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RICIIMOXD DAIEV PAELAIIU3r MONDAY OVJEMBEIl 18. 1901.
o o a o J!- OUR CONSTANT AIM IS TO SELL THE BEST GOODS ... IN THE MARKET . . . HICKKTQTT'S ASPARAGUS. Output, 1901, 100,000 cases s Grown on BnuMin Island. California. Unsurpassed for fineness of texture, perfection in flavor, racked in the cleanest, largest and most perfect factories in the world. Tht--are the finest goods packed. v Try one can and you will use more. john f. McCarthy BASE BALL. 15. The new Hay-Paunceiute treat v was signed today by' bteretarv flay fur the Unit Hi States at-d Lord Paunc fote fur Great Britain. Record of The Entre Nous tor I he-season bv' wiireu, ... . i iVashingtoo, D. C. - Nov n. j. uy an I. Will Bvram, secretary of the Entre Nous ball club, supplies the following records of the club for the season just closed. Lovers of the national game will do well to cut ths out and put it away where it will be handy for next s -ason, as theclub will be in the field sir infer than ever bright and early in t e spring. Gamfs piayed, 2,". (iaiui.-s won, IS. Ganirs lost, 7. Per lent. 72i;. BATTIS! AVERAGE. the nose and apparently a fresh gur shot wound in bis left band. A thou sand dollars in money was sewed into his undershirt. He refuses to tJ. The Hay-Pauncefote Treaty NICE JCHEME. A Park Theater, and Athletic . - NeldfOA .Ue4i)iec4f- ban Line. AH MAIN ANO S. lOth. BEE HIVE GROCERY HOES o o o o o o o o Six pounds 25c $3 9 b 6 We have Sweet Cider that is sweet. Per gallon Z5c Sauer Kraut that is sour. Per pound 5c New Sorghum that it sorghum. Per gallon 50c Buckwheat Flour that is buckwheat. IK YOtT (JET IT AT THE HEE HIVE. IT'S GOOD. W. E. HASTINGS o - o o oo o oo o b;o o o ea-o o o o p o o p Vw SMITH & SHERMAN 712 MAIN STREET. Furs and Ladies' Ready-to-wear Garments. This morning's express brought another lot of those handsome ctor 42 inch Coats with fur collar. Another lot of those 42-inch Mountainacs in all sizes. See our 27-inch Tan with storm collar. Ladies' Suits There is a finish and style that distinguishes our SUI1 S from all others in the city. See them before making your selection. Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Neckwear. We also carry a line of Underwear, Gloves of all kinds, Linen Collars and all up-to-date Neckwear WE tOKDIALLY INVITE YOt" TO CALL. ) Smith & Sherman Barton..., 24 Patterson 31 Ilebble oS Weaver 87 Lally 63 Jessup . 77 Lichtenfels 94 Haberer 22 Justice 98 Haas 87 Sittloh . 8 Saver 5 Ford 32 Reynolds . 17 VI E LP IN' AVERAGE. l'O Barton 10 Patterson 4 Hebble 26 Weaver 259 Lally 29 Jessup 88 Lichtenfels.... 27 Haberer 21 Justice 85 Haas 57 Sittloh .. 32 Sayers 1 Ford 11 Revnolds 5 a 11 2t 28 20 24 A 14 20 2 8 64 18 S 8 58 2 3 1 20 17 22 19 19 1 7 I'C 375 355 i 353 I 322 317 312 287 273 225 218 220 200 219 118 ACCjDErlT ; At the Municipal Electric Light Plant. A young man named Knerim met with a queer accident at the electric light plant bulking this morning. He was working on the ground near the wall, which is here ver hiyh. A ciroenter's chisel fell off j the wall, striking him on the head. I His cap saved his life probably. He was badly stuunei and a very ban gash cut in his head fr m which be bled so profusely as to be very weak by the time medical assistance could be summoned. He was taken home in the ambulance and Dr. Menden hall called. The deal the inte urban people had for a property in Ceiitrvn,e has Iwn abandoned for a bii-irer one. Tboy wtre figuring on the old Ju'iar prop erty, intending to make it into a waiting room, restaurant, etc, for their nitrous. Thev are now figuring on a pieeof ground between Centerville aid Cam . bridge Citv and the deal is about closed. Th y will build there a sum mer theater; put in base ball atd j foot ball goods; in fa t a complete athletic park; swings, a small lake, restau-ant; and a plac copied larre ly after Spring Grove park on the traction line - ..between South Bend and Goshen. They hope to get the right of way into Cambridge City at an early day, so as to ge 1 the tracks laid and out of the wav ard tackle the park proposition the tirst thing in the spr ng and have it running by June at the latest. The Trading Stamp Co. Wishes to state that, owing to the fact tl a we are having a new edi tion of green stamps printed, we were compt-lkd to issue to the m r chants. temporarily, the b!ue "Na tional Discount" stamp. trrrfifirStamJi is resort a I good as the green stamp ard will te fccvepted at our store' just the sa:r.e l ours truly, Ixkiana Trapivs Stamp Co. W 11. B n ford. .Mgr. 1010 Maiu street. ! M . . . itJW a 6 13 8 5 12 4 5 0 5 1 re 750 925 907 f 7a 843 875 938 9i3 905 S75 1000 862 956 BADLY HURT By a Street Car Accident Last Evening. Herbert Manley and his sister were on a street car last evening go ing west at about 4 o'clock. The car was stopped to let them off at the corner of fourth street. The lady pot off all right, but the car started as Herbert was getting off. He was thrown down, and so badly hurt that he had to be carried to the home of Ernest Manley, near by, where he went into spasms;. He was able to be taken to his father's house on south fourteenth street at about 10 o'clock and is still suffering considerably. Filed a Deed of Bankruptcy Cineinnati. O., Nov. 18. Ira S Milhken, real estate operator of Hamilton, O., filed a deed of bank ruptcy in the United States court today. Liabilities are placed at tll8.000,most of which are unsecured claims. Reported Disastrous Wreck. Helena, Mont., Nov. 18. A disas trous wreck is reported on the Great Northern near Culbertson Station. An extra freight collided with a work train. Twenty-five Japanese are re ported killed. Affairs Closed Up. Marion, Ind., Nov. 17. The affairs of the Fruit Jar Combination has been closed and hereafter each firm will be independent. It has been found impracticable to fix equitable rates cf interest between the different firms when selling the entire product through one agancy. C. H. & D7Buys F. F. W. & W. Cincinnati. O., Nov. 18 The C H. & D. R. R. has purchased the Findlay, Ft. Wayne & Western rail road running from Findlay, O., to Ft. Wayne, lnd., 78 miles. Negotia tions were concluded today in New York. A REPUTATION. How it Was Made and Re tained in Richmond. A good reputation is n-t easily arued, and it was only by h rd eons-is ent work amoug our citiz-ns that Loau's Kidney Pills won their way to the proud distinction attained in thU locality. The public endorse ment of scores of Rijhmond resi dents has rendered invaluable ser vice, to the community. It ad what tbi-s citizen says: Miss S. Hamilton, 22 south ninth street,' 'bays: "For two or three sponge ami tinally rub witli dry cloths, years I was troubled with my loins Coutiuue tuis till you are sure that all and a soreness directly over the right . Dirt In Dainty Carpet. For housewives who pride them selves uiKiu the sjxjtless floor eoverinss The Irupri.sts' Circular gives the fol lowing recipe for removing spots ol dirt from carpets: Make a suds with a pood white soap and hot water and add fuller's earth to this until the consistency of thin cream. Have plenty of clean drying cloths, a small scrubbing brush, a larst sponge and a pail of fresh water. Put some of the cleaning mixture ill a bowl and dip the brush in it. Crush a small piece of the carpet with this: then wash with the singe aud cold water. Dry as much as possible with the the carpet U clean: then let It dry. Joseph JeL.yll' Repartee. An attorney uained Else, rather dl minutlve in Ida stature and not particu larly respectable In his character, one met Jekyll. "Sir." said he, "I hear yoi have called me a tettifogging scouu drel. Have you done so. sir?" "Sir." said Jekyll. with a look of con tempt. "1 never said you were a -t tifogger or a scoundrel, but I said yoi were 'little Else. " The following epigram was writtel on Dr. 1-etsoiu. then a well known doe tor: When folks re sic k nd send for tne, I purges, Lleeus Ami sw.'a:s 'em; If after thai they choose to 'lie. What's that to met I Letaoro. Gentleman's Magazine. kidney. The secretions were un natural and irregular. Headaches and attacks of dizziness were of fre quent occurrence Having seen Doan's Kidney Pills highly recom mended for these troubles, I got a box at A. G. Luken's drug store and used them. They were especially adapted for my ca-e and relieveJ me in a very short time." For sale by all dealers, price 50 cents per box. Foster-Mil our n Co. Baffalo, N. Y. sole agents for the United States. I Remember the name Doan's and i take no other. LATEST OIOT4TIONS. Chicago, 111 , Nov. 18. Wheat, n 5 Corn. 59. Oats, 39J. Toledo, O., Nov. 18. Wheat, 75J. Startled the Native. IIerr.ua. the Spanish historian, says that IMzairo. when he landed In Soutt America, owed his life and those of hit companions to the fact that one of tht party fell off his horse by accident The natives had succeeded in cutting off the retreat of the Spaniards to theii ships, wbeu one of the riders was thrown. The Indians were so aston ished at the dissolution of partnershi that they took flight at once. Thej had supposed horse and man to be one animal. Work. Work In every hour, paid or unpaid See only that thou workest. and thoc canst not escape the reward. Wbethei thy work be fine or coarse, planting corn or writing epics, so only it be lion est work, done in thine own approba tion. it shall earn a reward to thj senses as well as to the thought. Xc matter how often defeated, you arc born to victory. The reward of a thin well done is to have done it- Einer sou. Likely Caught a Bank Rob ber. Huntington, W. Va., Nov. 18. An unknown man was arrested this morning on suspicion of being a bank robber. He has a deep gash across Old Meiieaa Beliefs. Some old Mexican trlles believe thai the spirit is carried to the moon by a coal black, monkey faced owl: that up on arriving there it is met by its thou sands of ancestors, who come with long train of white donkeys: that th spirit is then escorted to a large cav ern in the center of the moon. wher joy reigns supreme. People's Exchange. ' ,1 J - U 1 ! I. . II II I. .1 All advertisements under the abovt head, such as "wanted," "for sale." lost," &c, will be gien one insertion free, to Palladium su bscribers. Storage Ground floor, sixteenth acd Main. Vern Smith. tf Lost--Two rings tied in handker chiefs, lost on north A street be tween sixth and tenth. Liberal re ward for return to 41 north sixth street. 14-3t For Sale 25 yards of new rag carpet. Call at 27 north fifth street. For Rent Nicely furnished rooms at 31 north second street; cheap. For Sale One stationary engine, cost 25: sell for $10. Call at 100 south sixteenth street. For Sale Boys' overcoat at 100 south sixteenth street. Wanted Girl at street, wages $3.00. 417 Kinsey Iteautifu with tin Her Objection. "You c;e mil s.n.ug that song, "f Wain to IU- a:i Ange! rest of us." a;d the teacher. Tht !;t. i" mie shook her head. "What's tlie use of tT.iug a storj about itV" she demanded. "I'm haviiif enough troiihle Icrrutng to play ti.e pi ano without bothering with a harp." Chini: I'oRt. Lost Unoressed fur-lined kid mitt. Return to this office and get reward. Wasted A girl to do general housework in small family. Apply at 27 s-utb fifth street. For &ale Ute iaUy s and oL-e gentleman's Oicyele cheap. Call at 31a south twelfth stret. For Sale A "slop practice" scholarship in correspondence school. A bargain. Address Box 212, cit3". Focm A lady 's pocket txx k, con' taining small amount of money. Cal' at his cfSce. . Books.,. Large shipment of WALL . . PAPER spring styles just n ceived Fountain Pens The best made. Evrv t&n is guaranteed towiite all ii'ht." Artistic Picture Fram ing a specialty. Ellwood Morris & Co. 720 Main St. Preserve Your f";1 th.etn hert for laundering. ClOtheS . . Our method are the same as those in the home laundry, but with skilled help and greater facili- lies we reach results which are unattain able elsewhere. The proprietor of Richmond Steam Laundry: solicits your work, confident in hi' alnl ity to give perfect satisfaction. Carpet cleaning aho done here. A BARGAIN In Main St. Business Property In Choice Location Come Quick and Learn Particulars. W. H. Bradbury & Son. 'West cott Block. MLH.Meerhoff SAXITARY Steam and Hot Water Heatiner SEAVEILAGE, ETC See ti3 for Etiniare??. Phone 4 A. S Mntb A Sale of Comforts Home made, filled with pure white cot ton, lined with best calico, laree. size Lo Mo JONE CO Women's Hosiery. Extra heavy fleeced fast black, seam less, at . . Cotton Blankets Specials. Large 10 4 eray Cotton Blanket?, heavy fleeced, gen erally 75c pair, for A sale of Black Dress Go d. 50 inch all wool black cheviot, elegant weight, fine fiuish, special. . 48c 85c 98c i 56-inch spot proof Soliel, very lustrous, good weight, fine finish, worth $1.25; special Wool Blankets Special. 100 pair all wool factoiy Blankets, in reis, grays. 00 00 white and plaids, large size; special piice, pair O41JO French Flannel Waists. Alade of fine French Flannel, in all the latest col orings, perfect fitting waist, speciai Walking Skirt. L3d'es' Walking Skirts in Ox fords blacks.extra heavy cloth ,stitched,worth $Q 50 SI.50 SS.QO TradingStamps with all Cash Purchases. 717 to 721 Main St, Richmond, Ind.