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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. FRIDAY; XUVEM BER 8, 1901.
Richmond Palladium FRIDAY. NOV. 8. 1901. Indiana and Onto Weather '.VASHl.lQTOJf, D. C. Nov. 8 For Indiana Partly cloudy tonight, fcli'btly warmer. . Obio Fair tonight and Saturday, warmer in the west. LOCAL MENTION. Dark glasses for the sun. Haner's spectacles correctly fitted at Haner s. Kernels of wheat the queen break fast food. oct9dtf Chicken patty dinner at the First M. E. church Friday evening. 7 2t mi a it? J . ine Aitison arug store so long on the corner of fifteenth and Main street has removed to 1576 Main street. Mrs. Earl P. Haynes arrived here from New York this afternoon to visit her mother. Mrs. J. M. Baylies, wno is ill. Mort Little, the new metropolitan member, was presented with a fine Smith k Wesson revolver by the Mill Works crowd yesterday. lne wayne uounty Medical socie ty had two new members added yes terdav, Dr. Brankamps of Rich mond and Dr. Land of Center ville. Jesse N. Morgan has opened a loan othee in rooms 4U end 41, Colonial Building, It is Mr. Morgan's inten tion to make loans of all kinds at a low rate of interest. dw Revival meetings will begin at Third M. E. church Sunday, Noy. 10th and continue each evening dur ing the week, beginning at 7. You are invited to attend. In police court this morning there were two drunks to tit out, S O. Adams and Arthur Teayus, and each was assessed a dollar and costs. Teagus has been back in town only a lay or two. A social will be given on Tuesday evening next at Friends' South possible by Mr. an .Those Objectionable Books. done that was M rs. Study. Rev. Elkanah Beard left vesterdav for Florida where, he will spend - the winter. mv Sun- Editor Richmond Palladium:: .day evening sermon t6 the fact that lour mihSifi' librarv is not free from ... . J: "iucJ " - ."'corruDt literature, tee etui or in nis fuov lirewinjr Co.. the jury found editorial evidently did not under ror the defendant. . .. stand the spirit of the discourse. DickMuore starts tomorrow morn- , There was no thought of attack upon ing for a two weeks' trip to Chat-, our public library, which is and tanooga and Nashville. jo ight to be the pride of every per- A marriage licence was issued to- soa ls- Richmond as a public institu day to Humphrey Mikesell and Inez ! tion. and as such it should be the Cordelia Hyde, Bethel. more jealously guarded against any The eonrt Vomnanv n wWfc ' class f literature that is corrupting Grace Porterfieid is a member was at or, dRrhn. m its influence. In Middletown, O., last night. 1 asklnK for and maintaining the right ito request the circulation of pure Suit was hied today of W. H. Staf- literature I certainly would not hold ford vs. Charles Lm berson. on note so narrow a view that onlv reliirious and account. Demand $97. Beginning on Sunday nigat next many of the churches will begin their services at 7 o'clock instead of 7:30 as during the summer. v Do not forget the lectures tonight by Ernest Thompson-Seton at the Gennett. There is nothing else like it in the world, and Mr. Seton is noted the world over for his powers of entertaining in subjects he knows more about than any one else. . In the flower show at Indianapolis yesterday E G. Hill & Co. of this city took the following prizes on chrysanthemums: Single stems, yel low, ten varieties, second.Cut chrys anthemums, Major Bonnaffon. first. Timothy Eaton, first, Mrs. Ferrin, Erst. At Odd Fellows' hall last evening a congenial crowd composed mainly of members of the Knights of Colum bus and their ladies had a dancintr party. This is the first of a series of dances to be given by them each two weeks all winter and augurs well for some yery successful dances. At the Country club next Monday evening there will be an extensive card party, larger than they have ever had. There have been over a hundred of the members who have already, signified their intention to take part and it is open to all club members. Refreshments will be served. . People will go to Florida from here Eighth Street by the local union of 'this winter more generally than ever. Christian Endeavorers. It is to be quite ah elaborate affair with a musi cal program. Each of the six churches in the union will have a booth and will serve refreshments. The many friends of Lon Scott of New Paris are much pleased at his success in being elected one of the commissioners of Preble county at the election this week. Mr. Scott was a resident of this city for several years, and had a queensware store in the Griffin building which he sold to Mr. Griffin. An EI wood dispatch says: Alfred Johnson, now residing at Richmond, is visiting relatives here this week. He is prominently known in Repub lican circles in the eastern part of the state, and was one 'of the eight Republicans who voted for Abraham Lincoln for President in 1864 at a polling place in Duck Creek township, north of this city. Remember the lecture by Ernest Thompson-Seton at the Gennett this evening. Do not fail to attend, even if you have to deny yourself some other amusement afterward. Other things are to be seen or beard at some other time; not to hear this will be not to hear it for a year at least. Mr. Seton's books are earnest of what may be expected in this lect ure. The new day coaches of the Penn syl7ania running on the through trains are attracting considerable at tention, being very handsome cars. They are full vestibuled, seventy feet long, seat sixty-eight passengers, have a smoking apartment and toilet rooms with all modern conveniences, and the interior finish is neat and pleasing. The coaches were built at the company's shops at Columbus, O. A telegram from Fort "Wayne this morning announces that Mrs. Dur ham died th re yesterday. Mrs. Dur ham was the wife of "Doctor" Dur ham, a patent medicine peddler, and worked as a domestic in the family of Prof. J. N. Study. Her husband de serted her some months ago and she has been despondent since and this week took morphine with suicidal in They have learned from others how cheaply it can be done. A party con sisting of Al Morrow and wife, Ed Morrow and wife and Mrs. Marry Horrow leaves about the first of De cember for Palm Beach,Florida.They rent cottages there as cheap or cheap en than they can here, living expen ses are lighter and they have the ad vantage of summer weather and the hunting, fishing and the sea life. Harry Morrow will remain here' and run the store, , The Rev. Dr. Lyons preached at the United Presbyterian church last evening ana tne cnurcn was tilled, many being in the audience who are not members' of the congregation. Mr. ivxns in addition to being a most eloquent pupit orator has been prominent in connection with educa tional institutions of the state and is thus known to many in this city. He is ex-president of the United Pres byterian college at Monmouth, 111., was pastor of the U. P. church at Bloomington for fifteen years and trustee for many years of Indiana University, located at that place. How a small amount climbs into a big one was illustrated by the con versation of two drummers at the show last night. They were talking between acts. One of them is al lowed a certain daily amount for ex penses, and what he can save off of that amount is his own. "I manage to save a dollar a day.' he said, ''the year round, and it is doing more for me than all else I am doing. It means $350 a year to me and that I put into property. In three years it meant a cottage which I had the money to buy at a sale, and which money I wouldn't have had otherwise." How a penny rolls up into money is shown by the penny in the slot machines. One of the drug stores has one which sells a few shelled peanuts for a penny. The owner said this morning that it bad averaged 73 pennies per day ever since he had cwned it, a matter of four months. That means picking up $06, more than a great many men ever have at one time, gathered together in pennies that I Dooics be kept. 1 here are many books which are neither orthodox nor religious yet not classed as corrupt literature. But that to which I refer is corrupt and immoral literature. I maintain my position that our publie library is not free fom this class of books. I I have now in my possession vol- , umes from the library that are the most vile, degrading and corrupt in their nature of any publications that come within the limit of law and are entirely outside the realm of de cency. This has been only an oversight and not an intentional departure from the right. It is not to be ex pected that the worthy committee having the matter in charge can read every book published and brought into circulation. As chairman of the Good Citizenship committee of the Ministerial Association T will furnish a list of these books to the proper aumorities. i ao not name them for publication in papers because in doing so I might thus influence some one to read the very book I most desire they should not see. Any adult who desires the titles of such books can inquire of me or at the Palladicm office. Francis M. Kempee. Zach Stanley Dead. The announcement of the death of Zacbariah J. Stanley will be found in the funeral announcements in this issue. Mr. Stanley was one of the wealthiest men in this part of the state and one of the largest land holders. He owned some 1,100 acres in one piece. He was wealthy in moneys also, and had lands in several other counties. He was born July 31, 1819, near the tract of ground on which his later years were spent and :vhere he died, and was thus one of our oldest pioneers. WWW OftB, W Richmond, Ind.. Nov. 8th. '01. The Starr Piano Co.. City Dear Sirs: Having recently purchased a Starr Piano, I take pleasure in offering a few unsolicited words of testimony to its excellence. During the past 2 months we have had our piano tested by able mu sicians whose judgment is unquestioned, and the invariable verdict is that, for purity and depth of tone, evenness of scale, splendid action, and general ex cellence, our Starr Piano has few equals. We believe that those desiring a musical instrument that will not only stand the test, but will be a "beauty and joy for ever," will make no mistake in purchas ing a Starr. Yours truly, ARTHUR A. BURR. tent. She died without recovering I tne average man aian t even stop to consciousness though everything was J get in change a few years ago. WONDERFUL Will Be the Bargains We Put On Sale Tomorrow, Saturday. Rummage Sale. The ladies of St. Paul's Episcopal church will hold a rummage sale in room 927 Main street, beginning on Tuesday, Nov. 12. Donations thank fully received at the room Monday. 4-8t Malaga grapes, at Prices. figs and oranges Corsets, the new straight pinks, St Blires, drab and white, 5c front in M Get pure, rich milk at 5 cents a the Quaker City Dairy. Raper Bros. Proprs. Til A. . . - , . . Ladies' hand knit ,lrr.la c,a-io rxinj oi nice iresn oysiers ai just received, Saturday, $r.5. I Pnces. Standard, Selects and counts Violent Attack of Croup Ladies fine embroidered handker chiefs, 50 patterns, worth 35c, Sat day, 25c. Just received another case of those heavy fleeced blankets, large size worth 75c, Saturday, 48c. Large all wool factory blankets worth $4.00, Saturday they goat L. M. Jones A Co. Blankets and Comforts. Tomorrow (Saturday) sale day at L. M. Jones & Co, 's. A Grand Exhibit. Backman's Glass Blowers, who will give exhibitions at Colonial building in this city, commencing on next Tuesday, give a wonderful exhi bition in the art of blowing, spin ning, engraving and weaving glass into beautiful ornaments. Among the many novelties they exhibit is a glass steam engine in full operation, also glass dresses, neckties, pin cushions, etc. The ad mission is only 10 cents and every visitor receives a souvenir. Cured. - "Last winter an infant child of mine had croup in a violent form," says Elder John W. Rogers, a Chris tian Evangelist, of Filley, Mo. "I gave her a few doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and in a short time all danger was past and the child re covered." This remedy not only cures croup, but when given as soon as the symptoms appear, will prevent the attack. It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. and W. H. Sudhoff. I Hot chocolate, beef tea and malted milk served at Prices. Hosiery and Underwear. Tomorrow is our great Special Un derwear and Hosiery Sale. See the bargains tomorrow. L. M Joxes & Co. You can get Prices elegant ice cream the year round. Prices fairy sticks made pure candies. - and pure fresh AUegretti chocolates at Prices. Prices delicious chocolate chips. Strength 1 Character and Dignity are combined in the impression which our clothes conVeT1 T ro tne eye, ana tne wearer always hnds the hrst impress.. a sion to be correct .... Our new full back Overcoat, 48 to 50 inches long, witn or without the yoke, in the new shades of brown, oliv green and gray, are the swellest coats in the market - - - &8.00 to C20 00 Black or blue Kerseys, Oxford Grays, and all the new snaaes in medium length coats $4 to SI 6.50. LOEHR & KLUTE 725 MAIN ST. Lahrmmamio Did you get some some, of the pudding? If not, why not ? That lot of ladies' hand-sewed vici kid patent tip or kid tip shoes, worth $3.00, we are sell ing at $1 98 are going like hot cakes. Come, look th?m over. You need not buy unless they suit you. Men s French Patent Leathers. M. A. Packard's make, made to retail at $5.00. Our price while they last $3.98. They are strictly up to date and a rery swell shoe. Gentlemen, have you seen the HOOGHE BOOTEE for men? Warm lined ; look like a shoe, but are boots just the same. Fred C. Lahrmani, 718 MAIX STREET. WEI PICTURES On Display. SUN BONNET, BABIES From 15 Cents Up. MOORMAN'S, 520 Main St. njENNETT Theatre. MURRAY A SWISHER. ! Lea.see and M.aara. SATURDAY. NOV. 9th. 'Society event of the season." Herald. ' WM. MORRIS mm4 JOHN T. HALL Have tha haner ta praaant a Canaaay af Artiat. In H. V. Eamaad'a graat play, When We Were Twenty-one Now running at the Comedy Theatre. London, England. GREATEST COMEDY OF THE CEXiritV. PRICES Lower floor, 50c, 75c and $1 ; Balcony 60 and 75c ; Gallery 25c. Sale of seats opens at Westcott Pharmacy Thursday, Nov. 7. A SUCCESSFUL W1M OPENIINOo AY KI?J(D)LlLlErjSEK(3al'S STOKE. Mfl. BU R KHAR DT has consented to stay atour store tomorrow, Saturday, in order to prive those who ware unable to see his line an opportunity. Hundreds of ladies have availed themselves of the Fine Fur Demonstration conducted by Air. A; E. BLTRKHARDT, the old reliable and expert furrier, 'who bears a world-wide reputation for his .knowledge of furs, ,as he visits the fashion centers of Europe annually, and is therefore inconstant touch with the fur market of the world. Any orders entrusted to him will receive his special attention and personal guarantee. MR. BURKHARDT represents J. T. Shayne & Co. Come in tomorrow and make your selection or let us book you for an order.- Prepared to take accurate measurements and fit guaranteed by his only system. Remodeling, alterations and repairs. Estimates cheerfully furnished. ; Inis is without doubt the finest fur opening that ever took place in Richmond. Remember, tomorrow, Saturday, is the LAST DAY. Give us a call before it is too late. Embrace the opportunity while you can. . . - o