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RICHMOND PAIL.Y PALLAI)ltfl TUESDAY yOVEMBER 19.1901.
OUR CONSTANT AIM IS TO SELL THE BEST OOOOS ... IN THE MARKET ... HICKMOTT'fl AQPARACUQ. Output, 1901, 100,000 cases Grown on Bnuldin Island. California. Unsurpassed for fineness of texture, perfection in flavor. Packed in the cleanest, largest and most perfect factories in the world. They are the finest goods packed. Try one can and you will use more. John f. McCarthy AGREED AT, US Formal Acceptance of tt New Canal Treaty Has Iteen Noted. SIGNATURES ATTACH H Sewt ry Hay, Acting- For Tliis G f riiu.-nt and Lord I'auii efote F Eiijrkuai Take Formal Action. 1 Tlie f?firt of the Isthmian Car loiuuiitiiou Is Expecied to Follow shortly. AIN ANN S. lOth. BEE HIVE GROCERY HO ES aT' . V - . . .'"1 -r Or course we don't own OUR OWN TEA 6AROENS, but our Bee Hive Mixed Tea is blended by one of the finest experts es pecially for us, and we can guarantee it absolutely the finesl flavored tea ever of fered to the people of Richmond. Just one trial will convince. (Jnarler pound air-tight package 20c W. E. HASTINGS Washington. Nov. 19. Acting the British government Lord Pautjjr ; fote. British ambassador, and for jjp j United States Hon. John Hay, scjf , tary of state, yesterday afteixcp i signed the Hay-Pauncefote cal treaty. The report of the isthmian ca.l commission will, it is expected. e placed in the hands or the presitliiot at the end of the present week. e document is " completed practicaiy, People's Exchange. All advertisements under the abovt bead, 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 For Rent Four nice large rooms, water aud as, 402 north fourteenth street For Rfcsi Two rooms at 31 north second street. Furnished rooms for rent at 303 north eleventh street. VARIOUS PROPOSED CANAL KOUTKS.f The DSLny aioBicie says: ijojM Lansdowne has surrendered every thing without couiptnsation. The government have climbed down from the position they had deliberately chosen, and, although the disappear ance of the Clayton-Rulwer treaty will not cause much regret, many people will sigh for the 'business cabinet" which Lord Rosebeiy recently sug gested." In conclusion the Daily Chronicle charac.er zes the new trea ty as "a full acceptance by Great Brit ain of the Monroe doctrine." and says "it would be strange indeed if the senate should object to such a one sided bargain." The Times says: "It is premature to assume that all difficulties have been overcome and that the senate will ratify the treaty; but England has no reason to regard the construc tion of the canal with alarm or sus picion. We hope the treaty will be dealt with by our American kinsmen in the same spirit of internal good will with hich it will certainly be received in England." A Carder Theoks We wish to exend our heartfelt thanks to the frUnds who ctme into our home, bringicjf their sympathy and vaiued assi&tarce duriDg the ill ness and death of iur departed loved one; for the flowers brought her dur ing her illness, thus helping ber to forget her sufferii g and making her last days brighter, ard for those sent as a last token of rtmembracce we are very grateful. F. B. U-VTHANK ASP FAMILY. I am closing out a lot of double bar rel shot guns at whoVsale rates, y 2t-dw. M. C. Pair e. r- .,- but the necessity of including same important data concerning engineer ing problems makes it impossible to submit the report immediately. The commissioners have reached an agree ment upon all tne salient facts to be presented in the report, and the de cision of the commission favors, the Nicaraguan project, the cost of which is placed at about 75 per cent of "the coat of the Panama project, - BHITISH COMMENT Lost Horse blanket, on Friday evening. Return to this office. Try the Union Ice Co. for all kinds of coal. 19-10t I have for sale a frame house cen trally located; must be sold at once. A bargain for $775. Woodhcrst. 18-3t The Union Ice Co. has Semi-Can-nel coal. 19-10 The Sew Treaty lleceired With Gen eral Favor. London, Nov. 19. Except as afford ing a chance for the opposition jour nals to attack the government and the foreign secretary. Lord Lans downe, the signing of the new isthmi an canal convention does not excite strong interest in Great Britain, it is generally admitted that the British a" nothing jLu sain li-,. of the Clayton-Bulwe-r" treaty, while they have much to gain by the "con struction of the canal. The Morning Post congratulates both countries on the completion of the treaty, and says it is glad that the convention of 1900 has been revised in accordance with American wishes. The Daily Mai! fears that the signing may not ter minate forever a troublesome dispute and thinks Canada ought to receive some equivalent for the concessions which nrc.ahlx nave been made. Sensitive A 1. u l It. Harrisburg, Pa., Nov. 19. Counsel for Ed-ward and Thomas Biddle, under j sentence cr death at Pittsburg, has requested Governor Stone to fix sep arate days for their execution. The Biddies, who are brothers, do not want to be hanged from the same scaffold on the same day. The day of their execution has not yet been fixed. The Biddies, together with Walter Dorntan. were convicted of the murder of Thomas Kahaney, while attempting to burglarize his home at Pittsburg. Dorman turned state's evi dence and may for that reason escape the gallows. He has not betn sen tenced yet. When officers went to Ed Biddle's room to arrest him he made a desperate resistance. Runaway. At the Starr Piann Works yester day one of the teams took fright at a car coming down the switch and ran away. It took pretty near half the force of the factory "to corral tbem and run them into the river before they could be captured. Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail, The little daughter of Mr. J. N. Powell jumped oa an inverted rake made of ten penny rails, and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second one half way through. Chamberlain's Pain Balm was promptly applied and five minutes later the pain had disappeared ar.d no more suffering was experienced. In three days the child was wearing ber shoe as usual and with absolutely no discomfort. Mr. Powell is a well known merchant of Forklaod, Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and heals such injuries without- n-aturation and in one-third the time r quired by the usual treatment. For sale bv A. O. Luken & Co. and VV. U Sud hoff. ' ' November Ending. Bread boxes 50c, cowl buckets 25c, flour bins 75c, steel meat roasters S7c, nickel teakettles 5tc, famous food choppers $1 25, Eickd toilet pa per holders 10c, alarm clocks 85c. tire Sheffield steel carving sets 1.3i, celebrated "Crown" ga-mantles 10c, tas burners ISc, lamps, chimneys, burners, wicks, etc., chup. A good variety of cooking ware at reduced Vrices. Mirrors, pictures, frames, etc Curtain rods 10o. Dinner sets, chamber sets, cups and saucers, thina, etc., cheap. Imp's, Sixth and Main. New Books... - -' ' Large shipment of WALL . . PAPER sprinj? styles just received Fountain Pens The best made. Every pn is guaranteed to"wiite all iLjht." Artistic Picture Fram ing a specialty. Ellwood Morris & Co. 720 Main St NEW BOXES We have Just put in 0 new Safety Deposit Boies to meet the growing demand for oafe plaoe for valuables. fire :proof burglar proof Don't wait for a loos. Pot your thing In a oafe place now. Boxes S3.00 a year. John F. Davenport . . Auctioneer Terms Reasonable. SEE ME. RESIDENCE 58 S. 1STII new rnoxE isae. Richmond A BARGAIN In Main St. Business Property In Choice Location Preserve Your Send thm here preserve ioui for lann1ering. ClOtneS Our method are the same as those in the home laundry, but with skilled help and greater facili ties we reach results which are unattain able elsewhere. The proprietor of Richmond Steam Laundry solicits your work, confident in hia abil ity to give perfect satisfaction. Carpet cleaning also done here. H.H.Meerhoff SAXITAItY Steam and Hot Water Heating 1 SEWERAGE, 1TO W. H. Bradbury & SOIl See ns for Estimates. WeHtcott Block. Phone 4 A. fl H Ninth Come Quick and Learn Particulars. SEE THE 62x!72-IN. CREAM DAMASK AT 48 cts. CHOICE OF SEVEN PATTERNS. SEETHE 72-IN. BLEACHED -. DAMASK AT;48c. ALSO THE LINE AT 89c. THANKSGIVING J UNPN SALES Judge a housewife by the linen in her home. Judge a dry goods store by its linen department Our linen stock has made rapid strides forward within the past year. A larger and more complete stock of Table Linens will indeed be hard to find in any store. In order to reduce this enormous stock and also to lift this pet department of ours another notch higher in the estimation of the purchasing public, we have decided to hold a Thanksgiving Linen Sale, the Magnitude of Which Rich mond Has Never Known. x x Afv5ryi mch of Tal)le Linen, erery Table Cloth and every Napkin in our store at a discount for a period of seven days. To shoar what this means, tate that there are now on our shelves at this writing we will BG35 - POECES TABLE LOCJErJ - uGD5 Besides all the cloths, sets, napkins and remnants. Linens for the cottage, linens for the mansion, linens for every station in life. Cream Table Linen from 22c ycTto $1.12 Bleached Table Linen from 25c yd to $1.80 Colored Table Linen from 13c yd to 67c Andrew Reed and J. N. Richardson Sons are the. makers of all our fine linens. See the three : bargain tables opfosite elevator laden with the greatest linen bargains ever shown. Linen Table Cloths in all sizes $1.67 to $4.50 each Linen Table Sets, Napkins to match $3.60 to $10.80 set N a p ki n s, si n g ly 45 c to $2.70 doz 3-m Sri l ';- 5? 4 -j ' , HacGDiraoDGir & OflQCicmamira.