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RICHMOND DAILY PAIJ1ADIUM MONDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1901
Richmond Palladium MONDAY, DEC. 23 1901. Indiana and Onto Weather Wa s hi koto !t, D. C. Dec. 23 For Icdiana: Threatening tonight and Tuesday, posiblj thowers. For Ohio: Cloudy and unsettled tonight, probably rain Tuesday, fair and continued warmer. LOCAL MENTION. Glasses for Xmas. Jenkins. Humpe's for Boots. Cameras at Ross' drug store. Mixed candies at Makeley's. Gold spectacles for Xmas. Han er 's. Humpe's for Enamels. Gold spectacles for Xmas. Haner'. Typewriters, all makes, for sale of rent. Ribbons, repairs, etc. Tyr rell, W. U. telegraph office. tf Glasses for Xmas. Jenkins. Kodaks at Ross' drug store. Get your Xmas photographs at Persons', the leader, 704 Main street, Richmond, 2-tf Come and get bargains at the Bar gain Store for Holiday goods. See Hassenbusch for Morris chairs, leather rockers and couches, 505 Main. Red Albumen, the great egg pro ducer, for sale at Ross' drug store. Gold eye glasses for Xmas. Ha ter's. Haisley's special discount sale to everybody. Humpe's for Slippers. We have several lines of imported and domestic perfumes of the best manufacture. Also aline of toilet articles for the holidays. Adams' drug store. Humpe's for Enamels. Fine Florida oranges 25c per doz. at Hawekotte's. Holiday bargains at Hawekotte's. Rockers at Hassenbusch 's. Positively no shoddy goods at Leo Fihe's pharmacy. Pictures, easles, mirrors, lamps at Hassenbusch 's. Gold eye glasses for Xmas. Ha tier's. Complete line of dolls at lowest prices at Hawekotte's. Humpe's for Boots. Delaware holly. Holly and moss wreaths at Chessman & Schepman 's, 904 Main street. For shoe bargains go to Hawe kotte's. Rockers! Rockers!! Rockers!!! to suit everybody at Hassenbusch's, 505 Main. Plants, ferns, palms and cut flow ers. Chessman & Schepman, 904 Main street. A guaranteed John Holland Foun tain pen. Leo Fihe's pharmacy. Plants make a nice present. Give them to your lady friends for Xmas. See Chessman & Schepman before you do. 904 Main street. Perfumery, atomizers, perfume and powder bottles. Christmas cigars at Westcott pharmacy. Ebony toilet articles, imported and domestic perfumes at Leo Fihe's pharmacy. Fine line of silk umbrellas, para sols and natural wood handles, (1.4S at Hawekotte's. Humpe's for Enamels. Hassenbusch's line of sideboards, extension tables and chairs are op-to-date, prices right. The Morrissoa-Reeves library is closed on account of the furnace be ing out of order. Mrs. Emma Eva and mother went to Union City today to spend the holidays with friends. Erery thing reduced at Haisley's shoe sale. Are you thinking of buying a piano for Christmas? Then read the Starr Piano Co. 's advertisement in this paper. Humpe's for Boots. The largest Christmas Business " HCSXCft WC5X 2Ki There is no better place to spend ever known. V-V35)vW vJvWv your Christmas money. BOSTON STORE. -Xfea P BOSTON STORE. Just 70 items and suggestions from the seven departments.! Read them over. !!rf All new goods at Haisley's shoe sale. Nicest line of sweetmeats in the city at Makeley's. The ladies missionary society of the u. P. church will meet Friday afternoon at the church. Humpe's for Slippers. Mrs. Howard Shaffer returned to Chicago today after a very pleasant visit to Richmond friend. Miss Edna Johnson is home to spend the holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. xi. Johnson, and and other friends. Nuts at Makeley's. Trains are getting back to the schedule again today and will be running on time by tomorrow no doubt. Humpe's for Slippers. Mr. Charles K. Needham of Louis ville, Ky , is the guest of Mrs. Geo. H. Needham for the holidays. Mr. Needham is a brother of V. T. Need ham, city treasurer, and was former ly civil engineer on the L. & N. rail way, with 1,200 miles of track under his supervision, but is now in ill health and has resigned his position. Candy put up in boxes specially for Xmas at Makeley's. Humpe's for Shoes. ; Humpe's for Shoes. Order your Xmas ice cream at Makeley's. Humpe's for Shoes. Ed Needham is back at his post at the Panhandle ticket window after a two weeks' holiday in which he visited New York and Washington friends. Makeley's line of Xmas candies can't be beat in the city. The traction company now have their baggage car running on the Centerville line and it is a great con venience to merchants and patrons generally. One of the gypsy women who have been telling fortunes about the street is lying in their camp on the river bank, threatened with pneu monia. A box of Prices' elegant chocolates makes an accept iV.e present for old and yo ung. New line of neckwear. rSmith & Sherman. Last Day. Special Sale Night Shirts. The Big Store. A savings account opened for your friend or re ative is a most sensible holiday gift. See the line of dressing sacues at Smith & Sherman's. Last Day. Special sale f" .. Smoking Jackets. The Big Store.. Room sizes and Berth Rugs in Wiltons, Axmin& ters, Body Brussels, Tapes tries and Smyrnas at special prices for the holidays. Nolte & Kemper. Men's initial handkerchiefs, 6 for $1,50, in a beautiful box at Fletcher's. Last Day. Special Sale. Bath Robes. The Big Store. Last Day. Special Sale. Bath Robes. The Big Store. If you want the best and h ighest grade of candies go to Prices. Large line of Stick Pins. Large line of Cuff Buttons. Large line of Watch Fobs. Large line of Collar Buttons F'etcher's. at Bargains in ladies' pearl brooches. Jenkins & Co. ' f. X K X X ... Indian Village Attractions. . Christmas - without Christmas cigars would be a great deal like a circus without peanuts. - There Is nothing else so appropriate and noth ing else that so completely fills the bill in the way of a Christmas re membrance as a box of cigars. Every gentleman is glad to receive them, more especially if they are of a standard brand that he smokes and likes. Fjr that reason Mr. Bert Ecglebert at the Indian Village, north eighth street, every year pre pares ornamented boxes containing 25 or 50 of his more famous brands, such as the "Queen Anne" and the "Cardovas", dear to the heart of every smoker. They are put up in a style to make them an object of admiration, and in fla vor and all of the points that go to make a cigar longed-for by the smoker. No one else even pre tends to equal them. For the father, brother, son, husband, lover, or friend there is nothing nicer to" be had in the whole list of possible Christmas presents; and in price they are witliin reach of the pocket book of any one. Call and see them. Full stock of articles for the tobacco-user pipes, pouches, cigar cases, match boxes, etc. The headquarters for all that class o; goods in Richmond is Engelbert's, 23 north eighth street. Prises' delicious chocolates in neat packages, from one-half pound up to five pounds. Prices 'fairy sticks in pound boxes. Fletcher's Hat Store is open every night. All leading brands of cigars, Ama zon, La Pearle, U. S. Mail, San Felipe and Poney, in fancy boxes of 25, at Adam Drifmeyer's, 609 Main street. Musical instruments for Xmas presents at Knode's music store. 17-e.o.d4t Makes assimilation perfect.healthy blood, firm muscles, strong nerves. Quickens the brain, makes and keeps you well. Great medicine, Rocky Mountain Tea. 35c. Ask yovr druggist. I carry a line of Fine Carving Knives and Forks, Table Knives and Forks; also the best quality of Fine Razors, Pocket Knives and Scissors; all suitable for presents at bottom figures. M. C. Price. Fruit Prices. baskets filled to order at Holiday cigars at Adam Drif meyer's in fancy boxes of 25. Call and select them before the rush. 609 Main street. The Hawaiian woman's club at Honolulu debated the question: "Is it better to take Rocky Mountain Tea hot or cold?" Either way it magnifies your pleasure. Ask your druggist. A generation of pianos is obtained in the purchase of a Starr. In making your rounds for Christmas shopping do not overlook C. T. Miller's, at 918 Main Street. If e has many very appropriat. things for presents, l'oar gentlemen friends would be highly pleased with a fine suit case, traveling bag, fur robe, a nice trunk, a saddle, or a fine harness We can please you in this line. Prices for Fruit, Florida Grapes. Tangerines, Grape oranges and Malaga Large sale of Oriental goods at 708 Main street. All are invited. 193t Violins, guitars, mandolins and everything in the music line at Knode's music store. 17-e.o.d.4t K. SKS SSXKK Six handkerchiefs for 11.25, pure linen, extra value,. i Fletcher's Hat Stokk. The name Starr on a piano means absolute piano satisfaction, both as to quality and price, imm THEATRE. MURRAY SWISHER. Lessees and Managers Christmas Matinee and iiglit. VM. A. BRADY Presents the New Clyde Fitch Play, with s.- a cast of 30, and a complete t scenic production, LOVERS' LANE Exactly as played for 5 months ia New York., 3 months in Chicago. Wm. A. Brady has found another gold mine like "Way Down East" in Clyde Fitch's dainty play, "Lovers Lane." New York World. PRICES 11, 75 and 50c; gallery 25c. Sale of seats at Westcott Pharmacy, Mood y, December 23. PHILLIPS OPERA HOUSE. MURRAY SWISHER, lessees and Managers. Three Nights and Christmas Matinee. Starting: Monday, Dec. 23. The greatest popular priced attraction Twin Sisters De La Cour Dramatic Co. 25 People. Special Scenery for each production. Band and Orchestra. Opening Bill, The Village Vagabond Prices, 10, 20 and 30c. Ladies free Monday evening with one paid admission. ill ' ilbert T. Bunha: It may solve the gift problem for you: Table linens, napkins, towels, lunch cloths, Cliris'mas Fnrofsliings FOR MEN AND BOYS. Our line of holiday goods is now complete, we are showing a handsome line of Neckwear ia tecks, fonr-in-haud, band bows, shield bows and club house ties, all the new colorings and patterns. 25 and 50c. Mrn's fine silk suspenders, always appropriate, 1 pair in a box, an extremely neat present, 50e, 75c and $1. Umbrellas, a fine lot of Christmas umbiellas in plain and silver trimmed handles, $1.50 to $5. Men's mufflers in Way?, Oxford and f quare inufliers in all colors and offered at 25c to 2. You tniijht give him a pair of gloves. We have a great line of gentlemen's dress kid or Moca gloves, lined or unlined, $1 to $2.25. Cordigan Jackets, $1, $1.50, $2.25 and $3- A suit or overcoat is always appreciated. We always show the correct styles at the lowest possible prue. LOEHR & 725 MAIN ST. THE INDIANA LOAN CO. LOCATED IX ROOM 36, COLONIAL Bl'lLl)I(i, Is a new thing in Richmond. The object of this company is to loan money in sums of f. and upward on ever? conceh-abU kind of security, (and to per sons holding permanent positions without security ), at extremely ow rates of inter est as compared with charges usually made in such transactions. By fair treatment, and by making rea sonable charges for the use of our money, we expect to establish a permanent busi ness in Richmond ; while by over or out rageous charging we could not hope to succeed. Feel free to couie to our office and inquire ts to our methods then you can intelligently decide where j-our best interests may be served. A cordial invi tation is extended to all. All business strictly confidential. Open every night except Sunday. THE INDIANA LOAN COMPANY, HOME l'lIOXE 1311. Christmas Suggestions At the store that has the stock and saves you money. Dressing Tables, Fancy Seats, Iron Beds, Chiffoniers, Foot Rests, Book Cases, Odd Dressers, Hall Racks, Extension Ta bles, Fancy Tables, Reception Chairs, Ladies' Desks, Morris Chairs, Hlipper Boxes, Medicine Cabinets, Rattan Chairs, Blackii g Cases, Unit Cases, Children's Chairs, Bed Couches, Divan. Screens. Davenports, Umbrella Holders. Easels, Mir rors, Go-Carts, Yard Stands, Folding Beds, Pillows, Pedestals. Folding Tables, Kitchen Cabinets, Library 'lables, Cheval Glasses, Leather Conches, Youths' Chairs, Mattresses, Tur kish Chairs, Brass Beds, Wardrobes. USEFUL PRESENTS THAT WILL LAST A LIFE TIME. The Leading Furniture Dealer 627 ,J v . KLUTE AND 029 MAIN STREET. underwear, cor- fans, had rests. blankets, coin boxes, jardiniere.