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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1904.
Neck Furs if 11 IWf. Ik 'I r r s a II Prices Furnished by Mather Bros. Co. Anthracite, a'l sizes . . Pocahontas Lump . . . Jackson Lump, forked . Winifrede Lump, forked Pittsburg Lump .... Hocking Lump Indiana Lump Nut and Slack DELIVERED 25c extra when carried A SAVINGS ACCOUNT FOE XMAS A SAVINGS DEPOSIT PASSBOOK with a deposit of a suitable amount will be a most appropri ate and valuable Christmas gift. One dollar will start an account; we will put the passbooks in neat envolopes with your card and mail them to reach your friends on Christmas morning. The interest you know will make Christmas all the time. WHY NOT TRY IT? DICKINSON TRUST CO- OPEN TUESDAY EVENINGS. When you want 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. WANTED. WANTED Washing and ironing at 309 south fifth street. Home Laun dry. 1314t. WANTED A good girl to do gener al housework at 1804 N. F. St. 18-3t WANTED- Five copies of December number of Everybody's Magazine. Depot News Stand. 18-7t WANTED Good girl at 13ZU nortn U street, jurs. j. voous. r WANTED Two gentlemen roomers, front room down stairs, board if desired. 200 Richmond Avenue. FOR SALE. FOR SALE A good Indianapolis business ollere scholarship. Call at Palladium. tf FOR SALE 100 acres of creek bot tom lnd. For information, call at 215 N. ISth St., City. FOR SALE Want ads one-half a cent a word. tf FOR SALE A life scholarship in Johnson's Practical School of Tel egraphy and Railroading. Any yoxmg man contemplating practical railroading or telegraphy, will do 'nrell to buy this scholarship, which ee will sell reasonable." tf Were Never so Pretty Nor were they ever in greater demand for Xmas presents 600 pieces lo select from, consisting of Fox, Mink, Squirrel and blended furs of ali kinds, from 50c to $40.00 Extra Special We carry the celebrated Ni agara Cut Glass, uoue better made, all perfect, no seconds. 20 per cent, discount on each and every piece. Displayed in show case at door. A Few More Money Savers 10c Fleeced Outings. 5c ; 12c Light and Dark Out ings 8c off on our entire stock of Lace Collars a beautiful line for selection. Don't miss seeing us for Handkerchiefs. Our line is complete, from a penny to i each. Handkerchief booth in west aisle. s Per Ton . $7.50 4.75 . 5.00 . 4.25 . 4.25 4.00 155 O 3.50 BY TEAM in. FOR SALE Goldfish, canaries and Parrotts, G27 Main street. 14-3t. FOR SALE For mill wood call phone 1615. $1.25 load. 17-2t FOR SALE Birds, Parrotts, Cana ries and gold fish, etc., for a lim ited time, 627" Main street. 18-3t WANTED Soliciting and collecting in city and suburbs by reliable par ty. Phone 823. 18-3t FOB RENT. FOR RENT House 5 rooms, electric lights and natural gas, hard and soft water, 29 N. 19th st. Home phone 742. eod-tf FOR RENT S room house, 402 N. 19th. Phone 497. IStf LOST OR STRAYED. LOST Scotch collie pup dog, name Bruno, black and white with white around neck, all feet white, white down front of face. Had on black collar, trimmed with brass and with blue glass settings, and a small lock. Reward paid if return ed to ISIS Main street. Phone 417. 1S-2: LOST A brown girdle belt in South Eighth street, between Main and J streets. Return to 1616 East Main street. Reward. LOST A pair of nose glasses, be tween 18th and Sth. Return to . 405N. ISth. k n LOCAL BREVITIES. Underwear at Fletcher's. 45 45 tf Sweet Cider at Hadley Bros. tf Choice Statuary at Nicholson's. 2t 3f -5f Christmas trees at Eggemeyer's. 3 Drs. Pierce and Chenoweth, Den tists, Colonial Bldg., corner seventh and Main, third floor. Phone 1637. 4-eod-Imo. 3 Humpe's open evenings till Xmas. j 4r sf Safety Razors and mugs. Jones Hardware Co. 16-3t Sf, n. 4 4 4 ! A new line of Stay and Kokobola Toilet Articles and Perfumes at Ad ams Drug Store. 17tf. -X- Christmas trees at Eggemeyer's. Children's caps at 2oc each, Shar key's millinery store, 7 South Sev enth street. If 4f 44- r Xmas slipper at Humpe's. tf -Jfr For a nice photo- call on Hirsch burg & Bundy at their studio. 14-5t. Gold spectacles, Jenkins'. 13-10 Xmas shopping made easy at Jones Hardware Co. 16-3t x- Christmas trees at Eggemeyer's. 3fc Puritan Pure Food, Cocoa and Chocolate, the best on the market, for Christmas candies, etc., on sale at Meyer Bros. tf 3fr -K- Nicholson's for pocketbooks. 2t : -X- Dr. Park for high class dentistry, 8 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant. Xmas shoes at Humpe's. tf -A- -A" -SV1 Christmas trees at Eggemeyer's. Take the Dayton & Western cars o the New Cedar Springs Hotel, now open. tf 4fr Chafing and baking dishes. Jones Hardware Co. 16-3t Elegant Leather Goods at Nichol- . -1 C i sons. xt-i -K X Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals $3 "to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbon for all machines. Burr, W. U. Tel. office. Phone 26. 5S" 3 9 Try a want ad. Phone 21. Christmas trees at Eggemeyer's. K- Xmas rubber boots at Humpe's. Fur robes and coats for drivers. Jones Hardware Co. 16-3t -X- Nicholson's Fountain Pens, war ranted. 17-2t -X- Don't do without polo news. If the boy happens to miss you please phone 21, and we will appreciate it. X- Do you want a good little farm Mistletoe at Eggemeyer's. -X- -X- with many advantages. Call on J. E. Moore, over 6 north seventh St. 20-tf. Bennett Homemade Bread and nice Potato Chips at Hadley Bros. tf. -x- Fancy and Alarm Clocks. Jones Hardware Co. 16-3t Gold eye glasses, Jenkins. 13-10 Carriage warmers and foot warmers Jones Hardware Co. 16-3t X- Queen Quality shoes at Humpe's. Holly wreathes at Eggemeyer's. .V- Ji. . . 4 Dainty Xmas articles at The Art Goods Store, 10 S. 11th St. Open every evening until Christmas. 17-2 " Ingersoll watches $1. Jones Hard ware Co. 16-3t Hirsehbtirg and Bundy are making a special line of Christmas photos. Give them a call. 14-5t. v 5 Boys' tool boxes all prices. Jones Hardware Co. 16-3t H- vr -rr When in Doubt get a book at Nich olson's. 17-2t. Sterling spoons and forks. Jones Hardware Co. 16-3t X- -X- -X- See Humpe's window for presents. Festooning at Eggemeyer's. -X- -X- Get your pictures framed and Christmas trees at Brown-Darnell Co. Phone 5361022 Main. 18-2t x- -x- The swellest thing in the city Meitzler's Cigar Store. tf . -X- -X- -X- Gold eye glasses, Jenkins. 13-10 X- -x- Carriage robes and horse blankets. Jones Hardware Co. 16-3t vr v.- vr Beautiful gold eye glass chains, Jenkins. 13-10 X- -X- -X- Open every evening till Xmas. Jones Hardware Co. 16-3t Beautiful gold eye glass chains, Jenkins. 13-10 w -ar vr Hollo y at Etnremever's. Wait for the opening of the new cigar store, 712 Main. tf w vr -,v re Gold spectacles, Jenkins'. 13-10 -X- Xmrs lectins at Humpy's, " tf ! Children's at Nicholson's.- 17-2t X- Meitzler's Cigar Store will open about December 20, 712 Main. tf -X- -X- See the new Chicago Natural Gas and Air Light. Just as bright as day. Brown-Darnell Co., 1022 Main St. Phone 436. ' lS-2t x- -x- -x- A very fine and reliable stock of Silverware, Carving Sets, Razors, Skates, Pocket Cutlery, etc., for Christmas, at very reasonable prices, at Irvin Reed's Hardware Store, cor ner Seventh and Main streets. 16-9 vr X X" Needle Pine at Eggemeyer's. -X- -x- Have your picture taken by Hirsch burg and Bundy. Their work is the best in the city. 14-5t A V. V. Go to Nicholson for your Holiday Goods. You Avill find them there. 2t EDWARD ROSER HAS PUR CHASED A SPLENDID YOUNG ELK FROM THE GLEN AND WILL SERVE IT FOR LUNCH AT HIS PLACE OF BUSINESS ON CHRISTMAS EVE. ED INTENDS HAVING AN ELEGANT SPREAD ON THAT OCCASION. CITY ENGINEER ON THE STAND Continued from first page.) notony of the proceedings. Miss Ann Mullen, a neighbor of the Gillespies, who was one of the early arrivals at the Gillespie home, did not give the same testimony that she did on the former trial. Mr. McMullen asked her: "Are you keeping company "with Earl Seward?" Seward is the son of Belle Seward, and nephew of James Gillespie. Hefore the young lady, who is quite pretty, had a chance to reply, and was hiding her confusion, Captain Coles jumped to his foet and obi'vied to the question, not only as irrelevant, but as a piece of impudence. Senator Kittinger in sisted that it was competent to show the interest of Miss Mullen in the case. The court ordered her tt ans wer, and she said : "Not regularly." "How long has he been going with you irregularly then?" put in Mr. McMullen. "About five or six years." Thel ast witness of the day was George Keeney, civil engineer, who introduced plats and diagrams of the Gillespie house, surroundings and the room in which the young woman was killed. He demonstrated the dis tances and the range and area of the scattered shot. Mr. Keeney was still on direct examination when court ad journed. Judge Cornet received word today that the funeral of his brother-in-law, Eward Oerl, of Clev eland, will not take place until Mon day afternoon and he will therefore not be able to attend. FINE WORK "The Instrument Tuned" by a For mer Richmond Lady. This title is applied to the new book on psycho-physical culture, by Rosa Birch Hitt, a former resident' of Richmond. The book is charming in its outward form, and within its covers is contained a most lucid, prac tical, a beautiful delineated method of establishing a highd egree of men tal and physical control. One is im pressed with its originality and the Christmas House Coats Silk Suspenders White Vests Silk Umbrellas Gloves Hats Boys' Suits and Men's Suits and Overcoats All of which can be found in endless varieties, and all the latest styles at the r.lOO EL CLOTHING CO 709-711 Main Street. siusra-iEiR, mm reader's attention is held from the first to the last page. The lust chapter "The Power of Being Quiet," carries a man through moments of embaiTassment and ac cords with another work "The Sim ple Life" which also promises to help create a revolution in our stren uous existence, and The Instrument Tuned will add much to the decided impulse that is observable toward restfulness and tranquility. It is a beautiful and helpful gift book. Published by Broadway Pub. Co., S35 Broadway, N. Y. Attractive Binding, Price 75 cents. Limited Edition in White and Gold, $1.00. The author of this book is the daughter of Bev. AV. S. Birch, D. D., well known in religious and literary circles throughout Indiana and ad joining States. She attended North western University, Evanston, III., a member of the class (ex.) 1887. Bosa Birch Ilitt is the wofe of Isaac 1. Hitt, Jr., of Washington, I). C. formerly of Evanston, Cook Co., Illinois. BERT ENGELBERT Still Handling Christmas Goods at Indian Village. The cigar store of H. II. Engle-1 bert in North Eighth street is aglow with smokers' supplies for the, Christmas trade. Bert has an espe-1 cially fine display of cigars done up ! for presents small boxes tastily ; decorated and larger ones if you want them. Then there is a complete line of pipes, pouches and smokers' articles of every description. What! is nicer for a Christmas present lhan a Meerschaum pipe, a box of cigars T One thing about Englebert's cigar store that is commendable, is the fact that every article purchased can be vouched for. There is no place in the city where a buyer will get more for his money and at a price consis tent with good quality. Visit the "Indian Village" and buy Christ mas goods. Bert is still in North Eighth street. Mince Meat Stuff. A full supply of mince, new rais ins, currants, citron, lemon and or ange peele, etc. tf HADLEY BROS... HANDKERCHIEFS! HANDKERCHIEFS! ALL LINEN, FINE EMBROIDER ED, CAN NOT BE DUPLICATED ELSEWHERE FOR ANYWHERE NEAR THE PRICE, 25c EACH 250 DOZEN AT THIS PRICE TO SELECT FROM. KNOLLEN BERG'S STORE. . Suggestions Neckwear Mufflers Fanoy Vests Shirts Suit Cases Caps Overcoats Before purchasing a Christmas present for your Wife, Mother or Sweetheart do not fail to call and inspect our beautiful display of Singer Sewing Machines. The Sincjet CQfg. Co. Home Thone 1000. 600 Main Street. Ask ForSinger Almanac For 1805 ATTRACTIVE PLAGE Is the Moorman Book Store in West Main Street. Among the many handsomely trim med stores for the holidays none show to better advantage than the Moorman book store. Everything in the room was rearranged for the hol iday business and in a very artistic manner. The stock is so well dis played that one can see at a glance what is wanted. The colored stream ers interwoven about the building with artistic effect, lends a charm to the scene. ALL LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, FINE QUALITY, HAND DRAWN WORK IN FOUR CORNERS.OOOD SIZE. WE HAVE THE EXCLU SIVE SALE OF THESE AT 15c EACH. THE GEORGE H. KNOL LENBERG CO. THEY ALL GO. TO PARSON'S, THE LEADING PHOTOGRAPHER, FOR THEIR XMAS PHOTOS TO GIVE AS A REMEMBRANCE. STUDIO 704 MAIN STREET. tf FOR SALE CHEAP A Restaurant That is Making. Money CAUSE FOR SELLING, ILL HEALTH. If you want a splendid Business, Don't Hesitat Inquire at the Palladium office. tf SHINING PARLOR JII.I ELLEIIIS 71a Main Street Bring in your shoes 3 shines for 25 cts. : McNeill & Pbrterfield REAL ESTATE dealers: