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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM A1) SUft'ElEGRAM, THURSDAY, JANUARY , 1909.
PALLADIUM' AND SUN -TELEGRAM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS A II II UAL BAII QU T 1 WE '";..TKe MarketPIace of the People... r P08 WOSiD) Situations Wanted and Greatest little satisfiers of All advertisements must be ! ; Found Ads 2 times ' big wants are the in this office before EACH INSERTION. FREE ads below 12 noon WANTED. WANTED Five dollars and more per . day can easily be earned by selling i our ,j special Men's, Ladles' and : Children's hosiery from the Mill di rect to consumer. Experience un necessary. Permanent position to reliable men and women. Address, Consumers' , Hosiery Mills, Reading, Pa. C'v.':,,-;,:.; 7-3t , I., , ,.T, ...,..., , ,11 , . WANTED To buy good second-hand bridle and . saddle. W. J. Brannon. -- ?d. : - , : -- - - , . . 7-lt WANTED A boy at Thlstlethwalte ti drum. store; 415 North 8th. X It WANTED Situation as housekeeper in widower's family with or with out children. Good. cook and house keeper. Address "C" care Pallad ium. 7-f.t WANTED Girl or middle aged lady to stay with sick person nights. Call New Phone 4237. G-2t WANTED A situation to assist with the housework by young girl. Call at 4.15 South 6th St. in rear. -2t WANTED To loan money on all ar ticles of value. J. M. Lacey & Co., over .I N. 8th st. 6-2t WANTED A boy; call 421 Main street. 6-2t v ANTED Upholstering, mattress making and furniture repairing, any kind. Finest workmanship. Phone 1363. 5-7t WAlfTEDSituatlon by Fady with child, doing housework of any kind. Wilson Cain, Greensfork. Phone 66B. 5-Ct LITEST MARKET QUOTATIONS 'NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. . ioy Correll and Thompson. Brokers, Eaton. Ohio.) New York, Jan. 7. ' Open Higii Low Close 1 & N. .. ...i ............ .... .. ' ..125; 125 Great Northern ..... . .. .. .. .... .. ..145 146 145 146 Amalgamated Copper 83 84 83 84 American Smelting ... . . . ., 85 89 , 85 89 Northern Pacific 141 142 140 142 U.S. Steel ........ ... .. 52 53 52 53 IT. S. Steel pfd; .. .. .. .. .. .. .". '..113 113 113 .... Pennsylvania.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ..133 134 133 134 St. Paul .. ..149 151 148 150 1. &O. .. .. i. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ..110 111 110 111 New York Centrar .: .. 125 12S 124 128 Heading .V.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ..140 141 139 141 Canadian Pacific ... . .... ....... ,.'...176" 177 176 176 Union Pacific .. .. ..179 181. 179 181 Atchison ..... . .. .. .. .. .. ..... .."..100" 100 100 100 Southern Pacific. .. .. .. .. ..118 119 118 119 Chircarjo. CHICACC GPAIN AND PHOVI6ION& (By Co-.-tli Mid Thompsob. Brokers, Eaton O.i Chicase, Jan. 7 Wheat Open High Low Close May .,. 107 108 107 107 July ,i. 98 SS 98 98 Corn " Op?n High Low Clooe May ... 61 62 61 61 July ... 62 62 61 62 Oats. 0iia High Low Close May ... 31 51 5t 51 July ... 46 46 46 46 '," . -, Pork. ' Open High Low Close Jan. ... 16.45 16.47 16.42 16.42 May .... 16.72 . 16.75 ,16.63 16.67 . Lard. ' Open High Low Close Jan. .... 9.50 9.50 9.47 9.47 May .... 9.72 9.75 9.70 9.70 . ' ' Ribs. Open High Low Close Jan. .... 8.50 8.50 S.45 8.45 May .... 8.77 8.80 8.75 8.75 CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Chicago. Jan. 7. Hogs, 30.000; slow; cattle 5.000, steady; sheep 13,000 strong.. Hogs Close. Light, $5.3oCtt;.00, mixed $3.6 fi.20; heavy $5.701fti.23; rough $3.70 6.83. Indianapolis Market. REPRESENTATIVE SALES. HOGS. No. Av. Dk. Price 60 2S6 . . ?6.40 40 263 .. 6.33 70 232 ., 6.30 63 223 SO 6.25 10T ........... .. 244 SO 6.25 39 213 40 6.15 224 ...183 120 6.10 SO . 205 SO 6.10 SO ,..,.,....., 2U.T SO 6.10 70 191 120 6.05 82 163 v. 6.00 71 1SS .. 6.00 108 lot .. 5.95 97 ........ . 134 .. 3.90 80 182 320 5.90 88 151 ,40 5.85 7T,....v 140 5.80 77 146 120 5.75 SO':.1.' 103 .. 5.50 .. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. . 0 , ; HOGS. ei.t heavies.. $J.0T$a40 Good to choice.. 5.S5ftj 6.10 BEST STEERS. - Finished steers 6.507.23 Good to choice steers . . . . 5.90 6.65 Chpice to fancy yearlings . 3.75 4.25 STOCK CATTLE, "ood to heavy fleshy feed- , i. : rs.. .'. ". 5.00 5.25 4FaJr to good feeder . . . . 4.75t 5.00 'Good to choice stock ers . . 3.003 4.50 WANTED You to learn bookkeeping, short hand, typewriting and telegra phy and all . correlative subjects. Richmond Business College. Term opens Jan. 4th. , ; , 1-tf WANTED At Mrs. , Hiser s Business School, 33 S. 13th St.. Bookkeeping, Shorthand and- Typewriting stu dents. Phone 2177..- Opens Jan. 4. 28-tf WANTEEhTjaJjuy.aU.feUids. ot,sc ' ond hand household goods." Phone 4201. dec27-tf WANTED 500 men tc learn barber . trade and take positions waiting our graduates. Few weeks completes. Constant practice furnished. Schol arship includes tools, instructions, . demonstrations, examinations and diplomas. Write for catalogue. Moler Barber College. Cincinnati, O. novl-tf FOR SALE: FOR SALE Good 16-inch stove wood. Phone 1411. . 7-lt FOR SALE Fine fox terrier at Dr. Hoover's, 11 S. 9th. Phone 2152. HORSE SALE At Hollansburg, Mon day, Jan. 11. 20 head good horses and 5,000 rods of wire fence; sale commences at 10 a. m. H. H. Jones. 7-2t FOR SALE Good davenport and splendid upright piano, nearly new, bargain if sold at once; 206 N. 18th. Phone 1032. 7-7t FOR SALE Oak sideboard and din ing table; call 101 South 10th St. 7-2t Common to fair heifers... 2.50(3 &25 BUTCHER CATTLE. Choice to fancy heifers . . 4.35 5.50 Good to choice heifers 3.75 4.25 SHESP. Best yearlings. . 4.23 4.75 Good to choice sheep . , . . 3.50 4.23 Spring lambs .. .. .. 4.00 7.50 VEAL CALVES. Good to fancy.. .. .. .. 4.50 9.00 Fair to heavy. . 3.00 T.50 Indianapolis Grain. Indianapolis, Jan. 7. Wheat per bu , $1.07 Oats, per bu 50 Cora per bu 02 Clover. .$3.55 TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, Jan. 7. Wheat per bu . . Corn, per bu Oats per bu , Clover, per bu .. .$1.07 . .61 . ..51 . 5.70 Pittsburg Livestock. Pittsburg, Jan. 7. Cattle Receipts, light; extras, 6.73. Prime, $6.50. Veals, $39.75. Hogs Receipts, 1(5 loads. Heavies, $0.53. Medium, $0.50. Sheep, receipts light. $5.23. Lambs, $6.90. - EAST BUFFALO. Buffalo, Jan. 7. Cattle Receipts 2 loads, steady. Veals Receipts 200; $9.75. Sheep Recepits 7,000, $5.75. Lambs $7.85. Hogs Receipts 5,900, $0.30. Richmond Hay Market. (Omar G. Wbelan.) Timothy hay (baled) $11 to $12 New Timothy hay (loose) . .$11 to $12 Clover hay, (loose) ..............$10.00 Mixed hay .$10.00 Straw (per ton) ........ .$5.00 to $5.50 Oats, per bu 50c New Corn .... .. 05c Richmond, CATTUB. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs, average 200 to " 250 pounds .$5.50(g$5.75 Good to heaTy packers ... 5.00 5.50 Common and rough . . . . : 4.50 5.00 Steers, corn fed ......... 4.50 5.00 Heifers 3.50 4.00 Fat cows ...... , . .... .3.00 3.75 Bulls ............ .... 3.00 3.50 Calves 6.00 C.50 Lambs . . 5.50 PRICES FOR POULTRY, v , (Paid by Bee HIt Grocery.) Y Younr chickens dressed, per lb . . .14c FOR SALE New double bouse pay ing 11V4: bargain if sold at once. O. J. Kellyat Dunham's. 7-lt FOR SALE Bed room suite, parlor , suite and other furniture. 1415 Main. Call Friday and Saturday afternoon. 6-2t FOR SALE Antique Furniture. 519 Main. Phone -4201. 6-2t FOR SALE City property, and farms, merchandise stocks "andllinsur- ance. PorterfieidF Jieliy Blockf 8th : and Main. r 6-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE Good gro t eery stock that will invoice about $800. Will trade for small house, or ; cash. Will pay difference. Come s quick. - J. S. ' Fitzgibbons, 9th and Main. 6-2t FOR SALE Modern seven room brick dwelling, two blocks from Court House. Phone 1684. 4-7t FOR SALE ity real estate. Porter field, Kelly Block. 28-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished and unfur nished front rooms; bath and heat; 120 South 16th. 7-7t FOR RENT 7 room house, bath and all modern conveniences; call phone 1572. 7-7t FORTrENT House N. W. Cor. 20th and Main St. Call at Moormann's Book Store. 7-2t FOR RENT Furnished room, steam heat, 322 N. 8th. 6-2t FOR RENT House, iurnished or un furnished; 403 N. 11th. 6-3t Old chickens, per lb. . . .12 to 14c Turkeys, per lb 18 to 20c COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by Bee Hive.) Creamery butter, per lb 34c Country butter, per lb 25c Eggs 25c Richmond Grain Market. (Richmond Holler Mills) Wheat (per bu.) .'...$1.05 Corn, (per bu) 65c Rye (per bu.) 75c Bran, (per ton) ....$21.00 Middlings (per ton) $27.0G Clover Seed, per bu .'. .. '. . ..$4.25 Richmond Seed Market. (Runsie & Co.) " Timothy, per bu. $1.40$1.80 Clover Seed $4.00 CENTERVILLE. GRAIN. (Furnished by Fred Schllentz & Sons) Wheat ..: $1.00 Corn, new 58c Oats . . . 45c Rye 70c Clover Seed, prime $4.00 $4.50 PRODUCE AND POULTRY. (Furnished by H. L. Johnston.) Turkeys 10c Ducks 6c Geese 5c Eggs 27c Country butter 25c Young chickens 7c Old chickens 7c Country Bacon ' 10llc Potatoes 75c CAMBRIDGE CITY. GRAIN. (Furnished by J. S. Hazelrigg) Wheat, No. 2, per bu $1.00 Corn, new, per bu... 55c Oats 45c Rye , 70c Clover Seed, recleaned $4.50 No. 1 Timothy, per ton $10.00 PRODUCE. (Furnished by W. B. Barefoot & Co.) Country Butter 18c Eggs, per doz. 26c Old chickens, per lb Sc Young chickens, per lb 8c Turkeys, per lb 12c Ducks, per lb. 6c Geese, per lb 5c LIVE STOCK. (Furnished by Harman Bros.) Butcher steers $5.00 Good to choice ..$3.50 Heifers $3.25 4.00 Veal calves 5.00 6.50 Hogs 6.25 Roughs f.CQ 5.50 Sheep 1.50 3.00 Lambs 3.00 4.50 Pigs . . 5.00 5.50 NEW PARIS, OHIO. GRAIN. (Furnished by O. W. & I. R. Richards) Wheat $1.02 Corn ... ......... 60c Oats ..45c Rye .... 70c Prime Red Clover Seed $4.50 Alsike $7.50 LIVE STOCK. (Furnished by J. Jarred) Butcher Steers. $3.50$4.00 Good to Choice Cowa .. 2.50 3.00 Heifers- 3.25 3.73 Hogs . ... 3.50 5.50 Roughs 4.00 5.00 Sheep 2.50 Lambs 4.00 GREENSFORK. GRAIN. (Furnished by D. W. Harris & Co.) Wheat 98c Corn 57c Oats .... ... ... .... ....... .....45e Rye ...... WANT AD LETT The following are replies to Palla dium Want Ads. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mall in answer to their ads. Mail at this office Tip to 12 noon today as follows: A. E. B B. B. B. T. D .. . G. L. .1 .4 .1 .2 .1 .1 K .., M .. Loan R. C. B. ..1 X. L 1 Z 1 Mail will te kept for 30 days only. All mail not called for within that time will be cast out. FOR RENT House of 5 rooms, south side of double house; call 33 S. 17th. Phone 1703. . 6-7t FOR RENT Furnished room with heat and bath; 64 South 12th St. 4-7t FOR RENT Beautifully furnished xroom, furnace heat, electric light, bath, 205 N. 9th street. 4-4t FOR RENT 7 room house, bath and all modern conveniences; call phone 1542. 4-7t FOR RENT Fine furnished front room, furnace .heat, electric light. ba ith; 209 N. 9th street. l-7t Clover Seed, No. 2 $4.00 PRODUCE AND POULTRY. (Furnished by D. W. Harris & Co. Country butter, per lb. 18c Eggs, per doz 30c Old Chickens, per lb '7c Old Roosters per lb 3c Turkeys, per lb 10c Young chickens, per lb. . .7c Ducks, per lb 7c Geese, per lb. 5c LIVESTOCK. (Furnished by D. V. Harris.) Butcher .steers $4.O0$5.0O Good to choice cows 3.00 3.75 Heifers 3.00 4.00 Veal calves 5.00 G.00 Hogs .- 4.50 5.50 Roughs . 4.00 4.50 Sheep ........ . . . .... 3.00 3.50 Lambs .. . . . . .......... 5.00(g) 5.00 FOUNTAIN CITY. (Furnished by R. A. Benton) Butcher Steers .$4.O0t$$5.0O Good to choice cows 3.00. 4.00 Heifers 4.00 4.50 Veal calves 4.50 7.00 Hogs 4.50 5.50 Roughs 3.50 5.25 Sheep 3.00 3.25 Lambs' 4.00 5.50 GRAIN. (Furnished by Harris & Jarrett.3 Wheat .. .. ; ....'96e Corn, per cwt 80c Oats .. .. .. .. .. 43c Rye ,65c. Prime clover seed $4.00 HAGERSTOWN. PRODUCE AND POULTRY. (Furnished by Ed Porter & Son.) Country butter.. .. .. 22c Eggs ..23c Young Chickens , 9c Old Chickens ...9c Turkeys 13c Ducks. . ........ 7c Geese 6c Capons .14c GRAIN. (Furnished by Clark Bros.) Wheat $1.00 Corn 57c Oats 45c Rye 70c Bran, per ton .$25.00 Middlings $27.00 MILTON. GRAIN. (Furnished by J. W. BrumfUld ft Co.) Wheat, No. 2.. ..'... $1.03 Wheat, No. 3 $1.00 Corn 62c Oats.. 47c Bran, per ton .$25.00 Middlings, per ton $27.00 C. Corn, per -cwt. .$2.00 Bread Meal $40.00 PRODUCE AND SEEDS. (Furnished by F. M. Jones & Co.) Country butter ..... . . .23c Creamery butter :. .... ...SOc Eggs .........23c Potatoes, per bu. 75c English Clovef Seed, per bu.. . . . .$4XV0 Little Red Clover Seed, per bu., .$4.00 Grounds For Complaint. " . A man entered a restaurant and asked for coffee. After he bad fin ished his repast. he called the waiter . and said: . "Walter, this coffee, has its good points and ita bad points. One of Its good points is this it has no chicory In it.". . , "Yes, sir," replied the waiter, quite gratified. Visions of a handsome tip floated up before his mind's eye, and he rubbed his hands gleefully. . "But," resumed the customer, "It's bad point is this that it has no coffee in It." The Church of England bishopric of Mackenzie River, in British North America, is five times as large as the United Kingdom. Maky Eujr: Gold Medal moor to the boat ear mok liur orembtaa, Saia, El LIST FOR RENT Furnished room, heat and bath, for gents, at the Grand. oct28-tf LAUNDRY. We can help make you nappy hon estly we can. Richmond Steam Laundry. UPHOLSTERING. See Holthouse for Upholstering, Phone 4367. 124 S. 6th St. 27-tf AUCTIONEER. H. H. JONES, Auctioneer. I have lots of sales booked for spring. If you are going to have a sale of any kind. I would like to do your work. Sat isfaction guaranteed. Office Shur ley's Barn. dec24-tf MOVING VANS. Phone 4258 calls the large Empire Moving Vans with sober, reliable and experienced white, men only. Al. Wlntersteen. 30 N. 6th St. 11-tf FOUND. FOUND An Eagle lodge pin. Owner may have same by calling at Green wood ave.', " near Beallview park. William Mason. -2t MISCELLANEOUS. HANS N. KOLL Deutscher Notar and Versicherungs Agent; 716 Main Farm and (Garden THE COUNTRY ICEHOUSE. An Important Adjunct to the Up to ' Date Farm. By PROFESSOR OSCAR ERF, Ohio Ag ricultural college. .In this age of advanced farming the Icehouse is an important adjunct. The most economical building is the one so constructed that it will preserve the greatest amount "of ice In propor tion to the amount of ice stored. Waste In. an icehouse is largely caused by meltage from the top, sides and bot tom. In . a properly constructed ice house and when the Ice is properly packed and cared for no waste should take place from the inside of the pile of Ice. The melting from the sides, bottom and top is caused by insuffi cient insulation. To insulate to such an extent that no meltage would take place would be impracticable, but with a thorough 31 ILLULUH' ifirinnifi CBOSS SECTION OF ICEHOUSE. understanding of the construction of an icehouse a minimum amount of meltage can be obtained. The waste from the bottom Ms generally consid ered to be the greatest. The amount of ice melted in the bottom of the ice house varies from one to six feet dur ing the year, depending upon the con struction of tbe floor.' If the Icehouse is provided with an air tight floor, with the ice laid on at least eighteen inches of dry sawdust, the bottom waste rare ly exceeds twelve Inches during the year. On the other hand, if tbe Ice is piled in the ieeXouse on the bare ground without any Insulation under it or any provision made for drainage tbe meltage frequently is six feet. Tbe side and top meltage is not so great, but It frequently ranges from one to three feet, depending upon the insulation. Tbe manner of insulation is shown in the cot of cross section of icehouse. The icehouse should be located in the coolest place possible and always above ground. The size of the build ing must be determined by tbe amount of ice used during the year. For a ICS ASD WLX KOCSX COXBOTD. man who keeps about twenty cowa and sells the milk an icehouse 14 by 14 by 12 feet high Is of sufficient six. However, in no case should an ice house be smaller than 12 by 12 by 10 feet high, because the outside surface is too great compared with the volume, and therefore too much ice Is wasted in proportion to the amount used. ' In. the, clans submitted the frajne- l SEVEN'' (DAYS FOR THE MOE IF i Street. Tel. No. 1620. sun&thu FREE Booklet on Fruit Growing and Truck Farming in Smith County. Texas. Write llerudon Real Estate & Investment Co., Tyler, Smith - County, Texas. 16-2St FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Doan & Klute New Headquarters, 1106 Main. Phone 4223. Removed from 14 S. Sth St. 5-tf DOWNING SON. 1 N. 8th. Phone 175. augl-tf UPHOLSTERING. J. H. Russell Removed to 16 S. 7th from 14 S. 7th Phone 1793. 6-tf PLUMBING, HEATING AND LIGHTING. , N Just call 1236, MEERHOFF will re pair your Plumbing, Heating and Lighting. 6-tf FINANCIAL. Money loaned. Low rates. Easy payments. Thompson, 710 Main St. 7-7t "Suppose, doctor, this operation does not succeed?'' "My dear fellow. If it doesn't youH never know it" work Is inaac by laying a : by 4 sill on the concrete foundation. . Fasten this to the foundation by cementing a few bolts into the concrete and allowing them to extend through the 2 by 4 silL Two by four studding is then placed upon this sill sixteen inches apart from center to center. The rafters for the roof are likewise made of 2 by 4's, placed the same distance apart as tbe studding, but tbe purlin plate upon the 2 by 4 studding should be at least six Inches wide. The outside of studding may be boarded either with common sheeting and paper, upon which poplar siding is uailed, or with patent siding or ship lap siding, the latter being the cheapest and requiring only a single thickness of board. The roof should be made with not less than, one-half, to one-third pitch and preferably covered with shingles, for shingles are better insulators than either slate or metal. However, paper may sometimes be used to good ad vantage. A cupola or flue should be built upon the roof to allow for tbe removal of the warm air from tbe top of the ice. The ventilator may be placed in the gable end Instead of the cupola and when so placed acts for the same purpose. A continuous door should be cut In one end to allow tbe ice to be put in. This door may extend from the gable down to within five feet of the bottom. In the cut, ice and milk house com bined, the side elevation shows bow the scheme has tbe advantage of utilis ing tbe water from the Icehouse here shown for cooling the milk. No Ice needs to be removed from the Ice house. It operates automatically.- If tbe weather is warm the Ice me lta more rapidly and keeps .water In the tank at the required temperature. Minute Marvels. The rotifer is but an Infinitesimal speck, about a thousandth part of an Inch long.- He is. a water midge that needs a microscope to watch bis move ment. Ten thousand rotifers could sport In a tiny eggcup fun of water without causing more commotion than would a single fish In any given bay. One would naturally suppose that such creatures were the most minute forms of animal life, but such Is not the esse. Wherever there Is a "herd" of them they are accompanied by SB other species' which are so small that In descriptions of the two they are likened to rats and horses. These tiny attendants on the Rotifer vulgaris are only one one-hundred thousandth of an Inch in length. London Scraps. Relieves mr stomach, palpitation of the heart. Digests what you oat. ' i Going South To Florida ? The C. C. a L. n. R. Offers Very Low Round Trip Rate During the Winter Season to Jacksonville, Fla. .$36.95 De Land, Fla. ..........$42.15 Melbourne. Fla. $44.65 Oilando, Fla. ..$43.85 Palm Beach. Fla $54.25 Pensacola. Fla. .........$29.50 New Orleans. La. $32.50 Winter Tourist Tickets good for return until June 1st, 1909. Round Trip Home Seekers Tickets (21 day limit) on sale J 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each t month, to the South, East and I North East. . , I For particulars call on . X V ? C. A. BLAIR. ; ' Pass. V Ticket Agent Home Tel 2062. Richmond. Ind. . J 1 JJIIS EVEU1HG South Side Improvement As sociation to Make Merry. The annual banquet of the South Side Improvement association to its members and friends will be held this evening in connection with the instal lation of ofneers. The meeting will lie held in the old. engine house. Sixth and South E streets. Those who have attended previous banquets given by the club will not miss the opportunity given this year. NOTICE K. OF C All members are requested to meet at the Hall at 7:30 Friday evening on account of the death of Pro. Joseph Gatrek. LEO ZEYEN. G. K. A Difficult Foot. At a New Tork hotel an out of town man had left hia family, which had accompanied him to the city, in their rooms so long that they had become uneasy about him. At last be returned to the rooms, and to the anxious In quiry of his wife, "Where in the world have you been so long?" he responded calmly, "I've just been in the cuspi dor, walking pro and con." PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned commissioner, appointed in an action for partition in the Wayne Circuit Court, wherein Dickinson Trust Company administrator of th estate of Hannah Patterson, deceased is plaintiff, and Charles Patterson and others are defendants for the partition of certain real estate therein describ ed, to sell the real estate described In tbe complaint in raid cause. 1 will, a . such commissioner, on Saturday. Jan -uary 16th. 1909, offer for sale to the highest bidder the following real es- -tate in said Wayne county, state ol Indiana, to-wlt: Beginning on the north line of lot No. 11 In that part ot the City of Richmond. Indiana, laid out by Jeremiah Cox (1221 feet west of the northeast corner of said lot; thence south to the south line of .e north half of said lot; thence west to the east line of: North Sth street; thence north on the east line of said. North 5th street to a point In line with the north line ot said lot No. 11; thence east to the place of beginning. The house on said part of said lot be ing No. 207 North Sth 'street. Terms of sale At least one-third of the purchase money cash in hands and the balance' in two equal installtuent due respectively In 9 and IS months from day ot sale, the deferred nay ments evidenced by notes of the pur chaser, secured by first mortgage on said real estate, and bearing 6 per cent interest per annum from day of sale, and providing for atty's fees. The sale to take place on said above described premises at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M. of said day. SAMUEL DICKINSON. v. ' Commissioner. A. M. GARDNER. Atty. J. F. DAVENPORT, Auctioneer, dly 31-7 , ELECIOTY! APPBttDICITIO Now cured without an operation. AIo urinary and sexual maladies of men an.l women cured in the privacy of their own homes by this new direct current system. Fmr ittptrisr avay slectrio blU Filling the Lungs by the continuous direct current cures any curable case of throat and lung trouble. Call on. or write J. Charles, 24 S. 13tb St., Rich mond. Ind., for free book giving full particulars. SCHEDULES Cfc!es;9. Cld3 6 LcrbvEle tat Effect NovcsbI tt.19. STATIONS Lv Chicago Ar Peru ..... L Peru ..... Lv Marion . . . .lSam lS.OSpml . 1.13pm) Z.13am 1.33pm 2.23m .am 2.16pm 3. Kami I ttara 3.01pm 4.100m ?.Som 4.2Spm I 21omr 9.22am 4.53pm S.SSaml S.a0pm 7-2ml Iv lianrte .... Ur Richmond Lv Ct Grove. Ar Cincinnati West STATIONS Dally Lt Clnelnnatf. L.T Ct Grove.. Lr Richmond. Lr Muncio ... Lr Marion ... Ar Peru ..... Lv ' Peru ...... Ar Chlcajro . . .ISamiie.Ofrpml 9.(Samll.Z4pm 10.1 0am' l.am ?.pm ll.tOara! 1.22am l.lpm 12.5ftpm 2. Mara t.3pm l.S3pm 2.13am lS.3pm z.nzpmi j. :3am i 5.4pmf 7.23am (12th 8C Statton) All. train run dally. Sunday service same aa on week days. Through Vet!bn!ed Trains between Chicago and Cincinnati. Doable dally service. Through aleeper oa trains Koa. 3 and 4 between Chicago and Cin cinnati. V Fine Buffet oervleo on trains 1 and 2. - For train connection and other In formation call , C. A. BLAIK. P. T. A. Home Phone 20(2. JUcJuaond. Ian. i