?
Cincinnati, July 20. Receipts Cat
tle S50; Hogs, 2100; Sheen. 6700.
Cattle Receipts of cattle were lib
eral for he second last day of the
week, and the market was much dul
ler than usual for butcher cattle on
Friday, especially on the good fat
light heifer kind, and the average of
prices was generally weak to 10c
lower.
Hogs Receipts of hogs were but
moderate for Friday, but proved fully
ample to satisfy the indifferent wants
of local slaughterers. Due to the mod
erate offerings a steadv tone was
maintained, and all grades changed
hands at about yesterday's current
prices. "
CATTLE.
HEAVY STEERS
Choice .... $ 5.35 5.50
Fair to good 4.50 5.25
Oxen 2.00 4.25
BUTCHER STEERS
Extra 5.25 5.35
Good to choice i.fyOp 5.15
Common to fair 2.75 4.40
KEIFERS
Extra 4.75
Good to choice 4.25 4.65
Common to fair 2.00 4.15
COWS
Good to choice 3.35 4.00
Common to fair 1.00 3.25
Canners 1 00 2 50
Stockers and feeders .. 2 00 4 50
BULLS
Thin and light 2.25
Bologna 3.10 3.45
at Bulls 3.50 3.75
CALVES
Common and large 3.00 5.75
Fair to good 5.00 C.00
Extra 6.25 6.50
Hogs.
Good to choice packers
and butcher 6.85 6.90
Mixed and packers 6.73 6.83
Common to choice heavy
fat sows 5.50 6.25
Stags 4 00 5 00
Light shippers 6.75 6.95
Pigs, 110 lbs and less .. 6.00 6.75
Sheep.
Common to fair 3 00 4 00
Lambs.
Good to choice 6.75 7.90
MARKET SUMMARY.
CHICAGO Cattle: Common to prime
steers, $4 25G 30; cova, J2 75fff4 50:
heifers, $2 75g5 25; bulls. $2 60(4 25;
stockers and feeders, $2 60 4 25. Sheep
and Lambs Sheep, $4 25 5 75; Iambs,
$5 75 8 25; yearlings, J5 2.0 6 35. Calves
$5 75 7 00. Hogs Choice to prime
heavy, $6 75 6 S3; medium to good heavy,
$6 606 70; butcher weights, JS 756 85;
good to choice heavy 'mixed, $6 556 65;
packing, $6 006 55. Wheat Xo. 2 red,
7979?ic. Cprn No. 2, 61Vi52c. Oats
No. 2, 35S'6c.
EAST BUFFALO Cattle: Good to
choice export, $5 265 80; shipping steers,
$4 755 10; butchers' cattle, $4 505 00.
heifers, $3 254 66; cows, $2 254 00;
bulls, $2 754 00; milkers and sprirgers,
$25 0050'00. Skeep and Lambs Yean
lings, $6 757 00; wethers, $6 006 25;
mixed, $5 255 75; ewes, $4 755 25;
spring lambs, $6 00 8 50. Calves Best,
$6 75 7 00. Hogs Heavies, $7 05; medi
ums, $7 057 10; Yorkers. $7 10; pigs,
$7 107 20; roughs, 6 006 25; stags,
$4 505 00.
PITTSBURG Cattle: Choice, 5 753
6 00; prime, J5 505 70; tidy butchers',
$4 895 10; heifers. 12 504 50; cows,
bulls and stags, $2 004 00; fresh cows,
125 0045 00. Sheep and Lambs Prime
wethers, S5 65 5 75; good mixed, J5 35
6 60; lambs, $5 005 75. Hogs Heavy
hogs, 7 007 05; mediums. $7 157 20;
heavy Yorkers, $7 20; light Yorkers,
7 207 25; pigs. 7 107 20.
CLEVELAND Cattle: Choice fat dry
fed steers. $5 105 35; heifers, $4 35
4 85; fat cows, S3 353 60; bulls, $3 60ig
8 85; milkers and springers, $15 00ST45 00.
Bheep and Lambs Yearlings, $6 25 6 75;
spring lambs, $7 507 75; wethers, $5 JS
5 60; mixed sheep, $5 005 25; ewes,
$4 25 4 50. Calves $7 00 down. Hogs
Mixed weights. $7 00; pigs. $6 907 00;
tags, $4 50 5 00; roughs, $5 756 00.
CINCINNATI Wheat: No. 2 red, 76
77He. Corn No. 3, 5555c. Oats No.
5 mixed, 3940c. Rye No. 2, 62c.
Lard $8 70. Bulk meats $9 75. Bacon
$10 75. Hogs $5 956 90. Cattle $2 00
5 25. Sheep $3 004 50. Lambs $4 00
8 00.
NEW YORK Cattle: Steers, $5 109
6 00; bulls, $3 004 75; cows, $1 504 00.
Sheep and Lambs Sheep, $3 505 fO;
Iambs, $6 008 25. Calves Veal, $5 00
8 25. Hogs $7 2507 40.
TOLEDO Wheat. 77ie; corn, 54c;
oats, SSttc; rye. 59c; cloverseed, $7 10,
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOUR
Chicago, Union Pacific & Noth-We st
ern 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 tho 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, I1L
(may 20-tf)
A Modern Miracle.
"Truly miraculous seemed the re
covery of Mrs. Mollie Holt of this
place," writes J. O. R. Hooper, Wood
ford, Tenn., "she was so wasted by
coughing up puss from her lungs.
Doctors declared her end so near that
her family had watched by her bed
side forty eight hours;-when, at my
urgent request Dr. King's New Dis
covery was given her, with the aston
ishing result that improvement be
gan, and continued until she finally
completely recovered, and is a healthy
woman today." Guaranteed cure for
coughs and colds. 50c and $1.00 at
A. G. Luken & CO;, druggists. Trial
bottle fro- ' '
Publishers' Press
Chicago, July 20. The wheat and
torn market had an uncertain tone
today, closing a trifle lower. Trading
waS brisk.
Wheat-
Jul' 77 77
Sep TSU-Vs 77
Corn.
Jul' 5S5- 494
SePt 511-8-50 50
Oats.
JuJy 341,2
Sept 32 74
Pork.
SePt 17 C2 17 42
Lard.
July s so
Sept o 02 S 2
Ribs.
July .. ... o 35 9 30
Sept 9 37 9 30
G. A. R. Encampment, Minneapolis.
August 15th to 18th.
Special low rates. Only SS.00 round
trip from Chicago. Corresponding
rates from all other points via Chi
cago and the splendid double track,
block signal route of The North Wes
tern Line. Direct route. Splendid
train service. Excellent fast sched
ules. Special G. A. R. trains. The
best of everything. For tickets and
full information apply to your near
est ticket agent or address.
20-4t.
Half the World Wonders.
how the other half lives. Those who
use Bucklen's Arnica Salve never won
der if it will cure Cuts, Wounds,
Burns, Sores and all Skin eruptions;
they know it will. Mrs. Grant Shy,
1130 E. Reynolds St., Springfield, 111.,
says: "I regard it one of the absolute
necessities of housekeeping." Guaran
teed by A. G. Luken & Co., druggists.
25c.
Beats the Music Cure.
"To keep the body in tune," writes
Mrs. Mary Brown, 20 Lafayette Place,
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., "I take Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They are the
most reliable and pleasant laxative I
have found." Best for the Stomach.
Liver and Bowels. Guaranteed by A.
G. Luken & Co., druggists, 25c.
HO
16 and 17 Colonial
Prices Reasonable and
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Manufacturer and dealer
DAVENPORTS, TURKISH
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315 South 5th
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DR. HAMILTON
NORTH TENTH STREET
One and a quarter miiion acres to be
opened to settlement on Uie
SHOSHONE RESERVATION
Dates of registration Jly 16th to 31st.
EXCURSION RATES
Low rates from all points, less than one
fare for the round trip from Chicago, daily,
July 12th to 29th via
ffiffffifr
The only all rail route tqShoshoni, Wyo.
the reservationborder.
W. B. KNISKERN, P. T. M., Chicago; & Northwestern Ry.,
Chicago:
Please send to ray address paifiphlets, maps and infor
mation concerning the opening of oe Shoshone or Wind
River reservation to settlement. 3
(Cut out this Coupon)
Publisher' Press!
New York. July 20. Stocks, espec
ially the leaders, showed a highei
tendency today and there was in
creased activity in buying all alont
the line. Copper. R & O., Illinois Con
tral. Southern Pacific and Pennsylva
nia made ?ains in price.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Ooen. Clos
Amal Copper ....... 97 97
Am C & F pfd 34 35
Am Locomotive 69si 70
Am Smelt & Rfg 144V 145
Am Sugar Rfg 1294 131
Atchison S7 SS
Anaconda
Atchison pfd . . . . ,
Baltimore & Ohio
Broklyn R T .. ..
Canadian Pac . .
Chesapeake & Ohio
236
246
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1171;
74i;
159-1
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..15S4
. . 5 3 ii
..176
.. 4SU
.. 39
. . 1 7 Vis
..110
56
C M & St P
177
49
41
17S
140
Colo Fuel & Iron
Erie
Ill Central .. ..
Louis & Nash . .
Met St R R
Mexican Central 19
201
91i
Missouri Pac.
Mo Kan & Tex ..
National Lead . .
New York Central
Norfolk & Western
Pac Mail
Pennsylvania ..
People's Gas
Reading
Republic Steel pfd
. yu's
. 32
' 72
. .132
,. 87
. 3414
. .12512
. . 90
..120
. 95
74V2
133 V
S7
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27!
89!
123-"
955
Republic Steel 23
Rock Island 23
Rock Island pfd 61 V3
Southern Pac 6SV2
Southern Ry 33
Southern Ry pfd
Tenn Coal & Iron 15714
Tex & Pac 31
Union Pac 143
U S Steel 3410
IT S Steel pfd 101 V2
Wabash 19
Wabash pfd 45
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26!
23
62
703;
34 V
156T
31!
146!
35
109
19!
45
91$
Sales up to noon407,S0C. .
New York Moy Market per
cent.
Sunday
Dayton.
Via Pennsy
nes, To cents
round trip
hmond, July 22
Train leav
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entist
Builtting. 'Photfe l634.
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sons purcllase, but
we are bound to get
rid of I then! Here
are tle prices :
Four Bargain
Tables
You Thke
Yoiir C ioice
All Broker lots of
Men's $4 a id $3.50
low and hijih shoes
Nok$
B.50
All .broken lots of
Strofig & Garfield's
$5.00 and $ ).00 low
andfhigh sloes
How 1.50
All jjbrokenj lots of
ladifes'tan lojv shoes
forrfierly $3J00 and
$2:5p,
Ndw $1.59
All pbroken lots of
ladijps' hanc turn
andjwelts, bhek low
shoes, formerly $3
and $2,50,
WoW $1.98
Broken lots of chil
dren's, boys' and
misses' shoes go at
same cut irt price.
Fred C. Lahrman
718 MAIN ST.
5
5 THE PETEIf JOHNSON CO. 5
FOR GASOLINE STOVES
0
ANu GAS GOODS, g
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Plummet & Harris i
9 Sou ft Sixth St.
I
CARRIAGE and
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BLACKSMITH I NG
WOOD WORK
RUBBuR TIRING
AL. H.ff HUNT
7 Nortfj Nlfth
v-an sen cJadl you any
thing: in real estate.' Sec him.
WM.tVAKlQG
Plumber jjid OCs fitter f
and SiIdries
Phone 1462. 4CfJ Main St.
M A I ITT I CrADM Bfl
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WELU TplLlED.
I have It. LouYloii Advantages
M ana price iikqu Mn.fpiy to
J. E. MOORI
hrN.7thSt
Uchmrd,Ind
PRICEa PRICE
LOANS ttEAL ESTATE
URANCE.
Notary Put
Home PhoneJl046,
Rooms 31 and 32 Colonial Bldg.
jCL
I CUWFOwA. KESSLER X
General Job ' ork & Repairing.
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HOT WEATMB SPECIALTIES
Bakad Ha V tookJTdon).
Potato ChlHf resI ).
Plenty Strawbarrf i and Cnaam
Phona 229. HyDLEY BROS.
WILSON CTDOWELL
"The AvenBeAorse-Shoers' t
4NTEED.
t 168 Ft WajSHfyfe
hone 489 I
Horses cuieaior
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Bell 412-W PjfONEB IIomel"i
RichmonJ Auto Station
Automobey Motorcycles and
BicyclesVSupplies-Storage
1024 MAIN HTRET.
C. R. Carter, Proprietor.
;. R. Carter, Prif
Why wait for your friend's
friend to come and look at
your house week after next!
You can sell it with a ToLel
ad in The Palladium.
I MorniMryiT co. 1
I 33 N. llliTH ST I j
W BICHkrv MD, ISO.' P (
Phone 1451 J j

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