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THE RICHMOND PALLADIU3I AND SUX-TELEGKA3I, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 11K)S.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT! Wanted, For Sale, For Rent, Lost, Found, Miscellaneous, Lodge Notice, Cards off Thanks, Obituaries, etc.. I CENT A WORD. Situations Wanted, are Free. The Market Place of Richmond for buyer cr seller. A trial will con vince you that Palladium Classified Ads re result bringers. 7 INSERTIONS FOR THE PRICE OF 5. WANTED. WANTKD A good man to drive a team. Thomas Mortz. 'Jt-lt WANTKD Hoy to work on farm. :YJ. N. 18th St. 21-2t WANTKO Man to plow ground; call at 21i North 9th street. 23-2t WANTKD Unfurnished room by lady with good references and no child ren. Address "Nellie" care Pallad ium. 23-::t. WANTED Family "washings; call at 121 South Sth street. 22-Ct WAN'TKI-) To do your upholstering; F"ine line of samples to select from. Holthouse, 121 South 6th street. Phone 4201. 227t WANTKD Shoe"" repairing by .1. Abley. 12 South Ninth. 20-7t WNrTTTiJ-V)uFo('aiTs, "perambula TODAY'S MARKFT QUOTATIONS NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. (By Correll and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton, Ohio.) S'ew York, April 21. Open High Low Amalgamated Copper ,;i)3s American Smelting 71 "-'i 70:?i American Sugar - 12 127S, 120 Atchison - "1i T,12 B. & 0 4?s s: 84J RUT 40;'i 47 40:!4 C. M. & St. P , 120 122 120 New York Central l""1 Northern Pac t-s 1-7 Pennsylvania 'H HV4 Hi People's Gas V MHi '"".i Reading 17,4 W' 1"4 Southern Pacific 77 76 Union Pacific WV 1334 131 '.4 U. S. Steel :;t;5s 53i U. S. Steel pfd M7s l""7s Great Northern l-M'i 126 124Vi Chioacjo. CHICACO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. (By CoTtI! and Thompson. Brokers. Eaton. 0. "hicago. April 2 I. Wheat. Open. High. Low. Close. May '.'7 us :7 !7'i !7 ssi , S7S July Sept . . . . SSI .. S'tl .... S.M, S.V, Sv'.s sis Corn. Open. Hin. Low. Close May t'.T'js ''7I- l"'.Ts W5"; July rc' '".' i t'2:!, Sept CA':. iv-k ci ci Oats. Open. High. Low. Close. May T..T1 :.:;:t4 r.:: July 4.V's ir l."::s 4.""s Sept :vrii .".7't .".uts :;-," Pork. Open. High. Low. Close. July .. .$13.40 ,S13. t ?13.22 $i:J. 22 Sept .. . 13.7 l."..7 13.", 13." Lard. Open. High. Low. Closa. July . . . $S.32 !?S.r,2 $S.22 $.22 Sept . . . S..IO S..V2 8.42 8.42 Ribs. Open. High. Low. Close. July . . . $7.22 $7.22 $7.10 7.10 Sept . . . 7.42 7.42 7.;:,". 7.3,' U. S. YARDS, CHICAGO. Chicago, April 24. Hogs, receipts. 30.000; Cattle. Light .Ixed Heavy Hough ,'c higher, left over 4,723. 12,000. Sheep 7,000. Hogs, Close. $:..207) $o.75 fi.o.Vfi ri.77l-2 r.20f 5.75 5.20 -I .".40 Indianapolis Market. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. Best, heavies f 5.6.(f7 j Good to choice 5.r0.iY BEKP STbJSRS. Good to choice heifers.... 6.1 ",Jf IMedium to good steers .. 6.2,Vy Choice to fancy yearlings .504 BUTCHLR CATTLE. Choice to fancy heifers.. .Y2.V,f Good to choice heifers .... 4.i"T,r,f: VEAL CALVES. Good to choice 3.00 'a Fair to good 2.00 STOCK CATTLE. Good to h'vy fleshy feed'rs Ti.OOff Fair to good feeders I Wif Good to choice stocKcrs 3..V5f Common to fair heifers .. 3.303 SHEEP. Choice lambs 7.25'(f Best yearlings 5.7Cj; o. , r.7o 6,r- 6.65 6.25 6.25 ."..10 6.00 5.50 5.25 5.00 4.50 4.75 7.50 6.50 Richmond. CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs, average 200 to 250 lbs $6,00 3 $6 Good heavy packers 6.00 ii 6 Common and rough $4.50$5 Steers, corn fed 4.."xv,; 5 Heifers 4.0hy,$ 4 Fat cows o.T.Vgl 4 Fulls 3.ro(t 4 Calves 6.00 if 6 Lambs 6.00i? 6 .10 .10 .00 .25 .50 .25 .OO .50 .50 PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.) Young chickens, dressed, per lb ..10c Old chickens, per lb 12' j to 15c fTurkeys, per lb ISc tor or baby-cab wheels which need new rubber tires. Elmer Smith. -iL'i; Main street -Mot WANTED See Morehead for profes sional vault cleaning. Phone 3177. 0:jS Butler street. 7-tf W"ANTED":To clean and repair your wheols. Elmer Smith, 4U'j Main. ia-tf WANTEJJYour-caVpetsT rugs, up holstery, mattresses, etc.. to clean by our vacuum process. Richmond House Cleaning Co. Phone. Home 1916. Bell ZillR. 22-tf WANTED Men to Loam 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. Moler Barber College. Cincinnati. O. tf Close 60 71 127'-s 79 Vi sr. 4 7 '" h 121 100 130 119 9 1 '4 109 77 133' 2 3fii s IOO1.3 120 Ducks, per lb 15c COUNTRY PRODUCE. G'afd by Bee Hive.) Creamery butter, per lb 31c Country butter, per lb., 20 to 25c Eggs, per doz 12 Richmond Grain Market. (Rich;v.ond Roller Mills) Wheat ( per bu.) 93c Corn, (per bu.) 65 Oats, (per bu.) 47c Rye. (per bu.) 70c Bran (per ton) $26.00 Middlings (per ton) $2S.00 Richmond Hay Market. (Omar G. Whelan.) Timothy hay (baled) .. .. $12 to 13 Timothy Hay (loose) ... $10.00 11.00 Clover hay (baled) $10 Clover Hay (loose) $3.00S10.00 Mixed Hay 10.00 Straw, tper ton,) ;.oo Corn (per bu.) 60c. Oats (per bu.) 47 to 50c Fodder (per ton) $7.00 Richmond Seed Market. (Range & Co.) Clover Seed (per bu) $10.00 Timothy (per bu) $2.00 Pittsburg Livestock. Pittsburg, April 21. Cattle Receipts light. Prime and extra $6.0,0 ( 6.90. Common and fair $5.75?' 6.00. Veal $.".O0J; 5.75. Hogs Receipts 6 loads. Prime and yorkers $6.00'a 6.05. Pigs $4.75 ft 5.00. Sheep and lambs, receipts light; steady. Good to prime $6.00 & 6.20. Pair to good lambs $ 4.50 V 7.30. Cincinnati Livestock. Cincinnati. April 24. Hogs Receipts 3137; strong. Butchers, $5.65 it 5. SO. Pigs. $3.354.00. Cattle Receipts S4 1: steady. Shippers. $5.6-" (jf 6.50. Veal. $5.00 5.i 25. Sheep and Lambs Receipts steady. Sheep, $3.35 'a 5.10. Lambs. $6.10:'a7.60. East Buffalo Livestock. East Buffalo, April 24. Cattle Receipts 50: steady. Sheep and lambs Receipts $.200. Sheep $3,751? 5.90. lambs. cull to choice $5,005? 7.65. Hogs Receipts 6.S0O. Mixed and yorkers $50'?f 6.05. Pigs $5,353 5.50. Heavies and rough $4 .90 -if 6.25. Toledo Grain. Toledo, April 24. Oats 54 i. Wheat 99. Clover seed. $12.50. Alsike $13.50. Rye, S0Ji. Eithxvsia: You can't fail with Gold Medal Flour. FOR SALE, FOR SALE Richmond real estate a specialty. Merchandise stocks, fire insurance. Pcrterf'.eld, Kelly Block, Sth & Main. 7ti FOR SALE Automobile runabout at bargain. Call at Knode's Music Store. 5 N. Mh St. "J 4 -1 1 FOR SALE OR TRADE For town property 7u acres 7 miles from Richmond, also small place near traction line; we also have a large list of desirable farms for sale, if j ou want a farm see us. we have some bargains. Dye & Price, 901 Main St. Phone 21.VI. 24-7t FOR SALE 100 pound refrigerator; 44 South 9th. 2:!-2t FOR SALE Roof and bridge paint, guaranteed five years. Retail at ACCUSED EMBEZZLER'S TRIAL POSTPONED Case Has Been Continued 0ft ener Than Any Other. Although the prosecuting attorney and Will Kelly, associate counsel in the case of the State vs. Hunt, had declared they would insist on the trial of ihe case on the date fixed, it has been con tinued again indefinitely. This case has been continued oftener than any appearing on the criminal docket. Hunt is charged with embezzlement. He was indicted by the grand jury and is i nner bond. The case has been con tinued through the October term of last. year, the January term of this year and so far has dodged trial in the April term. JACOB BUTTS NOT YET F Relatives of Man Who Disap peared Still in Dark. Relatives at Rushville have not suc ceeded in locating Jacob Butts, the former employe at the City restaur ant, who disappeared from this city several weeks ago. It was feared at. first Butts had committed suicide but later it was believed most, likely lie left for parts unknown. Butts went away from Richmond without .secur ing ali the money due him from his employer. EX-PRESIDENT CLEVELAND MUCH IMPROVED IS Condition Is Encouraging to Physicians. New York. April 2 4.--Ex-President C, rover Cleveland is much improved to day. His condition is encouraging to attending physicians. MOTHER FEARS FOR HER SON'S ACTS Thinks He Will Do Violence to Wife. New York, April 24. Fearing Harry Thaw will do personal violence to his wife, or E. R. Thomas, who has been much in her company recently, his mother engaged detectives to watch him in the event he is released from Matteawan. BLUECOATS DECIDE TO STRIKE THEMSELVES Object to Strike Breaking Methods. Pensacola. Fla.. April 24. Object ing to the methods employed to break the street car strike, sixteen police men went on a strike this ruorniu;. Saint-Simon's Poverty. Saint-Simon, the celebrated French author who wrote "The Reorganization of European Society," was twice driven by want to attempt his own life, and, although he died a natural death in the end, it was among the most lam entable surroundings. "For fifteen days." he says, writing to a friend just before the end came. "J have lived cpon bread and water, without a fire. I have even sold my clothe." wholesale price. Cle.ndenin & Co.. 'S Fi. Wayne ave. Both phones. mar 1 '- m o n - f r i -m o ? t O R SAL E - N . w 1 .) wheels an 1 si: n -dries. Elmer Smith. l-"; Main. FOR SALE New. antique and second hand furniture,, at lowest prices. An tique Furniture Co.. 519 Main St. 22-7T FOR SALE - Phaeton. Westcott make, rubber tire, good as new. Set of harness equally pood. 4" South 1-th street. Telephone 44 Ml. - 7t FOR SALE Fireproof safe", bargain; address. Harris, 407 U. B. Building. Dayton, Ohio. 7-tf FOR" SALE Tw: ""first-class driving horses; call at Barn. 22 N. 14th street. 13-14t PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. ENGLISH IH BATTLE Sixty Men Were Killed and Eighty Were Injured at Simla. MOHMANDS' LOSS HEAVY. BULLETIN. London. Aug.. April 21. - In an en gagement reported at Simla. India, the British lost sixty killed and eighty wounded. The Mohmandsost over two hundred. Simla. April '4. A mixed force of British and Indian troops is at present being rapidly mobolized near Pesha wur. for another punitive expedition against the fanatical tribes who re cently have been raiding and looting villages on the Peshawur border. The. prime movers in the present rising are the Mohmands. a Pathan tribe oc cupjing the hills between Peshawur and Kopat. DROWNED HERSELF IN DEEP WELL Lad, Intended Victim, Escaped From Mother. Norwalk, April 24. Mrs. Geo. Tem ple in a fit of despondency over do mestic trouble drowned herself in a well last night. She intended to take her six year old son with her but he escaped. MEETS HIS LITTLE DUCKY DARLINT De Sagan and Anna Gould Are In Naples. Naples, April 24. Mme. Anna Gould arrived here today and was met by Prince Helie de Sagan. It is believed arrangements were made for an early wedding. A Lost Compliment. An eminent singer of foreign birth whose appetite Is such that it almost rivals the fame of his voice dined at a table where all the women were rea sonably mature, with the exception of the nineteen year-old daughter of his host, who sat at the great man's left. The artist paid avid attention to his plate until the latter stages of the re past, when the dishes began to come slowly enough for him to engage in conrersation wiih the young person, to I whom in the Latin manner he paid a J Latin compliment, assuring her in her j private ear that to him she "seemed j like a flower among vegetables." i "Then I can scarcely hope to occupy ! first place in your thoughts at dinner," she responded demurely. And the eminent singer could not think of an answer. Harper's Weekly. Had Practiced. Cardinal Richelieu once listened to 1 an earnest sermon by a shoemaker, j The man was simple and unaffected ' and apparently not at all dismayed by j the presence of the cardinal. j "How could you preach to m with so much confidence?" Richelieu asked him in evident surprise. "Monsigneur," replied the shoemaker, "I learned my sermon by reciting it to a field of cabbage heads in the midst of which was one red one. and this practice enabled me to preach to you." Doing Very Well. "How's your son making out In busi ness?" asked the first capitalist. "Very well indeed," replied the other; "he's got a quarter of a million. "Why, you started him with a mil lion, didn't you?" "Yes, and it's two months now since he started operations in Wall street." Philadelphia frees. FOR RENT. FOR RENT-Two funiis-h.-d fr..nt roonif, one on first floor, for gent. 2J1 North PJth. -J2. FOR RKN'T Housi', 5 nnjinV." "?'M barn. 10 acres of good ground, lots of fruit of all kinds. Possession in 10 days. Sey me rjuick, Al H. Hunt. 7 N. 9th St. 2 4-1 T FOR RENT Two four"" room "flats, two two room flats. New Avenue House, 240 Fort Wayne Ave. FOR RENT Flat; 5 roolnsT "mod ovr, "22 North Sth. l-7t FOR RENT Furnished "rooms; also office rooms, with steam heat and bath, at The Grand, for gents only. a-4-ti FOR RENT Business rooms andfla7s Ft. Wavne Ave. See Alfords. -tf ALL ARE INTERESTED IN CORN SCHOOL Professor Christie Will Brought Here. Be The organization for the purpose of conducting a corn school in Wayne county is delayed temporarily through the inability of the committee to make arrangements with Prof. Christie, of Purdue University. Professor Christie has written he has completed his trav eling lectures and will be prepared to take tin the matter of the prosposed school in this county in a short time. Nearly every farmer in the county is interested in the prospects of the school. PLANS LAID EOR SIX MONTHS POLL Bowman Has Issued Instruc tions. The six months' Republican poll of the county, will be taken, May 3. In structions to this effect were issued by County Chairman Bowman today. The ward chairmen are to be assisted by precinct committeemen in taking the poll. It is probable that in this city the wards will be divided and the poll of each street taken by a resident of the street. The poll books were distributed this morning. A 'FRANK CRITIC. She Contrasts the Opsra With a Can tata at Home. It was Rufua Choae, who was not musical, who nee at the opera gazed helplessly at his libretto and, turning to his daughter, who was musical, said: "Helen, expound to me this record, lest I dilate with the wrong emotion." Mrs. Blnns of Dulverton, who Is also unmusical, recently attended the opera with her daughter and felt that her emotions there were hardly satisfac tory. "Yes." she told her friends on return ing to the Tillage, "Louisy took me to the opery, and it certainly was a sight. It was real interesting looking round before it begun, and I enjoyed it some afterwards, too; really I did. There was so many folks in it and such a lot of going and coming and marching and grouping It made quite a picture. "And the music, too-some of it had quite a swing to it, most as good as a p'rade. But it went on and on and on, and I begun to get pretty tired of It, and it kep' on and on, and I got tireder and tireder. "You see, 'twa'n't like a cantata at home, where you know the folks. That's different. It don't matter then how long the ptory strings out, and singing any kind o' story does string it out ridiculous; but. knowing the folks, there's always something interesting you can turn your mind to and for get it. "Now, when the Choral club gave 'King Rainy'8 Daughter' there was all their clothes to look at first off. And my, there were some clever makeover amongst 'em too. Y'ou remember Se liny Meade's dress for the princess she got out o' that old stained wedding satin o' Great-grandmother Barclay's? If that wa'n't a job to be proud of I don't know what is! "And Sam Glddings' trousers well, they weren't trousers exactly, but those things he wore on his legs Sam felt he oughtn't to hire, and Jane Gld dings made 'em herself! How she ever did it! I'd as soon try cutting out a suit o' court clo'es for the emperor of Chiny myself. "Then I always fin it kind o' enter taining to watch out for Ixmny Ba ker's gold front tooth to fiash when he opens wide on a top note, and oh, well, you know how 'tis. There's al ways something. "But at the opery there ain't, and by the end of an hour of bang and too tle and tum-te-tuin and tra-la-la I'd had all I wanted, and but for hurtine; Lou isy'a feelings I'd ha' left She says 'twaa grand, and I dare say 'twas, but give me the town hall and home tal ent every time." Youtb's Companion. THrnr-TA: Gold Medal Flour makes lightest breaii Sea. MISCELLANEOUS. ACME Dry ON a:.;: a:;. L.iii: -s ;'. ;r .1 kirt. 7th ';e. r. P: ; n 2,.-7t LOST--A Mack and whtv pig. Notify the I 'nit i: h e Co "J t NOTICE Bazaar Junior. Dusty M . Black Raven will make the reason 19os at in y- place 2'-j tr.iK s north if' Richmond on Midi'eboro Pike. El Norris, Phone 1 ."(," E. a; rl2 lmo GEO. M. Gl'VER General contractor. Ca: ivnter. and builder. Job work. Screens and scree:, doors. Auto'ii.v tic phone i:-.n. 25-tt FIRE INSURANCE Richmond Insurance Agency, Hans N. Koll, Mgr., 71fi Main. 14 tf Home Tel. 2062 Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisville Railroad Co. Eastbound Chicago Cincinnati STATIONS Lv Chicago Ar Peru Lv Peru Lv Marion J Lv Muncle Lv Richmond Lv Cottage Grove iAr Cincinnati .... Westbound Cincinnati Chicago HE STATIONS Lv Cincinnati Lv Cottage Grove Lv Richmond Lv Muncle Lv Marlon Ar Peru Lv Peru Ar Chicago (12th St. Station). Through Vestibuled Trains between Chicago and Cincinnati over our own rails. Double daily service. Through Sleepers nn trains Noa. 3 and 4 between Chicago and Cincinnati. Local Fleeper between Muncle, Marlon. Peru and Chicago, handled in trains Nos. 5 and 6. between Munci aad Peru, thence trains Nos. 3 and 4, between Peru and Chicago. For train connections and other information call C. A. BLAIR. Home Telephone 2062. Round Trip Sunday Rates Every Sunday Via The C. C. & L. R. R. To Cincinnati, O 1.30 To Cottage Grove, Ind 55 To Boston, Ind 23 To Webster 18 To Williamsburg 35 To Economy 50 To Losantville 70 To Muncle 1.20 To Marion 2.10 To Peru 2 93 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 T. A., Home Tel. 2062. Richmond. WILL IS FILED. A copy of the will of Sarah L. Long streth. who died in Pennsylvania, has been filed for probate and record in this county. The estate of the deceas ed is located in Wayne county. The original will -was filed in the Orphans court of Philadelphia. The "rol'.iug s.:i'-s" of Australia placed on a fairly smooth surface wi:; soon roll together in a group. They contain a magnetic ore. The Great Blood Purifier. Fr sale by Leo II. Fihe. T. F. McDonald and W. II. Sudhoff. ' Doddo," 22721. the imported French TTwfl'ii jT Percheron Stallion, better known aa 1 1 vPlLJLV'Q tte C3even?er horse. anl "Prince Wilkes" will be at my Farm this eeas on, 2 '4 miles north of Richmond, on n,1! nTtTi tho Mid dleboro Pike. The public Is invlt 1T nl H 11 HlKrl .S td to call and see them. A. H. Pyle. FINANCIAL. MONEY LOANED Low rales. eaay terras. Thompto.Vs loan and ral c.-tate agency. Wide stairs. 710 Main strefi. Binds automatic phrce No 1S. 1-wed-thurs fri sat-tf LAUNDRY. We can help maka ycu nappy hon estly wa can. Richmond Steaia Laundry. Mrs I'op'py Mr l"Ant.er remarked tmlay that our Georgie was like a young Apollo. Mr. Pt.p'.cy - Oh. that' the war with them there artists. They sre all the time trjir.g to make people think well of those old classical heroes Phila delphia Pn-ss. Home TeL 2062 1 31 1 Except Sunday Dily "y-ndy 8.35am .30pm 8 35am 12 40pm 155am 12 40pm 12 oOpm S.OCam 6.00am 4 40pra 1.44pm 2 59am 7.03am 5.37pm 2.41pm 3.5?am 8.10am 6.40pm 4.05pm 6.15am 8J5aru g.Ooprn 4.45pm 6.55am 8.45pm 6.35pm 7.30am 10.25pm 4 Dally Dally 32 Except Sunday Sunday 8.40am 10.15am 10.55am 12.17pra 1.19pra 2.15pm 2.25pm 6.40pm .OOpm 10.40pm. 11.15pm tl2.4am ' 1.44am ' 2 25am 2.45am 7.00am 8.40am 10.15am lft.5X.ara 12.17pm 1 lprn 2.15pm 4 XOpra 9.20pm 6.30pm, 8 OOpnv 9.00pm 10.00pm P. & T. A. RTchmeni. lad. Imported German Coach Stallion Videto 3205 will make the season of 1908 at the s'able of Bertsch Bros.. East Main St.. Cenferville, Ind. VIDKTO is a beautiful bay stllion. lfi hands high, weighs 1300 pounds, broad, flat bone, fine style, action and finish. Hired by Adelbort 1253 by Asmar 1177 by Kiner 1061 by Young Othello 931. Dam, Veiga, 5.'64 by Em igrant 42Ti, by Hanover Yondbusch Nord U. G. B. 715. 2d Dam. Viper 1563 by Matador l0f0 by Magnot 860 by Agememnon 560. ; Low Rates to California land North t Pacific Coast ; Points t One Way Second Class Colonist Tickets, Via C, C. & L. To California Points $41.55 To Washington, Oregon, Etc., $41.55 These rates are in effect Mar. 1st to April 30th. From all points on C, C. 6. L. Railroad. For Particulars call C. A. Blair. Home Phone 2062. Gold y'X Flour p!"aj?s th foolc.