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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, November 9, 1906.
Pagi? Six. ALARM "DIRECTORY SUODAY EXCURSION ! Indianapolis Chicago Cincinnati, New York and Richmond. Provisions Live Stock, Grain and Stock Markets riRST DISTRICT. RATES South cf Main. Wt of 7th. 1-2 1st and S. C. F Faotaxr. VIA n & Western THE PALLADIUM MARKET REPORTS ARE THE LATEST AND ARE ABSOLUTELY NEWSPAPERS IN InBiANA, THOSE OF INDIANAPOLIS NOT EXCEPTED, GIVE MARKET REPORTS THAN THE PALLADIUM. RELIABLE. ' NO MORE COMPLETE 1-3 2nd and S. B. 1-4 -4th and S. D. 1-5 5th and S. U. 1-6 3h ssd S. 31. 1-S 7th and .S. C. 1-9 7th and S. J. Day Dayton Eaton a knd Return. - - f LOO d Return, - - .60 RICHMOND MARKETS Efforts to keep full stocks or fish are not nearly as strenuous as they have been during the last few weeks, local dealers say, because a cessation of storms over most of the fishing grounds has made possible a full line of work and orders are being entirely filled Instead of being only half-filled, as they were for a time. All kinds of fish are being sent here in large enough quantities to meet all requir ments, and the "out-of-that" story has for a time at least, become a thing of the past. Demand seems greatest for white fish and halibut, which are coming in in excellent shape. No. 1 salmon are also selling rapidly. Price on this fish has advanced lc a pound the on ly advance In the list. Sales of black bass, saugers, trout and red snappers are of good volume. 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. KggrS 22c doz. Butter, (country table) 22c lb. Hutter, (packing stock) 14c lb. Chickens, (Spring) 10c lb. Chickens, (roosters) 5c lb. Vegetables. Okra 10c lb. Carrott 50c bu. String beans $1.00 bu. Onions, (white) $100 bu. Onions, (yellow) owe l-u INDIANAPOLIS MARKETS rpubllshera Press? Indianapolis, Nov. 8. The tions today follow: quota- CINCINNATI MARKETS f Publishers' P-essl Cincinnati, Nov. S. The tions today follow: quota- CHICAGO MARKETS STEERS Good to choice steers 1,300 lbs and upward.. Coamoi to medium eteera. 1.200 tba. and upward - - Good to cho!c ?teera 1,150 to 1,250 lbs.. Common to medium steers, 1.150 to 1.22C lbs Good to choice steers, 900 to 1.100 lbs .. .. Common to medium steers, 900 to 1,100 lbs Chctce feeding steer, 900 to 1,00ft ibs Good feeding tsera.- 800 $ 5.05 6.50 1.75 .5.00 S.65 4 25 5 00 4 25 4 75 3 50 4 25 3 75 4 00 3 25 3 50 2 75 3 25 2 25 3 00 Cabbage.. .. Cauliflower( fancy) .... Egg Plants Beets Turnips, (wasne-1) .. Sweet Potatoes Lima beans Mangoes (sweet) .. Potatoes Fruits. Apples, (picked cooking 75c b'ol. 75c doz. . .75c doz. ..50c bu. ..50c bu. $2.S5 bbl. . .15c qt. . . 5c doz. ..G0c bu. Medium fsediBg eteers 700 to 900 lbs Common to bat stack HEiFERS Good to choice heifers ....4.00 4.50 Fair to medium heifers. .. .3.50 3.75 Common light hefers 2.50 3.25 COWS Good to choice cows .... 3.25 4.00 Fair to medium cows .. 3 00 3 25 Canners and cutters .. 1 25 2 85 Good to choice cows and asd calves 80 00 50 00 Common to medium cows and cs.lves 20.OO3O.O0 BULLS AND CALVES Good to prime bulls .... 3.25 3.75 Fair to medium bulls .. 2.50 3.00 Common bull3 . 2.003 2.25 Common to best veal calves 4 50 7 2a Fair and good heavy .. 2 50 b uu nogs. Best heavtML 210 Zbs 5 10 ..4.25 . .2.25 i CATTLE HE A VT STEERS Choice $ Fair to good Oxen TCHER STEERS Extra Good to choice Common to fair tiE'FERS Extra Good to choice Common to fair. COWS Extra Common to fair.. .. Canners Stockers and feeders BULLS Thin and light . . Bologna 2.65 Fat Bulls 3.00 CALVES Common and large.. .. Extra Hogs. Good to choice packers and butchers Common to choice henry fat sows Stags Light shippers 6.10 Pigs, 110 lbs and-less ,.5.80 Sheep. Common to fai 4.00 Lames. Common to fair 4 00 t Publishers' Press! Chicago, Nov. S. The wheat mar ket was easier on selling of the De- j cember option by cash houses. NEW YORK MARKETS IP-iMlsherV Prl New York, Nov. S. The volume of business in stocks was small at the ! opening, ana tne resulting movtiueui te- . , , j A ! oi prices was narrow ana uuucv.ucu SECOND DI 'onth of ll&in. befw 2-1 Sth and Maiu. 1-3 5th and S.H. 7tb and b. O. TBICTi a 7th, Mi Uth. iceipts in the Northwest were larger t The IIarriman aml HiI1 stocks and a 40 than for, the same time last year, and j few others were higher. !-4- -0t!i and A. 5 25 5 .4.50 5.15 ! this had a depressing effect. Cables .1.75 4.00 i were aiso reported easier. The corn market was steady on 5.00 j moderate buying of the May option varieties) . . , 50c bu. 24c has. . ..$2 crate Grapes. (Concords).. .. Grapes. (Cal. Muscats) Lemons. (Verdellas 300 s.) $5.50 box Oranges. (Velencias) 126 s $3.75 box Bananas, (Jumbo's) .. ..$1.50 to $1.75 Grape fruit.. $4-50 box WHEAT ANO CORN. (Paid by Richmond Roller Milts. ) New Wheat 63c Corn, per bushel 46c Oats per bu 28c Rye 500 WAGON MARKET. 'Paid by H. J. Ridge & Son.) Old Corn 46c Old Timothy Hay. Baled 814 Loose $12 to $13 Mired baled $11 to $12 New Timothy Hay. New hay baled $10 to H Miscellaneous. Old cats 33 to 40c New straw baled $4.50 to $5.00 and upward Medium and mixed. 190 lbs and upward Good to cboce lights 160 to 180 lbs Common to eood lights 130 to 150 lbs Best Pigs Light Pigs Roughs Bulk o sales Sheep. Spring lambs Good to choice yeai lings Common to medium.... Good to choice sheep.. Culls to medium Stockers and feeders .. .6.30 6.45 .. 6.15 6.35 ..6.15 6.30 .. 6.00 6.10 .. 5.75 6.00 .. 4.50 5.50 .. 5.55 5.80 .. 6.00 6.20 ..4.00 7.50 .5.00 5.50 ,.4.254.75 ,.4.25 4.75 2 50 4 00 2 50 3 50 Any thin or undeveloped gfrl or wo man will be benefited by taking Hol- lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It is one of the greatest known remedies for making people strong, healthy and well. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents A. G. Luken & Co. JINGLES AND JES'YS.'" Kan Versus Man. Please tell me," said the lady To her tete-a-tete at whist. What's the difference 'twlxt a lawyer And a conversationalist?" "I'll answer that, the other said, 'And easily it's done. A lawyer talks for money. And the other talks for fun." Yonkcr3 Statesman. ;iover. seed. (Paid by Wm.IIill & Co.) Clover Seed, Little Red or Big En glish, per bushel $6.00 to$7.00 RICHMOND LIVESTOCK. (Paid by Richmond Abbatolr.) Cattle. Choice butcher steers ..$1.00 4.35 Uulls $2.00 3.00 Cows, common to good -.$2.00 3.00 Calves 6.00 6.50 Hogs. Hogs, heavy select packers 5.75 5.S5 Hogs, 350 lbs, common and rough 5.50 5.65 Hogs 200 and 250 lbs. aver 5.85 6. Hogs, 200 and 250 lbs average 5.85 6.00 The average young woman of today is busy and has no time to devote to anything but health and beauty. It comes to ninety-nine out of every hundred who take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea or Tabletts 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. Woman loves a clear, rosy complex ion. Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood, clears the skin, restores ruddy, sound health. Hlh Finance. The Mother Willie, you're a good lit tle boy. I left my purse on the bureau and you didn't take a cent from it. "No, mother. I'apa says it's wrong to take anything when you're sure to ret caught." Woman's Home Com panion. - The Inertia of Jones. "What do you suppose is the cause of Jones getting on in the world so slowly?" "Pure laziness. That man would actually rather pay rent than move." Judge. Marht Ther Gacht. A gay party out in a yacht By a sudden windstorm was npsacht; Then the shntks that abound In those waters soon found They enjoyed the yacht party a lacht. Catholic Standard and Times. , .4.10 .3.35 , .1.75 , .3.50 .1.00 1 00 1 75 2 00 ..3.00 6 75 4.15 by commission houses. I The oats market was about steady, 4.23 but. auieL The provisions market was firm.' 4.00 3.15 3.75 2.40 3 25 4 25 2 60 3.00 3.35 5.50 7 00 (By O. G. Dec. . May. . July. . Murray's Special Wire.) OPEN. CLO. Wheat. Corn. 6.50 6.55 4.75 .o.75 5.90 5.0Q 6.20 6.15 7.00 When you're broke the girls are shy They turn and fly as you come nigh Brace up old man, schow some pluck Take Rocky Mountain Tea; 'twill chance your luck. A. G. Luken Co. Coming Home. Coming back homo from vacation. Weary and sore and lame. Sporting a rough complexion. Temper to match the same. Tired to death of resting, Glad it is at an end, "Work that was once so hateful Looks like a long lost friend. Back to the smoky city. Back to the dirt and noise, Leaving- behind mosquitoes, Briers and all such Joys; Back to the same old treadmill. Back with the same old crew t And, not the least to mention. Back to our wages too. Back to some modern cooking-. Back to our homely fare. Back to some unsoiled napkins. Back to a meal that's square. Back from forever viewing Palms that we have to cross If we would get attention. Back to the place we're boss. Back fron- our short vacation Into the same old grind. Leaving our rod and tackle, Also our cash, behind; Back to our work, but waiting Oh, but it gives us cheer! Till we can knock off labor When we depart next year. Nov. Dec. May July. ..434 ..42 ..43 ..44 CstS. Dec 3414 May 354 July 33 Pork. Jan 14.10 May 14.20 Lard. Nov 9.32 Dec 8.67 Jan S.50 Ribs. Jan 7.62 May 7.75 76 43Vs 44 34 U 35 33 14 07 14.15 9.27 8.47 7.62 7.75 MARKET SUMMARY. The market after 11 o'clock became nearly stagnant, at a level of prices slightly under the highest. The trad ing presented no special features. Bonds were steady. Active stocks were neglected, the only change of consequence occurring in Reading, which sold off a point from the highest. DON'T SULK. Whatever you do. if do it you must. Don't sulk. Be happy and healthy and jolly and Just; Don't sulk. Don't grumble and mumble and be out of gejr Three hundred and sixty-five days in th year; Whatever your fortune. Just b of good cheer; Don't sulk. If matters don't happen to tumble your way. Don't sulk. Tour plum tree will drop you a frultag some day; Don't sulk. There's nothing will scatter the clouds ol despair Like a confident, hopeful and rollicking air; Just give your "old grouchy" the- go-by for fair; Don't sulk. Joe Cone In Judge. IICT. st or 11th. In a Storm. Postmaster Robbed. G. W. Fouts, Postmaster at Riverton la., nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort, according to his letter, which says: "For 20 years I had chronic liver complaint, which led to such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nails turned yellow; when my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters; which cured me and have kept me well for eleven years." Sure cure for Biliousness. Neuralgia, Weak ness and all Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bladder derangements. A wonder ful Tonic. At A- G. Luken & Co.'s Drug Store. 50 cents. Fortunate Missourians. "When I was a druggist, at Livonia, Mo.," writes T. J. Dwyer, now of Graysville, Mo., "three of my custom ers were permanently cured of con sumption by Dr. King's New Discov ery, and are well and strong today. One was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona, but after using New Discovery a short time he found it un necessary to do so. I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as the most wonderful medicine in existence." Surest Cough and Cold Cure and Throat and Lung healer. Guaranteed by A. G. Luken Co., druggists. 50c and $1. Trial bottle Iree. Had Sklddooed. Gunbusta (bald pated) My boy, re member that the hairs of our heads are numbered. Wilfred Yours must have been num bered twenty-three, pa. Woman's Home Companion. "One good turn deserves another. Loan me a ten." "With the greatest of pleasure. Here It is. Now it's my turn loan me your umbrella." Not Undeceived. "Why do you think that they aren't married?" "That tired feeling doesn't come over her face every time he springs a joke One More Favor Required. "My daughter, I have selected a hus band for vou." "Thank you. mother. Now will you be so kind as to marry him for me?" CHICAGO Cattle: Common to prime steers, $4 007 SO; cows, $2 634 75; heifers, $2 60. So; nuiis, 40f 50; stockers and feeders. $2 40 4 50. Sheep and Lambs Sheep. $4 00 5 70: lambs, $6 007 60; yearlings, $5 506 75. Calves $3 007 50. Hogs Choice to prime heavy, $6 35!f6 40; medium to good heavy, $6 25S6 30; butcher weights. $6 30 6 40; good to choice mixed, $6 156 25; packing, $5 85 6 15; pigs, $5 40 6 00. Wheat No. 2 red, 7475c. Oats No. 2, 33y2c. EAST BUFFALO Cattle: Good to choice export cattle, $5 256 00; shipping steers, 4 755 25; butchers' cattle, $4 75 go' 25; heifers, $3 00 4 60; fat cows, $8 004 00; bulls, $2 504 25; milkers and springers. $30 0060 00. Sheep and Lambs Good to choice yearlings, $6 00j 6 25; wethers, 5 506 00; mixed. $5 25 5 60; spring lambs, J4 507 50. Calves Best, $7 758 25. Hogs Heavies. $6 40 gS 50; mediums, $6 406 45; Yorkers, $6 356 40; pigs, 56 50. CLEVELAND Cattle: Prime dry-fed cattle, $5 255 50; choice heifers, $3 00 4 00; fat cows, $3 503 75; bulls, $2 75 3 25; milkers and springers, $15 0046 00. Sheep and Lambs Choice lambs, $7 00 7 15; wethers. $3 25(35 50; mixed; $4 75 Cd5 25; ewes, $4 754 90. Calves $7 50 down. Hoss Yorkers, $6 30; mediums, $6 35; heavies, $6 35; pig3. $6 30; roughs, $5 505 65; stags, $4 254 73. t PITTSBURG Cattle: Choice, $5 60 5 90; prime, $5 305 60; tidy butchers', $4 354 80; heifers, $ 2504 30; cows, bulls and stags, $2 003 75; fresh cows, $25 0050 00. Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep, $4 755 15; lambs, $4 507 10. Calves Veal, $6 008 00. Hogs Heavy hogs, $6 50; mediums and heavy Yorkers, $6 40 (g 6 47 Ys'. light Yorkers and pigs, $ 40. CINCINNATI Wheat: No. 2 red, 75 76c. Corn No. 2 mixed, 48c. Oats No. 2 mixed, 2aV3c- Rye No. 2, 66 68 14c. Lard $9 009 10. Bacon $10 25. Bulk meats $9 1.2V Hogs $5 356 45. Cattle $2 00(S5 35. Sheep $2 254 50. Lambs $4 0007 50. BOSTON Wool: Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX and above, 33ii?34c: X, 3132c; No. 1, 4041c; No. 2. 38(8 39c; fine un washed, 2526c; delaine washed, 354 36c; delaine unwashed. 2829c: Kentucky and Indiana combing ?i-blood. 3334c. TOLEDO Wheat, 76c; corn, 49c; oats, S6Vic; rye, 6B'ic; cloverseed, $8 25. Oil North Lima, 90c; South Lima and i lana. S5c. 1 Her Fears. Ajnn ' First Lady Rider I'm very much at tached to my horse. Second Lady Rider (feeling very un comfortable) I-I-I w-w-wish I-I w.-was Chicago News. WORK THAT TELLS. Plenty of it has Been Done Here in Richmond. Right The Latest. The night officer found the old farm er sitting on the steps of a vacant house contentedly chewing a straw. "Waiting for any one?" ask-i the of ficer suspiciously. "Yep." responded the old man In con fidence, "I am waitin' for the scientist to get back." "What scientist?" . "Why, the one with my ten dollar bill. He slapped me on the back and told me that thar be seventeen differ ent crawling germs on every ten dollar bill. He said if I'd let him have a ten dollar bill a few minutes he would take it down to the arc light around the corner and stick a pin through each germ so 1 could see them with my own eyes. He's been gone about half an hour, but I reckon it takes him quite a little while, 'cause them germs are pesky small to see." And the old farmer settled himself comfortably to await the return of the "scientist." D 3troit Tribune. Clothes do not make a man. They break him. -6 10th ard.S. CJ !-T llt'.i ana Main-1 S 11th ard S. J. TEIP.D DIS: South cf Main, El -1 I'Jth and S. B. 4 14tL and Main. i,514th and S. C. ;- ISth and S. L. i-7 20th and Mais. i-S 15th and S. A. f FOURTH DISTRICT. lorth of Main, West f 10th to rlTtt. 4-1 3d and Main, J&binson'i fthP 4-2 3d and N. C. f 4-3 City Building. 4-4 Sth and N. Cf. $ 4-5 Gaar, Scott & 0. . v 4-G No. 1 Hoss liaise, K. OS 4.7 Champion Mill4 4-8 10th and N. I. 4-9 0th nnd N. E.I 4-12 City Electric flight Plant FIFTH DISTRICT. West Richmond ad Sevastopol. 5 W. 3rd and CUpstnnt. 51 W. 3d and Nslional Arawie. 5-2 W. 3d and Ivifsey. 5-3W. 3d and RiJhmc 5.4W. 1st and RB. 5-5 State and Boyfer. 5-6 Grant and Rnfge. 5-7 Hunt and Ma$e. 5-S Grant and Shridan. 5- 9 Bridge AvenuS, Paper Xfitt 5-12 Earlham Colttee. SIXTH DISTRICT. North of D, mst of lOtJw 6- 1 Railroad Shop. 6-2 Uutton's Coffet Factorjr' 6-3 Hoosier Drill orM 6-4 Wayne Wor 6-5 City Mill W 6.6 15th and R. 6-71 ath pnd N. SEVENTH 3etureen Main and iet 7 9th and N. A. 7-1 11th and N. 1 7-2 14th and N. C 7-3 No. 3 Hose ncmsW 74lSth'and N. C. 7522d and N. E. SPECIAL SlfWAtOj 2- 2-2 Patrol Call. 3- 3-3 Fire Pressure. 1-2-1 Fire out. 3 Fi-e pressure off!. TicketJat above price will be eold . every indUy nntil further notice. 1 GIB t t ! ICIVESrf T 1 M SCOTT MENTS AL ESTATE RENTALS LOANS and Conersl Brokerage 707 NJain St. RICHMOND, IND. X cik XL. If SH. HUNT North Ninth sod values In Real Es s collected and every attention Q,ven the property. FOR SALE. iisTRioT. orth Df J I 4. J deflrable West Side res- northwest corner of ju West Seventh streets. r W. H.Vferodbury & Son .j. 1 3Westcott Block 4. .g. i J. 4- 4- -fr 4- 4- 4 4 4 4 4 4 ; 7 : Merchants' Delivery 1 V uarters llifiv's Store Phone 723 A V rtften n Thala of a 1'' Torturing eczema spreaas its ins area every , day. Doaa's ment quickly stops its spreading, 4n stantlv relievs the itching, euro"" it perrnanentl-. A any drug sto : Mooro&Ogborn t i Write Fireand Tornado Insur- X Walrvill bond you. Loans $1c5 to $2,500. Phone 150. Bell 53 R. I. O. O. F. BUILDING. burn- Oint- . i J A MIIMitttMii Jf X X WM. WAKIPI t f Hon I Plumber and fitter j t roo19 A. . ,J r . . m 9 9 9 m9 m m m X Bicycles aaovnnnes I Phone 14B2. ij6 Main St. - t CABINET MAKER' $ CtjOft j AND REPAIRER J M . J0" Make your old brckertfffurntture Jw fotfOfth' ' vVv like new ,and mrfo new if 4 II e,fXtna ilQ IP Jfo I you want It. Jf X S r912 m tnaratrl Rdirl I S. A. LOT. fkXIHluraZ St feA 9 South6thi Phone 1219 '3mrjj j?' His Rraton. I only sin? for my dearest friends," She lisped with an accent shy. He'd heard her before. And he said no more. Though she often wondered why. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Ealrt Way. Wedderly At last I have discovered an easy way to manage my wife. Singleton Put me next. Wedderly I let her have her own way. Detroit Tribune. "Forbidden." "Forbidden" is a familiar word abroad. In Italy it is "vietato." in Ger many "verboten," or. more politely, "untersagt," and in France "defendu." If vou really v-nnt to know what the wild waves are saying, tame them with some of Mr. Rockefeller's oil and ask them. Generous. "I think it is manly to acknowledge your faults." "So do I. I should be perfectly will ing to own to mine if I had any." Checkmated, Tou promised me," he wildly said, "That you would love me evermore. And now you say" his faca grew red "To love me Is a perfect bore:' "I promised you?" she made reply As with disdain her head she tossed. "Well, if I did. I m s-jre that I Had both my little fingers crossed!" A 'evr Potato. Vegetarians will doubtless hail with delight the advent of a new potato, blue of skin tind yellow of interior, which is about to be placed upon the market. This potato Is known as the Ealanum commersonl violet and is tb result of scientific cultivation at Jiead lag, England. It has a distinct fiavoi of its ovn. Epicures describe it as a combined flavor of turnips and aspara gus. A Mountain of Gold. could not bring as much happiness to Mrs. Lucia "Wilke, of Caroline, Wis., as did one 25c box of Bucklen's Arni ca Salve; when it completely cured a running sore on her leg, which had tortured her 23 long years. Greatest antiseptic healer of Piles. Wounds. Death from Appendicitis. decrease in the same ratio that the use of Dr. King's New Life Pills ins creases. They save you from danger and bring quick and painless release from constipation and the ills grow ing out of it. Strength and vigor al ways follow their use. Guaranteed by Cures that last are cures that tell. To thoroughly know the virtues of a medicine you must investigate the ! cures and see if they prove permanent. : Doan's Kidney Pills stand this test, and plenty of proof exists right here in Richmond. People who testified years ago to relief from backache, kid ney and urinary disorders, now de clare that relief was permanent ana the cure perfect. How can any Richmond sufferer longer doubt the evidence? Dallas Cassel, employed at tne Starr Piano Factory, and living at 711 South Sth street, Richmond, Ind., says "I think it was about fifteen years ago that I was cured by Doan's Kidney Pills. At that time I was working for the Richmond Casket Co. and in the course of a hard day's work had quite a bit of heavy lifting which brought on severe backache and dizzy headaches. I had tried several remedies but with no effect. Finally I was induced to get a box qf Doan's Kidney Pills at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store. After I had takei them for a short time the dull aching in my back disappeared and with it the headaches. Since that time I have not been troubled, and have rec ommended Doan's Kidney Pills to many other sufferers." 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 and Sores. 25c at A. G. Luken &. Co.'s j A. G. Luken &. Co., druggists.. 25c. Drug Store. Jtry them. one BJuiae s or Any IM mmbeir. of ILones 1 Doan's Regulets cure constipation, tone the stomach, stimulate the liver, promote digestion and appetite and easy passages of the bowels. Ask your druggist for them. 25 cents a box. '. Call Up Received by Phone. Either Phono r We WULTaRe Your Want Ads and OoSSecf Later.