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BICHMiXND DAILY PALLADIUM MONDAY JANUARY li7, 1902.
JL OUR wONSTANT AIM IS TO SELL THE BEST OOOOS ... IN THE MARKET ... Teas! Fastidious tea loveTS are no longer compelled to pay the high prices that once prevaled. Modern methods of cultivation have improved the qua'ity and lowered the price. TV as of the most tempt ing cnler Formosa Oolong, Moyune Gnnpowder. or Imperian, fancy Voung Hyson. Five very superior grades at $1, 8t)c, tsO.:, &Oc and 40c per pound. Try us for teas, we know we can please you. john f. McCarthy u BUTTER AS A MEDICINfc. .... - : r ii - - 41 ( . It la Good for Cvmanptlm mm A For Tnia. Weak Prvaim. ButUr la so couiK.oa a c.-aimoJlty that people use it ai:d stv. rcviy ever IbluU w Luit wtiufi-ful value lies at tiit-ir Land ia tUe of c!u..ity yellow cream fat. if ou-se ihe-y Limit that it Is usf-1 in mauy brunches of coo;. ry and tluit wuhout its a.id the ta'..'.e viutM be hare of Us ihaiiy rolled bread aud butter, us Jtllv-ute t-akeletg and its other usual iiti.-!-jMii-; s. lieyoud thee uses the alr.e of butter is a th;ug only vaguely thought of. But this delicate fat is as valuable rs the dearer cod liver oil for weakly, th.a l -o;le. and doctors have frequent ly r. upended the eatiuj; of liwiiy urn S. lOtk. BEE HIVE GROCERY sHOAES S JUST ATUJIVED, THE FINEST BARREL OF g NORWAY MACKEREL o 6 9 We have operjfd for many a dny. Those real i& iniCK kidu maKes your mcam water 10 iook at mem. Weigh about 1 poutds each, per lb 18c. New herring and family white firsh, 7 lb pails 45c, IS lb pails $1. XT YOU 6KT IT AT THE BEE 11 IV It, IT'S (IOOD. IW. E. HASTINGS 8 ti a People's Exchange. AH advertisement under the above uch as "wanted," "for ale," " &c. will be given one insertion free, to Palladium subscribers. 8oraje Ground floor, sixteenth and Main. Vern Smith. tf Wanted Two ladies and one gen tleman for home work; salary (6.00 per week. Also two parties for trav eling work; salary $50.00 per month and expenses, payable weekly. Ad dress J A. Whitman, City. 25 2t t ANTr.i--Oirl to do general bouse work, 1314 Main street. Good wages. If your horse is lame try me. If I don't do him good no charge. City thoelDg Shop. 23-tit No need to fear sudden attacks of cholera infantum dysentery, diar rhoea, or summer complaint, if you have Dr. Fowler's Extract -of Wild Strawberry in the medicine chest. A Cure Par Lurabito W.C. Williamson.of Amherst, Va., says: "For more than a year I suf fered from lumbago. I finally tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it gave me entire relief, which all other remedios had failed to do. " Sold by A. G. Luken A Co. and W. H. Sud-hoff. Horses stopped from interfering or money refunded. City Shoeing Shop. 23-6t CANNED GOODS thin si.c.s of bread thickly spread with butter ;-s a means of pleasantly taking into l lie Lodily tissues oue of the pur est lot uis ,f fat it is pos&ible t get. L-uiter is a carbon, aud all excess of it is stored up as fat in the body. It gives energy aud power to work to those who eat heartily of it. .So it. is not economy at table to spare the but ter, even to the healthy folk. For any oue a dieted with consumption butter cookery, if plenty of fat can be digest ed, is one of the best was-s of curing the disease if it is in its early stages or of keeping it at bay if advanced. Eutter is not a simple fat. composed of merely one sort. It is a tuiitnve of no less than seven different sorts of fats, and no more complex oil can be taken than this is. Haw m Diamond Cuts Class. It has been ascertained by a series of experiments that a diamond does not cut out the glass, tile fashion, but forces the particles apart, so that a continuous crack is formed along tiie line of the- intended cut. The crack once begun, very small force is neces sary to carry it through the glass, am. thus the piece is easily broken o(T. The superficial crack or cut need not ie deep. A depth, according to fine uieus ureuieuts, of a two-hujidredtb part of one inch is quite sufficient to act-one plish the purpose, so that the applied tiou of much foree in using the dia mond only wears out the gem without doing the work any better. Numerous stones, such as quartz and other minerals, when ground into proper form, will cut glass like a dia mond, but are not so. valuable for that purpose, lacking the, requisite hardness and soon losing the sharp edge neces sary to make the operation a success. la Odd Ca F the Pla. An odd use that the pin was put to long ago was that of checking the in temperate habit of the English. St. Dunstan conceived the idi of dividing the tankards out of swhich the liquor was drunk into eight equal parts, each part marked with a silver pla.. The cups were generous affairs, . holding two quarts. .Consequently the quantity j from piu . - . - - -it u.-i4 a pint. iuu the ..regulation was that the drinker ""Stop at j.jt. - i..? c ' ' k ' V; lioisieieis. however, prevented the pr.rp. seof .oa I:i;.;iun uud estab lished tle re of -j.-vJ fc'k.vrsh!rj." by which tLe Crfr.ker was to s:or only at a pin. I Lot.ri.iik l-rord le h-d to go ou to tLe :tJ u.i.;k. -t was dittieitlt to step e:;::ctly at a in the vain efforts lv'u,, s excited much mirth, aud the trui! usually ended with the Ci-aining of tilt- taukard. i Bill rrltlelan. It 'was in Frisco when IVter Jack son, the colored pugilist, was a feature In l"nc!e Tom's Cabin. Bill Nye was to have lectured at the Baldwin theater, but was greeted by so s::i:iil an audieuce that he excu?.d himself and went over to hear Jackson talking of the pearly gates to Little Eva. After the performance L. It. Stockwell. the veteran actor, met Nye in the lobby of the theater, and he exclaimed: '"Hello, Xye! What dU you thiuk of Peter" Well," responded the humorist dry ly, "anatomically he was great, h. I'ncle Tomically he is the worst 1 rvi saw. Barlns m Title. It Is not expensive to leconie a nobi In Bavaria. To be made simple "vun costs a matter of T.". to le raistMl i the "ritterstand" HH. to le made freiherr" to be uu.de a "j.raf cofts trKK), while to te made a princ. only costs l,tMl). These .prices are onl for one person, but the government kindly makes reductions la the case of whole families wishing to turn noble all at once. Thus for 2.K or 3.0it0 a small family can be made princes, though they are only permitted to use their title within the kingdom ef Bava ria. Tier Were Stayers. After a dinner given by Stephen Price of Drury Lane theater, all the guests but Theodore Hook and the Rev. Edward Cannon retired. Price was suffering from gout, but as they disregarded his hints to retire he stole off aud left them In high talk. On the following morning Price in quired of his servant. "Pray, at what time did those gentlemen go last night r Go, sir? replied John. "They're not gone, sir. They have just rung for coffee." warl mitoiii. James A. Babbitt of Kingman count; weighs considerably less than a bun ured pounds. He is a dwarf, and foi a number of years he traveled witt Barnum's circus. His . legs are not over fifteen inches long, and his othei members are in proportion. At seventj years of age he enjoys perfect healtfc and a cl?ar mentality, and he is tht happy husband of a wife who weighs more than 300 pounds. Kansas City Journal. 0 niche s s o o Trooser From the sheep to the man, WARRANTY You may buy a pair of Duchess wool Trousers and wear them two months. For every sus pender button that comes off we will pay you, 10c; if they rip in the waist band we will pay you 50c ; if .they rip in the seat or elsewhere we will pay you 1.00 or give you a new pair. Best in the world. Try a pair. New line jnst received neat, nobby patterns, $2 25. S2.50, S3.00, S3.50 and $4.00 Also a line of work pants, $1.00 to $1.50 Loehr & Klute, 725 Main Street. Mather -Bros. 'Co. Can Supply You Promptly by the ton or car load. PHONES 49. NUBBAUM Sd MASHMBYBR last Week. But Warmest? IN A BLAZE OF BARGAIN GLORY---The unprecedented success of our Great Remodel ng Sale prompts us to continue until Sat. urday, February 1st A host of new bargains added to those of the past two weeks adds fuel to the buying flame ' V IKtsadfl ttlh)3 CJot7. RemrueiiiTuDiJEir ttDue Od- Good Canton Flannel Indigo Blue Prints 3c Best new spring Calicoes Turkey Red Calico, besti goods Yard wide Percales, worth 10c 5c Good soft finished Bleached Muslin -Lic Fa mous Fitchville Bleached Muslin C3c Call for it, worth 9c Fine White Dimities, worth 10c -4LJc Lonsdaie Cambric 81c Best mz Fleeced Suiting Gic Mercerized French Satins 12 J c Plaid White Nainsook -4-tc 2sTo. 6 white Gown Cambric (worth 9c) 6c Best quality Selesia Ends -- 5c 32 inch fine Par khil I Ginghams ...... ... 9c All wool 25c Fascinators ' 5 doz more famous Black Mercerized Petticoats, worth 11.50 5 doz more White Underskirts Description Made of cambric, three rows fine inserting, wide lace flounce. Two Famous Embroidery Bargains (Look in west window) 5 inch fine cambric embroidery, five designs, worth 12c "3 7 inch finer wider cambric and Swiss embroi deries, worth 15 and 20c "4 3 25 ladies' oxford, satin and velvet trimmed dress skirts, worth more than 5 . . Look out for Walking Skirt Bargains They are very striking this last sale week. 50 ladies' Coats all to go at exactly one half the marked price Special Ladies' Dress Skirt Bargains 25 ladies' oxford satin trimmed percaline lined dress skirts, worth Ladies', misses', children's, men's Under wear, ladies', misses' children's and men's Hosiery all at prices to close. Ribbons Laces Gloves Handkerchiefs Buy them now. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Last of the Great Remoldeling Sale Days. jQcQSfe)S) Eighth and Main Streets, Richmond. Indiana.