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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Wanted, For Sale, For Rent, Lost, Found, Miscellaneous, Lodge Notice, Cards o Thanks, Obituaries, etc.. I CENT A WORD. Situations Wanted, are Free. The Market Place cf Richmond for buyer or seller. A trial will con vince ycu that Palladium Clarified 7 INSERTIONS FOR THE PR2CE iuvn..iu;ii i AliljAIilt.U AM) SL'.-XXLEUKAJl, WED.VESDAY, AI'HIL 8, 1!H)S. WANTED. MALE HELP WA N'T KD Young men to prepare for Exam, for Railway Mall and other Government posi tions?. Superior instruction by Mail. Established 14 years. Thousands of successful students. Sample ques tions and "liow Gov't. Positions an; Secured' Pent. free. Inter-Stato Schools, 5 50 2nd Ave., Cedar Rapids. Iowa. S-l2t WANTED By a competent young lady to do typewriting or abstract work in the afternoons.. Reasona ble rates and satisfaction guaran teed. Address "C" Palladium office. s-:;t WANTED To buy a good second hand boys' bicycle; call at the Commercial Club rooms Friday or Saturday. .s-3t WANTED Lady "7;f d" mon st rati vc ab ility to travel. Salary to start $10 per week and expenses. State pres ent, employment if any. Address "Immediate" care Palladium. S-lt WANTED Girl for general house work. 17 S. 19th. v-jt WANTED Woman to do washing. 17 S. 19th St. fMt WANTED Lots to plough for garden. Good work. Call phone 3733. 7-7t WANTED A young man in a grocery. Must be well recommended. None TODAY'S MARKFT QUOTATIONS NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. (By Correll and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton, Ohio.) New York, April S. Open High Low Amalgamated Copper 59 55 Is lis's American Smelting O.S'o 09 07!H American Sugar .: 124 124i 121 Atchison 75:Vi 7G"'R 7.V B. & o St si s;;78 B. R. T 40 40 "s 4:.V2 C. M. & St. P US 11S1-, 117i New York Central 9M,4 s-2 97 Northern Pac 127Vfc 127 120:H Pennsylvania 110:,i 110TH 110U People's Gas SS- Reading 10." 1o,j14 103;'4 Southern Pacific 737s 74 Vi 73as Union Pacific 120 1273s 1254 U. S. Steel 31 31 s 33 Vs U. S. Steel pfd ts8 9S,2 9S Great Northern 121'g 124 i 123U Chinaao. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. (By Corrtll pud Thompson. Brokers. Eaton. O.) Chicago, April S. Wheat. Open. Hign. Low. Close. Jlay July Sept )1 SHI ., S!t S.1 S4 !l- S."i ' ., corn. Open. HiKii. . H"AS C7'.. . C.2 W ' Oats. Open. High. . . o2 2 . 4.". 4.1 Low. cv t K , s l'.'2 Close. 07' i, r,tt.. 03;is Close. .12 4.1 3.7 Close. ?l."...1o 13.S.1 May July Bept Low. .12 4.1 iay July Bept Pork. High. si:l.i 13.S.1 Lard. High. $s.37 S.I'H Ribs. High. Open. .?13.:;.i . 13.H7 Low. $ 13.32 13.07 Low. SS.2-2 S.,1 Low. May July Open. . 8S.22 . S.,-k Open. . S7.4 Clos?. $S.37 s.co Close. S7..10 May July July S7..1o GOVERNMENT REPORT. Winter wheat. '.'1 .". -to. Winter wheat, i;m7. s: .1-10. Winter wheat, 1:h7, s: l-io. U. S. YARDS. CHICAGO. Chicago. April s Hogs, receipts 24,000; left over 0.511. Cattle 14.000; 6b.ee p 14,000. Hogs, Close. Light, $5. 05ft 0.10; mixed $5. 7.1ft 6.15; heavy $5. 70ft 0.10; rough $.1.70 ft" R.S5. Indianapolis Market. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. Best heavies $0. 25ft $6.40 Good to choice 0.10ft 0.25 BEEF STEERS. Good to choice heifers .. 6.2o(t 6.75 Medium to good steers.. O.S.Ift" 6.75 Choice to fancy yearlings 5.50 6.25 BUTCHER CATTLE. Choice to fancy heifers .. 4.75ft 5.S5 Good to choice heifers .. 4.25ft 4.65 VEAL CALVES. Good to choice $4.00$7.00 Fair to good 3.005T 6.00 STOCK CATTLE. Good to h'vy fleshy feed'rs 5.00 5.25 Fair to good feeders 4.65 5.00 Good to choice stocKers 3.50 4.50 Common to fair heifers . . 3.30 4.75 SHEEP. Choice lamb3 7.2o 8.00 Best yearlings 5.75 6.RO tftst -sheep .. .. 4.75(i 5.50 Richmond Grain Market. CRIcbraond Roller Mills) tVheat (per bu.) 93c but experienced need apply. Ad dress lil7 South .".th. S-lt WANTED See Morehead for profes sional vault cleaning. Phone 3177. 93S Butler street. 7-tf W A NT E I By M ay 1. cottage, half house or flat about five rooms,' cen trally located, near Main, 2 in fam ily, careful, prompt paying and per manent; not to exceed $15 per month. Address 09 North 1) street. 7-3t WANTED Lots ro plough" CaTTTa 100S South I. '-3t W A NT ED M en to Le a rh barber trade; will equip shop for you or furnish positions, few weeks com pletes, constant practice, careful in structions, tools given, Saturday wages, diplomas granted, write for catalogue. Molcr Barber College. Cincinnati. O. tf WANTED Washings"" or" houseelean ing to do. S13 N. sth street. H-'.'.t WANTED Ycur carpets, rugs, up holstery, mattresses, etc.. to clean by our vacuum process. Richmond House Cleaning Co. Phone, Home 1910. Bell 39.-R. 22-tf WA NT ED- To-clea n "a n d "repai r you r wheels. Elmer Smith, -V20 Main. i;s-tr FOR SALE. FOR SALE Richmond real estate a Close 0S"s 12I;l4 70 SI 40 US HS'i 127V3 110 ss lor. h 74 127 34 9SV. 124 Corn, (per bu.) 05 Oats, (per bu.) 47c Rye, tper bu.) 70c Bran, (per ton) $24.00 ?.iiddliugs, (per ton) $20.00 Richmond Hay Market. (Omar G. Whelan.) Timothy hay (baled) Timothy Hay (loose) Clover hay (baled) . Clover Hay (loose) ., Mixed Hay Straw, (per ton,) .... Corn (per bu) Oats (per bu.) Fodder (per ton) . . .. $12 to 13 .$10.00(0)11.00 $12.00 . .$9.0010.00 lO.tH) 0.00 . . . 55 to 5Sc 47 to 50c . .J7-00 Richmond Seed Market. (Runjre & Co.) Clover Seed (per bin $11.00 Timothy (per bu.) $2.25 Richmond. I CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir Best hogs, average 200 to 250 lbs $0.00 ft Good heavy packers .... 6.00ft Common and rough $4. 50ft ) $0.15 0.15 $5.00 5.00 4.25 3.75 3.50 Steers, corn fed 4.50ft Heifers 3.75ft' Kat cows 3.00 ft) Bulls 3. 25ft' Calves 6.50ft) Lambs 6.00 ft) 7.00 6.50 PRICES EOR POULTRY. (Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.) Young chickens, dressed, per lb . Old chickens, per lb 12. to Turkeys, per lb Ducks, per lb COUNTRY PRODUCE. Paid by Bee Hive t Creamery butter, per lb Country butter, per lb 20 to Eggs, per doz .10c 15c .ISc .15c 21c. 25c . .12 Pittsburg Livestock. Pittsburg. April S. Cattle Receipts light. Prime and extra, $6.50 a 7.00. Common and fair, $5.15ft 6.23. Veal, $3.007.25. Hogs Receipts S loads. Prime and yorkers. SO.oo ,; 6. 50. Common and rough. $5.00 vj 3.60. Pigs, $5. 50 ft' 3.60. Sheep and lambs, receipts light; steady. Good to prime $0.00 .i 0.50. Fair to choice lambs. $5.50 ft '11.30. Toledo Grain. Toledo. April S. Oats, 54. Wheat, 93. Clover seed. $13.10. Alsike $13.50. Rye, 82. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. specialty. Merchandise stocks, fire insurance. Porterf.eld, Kelly Block 8th & Main. 7tr FOR SALE Two sows ami shoats. Goo. W. Price, 5i;',lH. eight Phone s-7t FOFi SALE Eggs from America's best strains Barred Rocks. Two matings. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 379 or call 21 S. 23rd street. 8-12-1G FOR SALE Long silk coat; call 321 North West First. S-lt FOR SALE Velvet carpet at 1213 N. 1!. Call this week. 7-tf F01lSALE A fine lotof home grown seed potatoes at 100 N. F St. 8-7t FOR SALE One oak bed-room set, one lounge, one Alaska refrigerator, one side-board and other articles; 22 North 11th street, upper fiat. 7-2t FOR SALIC Modern ste'd range; Mrs. Cain, 22 N. 11th street, upstairs. 7-2t FOR SALE Clieap" 110 cement blocks, each 'lz feet long, good for foundation wall; also 7T feet, of high board fence; 1901 Main street. 7-3t FOR SALE Fireproof safe, bargain; address, Harris, 407 V. B. Building. Dayton, Ohio. FOR-S A LE A fine veranda, 10th street. -tf 112 N. -l-7t Wyandotte eggs for 50e. Albert. FOlt" SALE White for hatching. 15 Cincinnati Livestock. Cincinnati. April S. Hogs Receipts 3,209; Cattle Receipts S00, Shippers, $5. 05ft 0.50. Veal $5.5nft 6.50. Sheep. $3.505.25. Lambs, $6.008.00. steady, strong. East Buffalo Livestock. East Buffalo, April 8. Cattle Receipts, 20, steady. Veal and calves. $3.75' 7.75. Sheep anil lambs, receipts 0,000. Sheep $3. 75 ft 0.75. Lambs, cull to choice, $5. 25ft S. 40. Hogs Receipts, 2,550. Mixed and Yorkers, $6. 25ft, 6.60. Pigs, $5. 75 ft 5. S5. Heavies and rough, $5. 50ft 0.05. FOIBLES OF LITERARY MEN. Keats liked red pepper on his toast. Dickens was fond of wearing jew elry. Daudet wore his eyeglasses when asleep. Joaquin Miller nails all his chairs to the wall. Hawthorne always washed his hands before reading a letter from his wife. Alexandre Dumas the younger bought a new painting every time he had a new book published. Thackeray used to lift his hat when ever he passed the house in which he wrote "Vanity Tair." Robert Browning could not sit still. With the constant shuttling of his feet holes were worn in the carpet. Robert Louis Stevenson's favorite recreation was playing the flute in or der, as he said, to tune up his ideas. Darwin had no respect for books and would cut a big Tolume in two for con venience in handling, or he would tear out the leaves he required for refer ence. o Swrrtheartlnar In Ireland. Through a great part of Ireland pub lie opinion, molded by the clergy, sepa rates the sexes as far as possible. At the church door and wherever else they congregate men group on one side, wo men on the other. It is not well thought of for people of opposite sexes to be seen walking along the road to gether even to a market. The position certainly of some ecclesiastics has been made definite by the refusal of certain bishops to allow "mixed class es'' in branches of the Gaelic league. On the whole, public opinion discour ages whatever can be justly or even uujustly set down as svveethearting. Edinburgh Review. Thf Extinct Mnmo. Terhaps the most notable native bird of the Sandwich Islands was the ina ruo. which ha9 been extinct compara tively only a few years. It had two little tufts of yellow feathers on its wings, which were used exclusively in the manufacture of cloaks worn by the kings of those islands. The estimated value of one of the cloaks is 200,000, and it took an almost indefinite num ber of birds to furnish the feathers. London Times. Thunder and Ligrhtnins. Here is a Georgia youngster's defini tion of thunder and lightning: "The thunder is maw readin' a lec ture to paw, an' the lightnin' is paw runnin' to git away from it. But I doubt if lisrhtnin' kin beat him when he jumps the garden fence an' hits the grit!" Atlanta Constitution. All In the Point of View. "It seems a terrible thing to lead a dog's life," panted the cur with the tin can attachment, crawling into a cor ner to rest himself. "Oh, I don't know!" contentedly an swered the lap dog. Chicago Tribune. elf Kateetn. Druggist Huh! You seem to thick you are the boss of this establishment. New Clerk Oli. no, sir. Druggist Then why do you talk like a blooming Idiot Exchanga. Kirby, National Road east. Phone 3f,29. rt FOR SALE-1" head of horses. Pub'k auction. Saturday, April 11th. Taube's barn. I'Jt'. N. ;th St. r,-tf FOR SALE Household goods at 3"3 Pearl St. 0-3t FOR SA LE- Two sets of single buggy harness, all in good order. Cheap. Frank M. Clark, 321 N. 11th St. .V.f FOR-'SALE Several thousand verifi ed paving brick. Frank M. Clark, 321 N. 11th St. ,Vf FO RSAI jK Fi nes t b u i 1 d i n g 1 o t "in Richmond. Located on South 21st St., half square from Main. 120 feet, front. Frank M. Clark, 32! N. 11th St. r,;f IFOR SALE Lot South Sth street, 39x 130; cheap if sold at once; 109 South ."th street. 1-1 1 FOR" SALE- White" Wyandotte eggs! Th W. Radke. 317 S. 3.d St. .3-7t FOR SALE N(w l'.to.s wheels and sun dries. Elmer Smith, 4-'. Main. 13-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished double rooms with bath, suitable for 2 gentle men; call at 21 '2 N. 9th. S-tf 3 i FOR RENT Seven rooms, both wat- j HAZED STUDENT VICTIM OF RUSH New York University Students Angered. New York, April s. Following the suspensions of the junior class of Xew York university for three days, today, for participating in hazing a student named Bloch ,the students espied Bloch on the campus, and made a con certed rush for him. His eyes were blackened and he was badly bruised. EVIL EYE CHARMS. Tlte Trne Italian Talisman In In the SLniie of u Tiny Hand. In Italy the aristocracy still protects Itself from the evil eye, and the multi tude is still devoted to the little evil eye charms to secure immunity from disaster. The true evil eye charm of the Ital ians is in the shape of a tiny hand, the Index and the little finger being point ed out and the third and fourth fingers being held down by the thumb. The charm, however, is merely a represen tation of the way in which the Italian holds his hand. When pointed outward he wishes to cast the evil eye on an enemy, or when turned toward himself J be thinks to protect himself from its malicious spell. This little charm can be bought In Italy of various materials, coral, tor toise shell, silver and gold being the ones in highest favor. The coral charms are those worn by the poorer classes, since of a cheap grade of the material they can be bought for a few sous. Naturally the aristocracy prefer them of gold. In Italian money these tiny things then cost the equivalent of about $S. Sometimes they are seen exquisitely modeled, the fingers and nails being as carefully chiseled as marble statue. Another small hand that the Italian wears as a charm Is known as the Manus Panthea, a facsimile of which Is to be found in the museum in Rome. It is referred to in various Egyptian papyri, and Indeed was worn by the ancients to prevent disease and witch craft and the evil eye from taking hold of them and to induce love and amia bility. This hand has the thumb, the Index and the middle fingers held out in a straight line, while the other two are turned under toward the palm of the hand. Instead of being smooth on its outer surface, as is the evil eye hand, it is covered with many mystical sym bolsa tooth, a serpent, and so on. Each of these little signs has its pe culiar charm and is as well understood and heeded among the Italians today as formerly among the Egyptian magi cians. The third small hand which the Ital ians wear for their supposed good is the so called Manus Pontiflcou. or the hand of the Holy Father. It shows the four fingers held out closely together, and the thumb aloce is curved under j the palm of the hand. As the Manus Fantbea, it is covered on the outside with mystical symbols. Washington Star. Just to H is Taste. A country clergyman on his round of visits interviewed a youngster as to his acquaintance with Fdb'.e 6tories. "My lad," he sa.d. "you have, of course, heard of the parables;" "Yes. sir." shyly answered the boy, whose mother had inducted him la sa cred history; "yes, sir." "Good!" said the clergyman. "Now, which of them do you like the best of all?" The boy squirmed, but at last heed ing his mother's frowns, he replied, "I guess I like that one where somebody loafs and fishes " Softiia: Xtfcer uaad Gold Medal Tiov THEEE8A. t ers in kitchen rain wa'er in wash- i house, two gard.-us. lame yaul. ' plenty fruit, rooms all n-v ly ) ,i, : ; ed and painted, t.nni'y with no child ren preferred. Inquire at Corne'ius Drug Store. Cenrer i'le. s-it FOR RENT Furnished room. liaV. airy. $l."o week. 2"7 S. .".;h St. s 2' FOR RENT Brick house. room, good barn ami oMt huildinirs. with three aefes (if good ground. Price reasonable. See W. J. lliatt. No. '; N. i-th St. v I it. 12 FOR RENT Furnished room wi'h board. :: ! N. Cih St. 7 Tf FOR RENT Desirable room, modern. 217 North Seventh. 7-7t FORRKNT Funii..he.l ro.ni : uiTxT" ern conveniences; 1U3 S. '.'th street. 7-7t FOR RENT -House, No. ir,l N. E. St.; S rooms and bath; electricity: all conveniences. For information inquire at the barber shop. -1 7i FOR RENT Bus iness rooms and flats. Ft. Wayne Ave. See Alfords. 2'1-tf. FOR RENT A good six roomed house and barn, 700 South 13th and G. 4 tf FOR RENT- Five room house, S. 11th 3nd J streets, with large garden. Call Phone No. 123.". 2-tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms; also ACTIVE CAMPAIGN AGAINST DEBTORS County Treas. Myrick Hopes To Bring Delinquents To Time. COUNTY COUNCIL A.uo H!W. APPROPRIATION MADE TO COVER EXPENSE OF CARRYING ON THE WORK OTHER APPROPRIA TIONS MADE. An active campaign is to be inaugu rated against the delinquent personal tax debtors of Wayne county by the treasurer B. B. Myrick ,lr. In order to arm him for the work, the county council this afternoon voted an appro priation of $200. This money will be expended for stationary and the ex pense of other efforts to bring about the payment of delinquent jiersonal tax prior to personal service by a deputy. The tax commissioners of the state- have been urging the treasurer to force the collection of this tax for several weeks. Appropriations were made by the county council as follows: Janitor service, court house $127.50; truancy officer $3.00; court room re pairs $40; law books $65; board of health $3,00; repairing Sugar Grove bridto $250; piling at Davis ford. Clay township. $200. BILL OF EXCEPTIONS No Notice of Receiver's Ap pointment for Colonial Block Filed. DATE OF HEARING IS SET. Wednesday, April' 22, has been set as the date for the trial of the case of the Peoples Ioan a:rl Trust, company, of Winchester vs. Edwin M. Camp field. The plaintiff has secured the appointment of a temporary receiver and when the case conies to trial an effort will be made to have tlio receiv ership declared permanent. The attor ney for the defendant has filed a bill of exceptions to the appointment of a receiver by the court and allege no notice was given that, such action was contemplated and that, it was taken without the knowledge of the defen dant or his attorney. It is argued also that the removal of the papers in I the case from the files prevented the ; defendant from preparing any de fense. " The Vaiue of Water. The daily consumption of water should be from four to five pints. The functions of the Ixvdy are carried oa only in the presence of and by the aid of water. Digestioa. assimilation, tis sue changes and elimination are de pendent on a sufficient supply of wa ter, and any amount less than normal impairs these functions. Without free drinking of water there can be no free removal of objectionable material from the body. With the free use of water the removal will often take care of it self. Drinking cold water increases arterial tension, reduces bodily temper ature, increases the action ut the in testines, biliary secretion and a.i.3 di gestion. Family Herald ! ffuv rooms with steam hear bath, at The Grand, for g r.ts o-t'.y 3-4-tf FOR KENT lie ges, l-.i N l'.-ih a: ;d ;".2 i S. vth by Ap: il 1--:. Inquire over; 71-; Ma;:: 2f-tf. j i'VtK KENT - Furnished f;--nt ff',:i; ! wi'h j:nn'.er;i conv e::l":iees. ' N.I l"th 2 tf j Foil KEN T- Fa: nished iooir. for' ligat h-usekveidng. 220 N. 12'h Sr. j MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE Shirtwaists made to order. Children's clothing a specialty. Kmuns .":'. M Colonial B! Ig. A:11 GEO. M. G t F.ii General contractor. Cari'iiter. and builder. Job work. Screens and screen doors. Automa tic phone 1 ;;:,!'.. 2-"etf HERBERT B. LOPER Dent ist ; room 10 Colonial Bldg., phone 1034. :ah PROF. Kollipg. for a sure cure for corns. 2 S. Sth. Phone 4242. 17 -;t MONUMENTS AND MARKERS. Richmond Monument Co., C. E. Bradbury, Mgr., S3 North Sth Street FIRE INSURANCE. Richmond Insurance Agency, Hans N. Roll, Mgr., 716 Main. 14 tf FOBPETIT JURY Deputy Sheriff Has Complet ed Work. Deputy Sheriff Mashmeyer has suc ceeded in serving the venire for the petit jury of the April term of the cir cuit court. The men summoned and the townships they represent are as follows: .lames R. Helms. Abington; John H. Jackson, Center; Merritt Nicholson, Clay; E. O. Beeson, Dal ton; W. O. Seaney. Franklin; Carl Coggshall, Greene; George Drischel, Jackson; Enos Warfel. Jefferson: Al len Pierce, Perry; The Crist, Washington; Will Spalding. Wayne; W. M. Harris, Webster. If you are troubled with lck headache, con stipation, indigestion, offensive breath or any disease arising from stomach trouble, grt a 50c or Jl bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is positively guaranteed to cure you. WiNirr.en: Quid Modal Flour is best for pastry. Bkatbicb I Low Rates to California t and North t Pacific Coast t Points J One Way Second Class Colonist Tickets, Via I C, C. & L I t To California Points -$41.55 J To Washington, Oregon, ; Etc., $41.55 I These rates are in effect Mar. 1st to April 30th. From all points on C, C. & L. Railroad. For Particulars call C. A. Blair. Home Phone 2062. Round Trip Sunday Rates Every Sunday Via The C. C. & L. R. R. To Cincinnati, O J1.30 To Cottage Grove, Ind 55 To Boston, Ini 23 To Webster 1 To Williamsburg ZZ To Economy 50 To Losantville 70 To Muncie 1.20 To Marion 2.10 To Peru 2 95 Trains Leave going East, 5:15 a, m. Trains Lv. going West 10:55 a. m. Daily. For further Information call C. A. BLAIR, P. & T. A., Home Tel. 2062. Richmond. Notice Farmers FARM LANDS. ' !! p'..ces ;:..ir city, .1. Ed. Moore, ov. r ' N. 7;h street. janv3mo LAUNDRY. We can help make ycu harpy hon estly wa cau. Richmond Stcaia Laundry. UNDERTAKERS. H. li. Downing &. Son. 16 N. th U l2septfinio FINANCIAL. MONEY LOANED lxw rates, easy terms. Thompson's loan and real estate agency. Wide Ktalrs, 710 Main street. Bond's automatic phene No. 2toS. 1-wed-thurs fri-eat-tf Mut Hava Been a Hard Talk. A theological student van sent on Sunday to supply a vacant pulpit In a Connecticut vnltpy town. A few day after be received a copy of the weekly paper rf that place with the following item marked: "Rpt. of the senior class nt Yale seminary stipplled th rulplt at the Conrrejfational church last Sunday, and the church will now be closed three weeks for repairs." ArfonanL RECEIVER'S SALE OF REAL ES TATE. Notice Is hereby given that th tin dersigned Dickinson Trtit company, an receiver, appointed by the Wayr.w Cir cuit court in the cause of Klla J. Ix gan vs. John A. Logan, will, by virtue of the order of the Wayne Circuit court, on Friday, the "4th of April, 1!S, at two o'clock, p. m . on said day. offer for sale and sell at public, auction on the premises hereinafter described, the following described peal estate In the City of Richmond. Wayne county . Indiana, to-wit: A part of the north east quarter of Section Four 4, town ship thirteen (1.1), north and range one (D west, bounded an follows, 1o wit: Beginning at the southeast cor ner of Sonth Tw-enty-flrst and "A" street in the city of Richmond; thence rimning south along the west line of said Twenty-first street, fifty three, and three-quarters- ("CAJ feet; thene. west one hundred and eighty (l.s) feet; thence north fifty-three and three-quarters 03fti) feet to the south line of South "A" street; thence east one hun dred and eighty lsi( feet along th south line of South "A" street to the place of beginning. Heing the property at the southwest corner of Twenty-first and South A streets. Terms of Sale One-third of the. pur chase money will be required to be paid In cash, one third in nine months and one third In eighteen months from the day of sale, or the purchaser may pay all of the purchase money in cash at his option. In ease of deferred payments of purchase money, the pur chaser will be- required to eiecuta hts note therefor, waiving valuation or ap praisement laws, bearing sir per cent per annum interest from th dat thereof and secured hy mortgage on the real estate 60ld. If above described real estate shall not be sold at public aurtion on said day, the sam will be heM and offered at private sale on the same terms un til 6old, and bids therefor will be re ceived by the undersigned at it place of business, number 'J2 South Eighth street. DICKINSON TRUST COMPANY, Receiver. Robblns, Starr and Robbies, Atty's. aprl-lS Imported German Coach Stallion Videto 3205 will make the season of lf0S at the stable of Bertsch Bros., East Main St., Cenlerville, Ind. VIDKTO is a beautiful bay stllion. If, hands high, weighs l.'iOQ pounds, broad, flat b-n. fine style, ac'ion and finish. Sired by Adelbert by i Asmar 1177 by Finer 1 004 by Young j Othello D.n. Dam. Yeiga, 5."14 by Em ' igrar.t 42", by Hanover Yondbusch Nord U. G. B. 715. 2d Dam. Viper 1563 by Matador 10i0 by Maqnot V60 by Azememnon 560. The Great B'ood Purifier. For sal by Leo II. Fihe. T. F. McDonald and W. H. Sudhoff. "Doddo," 22721, the imported French Perchercn Stallion, better known as the Clevenger horse, and "Prince Wilkes" will be at my Farm this seas on, 2li miles north of Richmond, on Middleboro Pike. The public is incit ed to call and see them. A. H. Pyle. R. F. D. No. 4. Phone 5103-C.