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The Richmond Palladium, Thursday, November 22, 1SC6. 't' I1 "S1 f. "J" fr "I a,, .j. .j. $ J 4 ! ! t' A. Provisions Live Stock, Grain and Stock Markets RICHMOND MARKETS "If tnere is a freeze at tne end of this rainy Spell of weather," said a dealer yesterday, "it will not be sur prising to see fresh eggs retailing from 50 cents to 60 cents a dozen. At this time of the year the thermometer and the price of eggs are at opposite ends of a teeter-board. When the thermometer goes up for a time the price of eggs goes down, and when the thermometer goes down for a time the price of eggs goes up. If it turns cold hens will not lay, and there will be no eggs on hand, conse quently prices . will be high. If it should be warm for ten days or two weeks, things will ease. up as they-diid last winter and egg prices will drop." THE LOCAL MARKETS. (The prices quoted below are those paid by J. M. Eggemeyer, Main & Fourth streets, for produce, veget ables and fruits. Thi3 gives the farmers and gardeners the accurate quotations for their roducts; also gives the merchants of the smaller towns the wholesale prices paid in Richmond on all fruits, etc., bought from Commission men.) Produce. Eggs 22c doz. Flutter, (country table) 22c lb. Butter, (packing stock).. .. ..14c lb. Chickens, (Spring) 10c lb. Chickens, (roosters) . ..5c lb. Vegetables. Okra 10c lb. Carrotts 50c bu. String beans $1.00 bu. Onions, (white) $1.00 bu. Onions, (yellow) 80c bu. Cabbage 75c bbl. Dauliflower( fancy) .... .. 75c doz. Egg Plants 75c doz. Beets.. 50c bu. Turnips, (wasned) .. .. .. ..50c bu. Sweet Potatoes $2.S5 bbl. Lima beans 15c qt. Mangoes (sweet) 5c doz. Potatoes 60c bu. Fruits. Apples, (picked cooklug varieties).. 50c bu. Grapes, (Concords) 24c has. Grapes, (Cal. Muscats) .. ..$2 crate Lemons, (Verdellas 300 s.) $5.50 box Pranges, (Velencias) 126 s $3.75 box Bananas, (Jumbo's) .. ..$1.50 to $1.75 Grape fruit $4.50 box WHEAT AND CORN. (Paid by Richmond Roller Mills. ) New Wheat 68c Corn, per bushel ..... 46c Oats per bu .. 28c Xye .. 50c WAGON MARKET. 'Paid by H. J. Ridge A Son.) Did Corn ' 4Cc Old Timothy Hay. Baled $14 Loose $i2 to $13 Mixed baled $11 to $12 New Timothy Hay. New hay baled $10 to $11 Miscellaneous. Old cats 33 to 40c New straw baled $4.50 to $5.00 ci over, seed (Paid by Wm.IIill & Co.) Clover Seed, Little Red or Big En glish, per bushel $6.00 to$7.00 RICHMOND LIVESTOCK. (Paid by Richmond Abbatolr.) Cattle. Choice butcher steers . .$ l.00Q 4.35 Hulls v $2.00 (TP 3.00 Tows, common to good . .$2.00j 3.00 Calve. 6.00(0 G.GO HoQt. Ilr, henvy Meet puckers 5.S5 Itftittf. .'tr.O Ihx, common nnd rough Z.ZQM 5.62 Hog 200 nnd 250 lb, nvor U. tloga, 200 and 2r.0 lb avciUKo G.S3y C.OO It 1h ono of the niot wonderful ton ic for developing tho tlgme, making bright eyes, red lips ami rony cheeks, ever offered to the American girl. Ilollister's Kncky Mountain Ten. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. Postmaster Robbed G. W. Fouts, Postmaster at Rlverton 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. r- Luken & Co.'s Drug Store. 50 cents. A Mountain of Gold. could not bring as much happiness to Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline, Wis., as did one 23c 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, and Sores. 25c at A. G. Luken & Co.'s Drug Store. (eitfter phono) We tade your Want Ada by Phone JLm anCl CPliarge Idem 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 t Publishers" Press? Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 21. STEKilS Good to choice steers ! 1,300 lbs and upward, i Coramoi to medium I tsteerq. 1,209 iba. and j upward j Joou to choic teers $ 5.65 G.50 . 1.755 5. ..5.C0-Q) 5. C 1,150 to 1.250 lDn.- .. Common to medium 6teers 1,150 to 1J2IC lbs Good to chob;e steers. 900 to 1,100 lbs .. .. Common to otedlnra steers, 900 to 1.100 Choice feeding ssi, 900 to 1.000 lbs Good feeding ctsrs. SiO to 1.000 Iba . . Medium faedfa steer 700 to 900 lbs Common to best etacK- ers .. ...... .. .... HEIFERS Good to choice heifers .. Fair to medium heifers., Common light hefers .... to choice cows Fair to medium cows .. Canners and cutters .. Good to choice cows asd and calves 65 4 25 3 4 253 4 3 5u5 4 ? 75 4 25 3 2 75 3 2 25 3 00 2 CO 50 25 00 ..4.00 4. ..3.50 3. ..2.50 3. .5 .2 3.25 4 3 00 3 1 25 2 30 00050 20.00 ;30 3.25 3. 2.50 3. 2.00c 2 .00 25 So 00 on Common to medium cow3 and calves BULLS AND CALVES Good to prime bulls Fair to medium bulls .. Common bulls Common to best veal calves Fair and good heavy .. r?OQX Best heavl'.a. no lbs and upward Medium and mixed. 190 lbs and upward Good to choca lights 160 to ISO lbs Common to good lights 130 to 150 lbs .75 .00 .25 4.50 7 2 50 6 .50 00 6.25 6.35 6.15 6.30 6.10 6.25 6.00 6. 5.75 6. 4.50 5. 5.50 6. 6.15 6. 05 00 Best pigs Light pigs 50 Roughs Bulk of sales 00 30 Sheop. Spring lambs 4.00 7.00 Good to choice yearlings. .5.00 5.50 Common to medium 4.234.75 Good to choice sheep.. ..4.00 4.50 Culls to medium 2.00 3.75 Stockers and feeders.. .. 2.00 4.00 Death from Appendicitis. decrease in the same ratio that the use of Dr. King's New Lifa Pills in1 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 A. G. Luken & Co.. druggists. 25c try them. His Barometer. He thought the times were out of Joint; This was the reason why He had a line of gold bricks fine, And no one came to buy. Although he made a bargain rate, He couldn't understand , Tho reason why good men were eh) And left his stock on hand. He heard prosperity wa bare With rlenty in it mitt, Hut he wan any of n supplsv And much he doubted it. Though men In many other llna l l t'l-vntrt took OrllglU. lit Mill picked flriWM In thlngfl heraune The nuokern would not bile. Th Km that oni time brought him New only trought bltu woe. For d kr r who looked good were few And wouldn't try it throw. No wonder h wn mid of heart, Forlorn and had th blue And prone ta fret. II couldn't get Wtit deemed hi honet dues, Tl thua t gaugA prosperity And rail It very fine When all the fish that we could wis Are dangling on our line, Hut with a Ion? range telescope Its form we could not spy If suckers only came to grin And wink the other eye. Reason Enough. ir T JT "Why don't you quit your foolishness tnd settle down and be decent?" Oh, but everybody hates a quitter. ja know." Never Languid. "II er husband is the meanest man I ever knew." "But his wife enjoys it." "How can she?" "Keeps her busy all the time pre tending that he's merely eccentric." th Century fuel. 10-tf Alonzo Kepler has returned from a business trip to Indianapolis. tTvF6)vrH ur J Quite a Promotion. fJpJL, "I understand he jrScS on the prater T--m "3 wagon." ALji the ice-agon now. Artificial gas, theP I CINCINNATI MARKETS Publishers' press I Cincinnati, O., Nov. 21. CATTLE. IJFAVT STEERS Choice Fair to good Oxen FJER STEERS Extra Good to choice Common to fair Extra Good to choice Common to fair rowi, Extra Common to fair Canners Stockers and feeders . . I'lLLa Thin and light Bologna Extra Fat bulls Common and large . . Extra Hogs. ;.x-d to choice uactcere and butchers Mixed packers m to choice heavy fat sows Light shippers Stags . . . . Pigs, 110 lbs and less . . Sheep. Common to fair Common to fair $5.10(5? 5.35 4.40 5.00 1.75 4.00 5.10 5.75 4.25 5.00 2.25 4.15 4.00 4.10 3.25 3.90 3.50 3.65 2.35 3.75 1.00 2.15 1.00 2.15 1.50 4.15 2.00 2.60 2.65 3.00 S.fcONfi? 3.35 3.00 3.35 3.00 6.25 7.25 7.50 G.15 6.20 6.05 6.15 4.60 5.75 C.OO 6.: 5 3.50 4.65 5.60 6.00 2.00 3.75 4.00 6.75 There is a good job waiting for men and women with brains. . They must hustle all the time. Why not become a hustler by taking Hollis ter's Rocky Mountain Tea? Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. A THRILLING MINUTE. It Made lp In Intensity of Terror What It Lacked In Time. The adventure of a contributor to Science lasted but a minute, but It made up in intensity of terror what it lacked in duration of time. The writer tells his own story: Some years ago while I was making researches in an, excavation near Frankfort, O., the center wall of the mound was undermined by the work men, and I was struck by a ma c falling earth. I had just stooped re examine a small bone which had been uncovered when earth to the amount of several cart loads dropped on it No one else was in the excavation, thi men having gone to the top of the mound. The falling .mass knocked me back ward, and I fell with my head and shoulders ou a small heap of earth. The falling wall of earth looked block to me. an l I well remember the rush of wind it brought. At first I felt little pain, only intense pressure, which forced the buttons of my costume partly inside my flesh My watch was pressed tight against two ribs which were broken. The sklu on my forehead ?evined cut, but It was the pressure of my bat forcing tho flesh between the struw. The knife In my pocket seemed burning hot. Just under the small of my back was a large clod which gave me unendurable pain, as If my opine were slowly breaking. Then It stopped, otul I felt nothing. Thoughts raced through iny liotid llko lightning, Uiouiilits of the pant, presont nnd future. 1 remember trying lt vnlu to inov a hand or a finor. 1 whs per fectly motion k m. My chest could not lie Inflated, mid the downward prensuro lind forced the nlr out of my lung. 1 could move my c-hln nud open nnd uliut my mouth. I tried to keep my mouth dosed to prevent It being filled, but It instinctively opened, aud the earth fell in. Then tho assurance of strangllnu' came to me, but I did not much care. It was Just sixty seconds, the sur veyor said, before the men reached me and 1 felt tho earth move slightly. A shovel struck my scalp and cut me. It felt like redhot Iron. When my head was uncovered the pressure on my body was so great the blood was forced to my bead until my rescuers feared my veins would burst. I observed everything, but could not move. The partial paralysis lasted several days. I have never wholly re covered from the effects of my adven ture. I cannot enter a cave or stand near a bank of eajth vdtliout terrible sensations. Getting Their Money's Worfh Too much censure should not be vis ited on the sightseers at the country fair who by their jeers caused a bal loonist to go up wben his balloon was unsafe, thereby forcing him to take a moonlight ride over Lake Michigan when he wanted to go only a few miles out Into the country to see how the crops were looking. The dear public has been bunkoed so oftes in its amusements that it may be pardoned for having thought that the balloon ascension was only adver tised for the purpose of selling tickets. If a man pays admission with the full expectation of seeing some one killed or frightfully mangled, he doesn't want to stand around nil afternoon staring at a canvas bag full of wind looking for all the world as though it had been stuck to the earth with a barrel of glu, particularly if his ticket doesn't read. "Monev refunded if nobody is killed." Now They Don't Speak. "I couldn't marry a man, no matter how much he might be in love with me, uuless he were a hero." -Oh th.it diffieultv ndiusts itself! He'd be a hero to love you, my dear." j CHICAGO MARKETS llilbtl!hers prpsui Cliicago, No?. 21 The wheat mar ket opened easier on renewed selling of the December option. The news of the day, however, was generally J bullish, cables being, steady and re- ceipts in the Northwest still being be i low those of last year. The corn market was firm on re ports of wet weather throughout the corn belt. The oats market was steadj The provisions market was firm be cause of an advance in the price of live hogs. (By O. G. Murray's SDeclal Wire.) OPEN. CLO. ..73 73 ..79 7S ..7S 77 42V ..424 42U ..43 43 ..44Vs 44 ..33 33 ..35 35 . . 33 33 ..14.75 14.77 ..14.95 15.00 . ..9.25 9.25 . ..8.77 8.80 ....S.55 8.57 Wheat. i Dec. i May. July. Nov Dec. May. July. Dec. May. July. Jan. May. Nov. Dec. Jan. , worn. Cits- Pork. Lard. MARKET SUMMARY CHICAGO Cattle: Common to prime i steers, ?4 007 40. cows, 52 C54 75; j heifers, t2 60 5 00; bulls, $2 404 50; ; stockers and feeders, 2 40a4 50. Sheep i and Lambs Sheep, $3 25(fi5 75; lambs, i 55 507 65; yeariinps, $5 256 00. Calves i $3 008 00. Hoijs Mediums and heavy, 6.056 SO; ligrht. $6 206 30; good to cho'ce mixed, Jt5 056 15; pack ing:, $5 506 10; pf?s, $5 406 00. Wheat No. 2 red, 7576c. Corn No. Z new, 39?i41,4c. Oats No. 2, 33c. EAST BUFFALO Cattle: Export cat tle, 55 306 00; shipping steers, 54 80 5 25; butcher cattle. 54 805 25; heifers, 53 004 50; fat cows, 52 504 00; bulls. 52 504 00; milkers and springers, 530 00 60 00. Sheep and Lambs Yearlings, 56 006 25; wethers, 55 75S 00; mixed, 55 50 5 75; ewes, 55 005 50; spring lambs, 55 007 40. Calves 58 00g,8 60. Hogs Heavies and mediums. 56 30 6 35; Yorkers, 56 25 6 30; pigs, 56 50. PITTSBURG Cattle: Choice, 55 65 5 90; prime. 55 255 60; tidy butchers', 54 404 80; heifers, 52 504 30; cows, stags and bulls, 52 00f3 80; fresh cows, 525 0050 00. Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers, 55 405 50: good mixed. 55 10 5 35;f lambs, 55 O07 40. Veal Calves 16 008 00. Hogs Heavy hogs, 56 35g 6 40; medium Yorkers and pigs, 56 35. CLEVELAND Cattle: Prime dry-fed cattle, 55 505 75; choice heifers, 53 50 4 50; fat cows, 53 503 65; bulls, 53 00 3 25; milkers and springers. 515 0050 00. Sheep and Lambs Choice lambs, 57 25 7 30; wethers, 55 005 50; mixed, 54 00 5 00. Calves 57 50 down. Hogs York ers and pigs, 56 20V4; mediums. 56 30 6 35; roughs. 55 505 85; pigs, 54 255 00. CINCINNATI Wheat: No. 2 red, 76 76Vc. Corn No. 2 mixed, 47448c. Oats No. 2 mixed, S51436c. Rye No. 2, 71 72c. Lard 59 009 10. Bulk meats 59 25. Bacon 510 37i. H gs 53 256 35. Cattle 52 005 35. Sheep 52 254 50. Lambs 54 2507 70. BOSTON Wool: Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX and above, 33s?34e; X. 3132c; No. 1, 40ffl)41c; No. 2, 3839c; fine un washed, 25 26c; delaino washed, 350 lie; delaine unwashed, 29 ft 30c; Indiana Mid Kentucky combin i -blood, 33 34c. TOLEDO Wheat, 77c; corn. 48c; oats. I6c; rye. Hc! cloversed, 58 12-4. Oil North Lima, 90c; South Lima and Indiana, .60. Forturate Mleaourtana. "When I was a druggist, at Livonia, Mo.," writes T. J. Dwyer, now of Ornyuvllle, Mo., "three of my custom ers were purmnnently cured ot con- gumption by Dr. King's New Discov ery, nnd oro well and strong today. Ono was trying to nell his property and move to Arizona, but after UHln New Discovery a short tlm lie found It un necessary to do so. I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as tho most wonderful medicine In existence." Purest Cough and Cold Cure nnd Throat and Lung healer. Guaranteed by A. O. Luken Co., druggists, 50o and i. Trial bottle free. Itching, bleeding, protrudincr or blind piles yield to Doan's Ointment. Chronic cases soon relieved, finally cured. Druggists all sell it. EXPURGATED FOOTBALL. Can this tame. Benevolent game Be the same Old riproaring. Death scoring Stunt With which we were wont To amuse ourselves in days of yore? No gore? t No brcken ribs? Why net tie on bibs And let them play Croquet Or something real excitlnsr v In which the fighting If you insist . On a scrap Is a slap On the wrist On the c'.asMo h96wm When the situation Calls for a downright rnran fttng. That the other Is a nasty, me&M thing? Must we make raids On the classic shades Of the slaughter ho us To get our souse Of blood? Has the flood Been stayed? Is there to be no parade Of broken limbs, no compound Fractures, no brains ooiing on the ground. No tytns; Vp of the physiology of the dying. No battering up of the features Of our future lawyers aad preach ers In short, no brand To be stamped on the youth of the land? Is this all They have to offer as a substitute for football? It to the dump. For truly our educational institutions have con bump. Indianapolis Chicago Cincinnati, New York and Richmond. IIM VORK MARKETS I r-ir.Tiihpr' Pri' New York, Nov. 21. Opening deal "ngs in stocks were in moderate vol ume and the resulting price fluctua tions were narrow, with small de clines predominating. Anaconda re ceded 2, General Electric 1, and Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis 1. A spurt in Reading to 14Sg had only a momentary effect in relieving the pressure against the market, which increased considerably when call mon ey was quoted at 9 per cent. St. Paul was driven a point under jester day's closing, and Reading and Union Pacific Vi- Prices improved later, and some of the minor stocks showed strength. Call Money at 10 Per Cent. Call money, after touching 10 cent., fell back and stocks rose, dustrials were prominent in the per In ad vances. Bonds were higher. Reading at New High Level. The tendency of prices became ir regularly upward again, in sympathy with the marking up of Read.ng to a new high level. Some of the recent favorites were backward. A MG.bTER SIPHON. Hosre Tube "IVhlcli Caaaei a Small River to Ron I'p Hill. The great Irrigating canal across the valleys of Sosa and Itibabona, in Spam, which has just been completed, includes a monster siphon 3.000 feet long which brings the water up over a range of hizh hills. This was done to save tbe very much greater expense of tunnel ing. Many engineers said the plan could not be made to work, but It proved a success wben the sluice gated were recently opened by the king. The s'phon consists ok two great tubes, each 3,r.00 feet long and 12 feet IiItGEST SIPHON IN THE WORLD. ft Indies In diameter, with a capacity f 7,700 gallons of water per second. The tubi are built of concrete made eound wooden forms and bound at fre quent intervals with steel hoops. The Inside Is lined with steel plate and the t-'es when done-were covered with arth for protection and strength. Two thousand men were engaged for everal months in the construction work, nnd the result Is that today tho water of a fair sized river Is actually running up hill. Huts rrupuKnlr DUraaf. Scientist are thoroughly convinced that rut are the most proline propngn torn of the plague, olid n cuiupnlgn of AXtci'tuluutlon hit been t'cxun ngnluxt them iu JHpnn. No lent turm 4.K20,ooO rat linve been killed In Tokyo alone lw liiOO, A JnpnncHO cleitlnt ny: "All tho civilised nutloun huvo to flirht thin common enemy, th plague. I b Move that tuero ought to b an Interna tloual conference to (IIhcumh ft plan, cob lect money and organize uu Interna tional army to tight and vanquish this disease from the surface of the earth, Tho expedition should be sent to the region of India aud south China. The expense needed for such an enterprise would be ouly a small part of what the civilized nation are spending for their armies and navies." Zinc Dmt XonciploilT. In a recent article in a German p per Ilerr Paul Speier shows that tl spontaneous ignition of zinc dust 13 out of the question when the material Is properly packed. Wetting of the material Is also without danger. Igni tion and explosion can only occur in the presence of air. The matter Is of some Importance, inasmuch as steam ship owners sometimes refuse to trans port this material and fire underwrit ers have stringent regulations with re spect to it. Scientific American. Hark From the Tombs. Some hairs have been discovered la Egyptian tombs whose strings give forth music of a certain kind after a silence of 3.000 years. That is a long time for a musical Instrument to be holding canned music stored up in its insides waiting for some one to come and touch the but ton and allow It to escape. And thinl. what a shock it would be on the deli cate and high bred instrument if the vandal hand that snatched it from Its resting place took it up and tore ff a few yards of ragtime. It seems wonderful, but there are really greater possibilities In present day music. Wben our present civiliza tion shall have passed away and been forgotten think what a surprise ane shock it will be to the savant who is patiently digging in the remains of Podunk wben he digs up a phonograph that has suceeded in dodging the rav Vshing hand of time and bears from its chaste Hps the marvelous account of the hot time in tiie old tawa for tlv first time. A CARD To the Public! Having opened a repashop at 15t2 and 1514 Main sMett, in the Besselman Building we are prepared to repaint aad repair Coaches, Carriages, Biggies and Wagons in first-classtyie. Au tomobiles repaintef up to date. Bring them w wfun through us ing, as this i a tWe time of year to have thevi Repainted. We also do plainvend fancy sign writing. All work entrusted to our care will receive prompt at tention. 4. LANDIS & BRADEN t 1212-1215 Main St. eq-ic-e-1 gib h. scon 4 X t INVESTMENTS REAL ESTJ ENTAffS Pans and GeneflalUrokerage 7TfNlain St. RICHMOND, IND. Moore & C&born Write ance. from Home 5rnado Insur- you. Loans S2.5C0. Phone 11 53 R. ROOM 16 I O. F. BUILDING. I Fire and TA We will Zend 158&ID7 II MM V'. IS FIRE ALARM SIGNALS NO. BOX. LOCATION irst District. South of Mai West of Seventh Street 12 First i tory fed South C, Piano Fac- 13 SecomH ?md South D. lind South D. 14 Fourth 15 Fifth 16 Fifth Ad South B. d South II. 18 Sevent 19 Sevent and South C. and South J. Second District. South of Main, Between Seventh and Elwenth Streets. 21 Eighth nd Main. 23 No. 4 Hose House, Ninth and SoutliE. 24- Seventlland South G. 25 Ninth 26 Tenth d South A. d South C. ' and Main, and South J. rd District. 27 Elevent 28 Elevent T South of M&, East of Eleventh Street. 31 Twelfthnd Soulh B. 32 Twelfth Ind South E. 34 Fourteenth and Main. 35 Fourteenth and South C. 36 Eighteenth and South A. 37 Twentieth and Main. 3S Fifteenthf and South A. Foufth District. North of Main West of Tenth Street b River. 41 Third Shop '4 nd Main, Robinson's North C. 42 Third am 43 City Bui iK. 44 Eigntn nl d North C 45 Oaar, Sc t & Co. 46 No. 1 Hoi House, North Eighth atreet 47 Champlo Mills. 48 Tenth an North I. North 12. Plant District, nd nnd Falrvtew. 1 and Chestnut. 1 nnd National Road. I nnd Kinney. 49 -Ninth an 412 City Llg Flf Went Illchi 5 West Tht Bl Went TIM; B2 Went Till M Went Thl 1 and Randolph. 64 Went Firm nnd Rallioud. loyor. Rldg d Maple, iherldnn. f.S State and &G -Grant an 67 Hunt 1 68 G runt nnd 69 Ilrldgo Avi mio, Paper Mill 612 Karlham caikge 513- West Sofenth nnd Peacock Road. ; SuWest gove- th and Main. 515 South We; Second and D. Sixth District. North of D, Ealt of Tenth Street. 61 Railroad Slops. 62 Hutton'a cSfTln Factory. 63 Hoosier Dflll Works. - 64 Wayne, Woks. 65 City Mill "Works 66 Fifteenth Ind Railroad. 67 Thirteenthfnnd North It. Seventi District. Between Main aifcl North D Streets, East of ?enth Street. 7 Ninth and Corth A. 71 Eleventh ald North 13. 72 Fourteenthand North C. 73 No. 3 Hos House, East End. 74 Eighteentliand North C. 75 Twenty-Second and North E. Special Signals - 2-2-2 Patrol $alL 1-2-1 Fire O. 3-3-3 Fire Prissurc 3 Fire pressure Off. 10-10-10 NaturalfGas Off. 10 Naturar-las On. Instructron and Cautions. NEVER TAMPER WITH A FIRE ALARM BOX, unless you have posi tive knowledge mere is a fire. Never send inlan alarm unless you are certain! the are is nearest the box you are at. Never opein a: alarm box when you hear the brtlls dti the Engine House striking an -alarm! NEVER O PEN 1a BOX FOR A FIRE SEEN AT A DISTANCE. Wheti you havi positive knowledge of a fire, go at onse to the box nearest the fire ; break Ue glass in Key Box 2oof ; then unlocfc the Alarm Box, PUJLl, DOWN HOOK OXCE, and THjEX LET GO. f Unless the fire is plainly to be seent remain at box until thfe firemen arrive, and direct them where to go. By order of Board of Public Works. EDGAR E. MILLER, Chief. Richmond, Ind., Nov. 1, 190. FOR SALE Elegant West Richmond double residence, new and strictly mod ern Ideal Location nothing bet ter. Easily worth 4,800. If sold at once owner WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN. This is a rare chance to g a FINE HOME CCELLANT GOOD JNT at the right ly terms if desired, investigate and make ner might take vacant irt pay. If you mean business address, P. O. Box 200, Richmond. Indiana. : Merchants' I Delivery : HeaVJqiCrtcrs 4 HifTV-f Store Phone723 SUNDAY EXCURSION I .RATES .... f VIA Dayton & Western Dayton nul Return. Eaton end Return. - 1.03 .60 A Tickets It above price will be sold A every cuiaay anui iurxuer nouce. fig J. . J .J. J -4 Q( Very desirable West Side res- idence It Northwest corner of Main anf Vest Seventh streets. 4 W. H. Bradbury & Son J l-3Weitcott Block .j. 4- THE CHICAGO! CIIICMIIATl & LOUISVILLE R. R. (TUB Nljw WAY) Effective MaV 20th, 190. EAST iotJNEb and .an f INVEBTNrt price.l BVi You bltr offer, f y H mm lot asLbi F0R SALE. 4. J. Verv deslrj m dt. Richmond... J.... OS 4 00 TM ' Cnttita(rovef.... 4 4 40 9 Iki .,rrlveClPctiini.tl... .... 11 X 10 10 16 Arm.- from the kI.U a. u. tw&L r.m ,eve Cincinnati, i.... 4't 4 60 li " CoUnOrovf..... 10 JO 0 SO M IV rrive lUcUiuomi.. 1Q46 M WEH iIllOUM! I . , itr.M.i. r.m niebmond.. ..... U Mut.ni .1...... II T J I If 10 irrlveMnnon J 1J J J I'uru .......1 1 4t 8 6' IS U0 tirtmth .... A UU QMw ....... , t ( .... Arrival from tUelretk a. m. A.rn. ,4t Oblcege....! m. m " vn prn I eoo lt Jf2 .rrlv rtit'hmwntlf (n rally, Uly irf tMunday. flwnda.f my. a jvun 'outlay. tirlffliit dally eaoepl from rttabmond mall. Tlja lu.45ni. Irml irrt fwBMfioiioi al urluith wttti liraod runk f..rCnic. arrlvlim Oh1rai(0 7 p. ra. All re.t.bound 04 inakadlreeteemBee Hon. at Coitag ioa Willi C, It. A I), tot isforl. tiamiiun bcriy,Cuau4r4Tlllaotl j.bvlllf. For further InH matlon raiardlnf rata. , jiu traia coun.cl C A. BLAM. Pass. anJ Ticket Ami, .'nn ace 4-5.1 INDIANA, COLUMBUS & EASTELl TRACTION CO. DAYTON-RICMMOMD DIVISION TIMD TABLE EFFECTIVE! OCT. 15, 1906 JA. iP.M.j P.M..P M. '8:ooj 9:20 11:00 8:20j 9:37j11:20 8:30j 9:45:11:30 8:42j 9:5411:42 ,8:55;10:04111:58 ,9:11j10:17i 9:15:10:19; !9:55;10:55! Richm'd lv.6: New West. j6: New Hope 6: Laton 16: West Alex !6 Johnsville 7:1 N. Lebanon 7:1 Dayton Ar. j7:3 All cars mal connections at New Westville for Paris. lar Springs and New Connections St Dayton for Hamil ton, CincInnatiSpringfield. Columbus, Newark, Zanesfille, L.ancaster, Circle- Tille. Chillico Delaware, Marion. Xenia, Troy, Toledo, Sand qua, Lima, t lncuay. i7, Cleveland, Detroit and many oth points. Limited ca rom Dayton to SprtoB- field every h 7.30 a. m. to 7.20 p. m. No exces on Dayton Springfield Limited. 150 unds of baggage check- ed free. Tick office 28 S. 8th street. 263. Home Pho MAlfriX SWISHER. 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