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TITO RICHMOND PAIXADI U3I AXI SUX-TELEGRA3I, THURSDAY,
JULY 28, 1910. PAGE SEVEN Branch Off ices 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 Yoojr Convenience LIST OF AGENCIES. Branea offices sre located la every part of the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest yow Tbe rates are toe same and you will ssv s trip to the mala office. South of Main. BRUEN1NO, Thirteenth and South E street A. W. BUCKWEDBU 8th and 8. P. HENRY ROTHERT. Eth and 8. IL North ef Miin. QUIOLET DRUG STORE. 121 N. E St. CHILES 6 OK. 1Kb and N. C St. WM. HIEQER, 14th snd N. O St JOHN J. OETZ, 10th snd N. H 8t RATES X cent periword 7 days tor the price of S days. We charge adver-, tlsemeete sent la by phone and collect after Its Insertion. WANTED. WANTED If you want money In place of your city property or farm, go right to Porterfleld's Real Es tate office, Kelley Block, 8th and Main. 14-tt WAITED Washing by German lady at 17 K South 4th St. WaTJTED Boy io help Tn" bakery. Ji7-3t 107 Richmond ave. WANTED Door and window screens to order, lawn mowers sharpened; call (or and delivered. Brown-Bar-nell Co.. 1023 Main. Phone 1834. WANTED You to go to Murray Bll llsrd parlors for recreation. 12-t! WANTED Bread baker at 8 8. 11th Bt T-tt WXSlf feb foltlon In office or store WANTED Position as housekeeper; address M., care Palladium. wANTKb-Tobld on lawn fenc trelllr snd srbor work. Wslk, drive snd farm gates In stock. Any site made to order on short notice. Or der direct from us. If your hardware dealer doesn't handle our goods. 22nd and North E streets.. Phone 3731. Eureka Mfg Co. 21-2wks-eod Market NEW YORK STOCK (Furnished by Correll and Thompson. Odd. Fellow's Hall. Phone 1446.) New York, July 28. Open High Low Clos Copper 60 ,64 60 63 ' American 8 melting 65H 68 C5 674 U. 8. Steel 67 68 66H 68 U. B. Steel pfd. 115 115 115 115 Pennsylvania 126 127 126 127 St. Paul .. .. 120 121 -120. 121. B. 4b O 108 109 108 109 New York Central 109 ,110 109 110 Reading .'...135 138 135 137 Canadian Pacific .....184 186 183 186 Sreat Northern .. .. .. .. 123 ' 125 122 124 Union Paclflo ..157 160 157 159 Northern Pacific '..116 117 115 117- Stchlsoa , 96 98 95 97 LAN. . 135 13S 134 138 Southern Paclflo .. .. 108 ilO 108 110 CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by Correll snd Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall. Phone 1446.) Chicago, July 28. Wheat Open Hly? Low Close July ... 108 109 107 108 Sept .. 104 104 102 103 Dec. ... 106 106 105 105 May ... 110 110. 108 108 Corn- Open ' High' Low July ... 64 64 63 Sept ... 65 65 63 Dee. ... 64 64 61 May ... 65 65 63 Os'a Open High Low July .J. 39 - Sept ... 31 38 37 Dec. ... 39 39 38 May ... 43 42 40 Close 63 63 . 61 63 Close 38 37 SS 40 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. Indianapolis, July 2S. Hogs Receipts 4V; prime $9.25. Cattle Receipts 2h; choice $7.23. 8heep-Receipts 1,; prime $4.00. Lambs $7.00. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Pittsburg. July 2.- Csttle Receipts light; choice $7.40; prime $7.13; butcher $t.40. Sheep Receipts light; prime $3.00. Hogs Receipts 10 loads; prime heavv SS.0O;yorkers $10.00; pigs flO.lO. Veals. $10.50.. Spring lambs $7.25. TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo. July 2S. Wbrat $1.04 Corn '. 00c Oats '. 42c Clover seed $7.90 EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. Esat Buffalo. July 2S. v Csttle-Recelpts 20o head; prime steers fT.Tft; butchers $7.00. Sheep Reeclpts 400; prime $5.40. HS Receipts 3.400 bad; yorkera o o Central. QUIOLET DRUG STORE. 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER. Richmond Ave. end West 1st GEO. H. SHOFER. rd and W. Mala. Pslrvlew. J. J. ICULUQAN, 1093 Sheridan 8t SALESMEN making small towns can earn a nice income carrying our pocket sideline. Write for Order Book today. 20th Century Mfg. Co., 1308 Wells St., Chicago. July24&31 WANTED Girl to assist with house work. Frank Underhlll, Greensfork, Ind. 23-7t WANTED A first class cook, good wages paid to right party. Hamil ton Restaurant; 404 Main St. 28-3t WANTED Position by experienced chaffeur, graduate of Milwaukee school. Address "W. K." Pallad ium. WANTED Employment by middle aged lady or will care for old peo ple for good home rather than wag es. No. 11 Fort Wayne Ave. 28-2t WANTED Young girl to assist with housework; 38 South Seventh. . 28-2t WANTED Four first class carpen ters; no other need apply. Cor. 8th and South E. It WANTED Boy 12 years old wants a job; willing to do anything that I can. 536 S. 11th St Reports'. QUOTATIONS $9.40; pigs $9.80; heavies $9.05.' Lambs $7.75. Calves Receipts' 150 head; choice $9.50. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. 4 , eaaeaaaawaaa Cincinnati, July 28 - -Cattle Receipts 900; shippers $7.00. Hogs Receipts 2,500; butchers $9.10. Sheep Receipts 5,000; prime $4.10. Lambs $7.50. , INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, July 2S. Wheat $1.02 Corn 07c Oats ;.43i:c Rye 78c RICHMOND MARKETS. RICHMOND HAT MARKKT. (Omar G. Whelan) Oats 35337c Timothy Hay (loose) S15.0C Straw, baled. $6.00Q $&5u Corn 57c Wheat, per 100 pounds $1.83 RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller Mills) No. 2 Wheat ..' $1.00 No. 3 Wheat 93c Corn 57c Rye. per bu 70c Bran, per ton $25.00 Middlings, per ton $2800 Clover Seed $5.00 $5.50 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Runge st Co.) Corn 5Sfi0c Timothy $2.1X5 Clover seed . . . : $0.50Ji$7.00 POULTRT. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb 1S02OC Old chickens, per lb 18020c Ducks lSe COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery butter, per lb. 30c Eggs y isc Country butter, per lb 20c A MISTAKE MADE. The Palladium stated yesterday that Charles Taylor drove an Adams Ex press wagon through n H'. ;rro parade on South Sixth street Mr. Taylor says it was another driver for the compsny. - - PA LLADI UM o Waet Ado WANTED Washing to bring home by experienced laundress; 536 S. 11th Street. WANTED White girl for general housework; 303 North 9th. 2S-3t FOR SALE. FOR SALE 4 year old horse, wagon and harness,. and 23 stands of bees with about one thousand lbs. of honey. Lee -Eadler, R- R. No. 8. Phone 4336. FO RS A LENo72 belt power cham- pion hay press. Route 8. Call John Caselcy, 2U-7t FOR SALE Now is the time to buy thoroughbred Duroc pigs. Inquire J. C. Commons at WebBtcr. Phone 5144C . . 27-tues-frl-tt FOR SALE 8 room house 520 N. 22.1 cheap if . sold at once. 27-7t FOR SALE 150 egg "Old Trusty" in cubator new, $0.00; also half growu white Wyandotte and buff Orping tons. Szirkosky, 3o S. W. 1st. J7-li FOR SALE Gentle driving horse, cheap. Call 106 N. 19th. 28-7t FOR SALE Five passenger Buick machine in good condition." Inquire 223 North 20th. Phone 3791. 2S-2t FOR SALE A good, gentle driving mare, city broke, call at 22U Col lege Avenue. 28-3t FOR SALE Old boxes, barrels, etc. Would make good kindling wood. Inquire Joe's Place, 203 Ft Wayne ave. 15-tf FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE 000 acres, mostly fer tile first bottom soil; good house, barn, etc. 2 miles of river front, af fording finest of fishing, etc. An nual Income from this farm over $4,000. Where can you beat it? Price only $55 per acre. Seekers iu .bargains in productive lands should seek me. J. E. M. Agency, over 0 North Seventh street, Richmond. Indiana. 21-tf FOR SALE or trade for Richmond property, two modern houses in fine location in Indianapolis, very at tractive. Address P. O. box 67, Rich mond, Indiana. Jly9-tf " UNION LAtitfR ONLY. Nona but Cardholdara Employed by Ohio Valley Exposition. Not ouly have uuiou workmen tbe call, but no man who ennuot show a union card In good standing has the slightest chance to break into tbe force of artisans who are erecting tbe buildings for the Ohio Valley exposi tion, wblcb will be. held in Cinciuustti from Aug. 29 to Set. 24. About a dozen buildiugs will be erected on tbe banks of tbe canal Iu tbe rear ot Music ball for tbe accommodation of various kinds of exhibits and amuse ment enterprises, aud not a tool will be wielded u nuy of these that Is not in the bauds of a uuiou workman. In order to avoid all questions as to the standing of any contractor in any kind of work connected with tbe ex position. Claude Uagen. director of amusements, under whose supervision tbe buildings are beiug erected, de ckled to employ all his men directly Instead of letting out the work by contract In this way be has been able to secure the highest class of union men. with tho result that work has progressed rapidly and satisfac torily, so that there Is not tbe slight est doubt that all tbe structures will be completed some time before tbe date set for tbe opeuing of the ex position. Speaking of his experiment In tak ing charge of tbe entire construction work himself instead of letting it by contract Mr. Ha sen. who has designed and built some c-f tbe largest amuse- ment enterprises in Europe and Amer ica, said: "I find thht method of con struction more satisfactory than any I have ever engaged In. I don't have to wait on contractors to fluish one line of work before 1 can start on some thing else, and 1 don't have to worry about prospective labor difficulties. 1 am employing none but union men. and that means that I am getting men who are intelligent aud experienced in their several crafts. Under these conditions tbe work is gettlug on swimmingly, everybody is satisfied, and we'll have the exposition fully completed some time before tbe scheduled inauguration of the enterprise." WHAT CONGRESS DID. How Labor Fared at the Hands of Our National Legislators. Tbe legislation actually enacted in the interest oi labor at the first ses sion of the sixty-first congress, now adjourned, comprises the following measures: Requiring common carriers to report all accidents to the interstate com merce commission. Compelling railroads, under penalty, to equip their cars with uniform safe ty appliances. Amending tbe employers liability set so that suit may be brought at the residences of the plaintiff and in the state courts. Appointing a commission to investi gate the matters of employers liability and workingmen's compensation. Providing for the establishment in the department of the interior of a bureau of mines and appropriating tbe sum of $310,000 to carry on' tbe work. Providing for an eight hour day in the construction of battleships, colliers and other vessels for the navy. -Labor bills which passed either the j house or the senate, bat failed of pas sage In bothare jrtilh occupying a yan- o o o CoWmos WANT AD LETTER LIS IT The followlra ere replies to Palla dium Want Ada. received si this of fice. Advertisers wilt confer s greet favor by calling for mat! In answer to their ads. Malf at thle office up to 12 noon today a totows: J. M 4 J. C 2 B. Heiman ... 1 H. 10 1 J. . X A. B. C . 3 H K. G. 1 R. A . 1 Trade 3 X 1 T 1 CM 2 Mall wfn am icevc tor o days only. Alt mail not cilJei foi within that time win be cast oat FOR SALE Choice residence lot first equare South 12th St Dr. Ew Ing. 23-tf FOR SALE A good paying Candy stand; reason for selling, party go ing to leave the city. For particu lars see Geo. Manoosae, Arcade Candy stand. 29-tf HAIR weaving, manicuring, face man sage and scalp treatment. Shampoo ing, 33c. Open of evenings till 8 o'clock. Miss Steward, 16 South Sixth. may25-6mo FOR SALE Grocery and general store In country railroad" town; no opposi tion; good reason for selling. Ad dress X, care Palladium. 20-7t FOR SALE Lot in Benton Heights. Phone 3760. 26-7t FOR SALE Improved farms, city property and lots. One per cent commission on sales of $500. Kauf man, over 828 Main. Phone 2394. ' ' Juno ltf. J. M. Lacey Pawnbroker, 8th and Main. 26-3mo FOR SALE Six room house with bath, furnace and electric light, $2,300.00. Phone 1522. 17-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Double house east of car barns, National avenue. Phone 3070. . ' - 22-7t "Burn That -Jimmy Jackson' ' in3 pomt ror rne' snort session, espe cially since tbe making of tbe new house rule which allows 'members to call bills that have been "pigeonholed from committees. Among the bills hung up tbe one for government inspection of. loconiotiTe boilers will be strenuously backed by the railroad brotherhoods at the De cember session with a good chance of its becoming In w. ' rolo. Polo is an oriental game of antiqui ty which, it is claimed, can be traced back to 000 B. C CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works.. Office of the Board. Richmond. Ind., July 28th. 1910. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond. Indiana, that on the 28th day of July, 1910, they approved sn as sessment roll showing the prims facie assessments for the following describ ed public improvement as authorized by the Improvement Resolution nam ed: Improvement Resolution No. 218-1910. Providing for the Improvement be tween South 14th and South 15th street by grading, graveling snd bouldering and three-brick center, from South D street to South E street. Improvement Resolution No. 2201910 ; Providing for the Improvement of the west side of South 13th street from South D street to South E street 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. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, moder ate rates, electric light and bath for gents only at the Grand. jly5-tf FOR RENT Flats, Murray Theater. O. G. Murray. - 13-tf FOR RENT House, 3 room6. 631 N. 9th St. FOR RENT Two upstairs unfurnish ed rooms for light house keeping. 534 North 19th. 28-7t FOR RENTFurnished or unf urnish ed rooms suitable for light house keeping in entirely new modern house. 105 North 4th. Phone 1612. , - . 21-tf iRTTTENTSmall place, Asylum av7. Inquire 224 North 7th. 27--'t MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE For sale-or rent; a new bus! ness room 22xOS in good location. Business is not overdone. Box 153 Fountain City, Ind. sod-7t PATENTS procured, also sold on commission. Positively no advance fee. Patent Exchange, Jenifer Build ing. Washington, D. C. may22-t; BXTH I NGAN DFI SHI NG The up-to- date pond for ladies and gents, cool clean, clear, fresh water, bathing suits, all accommodations. Open un til IO p. m. You are invited. Fol low the path north from the Glen. Phone 4244. 26-tue-thur-sat-tf Repairs we can't make A1NT Ward Machine Shop. 830 N. B St. LOST LOST Floral enameled pin with gold stem. Lost between corner West Fourth and Klnsey and 46 South 14th street Reward for return. Mrs. C. E. Shiveley. LOST Sack wheat between Morris Jones' and Doran Bridge. Phone 5122 C. LOST A boys' brown colored coat this side of Centerville or the street car barn: reward. Please leave at 410 S. 10th St., before Sunday. 28-2t by the construction of s cement side walk 6 feet in width, except that por tion already laid with cement, be tween the points named. Persons interested In or affected by said described public improvements (or either of them) are hereby noti fied that the Board of Public Works of said city has fixed Monday. August 15th. 1910, as a date upon which re monstrances will , be received, or Zeard. against the amount assessed against each piece of property de scribed in said roll and will deter mine the question as to whether such lots or tracts of land have been or will be benefited In the amounts nam ed on said roll, or in a greater or less sum than that named on said roll. Said assessment roll showing' said prima facie assessments, with the names of owners and descriptions of property subject to be assessed, is on file and may be seen at the office of the Board of Public Works of said city. . ' : H. M. HAMMOND. FRED R- CHARLES. W. W. ZIMMERMAN, Board of Public Works. ; Jul 28-7t NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE OP REAL ESTATE. Notice is hereby given that the. un dersigned, Daniel B. Mederias. Trus tee, win offer for sale on the prem ises four miles north of the Town of Centerville. Indiana, at public sale, at 2 o'clock P. M. on Thursday. August ISth. 1910, the following described real estate to-wit: The farm generally known as the RATES' Big Wash Out On the line at S saved by a. rn., using and the women I 'IMPERIAL 1910" MOTOR WASHER $3.00 down. 50c per week. Write THE DAYTON WASHING MACHINE MOTOR CO.. DAYTON. OHIO. " BUSINESS CLASSIFIED FERTILIZER. Attention Farmers. Save your money by buying Fertilizers of a man who .understands them thoroughly. Phone .5150D. 26-tf ART STORE. Fancy work and heme baking. Haner's Art Store, 8 S. llth. Pbone 21S0. 10-tl STORAGE. Don't forget Atkinson and his fire proof building when you want to store furniture. Phone 1945. 4th and Main street junelS tf INSURANCE. We write a general line of Insurance. Bonds, Loans and Rentals. Prompt attention given to all business. Moore & Ogborn, Room 16, I. O. O. F. Bldg. 22-tf BATHING. THE up to date bathing pond for la dies and gents, cool, clean, fresh water, bathing suits, all accommoda tions. Open until 10 p. m. You are Invited. Follow the path north from the Glen. . tue-thu-sat 9-tf RESTAURANT. The best meals are gotten at Profit's. IIS. Eighth str-jet PUBLIC SALE 55 acre farm; good buildings; fruit and two miles north Brownsville, known as the Cunning- torn homestead, August 2. 2 p, in. A. 0. Dering, Auctionerr. 12-18-25 FOUND. FOUND Scotch collie pup. Owner can . have same on identification. Call at 210 S. 11th st. 27-2t "Fletcher Mederias Farm." and more in particular to be described as fol lows, to-wit: In Wayne County, State of Indiana, and being the Northwest quarter of section 5, township" 16. range 14 east excepting the following tracts convey ed out by said quarter 1 acres deed ed to Olive Shearon by deed recorded inDeed Record No. 24, page 269; H acre deeded to A. D. Bowers bv deed recorded in Deed Record No. 31, page 462; Y acre deeded to David E Koontz by deed recorded in Deed Record No. 33, page 541; 1 acre deed ed to Anna Conne! by deed recorded in Deed Record No. 64. page 354: M acre deeded to Lemuel McNutt Febru ary 11th, 1866; 1 acres deeded to the sa'id McNutt April 7th, 1890; acre deeded to Jbel B. Curtis November 28th, 1891; acre deeded to Fay Cul bertson 9-27-1888; 1 acre deeded to tbe same Culbertson 4-7-1890; 1 acre deed ed to Robert Mederias by deed record ed in Deed Record No. 107, page 146; 2 acres deeded to Lemuel McNutt by deed recorded in Deed Record No. 107, page 53; and 33.02 acres deeded to Abraham L. Potter by deed recorded in Deed Record No. 107, page 638; and 2.692 acres deeded to the P., C, C. & St L. Railroad Company, by deed re corded in Deed Record No. 114, page 258; and such one acre deeded to Trustee of Center Township; and al so excepting some 21.63 acres deeded to Lemuel McNutt, by deed recorded In Deed Record, 123 at page 7. AND ALSO: All that part of the Southwest Quarter of same section ly Ing east of the Centerville and Wil liamsburg Turnpike Road, included in the following part of the same said quarter, as follows: A part of the southwest quarter of section 5, township 16, range 14 east. beginning at the northwest corner of said quarter; thence east across the creek and just over a small bayou; thence down said bayou to the creek; thence with the various meanderlngs and course of said creek including the water of said creek at a common stage which is called "Nolan's Fork" to the line running north and south; thence north along said line to the place of beginning; also 136 poles so as to Include the race and dam once attached to said property, and all of the above containing some 146 acres. more or less. . This farm Is one of the best located and most productive farms in Wayne county, and possession will be given to purchaser to all of said farm, ex cepting so much as Is planted to corn, possession of which will be reserved, until corn is gathered. This farm will be sold free and dis charged of all lien's and all taxes, and on the following terms: One-third cash in hand; one-third in one year; and one-third In 1 two years, deferred payments secured by first mortgage on above real-estate, with notes there for bearing six per cent interest from date. DANIEL B. MEDERIAS, Trustee. ARCH HINDMAX. Auctioneer. -WILFRED JESSUP. Attorney. dly jnl 28aug4-ll-17 CITY ADVERTISEMENT. . r Department of Public ' Works. Office of the Board, Richmond, Ind. July 2i; 1910. To Whom it May Concern: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond. Indiana, that on the 21st day of July, 1910, they approved sn as sessment roll showing the prims fact? assessments for the following desribed public improvement authorised by the Improvement Resolution named. Improvement Resolution Nq. 215-101O. Providing for the Improvement of Elm Place, by the construction of ce ment gutter strip and cement sidewalk 10 feet in width on the north sida thereof, from North Sth to North 0th street ... . , . Improvement Resolution No. 216-1910. Providing for s the improvement of the alley between South 4th and 5ta streets from the first alley running east and west south of South B street south to South C street by construct ing cement roadway In said aliey tat full width thereof, between the points named. - Persons Interested in or affected by jsald ie8CrlDe1 public Improvement, or rimer vi lUfui, are iicituj uuuucu that the Board of Public Drrks of said city has flxsd Monday, August 8, 1010, as a date upon which remonstritncea will be received, or heard, against tho amount assessed against each piece of property described in said roll and will determine th question as to whether such lots or tracts of land have been or will be benefited In the amounts named on said roll, or in a greater or less sum than that named on said roll. Said assessment roll showing said prima facie assessments, with the names of owners and descriptions of property subject to be assessed, is on file and may be seen at the office of the Board of Public Works of said city. H. M. HAMMOND. ' ' FRED R. CHARLES. W. W. ZIMMERMAN. Board of Public Works. July Time .'-Tables CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY. . Paaaa la. EKact Arll IT. ISIS. -East Bonad Calcaa-Claclaaatl. Statloaa. I.T.. v 1 I D Exj Saa. S i S ' D 1 St I Saa. I Oal? Chicago I 9:16a 10:05p . Peru Ar. ... l:22p 2:02a l:22o Peru ........ l:S2p 2:12a :M)a 4:$?t Marlon S:3Sp 8:01a 7:00a S:15 Munrie S:lSp S:55a 7:S8a t:li Richmond ... 4:40p t:08a :t2a 7:4Ap Ct. Grove . . E:19p 6:43a :li Cincinnati :60p 7:20a " :0p M eat Boaaa ClartaaatUCaleaa-. ttntloaa, I 3 1 4 i I SS I Cincinnati . . Ct. Orova ., . 8:16a 10:00nl I.1U :Sla S:63a Richmond . 10:31a iz-.2a OOp! 10:31 Muncte ..... Marion Peru Ar. . . . 11: 4 Hal ll:ta 1:1 Jp 4:4Ja S:40 l!:41p 1:3 Spl t:SSa sopl 3:2a zop Peru ....... :3a i;nicaao , , , . 7:S5aJ 12th St Station). Throurh Veattbuled Trains betweefn Chicago and Cincinnati. Double daily servica. . Through - sleepers on trains rsos. s ana Deiween (jnicsgo ana Cin cinnati. : Fine buffet servica on trains 1 and 1. All tra'.ns run dally, v . For train connections and other In formation call C. A. BLAIR. P. A T. A. Home 'Phone 2002. . Richmond.. lad. POPULAR EXCURSIONS Via C ft 0. R. R. of Ixdlsaa '" - passaa -V: 'J v low RoorI Trip ' Dates to the feltowlEj Points; Atlantic City, J. $24.15 G. A. R. . Encampment, Sept IB. 16,17,18,19th. Milwaukee, Wis. $10.05 K. of P. Grand Lodge. July 29, SO 31, Aug. 1st Old Point Contort, Va. Friday, July 8th; Friday, Ang. 12th; Tuesday, July 18th;; Tues day, Aug. 23rd. '...' ' !' V: ..' Niagara falls, N. Y. $6.50 Saturday,' July 30th ; Thursday, . Aug. 4th; Tuesday, 'Aug. lth; good returning 12 days from date' of sale. Atlantic City, N. J. $16.00 Thursdsy, August 11th, vis C. 4b O. R. R. Thursday, August 18th, ia B.,-& O. R. Chicago, III., $7.80 Knights Templar conclave, Aug. 5, 6, 7. 8' ; WewYork, Dj Y; $25.50 ; : Final T-etnm tiisit 20 days from date of sale. ',- Ocssd Trip , ' Sender Tcsrist Rates To Portland, Ore. .........179.10 To San Francisco, CalL ... 77.90 To Yellowstone Park ..... 51.10 To Denver; Colo. 37.05 To St PaulMinn.; Etc..... 24J5 For further Information, eatf . C. A. BLAIRr PSSS.' s TkL Agt, ' Home Tel. 2062. - RichnwnOV Ind.