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RICHMOND DAILV PALLADIUM FRIDAY v XOYEMBEIt S, 1901.
OUB CONSTANT AIM IS TO SELL THE BEST GOODS ... Ill THE MARKET ... -C Vegetables ARE NOT ALL GON E. YOC CAS GET ALMOST ANYTHING YOU WAST HERMETICALLY SEALED IN TIN. AND OK GOOD QUALITY, TOO ...... A good Cora, 10 cents per can. A good Pea, 10 cents cer can. A good String Bean, 10 cents per can. We have better good, but these are good values, and quality is all right. john f. McCarthy ir L DEE HIVE 6B3CERYI g Genuine Dill Pickles - - 'Eff GtXHW. PER 1K)Z. 5 CESTS New English Walnuts - ' Q VERY FINEST QCALlTY. PER LB. 80 CENTS New Almonds - - per lb. so cents New York Buckwheat Flour - FINEST WK EVER OWNED. 5e LB. LBS. 25 CENTS 1 IF YOtT GET IT AT W. E. HASTINGS 8 COCCOC0-4OaoOSOQOOOQOO0O0OO THE BE K HIVE, IT'S bOOU. J&L. 77fEISOPS3? YVniA -FOUNDATION 1 iiiM v2ZZ DRESSED I i. too f a - If l.'iwl twos NEW IN DESIGN AND STYLE, RELIABLE IN MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP IS OUR HORSE HIDE ENAMELS S3.50 $4.00 $5.00 HAISLEY'S SHOE STORE 820 MAIN MATHER BROS. CO. FOR BEST QUALITY LOWEST PRICES BY THE TON OR CARLOAD PHONES 49 t New Books... Large shipment of WALL . . PAPER spring styles just received Fountain Pens The best made. Every pen is guaranteed to "write all right." Artistic Picture Fram- ing a specialty. Ellwbocl Morris & Co. 720 Main St First Accident. The first accident in the construc tion of the municipal electric light plant occurred yesterday afternoon. A man named Graham was the vic tim. He is working for the New Castle bridge company who have the sub-contract for putting up the trus ses in the building and was working in the coal bins in the second story. He was climbing a ladder which was standing too straight aid started to fall. He stepped hack and through a hole, falling a distance of twenty feet..His right wrist was broken. He was taken to the hospital. . Health Office. Diphtheria is reported in the fami .y of James Garrett, 739 north fif teenth street, Sophronia, aged -12 years. Diphtheria is reported in family of John Fitzgibbors, 43 south seventh street, Rhea, aged 5 years. All advertisements tinder the above bead, such as "wanted," "for sale." lost," &c, will be gien one insertion free, to Palladium subscribers. Storage Ground floor, sixteenth and Main. - Vera Smith. tf Wasted A seamstress at the "Wes toot t. Call for housekeeper. For REXTOffice and room, No. 12 south tenth. sleeping Wasted Good girl bv family of two, 104 south thirteenth.' 8-2t DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Dacb- Elmer, infant son of Mr. and Mrs Harry D?ub, died this moraine at the home of his parents. 417 south seventh street, of inanition. The funeral will take place Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock and will be private. Interment at Lutherania. Staxley Zachariah J. Stanley died early this morning at his home 3 miles south of the city in Union county, of pneumonia, aged 82 years. Time of funeral announced Saturday. Bishoff The funeral of Mr.Bishoff will tf Saturday afternoon from the home. 4 IK south tenth street, at 1:30 at d 2 o ci k at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Rev. Huber officating In terment u.t Lutherania. Friends may call this evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. Hilbert Toler, who has been for years connected with the Magaw drug store on the avenue, is prepar ing to open in business for himself in the corner room formerly occupied by E. H, Allison, corner fifteenth and Main streets. Heexpects to pet open for business by the first of De cember. His place at Magawjswill not be filled before next spring. EDWARD'S CORONATION. Royal Rule That Will Gortr. the Coatnmti en Tbat Occasion. The rules and regulations governing wiat Is to be worn at the coronation f King Kdward next year have Just been issued by the earl marshal. Among other things there is a eurious gradua tion in the fur trimmings of the robes which emphasizes the flue distinctions existing in the ranks of the aristocracy. All the peers hare been notiflcj that their robes must be of "crimson velvet, edged with minever. V.r cae furred with minever pure and niliT'l with bars or rows of ermine, aecui.u ti their degree." Here follow the numerical gradua tions distinguishing between the ranks: Barons are allowed two rows of ermine, viscounts two and a half rows, earl three rows, marquises three and a ball rows and dukes four rows. All the man tles and robes must be worn over ful! court dress, uniform or regimentals. The earl marshal's order banishes coun terfeit pearls and all jewels from coro nets, which are to be "silver gilt, the caps of crimson velvet, turned up with ermine, with gold tassels on top. N Jewels or precious stones are to be set in eoronets nor counterfeits of pearls Instead of silver balls." The number of the latter permitted revives a nice sens of distinction. A baron's coronet bears six silver balls, a viscount's sixteen, as earl's eight, - with gold strawberry leaves between; a marquis four balls and four leaves alternately; a duke's coronet has no balls and has only eight gold strawberry leaves. The earl marshal next prescribes th robes, mantles and coronets to be worn by the ieeresses. These are of the same materials as the uieu"s, with similar graduations in the number of bars oi ermine and balls. The length of the train marks the difference in rank. A baroness is allowed a train of only three feet, a viscountess has one and a quarter yards, a countess has one and a half yards, a marchioness has one and three-quarter yards and a duchess twe yaris. GOLD IN THE KLONDIKE. Plenty There. Saya the Inspector of the British Vnkon Mines.. Placer mining in the Klondike is yet In its Infancy, according to Dr, A. C. Robertson, inspector of the British Yukon mines, who has Just come out. He says; -As a placer paying proposition the Klondike has yet. in my judgment, twenty years of life, and for the nest ten years the annual output of gold will continue fr; in $15,000,000 to $20, 00O.0O0i.By means of the dredge, steam shovel and hydraulic dredging I think every foot of ground heretofore work ed in the Klondike will be reworked. This will be done of course in the summer. In fact, with the introduction of machinery the Klondike Is getting to be more and more a summer camp. "In view of these Improved condi tions one must realize tbat they have only begun to-open up' the Klondike. The output will continue large. There will be no perceptible decrease In the yield for ten years, though the max imum output in a single-year may have been passed. I expect to see great things accomplished by steam shovels and hydraulic operatlotwr The latter, of course, require a lot of water, the supply of which, when exhausted In the creeks, will be from the Klon dike river. One of the best indications that the Klondike is Jo be long lived is to be found in the permanent and very extensive purchase of Improve ments. The new administration under Governor IIoss is making wonderful Improvements. Expenditure for roads alone this season exceeds $250,000. "The reduction of the royalty from 10 to 5 per cent, with an exemption of $5,000. has been a material faetor in bringing alout an increase In the an nual output of the Klondike, and with in twelve mouths I look to see the royalty abolished altogether and an export duty of 2 per cent substituted. This will force the establishment of an assay office in Dawson." San Francis co lljronicle. -Atralt Apples. South Australian apples are now sold In European markets at from 5 cents to 10 cents each, choice ones even high er. The apples are packed and shipped In small, long boxes containing l- each. They are wrapped separately in tissue paper and are packed in wood wool (excelsior) and the leaves of corn husks. --'-. v - . -V The fli 00SDER DEPARTMENT STORE. Northeast Corner Sixth and Main Sts. Id the race for suprf macv in value giving TI1C nnCCn has neJd the enp from th start! Firm devotion to a policy of liberal con- Hit llUlJ0ll.lt fid-ration for the wants of the public, and stout adheieue to the principles of honorable merchandising have won tor the Hoosier .... SEVEN MONTHS of uninterrupted success. Seven months of constant public endorsement. Ladies' seal plush, mercerized lined, fur trimmed capes $1 28 Saal plush, fancy beaded and braided $2 48 Ladies' Kersey capes, blue and red, fur - trimmed $1 25 Heavy beaver capes $1 98 Double rapes, cloth, fur trin in d and braided 98 Fur trimmed beaver capes 50 Double cape, extra long, far trimmed and braided $1 SO Extra long crush seal plush, fur tiimmed 95 98 Fur boa, rix tails $1 SO Fine electric seal, marten trimmed col larettes - $4 OO Fine electric seal, maiten trimm -d eol- larettes, 8 tails $4 98 Wry nice walking skirt, brsfy k th - Si 25 Exrra heavy walking skirt, 8-in. flounce-$1 98 Fine kersey cloth walkiug skirt, S-inch flour ne 2 98 Beautiful heavy gray kersey skirts f 3 BO Beautiful kerseys, stin trimmed flounce $2 98 Ladies' dress skirts in blue, red. greer " and black novelties $ I 98 Good heavy petticoats ...... 48 Fiue mercer ztd saWn petticoats, P8 1 $ t 48 Be.utiful shadow silk skLts.. - -1 Met's ducp coats - - Mn's duck coats and vests Alen's 12 cz duck coats in black Men's duck overcoats ... Ladies' fur trimmed Romeo house clip pers, blue, black, red and brown - Ladies' fur trimmed black Juliette3 ... Ladies' fur trimmed slippers in brown rnd black Ladies' dongola beaver top shoes, warm lined . Ladies beaver top, common sense toe. warm lined sboes $1 Ladies' dongola kid, beaver top, warm Littln girls' extra hflvy calf skin shoe?. button or lace, 98 and $1 25 Men's rolled edge snag proof felts and overs ..$1 98 Men's light weight rubber boots, first quality $2 50 98 75 91 98 98 98 75 75 25 98 Always bargains in the Dry Goods Dnartment. Remember, yon can always bny more for less money at the Hoosier than aiy place else in town. A. W. GREGG, Cor. 6th and Main, Richmond REMEMBER SATURDAY IS HOOSIER DAY. A Toti MUST add fruga ity tf you would utaka your industry mora success ful. No at attar w at your earnings may ba, If you 00 aot sava a portion of thorn you aro next door to want. Wo py3 par aant. intarast on Saviaga . Deposits ........ IC1 FOUND AT LAST A. remedy put up in lozenger form and as pleasant to take a its name would imply and a pos i ive cure for Constipation. whfrthr obstinate or occasional Also Oick Headache. Sal low Complexion, Jaun diced Eyes, Offensive Creath.Torpid and Slug gish Liver and Bilious ness. Laxative Chocolat. s will positively cure any of the fthovA conditions. It, is r!e sant to the taste and a purely vege table laxative witn no oaa at er f ffects, nor pain, nor y:ripivs. It is psspntiallv neccessary to good health that the Liver and Bowels be kpt in a clean, reg ular and healthy cordition. and Carter's Laxative Choc olates will aid nature iq the proper discharge of her duties, ard nrevent any mre seriou? complications whirh misht arise irom iacK oi arTeMiou. Tr ia invaluable for children and very delicate womn. and has no nauseous or objection able taste. PRICE. 25 and 50c. Th fi) rfnt box contains two and one-half times the quantity of the 25 cent size. YOUR ABILITY TO'EARN A REGULAR SALARY and the f.ict that you are holding a good position are sufficient assurances that vou can and will pay back lorrowed money. ' Therefore, we should like to loan money to you at any time. Your note will be accepted. No snrety. Secrecy. We also loan on household goods and store fixtures without removal, ami on jewelry, watches, etc., It-ft in pledge. - Easy p.yments, low rates, fair treatment. . We tie a. our clients lib rally in every respect,' and we do not want to be judged by many pe pie whose business is somewhat similar but whote methods are radically different. , lUCOMOXD LOAX CO., KTABI.IHEI 1805. Room 8, Colonial Suilding, S. E. Cor. Main and 7r.h Sts. . .... Home Phone 445. a (Loa'pgle off Excursion to Cincinnati via Pennsylvania Lines., November 18th to 20thj- inclusive. excursion tickets to ciEemiiau win be sold via Pennsylvania Lines, valid returning until November 24th. For details consult local ticket agentsof Pennsj I vat ia lines. . Location) AUCTION SALE OF LUH RING'S GROCERY. 315 SOUTH FIFTH ST. Takes place Thursday at 7 p. m.t and continues every evening until all is sold. ' ' ' .'V '- - B. F. PARSONS, Auctioneer. FOR SALF Two'horses. Inquire of Bert Doyle, 101 Kichmond avenue. -a Jr 1 . - 1 i;illiif! T.Dlllillillll The Furniture Dealer G27 & G29 MAIN GT. The store that ha the stock jw