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'The Richmond Palladium, Thursday, August 23, 1806.
rage Six. C. 1 & L. POPULAR Provisions Live Stock, Grain and Stock Markets RICHMOND MARKETS Canning factories in this vicinity have run preliminary packs of tomo toes. The packs, however, have not been full and will not be that until next week possibly not for two weeks. The early setting of toma toes brought to the factories are of more than the average quality and size and will, packers say, make most desirable goods, both as canned toma toes and as catsup. The September pack is most impor tant of all, for the reason that it is the largest. Blossoms that will either fail to nlature or will form tomatoes for the September pack are now on vines and within ten days the extent of the September crop can be fore cast with a fair degree of accuracy. Taken as a whole, the crop packers say promises to go far. beyond early expectations. This is no on account of length of the season, Vor the ten day curailment in planting is hav ing Its effect. Quality and yield of in dividual vines, however, have rarely been better, and if this condition con tinues there will be a fair .yield of to matoes packed by local factories. THE LOCAL MARKETS. (The prices quoted below are those paid by J. M. Eggemeyer, Main & Fourth streets, for produce, veget ables and fruits. This gives the - farmers and gardeners the accurate quotations for their products; also gives the merchants of the smaller towns the wholesale prices paid in Richmond on all fruits, etc., bought from Commission men.) Produce. Eggs 14c doz. Butter, (country table) .. .. 20c lb. Butter, (creamery) 25c lb. Butter, (packing stock) 12c lb. Chickens, (Spring) 14c lb. Chickens, (Hens) . . ..8c lb. Chickens, (Roosters) 6c ib. Vegetables. Okra 10c lb. Oyster Plant 25c doz. Lettuce, (head).. 7c lb. Lettune, (Curly) 10c lb. Carrotts 50c bu. String Beans 40c bu. Onions, (White) $1.25, bu. Onions, (Yellow.. .. .. .. $1.00 bu. Onions, (Spanish) $1.50 crate Onions, (Young) .. ,.25cdoz. Green Corn 7c doz. Cabbage.. ..".. 75c bbl. Tomatoes 30c bu. Cauliflower ( fancy) 75c doz. Egg Plants 75c doz. Radishes 25c doz. bunches Cucumbers (long green) .. ..15c doz. Beets.. .. .. .. ., "..50c bu. Turnips, (washed) ' ..50c bu. Sweet Potatoes.. .. .. .. $4.50 bbl. Lima Beans 12c qt. Green Peas $2.00 bu. Mangoes (sweet) .. .. .. .. 5c doz. Celery, (Michigan) 25c doz Parsley 10c lb. Shelled Beans.. 7c qt. Potatoes' 75c bu. Fruits. Peaches, (Tennessee) $2.25 crate, (6) bas. Peaches, (Indianas) $1.50 crate (6) bas Peaches, (Home-grown) $1.50 bu. Huckle Berries, (16 box crate) . .$2.25 Black Berries 7c per qt. Crab Apples .... . 40c bu. Apples, (picked cooking varieties).. 50c bu. Grapes, (Concords) 25c bas. Grapes, (Cal. Muscats) .. ..$2 crate Grapes, (Cal. Seedless) $2.00 Cherries, (Cal. Ox heart) -...$1.75 bu. Lemons, (Verdellas 300 s.) .'. ..$6.00 Water Melons, (Indiana 30 lb av.) . . 16c each Canteloupes, (Tip Top, 40 to bbl.).... $3.50 Gems, (Indianas) 60c bas. Cocoanuts 40c doz. Plums, (Cal. Kelsey) .. .. $2 crate Plums, (Damsens) $3.00 bu. Plums, .(Green Gage) $2. bu. Plums, (Goose Red) $1.25 bu Plums, (Blue Gage) . $1.50 bu. Oranges, (Valencias) 126 s $5. bx. Bananas; (Jumbo's) .. ..$1.50 to $1.75 Pears, (Sugar or Sickle) .. .. 50c bu". Tears, (Bartletts) .. .. .. ..$1.50 bu. Grape Fruit (60 size) $5 box. line Apples, (Fancy 24s.) .. .. $3.25, WHEAT AND CORN. (Paid by Richmond Roller Mills. ) .New Wheat 6Sc Corn per bu 50c Oats per bu 2Sc Rye 50c WAGON lVIARKET. (Paid by H. J. Ridae A Son.) Old Corn 55c " Old Timothy Hay. Paled $14 Loose $12 to $13 Mixed baled $11 to $12 New Timothy Hay. New hay baled $10 to $11 Miscellaneous. Old oats CS to 40c New straw baled $4.50 to $5.00 RICHMOND LIVESTOCK. (Paid by Richmond Abbatiir.) Cattle. Choice butcher teers $4.00??; 4.23 Bulls , $2.00 3.00 Cows, common to good ..$2.00 3.00 Calves 5.00(36.00 Hogs. Hogs, top heavy 5.00 5.25 Hogs, 300 Ibg common and rough . . 5.25 5.50 J log 3 200 tndv?50 lbs average .Lamb. 5.25 o.', Sunday Excursion to Cincinnati. Via PennsylvhuiaX Lines, $1.25 round trip from RiclHnid. Special train leaves 7:00 A. M.Nl.ug. 26- 21:23-25 THE PALLADIUM MARKET REPORTS ARE THE LATEST AND ARE ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE. NO. NEWSPAPERS IN INDIANA, THOSE OF INDIANAPOLIS NOT EXCEPTED, GIVE MORE COMPLETE MARKET REPORTS THAN THE PALLADIUM. ' INDIANAPOLIS MARKETS Publishers' Press Indianapolis. Aug. 22. Receipts, 10,000 hogs, 1,650 cattle and 1,200 sheep against 5,199 hogs, 1,635 cattle and 650 sheep a week ago and 4,865 hogs, 1,003 cattle and S9S sheep a year ago. Receipts of hogs were liberal, and although there was fair demand from both local and outside sources, condi tions favored the bidding side. Ship pers did not have much opposition at the start, bat buyers were operating freely at a decline of 5c to 10c, with most of the sales 10c lower. About he middle of the day the situation was weaker, but finally all kinds were selling strong at opening prices. There was more discrimination against grass hogs, and in some cases they sold 10c lower than corn fed hogs. Sales ranged from $6.35 to TG.Z2yz and the bulk of the supply sold nt $6.40Q6.45. Cattle Off Five to Ten Cents. Receipts of cattle were fair and all kinds were represented. There- was a small proportion of choice steers. There was lack of compeition, how ever, in cattle and most dealers re ported the market weaker, with occa sional sales 10c lower. Steers below top kinds did not show quotable change and there was also a steady market for stockers and feeders. There was a fair demand for bulls at steady prices. Calves were also steady. Large Receipts of Sheep. Receipts of sheep and lambs were much larger than they have been re cently, but there was a good demand from all sources and with fair compe tition for fat stock of all that clas3 sold promptly at steady prices. There was less competition for the undesir able grades, which sold slowly and oc casinally were 25c lower. Good to choice lambs sold from $6.507.00 and culls to medium grades at $3.00 6.25. Yearling sheep sold at $5.00 g6od to choice old sheep at $4.25 4.50 and culls to medium grades at $2.504.00. STEERS Good to ruoi steer. "13000 lbs and upward $ 5 50 6.50 Coramoi to medium eteem. ,20Q lbs. and upward 4.65 5.50 Good to choice teer3 1,150 to 1,250 lbs 4 90 5 65 Common to raedhim ( steers, 1,150 tc lbs 4 15 4 90 Coed to choice steers. 900 to 1.100 lbs 4 25 5 00 Common to men turn steers, 900 to 1,100 lbs 3 75 4 35 Choice feeding steers, 900 to 1,000 lbs 3 75 4 00 Good feedina wtetrs, 800 to 1,000 lbs 3 25 3 50 Medium fstdl? eteers 700 to 900 lbs . . 2 7o 3 25 Common U bst ntcck- ers 2 25 3 00 Good to choice heifers. 4 35 5 25 Fair to medium heifer1.. 3 75 4 25 Common light heifers.. 2 75 3 65 to choice cows 3.65 4.25 Fair to medium cows ... 3.00 3.50 Canners and cutters .... 1.25 3.00 Good to choice cov?s and and calve3 SO COQ50 00 Common to medium cows and calves 20.00 30.00 BULLS AND CALVES Good to prime bulls. .. 3 00 3 50 Fair to medium bulls .... 2.50(Q 2.75 Common bulls 2.00 2.25 Common to best veal calves 4.50 7.25 Fair to good heavy 3 00 6 00 Kogs. Best heava. 21G lbs and upward 6.40(56.45 Medium and mixed. 190 lbs- and upwara 6.35 6.45 Good to choce lights 160 to ISO lbs 6.4 5 6.52 Common to good lights 130 to 150 lbs 6.40 6.50 Best pigs 5 50 5 75 Light pigs 4 50 5 25 Roughs. 5 25 5 60 Bulk of sales 6.40 6.50 Sheep. Spring lambs 3.50 7.00 Good to choice yearlings. .5.00 5.25 Common to medium 4.254.75 Good to choice .sheep ... 4.25 4.60 Culls to medium 2 50 4 00 Stockers and feeders .. 2 00 3 00 Bucks, per 100 lbs 2 50 3 50 Time changes ideas and conditions. There's a lot of things which the up-to-date young woman of today does which are good for body and health. She takes Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOUR Chicago, Union Pacific & Noth-West-ern Line. Twelve exclusively first clas3 per sonally conducted parties will leave Chicago, under the auspices of the Tourist Departmeat of the Chicago, Unlcn Pacific & North-Western Line, July 7th, July IStb, and August 4th, for Colorado, Utah. Yellowstone National Park. Portland. Puget Sound points. The Yosemlte, 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 SL, Chicago, I1L ' (may 20-ttl CINCINNATI MARKETS Publishers" Pressl Cincinnati. August 22. The quota tions yesterday were as follows: CATTLE. HEAVY STEERS Choice $ 5.25 5.75 Fair to good 4.40 5.15 Oxen 1.75 4.25 TUJTCHER STEERS Extra 5.15 5.25 Good to choice 4.40 5.10 Common to fair 2.40 4.15 irEIFERS Extra 4.35 4.50 Good to choice 3.50 4.15 Common to fair 2.00 3.40 COWS Good to choice 2.55 3.15 Common to fair 1.00 2.40 Canners 1.00 2.15 Stockers and feeders .. 1.75 4.25 BULLS Thin and light 1.75 2.40 Bologna 2.501 3.60 Fat Bulls 3.00 3.35 CALVES Common and large . . . . 3.00 5.50 Common and large 2.50 5.50 Extra 6.50 7.00 Hcgs. Good to choice packers and butchers 6.30 6.35 Mixed packers 6.15 6.30 Comnvin to choice heavy fat sows 4.25 5.25 Stags 3.25 4.00 Light shippers 6.15 6.35 Pigs, 110 lbs and less.. 5.00 6.10 Sheep. Common to fair 2.75 4.15 Lambs. Good to choice 7.00 8.15 Sunday Excursion to Columgus. Via Pennsylvania Lines, $1.75 round trip from Richmond, August 26. Special train leaves 6:00 A. m. 21-23-25. CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office cf the Board. Richmond, Ind. To Whom it May Concern: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the Ciy of Richmond, Indiana, that on theJloth day of August, 1906, they aum-oved an assessment roll showing Jbe pri ma facie assessments for tbm follow ing described public improvement, as authorized by the Improvement Reso lution named: Improvement Resolution JNumber 51. Providing for the improvement of the first alley south oMain street running east and west by the con struction of a cement foadway there in from South 18th stjret east to the first alley between OTth and 19th streets running nortmand south. Improvement Resol on Number 33. Providing for th Linden Avenue, by improvement of ading, graveling the west line of and bouldering fro lots 27 and 28 A. Griffith's Addi- tion, to west Fifth street Improvement Resolution Number 40. Providing for tR? improvement of South "A" stree graveling the by grading, and adway, and con t sidewalks and gutters on both struction of cem cemelt curbs ai sides 1 thereof, fim South 21st. to 23rd Areet. Improvement "Res uttion Number 42. Provjling for tJ improvement of the first alley e; street tunning n the corktruction t of south 18th th and south, by cement roadway "A" street North th of Main street therein Irom Sout to the fikt alley s running nst ana Improverrnt Res est. ution Number 54. Providin for e improvement of the alley bwee south 9th and 10th streets runnmhorth and south, by the roadway and construction of three brick center gutters therein from South "E" street to South "F" street. Persons interested in or affected by said described public improve ment are hereby notified that the Board of Public Works of said city has fixed Wednesday, Aug. 29th, 1S06, as a date upon which remonstrances will be received, or heard, against the amount assessed against each piece of property described in said roll, and will determine the question as to whether such lots or tracts of land have been or will be benefitted in the amounts named on said roll, or in. a greater or less sum than that named on said roll. Said assessment roll showing said prima facie assessments, with the names of owners and descriptions of property subject to be assessed, is on file and may be seen at the office of the Board of Public Works of said city. : JOS. S. ZELLER. JOHN F. DAVENPORT. WILLIAM H. ROSA. Board of Public Works, dly 17-1S-29-21-22-23. LUCKIEST MAN IN ARKANSAS. 'Tm theIuckiest man In Arkan sas," writes II. L. Stanley, of Bruno, "since th restoration of my wife's health after live years of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs; and I owe my good fortune to the world's greatest medicine. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion, which I know from experience will cure consumption if "taken in time. My wife improved with first botle and twelve bottles completed the cure." Cures the worst coughs and colds or money refunded. At A. G. Luken & Co.,s, druggists. 50 and $1.00. Trial bottle frek CHICAGO MARKETS Publishers Pressl Chicago, Aug. 22. The Chicago Board of Trade quotations today fol low: (By O. G. Murray's Special Wire.) Wheat. Sept 72 71 May 79 to 79- '.'SVs Ccrn. Sept. ' 4S 4S May 45 to 45 OatS. Sept. .. 30 29 Vs May - 33 33 Pork. Jan $13.52 $13.47 Lard. Sept 8.62 8.62 Jan 7.87 7.85 Ribe. Sept S.D7 8.97 Jan 7.25 7.22 MARKET SUMMARY. CHICAGO .t.i'.-: Common to prl-ne steers. $3 75 CC 75: cows, $2 8o4 .o; heift-rs, $2 60f(5 35; bulls. $2 004 60; stockers and feeders. $2 60 4 25. Sheep ar.d Iambs Sheep, Si 2505 75; lambs. $6 008 CO; yearling's, $5 006 40. Calves $3 007 50. Hoes Choice to prime heavy, J6 25Q6 40; medium to good heavy, J6 1CG 30; butcher weights, $6 -.5 6 05; good to choice heavy mixed, $6 15 36 35; packing, $5 606 25; pigs, $5 60rS 6 50. Wheat No. 2 red, 71?; 72?4e. Com No. 2, 49',i49Vie. EAST BUFFALO Cattle: Good to choice, export, ?5 155 S5; shipping steers, $4 755 00; butchers' cattle, $4 404 90; heifers, J3 25Ctf5 00; fat cows, $3 154 00; bulls. $2 654 00; milkers and springers, $25 00 50 00". Jsheep and Lambs Good to choice yearlings, $G 0006 25; wethers, $5 50ft6 00; mixed, v5 255 50; ewes, $4 755 25; spring lambs. $6 C08 50. Calves Eest, $S 'i0 825. Hogs Heavies, $8 S56 95; Yorkers and pigs. $7 00; roughs, $5 25g:5 60; stags, $4 005 00. CLEVELAND Cattle: Choice steer?, $5 255 50; heifers. $2 C0(a3 60; fat cows, $3 253 50; bulls, $3 25(ff3 50; milkers and springers, $10 0045 00. Sheep and Lambs Good to choice spring lambs, 17 507 75; yearlings, $5 006 00; weth ers, $5 005 25; mixed. $4 004 12; culls, $2 003 75. Calves $8 00 down. Hogs Mixed, $6 80; piss, $6 75; stags, $3 75 4 25; roughs, $5 00 5 60. PITTSBURG Cattle: Choice, $5 70y! 6 00; prime, $5 305 60; tidy butchers". $4 605 00; heifers, $3 004 50; cows, bulls and stags, $2 004 00; fresh cows, $25 0045 00. Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers, $5 C55 SO; good mixed. $5 40 5 60; spring lamos, $5 008 u. Calves Veal, $5 OOOJ'8 00. Hos Heavy ho-js, $3 706 75; mediums. $6 957 00; York ers and pigs. S7 007 05. BOSTON Wool: Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX and above, 3435c; X, 3132c; No. 1, 4041c; No. 2, 3839c; fine un washed, 2627c; unwashei" delaine, 27V3 tucky and Indiana combing -blood, fi'2Sc: washed delaine. ?J636'c; Ken 3S25c; Vj-blood, 3334c. CINCINNATI Wheat: No. 2 red, 71 72c. Corn No. 2 mixed, 5051c. Oatj No. 2 mixed. 31li!32c. Rye No. 2, 601B fie. Lard IS 40. Bulk, meats $9 12',. pacor! jio .). Hogs $5 40 S6 60. Cattlo $2 00(55 25. Sheep $2 754 75. Lambs $4 40S 10. TOLEDO Wheat, 72c; corn, 52c; oats, 31VaC; .ye, 56c; cloverseed, $7 10. The doctors used to bleed mankind, For every ill that they, could find, But now they're "wiser, said one to me, And give instead Rocky Mountain Tea. A. G. Luken & Co. PERT PARAGRAPHS. It is never too late to break a bad resolution and quit resoluting. There are men who desire to see a good man elected, and there are others who would just like to see a good man get elected. Working for a living and earning a living are not necessarily synonymous propositions. Tan on the face isn't nearly so un lovely as tan on the disposition. Some jxople save money because they don't know what elsa to do with it. Bath brown is a popular shade at the beaches and is universally wore, A person who can do a-week's woik in two hours Is more expeditious than desirabie. People who feel that they must draw the Vue are usually "the first to step over it. We know lots of people who say that tbey are good listeners, but they never seeui to work at It. Feel languid, weak, run-down? Headache? Stomach "off"? Just a plain case of lazy liver. Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stom ach, promotes digestion, purifies the blood. Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts or burns without a scar. Cures piles, ec zema, salt rheum, any itchng. Doan's Ointment. Your druggist sells it. "I suffered habitually from constipa tion. Doan's Regulets relieved and strengthened the bowels, so that they have been regular ever since." A. E. Davis, grocer, Sulphur Springs, Tex. A HEALING GOSPEL. The Rev. J. C. Warren, pastor of Sharon Baptist church, Belair, Gr., says of Electric Bitters: "It's a God send to mankind. It cured me of lame back, stiff joints, and complete phys ical collapse. I was so weak it took me half an hour to walk a mile. Two bottles of Electric Bitters have made me so strong I have just walked three miles in 50 minutes and feel like walking three more. It's made a new man of me." Greatest remedy for weakness and all Stomach, Liver and Kidney complaints. Sold under guar antee at A. G. Luken. - Co.'s drug store. Price 50 Indianapolis Chicago Cincinnati, New York and Richmond. NEW YORK MARKETS Publishers PressJ New York, Aug. 22. Opening pric es in the stock market showed great irregularity and there was a renewal of yesterday's ; late selling in certain stocks. After the first five minutes, however, the market began to rise vigorously under the influence of a heavy demand for the Hill stocks, Pennsylvania and Amalgamated Cop per. Materially higher prices were es tablished before the inevitable real izing sales undermined the advances and caused sharp reactions. At the hight of the buying Great Northern preferred had been up 0z to 327-2. Anaconda 5, Colorado Fuel 2, St. Paul 2 and the Pacifies, Reading, Louisville and Nashville and Sugar 1 to 1 . Business shrank decidedly when prices began to sag, the reac tion reaching 4 in Great Northern preferred, 4 in Anaconda, 3 in North ern Pacific and a point or thereabout in most of th eother stocks of any prominence. The market became dull, but was rallying. Higher rates for call and time loans caused a spirited selling movement Reading made precipitate drop to 140 and some other stocks that had been 1 to 2 points . above yesterday's clos ing fell as much below. Practically all the forenoon advances were can celed. An interval of dullness set in afterward and the list picked up slowly. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. Open- Close. (By O. G. Murray's Special Wire.) Amal. Copper lOSi 107?s Am. C. & F. Pfd 40H 40 Am. Locomotive 714 70 Am. Smelt & Rfg 160 138 Am. Sugar Rfg 140 140U Atchison 101 101 Anaconda .. .. 36S 269 Atchison pfd 100 101 Baltimore & Ohio 118? 117 Brooklyn R. T 78 77 Canadian Pacific leo1 16S Chesapeake & Ohio 62 61 C, M. & St. P 191 190 Colo. Fuel & Iron 59 oiy2 Erie 45 45,& 111. Central .. 175' 175 Louis. & Nash 150 150 , Missouri Pacific 97 96 Mo. Kan. & Tex 36 35 National Lead SO 79 N. Y. Central 143) 142 Norfolk & Western .... 92 y2 91 Pacific Mail 3S 39 Pennsylvania 142 141 Reading 141 138 Republic Steel 30 30 Republic Steel pfd .. ..101 101 Rock Island .. .. 27 27V2 Rock Island pfd 66 65 Southern Pacific .. 90 89 Southern Ry 3S 38 Southern Ry pfd 107 107 Tenn Coal & Iron 162 161 Texas & Pacific 34 34 Union Pacific 1S2 181 U. S. Steel 44 45 U. S. Steel pfd 106& 107 Wabash 20 20 Wabash pfd 46 46 Western Union 91 91 Sales up to noon 735,100. STRAIN TOO GREAT. Hundreds of Richmond Readers Find Daily Toil a Burden. The hustle and worry of business men, The hard work and stooping of working men, The woman's household cares, Are too great a strain on the kid neys. Backache, headache, sideache, Kidney troubles, urinary troubles follow. A Richmond citizen tells j'ou how to cure them all. D. Cassel, 711 South Eighth street, employed at the Richmond Casket Co's. factory, corner of Ninth and South A streets, says: "For several years I was bothered with my kid neys and the trouble no doubt was aggravated by the frequent heavy lifting and carrying I do at by work. There was a heavy, severe aching, bearing down pain through 'my loins, which was a constant worry to me. Persistent, dizzv headaches also both ered me, and though I used a great many different remedies at different times I did not receive any apparent benefit. I saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised and got a box at A. G. Luken &. Co's. drug store and used them. They certainly did me a great deal of good." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name, Doan's and take no other. Jenny. Treatment for pimples and blackheads calls for absolute cleanli ness. Pimples shows that the body is absorbing poisonous substances and needs Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea or Tablets 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. FRIGHTFULLY BURNED. Charles W. Moore, a machinist of Ford City, Pa., had his hand fright fully burned in an electrical furnace. He applied Bucklin's Arnica Salve with the usual result: "a quick and ( perfect cure." Greatest healer on earth for Burns, Wounds, Sores, Ec- 'zema and Piles. 25c at A. G. Luken & Co.'s, druggists. 'alladium Want Ads Pay. i THE CHICAGO, ClfilNNATI & : louisville Jr. r; (THE ISEWIWAY) Effective May 3?th, 1906. EAST BOI T.eive Richmond " Cot meet J rove. Arrive Cincinnati 9 05 4 lO T 55 9 4) 4 40 8 i n so e-io 10 is 8 4t 4 SO 6 SB) 10 10 5 SU 8 10 10 45 6 59 8 Arrtres from th K4t-j Leave Glnclnnatl. " CoWDgeGroTo... Arrive Richmond .J. WEST Ba;sr, Leave Hlcbmond .. Muncie ArrlTe Muriu Peru " Griffith " Chlcoao Arrive from lb Wei Leave Cblcago Leave Peru .Arrive Richmond... Dally. ttaUyex only. a Euua to ptMunday. a Sunday irimih oally except Mundar. The W.45am. train, from Richmond makes direct connection UrifiUh with Urand Trunk ferChleago, IrrlvlQg Chicago 7 p. m. All east-bound tr la naake dlrecteoaneo. tlons at-Ooitace lvo with C, II'. T. for Oxford. Hauiil tun. erty.Uonnervllland Kttsbvllle. For further Information regardl rnd tram coiiaeetioa, tu Home Ptcne 44. Pass, and Ticket AaL Only 20 Minut N k required to m SET YOUR TIRE at the Schneide Carriage Factory No. 47 North 8th St. St RICHMOND 33 N. EIGHT RICHMOND, Phone ;1457. Y I ..GEO. M. CUYE fll3lVI II VL JVUUIU LIIVJHOlVUf Rooms 33-34&Co!oni7 Bldg. II we earnestly solicit swpttron HARRY WO Z WIRING CHANDELIERS afJ ... iDiai 'ViiBi'f im-T.l -i' : t ARLINGTON HO arbcr ITbyTt elf, ictly saKJtafj 3tronare to A First class work v cjtjss oar bers, tinder strictly condi-f Tttons. Your patronag olicited t JEFF MEYERS, PROP. AL H. HUNT 7 North Nith Lan sen or trade lyovy any j n 1 thing in real estate, him. Pennsylvania LINES EXCURSIONS TO S NIAGARA FALES, Aug. 22. NEW YORK fc Aug. 28, 2 Eryan Reception. BALTIMORE Sept.fS, 9 Jubilee Wek CITY OF MEXICO 4 Aug. 14 to 31 (jbological Congress LOS ANGELES.fBAN FRANCISCO Sept 2 to 13 Na'l Baptist Cof ven tion. if' I TORONTO, ONT J Sept. 13 t 16 I. O44O. F. Chattanooga, Venn. J Sept. 15, 17, 18 RgimentatfReun- ion. Oct. 15, 16, j Soc'yJArmy of Cumberland . COLORADO SPRINfGS Sept. 18, 19, 20 Pilie's PeaJc Cen tennial. HOMESEEKERS EjCCURfjONS In August, September, October. a If Interested, aJk Jf C. W. ELMER, Ticket Agt. FICHSOSD, IXD. Cheapest accident insurance Dr. Thomas Eclectric Oil. Stops the pain and heals the wound. AjJ druggists sell it- 10 4S 5j 8 ec 11 6r ,8;iq lo io 12 hi 11 13 1 4S tQfjl3W A 6 00 ,. .....I ...... 7t. j 8 S3 on Ism 2 0 05 4 00( " if ratet r WM. WAKINd Plumber and Gasf Fitter t Bicycles aittSuncyles I Phone 1482. 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