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RICHMOND LOAN CO.
ROOM 8, COLONIAL BUILDING. LOANS Do you need money? If you do, you can get it today by call- MONEY LOANS ing on us. We make loans on furniture, piiraos, fixtures, MONEY LOANS teams, warehouse receipts, or any other personal property of MONEY LOANS value. You can keep the goods in your possession, and thus MONEY LOANS have the use of both the goods and the money. MONEY LOANS We make loans to salaried peoole who are permanently em- MONEY LOANS ployed by reliable firms on their own personal note without MONEY LOANS security. MONEY LOANS We make loans on diamonds, watches, and other articles of MONEY LOANS value left in pledge. MONEY LOANS You can get any amount from J3.00 to f 100. MONEY LOANS You can have from one to twelve months' time. MONEY LOANS You will be treated courteously. MONEY LOANS You will receive honorable dealings. MONEY LOANS Your business will be strictly confidential. MONEY LOANS Your payments will 1 so small that you will not feel them. MONEY LOANS Call on us when in need of money. MONEY RICHMOND LOAN CO., ESTABLISHED 1805. Room 8, Colonial Building. S. E. Cor. Main and 7th Sts. Home Phone 445. Central Livery Stable. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. COACH SERVICE OUR SPECIALTY. Prices sn Coaches for Weddings and Parties madeon application. Prices on Coaches for Funerals, $3.00 to any city cemetery. Price on Pall-bearer Coach, $1.00 to any city cemetery. We solicit a share of your patronage. Both Phones nolT Vl Gaar & Shurley 12 EVERYBODY GUESS - - Anyone guessing nearest the number of seeds in the pumpkin in our window will receive free the elegant ntw HERMETIC FAVORITE STOVE. Each purchaser of any article in our store is entitled to a guess, and another for each 25c purchase additional. Peter Johnson Drrve Vour Send them here preserve iuu. forUundering. ClotnCS Our method are the same as those in the home laundry, but with skilled help and greater facili ties we reach results which are unattain able elsewhere. The proprietor of Richmond Steam Laundry solicits yoor work, con fident in his abil ity to give perfect satisfaction. Carpet cleaning also done here. Good friends, don't you think it's about time you gave ns a call? We hare ererything in harness and harness furnish ings, and you will always una our gooas the best and out prices the lowest for We are selling a first the best good. class horse blanket at 7ac to $B.$04 THE WIGGINS CO. Mew PImm 768- SO MAIN ST I - mam mimm I T11 T t" it 11 11 1 in" i and 14 X. 8th St. Stove Store. A BARGAIN In Main St. Business Property In Choice Location Come Quick and Learn Particulars. W. H. Bradbury & Soa Westcott Block. H. H.MEERHOFF SANITARY PLUMBING Steam and Hot Water Heating SEWERAGE, ETC See us for Estimates. Phone 4. H Ninth BICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. H 1 H VKa is healthful h-ur food, nw MADE! rz' tnj ft U IT ud siops faU-B and breakup aTM llM(t., hvr Is nut a dvc ana HEALTH.! WIU IHt tf'SCOiO. I lic staip. hands 1 ttac caoxxK be detected I AP;K S. .BOTTLES AT DKll. arn-'J-a HAnr inn aur-.w All Who I'se Atomizers in treating nasal catarrh will get the best result from Ely's Liquid Cream Balm. Price, including spraying tube, 75cts. Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren St., N. Y. New Orleans, Sept. 1, 1900. Messrs. Ely Bros.: Isold two bot tles of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer, Wm. Lamberton, 1415 Delacbaise street, New Orleans; he has used the two bottles, giving him wonderful and most satisfactory re sults. Geo. W. McDcff, Pharmacist. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup seems especially adapted to the needs of the children. Pleasant to take; soothing in its influeoce; it is the remedy of all remedies for every form of throat and lung disease. CHARLESTON EXPOSITION Excursion Tickets Now on Sale via Pennsylvania Lines. Low fares to Charleston, South Carolina, for the Interstate and West Indian Exposition are offered via Pennsylvania Lines. Two forms of excursion tickets, season and fifteen day, may be obtained at special rates. For information about fares and trains consult C. W. Elmer, Ticket Agent, Richmond, Ind Rheumatism Cured In 24 Hours. T. J. Blackmore, of Ilaller & Black more, Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A short time since I procured a bottle of Mystic Cure. It got me out of the house in z4 hours. J toot to my bed with rheumatism nine months ago and the Mystic Cure is the only medicine that did me any good. I had five of the best physiciads in the city, but I received very little relief from them. I know the Mystic Cure to be what it is represented and I take pleasure in recommending it to other poor sufferers. bold by A. G. Luken & Co., druggists, Rich mond, Ind. If a dealer asks you to take some thing said to be "just as good as Rocky Mountain Tea made bv Madi son Medicine Co.," ask him if he makes more money. Ask your drug gist. Says He Was Tortured. "I suffered such pain from corns a could hardly walk, writes H. Rob inson, Hillsborough, 111., "but Buck len's Arnica Salve completely cured them. Acts like magic on sprains, bruises, cuts, sores, scalds, burns, boils, ulcers. Perfect healer of skin diseases and piles. Cure guaranteed by A. (jr. Luken & Co., druggists 25c. If day could be night and night could be day, if smiles could be tears and tears could be smiles, something might do you as much good as Rocky Mountain lea. Ask your druggist. HOLIDAY KATES Via the Cincinnati, Rich mond & Muncie Kail road. For the accommodation of persons wishing to make Holiday trips the C. R. & M. railroad has made a re duced rate of fare and one-third for the round trip to all points on their line, belling dates December 24th, 25th, and 31st, 1901, and January 1st. 1902. Tickets good returning Janu ary 2nd, 1902. For further information address Charles A. Blaie. City Ticket Agent Richmond, Ind. HOLIDAY TRIPS At Reduced Fares via Penn sylvania Lines. Excursion tickets will be sold Dec 24th, 25th and 31st, 1901. and Jan 1st, 1902, via Pennsylvania Lines account Christmas and New Years Holidays. Riito for uliiits w;n be less than 30 cents, nor less than is cents ior children. Tickets will be good returning until Jan. 2d, 1902, inclusive. For details about fares, time of trains, etc., call on or address .O. V . LLM EE, Ticket Agent, f Richmond. Ind THURSDAY, DECEMBER PRESENT RELIEF Temporary Revenue For the Philippines Is Provided By Congress. DEFINITE IX ACTION An Arrangement Provided Whereby the Immediate Needs of the Islands May Be Accommodated. With a Few Notable Exceptions the Vote On the Bill Was a Strict Party Tote. Washington. Dec 19. Temporary provision was made yesterday in the house for securing revenues for the Philippine Islands. The bill passed the house by a vote of 163 to 128. Five Republicans, Messrs. McCan of Massa chusetts. Littlefield of Maine. Heat wole. Eddy and Stevens of Minnesota, voted with the Democrats against the bill, and three Democrats. Messrs. Robertson. Davey and Broussard of Louisiana voted with the Republicans for it. Mr. Meyer, a Democrat of Lou isiana, was paired in favor of the bill with Mr. Foster, an Illinois Democrat. Mr. Warner of Illinois, who voted against the Porto Riean bill last con gress, voted for the Philippine meas ure yesterday. Mr. Crumpaofcer of Indiana, who also voted against the Porto Rican bill, was absent. In the course of the debate the Dem ocrats were several times taunted with their failure to present an alternative proposition for the pending measure, but just before the vote was taken on the passage of the bill the attitude of the minority was defined in a motion to recommit, offered by Mr. Richard eon, the minority leader. It instructed the ways and means committee to re port the bill back amended so as to reduce the customs and internal reve nue laws of the United States to a revenue basis and to extend them to the Philippines until the latter with the aid of the United States should be able to set up a stable. Independent government. This proposition did not command a Republican vote, and the three Louisiana Democrats mentioned above voted against it. The bill passed yesterday Imposes the Dingley rates on goods entering the United States from the Philippines, and the rates established by the Philippine com mission on goods entering the Philip pines from the United States. It also provides for the collection of tonnage taxes on vessels plying between the United States and the Philippines, and that foreign vessels may ply between these ports until Jan. 1. 1905. The duties and taxes collected by the pro visions of the bill shall go into the Philippine treasury, to be expended for the use and benefit of the Islands, Arch Project Not Abandoned. Washington, Dec. 19. At a meeting of the executive committee of the Wil liam McKinley National Memorial Arch association the preliminary steps were taken for carrying out the object of the organization through congressional assistance. A bill will be prepared for the creation of a com' mission to select a site and secure de signs for the memorial, the question of cost to be left for future considers tion. A joint petition to congress in behalf of the project will be drafted to be signed by the officers and mem bers of the arch association and the McKinley Memorial association of Ohio. For Industrial School. Washington, Dec. 19. Among the bills introduced in the senate yester day were two by Senator Nelson pro viding for industrial schools. The first of these authorizes the appropriation of money for the establishment of schools for the industrial education of the youth of the country in every coun ty of over 5,000 population in each state of the Union. The second pro rides a system of education for the territories, including the recently ac quired islands. A Widow's Plea. Memphis, Tenn.. Dec. 19. The wid ow of the late Cerro Gordo Hooks appeared in the criminal court yester day afternoon and entered a plea of not guilty to the indictment charging her with the killing of her husband by the use of poison. The courtroom was filled with spectators. Mrs. Hooks, in deep mourning and heavily reiled. entered the room with several friends, including the Rev. Dr. Neel and her attorneys. Idaho Cnild Murderer. Salt Lake, Utah. Dec 19. Whll suffering from an attack of violent in sanity Dexter Knight, a ranchman liv ing near Bryan. Idaho, killed his 5-year-old boy and severely injured two of his other children. Knight killed his son by dashing the baby's cradle on him. Children Cansht in Flames. Canon City. Col.. Dec. 19. Twi daughters of Mrs. James E. Ewlng. and 4 years of age. were burned tc death in a fire that destroyed the house occupied by Mrs. Ewing and her six children. Another of the children was so badly burned that she may die Prepartii-r to Brejk Ornitad. St. Louis. Dec. 19. Details of the program for the ceremony of ground breaking at the world's fair site tomor row were finally completed yestrd- tr the comuattee on cercEionie3. 19, 1901. Int blG r AIRS. If PuCsto i a iii- io-r. what chance has St. Uimv lf - w York city is within rtai'ti of a jcrvat many mon than ilt- Missouri ciljr. Utk-a, lr The ;t;i-'tT hili!iiuu came out with a fion of 4M. while llif Pao-.nj-t-! a:t Kl Kt.iaKi.UiU Tl- can ny Sctit iaW- tiis ii-aurf wiiu an eye to muiifj uuikiu tilL Ntw York Press. The Ixmisiana Iurt-tia exposition Of lyu3 coiimuii'ls the attutioo of the world bf:ms- of ibe certainty that it ill bt tli urvalewl worlds fair yet held, ampl.v marking tb progrvsa or the world at tlie dawn of a new age. St. Louis lit public. PULPIT AND PEW. New York citv lias thirty Japanese Methodists, according to The Christian City. The Rev. David Bruner has retired from the ministry of the Baptist church at Hurciu Ky at me age or ninety-bree after a service of three- quarters of a century. Tta Rpt. Dr. Joseph DombrowskI la the rector of the only Polish theological seminary in America, located at De troit. He was born In Warsaw, studied t the university of that city and took part In the revolution of ISfEi. It Certainly Doe. It may aetm paradoxical, : But it really beats the band Bow debt i. wltrn contracted, Are quite likely to expand. Chicago News. The Obvious Rraaon. "Ardup says he's just got to raise the wind. What's the occasion?" I thiuk lie wants to blow himself.' Chicago Tribune. A Capitulation. We Llame I lie rcnkiant kicker And liiilr liitn wuli a will. And yet the world oft Rie him Hit wish to keep him Mill. asuington Star. Wl.nl la Meant. "They say they are selling out at cost." "Yes-at ilie cost to the purchaser." Chicago I'o He ' It. Til ivarry whom I ilt'e!" eaid ahe. And to'-st-d Wr litil' In ad. "Hurrah! V.tire nun,-! Kor ceriainly You do pleaae me!" in- isiid. PKi'adtdpliia "" . Reidston Dairy. Reidston Dairy is now delivering milk to its customers mornintj and evening, it being impossible to reach its patrons by morning de livery. We are determined to ac commodate our customers and fur nish them tbe best article of pure milk and cream morniDg or evening as they prefer. All societies giving dinners and suppers where the proceeds are de- voteu to charitable purposes will be furnished mil'' free of charge by making application. Reidston milk has no water to in crease the bulk, to enable us to sell cheap. We deliyer it in its natural puritv. Home telephones, number 1349- 361-139 SK)4 r. novzzadut A lazy liver makes a lazy man. Burdock Blood Bitters is the natural, never failing remedy for a lazy liver, A IVoman'8 Awful Peril. "There is only one chance to save vour life and that is through an operation" were the startling words heard by Mrs. I. B. Hunt of Lime Ridee. Wis., from her doctor after he bad vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and vellow jaundice. Gall stones had formed and she constantly grew worse. Tben she began to use Lleo trie Bitters which wholly cured her. It's a wonderful stomach, liver and kidney remedy. Cures dyspepsia. loss of appetite. Try it. Only 50 cents. Guaranteed. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., druggists. Reduced Rates to Cincin nati via C. R. & M. On account of the grand opera to to be held in Cincinnati December 16th to 19th the C. R. & M. has made a reduced rate of fare and one-third for the round trip. Selling dates December 16, 17, 18 and 19. Tickets good returning December 20. C A. Blair, City Ticket Agent. . Phone 44. "Itching hemorrhoids were plaffue of my life. Was almost 1 the rild. Doan'fc Ointment cured me quickly and permanently, after doctors had failed." C. i Corn well, Valley street, Saugerties, N. Y. Saw Deatti Near. "It often made my heart ache," writes L. C. Overstreet of Elgin, Tenn., "to hear my wife cough until it seemed weak and sore lungs would collap se. Good doctors said she was so far gone with consumytion that no medicine or earthly help could save her, but a friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery and presis tnt use of this excellent medicine Saved her life." It's absolutely guar anteed for coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma and all throat and lung di seases. 50c and $1 at A. G. Luken & Co. Trial bottle free. Ordinary household accidents hare do terrors when there's a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in the ! medicine chest. Heals burns, cuts. j truises, sprains. Instant relief, ThoCLTOthci Cures ' Coughs, Colds, Grippe, Whooplngr Cough. Asthma. Bronchitis and Incipient Consumption, Is no's The GERMAN REMEDY Cum tattat mi Vutuv &um. Nasal CATARRH In all Its staff thw should Ik deauuaeea. E1ti Cream Balm dens, soothes and bel the diseased men. 4-stne. It cares catarrh and drfves away cold in the head Cream Blaa is placed Into the nostrils, l orer the membrane aud la absorbed. Belief is ism. mediate an t a cure follows. It Is not drying Sass not produce sneezing. Large Sixe, SO eenta St 1 giita or by mail; Trial Siee, 10 cents ny man. KLT BFOTHKRS. 6 barren Street. Sew Ts ELECTRIC PILLS Benefit is Immediate and Permanent Restores the Power intended all men should have) tf it has boen wasted and destroyed by Excesses Abuse, indiscretion of Youth or Overwoik: does away with that Tire1. Weary, Resiles and Me'a choly Feeling, Nervous and Sleepless Nights, W. , Bark and Lack of Ambition. Makes you itnek freshed, young attain, an J lite worth living Cwiptettly rebuilds lite Nervous Sysieut. One ImiS ia auihctent to cure most cases, c-nA enough to prove its worth to in m.st severe. .1 oo per bi. or full (ruarantced cove of t boxes for Sj.oo. Yta take no chances, a we guarantee 6 boxes to curs in 30 days or refund your tr.oney, which is proor that we must cure the majority -f our patrons, by mail, in plain wrappei. on receipt j pt ioe. ELECTRIC PILL CuFAfJ S Wiar Jackson Stmlct. chicaco ILU A. O. Luken A Co., G30 Main St. Charles Li. Magaw, 201 Ft. Wayne Ave. The eeley "be KIej Rfmeilln hare ikw teen in t-.nsitnt um tr tl mm. In tht time mr than 00, o' men and wmen Lave ! tired ty chm. We are til in tttinutt and tlie anm im -onstantiy tnriataiir. vvoawi ttcw t.Mmrw be true If we tor- tire ur ir tMt irntn. injure! or falle! ts st tltcrn. Indianapolis offici. Plainflel Inti- .J l.neierIal t Uld r'UaillilC J, IIIU- Don't Be Fool edi Take the gen Jint, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison Meal, cine Co.. Madison, WU H keep yoa well. Our trade mark cut on each package. Price. 33 cents. Never soM la bulk. Accept no siihsO. seetT. .... tute. Ask yowr drusraiat. fUM CMICMESTIN- INCUSH Pen riY royal pills II -v OHalaaJ mm O.It Baaafcaa. rK rBi. a aaiai, w u CH1CHKSTEKS KNOi la StEB US 4114 aMfallt. lot wltfe biMnbM. TakMtet Dnnnu SakrihaltaH mm StM. Suj f yomf lntcslM. w ummm 4 la mmmrm Mr rsrSram, TeaSlaaeaSUh mm KaMaf mr Imalmm, tm ww, t wm. im Hau. 1 e.eoe tw ,.i.h a ttDniitm. Tlf-kiitir "S nwlaal ft. an, raiLs. rs, S.K. MORGAN TELEPHONE'. 71I. Employment, Real Estate. Information, Abstractor. Insurance, and Notary Work ... A place to buy hexce at yev ftj mi O. B. MORGAN. Practical Plumber and Caa Fitter, ttfc and N. B St.. Richmond. Ind. ED. F. DALBEY 49 X. EIGHTH ST. Photographer OLT-OK-OOORrWORK A SPECIALTY LAXDSCAPS GBOUPS picxics pabtizsi GATHERINGS Food Changed to Poison. Putref yi eg focfi in the intestines produces effects like those of arsenic, but Dr. King's New Life Pills expel the poisons rom clogged bowels, gently, easily but surely, curing con stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fevers, all -liver, kidney and bowel troubles. Only 25c at A. G. Luken & Co.'s, druggists. y3r-vr CSSSssw'' 1 a- I .' - I i i - ! - '