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ItlCHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, MONDAY 1NING, DECEMBER 12, 1904.
v.. TW ft Worth $3.50 ON SALE SATURDAY MORIIIIIG lOO Ladies' Umbrellas Elegant handles on guaranteed waterproof taffeta silks, with cases and silk tassels. GOOD $3.50 VALUES. With patent steel rib and runner. They ought to all be sold in a day See east center show case i i o I1..I..H..1..1..H"1"1-I"1-:-1m1..I. VM-l 1-1 1 ! I I I Ml.i.lil.i..i..i..Hi 00 L HI I Prices Furnished by Mather Bros. Co. Per Ton Anthracite, all sizes $7.50 Pocahontas Lump 4.75 Jackson Lump, forked ..... 5.00 Winifrede Lump, forked .... 4.25 Pittsburg Lunp 4.25 Hocking Lump 4.00 Indiana Lump ' 35 O Nut and Slack 2.50 DELIVERED BY TEAM 25c extra when carried in. Mre You worrying and spending sleepless nights because of some yearly obli gation that must be met? A note or the payment of life insurance, the default of which would mean disaster to the family? Wor ries of this kind can be avoided if you will place one twelfth of the amount to be paid on deposit each month with ll Dickinson Trust Co, where it will earn 3 per cent, interest and aid materially in meeting the obligation. Try it ; start an account today. fG)p)I?glftraglUl!II!l When you wanto anything or h ave anything to sell send it to the Palladium: One-half cent a word, for all ads that anybody derives profit from. Otherwise notices will be free. Nothing inserted for less than ten cents, and no notice taken unless accompanied by cash. WAITED. WANTED Work 6f any kind to help worthy students, pay expenses while attending Business College. Phone 240. H 10-5t. v. j ; '""t FOR SALE 100 acres of creek bot tom lnd. For information, call At .215 N. 18th St., City. FOR SALE. FOR SALE -A good: Indianapolis l business college scholarship. Call at Palladium. .tf cash register, ium. Call at the Pallad-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT House 5 rooms, electric lights and natural gas, hard and soft water, 29 N. 19th st. Home Ctphone 742. eod-tf FOR RENT House of nine rooms bath furnace and stable; .central location; elegant repair at $22 per "'month, January 1st. McNeill & Porterfield. FOR SALE-A surrey, cheap. gentle mare Phone 1615. and 8-3 FOR RENT Three good houses. Call 1S04 N. F. Phone 357. .FOR SALE Christmas trees, plain and cedar. M. Charles, east of city. . ll-3t. .FOR RENT House, 25 south 19tfi ' street. Inquire 715 Main street. FOR SALE Young Barred Ply - mouth Rock rooster, 41 South Twelfth street. . .' -v tt' -- FOR SALE Want lads one-half ? a cent a word. tf LOST OR STRAYED. LOST Ladies small tan purse con taining money, on north 15th St. . Return to 304 north ; 15th street or Palladium and get reward. 3- 7-5t. FOR SALE A life scholarship in Johnson's Practical School of Tel egraphy and Railroading. ( Any young man contemplating practical railroading ; or? telegraphy; V will do well to buy this scholarship, which we will sell reasonable. tf ' FORSALE-A' good brand" ew FOR SALE CHEAP A Restaurant That is Making Moneys CAUSE FOR SELLING. ILL HEALTH. If yon want a splendid Business,; Don't Hesitate j Inquire at the Palladium office. i 'VW- tf LOCAL BREVITIES, .Underwear at Fletcher's. ''. tf '. . ''.- Sweet Cider at Hadley Bros, "tf Kirkman's for Doll Cabs. " ' " '"" Drs. Pierce and Chenoweth, ln tists, Colonial Bldg., corner seventh and Main, third floor. Phone 1637. 4-eod-lmo. Children's caps at 25c each, Shar key's millinery store, 7 South Sev enth street. tf . Order your Xmas trees and pic ture frames at Brown and Darnell's, 1022 Main. ll-2t. Puritan Pure Food, Cocoa (and Chocolate, the best on the market, for Christmas candies, etc., on sale at Meyer Bros. tf Mr. Orrie Allan, of Liberty, spent Sunday in the city, the guest of friends. Mr. Rome Finch, of Liberty, visit ed local relatives yesterday. Dr. Park for high class dentistry, 8 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant. . Fletcher's toggery shop will be op en every evening until after Xmas. K Take the Dayton & Western ears o the New Cedar Springs Hotel, now open. tf 36 Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbon for all machines. Burr, W. U. Tel. office. Phone 2Gr. Try a want ad. Phone 21. . Kirkman's for Desks. Fletcher's toggery shop will be op en every evening until after Xmas. fc Potato Chips made without lard. Try them. They are fine. Phone 292. tf Hadley Bros.' Kirkman's Hobby Horses. 7-4t Don't do without polo news. If the boy happens to miss you please phone 21, and we will appreciate it. Fletcher's toggery shop will be bp en every evening until after Xmas. Anna Bennett's Bread Large loaves 8c. Home Made. Phone 292. tf Hadley Bros. -.i Do you want a good little farm with many advantages. Call on J. E. Moore, over 6 north seventh St.' 20-tf. Fletcher's toggery shop will, be op en every evening until after Xmas. CALL AND SEE ME. BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE AS AM CERTAIN CAN PLEASE YOU FOR YOUR XMAS PHOTOS. SPECIALTIES FOR XMAS TRADE IN WAY OF MOUNTS, ETC. STU DIO 704 MAIN STREET. tf fin W "TnarklmStt&tif nOT here, i tne weakness of the market can in sense be attributed to this fea t'urcjn fact, this element has really a source of strength, in asmuch bankers having these is sues in -rre Were inclined to kec the mar. as steady and strong -s possble order to facilitate tn plachg ojew issues. Coigre$0pened on Monda an3 treciiitat discussion about-1 num" ber c? su;cts, such as tB ta"ff contro of iiroad rates, cf which arouse', so, timidity. rhis' 50W" ever, i a rt session of congress, no imprtannew legi01" is-lxkelv and tht"Seet" wl 8001 rever its nerv in 4s resect. - lad 'it not been foigeneQ akness hese , sub jects wold lve -'received scant at tention. Ther was not oasion for alarm ii the president 'smessage, which desth tth e NT fns tive questms h a calm d sensi ble fashio. it , In event f further clecii breaks good stockswill be a purse. As just said, tre are not sb what ever of any heck in generorosper ity, and the wetting down prices to a lower Wei, not onl stocks but in cotton nd some otl articles which have been too b would simply insure t prolongatif pros perity. A lover range I values would make conditions r stable, promote confidence and .urage a further forward movemc Stocks will fluctuate onsiderabbr some time to come, bit there ) perma nent or serious reaction ii sight. We have simplv paid penalty of a too hasty diseountif nation al prosperity. Richmond Shoe Col Eighth and Main. Chas. H. Feltman Geo. W. Denker It's Great That complete stock of Shoes and Slippers. The largest line of bright, new Christmas Shoes and Slippers The prettiest styles and most com plete assortments ever shown by one house . . . Take a look at our Ladies' Fur Trimmed Nullifiers, in black, red and brown, only 98c A PAIR. Our line at $1.25 &nl $1.50 are .beauties. Our line of Men's Slippers at 49c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 can't be beat. A pair of Douglas Patent Leathers willQmake a fine Christmas present, and only $3.50 A PAIR. Krippendorf's Shoes for Ladies. . . . SEE OUR WINDOW . . . CHOICE APPLES, TATOES A -Km SOTT.T.T f!TT AT 33 NORTH 8TH STREE' 9-7t Greene and Gayno110"3- Montreal, Dec. 12. friends of Greene and Gaynor panada, as well as the alleged elers thern selves are showing epe anxf ety rgarding the ore of "theii case before the Enarlrivy Coun cil. If the petitionthe United States to have the nxtradited is granted Donald Mtfters' chief counsel for tPenean Soy- ernment. will have ne and (,a-v nor taken in custodinS the de" nf t,a .m'he fugitives have' been lhins- ir11 in Canada vninoc05m jail three vpars nro Gflvnonues to spend monv lavishlv a3 considered a tt i ecially at the often seen. Gr.owuPies .ne of the most palatisldences 111 the city. :mcHh & pterfield CRASH IN WALL STREET Continued from first page.)t strictly confined to technical CQndi tions, the stock market being sim ply over-bought, prices unreasonably high and the speculative spirit reck less. Intrinsic conditions, it should be noted, are undisturbed and sound. This break is not likely to ha-e anr deterrent effect upon legitimae bu mess, xi ii cnevKs me ramp?i spjm it of speculation that wflsranfrTI developing it will prove aless in disguise. Our farmf will Hone the less prosperou1 beer stocks have broken seve po. our manufacturers will jiucead sell none the less, and te we no fall in wages or any51"6 j11 the number of hands ploy in consequence,. There e 3U' as many mouths to feed shelter, and the manctivit of our industrial and buess lif"11 go on about as usual. ew may be held in abejce espUy those which depencuP .rea public buying; but the msthe latest Wall street sKe-11? wiave little effect upon ineral wess. The situation is vay differefrom TioiiM rtf IQnJwhen oulhole fin q tiq 1 arA ;trial fabfwas weakened by the 4S of in industrials throw upon an ed market. It itrue, a ne issues hav recently outj and more ajto-followy are all of the ltter' grade, 4 :rel pTATE EALERS n sowed Uafier I Wh Holiday ISIiopers And 111 Kinds Winter Footwear ! We have an enormous stock from which to selest something for yourself or some friend. Useful gifts are always appreciated. Meff & Nusbau: Gor. 7th and Main 4 Before purchasingaj Christmai present tor your JWife, Mother or Sweetheart do not fail to call and Jinspectourbeautiful display of Singer Sewing? Machines. ' The Singer DQfg. Co. J Home Phone 1009. 500 Main Street. AsklFor Singer Almanao For 1006 C74 Z3: '! f. SEIVERT'S JEWELRY AUCTION SALE is being patronized by the most conservative Xmas shoppers, because they are getting better value for their money than they can gt elsewhere. WE ARE DAILY RECETVTNO new Christmas goods and are offering them to the public at auction. The people certainly appreciate buying good goods at their own price. "While on your shopping tour next week don't forget the auction sale at ' : !' g t . .'f 1" tf7': ;-! i tliia J;. L. SEIVERTS. litible - ; rtax- ' y to I , . t. M V S"5 u r 9 Si f tx 3 1 i