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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRA3I, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 190D.
'.Branch Offices'. Branch offices are located in every part of the city and ' county towns. Leave your want ad with the one nearest you. Rates are the same. For Your -Convenience LIST OF AGENCIES. Branch offices are located In every part of the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest you. The rates are the same and you will save a trip to the main office. South of Main. BRUENING & EICKHORN, 13th and S. E street. A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and 3. F. HENRY ROTHERT, 5th and S. H. North of Main. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 821 N. E St CHILES tc SON. lSth and N. C St WM. HIEGER. 14th and N. G St. JOHN J. GETZ, 10th and X. H St. RATES 1 cent per word 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge adver tisements sent in by phone and collect after its insertion. WANTED. WANTED Barber at Colonial Barber Shop.. 14-3t nave your tuit pressed once a week at the rate of f 1.00 per month. Rich mond Dry Cleaning. Phone 1072. ' ' ' ' -- '-V'-'vi-'H 14-lm Vv i ivu t irst class private board ing house for gentleman and wife, situated near business district; plen ty ef surrounding grounds; will pay good price for suitable place. Ad dress C. W. Munro, Arlington hotel. 14-2t ijs.u Oirl at 214 N. 9th street, at once. 14-3t iWANTED Girls of 18 or over in the player department. Starr Piano Co. ' 14-2t WAITED Place to board In the country by family of four, where sur roundings are clean and pleasant; must be within several miles of Rich mond. References exchanged. Ad dress "Outing" care Palladium. 12-tf WANTED- To buy watches, rings and bicycles. J. M. Lacey, Pawn Broker, Cor. 8th and Main. 0-7t Market -Reports NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. ty Corrsll and Thompson, Drck-ra, Eaton. Ohio.) ' New York, July 15. Open High Low Close L. 4 N. .. .. 1 141i 142 141 142V4 Great Northern 149 130 149 149 Amalgamated Coppet .. .. 79 74 807 79 80 American smelting ... . ; .. .. 94 94 93 94 Northern Pacific .. ..150 152 150 151 U. S. Steel ,.. . .... .. .. .. .4 C9 71 69 71 U.S. Steel pfd .125 ,126 125 126 Pennsylvania .. .. .. .. . ..138 138 137 137 St Paul .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 153 154 153 154 B. & O. .. ..118 119 118 118 New York Central,.. ..132 132 132 132 Readlag ........ ..154 155 154 155 Canadian Pacific .. .. 184 185 184 184 Union Pacific ., ..193 194 193 194 Atchison .v.. .; .; 116 116 115 116 Southern Pacific. .. ..133 133 132 133 Chicago. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Br Corrsll sad Thompson, Brokers, Eaton O.) Chicago, July 15 Wheat, Open High Low Close July , , 128 129 1 122 123 Bept V. 112 112 110 ' 110 Dec . 109 109 108 108 , Corn - Open Hign Low Close Jaly ... 72 72 71 71 Sept ... 66 67 65 66 Dec. ... 56 56 56 56 Oats. Open High Low Clos July ... 4S ' 48 48 48' Sept. ... 43 . 43 42 42 Dec. ... 43 43 42 42 Indianapolis Market. REPRESENTATIVE SALES. At. Dk. Price No. HOGS. 8 106 14 140 0 ................. 136 M 125 8 ., 151 76 .162 68 157 50 161 109 194 78 180 76 ................. 188 19 210 82 190 76 ...J..... 219 86 ....v., 209 58 225 66 217 63 248 74 251 $7.25 7.50 40 7 7.80 7.85 7.90 7.90 7.95 S.00 8.00 8.05 8.10 8.10 8.15 8.15 8.20 S.20 8.25 8.25 S.30 320 40 240 240 280 SO 240 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. Best heavies..- $S.05$S.SO Good to choice lights .... 7.80 8.05 Best pigs .... .. .. .....6.75 7.23 BEST 8TEKRSL . , . Good to choice steers .... 6.50 7.00 Choice to fancy yearlings 5.25 5.85 STOCK CATTLK. Qood to hvy feeding steers 4.75 5.00 Fair to good feeders , . . 4.50 4.75 K inferior to choice Blockers 3.00 4.50 Central. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 4th and t Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Ave. and West 1st. GEO. H. SHOFER, 3rd and W. Main. Fairview. J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan St. WE do all kinds of Fountain Pen re pairing while you wait. Before go ing on your vacation see your pen is in good order. Jenkins Mfgs. Julyl3-lmo WANTED Woman for office work; Monarch , Laundry. 13-7t WANTED Position as errand boy or any kind of work. Address Albert, Palladium. 13-3t WANTED A person to play piano and sing of evenings at the Glen. - 13-3t WANTED Ladles to learn hairdress lug," manicuring, facial massage, , chiropody or electrolysis. Few weeks completes. Wonderful de mand for graduates. Good field for resident work; diplomas granted. Instruments given. Investigate. Moler College, Cincinnati, O. 25-tf WANTEEPTo rent a farm of 75 or 100. acres; address "Country," care Palladium. ' 9-7t WANTED Stock to pasture; call phone 1235. 24-tf WANTED To store your stove for ; the summer. 1030 Main. Phone 1778. 17-tf Commoa to fair heifers . . 2.50 BUTCHER CATTIJ2. Good to choice heifers .. 5.00(3) 3.25 6.00 5.00 7.00 8.00 Good to fancy cows 3.85 VEAL CALVES. Fair to heavy calves S.OCKfJ Good to colce veal., .. .. 4.00 SHEEP AND LAMBS. Best yearlings.. 5.o0 Good to choice sheep.. .. 4.00(g) Good to choice lambs .... 7.00 6.00 4.50 8.00 Richmond Grain Market i (Richmond Roller Mills) New wheat, per bu ...$1.00$1.05 Corn, per bu. .. .. .. .. 75c Rye, per bu ..80c Bran, per toa 27.00 Middlings, per toa $30.00 Clover seed, per bu $5.50 Richmond Seed Market. (Run: Co.) Timothy, per bu $1.90 Clover seed 5.00 3.50 Richmond. CATTLK. (Psld by Richmond Abattoir.) Best Iiogj. average 200 to 250 pounds. ... . . .$7.00$7.25 Good to heavy packers . . 7.00 7.50, Common and rough 6.75 7.00 Steers, corn fed 5.00(3 5.50 Heifers ........ 3.50 4.50 Fat cows .... .... .... 3.50 4.25 Bulls 3.25 3.75 Calves 6.00 7.00 Lambs 6.00 PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Paid by Bee Hire Grocery.) Young chickens, dressed, per lb. . .18e Old chickens, per lb. 18c COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by Bee Hire.) Creamery butter, per lb. .2Sc Country butter, per lb ....... .1920c Eggs 20c Richmond Hay Market. (Omar G. Whelan.) Timothy hay. (loose) ..... $14.00 Clover hay, loose $12.50 Mixed hay $13.00 Oats, per bu., .....i.... 50 to 52c Corn .... ... .....,. .........75c PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. ...PALLADIUM... Waet Ado Colminnies WANTED If you want money in WANT AD place of your city property or farm. so right to Porterfleid's Real Es ( fT If If fT fS) f (1 If ate office. Klley Block. 8th and I L C m L Main. 14-tf " u to uu u w u . Tne followlns are replies to Pal'a- FOR SALE dium Want Ads. "received at this of- ...,. . . . fjce Advertiser will confer a great FOR SALE City property and farms. favor hy calHn3 for in .merchandise stocks and fire insur- to the,r adg MaI, af Ws ofice ance. Porterfield, Kelly Block, 8th 12 EOon frr as follows: and Main. C-tf ' FOR SALEl6iT2 wall tent with fly; A J 1 C- P- 2 first class condition; also woven J Country 4 spring folding cot; enquire at River- Baty " Exchange ... 1 side Brass & Machine Works, 324 Housekeeper ..1 N. 3rd St. 15-7t Mail will be kept for 30 days only. FOR-SALE Edison phonograph with AU mal1 n called for w'thin that repeating, recording and shaving at- ilm& be cast out tachments, complete with 45 rec- . : ords; machine only used one month. FOR gALE Big bargain in velvet Bargain if taken at once. Enquire brtlS8ei8 and jnj?rain rug8. pe. Riverside Brass & Machine Works, $1 10 up Antique Furniture Co., ?24N: 3rd5tl!L 15 7t 519 Main. 8-tf FOR SALE Pure bred Buff Orping- , zr- - ton Eggs for fall setting. A. E. $10.00 SlDffr Domes Sewing Schuh, 221 Richmond, Ace. 15-lt v Cb'nM' EOOd aS new' i? s-rwr fT .re Young, 240 Fort Wayne Avenue. FOR SALE House of three rooms, summer kitchen, good cellar, lot , 60x165; fruit Address "M. E. FOR SALE Jeweler's big clock; can W." care Palladium. Phone 3231. be seen at the Theatorium, 620 Main, 15-7t Monday, Wednesday and Friday F6R SALE-Improved farms and mornings. E. F. Hirst M4t farming lands in Osceola Co. J. L. FOR SALE Real estate, Fire Insur Shigley, LeRoy, Mich. ance. Agent for Fox Typewriter. " apr29jBod3mo3 r. l. More, 23 N. 9th St Phone FOR SALE-Forty-two hundred dol- 1316. 2-lmo lars in first mortgage notes, with SAJjE OR TRADE -An ideal su- good interest, on good farm. Ad- burban nome suitable for retiring dress Mortgage, care Palladium. farmer or business man. Phone 15'2t 3136. 27-tf FOR SALE-Second hand upright SALE Mill wood. C. W. Kram.r piano, good condition; will sell . r a . cheap. Phone 1079. 13-7t co' ' tZJl CAN SELL you $1,600.00 property by $1.00 All make. Sewing Machines paying $300 down,' balance as rent ,Jft 'eired' ny distance- You; Phone 4358. Frank M. Price. 13-3t 240 Wape Ave. tf FOR SALE OR TRADE Lots in Earl- " ham Heights. Bargain. Will Rel- FOR RENT ler. Phone 2455. 9-7t - Er.-T-T7; r rrr n FOR RENT A new modern six-room FOR SALE-200 000 cigarettes oO house oq brands, oc to $1 60 pkgs. Felt 412 N. 21st Phone 3712. 14-2t Cigar Store, 609 Main. Wholesale and retail. ,9-lmo FOR RENT Flat, 26 N. 11th; enquire . .. et i , : r ; over 713 Main. Telephone 21u9 or FOR SALE Show case, folding bed ,n. v ' . and buffet at a bargain. W. F. 14 " Brown, 1030 Main St 11-tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms; all Indianapolis Grain. Indianapolis, July 13.- Wheat. Corn.. Oats ..... r Rye .?1.26 . . ,75c ..52c ...Soc EAST BUFFALO. East Buffalo, July 15. Cattle Receipts 50; tops $7. Veals Receipts 50; tops $9. Hogs Receipts 2,f00; tops $S.65. Sheep and lambs Receipts 1.40S; sheep $S.75; top lambs, $5.73. CINCINNATI GRAIN. Cincinnati, July 15. Wheat .$1.38 Corn 75 Oats 53 Rye. , , . .... . . S5c CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, July 15. Hogs Receipts 2,000; strong advance. Cattle Receipts 400. Sheep and lambs Receipts 5,500; top sheep $4.50; lambs $8.50. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK, Pittsburg, July 13. Cattle Receipts light; tops $7. Veals Receipts, light; tops $8.50. Hogs Receipts 7 loads; $S.50. Sheep and lambs Receipts light, top Sheep and lambs Receipts light; top sheep $3.75; lambs $7.75. TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, July 15. Wheat .$1.38 Corn.. 75ic Oats. 55c Rye .. .. 85c The Dritixh Royzl Bodyguard. To stand in a ring around the king of England, should he go out upon the battlefield, and protect bim with for midable battieaxes was the original duty of the honorable corps of gentle men at arms. The ancient bodyguard, however, still have duties when the king Is In London. At levees In St James' palace they are required to be in attendance, standing solemnly in quaint scarlet coats and with white plnmed helmets, officially keeping clear a passage to the royal presence. It is their duty also to be present when there is a court at Buckingham palace and when the king opens parliament Their battieaxes date far back to the days of the Spanish armada. They were actually brought Tcr on the ill fated Spanish galleons and, falling Into the bands of the English, were given to the king's bodyguard. Lon don Mail. "Yon speak with great posltlvenesa about the sincerity of our friend's reli gion."' "There can be no doubt whatever of his sincerity." was the answer. "Why. sir, . that man would rather go to chnrch on Sunday than play golf." Washington 8tar. iiodol fcsssfe Relieves sour stomach, oalpiu'ion of the heart. Digests what job eat 1 PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. Bride and Groom in Ballon yl 1 JpT VMM f) S ' p Q'-JZr MR. ANTf'MRS. ROGE R U LTRNHA Mr WWOBTIGATrTHE IR HONEYMOON WITH A TRIP IN A BALLX)7. AFTER A THRILLINO START IN THK DARKNESS. FROM PITTSFtEI.D, MASS.. THET JOURXETED AROUND .AND OVER THE STATE FOR N'JSARLT FOUR HOURS. FINALLY LAN1 INO JtTST AT DAYBREAK ON A FARM IN HOLBROOK. JVST 14 MILES TROU BOSTON. WHERE THEY TXJK A TROLLEY FOR HOME. WILL SHAW INSANE Application will be made in a few days for the admittance of Will Shaw of Connersville. to Easthaven. Fay ette county is having trouble to pro vide accommodations for its insane. LeGrand McMeans was brought to Easthaven the other day. Enroute . here the machine In which he and the sheriff were making the trip broke down and the insane man roamed the country at large. The Connersville papers claim another insane man now is in town. Friends have prevented htm being placed in the jail and he can not be admitted to the hospital for want of accommodation. u.WMtWA Rstisvsssoor: pajprtsttsnef the heart Digest what job est 1 cent per word. 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge advertisements sent in by phone and collected for after its insertion. conveniences. 2CT S. 8th st. 14-3t FOR RENT Furnished room; 42 S. 10th. 13-Tt FOR RENT Five room flat modern; 36 S. 11th St Call at 46 South 11th street. 12-tf FOR RENT Furnished room; batb. 30 N. 12tb. 9-7t FOR RENT Y. M. C. A. furnished rooms, cool. light clean, shower baths, S1.25 per week and up. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat. with bath for gents, at the Grand. feb22-tf MISCELLANEOUS. FOR EXCHANGE Poultry farm near Richmond for city property. "Ex change." care Palladium. 9-7t LOST. LOST Small open face watch with initials A. H. and red face. Reward of $5.00 if returned to Palladium. 15-7t LOST Gold locket and chain, Tues day afternoon between 11th and Main and Union Depot; reward if returned to K. G., Western Union Telegraph Co. 15-lt BUSINESS CLASSIFIED INSURANCE. MOORE & OGBORN, Automobile and Fire Insurance, Bonds. Loans and Rentals. Room 16, I. O. O. F. Bldg. 13-tf LAUNDRY. Dirty clothes made clean; if you don't believe it, try us. Richmond Steam Laundry. Phone 1251. feb23-tf CLEANING AND PRESSING. FRED JONES at Friedgen's, 918 Main. Orders called for and deliv ered; lowest prices; work guaran teed. Phone 2068. jun24-lmo ART GOODS. Home Baking, Fancy Work and FRAME HOUSE BURHS The frame house owned by Mary Dunbar, colored, burned to the ground early yesterday morning about a mile and a half south of the city, back of the St. Mary's cemetery. The fire is supposed to have been of Incendiary origin. The matter has been reported to the police. The loss was about $100. Dlurfiiftaf. -Rector's Wife (to village grocery Well. I hope yea like oar new curate. Grocer Yes, ma'am, thank yea; we like him Terr well (pause: not. bow ever, that I think he's as fluent at we had a riffct to expect, seeing as his fa ther was an auctioneer. Loadon Tela RATE! Stamping. Haner's Art Store. S S. 11th. 25 tf FISH MARKET. Muth's for fresh fish and turtles; 16 South 5th street Phone 1535. 26-tf DENTIST. DR. C. S. WILSON. Hittle Block. Special attention given to plate work. Phone 1332. 24-1 mo BAKERY. SIX LARGE LOAVES of bread for 25 cents at Arnold's bakery, 29 N. Sth St. 'Phone 2474. jun27-lmo MOTOR CYCLES. New and second hand. Waking & Co. 406 Main St Phone 2006. 22 tf UPHOLSTERING. Awnings and Upholstering J. H. Russel. 16 S. 7th St. Thone 1753. marll-tf FOOT DOCTOR. A sure cure for Corns. Kollias. 20 S. Sth. Prof. H. H febll4f MEAT MARKET. Fresh Meats, Hams Bacon and Young Fries. Long Bros., Phone 2299. 7-tt FUNERAL DIRECTORS. WILSON, POHLMEYER & DOWN ING, 15 North Tenth. Phone 1335. Automobiles used for long distance calls. Private ambulance. 7-tf FINANCIAL. Money loaned; low rates; favorable terms. Thompson, 710 Main. 9-7t ELECTRIC WIRING. Keep cool and sweet by using Meer hoff baths and electric conveniences 14-tf PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. MADE UNIQUE WAGER Bantering Remark Leads to Horse and Buggy Trip To New York. WILL START NEXT WEEK St Louis, Mo., July 15. A banter ing remark made a few weeks ago has led to the remarkable wager that a horse 32 years old could draw a light buggy and two heavy men from St Louis to the New York City hall and back again in 100 days. The start is to be made July 24, and if the horse wins. T. B. Tobin, a sa loon keeper, will win $1,000 from E. A. Uchtman, manager of the opera house at ML Olive, Ills. , The money is in a ML Olive bank. William "N. Miller, a collector, own er of the horse, and Gus Rosenberg will make the trip. They must support themselves enroute. APPOINT DELEGATES Presiding Elder Hunter and Miss Josie Watkins of this city were select ed as officers of the Richmond dis trict African M. E. church In conven tion at Anderson this week. Presid lng Elder Hunter continues as chair man of the district Miss Watkins was chosen treasurer. Carthage was chosen as the rlace for next year's convention. To Save Space. ' Jack Hello. Tom. old man. got yonr new flat fitted np yet? Tom Not quite. Say. do yon know where 1 can bay a folding toothbrush ? Boston Transcript SEN. LAFOLLETTE SHOWS INCREASE III TARIFF BILL (Continued' From Page One.) - said that it all depended noon methods of computing. Taking; up the Dingley law from the year of its passage. Senator Smoot fig ured that the average ad valorems were as follows: In 1S08 they were 4&90, and la 1800 they were 57.07. In that year the im port at ion of luxuries was very large. In the succeeding nine years, from 1000 to 190S inclusive, the average ad valorems were 4.2L 4 04. 49.78, 49.03. 48.78, 4.24. 44.16 and 42.94. The low ad valorem average of 42-55 In 1907 Is explained by the panic end the falling off of Importations of Ins nrles. It Is pointed oat that by eliminating the Increases made by the senate on silks, laces, diamond. ana other luxuries, uw aa raiorem ar erase under the aeaate MH less than 4O.01 per cent Tate Is less than any tariff Mil ta the test twenty years, except la 1905 when the WlUoa bill was in operation. la that year the ad valorem average was declared to be 3.fO per cent. . Speaking of Senator La Follette'a statement that the wenmtm Mil eteow a .VtW per cent increase over the Ding ley law. Senator Smoot tald: "If we had put all the articles now on the dutiable list upoa the free list with the exception of wines and spirits the average ad valorem of the senate bill would have been RT.18 per cent I say this In order to Ulestrate the un fairness of Senator La Follette's meth od cf arriving at his conclusions. RUNNING FIGHT OCCUREO TODAY (T. STEEL PLANT (Continued From Page One.) to them in their pay envelopes and sometimes not that much. They also allege that petty bosses charge new men $10 for a job and after allowing them to work a week discharge them and sell the job to another dupe. All the raloons in MeKee's Rock and surrounding boroughs bar been closed by the authorities, but the tor elgners appear to have no trouble in obtaining intoxicants. RICHMOND PEOPLE ARE INTERESTED III ADAMS CASE (Continued From Page OneJl ware, is thought to be the Columbia club, or which Frank R. Adams, of In dianapolis, is a member. The Mrs. Adams, of Delaware, mar have been told there that the man's name was Frank B., since there was confusion in regard to the name when the suicide first was published. Adams was in Richmond when notified of the suicide here. ". Leoansport Version. This morning the Palladium receiv ed word that the alleged Mrs. Adams who suicided st Indianapqlis had been buried. last Sunday, at Logansport and that the ceremony was attended by a man alleged to have been her husband. It was stated that a good description of the man could not be given because he was only In the city a abort time and had hurriedly left town after the burial. The Palladium wss Informed that the man who represented him self to be the husband of the woman wss a traveling man and that he had - met the woman when she waa emnlov- ed as a waitress at one of the Logan, sport hotels. GILBERT IS SAIO RE UNAUTHORIZED ACT AS AN AGENT (Continued From Psge One.) . fact that the 'merchants should hare been easy enough to give their money to anyone but himself. His brszeneia was astounding and he no doubt re lied on thst to keep from getting caught. Gilbert is described aa being of medium height, slender, smooth ' faced and about 30 years of sge. Throws New Light. The scheme has been a very clever one and throws an entirely new light - on the matter. The railroad organ isations were not aware of the fact that people had been collecting money for them ' for many rears until the scheme was discovered, when an ao , count was published the other day about Gilbert, the alleged authorized collector, branding the two Indiana polis men as swindlers. Members of all the railroad societies are very In dignant over the matter and state thst it belittles the organizations to giro out the impression that they bar been grafing off of tbe business men of this city all these years. The mat ter will be investigated more fully. , POPULAR EXCURSIOHG - - - Via Chicago. Cincinnati O Louisville R. R. 0as4Hi 1C0O - $68.15 To SEATTLE, WASH, Round Trip.' account of Alaska Yukon Exposi tion. Selling dates May to October, Final return limit October Slat. $15.20 'To TORONTO, ONT, Round Trie, account of Canadian National Ex position. Selling dates August tt, to SepL 9. Final return limit Sept , 14th. $44.15 To SALT LAKK UTAH. Round Trip account Grand Army Natl Encamp ment - Selling dates August 5th, 6th. 7th and 8 th. Final return limit M days. .- NIAGARA FALLS excursion August ; sth. ATLANTIC CITY Excursion via B. 0 Aos. llth. , ATLANTIC CITY Exonrssou via C. O, Aug. lata. OLD POINT COMFORT. VA, Excur sion vUCAO, July 7th. For reduced rates to points In North. East. Soota or West, call C A. ELAI3. Ticket Act. C, C 6 L B XL, EJe&gKad. n.