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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY. OCTOliEB 3, ltOl. i 1- OUR CONSTANT AIM IS TO SELL THE BEST GOODS ... IN THE MARKET . . . New . . . Malaga Grapes First of tne Season, and very fine. john f. McCarthy L 1BEE HIVE GROCERY! i - - FINK Ql'AKITY - - B PLAIN BAKED BEANS f LAItUR Lit. CAN'S lOc. 4b BEST JERSEY SWEET POTATOES JO CENTS I'EIi PECK. NEW YORK CREAM CHEESE FINEST EVER CUT, 15c LB. IV TOr GET IT AT THE BEE HIVE, IT'S CiOOIJ. m c o W. E. HASTINGS g Q-9'vP e-&&0 :0tf 0'QOQ 00o POINTER ON . . . SEWER PIPE For Sewer Pipe and Fitting in all Sizes see MATHER BROS. CO. PHONES 1. Now that the fall season is coming it will be necessary to rid the house of some of its old, worn out furniture and replac . ins them with new, up-to-date furniture. YOU NEED A DESK? Old letters and bills all over the house no place to put 'em the right desk only a few dollars. t. See our Painty, Diking Designs "We have them in profusion. ' 1881 DAILY SUltKKT KEPOKT Prevailing 1'rn,-. or Orain. lrovis ioit ih1 tivet.HK.-k. n Oct. liHtianaMIi train and Livestock. Whfsr VS"U,i.x-; No. 2 red. weak. TOc Corn N -j m.xed. fee. (tein Kiria; No. miieti, it.hi Catile Iu:i t .70il. II.is steady at joait,.".). Hheep :teily at i..ifct-l.5. Chicago Graia aiitl Provision. Wheat Oct- lec. ..... Aiar t -j ct 1 ee. ... - my ... lUtK.Ufd.1 Closed. lift. . . . 1 1-C. Mir ... i-.rii -( let. . . . J n u. ... Way lurcl Oct. . . . J:n. May Kib Oct. Jan. Muy I .33 .37 14 M S 87 o -.- ....... J o .67 .547i .5-vs 14 25 15 (i7 9 77 y u 17 8 55 S 8 uj Closing onsh mark- Wheat, 67c; corn. 54V: ""I. S33ic; pott, J14.:ii; lard, $J.7: ribs, $..V. Lmusville Oram aixl Livestock. Wheat No. 2 red aui hmsnerry, ilc. -No. white, smic; No. mixed. Ccirn- Out No. 2 mixed. 4r; No. 2 white, 41c Cuttle Dull at S2.-J.Vgl.! HI. Hogs Slow at 4.5ik,ji,.',h. iic- Sl(w at a:N2.T5. Ijimbs Steady at 2-tsi4.50. Cincinnati Grain and Livestock. Wheat Easy; No. 2 led, 73c. Com Qu;et; No. 2 miied. (c. Outs Kuwy; No. 2 m3ed, Hiic. Cattle L..er at 1.7."i5.25. Hup-Dull at ti.TiiXiiti.;:,. Slicep Steady at 3F1.2.'li:t.25. Lambs Steady at -.-jj l.oO. Chicago Livestock. Cottle St ea.'.y; steers, $44t6.60; ers and f.-elers, 2.2.V4. Hogs Slow at 4it;.S7l, Sheep Lower at $3.2.V(i3.75. Lambs Steady at 2.0og4.75. stock- New York Livestock. Cattle Dull at 3.6Ofct5.80. Hogs Firm at jft7.15. Shei Steady at tJ.5tKVi3.75. Lambs Steady at 4.2.(;i-i.3G. F.art llufl'alo Livestock. Cuttle- Stcaiy at 3.S Kjio-Ssa Hogs Slow at 1.7.45. Sheep I mil at 3.1.Vi3.65. Lamb-Dull at $4u.4.ts. Toledo Grain. Wheat Puli: cash, 72"s,c; Dec., Corn Active; No. 2 cash, 5tc Outs Dull; No. a cash. 3T',4c . 73c LATEST C I OT 4TIONS. Chicago, 111., Oct. 3. Wheat, 67 Corn, 55 J. Oats, 3. i Toledo, O., Oct. 3. Wbeat, 71.1. eopleVxch a n g e. All advertisements under the above head, such as "wanted," "for sale." lost," &c, will be given one insertion free, to Palladium subscribers. Storage Ground floor, sixteenth and Main. Vern Smith. tf OLIVER HARLAN LONG. O'iver Harlan Lon was born in Bethel, Ind., July 15th, 1683," and de parted this life September 17ih. 1901, aeed 13 years, 2 months and 2 days. He has left to mourn his ul timely death parents, Kracdparents and other relatives and a vast concourse of friends. He was buried in baptism into Christ, February 22, 1S98. He graduated from the c mmon school at He'hel in 1S97, and fr:.m the hiah school at Whitewater, 1900. In his school life he was a ways studious and diligent and by his kind disposition endeared himself to his teachers and schoolmates. His life was short but he accomplished a great good and while we would desire that Goi had permitted him to live with us longer, yet we know the world has been made better by Lis having lived. de was well educated and had th energy to push forward and do wht he underto k, aid hi uiief life is an inspiration to his 3-oui acquaint ances. The world needs such young men as he was, but we reali2e that he who is best prepared to live is best pre pared to die. Ollie was a noble Christian young man and had the strength of charac ter to ride above the temptations and vices of this life. He held the love and esteem of his employers and at the time of his death was about to be pro moted to a position of responsibility ' for one so young, and while his fam ily are heartbroken at his sudden de parture yet they may justly frel proud of the grand example of his pure life. Only be true ana loyal to the sweet influt nee of his pure Chris tian life and noble character of young manhood. May God help us to live it. Just as he was entering the years of accountability and responsibilities of a busy world ihat was opening be fore him and the care cf o le or whom to honor was his chief delight he passed away from joung man hood to immortal argelho d. When he first tame to Ricbmord he was loyal from hrst to last. He hd not been with us long until we Uarned to love Lim. Kind, gentle, loving was his disposition, firm, true to tte faith and hope that was planted in his bosom at old Bethel. A will ing mind a ready heart for any and all kinds of work. Our S S looses a faithful and consecrated teacher. He labored earnestly in leading youcg men to their Savior. This young man was a gift of cheer and loveliness to his home, his church and the world with whom he came in contact. This mother's love has learned the noblest lesson taught by the Savior sacrifice. r We Are Always Anxious To have our goods compared with other makes that invariably is our best and n nges t argument . We tell of the vari : ous qualities of the Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothing, and then ask you to come and examine the garments, look at every feature, test all our claims. Our line is much more than we have ever said of it. Yoke, Varsity, Riton .and Regular Over coats are special, features. Q $10 to $22 - - John F. Davenport . . Auctioneer. T"ms Reasonable. SKK ME. I!KslEtE 5 S. P2TII. 'KW PHONEliJW. nitllMO.M). There will be an oyster supper ; t Brehm's hall Tuesday, October b, given by Third M, E. choir. 15c. 2 3t. Low Rate Excursion to Indllnapolis vi Pennsylvania Lines. Sunday, October 6th, the last ex cursion of the season to Indianapolis via Pennsylvania lines will leave Richmond at 8:20 a. m., central time. Round trip ratefl. ELECTRICAL M'1'I'I.IKS AX1J . . . CO N fSTU t'CTIO N. Gas Engine JIATTJCUIES and i . ItEXJG AVALS. Xorman Baughman & Co. 5 MAIN ST. HOME PHONE 1859. Se7 "Ts I Wanted A gentleman to occupy a nicely furnished froDt room, up stairs. Call at 120 south seventh. i i Lost On last Sunday, two col ored shirts, two towels, handkerchief and collar. Finder leave at 634 south tenth street and get reward. Foa Rent Four furnished rooms AOC 2 ha for housekeeping. 115 north tenth Ul OLUVCb QIC street. 3 3t 1902 Styles Lost Coat and bank book on Mid- dleooro pike. Returt to this office. J Wanted Bjarderi at 215 south i fifth street. Private entrance. i For Sale Seal cape and walkicg skirt, at jU30 Main street. Gilbert T. Dunham, The Lead ins Furniture Dealer 627 and 629 main Street now in and are Beauts How One Town Is Ron. The town of Shueway, 111., has no need of an extensivt excise bureau. It has one saloon, wbieb pays a license ! of $700 for th exdusive privilege of. selling: drinks. Tlii nioney is used in j buildin? brick sklftvalk.s. The town ' has D3 regular Hlicemen. but each alderman, the major and the saloon keeiKT have polic powers. The oulj I salaried official is the city clerk, who gets $13 a year. Britons Smoke Their Own Cigrara. The trade in Brtish cijrars ha bene fited considerably wif bin recent years. At one time the saoking a Hritish cijiar by any individua was regarded as a particularly dariic feat to be admired, but not imitatedThings have changed since then, and w the British cigar. If not the equal jf the Havana, is de cidedly superior to most continental j brands. LondonEspress. Possessing Every Imaginable Can't be beat on the globe for Beauty, Style Finish, Cost or Saving of Fuel. This is one of many styles we have, but every one is par excellence itself. Large line of Steel Ranxs and Cooks, and A guarantee bond with each. - m Jf onas HsLircl wsiire Qoo CIAL SALE ----- i T0M0I Ladies' very fine all wool FRENCH FLANNEL WAISTS, late styles, finely tailor-made, perfect fitting, black and colors, worth and cheap at regular sale $2.50; to-rnorrow t.i 1. IVL JONES & CO., 717 TO 721 MAIN ST , RICHMOIMiD.