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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, 3IARC1I ol- liKJS.
TACJE SEVEN. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Wanted, For Sale, For Rent, Lost, Found, Miscellaneous, Lodge Notice, Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, etc.. I CENT A WORD. Situations Wanted, are Free. The Market Place of Richmond for buyer or setter. A trial will con vince vou that Palladium Classified .ers. 7 INSERTIONS FOR TUB PRZGH OF 5 WANTED. WANTED Position as stenographer. Two years experience. 916 S. A. 30-2t WXNTED:eT"M6reTieadfofTores eional vault cleaning. Phono 3177. 938 Butler street. 30-7t WAN'f ED Situation by an experienc ed teamster. Call 26 Ft. Wayne Ave. 3031 WANTED HouHeclceaning to do by lady; 515 3. 6th. 31-lt WANTED Washings and ironings to do. Call at 124 S. 2nd St. 31-3t WANTED Position as farm hand or dairy hand. Call or address Jacob Weiss, R. R. No. 6, Richmond. 31-3t WANTED To clean your carpets, rugs and house. Inside and outside whitewashing. Home Phone 1750. 222 S. 12tli St. 31-2t WANTED Boarders at 409 N7T7th". Call Phone 1721. 31-3t WANTED See Morehead for profes slonal vault cleaning. Phone 2177. 938 Butler street. 23-7t VANTEDToieannd wheels. Elmer Smith, 4l'0 Main. i:i tf WANTED Men to Learn barber trade; will equip Bhop for you or furnish positions, few weeks com pletes, constant practice, careful In structions, tools given, Saturday wages, diplomas granted, write for catalogue. Moler Barber College. Cincinnati. O. tf WANTED Your carpets, rugs, up holstery, mattresses, etc.. to clean by our vacuum process. Richmond House Cleaning Co. Phone, Home 1916. Bell 395R. 22-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Richmond real estate a specialty. Merchandise stocks, fire Insurance. Porterfield, Kelly Block 8th A Main. 7tf FOR SALE Good work horse, Ralph Cooper, route 3. 30-r5t. FOR SALE One car load of Carman The Markets Chicago. CHIOAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. By Correll and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton. O.) Chicago, March 31. Wheat. Open. High. Low. Close. Way JKH, JKP.a 02 !2 July, jssuj nsn; 87 ISept 85 SUU 831,2 83 Corn. Open. High. Low. Close. May T 65TS , 6646 July 64S 04H 03Ta 64 fcept 63 5S 2T'B G3 Oats. Open. High. Low. Close. May 53 5fl !W 53V July . . . . . . 47 47V 44 4S fcept 3SV.j asn-a 391.4 351.) Pork. Opeu. Ilifch. Low. Close. Hay .. .J13.80 $14.05 $13.CO $13.0 July .. . 14.22 14.40 14.02 14.03 Lard. Open. Riga. Low. Close. Hay .. . $S.S2 Jf8.7rt S.47 fS.oO July . . . 8.S2 8.02 8.70 8.70 Ribs. Hay ,. . $7.42 $7.32 $7.30 $7.30 July .. . 7.72 7.82 7.(3 7.03 U. S. YARDS, CHICAGO. Chicago, March 31. Hogs, receipts JM.000; left over 3.S03. Cattle 4,000. Sheep 14,000. Hogs Close. (20-25c higher) Light, $3.S56.25; mixed, $5.S3 135; heavy, $3.S56.30; rough $5.S5 j.00. Indianapolis Market. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. Best heavies $6.10 $6 V)od to choice G.00 6 BEEF STEERS. to choico heifers .. 6.25 6 m to good steers.. 6.35 6 i : to fancy yearlings 5.50L? 6 BUTCHER CATTLE, footer to fancy heifers .. 4.75? 5 ood to choice heifers .. 4.234 VEAL CALVES. Jrod to choice 4.0(Vff7 .00 Jftir to good, 3.00 6.50 STOCK CATTLE. kxd to h'vy fleshy feedYs 5.00 5.25 ."air to good feeders 4.63 5.00 ood to choice stocKers 3.50- 4,.50 Vramon to fair heifers . . 3.30& 4.73 , x SHEEP. fcoice lambs 7.2.Vi 8.00 test yearlings 3.73(i; 0.3O ;s sheep 4.7.V.? 3.30 n hmond Grain Market. (Richmond Roller Mills) (per bu.) 95c per bu.) 30c f ' pi r bu.) 47c :o er bu.) 70c Jrnr. -per ton) $24.00 Hdd.'ngs, (per ton) $26.00 i Richmond Hay Market. , 1 (Omar G. Whelan.) fffcothy hay (baled) .... $12 to 13 seed potatoes this week at the house, Sue. D. L. Reid, Spring Grove. FOR SALE Big Four seed oats. Call or address E. C. King, Webster, R. R. No. S). '1'.)-1X,. FOR SALE Starr piano, good condi tion, 1 S. 11th st. 't-7t. FOR SALE Stereoptlcar., gas mak ing outfit and two sets song slides. 151S N. C St. 31-2t FOR SALE Cheap. Two road wag ons, one with top, good as new. Phone 1C12. 31-7t FOR SALE 75 bushel seed potatoes, home grown, early or late. First class. Price right. 1KO0 N. F. St. 31-2t FOR SALE Lot south Sth street, 39x130; cheap if sold at once; call 109 South 5th street. 2S-7t FOR SALE Six horse power Fairbanks-Morris gas engine. Good as new. M. C. Henley. 2S-7t FOR SALE OR TRADE Any kind of a farm or city property. Can loan you money to buy with. Phone 215o. Dye and Price, Cor. 9th and Main. U7-7t FOR SALE Newest styles in wall paper. Moormann's, 520 Main. 27-7t FOR SALE Barber shop, half inter est. Ross Tyler, Cambridge City. 27-7t FOR SALE Rhode Island Red eggs. 1201 S. J. Phone 1591. Geo. W. Harvey. 2G-9t FOR SALE Good big team of mules, cheap. Also riding plow, new last year. Harry Thompson, Union Pike 26-7t FOR SALE ifot plteflTFnitre etcT Bowen & Co., 1129 Main st. 2i-7t FOR SALE House, 7 rooms, modern, 450 South 14th St. 25-7t FO RESALE Airkinds sewing m& chine needles, oils and repairs. R. M. Lacey, 530 Main street. 25-7t FO RSALE-Ntwl 90Sw h eelsandlsu iiP dries. Elmer Smith, 12'.' Main. 13-tf Timothy Hay (loose) . . .$10.0011.00 Clover hay (baled) fl2.00 Clover Hay (loose) $9.00 10.00 Mixed Hay .. .. .. 10.00 Straw, (per ton,) .' 6.00 Corn (per bu.) 55 Oats (per bu.) .. ..47 to 50c Fodder (per ton) $7.00 Richmond. CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs, average 200 to 250 lbs .$5.C5 Good heavy packers $5.35 Common and rough $4.50$5.00 Steers, corn fed 4.50 5.00 Heifers 3.7o 4.25 Fat cows 3.00 3.75 Bulls 3.25 3.50 Calves 6.50(3) 7.00 Lambs 6.00 6.50 PRICC3 FOR POULTRY. (Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.) Young chickens, dressed, per lb ..16c Old chickens, per lb 12', 2 to 15c Turkeys, per lb ISc Ducks, per lb 15c COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by Bee Hive.) Creamery butter, per lb 31c. Country butter, per lb., 20 to 25c Eggs, per doz 12 Richmond Seed Market. (Runge & Co.) Clover Seed (per bu) $11.00 Timothy (per bu.) $2.25 Pittsburg Livestock Pittsburg. March 31. Cattle Receipts light. Prime and extra, $6.507.00. Common and fair $5.25' 5.90. Veal $3.00 7.23. Hogs Receipts, 6 loads. Prime and yorkers, $6.306.45. Common and rough, $4.75 4.50. Pigs $3.70 3. SO. Sheep & lambs, receipts light, steady. Good to prime, $5.75 6.50. Fair to choice lambs, $5.00 g 13.00. Cincinnati Livestock. Cincinnati, March 31. Hogs Receipts, 2,600, strong. Cattle Receipts 143, quiet. Butcher steers $5.50 5.60. Veal $5,505? 6.50. Sheep, higher. Lambs, higher. Toledo Grain. Toledo. March 31. Wheat, 94 Corn. 0i2. Oats, 54. Clover seed. $13.33. Alsike, $12.S0. Xye. S2. East Buffalo Livestock. East Buffalo. March 31. Cattle Receipts, 50 steady. Veal and calves. $5.007.75. Sheep and lambs, receipts 1,000. Sheen $3.00 6.23. Lambs, cull to choice. $5.25S.90. The Rise of Jimmie Johnson. XI. SENATOR JAMES JOHNSON. Wide and widening was tha fams of Johnson, merchant prince; Alwy ocoupying SPACE, in leading public prints. Legislature sent him on to Wecr.inton, to be In the U. S. senate sets his ADVERTISING free. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Rooms, single or ensuite for housekeeping; modern conven iences; electric lights; gas and lava tories on same floor. The Avenue house. Call at 240 Ft. Wayne Ave. 415 Main. 30-3t FOR RENT Furnished 10th. room, 22 S. 29-Tt FOR RENT Two room flat, furnish ed complete for housekeeping. 415 Main St. 30-2t FORRENT New housed 236 " Ran Hogs Receipts 2,040. Mixed and yorkers, $6.40 6.55. Pigs, $5.005.93. Heavies and rough, $5.506.55. Sophronia I. McGuire was granted a divorce from Fred McGuire in the Wayne circuit court this morning. The plaintiff asserted the defendant had deserted her and also failed to pro vide for her. She stated he had been cruel toward her in his treatment and had not been true to his marriage vows in other ways. McGuire Is the young man whose ac tions created excitement throughout the North End several weeks ago. when he went to the home of his father-in-law an dseizing his own child at tempted to flee with it. ON TO Methodists of this city and county are well represented at the annual North Indiana Conference, which be gan its sessions at Anderson last even ing. The delegation from this city will increase in size until next Sunday, when the banner crowd will be in at tendance. Owing to the convenient train schedule and proximity of An derson, it is expected that on that date a larger crowd will be present from this city than ever attended a conference held outside of the county. The conference is expected to prove to be one of the most important ever held. Delegates are to be selected to the national conference, which will be held at Baltimore. The name of the Rev. T. M. Guild, presiding elder of the Richmond district will be present ed as a ministerial candidate. APPRAISERS NAMED Appraisers of the stock of the Rost & Marshall company, formerly pro prietors of the Big Store have been appointed. It has been reported cur rently that the stock of the company, which has been placed in involuntary bankruptcy is valued at $30,000. It is I not believed the stock will show an actual value of more than one third that sum. One of the attorneys in the matter stated today he does not expect the appraisers will value it at more than $6,000. William Goodwin, of New Castle, and Will Loehr and Fred Krone, of this city, all experienced clothing and men's furnishings deal ers have been named appraisers. Henry T. Burns has been appointed trustee in bankruptcy. In the bankruptcy court held here yesterday Clay Hunt, referee grant ed the petition of Ray Shiveley for an order to sell the stock of the defunct firm at private sale to be valid up to and including April 22. If the stock were not disposed of at private sale the petition asked that it be disposed of at public auction either in bulk or by parcel on the following day. The petition will be heard April 11 at New Castle. GUIS DIVORCED ANDERSON dolph St., 5 rooms, $ 11.00 month. Call 5 N. Sth St. 30-2t FOR RENT Two houses, six and seven dollars; newly papered. Al fred I'nderhill. Phone 3467. 31-7t FOR RENT Good six-room house at S0C North Sth street. Inquire on premises or 715 So. .1. St. 31-2t F'OR RENT Large" brick" house,good location, used for boarding, $20.00. Telephone 1941. . 31-lt rcRR ENT Business, rooms and flats. Ft. Wayne Ave. See Alfords. 2t-tf. FOR RENT Houses, 20 N. 10th and REMARKABLE RISE OF GUY S. M'CABE From Position of Clerk He Has Arisen to High Pennsyl vania Office. HIS SUCCESSOR NAMED. E. R. COLEMAN, FORMER FREIGHT AGENT OF THE MICHIGAN DIVIS ION OF THE VANDALI A WILL COME TO RICHMOND. Within the remarkable short ime of nineteen years, Guy S. McCabe arose from the position of a clerk in the general offices of the company, to the position of General Western and Division Freight Agent of the Pitts burg, Chicago, Cincinnati and St. Louis Railway company with head quarters at Chicago. Announcement of his selection to the latter position was made today. Until promotion, Mr. McCabe was division freight agent in charge of the Richmond and Lo gansport divisions of the same road with which he will continue to be af filiated. The announcement of Mr. McCabe's promotion was a pleasant surprise to his host of local friends. He is regarded as young in the ser vice, but his unusual efficiency has been responsible for his rapid eleva tion. His local successor will be E. R. Coleman division freight agent in charge of the Michigan division of the vandalia railroad at Logansport. Mr. Coleman will be succeeded at Logans port by B. H. Dally, company agent at Milwaukee. Mr. McCaba entered the railroad service as a'elerk in the ge::eral freight office of the Pittsburg, Cin cinnati and St. Louis Railway and Chi cago, St. Louis and Pittsburg railway at Columbus, O., in November lc-9. Later these roads were consol' .ted under the name Pittsburg, Cir .nnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railwy. Mr. McCabe remained in this capacity un til November 30, 1S94, at which time he was transferred to a clerkship in the division freight office in this city. He was promoted from this capacity November 1, 1S96 and became travel ing freight agent. From March 23. 1903 until March 31, 1908 he was divis ion freight agent in charge of the Richmond and Logansport divisions. The newly promoted general agent will assume his duties at Chicago, April 1. It will be necessary for him to remove from this city to Chicago. The loss of Mr. and Mrs. McCabe to the city will be felt in a number of ways, but principally in the amateur theatrical line. They have appeared as leaders In local amateur dramatics for a number of years and It has been mainly through their efforts and in fluence that this city has become rec ognized as the home of remarkable talent in the profession. Both have been associated with the social life of the city in other wajB. :VJ4 S. 8th by April 1st. Inquire over 7Hi Main. 2 ' tf. FOR RENT Flat, fie rooms and bath, cellar, t-tc. steam heat and water furnished; 322 North ih. 2v7t FOR RENT Furnished front room with modern conveniences. : N Kith. -S tf tOil ufc-.N I h urnisnea rooms tor light housekeeping. --0 N. I2 h S:. 27tf FOR RENT Furnished room, heat j a ml bath. N. 12th. 27-7t ; FOR RENT Furnished rooms." 72U N. j 12th street. 25-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms; also office rooms, with stvum heat and bath, at The Grand, for gents only. 3-4-tf F'5RRENT Houses; $ 1 07 $ 14." " $ 1 5. Benj. F. Harris. 12tf NOTICE. NOTICE Mr. Swiuer, of Cleveland, has taken charge of the upholster ing and repair work at Billhelnier's shop, corner 4th and Main streets. First class work is guaranteed. 27-7t LOST. LOST Gold watch fob, K. of P. emb lem attached. Return to H. H. En glebert's cigar store. Reward. 30-2t LOST Between 10th and"-" 15th onS C, leather seat off a child's veloci pede. Return to Hornaday's Hard ware Store. 26tf MISCELLANEOUS. $2.00 PER DAY Paid to one lady in each town to distribute free circu lars and take orders for Concentrat ed Flavoring in tubes; permanent business; experience unnecessary. J. S. Ziegler & Co., 323 Dearborn St.. Chicago. 31 It I can save you money at first-class painting and decorating. Orville L. Price. Phone 22S7. :MV7t. MIDDAY 6697, draft horse, 1800 lbs. COMMISSION WAS REFUSED BROKER Therefore He Brought Suit And Thereby Brought Up A Novel Case. MANY POINTS OF LAW. ARGUMENTS HEARD TODAY IN WAYNE CIRCUIT COURT AND THEY WERE INTERESTING FROM LEGAL STANDPOINT. A a Interesting case, which involved a number of points of law, was argued In the Wayne circuit court today be fore special judge John M. Lafollette. of the Jay Circuit court. The suit Is entitled Doney vs. Laughlin. Doney acted as a real estate broker and sold property for the defendant, who after ward refused to allow the commission agreed upon. The original contract was verbal and later a written con tract was entered into. The defendant claims this latter contract was not le gal. Shiveley and Shiveley represent the plaintiff and Study & Study the de fendant. The statute provides that a real es tate broker cannot recover a commis sion unless he holds a contract in writing, and a verbal contract is void. In the case in court. It is alleged that after the sale referred to was made in accordance with a verbal contract, a written contract was drawn up and signed by both parties. The owner of the real estate agreed to pay the bro ker his commission. Afterwards, the owner, who is the defendant in the case, refused to pay the broker, who is the plaintiff, his commission. Judge Lafollette will be called upon to de cide if an agreement made in writing after a sale has been consummated upon a verbal agreement be held valid. Counsel for both litigants cited numer ous authorities and analagous cases in support of their claims. BILL IS FEROCIOUS Dog Privileged Above All Oth ers, Fails to Act Square ly in Court. HE BIT THE BAILIFF. Bill, is the yellow mongrel cur that has adopted Judge H. C. Fox as a ward. Bill has had his came in print several times because of the remarkable atten tion he displays for the court- He is privileged beyond all dogs and sits st- Make seoij a Robert's livery barn, 151s Main str et. Good Pedigree. $12.'"K insure colt. Farmers please call. V-7; SHOE-" REPAIRING John Seaman. 1502 Main. :V7t GEO. M. C' KR General contractor. Carp-Miter, and builder. Job work. Screens and screen doors. Automa tic pho:), :;,;.;. 25-tt HERBERT B I .O PER VnTistTroom 16 Ctdocial BUI-;., phone 15IM. 25-30t FIRE PROOF STEEL SAFES- Latest models and secondhand. Iaw prices. W'ri'e or call AKen C Harris. 47 I. B. Building. Paton. O. 21-tf UPHOl ST E RING. Repairing." fine line coverings. Russell, 14 South 7th. Phoue 17-J3. 6-S0t Yi'akin,,; & Co; PlurublDg. Bicycles. Motorcycles, 406 Main. Both phones hone 6 30t Crane v Thompson, general elec tric contractors and supplies. IS N. 5th. Phone 1950. 4-30t PROF. Ko!ii:g. for a sure cure for corns, 20 S. Sth. Phor.e 4242. 17-30t Low puces on lumber, lath and shing les. Louck & Hill Co. .r.-30t MONUMENTS AND MARKERS. Richmond Monument Co.. C. E. B. adbury. Mgr., 33 North 8th Street PHYSICIAN. PHYSICIAN Dr. Emma Gardner, os teopathic physician. 23 N. 10th St. Phone 1881. mar3-lmo FIRE INSURANCE. Richmond Insurance Agency, Hans N. Koll, Mgr., 716 Main. 14 tf FARM LANDS. Small places near city, J. Ed. Moore, over 6 N. 7th street jan8-3mo UNDERTAKERS. H. R. Downing & Son. 16 N. 8th st. 12sept6mo renely at the feet of the judge, when court Is in progress. But Bill is bad, too. As this was his first offense, he may escape the reformatory or crema tory, but repetition means severe pun ishment. John Markley court bailiff, endeav ored to show Bill the way to leave the court room this morning and was bit ten severely on the lef hand in return for his trouble. John thinks Bill is so old he can not see well, and it was purely a mission of kindness he at tempted to execute, when Bill retali ated with a bite. Markley's hand bled freely and it was feared for a time an artery might have been severed. Inasmuch as he has but one hand at any time, the injury to the single mem ber may be considered as total disabil ity. Where Politanasa Doesn't Psy. "French and German bats," said a hatter, "only last half as Ions ours. It Isn't the poor quality of the hats, but the fine quality of the manners, that causes this. Lifting the bat In sal utation Is the hardest work that falls on the headpiece, and the French and Germans lift it to men and women equally, thus giving It twice as much labor as we do. Naturally, then. It wears out twice as quickly. It goes In the brim in no time over the waters Cincinnati Enquirer. Walter Winans 30400 Trotter Trial 2:19. Chestnut Stallion. SIRED BY ROBERT McGREGOR 647. record 2.17H. sire of Cresceus 2:02H. Kentucky Star 2:0SVi. Lurllne McGregor 2:11?4. Tom McGregor 2:12. Nyanta 2:124. and 84 others, and of the dams of Grattan Boy 2:08. Elloree 2:08,s. York Boy 2:091, and 47 others; son of Major EdsaJl 211. let Rilee, by Hotspur, Jr., 3612. Dam of Kate Ham 2:24, Sire of Tommy B 2:2414. and 4 others, and of th Geo. T. Putney 2:2S. dams of Ben H 2:214, and 5 others; son of Hot- spur 172; dam Patty, by Blind Tuckaboe; 2d darn Nance by Telegraph. 2d Dam Tugles, by Mambrino Gift 584. Record 2:20, sire of Mambrinette 2:21, and others, and of the dams of Sphinxetta 2:08. Sandy Boy 2:12, Louis Owokso 2:164, and 13 oth ers; son of Mambrino Pilot 29, etc. This horse will make the season of 1908 In the rear of Harmon Shofer'a Livery Stable, on South Sixth street, (between Sixth and Seventh etreeU). Richmond, Ind., at $15.00 to insure a mare la foal. CHARLES CHRISTMAN, Owner. Seed Potatoes Seed Oats Essex Rape Lawn Seed Garden Seed Seed Corn Prices Right Garver & Meyer Seed Merchants Notice Faraners LAUNDRY. We can help make yen happy hon estly we can. Richmond Steam Laundry. Sailors' Superstitions. It In a common belief among vail on that a ship which baa been sunk and raised Kiu Is b.nuuted by the ghosts of those who were drowned in her. Sotue years ago a large emigrant steamer was sunk in the Mediterra nean, and over 500 Uves were lost Thousands were spent in raising tha vessel. She ws brought home and refitted, but has never since been used. It la impossible to keep a crew. The men declare that every night the great bull ring with the creams and groans of the multitude who sink, like rata in a trap, to the bottom of sixty feet of stormy sea. Strand Magatine. A Philosopher" Wees. Diogenes dropped Into the cornet store. "Gimme a new candle for my lantern," he said, "and charge 'it," he added at the psychological moment. "Now, see here, Di,M protested the proprietor, "that blamed old lantern of yourn is on my books yet. 8ay, when yeh find yer honest man 1 hope he'll convert yeh.M Philadelphia Ledg er. Frosty I "Dora, would you be willing to mar. ry a young man who has to make his own way in the world and who has nothing but his lore for you to recom mend htm?" "Certainly, Gerald, If I cared enough for him, but at present I don't know of sny such young man. Frosty weather, Isn't itrChieago Tribune. The wisdom of a wise man looks like the hoTe in a doughnut when a small boy begins to ask him question Ex change. Confidence is the companion Of I.. cms. Chatham. Viboin-i: Onid iedil Flour makes dalicloua baked stuff. Raona. Deaths and Funerals. CRUMP The body of Cleo Crump, who died at Cincinnati at the ace of 31 years, arrived in the city today and was taken to his father's residence on South West Second street. The fu neral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2.-0O o'clock. Burial at Whitewater cemetery. Friends may call this evening; and tomorrow morn ing. LONG The funeral services of ?far garet Long will be held tomorrow afternoon at lJO o'clock, from the home of her daughter. Mrs. Vcrna Flagg. 27 South Second street. Bur ial will be in the family lot at Ceatar ville. There It 00 medietas sp ta4 at the asaie Mm to plastaal te taka aa Dr. Caldwell'a Srntp Pepsin. th poalthr ora for all diaaaaas artilar from stomach trouble. The price ia vary reas onable 50c and SL The Great Blood Purifier. For sale by Leo 11. Fihe. T. F. McDonald and V. II. Sudhoff. We are In a po sition to furnish good seeds for garden and farm at as low figures as any reliable bonse. Call or write as for cat alogue. Pbones H. 219S; B. 39S. Doddo," 22721. the imported French Percheron Stallion, better known as the Clevenger horse, and "Prince Wilkes' will be at my Farm this seas on, 2Vi miles north of Richmond, on MIddleboro Pike. The public is invit ed to call and see them. A. H. Pyle. R- F. D. No. 4, Phone 5105-C