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The Richmond Palladium, Thursday, Sept. 6, 1906.
nm Dimes
Provisions
Live Stock, Grain
and
Stock Markets
Indianapolis
Chicago
Cincinnati, New York
and Richmond.
CURGIONS TO
INrilAN-APOl
CHATTANOOGA. TENS'.
Sept. 18,17. IS Regimental Reunion.
Oct. lvS M, 17 Society Army of Cum
berland. COLORADO SPRINGS
Sept. is, 19, 20 Pike's Peak Centen
Kept, k to 14 SI
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 TH E? PALLADIUM.
BALTIMORK
Sept. 8. 9 Jubf
CITY OF MEX1
Aug. 14 to ;i Geological Congress
TUKON10.0NT.
fcept. 14 to 1 1. O. O. F.
nial.
SAN FRANCISCO Sept. 5 to 13 Natl Baptist Convention LOS ANGELES
Northwest SUNDAY OUTING Southwest
H'CSt ' lndp's$l25. Special train Waves 8:35a.m.. Sept, 9 SOOtil
If interested ask C. W. Elmer. Ticket Agent, Richmond, Ind.
RICHMOND MARKETS
INDIANAPOLIS MARKETS
CINCINNATI MARKETS
CHICAGO MARKETS
NEW YORK MARKETS
I I IT ?I
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Grapes continue In strong demand.
Concords and Niagaras, as yet, are
the only home-grown grapes offered
and there has been no change from
previous price. California white
grapes do not find many takers. .
Potatoes, cabbage and other vegeta
bles, as well as pears and plums, were
sold in average quantities, prices re
maining steady.
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 gsrdeners 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 lb.
Vegetables.
Okra.. 10c lb.
Oyster Plant .. 25c doz.
Lettuce, (head).. .. .. .. 7c lb.
Lettuce, (Curly) .. f 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) -.. ..25c doz.
Green Corn.. 7c doz.
Cabbage 75c bbl.
Tomatoes.."..' .. .1 .'. .. ..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.
Pears, (Bartletts) $1.50 bu.
Grape Fruit (60 size) .. .. ..$5 box.
Pine Apples, (Fancy 24s.) .. .. $3.25
WHEAT AND CORN,
(Paid by Richmond Roller Mills. )
New Wheat 6Sc
Corn, per bushel 46c
Oats per bu 28c
Rye . 50c
WAGON MARKET.
(Paid by H. J. Ridge & Son.)
6ld Corn 55c
Old Timothy Hay.
Baled $14
Loose $12 to $13
Mixed baled $11 to $12
New Timothy Hry.
New hay baled $10 to $11
Miscellaneous.
Old oats 38 to 40c
New straw baled ......$4.50 to $5.00
CIOVER SEED.
(Paid by Wm.Hill & Co.)
Clover Seed. Little Red or Big En
' glish, per bushel $6.00 to$7.00
RICHMOND LIVESTOCK.
(Paid by Richmond Abbatslr.)
Cattle.
Choice butcher steers ....$4.00 4.25
Bulls $2.00 3.00
Cows, common to good ..$2)0 3.00
Calves 5.00 6.00
Hogs.
Hogs, top heavy 5.00 5.25
Hogs. 300 lbs common, and rough ..
......... 5.25 5.50
Hogs 200 and 250 lbs average
Lambs.
5.25 5.75
Doctors Are Puzzled.
The remarnable recovery of Ken
neth Mclver, of Vanceboro, Me, is
the subject of much interest to the
medical fraternity and a wide circle
of friends. He says of his case: 'Ow
ng to severe Inflammation of the
throat and congestion of the lungs,
three doctors gave me up to die.
when, as a last resort, I was induced
to try Dr. King's New Discovery and
I am happy to say, it saved my life."
Cures the worst coughs and cold3,
bronchitis, tonsilitis, weak lungs,
hoarseness and La Grippe. Guar
anteed at A. G. Luken As Co.'s drug
store. 50c and $1.00. Trial bot
tle free.
Uubllsher3 Prassj
TnrHananolis. Sfint. 5. Receipts
8,500 hogs, 2,100 cattle and 550 sheep
against 9,218 hogs, 1,428 cattle ana
602 sheep a week ago and 7,133 hogs
1.552 cattle and 235 sheeD a year ago
Receipts of hogs were fairly liberal
and a gain fully equal to the demand
from all sources.
There was a dull market for all
kinds of cattle except , strictly top
cows .heifers and steers and prices
were again lower, with most sales
making a decline of from log 25c, as
compared with the high market last
Friday. The supply of common to
medium offerings was larger, than
needed and the market closed . witn
cpvpra 1 of that description unsold
There was little change in the market
for stockers and feeding cattle or lor
bulls. The calf market opened hrm
but closed dull and lower.
There was only a fair run of sheep
and lambs, but the demand was not
as urgent as yesterday and the market
vas lower. The difference, however,
was principally on account of few
er sales around top prices.
Receipts of horses for the closing
auction sale were comparatively lib
eral, there being around 250 head, or
more than twice s many as last
week- The different grades were
well represented and quality and con
dition were fully equal to the average
at this seasonof the year.
STEERS
Good to choice steers
1,300 lbs and upward $ 6 00 6 70
Coramoa to medium
ttteerg, 1.300 lbs. and
upward 4.65 5.50
Good to cfcolc steers
1,150 to 1.250 lbs 4 98 5 65
Common to medium
steers, 1,150 to L22C
lbs 4 15 4 90
Good to choice steers,
900 to 1,100 lb3 ...4 25 5 00
Common - to medium
steers, 900 to 1,100 lbs 3 75 4 35
Choice feeding steers,
900 to 1,000 lbs .... .. 3 75 4 00
Good feeding rteer. 800 .
to 1,000 lbs 3 25 3 50
Medium feeding steers
700 to 900 lbs 2 75 3 25
Common to Cwst utock-
ers .. .. 2 25 3 00
HEIFERS
Good to choice heifers 4 25 5 00
Fair to .medium, heifers 3 75 4 15
Common light heifers.. 2 75 3 65
to choice cows .. 3 50 4 25
Fair to medium cows .. 3 00 3 40
CanneVs and cutters".. 1 25 2 85
Good to choice cows and
ad calves SO 0050 00
Common , to medium
cows and calves 20.0n30.00
BULLS AND CALVES
Good to prime bulls. .. 3 00 3 50
Fair to medium bulls
2 50
Common bulls 2.00 2.25
Common to best veal
calves .. .. V .4 50 7 50
Fair and good heavy . . ..3.00 6.50
rfogs.
Best heavioa. 310 lbs
and upward 6 10 6 20
Medium and mixed. 190
lbs and upward 6.25 6.35
Good to choce lights
160 to ISO lbs .. .... 6 20 6 25
Common to good lights
130 to 150 lbs 6 10 6 20
Best pigs ., 5 75 6 15
Light pigs'-. 5.00 5.50
Roughs . . ; . 5 75 5 65
Bulk of sales .. ...... 6 10 6 25
Sheep.
Spring Iambs.; 4.00 7.00
Good to choice yearlings.. 5.00 5.50
Common to medium 4.25 4.75
Good to choice , sheep.... 4.25 4.75
Culls to medium ;t 2 50 4 00
Stockers and feeders. ... .2.50 3.50
Bucks, per 100 lbs 2 50 3 50
Are your bones aching, nerves
tired, nights restless, kidney and liver
trouble, energy low? These are signs
of low vitality. Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea will make you well.
Tea or Tablets, 35 cents.
A. G. LUKEN & CO
Accidents will happen, but the best
regulated families keep Dr. Thomas's
Electric Oil for such emergencies. It
subdues the pain and heals the hurts.
OystOT B?ds m. Is Pompfil.
Thre was a calamity of the Vesuvius
eruption which was uot chronicled, at
least by cable. That is the extinction
of the Neapolitan oyster. The bay of
Naples produced an oyster esteems!
by epicures as th(; choicest in all Italy.
For the present at least. the Neapoli
tan oyster is an extinct ppecies. Ac
cording to Professor Doru, director of
the aquarium of Naples, the ashes from
the volcano falling In the bay havc
covered the bottom to such an depth
that every oyster in the beds wm
smothered and the beds themselvw
hopelessly buried.
A rtn Head Artist. '
Twenty-six letters of the alphabe;
and nine numerals uoatly engraved oi
an ordinary pin bead. This apparently
Impossible feat of Infinitesimal etching
aas been accomplished by Eugene
tYrenger, 2ir3 Cj Ilejre avenue, Chica
go, an expert steel and copper plate
-engraver. Every letter and flprure can
be seen plainly tlirr-ush the microscope
or without a glass if one has ptckhJ
eyes. It has been pVced on exhibition
In a public museum In FhilRdelpiia.
"Suffered day and night the torment
of itching piles. Nothing helped me
until I used Doan's Ointment, v It
cured me permanently." Hon. Jobi
R. Garrett, Mayor, Girard, Ala.
Hutlishers PressI
Cincinnati Sept. 5. Receipts
Cattle, 437; hogs, 2,161; sheep, 1,302.
Cattle There was relatively good
life in the cattle market today, and
while the receipts were again fairly
liberal, there was barely the . usual
proportion of good fat steer cattle
represented, therefore a steady to
strong totne was maintained in that
line, and the other varieties of butch
er cattle moved along at about steady
prices as they have been the rest of
the week.
Bulls Fair demand and market
steady under light receipts. s
Calves Receipts fair; good, light
veals steady; other grades weak and
slow.
Hogs There was again a light run
of hogs on the market, today for Wed
nesday. The supply, however, proved
ample, and on account of declining
speculative values of provisions yes
terday prices continued to drop.
CATTLE.
HEAVY STEERS
Choice - $ 5.35
Fair to good .. 4.50
Oxen 1.75
BUTCHER STEERS
Extra 5.25
Good to choice .. .... .. 4.50
Common to fair ... 2.50
fiEIFERS-"
Extra.. .. .. .. ..4.35
Good to choice .. .. .. 3.75
Common to fair ..... -. . 2.00
to choice .. : 2.75
5.65
5.25
4.10
5.15
4.25
4.50
4.25
3.65
3.50
Common to fair ... 1.00
2.65
225
Canners 1.00
Stockers and feeders i. 1.75
BULLS
4.25
2.75
3.10
Thin and light .. .... .. 2.00
Bologna 2.75
Fat Bulls .. 3.00
3.49
6.00
CALVES
Common and large : 3.00
Extra i. 7.00.
Hogs.
Good to choice packers
and butchers ...... .. 5.20
5.30
6.20
Mixed -packers . . 6.10
Common to choice heavy
fat sows ,. .. ....... 4.25
5.15
4.00
6.35
6.10
4.15
8.00
Stags 3.00
Light shippers 6.15
Pigs, 110 lbs and less .. 5.25
Sheep.
Common to fair 2.75
Lambs.
Good to choice .. .. .... 7.25
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,
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. AH 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, HL
.(may 20-tn
Miss Kate Byerley, of Kansas City,
returned to her home last Monday
after an extended visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Jas. H. Martin, on South. 12th
street.
inrrf Trifles.
"Folks all well this morning. Tom
my?' asked a friend of the family.
. "Yes'm," replied Tommy.
"I am glad to hear It. The last time
I heard from them your papa was suf
fering from rheumatic gout and your
mamma had neuralgia."
"Oh, yes, they've still got 'em. I
thought you meant was any of us
sick."
The Gentleman.
It is possible for every man to as
sume an elegant manner, but the true
gentleman Is nature's own nobleman,
who never forgets to be polite to ev
ery one, and it Is as easy to discern
the assumed from the Innate good
breeding as it is to distinguish, paste
from diamonds. Dickens.
Always Willing to Oblige.
"Can you lend me an umbrella?"
"Sure thing. Come round the first
sunshiny day."
Honest About It
"Trying to catch fish?"
"Not at alL Just trying tc tae u
my bait." .
Too Well Acquainted.
Yoa never eat canned goods?
"No. J work In u canning factory."
It's the only medicine Snown that
penetrates into every organ of the
body and stays there. It's the best
tonic in the world Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. Tea or Tablets 35
cents.
A. G. LUKEN & CO. r.
LOST Saturday on the 6:30 Interur
ban to Cedar Springs Hotel, a white
mother of pearl fan, valued as a
gift. Finder return to Palladium
office and receive a reward of $10.
4-tf.
Harsh physics react, weaken the
bowels, cause chronic constipation.
Doan's Regulets operate easily, tone
the stomach, cure constipation. 25c. H
Ask your druggist for them.
Ifubllshers" Press?
Chicago, September 5. The wheat
market, was easier on general selling
by pit traders and commission
houses.
The corn market was. easier on
selling which was based on large lo
cal receipts and good, weather in the
corn belt. ,
The oats market was easier, chief
ly because of the easy condition of
the wheat and corn markets.
(By O. G. Murray's Special Wire.)
Wheat.
Sept. .. .. 70 to 70
May .. .. :. 77 to 77Vs
Corn.
Sept. .. 47 47
May .... ; 44 to V 43
O.ts.
Sept. .- s . i. ......... .30 30
May ..- ..... 335 33
Pork.
Sept. $16.92 $16.92
Jan. ... :. 13.45 13.47
Lard.
Sept. .. .-. 8.57 8.67
Jan. 7.90 7.95
Ribs.
Sept .... .- 8.67 8.75
Jan .- 7.27 7.30
The children are staying at grandpa's
Mamma has gone down to the sea;
Papa is at home working.
Keeping well with Rocky Mountain
Tea.
A. G. LUKEN & CO. r,
MARKET SUMMARY.
CHICAUu t.aitj : Common to prime
steers, Z 76 SO; cows, $2 70 75;
heifers, J2 606 ,35; bulls. $2 254 60;
stockers and feeders, 52 60 4 35. Sheep
and Lambs Sheep. $4 255 75; lambs,
$6 007 90; yearlings, $5 406 SO. Calves
13 007 53. Hogs Choice to pr'me
heavy, $6 106 20; medium to good
heavy. $a 9Q($6 00; butcher weights, $$ -0
6 35; good to choice heavy mixed, $6 00
6 15; packln. v 50 5 So: pigs, $5 50(g)
6 40. Wheat No. 2 red, 71g;73c. Oats
No. 2. 30Va30ic. uorn No. 2, 48(3i49c.
EAST BUFFALO Crttle: Good to
choice export steers, $5 25 6 25; shipping
steers, $4 75g5 25; butchers' steers, $4 75
5 00; heifers, $5 25 (g1 5 CO; fat cows,
$2 254 00; n-.UJrert) and springers, $80 00
50 00. Sheep and Lambs Good to
choice yearlings, $6 006 50; wethers,
$5 75 6 CO mixed. $5 50 5 65; ewes,
$5 005 50; spring lambs, $5 008 50.
Calves Eeat, $7 75W8 00. Hos Heav
ies, $6 55: mediums, $6 556 60; Yorkers,
$6 6006 70i pisrs, $8 606 63; roughs,
$5 00(5 SO. "
CLEVELAND Cattle: Prime dry-fed
cattle. J5 33 5 60; choice fat steers. $4 75
5 25; 1 eifers, $4 64 50; fat cows,
S3 253 60; bulls. $2 753 00 milkers and
springers, $15 b42 00.- Sheep and
Lambs JTprin? Israbs $C 503 00; year
lings. $5 E06 25; wethers, $5 005 60;
mixed, $4 25&5 25; ewes, $4 25 down.
Calves JS 00 down. Hog3 Medium
fieavy, $6 40; Yorkers, $6 506 ..; pigs,
$6 40; mixed, $5 45; stags, $3 75 4 25;
roughs, J3 005 50.
PITTSBURG Cattle: Choice, J5 76
6 00; prime, $5 E05 70; tidy butchers',
$4 005 00; heifers, J3 004 40; fat cows,
bulls and stag's, $2 0004 00; fresh cows,
$25 0050 CO. Sheep and Lambs Prime
wethers, $5 655 80; good mixed, $5 40
5 60; lambs. $5 C08 00. Hogs Heavy
hogs, $6 506 55; mediums, $6 756 80;
Yorkers and pigs. $6 806 85. -
CINCINNATI Wheat: No. 2 red, 72
73Ha- Corn No. 3 mixed, 5050c.
Oats No. 2 mixed. 3132c. Rye No.
2. 6162c. Lard $S 40. Bulk meats
$9 12. Bacon $10 25. Hogs $5 006 30.
Cattle $2 005 25. Sheep $2 754 75.
Lambs $4 25 8 10.
BOSTON Wool: Ohio and Pennsylva
nia XX and above, 34c; X, 3132c; No.
I. 4041c-; No. 2, 3839c; fine unwashed.
I526c; delainsi washed, 3637c; de
laine unwashed. 2829c; Kentucky and
Indiana combing -blood, 3335c
TOLEDO Wheat, 72c; corn, 51c;
oats, 32c; rve. 56c; cloverseed. $7 45.
3Xaerrr llnslc.
Of Magyar art music seems to have
gained the widest admiration, and It Is
certain that musical executants of the
first order, and in the case of Liszt of
unique grandeur, have justified part
of the expectations with which nmsical
Europe has long looked upon Hungary.
Magyar music can be likened to noth
ing more aptly than to the exclusively
Hungarian river Theiss. Capricious
and majestic, teeming with life and
silting up for miles, surrounded by
charming florituxe of -water lilies and
alder trees and suddenly again by poi
sonous marshes and swamps, such Is
the Theiss, such is Hungarian music
stirring, bewildering, unspeakably sad
dening, inexpressibly exhilarating. It
is the music of rhapsodic souls, of In
toxication, of the battlefield, of wild
war dances after the victory. But, Iikt
the great river, It cannot be regulated.
Nineteenth Century.
Sanllgrht For All the Leave.
The telegraph plant of India has s
method all its own for catching th
sunshine. Each of its leaves is com
posed of thrf?e leaflets. The larger ter
mlnal one erects itself during the da
and turns sharply down at night, whil-
the other two smaller leaflets mov
constantly day and night, describln
complete circles with a peculiar jerk
ing motion like the second hand of
watch. Occasionally they rest for a
period and then go on again, thus
bringing every part of every leaf to
the full action of the sunlight.
Her Stmtnn.
The Captain That's a handsome wo
man! Is she unmanned me ueue
Oh. yes! (Ceptatn Indulges In pleasing
reflections.) Fbe's been unmarried sev-
ral riEVr-' Trorn M'V .. .
A Scientific Wonder.
The cures that staftd to its credit
make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a scien
tific wonder. It cured E. R. Mul
ford, lecturer for the Patrons of Hus
bandry, Waynesboro, Pa., of a dis
tressing case of Piles. It heals the
worst burns, sores, boils, ulcers, cuts,
wounds, chilblains, and salt rheum.
Only 25e at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug
store. - - - -
I Publishers Press j
New York, Sept 5. U
ranees in Americans in
not prevent a thoroughly
in the active speculative dalings in
stocks at the opening Sere. The
Ilarriman Pacifies, St. P1, Pennsyl
vania and other recent speculative fa
vorites showed small fractional gains
but there was a long lst of declines
as well.
Under the stimulus! of a good de
mand for Reading anjL Atchison, the
market shook off it uncertain move
ment and began to ffse. Stocks that
had been depressedfVecovered and the
list in' general soltf a good 1 fraction
above 'yesterday s JSlosihg
Canadian Pacific's decline ran to
2. St. Paul 2, Northwestern, New
York Central. "Colorado Fuel and
North American 14 to 14 and Penn
sylvania and United States Steel pre
ferred 1. Selling pressure then re
laxed and there was some recovery
Smelting rallied 2 and Union Trans
it a point. The market became dull
and uncertain at the rally. Bonds
were easy.
Good Rally Set In.
A good rally set in after 12 o'clock
in rumors of gold engagements
Smelting, which had been notably
weak earlier, was lifted to 154, a
gain of 2. Atchison rebounded to
108 and " St Louis Southwestern
preferred also improved a point. Oth
er stocks reached yesterday's closing
figures or above.
A Lively Tussle.
with that old enemy of the race, con
stipation, often ends in appendicitis
To avoid all serious trouDie witn fatom
ach. Liver and Bowels, take Dr
sKins's New Life Pills. They per
w - -
fectly regulate these organs, without
ipain or discomfort. 2oz at A. G. Lu
ken & Co.'s druggists.
A healthy man is a king in his own
rieht: an unhealthy man is an unhap
py slave. Burdock Blood Bitters
builds up sound health keeps you
well. ,
Tie It Down.
Hold your tem
per; safely
fold it
Where no pry
ing: thief can
rob.
If you find you
cannot hold It
Hire a man to
do the Job.
Gregarious.
There's room at the top, you know.'
fhank you. I prefer company."
Certainly.
What is woman's greatest trial?
That's dead easy. Man."
Torture by Savages.
"Speaking of the torture to which
some of the savage tribes in the Phil
ippines subject their captives, re
minds me of the intense suffering I
endured for three months from In
flammation of the Kidneys," says W.
M. Sherman, of Cushing, Me.' "Noth
ing helped me until I tried Electric
Bitters, thxeeJtHittles of which cured
me." Cures Liver complaint, dys
pepsoia, Blood disorders and Malaria;
and restores the weak and nervous to
robust health. Guaranteed by A. G.
Luken & Co., druggists. Price 50c.
CITY ADVERTISEMENT.
Department of Public Works.
Office of the Board.
Richmond, Ind.
To Whom it May Concern:
Notice is hereby given by the
Board of Public Works of the City of
Richmond, Indiana, that on the 23th
day of August, 1 1906, they approved
an assessment toll showing the pri
ma facie assessments for the follow
ing described pullic improvement, as
authorized by the! Improvement Reso
lution named:
Improvement Resolution, No. 58.
Providing for thetcpnstruction of ce
ment sidewalks oulthe north side of
Main street, from ?lorth 12th street to
21st streeL
Improvement Resolution No. 60.
Providing for the! improvement of
the alley between Lincoli and Ran
dolph streets, by gfaiing, graveling
and bouldering the iroadway therein
from West 4th strelt to West Sth
street..
Persons Interestedj In or affected
by said described public Improve
ment are hereby jotified that the
Boan of Public Wfcrks of said city
has Ixed Wednesday, SepL 12th, 1906,
as a date upon which remonstrances
will I be received, fr heard, against
the amount assesled againct each
pieceof property described in said
roll, aid will determine the question
as to Vhether suh lots or tracts of
land ha been r will be benefitted
in the alrnljr 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.
Sept 1-2-3-4-S-6-7-
nifoira ad- j
LoaRon did I
mted tone I
FLBST DISTRICT.
South of f ain. West of 7th.
1-2 1st and I. C, Piano Factory.
1-3 2nd an4. B.
1-4 4th and. D. '
1-5 5th andliS. B;
1-6 5th andp. II.
1-S 7th andfe. CV
1-9 7th andi?. J.
SECOND DISTBICY - -South
of Mai between 7th. aad-llth.
2-1 Sth andMain.
2-3-Sth andjs. E.
2-4 7th anofS. G-i
2-5 9th anofS. A.' ' - ' -2-6
10th a-43 S. C.--1 :.-v.V..:.,v
2-7 11th arid Main.
2-S 11th a S. J.
THTMd DISTRICT! ' 1
South or Main, Eaat of lltS
3-1 12th ai S. B. "
3-2 12th a id S. E.
3 14th a i Main. .
3-6 14th a
S. C. 1 "
8. Am. I
Maia' 4
S- A.
3-6 ISth a
3-7 20th aft
3-8 15th at
FOUR
DISTRICT.
North of Ma;
I West of 10th tajfteq
4-1 3d an
ain. Robinson hony
4-2 3d and
C. .
4-3 City B
4-4 Sth an N. G.
4-C No. 1 Ho e HousejJSri.Stf
4-7 Champion Mills. '
4-8 10th and ff. I.
4-9 Oth and . E. '
4-12 City Eld trie LighPlinl?
FIFTH DISTRICT.
.West Richmo
and SevastoariLi.
Chestnut.
5 W. 3rd
5-1 W. 3d an
National Aveauflu
Kinsey.
Riehmynwfc
5-2 W. 3d an
5-3 W. 3d an
5-4 W. 1st an
R. R. ;
5-5 State and
loyer.
5-6 Grant andlRidge.;
5-7 Hunt and llaple. 1 w
5-8 Grant andlSheridAitf
5-9 Bridge Avlnue, Paper;
5-12 Earlham College.
SIXTH DISTRICT.
North of D I East of lOtbJL
6-1 Railroad Slfcps.
6-2 Hutton's Ciffin Factor
6-3 Hoosier DriB Works,,
6-4 Wayne Wofts.
6-5 City Mill TVfcrks.
6-6 15th and R. K. J
6-7 1 Sth nd N.fa. - V4
0 1' l LX U I TTlllTfMl
Between Main and North 2?ol
lea.,--
7 9th and N. Al
7-1 11th and N. B.)
7-2 14th and N.fc.
7-3 No. 3 Hose Housftl
7-4 18th and N. w. .
7-5 22d and N. I
SPECIAL RIGN.
2- 2-2 Patrol Cfl.
3- 3-3 Fire Prefcu
1-2-1 Fire out.i
6 JJire preslureJ
Only 20 uYlinutes
reauired t
SET YOUR TIRE
Who
Schn
Carriage Factory
i
No. 47 North 8th St.
SUNDAY
IXCURSIOli
miRJ
'tut
I Dayton I Western J
Dayton and Rel
$1.00
.60
Eaton and Re
Tickets at aborafrice will be aold
every Sunday ut
further notice.
dlM
pimin
WKI. WAKCIC t
I Plomber and Gs fitter t
t Bicycles and Sonfries i
I Phono 1482. Ib&aln St.
Palladium Want Ads Pay.
THE CHICAGO, CIIIGIIItlATI
, LOUISVILLE R. R. :
(TEE NE W WAY)
Effeftlve May 20th, 1906.
KAST BOUNEW
A.. M. it ..( r.M
. 1 06 400 7 M
45 4 40 8 31
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a. it . t.M- t r.tg
8 40 4 CO 6 SO
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Arrive ClnflanaU.
Arrives Idbm tbe Eaat.
Lv Cln&nnatl. ....
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Arrive Klcfkiaonrt
WEST BOUNIX ,
JUcamond .
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11 67
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7 ta
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Rlivmand.
Daily,
only. a
Sanday.
ft Dally xoapt Sunday. Sunda
Kau lo .dtimui amity sopl
Tha 10.46 am. train from Richmond mki
direct ooojDAotlon al Griffith with Orand
Track forCaloaso. arriTlug Chicago 7 p. m.
AH eat-found trains male direct oonnao-'
Hon at Oattana Urova with C 11. D. to
Oxford. Uasnlitun. L.tbrty.Connarytliaai(i
Hax&vuie.
For fortlar Information reaardln rata
end train dpnaecueat, aakJ
C A. BLAIH.
Home Wacfr AZ. Pass, and Ticket Aali
THE DAYTON & WESTERN
RACTIOII CO.
la effect! May 5, 1908. Subject to
change without notice.
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AM
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Fm
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10.U6
11.00
FT?
11.00
11.66
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8.U0
8.43
8.68
and
8.00
8.41
8.68
Katon Ar.
W.Alex "
Dayton
(every
hour
10.00
luntll
10JU)
NEW
SPA RIO BRANCH
(THROUGH SERVICE)
Leave RichaSond for New Parla.
5:50.6:45. B:20. 9:20 10:00. 11:20.
a. m., 12:2(1 1:20. 2:20. 3:00. 4:20.
6:20. 6:20. 1:20. 8:20. 9:55 and 11:00
P. M.
Tranafere t New Waatvlllo.
Direct coriiectlona at Dayton wltl
"lima Unaltid- trains for ?roy. Pique
and Lima, l&ving Rlclunond.at 5:50.
9:00. 12:00 4 and 2; 00 p. m. .
CoNNECTIONa At Eaton with P '
C C. & 8tL for polnta north and
south. At West Alexandria vlth Cin
cinnati Kortiern It- R. ior polnta
north and eoith. At Dayton with elec
tric lines diverging for Troy. Plqufe, -Sidney,
Limf, Xehia. Springfield. Co
lumbus, Hanvlton and ClnclnnatL
I lilJlfU I
Through Ates, through, tickets to,
all points. Wor further , Information
call Home Phoa 269.
Arrangements for parties, special
cars, etc., (all phone or writs C. O.
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andria. O.j
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FalD Festival
AtlCincinnati
AUGUST
28TII TO SEP. 22D
The m
cat gigantic undertaking of
ita kind
er attempted by any city .
west of
Nw York. Among the many
features
tion of
II be an onen air produc-
The
Blue
brought tJ this country at a cost of
$60,000. XX) people in the cast. Ele
phants, Cimels, Horses, etc., in a
huge stag! pageant.
Low Rates
Via
. C. Cl L. R. R.
Selling
day and
Bates every Tuesday, Thursv
laturday, from Aug. zstn to -
Sept. 22nA
at $2.60 round trip. These
I for 5 days. Going, trains r
tickets go
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particular
a. m, and 4 p. m. For"
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