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ONE CENT PER WORD Each Insertion CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT! 7 DAYS FOR THE PRICE OF 5 THE MARKET PLACE OF EASTERN INDIANA The Simplest and Cheapest Way to Qet What You Want All Advertisements Must Be in This Office Before 112 Noon. Situations Wanted Will Be Advertised Free T1TE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND 8UN-TEI.EGRA3I, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 190S. WANTED. WANTED Loan of f 1,j to f'-MXX firBt mortgage real estate. Address "Loan," care Palladium. 19-lt 6 f T tf AT I O XWAN T E tBy a clotf Ing clerk, to begin about Sept 20th. Box 157 City. 19-3t WA'NTEDManager for a goodbusi ness proposition. Big Inducements to right party. Call at once. 51u Main. 10-3t WANTED Farms from 60 to 100 acres, within four miles of Rich mond. Beall & Coffin. 18-2t WANTEDTwlToFlhree unfurnished rooms with quiet family, in a modern house by the first of October, near good boarding houBe or hotel pre ferred. Address J. K., care Pallad ium. 18-3t SITUATION WANTED As house keeper by middle aged widow wom an,, refined and respectful; call or address 1038 North J street. 18-2t WXNTEDSituatlon as nurse in con finement or other sickness by lady of experience; address and I will call. Mrs. G. A., care Palladium. 18-2t WANTED You to know that I am back and ready for business at the old stand and I have some new bar gains. See me quick. Al H. Hunt, 7 North 9th. 18-4t vAiTKD Horse; must be sound and feerless. State color, age, weight TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. 6y Correll and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton, Ohio.) New York, Aug. 19. Open High Low Amalgamated Copper 78 77V4 American Smelting ... 95 95 93 American Sugar .. . 135 135 134 Atchison .. .. 87 88 87 B. & 0 93 94 93 B. R T - 53 53 52 C. M. & St. P. 143 143 141 New York Central 105 105 101 Northern Pac 143 143 141 Pennsylvania 124 124 123 Reading ...124 125 123 Southern Pacific 97 98 97 Union Pacific .. .. 157 157 155 U. S. Steel 46 46 45 U. S. Steel pfd 109 109 108 Great Northern 136 137 135 C. M. & St. P. 3 Div. Chicago. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVI8ION& (By Correll and Thompson. Brokers. Eaton. O.l Chicago, Aug. 19. Wheat. Open. High. low. Close. Sept ... 92 93 92 93 Dec. ... 94 94 93 94 May ... 98 98 98 98 , Corn" Open. Higa. Low. Close. Sept ... 76 77. 76 77' Dec. ... 65 65 64 65 May ... 64 64 63 64 Oata. Opcu. High. Low. Close. Sept ... 47 48 57 48 Dec. ...48 -48 48 48 May ... 50 50 49 50 Porx. Open. High. Low. Close. Sept ... 14.70 14.77 14.62 14.77 Oct... 14.80 14.92 14.80 14.90 Lard. Sept 9.07 9.07 9.02 9.02 Oct 9.25 9.32 ?.22 . 9.32 Ribs. Open. High. Low. Close. Sept. .... 8.67 8.70 8.65 8.70 Oct .... 8.77 8,77-- 8.75 8.77 U. S. YARDS, CHICAGO. Hog Receipts, 21,000; strong. Left over, (1.000. Cattle Receipts 13,000; 10c higher. Sheep Receipts 30,000; steady. . Hogs Close. Light . . . $U5$6.70 Mixed C.20 C.90 Heavy 0.20 6.85 Rough 6.20 6.43 Etimated tomorrow, 21,000. CHICAGO GRAIN RECEIPTS. Last wk. Last yr. "Wheat.... 1.3S $1.55 $1.86 NORTHWEST RECEIPTS. Last wk. Last yr. Minn 131 74 51 Duluth 2 22 i 14 LIVERPOOL. Wheat Open higher; 1:30- ilgher; close - higher. Corn higher. 1.30 unchanged; close unchanged. ) Indianapolis Market. INDIANAPOLIS LIVES' OCK. HOGS. Best heavies .$.60 Good to choice 5.30 BEEP STEERS. Good to choice steers.. . . I.50 Finished steers .00 6.90 6.65 6.25 7.00 5.25 Choice to fancy yearlings. 4,25 BUTCHER CATTLEJ. Choice to fancy heifers.. 4.23 5.50 Good to choice heifers.. .. 3.75 4.00 ' "VEAL CALVES. . Good to choice 4.)0 6.73 Fair to good.. .. .. .. '., 2.503.75 STOCK CATTLE. Good to heavy fleshy feed ers ...... 4.W0 4.25 fair to good feeders 3.7 4.00 and price. Address "Horse", care Palladium. 15-tf WANTED Spring wagon; second hand. Address "J. M." care Palla dium. WANTED Men to Learn barber trade; will equip shop for you or furnish positions, few weens com pletes, constant practice, careful in structions, tools given, Saturday wages, diplomas granted, write for catalogue. Moler Barber College. Cincinnati. O. tf WANTED If you want to buy or sell real estate or borrow or loan mon ev, call on I. C. Lucas, 405 North D. 14-7t FOR SALE, FOR SALE City real estate. Porter- field. Kelley Bli-vck. 9-tf FOR SALE A good one-horse wagon and harness. J. Duffee, Richmond, R. R.4 l-7t FOlTSALE OR RENT New cottage, electric lights, large lot. Small cash payment. Balance like rent. Ros coe E. Kirkman. New phone 140 or 3010. l'-lt FOR SALE Good heating stove, al most new. 04 N. 10th. 19-lt FORALE Sewing-machine, $5X7, e-nnd order. 39 Bridee Ave. . 20-2t FOR SALE A Dangler 3-burner self generating gasoline stove in good Close 77 94 134 87 94 52 142 101 142 123 124 97 156 45 108 136 Good to choice Btockers.. 2.00 4.00 Common to fair heifers .. 3.25(g) 4.25 SHEEP. Best yearlings 4.00 4.50 Indianapolis Grain. Indianapolis, Ausj. 19. Wheat, 91. Corn, 79. Oats, 48. Rye, 75. Timothy, 112.00. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, Aug. 19. CATTLE. Heavy steers $4.35 Butcher steers extra . . . . 5.15 Good to choice 4.50 Common to fair ,. . 3.00 Heifers extra 4.35 Good to choice 3.75 Cows extra 4.10 Good to choice 3.25 Stockers and feeders .. .. 2.25 Thin and light bulls . . . . 2.25 Fat bulls 3.4 0 Common and large calves. 3.00- Fair to good light 6.00 Extra HOGS. Good to choice packers and butchers 7.00 Mixed packers 6.50 Common to choice heavy fat sows 4.50 Stags 3.25 Light shippers 5.25 Pigs, 110 lbs. and lass 3.50 SHEEP AND LAMBS. Sheep, extra Good to choice 3.35 Common to fair 1.25 Yearling wethers 4.00 Stock sheep 3.25 Lambs, extra ., . 6.25 Good to choice 5.00 Common to fair 3.00 5.35 5.25 5.10 4.25 4.65 4.25 4.25 4.00 4.35 2.90 4.00 7.00 7.25 7.40 7.10 7.00 5.90 4.75 6.40 5.15 4.00 4.90 3.25 4.50 4.50 6.40 6.15 4.75 Richmond. CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs, average 200 to 250 pounds 6.40 6.50 Good to heavy packers .. 6.30 6.40 Common and rough 5.50 5.73 Steers, corn fed 4.00 4.25 Heifers 3.50 3.73 Fat cows 3.00 3.23 Bulls 3.O0 3.25 Calves 5.75 6.00 Lambs , $5.00 PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.) Young chickens dressed per IS to 20c Old chickens, per lb.. ,.12Vj to 14c COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by Bee Hive.) Creamery butter, per lb. ". 25c Country butter, per lb .IS to 20c Eggs, per doz ...15c Richmond Grain Market. (Richmond Roller Mills) Wheat (per bu) 00 Corn (per bu) SO condition at half price. Call oO S. lth. l-2t FOR SALE OR TRADE Furniture of all kinds, will trade same for build ing lot. 121 S. 4tn. l'.-7t FOR SALE Spring wagon like new. Address F. M., care Palladium. 10-3t FOR SALE Brown Englisn baby cab, same as new; telephone 1334. 17-3t FOR SALE Cheap Baby walker; never been used. Phone 1754. 14tf FOR SALE On a good street, a 40 foot lot for $125 cash. Ball & Peltz. 16-7t FOR SALE A good 6 room cottage, large lot, centrally located, price $1,500. Ball &i Peltz. 16-7t FOR SALE Dining table, new; bargain; phone 3706. almost 16-7t FOR SALE Artificial Gas Range, Brussels Carpet, Main. Bedsteads; 2104 14-tf FOR SALE A car load of horses every Saturday ad Monday at Gus Taube's barn. ' Kt FOR RENT. FOR RENT Three cottages. For particulars call at 120 S. 15th street, or phone 2031. 10-7 1 FOR-RENT Five room house, 3XS. 13th street. l!-lt FOR RENT720 N. 13th , opposite Oats (per. bu.) 45 Rye. (per bu.) .. . .' 65 Bran (per bu.) $23.00 Middlings (per ton) $26.00 Richmond Seed Market. (Runge & Co.) Timothy, per bu $2.00 Richmond Hay Market. (Omar G. Whelan.) Timothy hay (baled) . ..$10.00 New Timothy hay (loosj)$7.00 to$8.00 New clover hay (loose) . .$5.00 to $6.00 Mixed hay 7.00 Straw (per ton) $4.00 to $3.00 Corn (per bu.) 75c Oats (new, per bu.) 4045c Pittsburg Livestock. Pittsburg, Aug. 19. Cattle Receipts, light. Cattle $6.10 6.25; down. Veal $5.00 7.75. Hogs 10 loads; $7:15. Sheep and lambs Receipts light, $4.40 down. Spring lambs $5.75 down. CAMBRIDGE CITY. GRAIN. (Furnished by J. S. Hazelrigg) Wheat No. 2 ....85c Corn 70c Oats 45c Rye i., 70c Clover Seed $6.00 PRODUCE. (Furnished by W. B. Barefoot & Co.) Country Butter, per lb 14c Eggs, per doz 15c Young Chickens, per lb 10c Old Chickens, per lb 9c Turkeys, per lb 6c Ducks, per lb 6c Geese, per lb 4c MILTON. GRAIN. (Furnished by J. W. Brumfield & Co.) Wheat No. 2 SSc Corn 75c Bran $24.00 Middlings $26.00 PRODUCE AND SEEDS. (Furnished by F. M. Jones & Co.) Country Butter 18c Eggs 15c Clover Seed (big) per bushel ..$6.50 Clover Seed (small), per bu ....$6.50 Potatoes, per bushel ..$1.00 NEW PARIS, OHIO. GRAIN. (Furnished by G. W. & I. R. Richards) Wheat 90c Corn 75c Oats 45c Rye 65c FOUNTAIN CITY. (Furnished by R. A. Benton) Butcher Steers $4.00$4.75 Good to Choice Cows 3.00 3.75 Heifers 4.00 4.50 Veal Calves 6.00 Hogs 6.50 Roughs 3.50 5.25 Sheep 3.00 3.25 Lambs 4.00 5.00 GRAIN. (Furnished by Harris & Jarrett.) Wheat S5c Oats 43c Rye 65c Prime Clover Seed $6.50 GREENSF0RK. LIVE STOCK. (Furnished by D. W. Harris.) Butcher steers $4.0O$5.5O Good to choice cows 4.00 Heifers 4.50 Veal calves 4.00 5.50 Hogs 6.0Vd! 6.50 Roughs . . . . 4.50 5.25 Sheep 2.00 3.50 Lambs 4.O0 4.50 GRAIN. (Furnished by D. W. Harris & Co.) Weat rs! The issefulhess off our classified columns lies in the fact that anybody can use them to advantage. If we have no heading that will apply to your particular want ad, we make one for you. No matter what you want to buy or sell, trade or ex change. No matter what you need, there are re sults for you on our Clas sified page, Look them over and find out. Phone your Ad ito II 121, and we will send our collector on the first off the month. school. Excellent neighborhood. l!t-2t FOR RENT-Good tent. Phone 102T.. lf)-2t FOR RENT Store room with coun ters, shelving and grocery fixtures. 177 Ft. Wayne Ave. 18-2t FOR RENT Five room house with bath; call at 217 South 5th. 18-2t FOR RENT Furnished room with bath, for men only. The Grand. . , augl8-tf POLICEMEN KILLED IN JAD ACCIDENT Machine Collided With Trolley Car at New York. New York, Aug. 19. Policemen An drew Seifert and Frederick Wolff; Motorman James Degnan are dying and Driver Adolph Ringell seriously injured as the result of a collision be tween a trolley car and a truck just before daylight. KILLED HER BABE; THEN SUICIDED Used Hatpin on Infant, Then Hanged Herself. Chicago, Aug. 19. The body of Mrs. Freda Goldbeco was found hanging to a tree in Evanston near the spot where a two weeks' old baby was found murdered by a hatpin. It is be lieved she suicided after killing the babe. The police are searching for a man in the case. Corn 7075c Oats' 4043c Rye G3c Clover seed .00 to ?G.50 PRODUCE AND POULTRY. (Furnished by D. W. Harris & Co. Country butter, per lb 10c Eggs, per doz 10c Young chickens, per lb l()c Old chickens, per lb 8c Turkeys, per lb., c Ducks, per lb 7c Geese, per lb 5c CENTERVILLE. GRAIN. (Furnished by Fred Schlientz & Sons) Wheat SSc Corn 70c Oats 45c Rye 70c Market Corn scarce; oats limited and of poor quality; rye limited. PRODUCE AND POULTRY. (Furnished by H. J. Johnston.) Country Butter 20c Eggs 16c Young Chickens 11c Old Chickens Sc Turkeys 7c Ducks 7c Geese 5c Country Bacon 11 c Potatoes $1.00 Apples $1.00$1.50 HAGERSTOWN. ' GRAIN. (Furnished by Clark Bros.) Wheat SSc Corn 72c Oats 45c Rye 70c Bran, per ton $24.00 PRODUCE AND POULTRY. (Furnished by Ed Porter & Son.) Country Butter 16c Eggs 16c Young Chickens 10c Old Chickens 8c Turkeys 12c Ducks 6c Geese 6c Got What He Asked For. "Well," said the lawyer for the de fense to his client "1 was certainly surprised at your conviction." "I wasn't It was all your fault" "All my fault! I put up a magnifi cent fight for yoa!" "Yes. an you kep' yellin at the jury that you demanded Justice fer me till they went an give it to me." Hous ton Post Bbckt: Gold Medal Flour for me. FOR RENT Rooms at New Windsor Hotel, European plan with lunch counter in connection; hotel owned and controlled by Mrs. Robert J. Criss. 14-7t FOR-RENT 6"To5tuflatrii30"Main. $12.50 per month. 12 tf LOST. LOST Scotch Collie pup. Return to JJ21 W. 1st Street. Reward. l'.Mt LOST Wat chTchar'nT Return Tio HH7 N. E. Reward. li.-lt LOST Amethyst ring. Tiffany setting between 230 Richmond avenue and Gist & Boswell's grocery. Finder re turn to 2:i Richmond avenue and get reward. l'.-2t i FOUND. FOITND A black horse, one white hind foot, owner can have same; en quire J. B. Spears, Boston. 17-3t MISCELLANEOUS. MERCHANTS DELIVERY H. C. Da vis, headquarters Birck harness store. Phone 195s. iV7t ELECTRIC IRONS AT $3.75. Tungsten Lamps are as good for the home as the store; see them at Mer hoffs. 11-tf NOTICE On and after August lSth, SUPPOSITION WAS NOT IN ON CUPID'S SECRET. LADY DOROTHY HOWARD. Lady Howard campaigned with Win ston Spencer Churchill and helped to elect him to parliament. She was generally supposed to be the fiancee of Mr. Churchill, president of the London board of trade. It is now announced however .that Mr. Churchill is engag ed to Miss Clementine Hozier. HUES OF WOOD. Mahogany When It la tt la of m Light Color. Not all the mahogany which we see In use today exhibited as an heirloom is the real rntique it is said to be, for heirlooms may be made to order, and even a furnitui'e connoisseur will have difficulty in detecting the difference. Most people think of mahogany as a deep red, while, in fact, when new it is a light color without stain, and when treated with colorless liquids It be comes a golden shade. This darkens with age, and at present all the fcenu ine mahogany which we Bee must have attained its dark hue through centuries of .use. It is about the most expensive of the woods in general use, but Cir cassian walnut is valued even higher. Birdseye maple is next a costly mate rial on account of the great difficulty in treating it. Its grain is perhaps the most eccentric of all the various styles, and consequently its working up and its lasting qualities are rather uncer tain. The differences in grain make differences in its density and hence its disposition to crack and split. Vernis Martin is a style which was a favorite in the reign of Louis XV., and its pop ularity has not waned with the years. It takes its name from a famous fam ily named Martin who were noted cab inetmakers in Louis XV.'s reign. This beautiful spattered gold dust decora tion, with its paintings by Watteau, is the real Vernis Martin style, unchang ed today. Oak is at the head of the lists of woods which have varied finishes. Bog oak is a brown green shade, caused by long immersion in peat or marsh bogs. Old English oak has a rich brown shade, supposed to be acquired by age and the smoke from fireplaces. Both these styles are, however, successfully Imitated by the manufacturers of to day. Weathered oak and Flemish oak are both popular finishes, the former representing the eolor which rain and sun and wind would cause on the oak. and the latter is black, representing the effect caused by centuries of smoke on overheated rafters. Antwerp oak is one of the dark finishes like the others mentioned, but varnish and shellac are used, so that a high polish is the re sult Birch, natural or curly; maple and sycamore are the original wood shel lacked and varnished without artificial stain. Brooklyn Eajle. fit iSk1 If all west bound freight will be re ceived at South Sth street station instead of the car barns. T. II.. I. & E. Traction Co. 1S&1S FOR HIRE Automobile carriage; phone 3197. aug!2 lmo Try a Palladium want ad. They y&y. The Palladium will take your ad over the phone. LAUNDRY. We can hip make yen nappy hon estly w9 can. Richmond Steam Laundry. LAUNDRY Will call and deliver. El dorado Laundry. Fhone 2147. ltt UNDERTAKERS. DOWNING & SON. 16 N. Sth. Phone 2175. augl-tf WILSON & POH LME YERj 15 N 10th. Phone 1335. augltf INSURANCE. ACCIDENT ANR HEALTH INSUR ANCE Beall & Coffin. - tf I N'SU R EYOU R I IOME lt5eair& Coffin. IS S. Sth. ' tf DENTISTS. DR. PARKS, 12 N. 10th, room former ly occupied by Dr. Hamilton. 13-1 mo DYNAMITE LET GO; SIXARE INJURED Result of Explosion on Boat in Detroit River. Amherstburg. Ont, Aug. 19. A quantity of dynamite exploded this morning on a dredging boat In the De troit river near Limekiln crossing, fa tally injuring six men and hurting ten others. The boat was blown to pieces. The Injured were rescued from the water with difficulty. The dynamite was Intended for blasting purfjoses. i HEAT TOO SEVERE FOBW. STEINER Fireman at Hat Factory Was Overcome. W. H. Steiner fireman at the Rich mond hat manufacturing establish ment wa$ overcome by heat yesterday afternoon while attending to his du ties. He was removed to his home and is reported to be rapidly Improv ing. Th Inquisitive Woman. Street car conductors regard Inquisi tive women passengers with supersti tious dread. The other day a fuse blew out In a Broadway car, and that car was hitched on as a trailer to the one ahead. Presently a woman be gan to ask questions. "What would happen, she said, "If the fuse were to blow out In that car ahead? What would become of us? Would the car ahead of that be able to drag both of these cars?' "I don't know," said the conductor. "But don't worry. We won't have a chance to find out A double accident of that kind has never happened to a car of mine yet and It Isn't likely to happen once in a hundred years." Just then there came an exp'-lon ahead, and both cars came to a stand still. The fuse had blown out "Confound that woman!" growled the conductor. "That is all her fault This wouldn't have happened if she hadn't asked so many fool questions. She's a Jonah." New York Times. It Paid. A little boy of five years, piaying with his sister one day, leaned too far out of the second story window, lost his balance and fell into the yard be low. Very miraculously he escaped being Injured, and his parents and friends were so delighted that they gave him quite a number of pennies, nickels and dimes. The next day. after he recovered from the shock of the fall, he was counting his money and on seeing his little sister enter the room exclaimed: "Gee. Gladys, look at ail the money I got for falling out of the window! Why don't yoa try It?" Delineator. Manhood's Estata. It Is a very foolish convention which lays down that we are grown up whea we have reached our twenty-first birth day. The real majority Is reached when we begin to earn our own bread and butter and to bring forth the light which has been fostered In us by the care of others for the last ten or fifteen years. Self dependence and self reli ance that is the, real manhood. Isht. The Great Blood Purifier. -t all drug store Fr sale STORAGE. Have just leased a new building for storage purposes and am prepared to pack to ship your furniture. W. F. Brown. 1030 Main. Phone 177S. 16-7t taugnt cellar Than Tears. I bless all the apostolic eollege " of humorists. The man that makes in laugh is my benefactor. I do not thank anybody to make me cry. I can do that without any assistance. We all cry enough and have enough to cry about. God bless all skillful punsters, all reparteeists. all propound ed of Ingenious conundrums, all those who mirthfully surprise us with un usual Juxtaposition of words. Thomas Hood and Charles Dickeus and Syd ney Smith had a divine mission, and bo have their successors In these times. They stir into the ocid beverage of life the saccharine. They make the cop of earthly existence, which U some times stale, effervesce and bubble. They placate animosities. They foster longevity. They slay follies and ab surdities which all the sermons of all the pulpits cannot reach. T. De Witt Talmaje. Ostend Pa. wbnt Is a bond of syne pathy? Pa A very poor Investment, my son. It never draws any Interest from the public Chicago News. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. OBESITY A "DISEASE. It la Not, m a. Rale, the Rranlt tug Laaineaa or Ulattoay. It is a mistake and an injustice to many abstemious folk to assume that' all fat persons are gluttons or Iarg eaters. Very many excessively corpu lent people, especially women, fU' small eaters, while some of the most doughty trenchermen are gaunt and thin. It is not the quantity so much its the quality of the food one eats which de termines the'putting on of floU. Yet It is not always the kind of .food that makes the obese, for some sjtmt people eat very sparingly of sugars and starches, while there ar large con sumers of sweets who sever put oa flesh. In such cases itis a question of constitution, often of heredity and not at all, or very litUf1, one of diet. Another prevalent error In regard to fat people is that they are Inert or lacy ' ana never axcTciite. jt cours exercise . does Increase the processes of nutrl- ' tion and so leads to the burning up of superfluous fat but at the same time It causes an Increase in the appetite; and thus 'tempts to the consumption' of a greater quantity of food. So one thing balances the other, and want of exercise alone Is not a very potest cause of obesity. Many very fat per sons are, it Is true, sluggish, but tliey have become so since putting on their flesh, for it makes a great difference whether one carries 150 pounds about when one walks or whether It Is neces sary to propel half as much again or even double the weight It Is a,tre- mendous handicap, and there Is small ! wonder that the lightweights do the most exercising. ... Obesity, Indeed, Is usually a disease and not merely the result of laziness or gluttony. Its cause lies deep down la the animal economy. In among those mysterious chemical changes by which the food we take Into the mouth Is converted Into blood and bones and muscles, skin, hair and brain cells. It can often be warded off by a proper diet end mode of living, especially If taken In hand from the very first and not allowed to get the upper band, but the tendency to stoutness will gener ally persist through life and can only be modified, but never removed. " Any treatment for the radical re moval of flesh should 1e carried out u" der the advice of a physician, as vio lent measures directed to this end may be productive of terrible harm to th " consutuuon. loutn s Companion. VERY. LOW ROUND TRIP RATES DURING SUMMER SEASON TO ALL POINTS INCLUDING WISCONSIN MINNESOTA MICHIGAN CALIFORNIA AND THE SAST VIA "0 . VJJO WRITE TO THE UNDERSIGNED, STAT I THE POINTS YOU DESIRE TO VISIT, ANf WE WILL ADIVSE FREE OF COST, THE RATE, AND GIVE YOU OTHER VALUABLE INFORMATION. C A. BLAIR, P. 4 T. 4 Richmond, Ind. T. H.GURNEY General Passenger Agent CHICAGO, ILL.