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The Richmond Palladium. Wednesday, Sept.2oyi906.
Page Six. ME NTS : Provisions Live Ctock, Grain and Stock Markets RICHMOND MARKETS "Just wny one of three kinds of grapes that are about the same qual ity should be much less popular than the other two is more than I can tell," said a dealer. Wordens sell well, so do Concords. Niagaras, how ever, have not been in good demand. Demand for California grapes Mal agas arid Tokays is heavier than at any time this season. They are of particularly fine quality. Apples 'are selling well with the market showing some weakness, ow ing to the .large .crop. Pears are firm. Bartletts in , excellent demand. Sales of cranberries are only occa sional, the real season being two weeks to a month off. yet. Lemons and oranges sell fairly well, prices be ing the same as for several days on lemons and as for many weeks on or anges. The vegetable trade is confined prin cipally to potatoes, onions and cab bage. Radishes, lettuce, turnips, beets, eggplant, celery and other sea sonable vegetables are in only aver age demand. Prices are 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 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 .. .. 18c doz. Butter, ' (country table) . . . . 20c lb. Butter, (creamery) . . 27c lb. Buttar, (packing stock) 12c lb. Chickens, (Spring) ..11c lb. Chickens, (Hens) 8c lb. Chickens, (Roosters) 6c ib. Vegetables. Okra.. .. .. ....ir..7.. .. 10c lb. Oyster Plant., tT. ,.. .'. .. 25c doz. Lettuce, (head).. ..... .. .. 7c lb. Lettuce, (Curly) . I. 10c lb. Carrotts ." 50c bo. String Beans.. 40c bu. Onions, (White) $1.25 bu. Onions, (Yellow.. $1.00 bu. Onions, (Spanish) $1.50, crate Onions, (Young) .. i 25c doz. Green Corn 6c doz. Cabbage 50c bbl. Tomatoes .' ..30c bu. Cauliflower fancy) -75c doz. Egg Plants .. .. .. .. .. ..50c doz. Radishes 25c doz. bunches Cucumbers (long green) .. ..15c doz. Beets ..50c bu. Turnips, (washed) .. .. .."..50c bu. Sweet Potatoes .. .. $2.90 bbl. Lima Beans . .9c 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, (Michigan) .... .-. ..$1.50 to $2.00 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 Grcpes, (Cal. Seedless) $2.00 cr Tries. (Cal. Ox heart) ...$1.75 bu. Lemons. (Verdellas 300 s,) ..$9vbox Water Melons, (Indiana 30 lb av.) . . - 16c each Canteloupes, (Tip Top, 40 to bbl.) .... .. .. .. .. .. ..- $1.00 bbl. Gems, (Indianas) ..60c bas. Cocbanuts .. .. .. .. .. .. 40c doz. Plums, (Cal. KeUey) .. .. $2 crate Plums, (Damsens) $2.50 bu. Plums, (Green Gage) .. .. .. $2. bu. Plums, (Goose Red) $1.25 bu Plums, (Blue Gage) $1.50 bu. Oranges, (Velencias) 126 s $5.50 box Bananas, (Jumbo's) .. ..$1.50 to $1.75 Pears, (Sugar or Sickle) .... 50c bu. Pears, (Bartletts) .. .. .. ..$1.00 bu Grape Fruit (60 size) $5 box. Pine Apples, (Fancy 24c.) .. .. $3.25 WHEAT AND CORN. (Paid by Richmond Roller Mill. ) New Wheat. . 68c Corn, per bushel 46c Oats per bu .. 2Sc Rye 50c WAGON MARKET. Paid by H. J. Rldqe & Son.) Did Corn .. 46c Old Timothy Hay. Baled .. $14 Loose $12 to $13 Mixed baled $11 to $12 New Timothy Hay. 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.) plover Seed. Little Red or Big En glish, per bushel ... ..$6.00 to$7.00 RICHMOND LIVESTOCK. (Paid by Richmond Abbatolr.) Cattle. Choice butcher steers . ...Sl.OOifd 4.25 Bulls . ...$2.00 3.00 Cows, common to good ..$2,00 3.00 Calves "..."... 5.006.00 Hogs. Hogs, top heavy 5.00g 5.25 Hogs, 300 lbs common and rough 5.25 5.50 Hogs 200 and-250 lbs average .. .... Lamb. 5.25 5.75 The Palladium gives a dollar each veek for the piece of news tip ed off" to it. 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. IHDIMIftPOLIS MARKETS Publishers Pressl Indianapolis, Sept. 25. Receipts, 7,500 hogs,, 2,300 cattle and 700 sheep against 6,377 hogs, 1,553 cattle and 380 sheep last week and 7,101 hogs, 1,543 cattle and 252 sheep a year ago. Receipts of hogs were more liberal but not larger than expected, consid ering the recent upturn in prices. There were enough to meet all re quirements, but with a good demand from outside sources and fair compe tition' from local packers, the opening market for good medium to heavy grades was, active and steady compar ed with yesterday. Light hogs, how ever, were in slow demand and sold 5c lower, with some late sales 10c lower. After buying about 2,500 hogs, Kingan & Co. withdrew from the market and subsequent sales were 5c lower than the opening. Cattle Left in Pens. There was an . unusually large run of cattle, most of them sent from other markets. The number of good to choice kinds was small and few were erood enough to command top quotations. There was a fair request for female butcher cattle at aoout steady prices, compared with yester day's decline, but subsequently the tendency was weaker and final sales were lower. There were few steers sold, and the market was reported weak to lower. There was a fair de mand for feeding cattle at barely steady prices. Bulls were about steady and calves strong. Strong Market for Lambs. There was a fair average run of sheep and lambs, but not more than necessary to accommodate the de mand, which was a little better both from local and outside sources. For lambs there was a strong market with several good enough to sell as high as $7.00. Other sales were at $6.00 6.75. Common lambs were sold as low as $4.00. STEERS " Good to choice steers 1,300 lbs and upward$ 5 506 Common to medium (steer n. 1,200 lbs. and upward 4.65 5 Good to cholc steer 1,150 to 1.250 lbs 4 90 5 Common to medium steers, 1,150 to 1.23C lbs 4 15 4 Good to choice steers, 900 to 1,100 lbs 4 25 5 Common to medium steers, 900 to 1,100 lbs 3 75 4 Choice feeding aters, 900 to 1,000 lbs 3 75 4 Good feeding tteers. 800 to 1,000 lbs 3 25 3 Medium fasdtaz eteeys 700 to 900 lbs 2 75 3 Common to bast stock-. ers .... 2 25 3 HEIFERS Good to choice heifers.. 4 233 Fair to medium heifers 3 75 4 Common light heifers.. 2 75 3 to choice cows .. 3 50 4 Fair to medium cows .. 3 00 3 Canners and cutters .. 1 25 2 Good to choice cowe and and calves SO 00 50 Common to medium cows and calves 20.00 30 BULLS AND CALVES Good to prime bulls. .. 3 00 3 Fair to medium bulls .. 2 50 3 Common bulls 2.00(9 2 Common to best veal calves.. .. .. 4.50 7, Fair and good "heavy.. ..3.00 6. Hogs. Best hear!, jio lbs and upward 6.60 6 Medium and mixed. 190 lbs and upward .... 6 60 6 Good to chocs lights 160 to 180 lbs 6 706 Common to good lights 130 to 150 lbs 6 60 6 Best pigs 6 00 6 Light pigs 5 00 5 Roughs .. .. 5 25 6 Bulk of sales ........ 6 65 6 Sheep. Spring lambs 4 00 7 50 65 90 00 35 00 50 25 00 00 15 65 25 40 85 00 00 50 75 25 75 50 SO 65 50 75 00 t 3 00 50 75 75 00 50 50 Good to choice yearlings. .5.00 5. Common to medium.... ..4.25 4. Good to choice sheep 4.25 4. Culls to medium 2 50 4 Stockers and feeders. . .-. .2.50 3. Bucks, per 100 lbs 2 50 S You little knew when first we met That some day you would be The lucky fellow I'd choose to let Pay for my Rocky Mountain Tea. A. G. Luken & Co. Isew York. Sep:. 24. Charged with defrauding the Commercial National back of Chicago of -$1,078 by means of bogus checks, Charles F. McGuire was arrested in this city. McGuire is said to be connected with the Nation al Fireproof Paint company, this city. Agitators Arrested. . Vilna, Russia, Sept. 24. Thirty eight men belonging to the revolu tionary league, wha have been work ing among the troops, have been cap tured here. Important letters reveal ing the league workings in other gar risons were seized. Willing: to Compromise. "Well, It's no use your kickin, growled the cashier of the restaurant finally. "You et the food, an arguia' about it wont help "That's so." said the disgusted pa tron. Lets forgive and forget. "Ear - "I'll forgive that miserable meal If youll Target that I had it. PhUadel phla Press. - It Is not bjurC.no matter how obsti nate he may be, to persuade a mas that he's all right- , CINCINNATI MARKETS CATTLEL HEAVY STEERS Choice $5 10 5 35 Fair .and good 4 40 5 00 Oxen 1 75 t 00 HIJTCHER STEERS Extra 5 10 5 25 Good to choice 4 35 5 00 Common to fair 2 35 4 25 rlZIFERS Extra 4 00 4 15 Good to choice 3 35 4 00 Common to fair 2 00 3 25 COWS Good to choice 2 60 3 40 Common to fair .. .'. .. 1.00 2.50 Canners 1.00 2.25 Stockers and feeders ... 1 75 4 15 BULLS Thin and light 2 00 2 60 Bologna .. .... 2 60 3 00 Fat Bulls 3 00 3 25 CALVES Common and. large .. .. 3 00 6 50 Extra 7 50 Hogs. Good to choice packers and butchers ..6 65 6 70 Mixed packers 6 55 6 65 Common to choice heavy fat sows .. .. 4 50 5 50 Stags ........ 3.25 4.25 Light shippers 6 45 6 60 Pigs, 110 lbs and less... 5 60 6 40 Sheep. Common to fair ...... 2 50 4 00 Lambs. Good to choice : . 7 00 7 40 For developing the figure. Clean liness is the first law in medicine. If you want a fine figure and good health, use Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., . are due to impure blood. Burdock Blood Bitters ' is a cleansing " blood tonic. Makes you clear-eyed, clear-brained, clear-skinned. 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, three bottles 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. WORK WEAKENS THE KID NEYS. Doan's Kidney Pills Have Done Great Service for People Who Work in Richmond. Most Ricnmond people work every day in some strained, unnatural posi tion bending constantly over a desk riding on jolting wagons or cars doing laborious housework; lifting, reaching or pulling, or trying the back in a hundred and one other ways. All these strains tend to wear, weaken and injure the kidneys until they fall behind in their work of filtering the poisons from the blood. Doan's Kid ney Pills cure sick Kidneys, put new strength in bad backs. Richmond cures prove it. Enoch Cromer, conductor on the Penna. R. R., living at 221 North 19th street, Richmond, Ind., says: "Rail roading is said to be hard on the kid neys and the continued jar and jolt of riding on trains got me into a bad condition. My Kidneys became weak and there was inflammation of the bladder. Many nights there would be three or four passages of the se cretions before I could get to sleep and this loss of rest made me weak, depressed and in no condition for work. Frequently I felt faint and dizzy sensations and a general feeling of lassitude and weakness. Mr. Hi- att of the Hiatt Drug Co., advised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills. I did so with good results. The backache was relieved and the kidney action became regular." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-JIilburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. A Lively Tussle. with that old enemy or the race, con stipation, often, ends in appendicitis. To avoid all serious trouble with Stom ach, Liver and Bowels, take Dr. King's New Life Pills. They per fectly regulate these organs, without pain or discomfort. 25 z at A. G. Lu ken & Co.'s druggists. Itching piles- provoke profanity, but profanity won't cure them. Doan's Ointment cures itching, bleeding or protruding piles after years of suf fering. At any drug store. A Scientific Wonder. The cures that stand to Its credit make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a scien tific woD-ler. 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 rhaum. Only 25c at A. G. Luken & Co.s drug store. ' See how what you have heard looks in print and get a dollar for doing it Win the news "tip" prize. CHICAGO MARKETS tPubllshers Wessj Chicago, Sept. 25. The wheat mar ket was quiet and easy. There was some selling by local longs, but offer ings were light. Receipts in the Northwest were larger and the weath er everywhere was favorable for the movement of the new crop. The corn market was steady. Trade was dull, but there was some selling by elevator interests and cash houses. The oats market was quiet and steady. Commission-houses were on both sides of the market and there was scattered selling by local longs. Trade was light. (By O. G. Murray's Special Wire.) OPEN. CLO. Wheat. Sept. .. .. .. ..734. 73 May 79 to 79 Corn. Sept. .. 46 46 May 43 434 OatS. Sept. 33 34 May .. ,. 354 35 Pork. Sept. .. . .$17.00 $16.97 Jan 13.37 13.35 Lard. - Sept. 8.95 8.95 Jan. .. 7.87 7.85 Ribs. Sept 9.15 9.22 Jan. . . . . 7.15 7.15 MARKET SUMMARY. CHICAJ.O o-.twe: Common to prima steers, $3 T56 95; "cows, $2 704 75; heifers, $2 603 35; bulls, J2 404 50; stockers and feeders, $2 SQ4 60. Sheep and Lambs Sheep, $4 505 75; lambs, $6 007 75; yearlingrs, $5 756 15. Calves $3 008 00. Hogs choice to prime heavy, $6 55 6 65; medium to good heavy, $C 356 45; butcher weights, $6 656 75; good to choice mixed, 56 406 60; pack ing, $5 756 40; pigs, $5 806 60. Wheat No. 2 red, 74l474'4c. Oas No. 2, 32?ic. EAST BUFFALO Cattle: Good to choice export, 5 25S 25; shipping- steeds, $4 755 25; butcher cattle, $4 755 00; heifers, $3 255 00; fat cows. J2 254 00; bulls, $2 25 4 00; milkers and springere. $30 0050 00. 'Sheep and Lmbs Good to choice yearlings.- J6 006 25; wethers, $5 756 00; mixed, $5 506 50; ewes, $5 00 5 50; spring lambs, $5 00S 00. Calves Best, $8 509 00. Hogs Heavies, $6 85 6 90; mediums, $6 906 95; Yorkers, $6 90 7 00; pigs. 6 75; roughs, J5 255 75; stags, $4 00 5 00. PITTSBURG Cattle: Choice. $5 65 5 90; prime, $5 405 60; tidy butchers', $4 655 00; heifers, $2 504 25; cows, bulls and stags, $2 00(83 75; fresch cows and springers, $25 00 50 00. Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers, $5 60 5 76; good mixed, $5 255 50: lambs. 4 507 PS. Hogs Heavy hogs, $6 80 S 90; mediums and heavy Yorkers, $7 00; light Yorkers, $6 856 95; pigs, $S 60 6 75. CLEVELAND Cattle: Prime dry-fed steers, $5 355 60; heifers, $2 753 0; fat cows. $3 00 3 65; bulls, $2 75 3 00; milkers and springers, $12 0043 00. Sheep and Lambs Choice lambs, $7 5; mixed sheep, t 755 25; wethers, v5 0 5 25; ewes, tj 00 down. Cafves $8 08 down. Hogs Mediums and Yorkers, $8 8." 6 90; pigs, $S 503i6 60; stags, $4 Ud5? 4 50; roughs, $5 255 60. CINCINNATI Wheat: No. 2 red, 74 75c. Corn No. 3 mixed, 4949Vic Oats No. 2 mixed, 34435c. Rye No. 2, Hi. Lard $8 40. Bulk meats $9 00. Bacon $10 25. Hogs $5506 70. Cattle $2 00 5 40. Sheep $2 504 76. Lambs $3 00 7 50. BOSTON Wool: Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX and above, 34;?34Vic; X. 3132c; No. 1, 4041c; No. 2. 3S39c; fine un washed, 25 26c; delaine washed, 3637c; detains unwashed. 2829c; Kentucky and Indiana combing -blood, 3334c. NEW YORK Wheat: No. 2 red. 78o. Corn No. 2. 57c. Oats Mixed, 37c. TOLEDO Wheat, 74c; corn, 60c; sats. 35 Vic: rre. 59 Vic: clove rseed. $8 00. JGhi Says Irish People Want Complete Measure of Home Rule. Dublin, Sept. 24. John Redmond ir an address here said that the Iris? party and people stood face to fac with a delicate and most extraordln ary situation. The members of th government, -with two or three excep tions, had said they would introduc next year a bill dealing with Irish Belf-government, but he had been in tormed that it was their intention to grant only what they called "adminis trative home rule." The Irish party, Mr. Redmond declared, had no respon sibility, direct or indirect, for the pro posal of any such makeshift. Thv Irish people stood where they had , al ways stood. They had declared tha nothing short of a complete measure of home rule, and thereby mant v parliament, freely elected with an ex ecutive responsible thereto, could eve. be accepted in settlement of the Irlsli question. Wcund Was Fatal. Cleveland, O., Sept. 24. Mrs. Henry J. Tilford of Louieville, Ky., cousin of Mrs. Tom L. Johnson, who fell in a bath room at the mayor's home and sustained a fracture of the skull las week, died at Lakeside hospital with out regaining consciousness. Stensland's Arrival. New York. Sept. 24. The Prins Al bert arrivd here with Paul Stensland, the fugitive bank president of Chi cago, on bocrd. Stensland was arr;s: ed in Morocco. PiaysJ It S7. "Mnsgs has quit drinking." "Hasn't tastsd a drop for a year-? "Gold cure?" Xo; con game." "Hadn't beard of that method, lie la It worked?" "Well, his frlen:is pot him drunk tvid him he was Risrung a contract f Bohemian oats, and when he soberr ar he fond It vrtst a pledge tbey hi ran it If you haven't the time to exercise regularly, Doan's Regulets will pre vent constipation- They induce a mild, easy, healthful action of the bowels without griping. Ask your druggist for them. 25c- . 21 Indianapolis Chicago Cincinnati, New York and Richmond. HEW YORK MARKETS l Publishers' Press j New York, Sept. 25. Movements of prices were irregular in the open ing dealings of stocks. Brooklyn Transit was carried down 2 points, Union Pacific and Southern Pacific 1, and Atchison and Louisville and Nashville . Canadian Pacific ad vanced 1 and Great Northern pre ferred a large fraction.. Pullman sold at a gain of 3 and Anaconda 2 points. Generally Steady. The general tone was steady. Can adian Pacific rose 3, Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Preferred 3, Pacific Coast 1, Knickerbocker Ice 4 and Pullman 5. The selling pressure for ced Union Pacific and Reading lVz under last night, and St. Paul, Atchi son and Interborough Metropolitan 1. Manhattan fell and American Ex press 3. Ponds were steady. The market had a heavy tone, al though there was no pressure or off ering at this timn. Locomotive lost 14 and International Pump A. Pimples call for immediate treat ment. There s nothing more offen sive and dreaded than a pretty face covered with eruptions. The body must be kept perfectly healthy with Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. Stops earache in two minutes, tooth ache, or pain of burn or scald in five miuutes; hoarseness, one hour, mus cleache, two hours; sore throat twelve hours Dr. Thomas Eclectric Oil, monarch over pain. FIRE ALARM DIRECTORY PIRST DISTRICT." 1 ' South of Main. West of 7t 1-2 1st and S. C, Piano Factor 1-3 2nd and S. B. 1-4 4th and S. B. 1-5 5th and S. B. , 1-6 5th and S. 11.1 , v , - 1-9 7th and S. J. 1 '-Cj SECOND DISTRICT South of Main, between 7th illt& -2-1 th aim Main, 2-3 Sth and S. E. 2-4 7th and S. O 2-5 9th and S. A. 2-6 10th and S. C 2-7 11th and Main. 2-8 11th and S. J. :,jr THIRD DISTRICT South of Main, East of lltJ- 3-1 12th and S. B. 3-2 12th and S. E. f 3-4r-14th and Main. I 3-5 14th and S. C. ' 3-8 18th and S. . I H 3-7 20th and Maia. V-, 3- 8 15th and S. A. - -a FOURTH DISTRICT.. North of Main, West of 10th to.fiyeq 4- 1 3d and Main, RobinsoaVflhopi 4-2 3d and N. C. "' 4-3 City Building. 448th and N. G. 4-5 Gaar, Scott & Co.x . . 4.6 No. 1 Hose House, NBtJ 4-7 Champion Mills. 4S10th and N. I. 4-9 9th and N. E. 4- 12 City Electric Light Plant FIFTH DISTRICT. West Richmond and Sevastopol. 5 W. 3rd and Chestnut. 5- 1 W. 3d and National Avenue. 5-2 W. 3d and Kinsey. 53 "vV. 3d and Richme-Fmi 5-4 W. 1st and R. R. , 5-5 State and Boyer. 5-6 Grant and Ridge. 5-7 Hunt and Maple. 5- 8 Grant and Sheridan. 59 Bridge Avenue, Paper Mill.. 5-12 Earlham College. SIXTH DISTRICT. North of D, East of lOtlU" 6- 1 Railroad Shops. 6-2 Hutton's Coffin Factory 6-3 Hoosier Drill Works. : 6-4 Wayne Works, j 6-5 City Mill Works. ! 6-6 15th arid R. R. 6-7 !3tti and N. H. SEVENTH DISTRICT. Between Main and North D, E&st of -10th. 7 9th and N. A. ' 7-1 11th and N. B. 7-2 14th and N. C. 7-3 No. 3 Hose House 74lSth and N. C. 7-5 22d and N. E. SPECIAL SIGNALS 2-2-2 Patrol Call. 1-2-1 Fire out. 3 Fire pressure ofS. . Doctors Are Puzzled. The remarKabie recovery of Ken neth , Mclver, of Vanceboro, lie., i3 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 & Co.'s drug store. 50c and $1.00. Trial, bot tle free. L ar- '- - THE CHICAGO, CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE fi. R. i (THE NEW WAY) Effective May 2C :h, 1905. r ' 2 AST BOU IP. . --a. m. , T".. r.M T-eare Richmond ...J 9 05 4W TS " CottaaeHrove j 4 40 8 35 Arrive Cincinnati ij 11 aoj e 10 10 15 Arrives from the Kasu ca. at. tf.'- 1 Lev Cincinnati. ..... 8 4i 460 6 ) Cottage .roT 10 10 2U 810 Arrive KlcUjjiond lO 4i 6 6f 8 WEST BOlJjir. IT-- Leave Richmond ... Muncie Arrive Marlon Peru Grttlitu Chlciii. - e 8 11 ft & 8 Bt 10 10 11 05 13 00 7 . . . - 11 Bi 12 53 1 M ao 00 Arrives trom the Wwai Leave Chicago. Leave Peru Arrive Hichraond J 8 6 no U5 13S0I 4 40 T ti 4 tM Dally. tDnily excepttmday. Sunday only. a Runs la uiinidi dally except . .1 ci The lii.45 am. train frorruJ chmondimakei direct connection t crir Trunk forChtcau, arrivln - All east-bound tratntoa :o with ;Orand Chicago 7 p. m. d 1 roc t conneo C, II. n. tor tloiid at Joitag oruve wri Oxford. Hamilton, Liberty nuervlUiid KUlUTllItT. For further Information, J-egardlnf bud train connection.. aaJ I ,tet CIA. BUM Home Pcne 4-C. Pass. And TtcMtMat. 1 i RICHMOND MONUI 9 Tt it 33 N. BIOHKOt Phone 1457. it I Good FAR MG t AT $30 TO SlOOtPER AOAE All Conveniences m 4" ? Apply 10 J. E. RE Z t Sewing t t ... - repairs and SUPPLIES. R. Twl. 718 MAIN Home Phone 1242 Jtt Jft Jf- tf- V p V V 9v V V wy Rl z wi CHANDEIRp and ELECTRICAL XU PPL I EO 4 Heme PJacne 1543. Ball 263 W2 4 .. -- .- -- -ft, ,. A ,f, A A ,f, tf. f ARLINGTON HO Barber S I First class vrork b ss bar-1 Tbers, under strictly condi-T- tions. Your patronajjar solicited.! IJEFF MEYERS, PROP.t raroiers Sun4 Pope HE Riolimoad Palla- T diura is Ithe only pa per published in Rich mond ion Saturday which reaches th people living on the rural rout3 for Sunday. Mail for rural f e delivery Is not delivered on fore Saturday mirnlng's Palla dium is the onli local paper which is deliver before Mon day. CSSSSGaETi T Very desirable wZ WENT C70.... 18 v Main and Wmst It EKtHTHWC SHI' 1 X W M 1. ikk PC - I jirod I ft it It ti t UACB1M . 7 : je. j. .m. -rm m m tm. .m. - 4mm, V V V wir V 9VMaT 'V 'W yt9 I r wdod 1 ; tJINCf i II 3s sanitrv j This fact prove$ conclusively the value cf the Jfalladium as a medtum In reacUng the rural routers. Saturday morning's Palladium Is th only papef they have to reason Sunday the day they hjve the most time to read. Why wait for your friend's friend to come and took at your house week after next? You can sell it with a To Let ad in The Palladium, i t Monurknthn l Granite Work of description. ""'y;" i . Carving M Lettering specialty. T . ... ... A 1? N. 6th. H. C. Hattawav. . -7777777777777777 rioore&fcborn : Write Fire and rnado Irtsur- . i von. Loam 4 ance. We wi ill $2,5C0. Phone $ from $fpO t Home 1 B 53 R. ! . F. BUILDING. I ROOM 1 GIB H. C0TT INVESTMENTS . REAL i STATE REJ7TALS i 1 fLOANS and GerarJ Brokerage : 2VI. 6th St. RICHMOND, IND. it SIiIa ra- t corner of , venth streets. 4 W, H. BraQury & Son v 4 13 Westcott Block 4, 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.4, KJlOtyDinn ' St SUNDAY EXCURSION MiRjTESitu Dayton. Western J Dayton and Retlrn. ji.oo Eaton and Retufc, - - - t 0 Tickets at abovfl price will be sold every Sunday jj til further notice. Only 20 i required to 9 1 SLIT YOl'R TIRE WRI. WAKING Plumber, any Cas fitter Phsn. nS2. 406 M.ln St. S7 Ithe peter jopoirco. I iFORGAftLILf STOVES 2 AND GC7 GOODS. CLIFFORI 3RD a. K MATjn ST KESSLER ' 1018 A STREET ; TirJFO AL. H. Hp NT 7. North NSith has some s in Real Es- tate. Rent d and every attention gi property. t CABINET MAKf R AND REPAIRER. Make your old brokJn furniture like new .and mike new if x you want it. S.XA. L( 9 South 6th. 1 ft 4- te. turn c Af k? i f IT II 14 rLT,J .M . IT t n m , -r t . - m - ... M SI Lf. Idence at rthwfJb m un a it mm 1 r m 1 m - rvinutes A I 8 IB Qt mm . I at the J I Carrfee Ftory l No. 47 WOrtaffigsg3 a m m - ar -f f 1 god valuS The Palladium will pay 10c for cop ' les of the Richmond Palladium of thee . dates of January 1st and 2nd; 190ft. 1 r, 1