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SATURDAY. OCT. 19901. ?Hibd MJ evening Sunday ecJtei) b THE PALLADIUM CO. i4 mv f hn No.21. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION On year by mail, tag paid - S3.00 On moMh " " " .28 On week, by eaprler .... - .06 Perry Heath has aaio. embarked in the newspaper business, having secured control of the Salt Lake Tribune, of which he is to be pub lisher and active manager. , The Tribune is a Republican paper. It is authoritatively announced that Captain Milton Garrigus of Kokcmoaid Miss Marie Thomas will be married next Wednesday at the home of the bride's guardian in Henry county. Captain Garrigus is 70 years old and his bride-to-be is 17. Dr. Geo. W. Burke, clerk of Henry eounty, died at New Castle yester day morning. He was an assistant surgeon of a Pennsylvania regiment in the civil war. He came to this Hate in 18t7 and settled in New Cas tle. He was a member of the Henry County Medical society, the Grand Army and the American Medical society. He was also physician for the Panhandle and L. E. & W. rail roads. The funeral will occur at New Castle tomorrow. Icdiana's for-surely poet laureate, James B. Elmore of Alamo, has just published a volume of rhymes that is destined to create a sensation in the literary world. The reading of any one of the poems contained in the volume will convince the most in credulous of this. A poem entitled "The "Well's Tragedy" is a fair sam ple of the lot. It tells in flowing erse how a cruel father pushed his little boys into an .old well. The boys were at work in the field pick ing strawberries, and, according t the poet of Alamo, Work to them was uau.ht but play, 'I ney did tt itn wilt : Atlroniy they wurkcti away Lbeir vessels lor Co till. It seems, however, that the cruel parent was not satisfied with the work, and the result is thus poetic ally told: The father came the work to inspect. But ne'er tried to assist ; Bi mind was crazed and did reflect la the way of a pessimist. Tr.e father lured them on the way By scenes of a wayside well. W here a woodchuck burrow d in the clay, hich served as tbeir parting knell. While looking in the quaint old well 1 he father pushed irtem in. Oh such a sight ! Oh who can tell Of such a crime and sin ! The Kansas Friends seem to be disposed to cling to the old ideas that prevailed in the society when it was rtquired twelve times a year to answer the query whether Friends observe moderation on all occasions. At the late Kansas yearly meeting i , , . . , u Ih following action was taen with ; regard to football and other gauies: : "The attention of this meeting hes been called to tie subject of football and other match games in the reports from one of the quarterly meetings. Tee meeting does not wish to place diys River, Cape Colony, conducts a any oostucl s to the way c f ahealthy, j ..tore typical of South Africa, at jyhvs'.c1! . s ell as a healthy mental j which cau be purchased anything ani -p-rituui irrowth of the students from the proverbial "need of an an at our cejideinies a ad the university, jcbor. " This store is situated , in a but we do frel that there is a great '. val.ey nine miles from the nearest tendency at these times to allow phy- j railway station and about twenty sical sports such a prominence as to fiv miles from the nearest town. JJr injure the other and more important j Larson says: "I am favored, with parts of the work of educational in-it he custom of farmers within a radius itut:ons. j of thirty miles, to many of whom I "We would affectionately counsel j have supplied Chamberlain's rem aoth the a ithorities in control of our ' edies. All testify to their value in a Institutions and the students them selves to tfuard zealously against this tendency, remembering with Paul, "all things are lawful for me. but all things are not expedient, all things are lawful for me but all things edify not," "Ve would especially caution our friends against allowing the games of toot-ball to be so plaved as to devel op a spirit of brutality or antagon ism and against taking part either as players or spectators in gamas here gambling is cot forbidden. " c , t has been driven away by AUecs IneoynOu. Luce Balsam. Only peop'.e who All those who were at the Lutheran ! hare" been cared of throat-ache' atd Svnod returned this m orttoir. The ! iuas by this remeay can quite SVnod and Women's Missionary con- rea ize whit the feeanjr is Tnere is vent ion. which meet jointly, will ; no opium in the Bi.saar, its rxi e. meet at the First English Lutheran . feet is radica. and lasting. iaie a ehurch in this city next year, on th j bott.e hon:e toy. 'ad week in October. The delegates j It these meetings number aoout Tho rt,?wr for the next rear were all elected yesterday. Sone werej from this city, or are known here j personally, except the Rev. J. W. Kapp, who was elected a delegate to the anti-saloon league, which meets at the narj- city of Washington in Jan- I AMUSEMENTS. J KATTF EMMETT TON'fUHT. Katie Emmett who used to be the j favorite of all child actresses ever ; coming here, is at the Gennett this j evening with an excellent company j -n the "Waifs of New York." The play has been here several times, and ', is one of the sort that never seems to j A-ear out in public favor. It always i draws well here and this season is j said to have better claims to patron- age than ever. The company is j stronger, there are many new situa- j tions and thruliDg . adventures por trayed, and the special scenery is tine and ingenious in its arrange ment and working. Miss Emmett has improved much in the past year also. This will be as good a medium priced attraction as will be at the Gennett this winter. lewis Morrison's "facst". Lewis Morrison's new spectacular version of "Faiist" will appear at the Gennett theater Tuesday, Octo ber 22. The entire production is costly and elaborate. The cast will be augmented 'by vocolists who will render some newly written choral music as an accompaniment to the new first scene of the play. Arm qruster of Columbus and L. W. Sea vey of New York have provided a gause and cloud effect, which painted on 17 separate scenes is gradually dispersed, and to this is added a skillful arrangement of electrical ef fects which merge into one pure white ray,restingon the final picture which represents the archangel sur rounded by his host listening to Sa tan's plea with an allegorical repre sentation of Paradise beyond. The scene lasts about eight minutes) and is merely a prelude to Mephisto's ap pearance on earth. Special prices 25-35 50c. CASBEL BYRON. A new piece and a new actor for Richmond will be at the Gennett Thursday evening and is a Doveltyin that it introduces some good boxing in a way to make it presentable before 'adies. The story of the play is that Cashel Byron, the principal charac ter, is the son of a noble father and an actress. The father is dying, the mother is compelled to return to the stage, placing the boy in a boarding school. He is slighted by his school mates and runs away, going to Aus tralia as a stowaway. Here being thrown on his resources he becomes a pugilist and the first act shows him training for his fight for the cham pionship of England. Then a love interest begins, and another figlit on his part begins against the ban so ciety places on his profession. The story would not be a story, of course, if he did not win in this and also the woman he loves. Harrison Wolfe and a special company will be seen here in the play. - ? THEIR PETS. An odd thing about show people is their liking for pets It is supposed by the general public that their man ner of life gradually weans them away from such things, but it don't. Nearly every company has some sort of an animal pet that is carried along in the baggage. Sometimes it is a cat, sometimes a dog. Four com panies here last season had little pigs. Tim Murphy had one. The Foxy Grandpa company had two rabbits. These pets generally belong to some member of the company, but are claimed bv all of them and pro tected bv atl of them. If you want vour pedigree properly read by any of them from the leading lady to the f pe, au you nave to ao is o nurr t at pet in some way. r Typical! South Store. African O. R. Larson, of Bay ilia, Sun- Larson, of Bay household where a doctor's advice is almost out of the question. Within one mile of my store the population is perhaps sixty. Of these, within the past twelve months, no less than fourteen have been absolutely cured by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This must surelv be a record." For sa'e by W. H. Sudhoff and A. G. Luken & Co., druggists. Welcome as Sunshine After a long storm i3 a feeling' of re lief when an obstinate, pitiless cold J! DR. FENNER'S Blood & Liver ROTEDY A5X NERVE TONIC. R1C1I3IOND DAILY PAIXAPIUM. BUSINESS SITUATION. b A Co.'m Aguli Find It la ! Maar tine. At Portland. Me., wearing apparel moves frevly. exceeding other seasons. lion-y is easy and collections good. At New Haven hatiualiing continues later than usual, all recent years' trade be ing exceeded. At t.unaio coai. -in ; and lumber are nriu auu in j: ae mnmL while the shoe busin - sur passes all records. At I'ittsb.g stttl j mills are three months behind crK:s. and the years ore shipments from ; I.ake Superior district will proUihly make a new record of 2'Mn-u-) tuns, j t Boston weather is unfavorable for ; retail trade, but manufacturers are busy both as to textiles and footwear. At Philadelphia machinery is active, builders supplies move freely and shoe and fur houses are busy on winter goods. At Nashville trade Is better than at any time since last spring, cool weath er stimulating sales, and collections Improve, though stifl slow. At Mem phis jobbing Is brisk, retail Improves, and payments are better, though still late because of slow cotton movement. At Atlanta good weather helps cotton, and collections improve. At Little Rock trade gains, though money Is needed to handle cotton, which is also retard ed by scarcity of cars. At New Or leans conditions continue favorable. At Cleveland trade Is very good, es pecially In lines of Iron and steel. At j Cincinnati machinery lines, building j trades and wearing apparel all enjoy j exceptional activity, and much local ' capital Is being Invested In snbnrba electric lines. At Baltimore trade is brisk, especially in dry goods; shirt factories are rushed, but tobacco and groceries quiet. At St. Louis the an nual fair stimulates trade, factories are busy, and makers of structural steel have orders far ahead. At Chi cago new buildings for the year exceed 11MH) by 15o per cent, and building ma terials are in splendid demand. Money Is steady, with no prospect of change In conditions. At Milwaukee trade is brisk, manu facturers behind orders, lalor well em ployed and collections good. At Minne apolis shoe factories employ a night force, flour mills have reached the highest output of tbe year, and tbe sit uation is generally satisfactory. At St. Paul full forces are employed, and sales in some lines surpass this season in any other year, with collections sat isfactory. At Ienver groceries sell free ly, and lumber is in good demand, but tobacco dull, and collections show no Improvement. At Portland. Or., the car shortage restricts grain movement, but the entire wool clip has been sold, and lumber and live stock are In good condition. MYSTERY IN THEFT. La rate Rills. Sr.JOO. Taken From I'tirknice or 7.70. It lias J.:st hocouie known. say the j New York Herald, that a month agQ the sum of $3,200, a part of a ship ment of $7,700 in bills made by the col lector of the port of Buffalo, was sto len, presumably while on its way to the United States subtreasury In New York. Secret service agents are fol lowing all clews, but so far no arrests have been made. The money was taken so skillfully that the package was reported as reaching the subtreasury apparently undisturbed. Tbe seal looked as though it had not been broken or tampered with In any way. The missing money consisted of tifty and one hundred dol lar bills, and the $2,500 not taken was made tip of bank notes varying from 1 to f 10 each. The package was ship ped by The United States Express com pany. Owing to tbe many small bill? it contained, the bulk was not lessened enough to excite suspicion. Conrad N. Jordan, assistant treasur er, said that the matter had been kept secret because he considered it judi cious to say nothing about the loss un til an investigation had been made. When the package of money was re ceived here, the cashier found that It was short. Collector Brendel of Buffa lo was notified, and the agent of the express company was asked to give an explanation. The government officials and the officers of-the express company were unable to explain the discrepan cy. The matter was placed In the hands of the secret service department. Mr. Jordan says that the subtreasury is not responsible for the loss. He thinks that the theft must have been committed while the money was In transit' Two packages were sent from Buffalo at the same time. One pack age contained $500 In, gold and silver coin. It waa received intact. The oth er contained tbe $7,700.' No Information waa given concerning the matter at the office of the express company. The agent said that he did not know anything about the shipment and that no loss of money bad been reported to him. t'niqae Egyptian Relle. The facsimile of a curved bar of gold found by Professor Petrie at the royal tombs of Abydos. Inscribed with the name of AUa. Identified -as another name for Meiia. the first dynastic kin? i of Eyft. has been received by the; Uev. Lr. William Copley Winslow of ; Iiostoa. chief official of the Ecyptfau exploration fund for the United States, and placed by hiui for the society in the Museum of Fine Arts In Bostoa. where it is mounted open black taar- : tie. through tbe director. General Lor ing. it is caifjue. and the purpose of it is entirely unguessed as yet. Near i the top Is a hole (was the bar an orr.a-' raent?). at the lower end Is a close j cross hatching, and the same is on the I under side near the upper end. The hieroglyphic work of about 4750 B. C. ' is ouite clear to the naked eye. The! j weight of the bar Is 215 era las. and ft j ' is about Eve inches long. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 19. Q ENNETT Theatre. .MURRAY & SWISHER. Uutet and Managers. THl'RSD v p A OCTOBER. T1IK STERLIXU AITOU MR. HARRISON J. WOLFE THE NEW YORK U)ME1Y SVtl'ES i v Cashel Byron, Gentleman." Endorsed by the entire press. PRICES 25c, 60c and 75c. Sale of seats opens at Westcott Phar macy Tuesday morning, October 2-. G ENNETT THEATRE M I" It KAY 4t siAVI-ilIEK LESSEES AMI MAN Al Eli SATURDAY. OCT. 19th MERRY KATIE EMMETT Sl PrOKTEI) BY AX AX EXt'K I. EE XT CAST, IX IIEIt i 1JE ATE"T l CESS, THE XEW WAIFS OF NEW YORK Direction ef Rayman A Marks. Special Prices: 25c 35c 50c S de of seats opens at the Westcott Phar niacy Thursday, Oct. 17th. F , OR AGE an want aava whila you may, "No aorning ana laats a whole day," sai4 Benjamin Franklin. Think of the pea pla who ooald hava kept themselveo from want if thay had saved whan they might. We pay 3 par cent, an Sav ings Deposits. ITS NOT A MATTER OF FRIENDSHIP when we loan money on surprisingly easy terms. It is a matter of business. Hut our clients' all become warm friends as a result of our equitable business methods. We find it profitable to do what most people's creditors could do but won't do. We mke terms easy and thoroughly in keeping with a client's resources We loan money ort all kinds of house hold goods ard store ' and office fixtures without removal. - We loin on watches, diamonds, musi cal instruments, etc., when left as security We loan on persoua.! notes without en dorsers or security whatever when the borrower bolds a good, permanent posi tion - All transactions are kept stiictly confi dential. And the interest t is low. RICHMOND LOAN CO (Eat-bilabel I8) Boom 9. Colonial Bnilding Southeast Ccr. Main acd 7th Sts. Home Photje 4." 'Wa's; 'fib ""y- 1901. Nw that tbe fall seaou i eou iug it will he ueosary to ri-1 th honse of som- of it- old, worn out furniture ;ini replac ing them with u-w, up-to-date furniture. YOU XKEI) A DESK? O'd letters and bills all the house no t laee to put the riut dc&k oiily a see our Dainty, Dining Designs SVe hav theui in profusion. Gilbert T. Dunham, The Leading Furniture Dealer. 67 and 620 Main Street. 2ICEL.. HYDRO CARBON CAS HEATER This heater is adapted to either natural gas or man ufactured fas, and really the only economical heater yet offered Carefullv coudurtei tfts have demonstrated that "vith gas at $1 CJ per thou -and. irs opertii g expense does not exceed one -ent per hour. It is handsomely tiuished iu fire proof aluminum broLze :::::::: Peter Johnson GEC3PJETTTWEATKE MUItlt.VY SWiIIKK, LKSSEKS AM) M.YVAGKH'. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22. Farewell Engagement of the Great LEWIS M OR R IS 0 N ' S . CUMlI.EiG PltODl'CTlON OF ALL NEW THIS SEASON New Prologue. Brocken Scene, Electrical Effscts, Scenery. Special Balcony 50 and 35c; Gallery 25c Sale o XL R. B. Cochrane, D. D. S There Is No Excuse For your having bad, ugly teeth to mar your beauty and ruin your health. If vou are timid you need have no fear, for we are prepared to do per fectly painless dentistry, aud if your means are limited, here is the place to come, for our prices are more than reasonable for the kind of work we do. This is the way all my patients talk : "Dr. Cochrane extracted nine teeth for me entirely w.tfctKit pain, and I ft-rei no ba i after result. MR. N. H. K.INLLY, an Nvrth i-to St., City. Compare these prices with ' what you formerly paid: Good Set f Teeth on rubber - $5 OO 18K Go'd Crown - - 4.00 22K Gold Grown - - B.OO Gold Fillings - - S1.00U Silver Fillings - BOe and up Teeth Extracted, SSe ard - .60 js.eroeiiiut:i , oi. u . I will forfeit $i for -v toctb lean; not extract witaour pain. R. B. Cochrane, D.D.S Rcu.r trauoytptJ ii Kecitere'l Inti-t. Rooms 19 and 19, Colonial B- ildisg. Ee sure yon set the "igiit rooms. The nenbers are on the door. v n't 'Si p'r. mpa-t -77, Stove Store. This engagement only. Entre lower floor ...... 50c seats Westcott Pharmacy, Oct. 19. "Lucky Curve Fountain Pen . . . Thev Always ; Write Right Try a Parker Lucky Curve when you call for stationery. School Suoplies IJ wofid ris&O. Phone 70. 72VlIaia St. JOnn 1". UaVenpOrt Auctioneer Terms Reasonable.' SEE ME. RESirECE 5i S. I2TH SHWPHOSEim. niCHHOAD K- 'if1.