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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, MONDAY, JUNE lO, 1901.
.1 OUIt CONSTANT AIM IS -TO SELL. THEIiBEST COOOS ... IN THE MARKET ... 30c Have you ever tried a pound of our thirty rent cofiet ' It is not the highest priced coffee, l.ut is a eotnt.in.itn.it obtained l.v a Mending of liift rt-nt v;ok-ti of coffee to- jj, th. r, pr.-lticing ' drink whioh will satisfy the most Try a jiouud and 1jc convinced john f. McCarthy. BEE HIVE MAIN AND . lOth. DO YOU USE Flour - - - - o o o o o pound ck of C'arjX'Tit! rs fancy . . . . Pride ol l'i hinoiid . . . . Vi. t..r, J no. Wolfs t'f-t . link's, might tine for the White S..tm .' Hindi . . Pillsbury llcst lli.til.et, patent 11 ISO 31? IT AT T3I 811 IW. vrrt, iro am o o o o oc oo 0:0000 000 OOO OOP Wlulr welkin-' down In siarili of nice new shots I saw a sijjn I'll never seen In-fore. 'Twas down at 1 rank Condi's ohl stand. U hi rr C.illx rt's used to he. The mi-ii that s;t sifsl I.tisiev's new store. Now of this store I've hear. I a lot. Ami in I iiiii kly went, An. I oh the sh.K-s were just the tiling for null. The pi ice was low. the .shoes were jixxl. The ( Inks was courteous too, An.l oti can bet sour Units I'll go aain. NO T v-N i 1- a. Hi. Will i-ilt.llah i -la!, lenl li. Ml ! .'11 It. II. 1 h .ai-i I 1 1 7 HOE STO.Ri 1 r 820 MAIN ST. BEST QUALITY OF Anthracite 0000 Telephones !! Richmond Palladium MONDAY, JUNK M, l'.Mll, imi:s r or r' T!l Kit t he tin n a" 1 McOU. I it iT mill Stf(tiiii of l mm. Sua. P.ises i:'!o i Sets 7;"f UUses 1:1') :l. m. Inliaiia aittl Oliio Weatlier y . JIM.MT.W Tl l IO For indiana: ' ijonerally fair tonight ami Tuesday, except jmssibly t h u 11 -dor showers in north, warmer. l 'or hio. Fair, warmer tonight, Tuesday cloudy, probably showers. LOCAL NEWS. Fletcher for hats. Tins I"ruils haw work t.nit;ii t. Spectacle fitting a specialty. Ha ner s. 1 V lit sjHvtaolos ivrrtvtly and can i satisfy you. llaner's. ) l'n'un leo company f.r ico mailix from distill'il water, ln.it h phones1 L'S'. 2 It Si'hi'pman tn-foro y m buy your sumnit-r suit. SpHtacio rorutirirg a spvialty. IlanorV. M.uraw the DrUircist sells Hammer liint pi-rralion. : lino Oar stock oi siiitiiiirs is by far the largest in the city. Geo. V. J-v-hep- m 111. Walter V. Wilson, dentist, over leo Hive t't'oierv. 1 tone 10." i 1 7t deliv '' tf Union iv pure and p'-o.'iii.t crv. I loth phonos '-Nti. -J K. H. Oatos and family- were quests vesterlav of Mrs. l"ates' th.' tor at Winchester. The ceuiect walks atot:t the now C. li. A M. depot will start tomor row or Wednesday at the latest. When coir. pie to 1 the work there will te a't done and the station will pre sen! a very handsome appearance. The r nv,T and musk tximmittee of Ktst Main Street friends' Kn Joavor society have invited the HHile school and tnet'tir.o- toattend a sivial to to yjvou bv the societv next Wednesday ovonin; at the c!iu rcfi. h A pleasant t'nno is anticipated. The lo-idini- tracks from the C. II. vV M. into Uaar's works are com letod and the first load in was done there today. The north F street tracks there are also completed. It makes very economical and chiii vciiicnt shipping facilities for the woks. A very merry partv picknktxl yes torday at the homo of Dank! Mos, eleven miles south of the city. Thoso who composed the party were Misses Fausta Fairau. Ina Clawson, Ethel Richards, liraoo T.iker an.? 1 lrti-A . - v . . . v : 3 T Moss; Messrs. Will Dorden, Orville jt 1 t ii u COFFEE. GROCERY PHONES 180 O o o c o o -O o 7 c ."Oe l.V 4."c t.C I'.fK wc jincc E. HASTINGS i. JO. the street d.tv Sim 1. 1.- I "III ll.rt . OAL Mather Bros. Co. Moss, Raymond Caselt y, F.dward Warfel ami Orlau Mclv'ce. Rev. (J. II. Hill is in Kvanston. 111., 011 business. Kdrar K. Roach of Columbus, Ind , is the ouest of friends in this city to dav. i Frank Lackey and John Taylor are in Cottage ilrove tcnlay on busi ness. i i J. . Morrow and .1, C. Nye of j Winamac, hid., are in the city today on tmsmess. .Marriai'o license lssueu iiniav to ( :,H'''0. 1 worth and Alice Drav- cr, Uictimoncl. There will bo work tonight Rich mond coinmandorv with two candi dates in the Roil Cross decree. Frank Lackey has sold to Will Campbell of north fourteenth street a handsome carriage and family horse. Rev. J. W. Kapp left this morning for Sprinotiekl. O., to attend a moot-ine- of the colloiro board of Witten buro college at that place. Miss Clark will oive a display and sale of art embroidery at V I south A stnvt. Tuesday and Welncsday. She will continue oivintr lessons. ' Frank Rrandon and family of Lob aiuiu. (V, spi'nt Sunday with his mother and sister. Mrs. Krandon and Mrs. James liriftiths of tnrth tenth t root. Rev. Albrocht and wife, mission aries from India, who have Uvn the quests of friends in this city for the past few days, loft this moruini- for Sprinir;";o!d, O. The Womans' Home Missionary sivioty of ra-e M. K. church w ill ntet at the home of Mrs. Simmons, ntnnlvr L'li north seventh stnvt. tomorroiv evenino. Rev. J. lck, atVomp.init'Hl by his oTandda'.htr, loft this morninj; for Columbus, Ohio, toattend the nicot ine; of the missionary board of the Lutheran church which convenes there ttxlay. The state mooting of the county superintendents of this state will U hold at Indianapo'is this week Iv o'mnin; on Wednesday and continu ing for three days. Mr. Wineburo will be present all three days. The tloat-h of F.dward Moran, the painter, at Now York yesterday wui r.o doubt call !i.rth a sptvial exhibit at the Art association. There are some fine conies of his work iu this city, which will probably be put on evhioition now. Werkine A Keaojv. the contrae elevator tors for the erection of the at Kitehells on the C. II. & M.. this morning took a iraug of eleven men ! to that point to work on as fine an e: vator as w ill probab'.y be erected o i the line of this road. j A letter from Sheriff Unthank says ! ?at he is improving nicely and will j ?v able to come home in ten days. He j f ii some time ago and hurt his" bac , rom which injury there was a gath j ering formed oa his back such that looted Iie an operation would be nooessary. It now seems that no operation will be necessary. Miss Bessie Rurr spent Sunday with friends in Dayton. Matraw the Drurtrist seils Hammer Rainril.li'J per jralion. Will I'atton of Indianapolis was in the city yesterday. i ISonjatnin Starr left yesterday for St. Louis on a s-hort business trip. Judiro Abbott was the jruest of friends in Cam brides City yesterday. Mrs. Jennie Leods left yesterday for Chieatro on a visit to friends in that city. Martin Dolan vas the truest of friends and relatives in F.atou, Ohio, , yesterday. j The W. C. T. t". meets tomorrow at Mrs. Sarah A. Unthank's, 21 north tenth .street, at 2 If) p. m. Miss ! race fJriflith of Louisville, Ky , will b the quests of Miss ;racei Ilobie in this city for several days. ( Marriajre license issued this after- noon to Alvert Warner Shucraft and Nancy Jane Rrandshaw, Ilitrhrnond. V. A. Reid brinjrs to this otVice the tirst baket of home urown ber ries of the season. They are very line . j The tinal meotinjr of the History club of the hih school will take p'ai-e this evenir.r at 7:1.". The pub lic is cordially invited to attend. At the Alumni meetine tomorrow ovoniiiir the address will by Clarence liurkhart of Waukejran, Ilk, and a .... 1..11 MKm wi.l Ik reau oy .uiss r.inoi Coleman. The Arjrus, the hijrh school paxr, came out today. It is a creditable numU r and ail tho3e who are con nected with the publication deserve oreat credit. RoU-rt Seeder this morning tele graphed his mother that he has passed all the examinations at West I'oint. No further particulars have been received. Miss Kdna Crckett of Knights town, Miss Jennet te Crockett and Mr. W. I. Haughton of this city formed a dinner party at The West oott last evening. On Wednesday morning at ! oolock Ollicer William Lawler will U' marriel to Miss Mary McManus, at St. Mary's church, Rev. Father McMullen olliciatintr- A. L. Hibln-rd left this morning for Rullalo. N. Y. He will visit the Fan-American ex(Ksition. He will also visit friends in Detroit and To ledo before returning home. On Juno2itdat the l'hillips opera house the annual sermon before the ni' mbeis of the I! Ik 1"'. will take place. Rev. C. F. Williams of lndi anapolis will deliver the sermon. An excursion from 1 ndiauajiolis will lie run 011 that date. (ieorge Young has completed the painting of the freight depot and water trnk of the C, R. & M. in this city. The colors are yellow and black. The same colors will bo used mi all work of this character along the entire line of the C, R. fe M. The commissioners adjourned on Saturday and will not be in session again until the 22d, which will lie bridge day The only bridge to come before them at this time will Ik t he ( ! reensfork bridge located near the Hranson Harris farm. It is to cost t;.uoo. The dozen liquor license granted lv the commissioners at this term are toing taken out Unlay. A saloon man says that when all bill are paid, including attorney's fees, and the li censes hang on the walls, the licenses have cost the purchasers? I'M) apiece, There are fifty saloons in Richmond, making the sum of $20,000 which goes into the treasuries from that source each year. On tomorrow evening a reception will lo given at the rooms of Fred Itrowne in the K el ley block in honor of Prof. Schliewen. The invitations are out. Mr. Sehliewen has been coining hero each week from Cincin nati for nearly a year, and the care ful conscientious work ho has boon doing is beginning to give ample evidence in the numlvr of his pupils who are cone tig to the front music ally, and this little reception is a graceful earnest that it is appreci ated. Mrs. Koch, trance clairvoyant ami trumiM-t medium, gives private sittings daily at 202 north seventh street. 0-3t. Sate re'kers at Work. Seymour. Ind.. June 10. The safe in the otlice of the Seymour company was blown oien and alnnit S150 in cash. ; diamond pin worth S15o anil some valuable papers taken. The pa pers were found in a yard in the east ern part of the city, under some bushes, where they had tMon thrown by the ileemi: burglars after examina tion. Suspicion rests on throe men that had been in town two or threw days on tin pretense of siekin "um brellas to mend." Hroke the Keconl. Indianapolis. Ind., June 10. As an evidence of the trtMWth of the banking business in Indianapolis throujrh the addition of the Columbia National bank, the clearimr house returns Satur day showed a marked Increase over any other period in its history. Clear ings for the week cudin June S were ?'.i.i'sll.:Vl.,i. I'or the preeeed'.ni: week the clearings were 5.NC,!r'7.i4. The largest cUariucs of any previous week were those of the week endinc May 11. which amounted to ?v4oo. :i7 '2. Therefore last week was the banner clear inn week of the city' his tory. These li mires are taken to show a rapid increase in the general busi ness of the city. 77 TO 721 MAIN ST. RICHMOND IND JUST ILL ACCEPT IT All P.ut Certain That Cubans Will Arre' to Piatt Aint'iblnifiit. RADICALS COMING OVER The Last Few Iays Have Wmnrrht a lieci Ud C halite In Attitude ot 1'ehirates. Ditter Arraignment ot the Washing ton Government Is Not So Pronounced. Havana. June 1 . - -The Conservative rneinlwrs of the constitutional conven tion are absolutely cotui.lent that the I'latt amendment will ! accepted and that several radicals will Join with the l." delegates who have heretofore voteil ill favor of acceptance. The last few days si-em to have brought almt a dochlisl chance iu the attitude of ilelejj.-ttes who ha. I been bitterly ar ral'iiin;: the Washington ovcinuient for rejecting the convention's interpre tations of the uiueinlnii-nt. The strong pressure from the outsi.le brought to bear upon the convention to finish its business ainl to place the country on a settleil basis has ha.l an excellent effect upon the ItailU-als, m.lucini: them to accept the inevitable; ainl some of them now arirue that it would !h- perhaps better to accept the amend ment, hopinir for some form of iude jwuilenee. than to prolong the military M-cupafioti of the island. The convention is in secret session today. It Is expected that several days will elapse before a vote is taken. Siel Another Opportunity. Washington. June lu. The I'nited States has taken advantage of another opportunity to urire the jvowers inter ested iu the settlement of the Chinese matter to submit the controversy to The HaiMic tribunal. Word was re ceived from 'oiiiuiissioner Koekhill at the state department asking for per inissioii to urce the submission to the tribunal before the assembled minis ters, and permission for him to do so was granted. From the reports which have been received at the state de partment, it is evident that the repre sentatives of the towers are unable to reach anything like an agreement, mid in the practical deadlock which has been reached the sternest i.ni has been made that The Ilairue tribunal would be an impartial one which could well take up all matters now involved and adjust them without fear of bias in favor of anv nation. I in in ijj rants lor I'liili.ines. Washimrtoii, .tune lo. - The total number of immigrants arrivins; at Ma nila from July to November, 1!ko, was ;..'-. of whom .".07 were females. )f the total number arrivinir. o.oi'iU had been ill the l'hilippines, 'i.o'VJ I'ould neither read nor write, and 1,517 brought s:'." or more in money. Of the total number arriving during said pe riod, 4.lol were Chinese, .".'.it Ameri cans, Spanish, Hi; laiirlish and 2 Japanese. No ItesM'Cter of I'ersons. Moscow, June lo. .The Russian gov ernment has been arresting and send in into 'xile prominent persons sus pected of complicity In revolutionary agitation. A mom; them is Count I5ro bynsky, a descendant of Catherine the Croat. It.ist; IlALLi Itesult of Cut-rent tJauies and Stand ing of the Clubs. NATIONAL Ia;AGLK. rtiitis. rit. h. rs. n. n.n. Otniiiu... VVn.l.1.11 (i 12 4 ltronkij ii, ltus'li. s 7 lo 1! CiiH-liiimti. I'hiliij.s, Uusie 13 7 5 New Yelk, l'li.vk- 2Tj 31 1 STANt'lM! !' CI.VUS. Played. Ml u. Lost. Tct. Npw York . . Cincinnati . . Iitttmri: . . . t'lOladeiptOil llruoklyii St. l...iis ... itoston Cliii-ai;. .... .t;i.t .."71 . J .f.ta ..Vii .4s7 .40H 15 1 1 is IS 1; is 21 in IS is 1J 13 .40 am t: n i can ijamcs scii.'iluK'd. i.i:.viiix. No STAXl'IM; Ol" CLUBS. 1'laye.l : Won. Lost. Pet. ChicM ir . . . . . VVHshinirt.'li let..it ..... ItaUini.'re . . l'..st,u 1 "U i : a . 1 i j 1 1 1 a Milwaukee . . Cleveland . . . 2i is III iu 17 14 1-' la 13 ; ir. Hi 1! .0!7 .r.si .57.1 .7m .472 .:i7'. :u . . ..U . . .:u . . ..'; . . . .a . . . 'M V KSTI'liX ASSOCIATION. Clulis. l'it. liers. U. U.K. 1'li-st cianit? I..iuisvi!l.. Vetter 8 9 1 tieelUj. streit 2 3 1 S.-cund l.amt'- Louisviile, Paili-y 5 ft 3 Wheel! nit. lrvui 4 pj 4 First tonne I:crtin. Ci.Ksw. ll rt 15 4 Marten. Vasl.iader 3 lu 1 - S. nj IJante I'a.Tt..n. Wicker 11 13 2 Mari..n. VaMn.ler ;t 10 j Pert Wayne. I'aiii.ls s 7 o Indiana)!. ,hs. A i lew ay 4 t 4 C'duuilm. Willi. I:u u 14 o ToU-d., l'ardeii 2 G 3 STANl'INi; OF CUES. Played. W.m. Lost. Tct. In4'ar:ir"h 41 2 i;i .;s;i Whe!nn: 42 2 1; .;i: Louisviiie 4:t 2.1 IS ..1t Ihtrt'li 4.1 20 20 ..V T-ile.1' 17 22 .4.'!; F,.rt Wav ne 42 Is 24 .42s Mari.'ii 1.; - .41 t'uiuiiihus 41 1.1 2d .aiT Ready mixed paint, the kind that is satisfactory ever time, --'t " M. C. Price RECEIVED $10,000 AT STARE Widow Seeks 3Iale In Mis to llreak Will Favor of ions. AN INTER KSTINC5 CASE Sirs. Cynthia Hampshire Alleges That Her Late II nsbamliWas a Victim ot I ndue Influence. And the Money That He Left to sions She Relieves Should Be Hers. Mis- Ix'iiansport, Ind.. June 1. The Am erican Christian Missionary society, with headquarters In Cincinnati, may or may not be out sio.uoo, the result dependim; on the verdict of a jury now 1. earing the evidence In the case of Cynthia II. Hampshire vs. William II. Kvermau. executor of the last w ill and testament of John Hampshire, and the American "hristian missionary society. The demand is to set aside the will of Hampshire, thealleiratioiis Win:.' undue intlueiu e used during the last illness of the dii-easil. Hampshire left an es tate of probably $-1 1.000 and jjavi- otie third to his wife. Cynthia, and the rest to the American Christian missioimry sim iety. The widow seeks to break the will and is resisted by the society above named. The case has now taken im Severn I davs time and will probab ly iro to the jury tomorrow uiu'ht. CAl'llAL IMIC! Our Indianapolis. Correspondent Has Ait InteresiiiiK lludcet. Indianapolis, June lo. Indianapolis is usually considered the center of political limitation in Indiana, but just at present more politics is talked in Newcastle iu 1111 hour than is talked in Indianapolis in a day. and the lUmdy House is the vortex, of political limitation iu that fair city. Kvery uiht such old political cronies as Charles Hernly. chairman of the Ke publicilli st;ite committee. Ku'ene II. Htmdy, ex .lml'e Mark l'orkner. Thus. U. Millikan and Stale Senator .cburn meet there to discuss affairs of state, and there is no denying that this little coterie has coiisi. ler ble Influence in shaping the trend of state polities. Just now their provailins theme is the candidacy ,,f Mr. Millikan for the uoni inatioii for treasurer of state, and if ever a man had the solid and enthu siastic support of his home people. Mr. Millikan has that honor in its broadest sense. Senator Unburn says: "Henry county, that has never elected anyone but a lie publican to county of fice, has never had an oflieer under the capitol dome, and we believe it is time we well- beimr recognized. Mr. Millikan will have the solid support not only of his county, but of the Sixth district, and he is a man that will work quietly and effectively, day and night, from now until election day." Newcastle seems wrapped up in the candidacy of Mr. Millikan. and is sort of allowing I". A. Cotton, candidate for the nomination for superintendent of public ins! ruction, to shift for him self. Mr. Cotton married an estimable Newcastle girl and lived there once, but the Henry county politicians con nected with the local organization say he has lost his identity with Newcastle by living so long at Indianapolis, and that he should make his candidacy from Marion county. Senator Iteveridge maintains no reg ular residence in Indianapolis, but usu ally stops while here at the residence of Horace ltetmett. an old friend. He broods a great deal over the death of his wife, to whom he was most fondly attached. He has been criticised for remaining in Washington while she was .very ill, but it is now known that the physicians purposely deceived him by reporting her condition favorable when it was al.olutely hopeless. This was done at her request, for she did not wish to m any way impede Ins Xmblie work. It is interesting to know- that in the campaign of Is'os in this state the senator submitted to the Ko- publican state committee his idea of a draft of a money plank, declaring for the gold standard unequivocally, without reference to international agreement." It was rejected as u littltt too far in advance of the times. Imt exactly the same provisions have since Iieen inserted in most 01 the llepub licau platforms. A sword that has come all of the way from the Philippines has just ar rived at the office of Senator Itever idge in this city. It is addressed to the senator. It Iw-ars evidence of long usage. The handle is elegantly mount ed in told and silver. A card attached Ix-urs the name of Lieutenant S.irver of the regular army. It is supposed that the sword has a history with which the senator is familiar. It will !e added to Ids interesting and elab orate collection of I'hilippine relics, which is now in Washington. Seward l.ightner. treasurer of Lake county. Wiio was here yesterday, con firms the reirt that the railroads and the rich laud companies of I.ake coun ty have reached a compromise by which the land companies will con struct the canal N-tween the lake and the Calumet river, following the plan provided in the Calumet canal bill in the last legislature. " Rubber garden and lowest figures 8-2t nose. tebt qua; 'it, M. C. Pbp K. 100 DOUBLE FACED SMYRNA RUGS, WORTH S2.00. YOUR CHOICE WHILE THEY LAST ova ee our Line of Skirts The "PEOPLE'S Cali o, the ao quality, Ik' yards to a customer. . Apron gicghams. Lauras er good? Shirt va sts with new Bis-Ii- p sletV'S, stjle?, llio iOi kiud ;;hirf waist?, choice line of loe kind Mus'in uuderwear. all niets rtduc Special. Fine lawn?, n af, prttty patterns Ladies' hose. bla k. fast colors lO kind Duck s-kiitito;.', teat pattern?, l-'-'C quality Percales, choice pattern-, uo aLd 7e goods Silkoliues, choice styles. 10c. goods AI L THESi: AND MANY MOKE THIS W ELK. THE PEOPLE'S STORE. STORE OPEN EVERY E TIMING YOUR TRAIN. IVhjh In Which to I.arn Hum- Past i ou Are '1 r 1 1 it u. "There has leeii some picturesque fiction written about the ease with which railroad men and drummers are supposed to tick off fhe in: l as the train speeds along from things tiny can set' from the car windows," said a railroad conductor to a reporter. "There is only one strictly accurate way. and that is to seat join si if on the side of the :r::in from which iikay be observed the white mile posts that line the road and hold your watch on them. If you have a split second watch, it will prove interesting to note that while ton made one mile In Co seconds the next was covered in and tin third in 7" seconds, and so on. as the speed of the tram increase's or slack ens. You nuiv also follow around the little second hand on an ordinary watch. It K i lis; 1 hue. "Some pretend to say that they can tell the speed of the train by counting the telegraph poles. If there were an exact number of telegraph poles to ev ery mile, this might be done by a little figuring, but there is a difference. The number of teh giaph poles to a mile vary from :i." to 40. depending upon the straight stretches Mini the curves in the track, the latter having more poles than the former. So. you see. It is not as easy as the drummer would have the ether pa-seiigeis believe. "If the ImiIcs are planted o.'5 to the mile, the.v arc leu feel .apart, and every 11 passed repiesents a th rd of a mile. If placed lO to a mile, they are lo'g feet apart, and every I'O represents half a mile. "These nr easy figures to remember, and by applying them on a journey a passenger may obtain nn idea more or less accurate of the speed of the train. "Another way is to attempt to count the clicks of the wheels of the truck of your car as they pass over the rails where joined The rails of the rends ns placed today are too evenly Joined to arrive at an exact determination by this method, because if you miss two or three joints your calculations are thrown out as to nccnrt.cy. "However, there are railroad men w ho cannot tell you the number of rails to the mile of fheir own roads, ami rails vary In length, the average being oO feet, some "..' feet and some (jo feet. At So feet there an- 170 rails to the mile, and if you can count 17i eonsecu the clinks as your train flies along you may determine ils speed and not other wise." Washington Star. SCREEN SCREEN DOORS - - 75c EACH Well made, complete with knob, hook and hinges, delivered your house. AdjustablelWindow Screens - - - - ' - - 20, 25, 30, 35, 40c each The best Adjustable Screen made. We Also take'orders for screens for all kinds of building. Jones Hardware Co. 923-929 North E St. Corner Tenth ANNIVERSARY CONTINUED THIS WEEK. 3Ac 4ic 37c 50c 4c 7c 10c 5c 8:C Men's shirts, eoft fronts, fast colors, long s-Ueves, long skirts Men's work shirts, good value Men's untlei wear, fauey colors, li'tc kind Men'? Trousers All at li'dueed Pi ices. Men $ oik jackets Men's Socks, spe ial. .'J pair for Ladies' wrapper p. well uutde, neat j nt tetts, t ur il.10 V ii d d. Ladies w rappt rs. choice hue sdy!es, $1.'J5 kind Ldios' wrarpeis, haLdtcme liue. f 1.50 khti VCNINC. I have now a supply of anthracite coal ci mine;. Please ive me a call ami I will ojve you prices for June delivery low as the lowest. Philip Hkookkxs, 7 tf soutn sixth street. HIS INDIGNATION. Only n llrule mild l et Wonll Stnnl In I ar. The rushed man of affairs jumicd on the car. The passenger next to the UM.r got off. and he made a dive lor the vacnto.l seat, never once casting en a glance at the half dozen women clinging desperately to the straps as they were jerked this way and yank ed that. He hid himself behind his paper, and ail things else sank into complete oblivion so far as the man of jiff airs was concerned. It muttered nothing lo him whether the woman iu front of him sighed as her tired hands clung to the strap over his head with grim determination. She could have stood there forever, and the man would never have as much as turned a pity ing glance upon her. "Well, my dear, are you tired to night V asked the wife of the man of affairs as they seated themselves at dinner. "th. no, not especially." "Well. I am tired-Just tired out to night." "Been overdoing It again, I suppose. Von must be more careful. Avoid all unnecessary exertion, my dear, or we will have a doctor's bill." "I had such a trying experience to day. A man made me stand up In the car for go blocks. My hands were nil cramped and tired, and I wus nearly death Such 11101 bhould Lie auhatued of themselves." "oil. you tind such people every where. Only a brute would let a wo man stand in a ear," Indignantly ob served the man of affairs. 'Iid you find the paKr Interesting?" she Inquired sweetly. New York Sun. Holding; lllmarlr Rack. "For a man who doesn't work." said the housekeeper, "you have a pret'.j good apietite." "Yes. ma'am," replied Hungry Hlg s:ina. "I (tit's why I don't work. If I did. dey wouldn't be uw satisfyln me." Philadelphia Record. Hatrlrtlonn. toil believe In etiquette to a degree at least, don I you "Oh. yes. When a man glvct another man a dinner, he oughtn't to trj to borrow money of him until the nest day." Chicago Record Herald. DOOR & SALE SALE Special Low prices On Skirts STOKE 35 50c 25c 25c 25c 10c 75c $1,00 SI.25 404 Nortn 8th St. DEPOSITORS ar not re quired to malittai large balance to tti credit. This company adll open an account with you, receiving mall um, and allowing a l.beral Internal on saving de posit. CJ J I3NNIE S. IBAUGH, . . DRESSMAKER Fur Work A Specialty IQ N. 8th St. As we already know next season's styles of Fur Vrais, now is the time to have alterations mmle ln-fore laying furs away. Facilities for making Furs are much let ter now than in the Fall. People's Exchange. APVKR I ISKM KNTH under ihe head 01 ""nti il Situation, male or female hel" wn!e1. leal, wt en not ricei-illng four linea, In aerusl free in tt.efe eoluma All "il" for reef elve salea, houpea for rert, financial ami rniacUam-oaa aauti lnaeru-d for 6 cenia a line e-h Inaertion. Storage Ground floor sixteenth and Main, Verne Smith. tf IysT- Saturday evening on Main street, a pink silk collar: Will the finder please return it to this office. WINDOW